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Aha ha ha! in General
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Lol. Congrats.

Silliness being reciprocated.

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Reciprocation complete. ;)
Posts: 6 | Registered: Saturday, June 17 2006 07:00
What is better Shapers or Rebels? in Geneforge 4: Rebellion
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Member # 7233
Profile Homepage #171
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Yes and no. Yes to the fact that they would have better morale, but no to the fact that without the drakons, the rebellion is as powerful as the travokites.
Agreed, but at least they're not betraying their original beliefs. The rebellion was originally started to overcome the shapers. Now, with the drakons, it seems to me like their goal is changing.

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I feel that the Shapers are 'less evil' than the rebels.
You can't generalize like that, there is a difference between the drakon and the human rebellion, heres a example

Human efforts: Illya safehouse
Drakon efforts: Unbound
True, but the ones who are currently running the rebellion do not seem to be the humans, but the drakons. Therefore, it seems rather wrong to refer to the rebellion as different groups when it is actually the drakons controlling the actions of the human rebels.

~Mel

[ Saturday, March 29, 2008 03:03: Message edited by: Melvin ]
Posts: 6 | Registered: Saturday, June 17 2006 07:00
What is better Shapers or Rebels? in Geneforge 4: Rebellion
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Profile Homepage #169
I didn't read every page from start to end, but I'll just put forward my views.

I feel that the Shapers are 'less evil' than the rebels. I agree with how the rebel system works, The drakons, however, seems to have gone past the point of just rebelling. In the process, they have used many canisters, causing them to become rather heartless. IMHO, the rebellion would be better off without them

Killing tons of shapers just isn't my cup of tea, I guess, but killing tons of innocent people is even worse.

~Mel

[ Wednesday, March 26, 2008 02:55: Message edited by: Melvin ]
Posts: 6 | Registered: Saturday, June 17 2006 07:00
Use A Debate Tactic Against Itself in General
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Member # 7233
Profile Homepage #8
I completely agree with Ego Ergo Sum and that this topic has completely NOTHING to do with spiderweb software or its games, and who is talking about hliterism? Anyone going to bet how long it takes for this topic to get locked? I could easily say the odds are 1:1.

(Insert Heavy Scarcsm Here)

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Posts: 6 | Registered: Saturday, June 17 2006 07:00
First post - Request for Recommendation in General
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Member # 7233
Profile Homepage #23
Hi! (This is my first post)

Well, here's another vote for "Download all the demos and try the one which you like best..."

But, I'll give you my opnion,

I still think that Geneforge 2 and Geneforge 3 has the most replay value, although you may want to try out the other series. I would also recommend that you would try out the demos in the order (e.g. Geneforge 1, 2 and so on).

I also know that this sounds like a summary of the above, but it is still a review after all :)

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No news is good news :)
Posts: 6 | Registered: Saturday, June 17 2006 07:00