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Bloodygoodgames: Dude, it's a joke. We were both joking :)
You joke a lot about how nature has cursed our gender.
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Jeralulz: Morrorwind Dice Roll.
You mean the system that almost nobody ever complained in any other stat-based RPG that is suddenly bad because it's first-person?
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Bloodygoodgames: Dude, it's a joke. We were both joking :)
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F4LL0UT: You joke a lot about how nature has cursed our gender.
Oh come on, let her! She doesn't have a second brain, of course she's gonna complain and try to make us look worse. 'sides, I thought the only thing that can be considered a curse is periodical bleeding effect draining HP :-P
Post edited April 04, 2013 by Fenixp
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Fenixp: Oh come on, let her! She doesn't have a second brain, of course she's gonna complain and try to make us look worse. 'sides, I thought the only thing that can be considered a curse is periodical bleeding effect draining HP :-P
Having an internal organ hang around in a completely unprotected area is not a curse to you?
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F4LL0UT: Having an internal organ hang around in a completely unprotected area is not a curse to you?
Pffft, aren't you man enough to protect your second brain?
This thread took a turn I wasn't expecting
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Fenixp: You mean the system that almost nobody ever complained in any other stat-based RPG that is suddenly bad because it's first-person?
I understand your logic but seriously, that system just doesn't work in first person. If the dice roll decides whether your character is too much of an imbecile to hit an enemy then what are you as a player doing when positioning the crosshair on an enemy and swinging your weapon? FPP just is completely about immersion and an abstract system like dice rolls just doesn't work there.
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F4LL0UT: Having an internal organ hang around in a completely unprotected area is not a curse to you?
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Fenixp: Pffft, aren't you man enough to protect your second brain?
No, I'm so "man" that I keep it unprotected and emphasize the existence of my second brain whenever possible. You know, with a funny walk, gestures etc..
Post edited April 04, 2013 by F4LL0UT
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F4LL0UT: If the dice roll decides whether your character is too much of an imbecile to hit an enemy then what are you as a player doing when positioning the crosshair on an enemy and swinging your weapon?
You're choosing a target. Just like in all the other RPGs using dice rolls. And as for missing ... Just use your bloody imagination. ... ... Just like in all the other RPGs using dice rolls :D
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F4LL0UT: No, I'm so "man" that I keep it unprotected and emphasize the existence of my second brain whenever possible. You know, with a funny walk, gestures etc...
You're the man!
Post edited April 04, 2013 by Fenixp
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Fenixp: Oh come on, let her! She doesn't have a second brain, of course she's gonna complain and try to make us look worse. 'sides, I thought the only thing that can be considered a curse is periodical bleeding effect draining HP :-P
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F4LL0UT: Having an internal organ hang around in a completely unprotected area is not a curse to you?
ROTFL --- Yep, guys go on and on about being the 'stronger sex'. One swift kick in the right location usually puts that idea to rest, LOL.

EDIT -- and NO, I've never done that :) But I did once see a six-year-old Thai girl kick a British teacher in the nuts because he was annoying her. I've never seen anyone fold over and fall that fast before. Felt sorry for the dude!
Post edited April 04, 2013 by Bloodygoodgames
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Fenixp: You're choosing a target. Just like in all the other RPGs using dice rolls. And as for missing ... Just use your bloody imagination. ... ... Just like in all the other RPGs using dice rolls :D
It sure as hell doesn't feel like "targeting" if I have to get the timing right, avoid hits and aim precisely and the perspective doesn't leave much to the imagination. As I said, for me the perspective changes everything as does the fact that everything controls like in an action game and you have to act during combat like in an action game - only that you're being hindered by some abstract rules in this not at all abstract game. It's something completely different for me in an isometric and especially turn based game.
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Bloodygoodgames: and NO, I've never done that :)
That's sad. You, and all other women out there, should do it more often. If it hadn't been for an accidental ball kick by his female co-worker my buddy wouldn't have found out that he had testicular cancer, at least not so early.
Post edited April 04, 2013 by F4LL0UT
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Fenixp: You're choosing a target. Just like in all the other RPGs using dice rolls. And as for missing ... Just use your bloody imagination. ... ... Just like in all the other RPGs using dice rolls :D
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F4LL0UT: It sure as hell doesn't feel like "targeting" if I have to get the timing right, avoid hits and aim precisely and the perspective doesn't leave much to the imagination. As I said, for me the perspective changes everything as does the fact that everything controls like in an action game and you have to act during combat like in an action game - only that you're being hindered by some abstract rules in this not at all abstract game. It's something completely different for me in an isometric and especially turn based game.
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Bloodygoodgames: and NO, I've never done that :)
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F4LL0UT: That's sad. You, and all other women out there, should do it more often. If it hadn't been for an accidental ball kick by his female co-worker my buddy wouldn't have found out that he had testicular cancer, at least not so early.
Yikes! I'm not sure all the guys I know would appreciate a quick kick in the nuts just so they can check to see if they have testicular cancer :) Glad your buddy discovered it quick though. My dad had prostate cancer and, luckily, it was found in the early stages. He's been cancer-free now for about 15 years.
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Bloodygoodgames: He's been cancer-free now for about 15 years.
To be honest I don't know how my buddy is doing with his ball cancer although last time I asked he was cancer-free too. We split ways when he decided to become a Dubstep producer (and I blame the whole ball story for it - just like WWII originated in Hitler having only one ball).
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Bloodygoodgames: He's been cancer-free now for about 15 years.
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F4LL0UT: To be honest I don't know how my buddy is doing with his ball cancer although last time I asked he was cancer-free too. We split ways when he decided to become a Dubstep producer (and I blame the whole ball story for it - just like WWII originated in Hitler having only one ball).
ROTFL - Yep, the one-ball wonders usually go off and do something freaky. Something about 'proving their manhood'??????
Seeing this thread I thought it was going to be about Die by the Sword!!
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Iain: Seeing this thread I thought it was going to be about Die by the Sword!!
It seems you have confused "worst" with "best". :P
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Bloodygoodgames: He's been cancer-free now for about 15 years.
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F4LL0UT: To be honest I don't know how my buddy is doing with his ball cancer although last time I asked he was cancer-free too. We split ways when he decided to become a Dubstep producer (and I blame the whole ball story for it - just like WWII originated in Hitler having only one ball).
Thats what I had. Shit had spread to my lungs before it had been diagnosed. What a pain.