I'm trying really hard to withstand... But some people are already playing the head start... Man if it wasn't for the graphics. They are so damn UGLY nowadays. But Hordes of the Underdark was very good... And there's some hype at the moment xD
So many people coming here to play Neverwinter Nights. I feel left out xD
Its the community. So much focus of the EE is on the inner workings to make creating your own content better. Its leaves solo players like me out of the lurch a bit, but I fully understand the communities excitement. Good user content is not to be underestimated.
I once played - for a very short while - on some NWN2 persistent worlds. It was actually fun at the time. However, I have never been a big multiplayer gamer. And I fear at the moment I wouldn't have enough time for that. Multiplayer consumes a lot of time.
Ah the influx of new people whenever Beamdog announces a new game. And this time it seems a good part of the NWN community has come here, maybe to find a new home for good. Welcome here, everyone who's new
Actually my Battle Sloth is preparing for another great war. You think the vegetable wars are bad? Or the pancake waffle wars? They pale in comparison with... the Pizza Wars! Prepare yourself and get a sloth. The Great Pizza Wars are coming...
The power of suggestion can be strong. I was told I was a pile of dust, I believed it and became one. But the lie has been revealed, I was never a pile of dust in the first place! I AM BACK TO MY GLORIOUS FORMER LICH SELF!
I was pondering posting this in your "soul smoothing" thread, because of the last two people who are really inspiring. But on the other hand it's so disheartening to see so many ignorant people. So I have ambivalent feelings about the video.
But as bad as one may think that the times we live in may be, it could be worse. At least SOME people do care. As few as they are. We are not there yet that nobody at all cares.
It does my heart good to see how wonderfully it was handled by two of the people. I feel that a video such as this has the potential to teach, to open both eyes and hearts. For some, it could perhaps be the look in the mirror that encourages growth.
I might agree. Maybe I was in a good mood today, or maybe the pain of getting 4 badges and missing the fifth thereby missing the once in a lifetime chance to get the combo breaker badge is so big, that I would only wish it on my worst enemies (e.g. Anduin).
Or maybe this is all just a part of my long-term diabolical plan which is beyond the mere understandings of the living.
Brace yourself, magic is coming...
OH.MY.GAWD. You know King's Quest!!! I played part of the original King's Quest 1(in 16 colors!) and I played the remade Version by agdinteractive. I also watched part of a walkthrough of the original King's Quest 1. The Rumpelstiltskin quest was a lot harder in the original! You could not simply write the name backwards like in the newer versions and remade versions of the game, oh no, in the original version you had to write it with a backwards alphabet! That was incredibly hard to know!
Hmm, personally, I think the sun may have to do something with it. Sunshine can really brighten someone's mood, and I think that people in the South are far more expressive, extrovert and lively because they have a lot more sunny days. We Germans are so gloomy in comparison (it's all stereotypes of course, but there is at least a little bit truth in there) xD