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27 Feb 2017 16:50
Current Outside in an all black ride / Tint rolled up when I'm high / Said they all wanna live but I just wanna die / Mo-Motherfucker, if you're looking for me find me in the night
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23 Feb 2017 18:51
[@JaceBeleren] Phew.
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22 Feb 2017 21:40
Yeah, but I mean, Donald Trump isn't hot. It's only okay if the dude is hot.
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22 Feb 2017 16:55
If home is where the heart is, then we're all just fucked.
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19 Feb 2017 22:29
bro i will
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In Change A Single Word 27 Feb 2017 22:56 Forum: Spam Forum
Dungeon crawler.
@Lady Selune Count me in.
i'm just very upset with @Wade Wilson's lack of gaming skill


wow fuckin rude

I've only played 9.4 hrs tyvm
I want to do shit.

I try to do said shit.

Brain makes me lose track of what shit I'm doing.

I find myself staring at my screen an hour later, having not done any shit.

And thus, the cycle of procrastination and writer's block begins.
Can someone explain the appeal of Fallout? I've only played New Vegas and 4, but it strikes me as second-rate as both a shooter and an rpg. Games like, for example, the Far Cry series, have better action and shooting, and Elder Scrolls-type (to use another Bethesda series) games beat it as an rpg. I get it's a blend of two genres, it's never going to be the best at either, but I think it could have done both better than it did. Like I said, if I want to play a shooter, I'll play a better shooter, if I want to play an rpg, I'll play a better rpg. Maybe it's just me, but I don't see why Fallout has gotten as much hype as it has.


Imo, the games up to 3 were way better than what's out there now. NV and 4 really sorta stepped away from the core. Originally, Fallout wasn't even a series that would've been associated with the shooter genre. @Buddha sums it up pretty well, and tbh I hate writing long paragraphs so yeah.
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