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Lone_Scout: I don't know a single word of Latin or Greek, but translator services can do miracles
lol, that figures, otherwise you would have known that "Theslitherydee's" comment is incorrect gibberish. In a Latin question -ne ought to be affixed to the first word, so it should be "Possumne"; "divinitatis" is genitive for no reason, should be "divinitas" instead, to be in line with "peccatum originale" (as it stands it rather means something like "original sin of the divinity"; and most egregiously of all, "placere" for "please" is completely wrong, it should be "quaeso" (literally "I beg", whereas placere is infinitive of "to please", which can't be used in Latin at all for just "please").
Kind of arrogant tbh that you're starting a contest which you're not even qualified to judge (and yeah, I know I'm just looking like a sour loser, but lol, what a pointless contest if every idiot who doesn't know a shred of Latin can just run a sentence through Google translate and win).
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Lone_Scout: I'll send the code in a few hours (on a side note: I don't know a single word of Latin or Greek, but translator services can do miracles)
Indeed, I'm hoping to see translator earpieces that let you listen to foreign conversations in real time. It would make traveling much easier.
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Mugiwarah: Thanks to GamezRanker for Beyond Divinity.
*GR nods, then waits for his post to be bestowed the holiest of scarlet marks*
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Lone_Scout: I don't know a single word of Latin or Greek, but translator services can do miracles
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morolf: lol, that figures, otherwise you would have known that "Theslitherydee's" comment is incorrect gibberish. In a Latin question -ne ought to be affixed to the first word, so it should be "Possumne"; "divinitatis" is genitive for no reason, should be "divinitas" instead, to be in line with "peccatum originale" (as it stands it rather means something like "original sin of the divinity"; and most egregiously of all, "placere" for "please" is completely wrong, it should be "quaeso" (literally "I beg", whereas placere is infinitive of "to please", which can't be used in Latin at all for just "please").
Kind of arrogant tbh that you're starting a contest which you're not even qualified to judge (and yeah, I know I'm just looking like a sour loser, but lol, what a pointless contest if every idiot who doesn't know a shred of Latin can just run a sentence through Google translate and win).
Err... Romanes eunt domus... Or how was that? :P

Don't worry, you'll get some chances to get something in the future, I hope. Part of the trick was posting on position 20830… and bumping post #20829 was not the best tactical move
Post edited October 06, 2021 by Lone_Scout
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morolf: lol, that figures, otherwise you would have known that "Theslitherydee's" comment is incorrect gibberish. In a Latin question -ne ought to be affixed to the first word, so it should be "Possumne"; "divinitatis" is genitive for no reason, should be "divinitas" instead, to be in line with "peccatum originale" (as it stands it rather means something like "original sin of the divinity"; and most egregiously of all, "placere" for "please" is completely wrong, it should be "quaeso" (literally "I beg", whereas placere is infinitive of "to please", which can't be used in Latin at all for just "please").
Kind of arrogant tbh that you're starting a contest which you're not even qualified to judge (and yeah, I know I'm just looking like a sour loser, but lol, what a pointless contest if every idiot who doesn't know a shred of Latin can just run a sentence through Google translate and win).
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Lone_Scout: Err... Romanes eunt domus... Or how was that? :P

Don't worry, you'll get some chances to get something in the future, I hope. Part of the trick was posting on position 20830… and bumping post #20829 was not the best tactical move
"Ego sum rex Romanus et super grammaticam".
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I am not sure if i can get a paysafecard easily this time due to the corona standard, would have to be tested at least and that costs 9.5 eu, i think i have 1.33 eu on my paysafecard and wanted to try fight'n rage.
Which is 1.99
It isn't necessary to play this game right away for me.
So decide if you want to gift it.
Also recently i bought blood omen so also that is why i don't have that much money on it anymore.
Edit: got it thanks GamezRanker for the game
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Fonzer: I am not sure if i can get a paysafecard easily this time due to the corona standard, would have to be tested at least and that costs 9.5 eu, i think i have 1.33 eu on my paysafecard and wanted to try fight'n rage.
Which is 1.99
Still have to pay the papers please people to have the "privilege" of going outside? That sucks to hear.
Hmm, fight and rage....sounds interesting. If ya still want it, lemme know(here or via PM).
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If someone feels generous : Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition

Thank you .
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Another GamezRanker update (banned for rep manipulation):
https://www.gog.com/forum/general/another_gamezranker_update

Please post comments, if any, there, or PM him directly, so as not to off-topic this thread.
Post edited 4 days ago by mrkgnao