Profile for turn it down


Recent posts

AuthorRecent posts
Which side do you agree with (not which side did you choose) in Geneforge Series
Apprentice
Member # 5237
Profile #35
'it is better to die standing than to live on your knees' -Che Guevara

--------------------
weezey one love
Posts: 10 | Registered: Saturday, November 27 2004 08:00
Which side do you agree with (not which side did you choose) in Geneforge
Apprentice
Member # 5237
Profile #35
'it is better to die standing than to live on your knees' -Che Guevara

--------------------
weezey one love
Posts: 10 | Registered: Saturday, November 27 2004 08:00
ancient crypt in Geneforge Series
Apprentice
Member # 5237
Profile #3
oh right. im retarded. i never even tried to diffuse the crystals.

d'oh.

--------------------
weezey one love
Posts: 10 | Registered: Saturday, November 27 2004 08:00
ancient crypt in Geneforge
Apprentice
Member # 5237
Profile #3
oh right. im retarded. i never even tried to diffuse the crystals.

d'oh.

--------------------
weezey one love
Posts: 10 | Registered: Saturday, November 27 2004 08:00
Crecent Stone Bearing Creatures in Geneforge Series
Apprentice
Member # 5237
Profile #2
quote:
Originally written by Capt. Jim:

I've searched the two levels that are supposed to have them.

Capt. jim

i dont mean to dredge up a buried post, but which levels are these?

--------------------
weezey one love
Posts: 10 | Registered: Saturday, November 27 2004 08:00
Crecent Stone Bearing Creatures in Geneforge
Apprentice
Member # 5237
Profile #2
quote:
Originally written by Capt. Jim:

I've searched the two levels that are supposed to have them.

Capt. jim

i dont mean to dredge up a buried post, but which levels are these?

--------------------
weezey one love
Posts: 10 | Registered: Saturday, November 27 2004 08:00
ancient crypt in Geneforge Series
Apprentice
Member # 5237
Profile #0
i am completely lost here. how can i navigate through the ancient crypt? none of the spore rods seem to effect the mines, and they are too powerfull just to walk through.
Posts: 10 | Registered: Saturday, November 27 2004 08:00
ancient crypt in Geneforge
Apprentice
Member # 5237
Profile #0
i am completely lost here. how can i navigate through the ancient crypt? none of the spore rods seem to effect the mines, and they are too powerfull just to walk through.
Posts: 10 | Registered: Saturday, November 27 2004 08:00
Naming Creations in Geneforge Series
Apprentice
Member # 5237
Profile #69
ya see thats what im talking about. (this is so not worth debating)

--------------------
weezey one love
Posts: 10 | Registered: Saturday, November 27 2004 08:00
Naming Creations in Geneforge
Apprentice
Member # 5237
Profile #69
ya see thats what im talking about. (this is so not worth debating)

--------------------
weezey one love
Posts: 10 | Registered: Saturday, November 27 2004 08:00
Naming Creations in Geneforge Series
Apprentice
Member # 5237
Profile #67
ok while i love spiderweb software and i am actually addicted to geneforge, this is probably the dumbest forum possible to be arguing about stupid stuff like bringing up old posts. can we keep the 'noob'ing to the forums for angry people? theres no point power-tripping on a little forum like this one.

--------------------
weezey one love
Posts: 10 | Registered: Saturday, November 27 2004 08:00
Naming Creations in Geneforge
Apprentice
Member # 5237
Profile #67
ok while i love spiderweb software and i am actually addicted to geneforge, this is probably the dumbest forum possible to be arguing about stupid stuff like bringing up old posts. can we keep the 'noob'ing to the forums for angry people? theres no point power-tripping on a little forum like this one.

--------------------
weezey one love
Posts: 10 | Registered: Saturday, November 27 2004 08:00
Naming Creations in Geneforge Series
Apprentice
Member # 5237
Profile #56
i name all of my creations after irish clans or counties (using the celtic spellings). my standards:
-uibh faihili
-maigh eo
-cill cannaigh
-Hurleigh

--------------------
weezey one love
Posts: 10 | Registered: Saturday, November 27 2004 08:00
Naming Creations in Geneforge
Apprentice
Member # 5237
Profile #56
i name all of my creations after irish clans or counties (using the celtic spellings). my standards:
-uibh faihili
-maigh eo
-cill cannaigh
-Hurleigh

--------------------
weezey one love
Posts: 10 | Registered: Saturday, November 27 2004 08:00
geneforge full in Geneforge Series
Apprentice
Member # 5237
Profile #3
thanks yall.
i wanted to make sure that i wasnt wasting my money on something that i would get bored of, but now im really excited.
geneforge really impressed me, even in the demo, by how it managed to change my perspective on things i thought i knew.

--------------------
weezey one love
Posts: 10 | Registered: Saturday, November 27 2004 08:00
geneforge full in Geneforge
Apprentice
Member # 5237
Profile #3
thanks yall.
i wanted to make sure that i wasnt wasting my money on something that i would get bored of, but now im really excited.
geneforge really impressed me, even in the demo, by how it managed to change my perspective on things i thought i knew.

--------------------
weezey one love
Posts: 10 | Registered: Saturday, November 27 2004 08:00
Who lives where in General
Apprentice
Member # 5237
Profile #20
quote:
Originally written by ARRR-enax:

RaI: Berkeley is a place where angry liberals congregate and much drugs are done.

Oh, wait, I'm having a flashback to the 60's. Scratch the drugs and double the angry liberals.

actually, as someone who actually lives in berkeley, i have to disagree.
the drugs are doubled since the 60's and the angry liberals are pacified by the drugs. you should definitly try it.

--------------------
weezey one love
Posts: 10 | Registered: Saturday, November 27 2004 08:00
geneforge full in Geneforge Series
Apprentice
Member # 5237
Profile #0
so i downloaded the geneforge demo, loved it. its maybe the best story i have ever found in a computer game.
my question is to anyone not affiliated with spiderweb software (who wouldnt profit from this):
is it worth it to spend the 25$ for the full version? how much am i missing with just the demo?

--------------------
weezey one love
Posts: 10 | Registered: Saturday, November 27 2004 08:00
geneforge full in Geneforge
Apprentice
Member # 5237
Profile #0
so i downloaded the geneforge demo, loved it. its maybe the best story i have ever found in a computer game.
my question is to anyone not affiliated with spiderweb software (who wouldnt profit from this):
is it worth it to spend the 25$ for the full version? how much am i missing with just the demo?

--------------------
weezey one love
Posts: 10 | Registered: Saturday, November 27 2004 08:00