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Infiltrator
Member # 5566
Profile #0
I have a confession to make.
I have recently downloaded Galactic Core, and enjoyed it.... Enough that I am considering buying it!!
Should I seek help?
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Law Bringer
Member # 2984
Profile Homepage #1
No you do not. You have merely begun to appreciate the majesty of Our Lord Richard White and his Grand Plan for our Universe. Welcome, seeker, to our Order.

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Electric Sheep One
Member # 3431
Profile #2
The weaponized aerosol implant spores are working well so far.

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We're not doing cool. We're doing pretty.
Posts: 3335 | Registered: Thursday, September 4 2003 07:00
Infiltrator
Member # 5566
Profile #3
"starts crying patheticly"
"Why? No I wont do it I wo-"
.................Yes lord richard I will serve yes..... yes....yes...
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Shaper
Member # 7420
Profile Homepage #4
You should probably... kill yourself. Before it's too late.

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You lose.
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Law Bringer
Member # 335
Profile Homepage #5
If the implants have burrowed that far, it's already too late.

—Alorael, who can have the implant spores Mk II rolling off the assembly lines and into the atmosphere by next week if you notify him two days ago.
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Infiltrator
Member # 5566
Profile #6
So....... What should I be doing right now? is there a voodoo ritual? do I have to kill a chicken?

[ Tuesday, March 13, 2007 11:55: Message edited by: Hawk King ]
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Councilor
Member # 6600
Profile Homepage #7
When you need to know, your implants will have told you tomorrow. The ritual may be as painless as sacrificing your first born under a new moon or as painful as actually buying Galactic Core.

Dikiyoba.
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Agent
Member # 8030
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I actually like Galactic Core. Even though it's old, it's unique andhas random maps (Still playing random maps on Age of Empires).

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WWJD?
Posts: 1384 | Registered: Tuesday, February 6 2007 08:00
Guardian
Member # 5360
Profile #9
Age of Empires? Please, oh please tell The Doctor that it's #III. If it isn't, then you are pathetic. No offense.

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May the fires of Undeath burn in your soul, and consume it.
Posts: 1636 | Registered: Wednesday, January 5 2005 08:00
Agent
Member # 27
Profile #10
What's wrong with the classics?
Posts: 1233 | Registered: Wednesday, October 3 2001 07:00
Shaper
Member # 7472
Profile Homepage #11
I like the original AoE. Not as much as TA, but still.

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I tried to think of something witty to put here.

Needless to say, I failed.
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Warrior
Member # 7000
Profile Homepage #12
When it comes to AoE, nothing will ever compare to AoE2. I passed 10th grade history because of that game. :P

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Law Bringer
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quote:
Originally written by The Strange Doctor:

Age of Empires? Please, oh please tell The Doctor that it's #III. If it isn't, then you are pathetic. No offense.
No offense, but if you diss AoE II, you're the pathetic one.

That game seriously rocked, and moreover it did so on a machine that you wouldn't be able to run a 3d shooter on. When I think of Empire Earth by comparison... my poor 2.4Ghz 512MB notepad went to its knees even in the main menu.

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Shaper
Member # 7420
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Age of Kings has, possibly, the best RTS engine of all time. Sorry Warcraft/Starcraft. There's just something about building being to scale with the warriors. Plus, sprite graphics are just sexier than polygon graphics. As for history, it didn't really tell me anything I hadn't already learned from Civilization II.

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You lose.
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Law Bringer
Member # 335
Profile Homepage #15
Civ II taught me that the Sioux conquered a Pangaea-like landmass after a long and brutal war against the allied French and Carthaginians, so you might want to take that history with a grain of salt.

—Alorael, who is now much more interested in the future history of mankind. Do you have mind worm repellant?
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Law Bringer
Member # 4153
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(obligatory Alo double-post post)

Oh, and I recently found myself in a similar position. I decided to play Ocean Bound... and didn't want to shoot myself in the face.

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Gamble with Gaea, and she eats your dice.

I hate undead. I really, really, really, really hate undead. With a passion.
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Councilor
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Obligatory Ephesos-posts-in-RWG-without-fleeing post.

Dikiyoba now wonders why. What drives you people to download such games? More importantly, what drives you to kind of like them? :P

Edit: Typo.

[ Tuesday, March 13, 2007 21:34: Message edited by: Dikiyoba ]
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Infiltrator
Member # 5566
Profile #19
quote:
Originally written by Dikiyoba:

Dikiyoba now wonders why. What drives you people to download such games? More importantly, what drives you to kind of like them? :P

You feel a uncomfortable feeling, like someone very powerfull is watching you.
And then you find yourself playing, in my case Galactic Core, and enjoying it.
All hail richard White

[ Wednesday, March 14, 2007 07:51: Message edited by: Hawk King ]
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Shaper
Member # 7420
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That's it. From now on, you creeps have to wear one of these whenever you're out in public.

[RW = Nazis!]

[ Wednesday, March 14, 2007 22:00: Message edited by: In omnia paratus. ]

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Law Bringer
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Right. That one is vaguely offensive...

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Gamble with Gaea, and she eats your dice.

I hate undead. I really, really, really, really hate undead. With a passion.
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Law Bringer
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Vaguely?

But still, wow. There aren't many jokes that are both original and nasty.

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Agent
Member # 8030
Profile Homepage #23
quote:
Age of Empires? Please, oh please tell The Doctor that it's #III. If it isn't, then you are pathetic. No offense.
I like all of them; too bad you aren't the doctor anymore.

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WWJD?
Posts: 1384 | Registered: Tuesday, February 6 2007 08:00
Law Bringer
Member # 2984
Profile Homepage #24
quote:
Originally written by Broken Esquerez:

Civ II taught me that the Sioux conquered a Pangaea-like landmass after a long and brutal war against the allied French and Carthaginians, so you might want to take that history with a grain of salt.
They didn't? My teachers lied to me!

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My BlogPolarisI eat novels for breakfast.
Polaris is dead, long live Polaris.
Look on my works, ye mighty, and despair.
Posts: 8752 | Registered: Wednesday, May 14 2003 07:00
Shaper
Member # 7420
Profile Homepage #25
quote:
Originally written by Alorael:

Civ II taught me that the Sioux conquered a Pangaea-like landmass after a long and brutal war against the allied French and Carthaginians, so you might want to take that history with a grain of salt.
Hey, it's just as likely as the Japanese sieging the Mayan King's castle with trebuchets.
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Ephesos:
That one is vaguely offensive...
Well, I can't help the fact that RWGs are the cause of all the world's problems.

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