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Shaper
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One of my greater frustrations about this place is that so many people change their name regularly or unexpectedly, that frequently I have no idea who the hell I'm talking to. I think Alorael, Salmon, and Marlenny are the only ones I can always recognize at a glance despite the mutations.

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Fantastical Thoughts On RPG Game Mechanics in Avernum 4
Shaper
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Profile #56
Umm. No. And did you word it that discouragingly on purpose? I'm not having much fun with this dialog. I just wanted to explore some ideas. I titled the thread "Fantastical Thoughts" — not what is likely to happen, be possible, or desirable by anyone who actually makes games. This is my fantasy. Maybe I do want the complexity of a deeper story with more complex characters and realities/options of real life...but I want them in the interface of an RPG like a SW game.

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Fantastical Thoughts On RPG Game Mechanics in Avernum 4
Shaper
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Profile #54
I don't think I'm being understood. If you choose wisely, use your head and make appropriate provisions for situations, you are likely to be successful. The game I describe is more about thinking and pre-planning many situations instead of just blundering around and killing most of what you come across. I wouldn't want to play a game in which I felt like despite doing the smartest things I could to survive, that I was likely to die just on some random factor. I'm talking about taking a lot more randomness out of games, not adding it in.

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Left or Right? in General
Shaper
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Profile #41
By covering up the body of the dancer, and watching the shadow, as some suggested, and intending to see her going counterclockwise, I have finally been able to see her in reverse. Initially, she would readily flip back to going clockwise again, as if my brain really wanted to see her going that way. With a few more efforts, I had a hard time seeing her clockwise. But if I start it up fresh, I always see clockwise first. A very odd experiment. I'm guessing that the state of the mind, fatigue, what kind of state of mind you are in at the time, may all factor in to how likely or able we are to see one direction or the other.

While reductionist and simplistic models of left/right brain differentiation or whatever are typically grossly underrepresentative of the reality of something as versatile and complex as our brains, there is still something very curious being indicated by this illusion test. I do match the qualities of the so-called "right brain" model as far as my dominant/prefered mode of mental activity goes overall. And I see the woman going clockwise every time I first look (so far.) This may have no direct correlation at all. But it is still somewhere between intriguing and mesmeric.

I also will agree with Thuryl and others that to split people into two such simplified categories is unjustified (and insulting, really), yet examining personality typing is of much fascination to me. I don't think we have good models of explanation for mental functioning/personality typings. I do think we have some fairly good descriptors and categories for what we observe.

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The Sky Is Falling...? in General
Shaper
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I will consider this disruption by the climate gods to be a mercy killing, but I see I missed some further drama and twists in the meantime. I only had saved page 11 out of the missing 9-12 on my computer. UBB really is a treacherous beast on longer threads that have a gap of time in them later on, it would appear. I won't do that again. My apologies.

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P.S. Does anyone have saved webpages for the original page 8, 9, 10, and 12?

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Shaper
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People are full of surprises. That is one of my top five sayings at this point in my life.

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Thoughts on Custom Titles. in General
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Profile #107
I can only think of one mod fiendishly clever and sinister enough to exploit this loophole.

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Profile #286
Did UBB eat the tail of this thread? Anything past page 8 appears to be gone. If so, it was meant to be.

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Left or Right? in General
Shaper
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Profile #35
I like that the more we discover, we realize how versatile, flexible, and adaptible the brain seems to be, even in the face of damage or loss. Recent evidence indicates that neural regrowth/reconnection after damage can occur to a greater degree than we previously believed. It is also demonstrable that, like other aspects of our capacities, "use it or lose it" applies to our brains. Your brain benefits from your use of it/pushing it/challenging it/stimulating it throughout your entire life. One of the best things we can do for our brains is continue to give them something new to learn and wrestle with. Read a book. Learn a new sport. Take a class. Think new thoughts. Your brain will reward you.

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Shaper
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Profile #6
I have made peace with the seasons, and relish the neverending cycles of life, death, and rebirth. If we dare to consider them as types and shadows for a higher level of our existence, we could see there is no ultimate death or end of things. Cold and dreary nights make it all the nicer to be inside warm homes with people I love, which is where I'd rather be than most places to begin with. Summer is all the sweeter for having to anticipate it time and again.

Paradise and perfection are initially wonderful, and then we are eager to experience the drama of cycles and winter anew again, so summer can be all the sweeter. This is a great secret about the nature of all things we are and do. Or it's just a way to look at seasons, which, as I say, I have grown to accept and embrace.

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Hero of old spell in Nethergate
Shaper
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Profile #16
Y'now, we beta-testers really should stop pointing these things out to Jeff, ya think? ;)

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The Sky Is Falling...? in General
Shaper
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Profile #284
Zeviz, It doesn't matter to me one bit who pays me any attention or not. Nor is it even "important." This thread is not "important." This forum is not "important." I engage the dialog I choose and controversy, because I enjoy talking about such things, and gauging the perceptions of others on various things. It's not "serious" business, and it's not "important." I say what I mean, and I try not to play games, but I don't take myself or anyone else here "seriously." I made my Hitler comment with absolute sincerity. Any person here could have been a tyrant, a killer, a pimp, a prostitute under the necessary circumstances. Don't fool yourself to think you are inherently incapable.

Derisive attitudes towards those we consider stupider or less worthy or inferior to ourselves is the exact same energy that at extreme fuels genocides. You find this statement controversial? I stand by my statement. I'm not saying Kel is like Hitler. I'm saying I found his attitude towards the "idiots" of the world disturbing. Quality is more significant to me than quantity. Attitude is quality. How far we run with it is the quantity. I do take issue when I witness conceit toward the underdogs of the world, so yeah, I feel some outrage when I see it. It's definitely one of my buttons, and I'm not apologizing for it for one second. Kel's a fine, and reasonable man overall, but it pissed me off to see that attitude expressed.

Based on your opinion of my dialoging style, am I right in assuming that I can expect to not see you posting in response to my posts in the future? Not that it is at all "important" either way.

Diki - Global warming is real. That was never the debate. A lot of the earlier content of this thread was focusing on alternate explanations for what is actually causing it. ADDIT: This thread is about global warming, not environmentalism. My interest here is limited to that topic, though I am concerned about the way humanity is pooping in its own nest to the degree it will soon be unfit to inhabit.

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The Sky Is Falling...? in General
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Alorael: Hmm, just how many people is everyone? Are you their spokesman? It is possible to be any number of things at once. My amusement in this context is wry amusement mixed with disgust and a half dozen other things. I freely shift from any one to another in the moment. I think people online often tend to paint others in broad strokes, and miss a lot of variation or nuance once they get a picture of you in their head, having never met you. Meanwhile, In the biggest context, I am not worried at all about what Al Gore or anyone is doing, nor afraid for us or the planet (even if we do virtually blot ourselves off it,) but that's one of those paradoxes that doesn't bear elaboration here.

Dikiyoba: Okay. Nicely communicated. I am very much onboard with the idea that we are on the brink of ruining our environment and truly need to make dramatic changes to give ourselves a future, at the cost of much personal sacrifice if need be. I am not convinced that changing our climate is one of those things we have much to do with, or the most concerning thing happening to this planet, but we might end up focusing on it to the near exclusion and bankruptcy of more immediately pressing matters.

Kel: Whatever. The usual disconnect. Indoctrinating children is one of the easiest and most prevalent things done on the planet. Do you imagine you, or virtually anyone, is excluded from these processes? It's what we do.

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Fantastical Thoughts On RPG Game Mechanics in Avernum 4
Shaper
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Profile #41
Oh come now, if you think there's "no way" then it's just for a lack of imagination. It's not as simple or universal in application. It would be quite a challenge to design well. Let me take a random crack at some of your situations here:

• Fighting ogres: running into a pack of ogres would be likely fatal normally, unless you had access to some kind of dazing/freezing magic. You do have skills that tend to keep you from wandering into packs of enemies though, so you are usually making the choice to do so. For larger packs of formidable foes, you might have to use stealth to lure individuals out or to make assassinations (assuming you had someone skilled enough. The game could tell you your odds of success in some fashion.) I like the idea of the PC talking to the group: "I really think I can do this!" "I don't think I can handle this yet." "I think I might be able to do this." Etc. I like the human element better than looking at some mathematical prediction for an outcome.

If you failed an assassination, you could be 1) killed, 2) injured and require healing/resting, 3) discovered and, if you are quick enough relative to the ogres, you might escape unharmed, 4) you have led angry ogres back to the rest of your party and you probably had better run. Other skills could figure in to your ability to confuse, slow, evade, and hide from such critters.

Or you could just hammer it out if you are playing the typical rpg with a bunch of hit points on each side with predictable and boring results.

• Dealing with magic. Personally, I'd craft a world in which magic is much rarer, harder to learn, only usable more occasionally as it depletes the caster. Magic would be more exciting if it were more dangerous and rare when you encounter or use it, but at a higher price all around.

Evading magic attacks or having enough armor to protect you against things would be figured into how likely you are to survive magic. Acid would destroy your armor...at the least, on the first hit, or some percentage of it. More than 2-3 hits and you have no armor left. That's expensive. You will be motivated to avoid acid like the plague, which you should. Getting hit with acid once your armor is toast is, for all practical purposes, fatal, beyond minor dosage. I don't like acid attack as magic though. I'd make it an expensive and rare lobbed potion or a fired projectile. Acid is not easy to come by in the ancient world.

Some elemental magic as offenses seems more organic to a world where magic might actually exist. You summon fire or ice or water or earth from the environment around you, or perhaps an elemental to fight for you for a time, but only as long as your essence can support it. Magic fatigue would mean that after it drains out, your elemental crumples. Using magic should be very draining though. Very powerful, but shorter-lived.

In order to face fantastical enemies of great ability or strength, you'd better have a strategy on hand to outwit its advantages...either with magic to hamper it, stealth, assassination, poisoning to weaken it, sending some purchased or acquired critters (say trained wolves) in first to soften it up, luring it into a trap where you can use the terrain to your advantage. A thief/rogue PC should be able to set traps to lure foes into. If you have a strong rogue, you could do some real damage, or fatal damage to something with nothing else, potentially. But everything has a cost of some kind, monetary or energetic, and you have limited resources, so choose carefully.

A game would give you clues and cues about how you might take on enemies of certain kinds. Just running in and fighting whatever you find anywhere you go without being versed in what you are facing would mean almost certain doom.

This all seems more realistic, varied, and quite doable, if you are willing to create a game with these kinds of dynamics built in.

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P.S. I like the idea of having/recruiting numerous PCs to your party. You'd only take the ones out relevant to your goal or mission at the time though. You couldn't afford to wander around with all ten of them all the time, and some would be too vulnerable to the situation at hand. How much fun would it be to even hire that mage in the city to go on a mission with you, so you can beat a nasty boss and get its awesome treasure or weapon earlier than you normally would. It's gonna cost you though, but it might be worth it.

Stash your rogue at the inn when you are going on a whack-fest. Bring your rogue and elf or whatever is sneaky, fast, and quiet, to scout out your enemies' camp. Send a spy into a potentially unfriendly town. You are limited only by your reputation and means to hire/induct people to your cause.

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Shaper
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Profile #31
Perhaps both are true. ;)

Or at least, I was going to say that, because it's hard to resist, but I am filled mostly with feelings of fondness for Oregon.

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The Sky Is Falling...? in General
Shaper
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I'd suggest that if you see that the tone of my words overall is complaint, then that is your own projection. I'm pointing out an irony, curiosity, or hypocrisy as I observe it in the world around me. Perhaps I am more amused than anything else by all this. How do you know? Projection is rampant in the online world where we are reduced to typed words.

Six weeks inert is not long-dead, and what I posted was directly relevant to this thread. Long dead to me, is TM keeping a thread around for years to congratulate himself on his latest name change for himself.

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Left or Right? in General
Shaper
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Profile #29
Whatever it's actually gauging, it's a fascinating experiment.

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The Sky Is Falling...? in General
Shaper
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Profile #273
quote:
Originally written by Kelandon:

Eh, chalk the uncharitable sentiment up to general irritation, but you haven't actually addressed the point: People didn't start moving en masse away from the coasts solely on Al Gore's say-so. In fact, probably no one did.
America’s a big place. Don’t be so sure some have not or will not soon. But let’s say you are right, and no one has. How many people now live in dread about the doomed future of their once celebrated home by the ocean they hoped to pass of to future generations, or has been a family homestead for generations? Whether they have yet left or not isn’t the only unfortunate shift that can come from believing a mistruth. Ruining aspects of the quality of life for people needlessly is pretty high up on my list of selfish, foolish, and obnoxious things a person in a position to influence over others can inflict. I spent my whole childhood in a degree of dread about the end of the world soon to come based on stuff in the Revelation, thanks to the foolish beliefs of those around me, as I was growing up. What a waste. Those who indoctrinate us in any way have tremendous power to shape our life experience and the quality of our lives until we learn that no one else can hand us our truth about anything ultimately.

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Hitler had his minions develop policies to deal with idiots in their world, but I can't say I like the results.
And now you've proven that this discussion cannot be taken seriously.

Who said this discussion should be taken seriously? Serious is tedious, tra la la. It’s just a discussion with nothing more at stake than anyone chooses to put there — perhaps ego, let’s say. I think we take discussions too seriously overall, as if their outcome determined our value or validity. There is nothing on the line here, as far as I am concerned. It’s all an experiment: life, exploring our truths, deciding what we are going to believe and value...and why. I enjoy the process of processing, and there is an inherent absurdity to almost any discussion, because, for starters, it is forced to be held through words, which are shadows and imitators of realities at best, frequently leading to miscommunication and misunderstanding, as much as to clarify anything.

But I did have a serious point made in a seemingly absurd context. Attitudes towards any we consider inferior to ourselves are the seeds that ultimately entertain and justify genocide and “mercy killing” in the world.

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Shaper
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Profile #269
quote:
Originally written by Kelandon:

There has not been a mass exodus away from the coasts. Your concern is hilarious, not least because anyone who performed the actions that you describe would be an idiot anyway and not worth your concern.
I cannot agree. Every human being on this planet, whether you deem them an idiot or otherwise, is my concern. It would be a shame if even just one person believed and was misguided by some of Al Gore's "science," based on the perception of favorable reception and credibility his film has received.

Also, by "the press," you presumably mean a particularly small segment of the left-wing press.

I'm talking about all the various, random press I have noticed in the last year without frequenting or looking at or for anything in particular. I am talking about secondhand feedback I get from hearing various random people around and their attitude toward the movie and its "truth." A particularly small segment of the left-wing press does not have this common affect upon general media as a whole and upon public perception, that I am observing. I have seen nothing critical of Gore's work, short of Fox news, which would be a given by default to some degree, and what you would describe as "small segment." As if might makes right, and popular opinion, even in science, implies truth.

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Where do you suppose the critical voices were from knowledgable scientists in the field who were trying to say, "Ummm, no, that is not correct!" Drowned out...as usual.
Drowned out by what?

The usual noise of popular opinion and popular media, which has a life and weight of its own. I suggest that this is what the voting public consumes largely to form their opinions. Do you imagine otherwise, that the average person is a college student immersed in science, or a scientist, or one who has the means to even ascertain the truth of others in such fields? Again, it all comes down to belief, intution, and whom you choose to cast your lot with as reliable. You have lived most of your life so far in an academic setting, but most of life is not lived in such a setting or awareness for most people. Our schools are designed to teach so-called "facts", to teach us what to believe, not how to think and question for ourselves, and to find our own answers. By definition, this is agenda. Vested interests want us to believe their view on all kinds of things about life, beginning with our parents.

Where did "public policies" come into this?

They are coming, and Al Gore's film will have played a part. Whether you see this as a non-sequitor or not at the moment will be irrelevant. Everything plays a part in something, and nothing occurs in a vacuum.

You lack substance.

Thank you. This goes along comfortably enough with your generous attitude toward the idiots in the world. Please, as a scientist of whatever sort you become, do not do anything that will affect the welfare or the policies that will affect the welfare of humanity, and especially that of the idiots. Hitler had his minions develop policies to deal with idiots in their world, but I can't say I like the results.

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Left or Right? in General
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Sounds like the left<-->right switch in your brain just broke. Sorry 'bout that.

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Shaper
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I'll never think of Kelandon the same way again.

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Shaper
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You misunderstand my interest in making a point of this. I'm concerned about the unknown number of people who sadly probably already sold and moved away from their perfectly good home near the ocean in the last year, because they saw, and took to heart as gospel truth "An Inconvenient Truth" which has been receiving virtually only worship by the press. Where do you suppose the critical voices were from knowledgable scientists in the field who were trying to say, "Ummm, no, that is not correct!" Drowned out...as usual. Public policies get made over hype, noise, and hysteria more than science. I feel bad for people who fear needlessly and are convinced to do something unfortunate and unnecessary based on these things.

Those who suffered needless fear and hysteria over Y2K were recent, similar victims. I'm observing how easy it is to create an inertial mass over issues which has a life wholly apart from any actual reality.

It may be recalled that I don't claim that the earth is not warming and that climate shift is not happening and coming. The cause and nature of its unfolding I continue to find quite debatable. When the masses and media for a year did not uncover what bogus science the claim that Kilimanjaro and drowned polar bears were demonstrably linked to global warming, or how the oceans rising is expected to occur over a millennium, not in the next few decades...well...that should show us how the snowball works. And for every example that makes it to a high court or other authority to actually force us to take notice, you can be sure there are numerous others that slip through for much longer.

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A5 world in Avernum 4
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Jeff is very eager to get this game out the door. Rest assured that it will do so at the soonest possible moment, and that moment should not be very far off. Though I could mean on a geologic time scale.

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Nope, not politics. A left-brain/right-brain test.

Which way round?

Warning: if the silhouette of an unclad female dancer is something you'd rather not have to look at to take this test, well, then, you're out of luck, I guess. Hey, I didn't make the test, and a woman gave me the link. Anyway, Iffy, you have been warned. :D

I seem to be unable to picture the woman rotating counter-clockwise. She's clockwise and I'm right-brained. Big surprise there, huh? What do you test as? Can you picture both directions?

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Some of those statements had significant power to affect the lives of masses who take in propaganda, I mean, movies without much filtering. Claiming the seas are in imminent danger of rising and flooding coastal cities of the world, when in reality, it would take much longer than Gore claimed, is fear-mongering used for political leverage in manipulating the gullible masses. This is not insignificant.

We sure are forgiving when we like what the sloppy scientist/offender has to say overall, aren't we? Another point is that when you see someone supposedly credible using bad science to make his political points, don't you begin to find anything he says and his integrity (or hs sources at the least) possibly suspect? How do you decide how much to trust him or his intentions?

You guys would be savagely all over any one of those points if someone like me had made them in support of an argument you disagreed with. I think you are demonstrating hypocrisy. Color me wholly unimpressed.

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