Morsus

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    • Official Guide

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      Overview:
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      -Approximate time to 1000: -- hours
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    • I did a thing

      5 years ago

      Morsus

      So, when I remember/can be bothered I like to review games. I try to talk more about what makes a game fun to play rather than spitting teeth about the most minor of issues. As such it isn't boiling with rage and so maybe it doesn't belong on the internet, but in a hippy magazine or something.

      At any rate, it's on the internet and you can check it out here I just reviewed Dragon Age: inquisition. Yeah, the one that's isn't out for four months.

    • Blame Gus

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      On the RT podcast they were talking about positive impacts of let's plays, and how many people went out and bought a game because of watching a let's play.
      I didn't buy paper's please because of a let's play. I blame Gus. Gustavo Sorola talked about this game so much for so long that I eventually said, "Ok, I'm going to check this out."

      So, I was wondering how many other people were like me? How many people on this site played paper's please because of Gus.

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    • 5 years ago

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    • Revenant

      5 years ago

      Morsus

      I'm sort of obsessed with Revenants at the moment. It comes from the Latin for returned, so I guess I'm a Revenant on this site. I've been gone a few years, but I'm back. I'm glad I'm back, I'm glad firenomad brought me back. Officially making him a necromancer, I believe. I'm glad to be back and I'm glad to be RPing again.

      As a side note: how many of you have upgraded to current gen consoles?

    • First come-first serve

      7 years ago

      Morsus

      Got a code for the infected omen weapon skins for Gears of War three for anyone interested. Please don't download it if you're not gonna use it.

      MG8BF-D34YT-463K6-KHWTC-66P6M

    • 8 years ago

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    • Official Guide

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      Morsus

      Overview:
      -Estimated Achievement Difficulty: --
      -Offline: -- (-- points)
      -Online: -- (-- points)
      -Approximate time to 1000: -- hours
      -Minimum number of playthroughs needed: --
      -Number of missable achievements: --
      -Glitched achievements: --
      -Do cheat codes disable achievements? --
      -Does difficulty affect achievements? --

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    • Official Guide

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      Morsus

      Overview:
      -Estimated Achievement Difficulty: --
      -Offline: -- (-- points)
      -Online: -- (-- points)
      -Approximate time to 1000: -- hours
      -Minimum number of playthroughs needed: --
      -Number of missable achievements: --
      -Glitched achievements: --
      -Do cheat codes disable achievements? --
      -Does difficulty affect achievements? --

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    • The History Channel

      8 years ago

      Morsus

      I do love it, so. I mean, it's just terrible. They have shows about ancient aliens and ghosts. It's the History channel, not the alternate history channel, Jesus.

      By far, my favourite has got to be a show i caught a glimpse of today, though. A documentary about Attila the Hun, as I say I didn't watch it, but from what I saw I now know that Attila the Hun was about six feet tall, white and Scottish. The things you learn, eh?

  • Comments (395)

    • Firenomad

      4 years ago

      How goes it man? Hope you are doing well.

    • Amazing_Cam

      4 years ago

      Journal ought to explain the gist of it.

    • Firenomad

      4 years ago

      How do you fare? How was Germany?

      • Morsus

        4 years ago

        That sounds pretty interesting. It sounds like the kind of plot of the comic series Nova, which I love so I'd no doubt enjoy it. Personally, I don't know what I'm in the mood to read. For me it's not genres it's writing style, and whether when I pick up a book which sounds interesting I'll enjoy their writing style at that time too.

      • Firenomad

        4 years ago

        Well what kind of genres do you enjoy? What my book of choice is has a lot to with what kind of mood I'm in, at the moment I'm reading a sci fi book called the Risen Empire by Scott Westerfield. This is the blurb for it.

        "The undead Emperor has ruled his mighty interstellar empire of eighty human worlds for sixteen hundred years. Because he can grant a form of eternal life, creating an elite known as the Risen, his power has been absolute. He and his sister, the Child Empress, who is eternally a little girl, are worshiped as living gods. No one can touch them.

        Not until the Rix, machine-augmented humans who worship very different gods: AI compound minds of planetary extent. The Rix are cool, relentless fanatics, and their only goal is to propagate such AIs throughout the galaxy. They seek to end, by any means necessary, the Emperor's prolonged tyranny of one and supplant it with an eternal cybernetic dynasty of their own. They begin by taking the Child Empress hostage. Captain Laurent Zai of the Imperial Frigate Lynx is tasked with her rescue.

        Separated by light-years, bound by an unlikely love, Zai and pacifist senator Nara Oxham must each in their own way, face the challenge of the Rix, and they each will hold the fate of the empire in their hands. The Risen Empire is the first great space opera of the twenty-first century."


      • Morsus

        4 years ago

        I watch a considerable amount, whenever I find a show I enjoy. And yeah, lack of streaming sucks. I've been having trouble settling on anything to read at the moment. Got lots of things in the reading pile, but I can't decide. What's your book of choice?

      • Firenomad

        4 years ago

        Aye, well decently big anyway. You watch much? It is more that I can't stream anything, but I'm satisfied by my books most of the time.

      • Morsus

        4 years ago

        Yeah, my friend won a competition and we got to go along to gamescom. That's rough, always sucks when you end up in a place with limited internet. You a big anime guy then?

      • Firenomad

        4 years ago

        Is that what you went to Germany for? Gamescom? Getting along alright. Just a bit tired. I'm out in a really small town so while there is enough internet for this and fb and the like, there isn't enough for me to stream videos so I'm kind of missing the ability to watch anime or whatever else.

      • Morsus

        4 years ago

        I'm great, and Germany was amazing. It was fun getting to go around gamescom and getting free stuff. How are you dear fellow?

    • Amazing_Cam

      5 years ago

      In reply to Amazing_Cam, #409:

      In reply to Morsus, #408:

      Or maybe I'm the scapegoat. Perhaps I'm impersonating the evil governor by paraphrasing 'ol Annie in hopes that you'll lynch me off.

      Or maybe still, I'm neither, and I'm just hoping that this line of circular logic will keep me alive long enough to achieve my true goals.


      Or even still, maybe it was just an honest attempt at humor, because you know, Star Wars is cool like that.

      How are you this morning?

      • Amazing_Cam

        5 years ago

        Supplement quantity over quality, that's the RT way.

      • Morsus

        5 years ago

        What happened is it continued to get popular. And as the number of people increased so did the number of asshats, even if the percentage of asshats remained roughly the same.

      • Amazing_Cam

        5 years ago

        The gall of some people.

        Over it now, and didn't even have to block him (something I try to avoid doing at all costs). It's just the point of the matter, you know? RT used to be a creatively loving and caring place to call home on the internet. Now, I have people like that to deal with.

        What happened? Where did the love go?

        It's depressing, really.

      • Morsus

        5 years ago

        Motherfucker shat on your porch then called you the asshole for having the porch.

      • Amazing_Cam

        5 years ago

        Tried my best to explain that too, but instead I guess he thought he was lectureing me on the workings of the internet.

        Which I am fully friggin' aware of.

        RT has a set of unspoken rules, though. You don't shit on my porch, and I won't shit on yours.

        Motherfucker shat on my porch.

      • Morsus

        5 years ago

        Yeah I saw that. The guy doesn't understand metaphors. Sure. If you post a journal anyone can see it, but that doesn't mean anyone should reply to it.

      • Amazing_Cam

        5 years ago

        The site and the community that uses it. You could check my journal comments out for a full explanation to my bitterness. Which, in fairness, I probably overreacted on the guy, but that isn't the point, dammit.

      • Morsus

        5 years ago

        Ahh, reminiscing about the way the site used to be. In fairness, it did used to be considerably better. Or maybe that's just nostalgia, but probably not.

      • Amazing_Cam

        5 years ago

        I thought they were. RT was always a sort of haven in the most wretched hive of scum and villainy. Maybe I'm just sentimental. Then again, maybe RT should quit trying to be a disgusting facebook/twitter hybrid.

      • Morsus

        5 years ago

        Were things ever sacred here? I mean, it is the internet after all. Where all foul things spring forth.

      • Amazing_Cam

        5 years ago

        Good to know nothing here is sacred anymore. This community is becoming something abhorrent.

        Post edited 7/09/14 10:56AM

      • Morsus

        5 years ago

        Fair enough. But a 13 year old admitting the image was inappropriate would be admitting they knew about brazzers. I think we're safe.

      • Amazing_Cam

        5 years ago

        Any thirteen year-old, surely.

      • Morsus

        5 years ago

        what child knows what brazzers is? Other than the really cool children.

      • Amazing_Cam

        5 years ago

        And, you know, the brazzers logo at the top.

      • Morsus

        5 years ago

        depends entirely on how dirty your mind is. It's not objectively inappropriate. It's only inappropriate if you understand the context.

      • Amazing_Cam

        5 years ago

        Yeah, I saw that one too. Thought it wasn't very appropriate for a children's show.

      • Morsus

        5 years ago

        But+this+is+different+_bd27545760ca00e87

      • Amazing_Cam

        5 years ago

        are-you-feeling-it-now-mr-krabs_o_138213

      • Morsus

        5 years ago

        As long as you believe it, it's not a lie: it's your truth. I maintain we're both fiercely popular.

      • Amazing_Cam

        5 years ago

        Feels like the old days, having alerts left and right.

        Even if it is all a great big lie. smiley0.gif

      • Morsus

        5 years ago

        he can't really count, bless him. It makes us seem popular though.

      • Amazing_Cam

        5 years ago

        I like how we've started a conversation on three fronts simply because we're practically the only one's online at the moment.

        Except for Mega, but he's Dutch and doesn't really even count.

      • Morsus

        5 years ago

        Oh yeah, it's nice to have the colour, but I bet that would ratchet up the price considerably.

      • Amazing_Cam

        5 years ago

        I wouldn't mind terribly if they had added the color to it, but I do agree with you.

      • Morsus

        5 years ago

        Best way for it to be, really.

      • Amazing_Cam

        5 years ago

        Even has the spots in it like and old film reel would. All they seem to have done to it is converted it to digital.

      • Amazing_Cam

        5 years ago

        All black and white. unedited as best as I can tell.

      • Morsus

        5 years ago

        Watching it on the news where the anchor knows how it plays out and has information from all sides that's actually corroborated.

        Yeah, that's the kind of documentary, I prefer. Unfortunately, as I said I love ancient history and there is shockingly little video of that. I'm not terribly fond of reconstructions, because of how low budget they tend to be, but I prefer field documentaries. Showing you where it's talking about, maybe have the narrator/expert showing you what specific ruins were for and such.

        As a side note, is it the original black and white footage? Or one of those documentaries where they've added colour to the footage, because I'm aware there have been a couple of those now.

      • Amazing_Cam

        5 years ago

        I'm really impressed with it. I'm a pretty big history buff, and the WWII era is my favorite, and this particular collection has had quite a lot of new information to offer me. I think I ended up paying 20 after the sales tax, but none the less, it was a great deal.

        But yeah, none of those shitty interviews with the "experts". Just raw footage and a single narrator. It's pretty friggin' cool. It's really informative and there's no gimmicks. It's almost like you're watching it on the news, just a million times better.

      • Morsus

        5 years ago

        That's pretty damned good value for money. And it sounds like a really comprehensive collection. I like when documentaries have a lot of footage to show, rather than prolonged periods of staring at people sat down talking while staring directly at the camera. That gets monotonous to me after a while.

      • Amazing_Cam

        5 years ago

        Well, it's a 10 disc box set I found at Walmart. The whole thing has an approximate run-time of over 30 hours. It's all real footage from the war that they went and collected from a bunch of national archives around the world, and they have a narrator basically telling you the full history of the was as you watch it happen. It's was a really cool find and amazingly comprehensive for a sixteen dollar buy. I stopped somewhere in the middle of the forth disk last time I was sat down and watched it a few days ago. I usually come home from class, put it in, and watch it until I'm ready to go to bed while I screw around on here.

      • Morsus

        5 years ago

        that's not too bad then. I got work for another couple hours, but using the computer at the same time, so it's all good. I've always been more of an ancient history guy, myself, but WWII is always an interesting subject. What's the topic of the doc, or is it an overview?

      • Amazing_Cam

        5 years ago

        Oh, I'm doing well. Got home from class not too long ago, just getting caught up. Might throw my WWII documentary in the 'ol xbox here shortly.

      • Morsus

        5 years ago

        I don't know...I'm still not convinced you're not the filthy governor, even if star wars is cool.

        I'm good, started watching Vikings the other day. Good show. How are you, my good man?

    • Amazing_Cam

      5 years ago

      Good morning/evening to you. (Time zones are relative.)

      • Morsus

        5 years ago

        It's certainly on it's way out it seems, now that services like netflix are making there own original shows.

      • Amazing_Cam

        5 years ago

        I got to the point that everything I wanted to watch I had on DVD. (this was before Netflix went big.) When I moved out of my parent's house, I realized my cable jack hadn't been hooked up in, like, two years. Now, netflix is a thing and I'm amazed broadcast television isn't obsolete yet.

      • Morsus

        5 years ago

        I never actually watch tv anymore, flicking through channels and stuff, aside from GoT. It's all internet and Netflix.

      • Amazing_Cam

        5 years ago

        I remember one night binged, like, eight hours of straight It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. Pretty good show, I just don't watch a whole lot of TV anymore.

      • Morsus

        5 years ago

        Yeah, as long as you can type full sentences that people understand then you haven't drank enough.

        I'm good. Watching always sunny, wasted money in the steam sale, usual stuff.

      • Amazing_Cam

        5 years ago

        I've been drinking for far too many hours. Then again, perhaps not enough hours. I still seem able to type legibly.

        This atrocity cannot continue.

        *crack's open another beer.*

        At any rate, how are you today?

      • Morsus

        5 years ago

        Time is relative. Lunch time doubly so. Good day to you fine sir.

    • Amazing_Cam

      5 years ago

      How have you been lately?

      • Morsus

        5 years ago

        Sure, it came from nowhere, but that's not necessarily a bad thing. I enjoy a violent shake-up every now and again, and I'm interested to see how this plays out.

      • Amazing_Cam

        5 years ago

        Did you like that? I wasn't really sure how you all were going to take to that sudden left turn. I mean, we all love a plot twist, but I threw that one at you from out of absolutely nowhere.

      • Morsus

        5 years ago

        Glad to have you back, I'm always excited to have cool shit happen. But, I mean, what else could I expect when you came back with such a bang.

      • Amazing_Cam

        5 years ago

        At any rate, at least things are crawling once again.

        I've got some pretty cool shit planed so I'm happy to be back.

      • Morsus

        5 years ago

        Yeah, I know that feeling. I had free time and the forum went quiet because of IRL stuff, then people started posting and I was having a busy couple of days, so couldn't straight away haha. And yeah, it's nice to know people in other time zones precisely so that when you're awake at an odd hour, someone else will be too.

      • Amazing_Cam

        5 years ago

        I've had a lot of important IRL things going on recently and haven't been able to check in. I'm back to a somewhat stable scheduled now and can pop in in the mornings. I hadn't seen you post since I'd been back which was partly why I messaged you. Also because it's nice to talk to someone when you're bored and the only one awake.

      • Morsus

        5 years ago

        I've been good, nice to see we got some replies in the ragnarok, it went quiet for a while there and I got worried. Yourself?

    • jaxom_rahl

      5 years ago

      I just glanced at the books in your interests section.

      John Dies at the End is my favorite book. You just won at life.

      Have you seen the movie? I was disappointed in it.

      • Morsus

        5 years ago

        Yeah, and it's a shame, because one thing I think would have translated well to screen was the idea of there being another person with them, who got sucked into non-existence. Because we tend not to overly focus on people in the background in films. So, in certain scenes they could have put him there and you wouldn't realise until you rewatched it.

      • jaxom_rahl

        5 years ago

        Indeed. Also, that particular prologue is really just there to give you an idea of the strangeness of the story, and achieves the effect by being written in a way that doesn't really translate to film. I think that trying to add visuals to that type of narration just jumbles the effect by distracting you from actually thinking about what's being said; as a visually oriented species, we tend to ignore anything that doesn't fit what we see.

      • Morsus

        5 years ago

        Yeah, I think the main problem with the film was oversimplification. They removed most things that gave the story character, and left just an outline. In doing so they wrecked both the horror and the comedy present. I know you can't have everything from a book into a film, because of time constraints, but I feel they didn't necessarily choose the right things. The prologue, for example, while I love it, it doesn't further the plot of the movie and there are far better scenes which are contextual to the story which could have been used with the same time frame.

      • jaxom_rahl

        5 years ago

        Agreeing with all of the above. I had hoped that, it being an independent movie, it wouldn't be ruined in the way that most book to movie adaptations are, it failed to effectively capture either the horror or the comedy of the book. I also felt that the combination of Amy and Jennifer into a single character was just plain lazy, in addition to being a reversion to the overdone"Hero saves girl, hero gets girl" trope that most movie makers don't seem to be capable of doing without.

      • Morsus

        5 years ago

        Yeah, I love John Dies at the End. I had such high hopes for the movie, but it was a let down. I did like the sequel book, This Book is Full of Spiders, no seriously, don't touch it. Though I think the horror comedy in JDatE was superior. I particularly love the ending of the book, and what he finds in the shed.

    • Amazing_Cam

      5 years ago

      I don't believe we've met before, but I see you're a friend of Nomad's from the Green Team. If we have met before, you'd probably know me as cabose1995 and if not, then the pleasure is mine.

      • Amazing_Cam

        5 years ago

        That's the truth.

      • Morsus

        5 years ago

        That's what happens when you keep moving with the times, things get left by the side of the road. Especially as the core team grows and the community becomes larger and less fun.

      • Amazing_Cam

        5 years ago

        Call me a cynic. There just isn't a lot that I'd put past the RT staff these days.

      • Morsus

        5 years ago

        I mentioned that to Nomad, actually. When you aren't signed in you can access the gaming forum fine. It's weird as hell. They're not going to get rid of forums, so it seems a little petty if they just got rid of the gaming one, though that wouldn't stop them I suppose. Still, no sign it will happen.

      • Amazing_Cam

        5 years ago

        Oh, that's for certain. I'm talking about the changes RT itself is making. There is a lot of stuff they've phased out over the last few years, and whatever they've done has locked us out of the Games forum. I'm waiting for the day that they delete it altogether.

      • Morsus

        5 years ago

        Hey, I've seen 5 people posting since I've been back, including us. You don't need many to keep an RP up and running, just a few persistent bastards who refuse to let it die.

      • Amazing_Cam

        5 years ago

        Shit, the way things are going there isn't any telling how long the forum will be around.

      • Morsus

        5 years ago

        You make blue team sound like the crew of serenity. Which is fine by me, I'm intending to stick around for as long as there's a forum to stick around in. As long as I get to be Jayne.

      • Amazing_Cam

        5 years ago

        I always had an idea of where I wanted the story to go, but the gang kinda went their own way before I got to put my ideas into action. Nomad and I have been discussing where to go with it next, so as long as there are people playing I'll keep guiding things along as best as I can.

      • Morsus

        5 years ago

        Glad to be aboard once more. I wouldn't be here again if not for Nomad randomly dropping me a comment. I had forgotten how much I missed the RP, hopefully we'll be able to keep what life it has in it going, maybe let it grow.

      • Amazing_Cam

        5 years ago

        It's been a long time, there really isn't any telling. It's just good to see people from the old days trying to get back into the RP scene.

        I've been with AOB for a long time, and in theory I run the joint. As you can see though, there hasn't been a whole lot to run up until very recently, and we owe the activity that we have now to Nomad. As far as I'm concerned, the more the merrier. It good to have you aboard.

      • Morsus

        5 years ago

        I do have vague memories of a caboose from the old days, so I believe we might have done, but my memory clearly isn't what it used to be. Either way, the pleasure is mine I assure you, and I'm glad to be acquainted, or reacquainted, with you.

    • Firenomad

      5 years ago

      Greetings. Been a long time but I wanted to see how you had been doing.

      • Morsus

        5 years ago

        Yeah, I'm glad you caught me too.

      • Firenomad

        5 years ago

        That is kind of scary man, well glad I caught you then.

      • Morsus

        5 years ago

        I know what you mean. Truth be told you may not have heard from me again if not for your comment.

      • Firenomad

        5 years ago

        I'm glad to hear that and glad to see you around. When enough time goes by on RT without seeing someone you can never be sure if you will ever hear from them again.

      • Morsus

        5 years ago

        Well, I gotta make up for lost time somehow haha. It's just good to be back, and the rp is great.

      • Firenomad

        5 years ago

        Indeed, I need to make friends with some crazy rich uncle. Oh and dude I just wanted to say props for your role playing. Hit the ground running and melded with insane darkness without missing a beat.

      • Morsus

        5 years ago

        That's a thing that needs to happen. Hurry up and get rich already.

      • Firenomad

        5 years ago

        If for whatever reason I just become obscenely Bill Gate's rich I think I'll have the Alpha Outpost Blue saga made into a graphic novel or something.

      • Morsus

        5 years ago

        Well, I had to make a scene haha. And yeah, if I could draw, that'd be down.

      • Firenomad

        5 years ago

        I wish I could draw just so there could be a web-comic of your climbing out of the elevator scene.

      • Morsus

        5 years ago

        That would have been my next plan of action, had I not accidentally stumbled upon the weird catch-22 of accessing the gaming forum.

      • Firenomad

        5 years ago

        That... Is the strangest thing. I just figured you checked my group list, went to the Ragnarok group, and then followed the link there.

      • Morsus

        5 years ago

        yeah, I found that when you aren't logged in you can access the gaming forum fine, but when you are logged in it doesn't show it.

      • Firenomad

        5 years ago

        I mean it could be both of our browsers... I just doubt it. I think the first time I tried was three weeks ago, because that is roughly when I got back to the site. Yeah I know, the rp scene of the site was already in decay but this stops even the potential of growth.

        I know how you feel with green team, though I went out of touch a while before they finally ended, just lost too many of the people I enjoyed hanging out with. Glad to see you found the thread.

      • Morsus

        5 years ago

        I saw that you couldn't access the gaming forum actually, but figured it was an error with a plugin on my browser. Interesting to know that it isn't. How long has it been going on? That's something that needs fixing as it will stop anyone new from being able to RP.

        As for the blues, it's good to know they still exist, even if they're in a lull at the moment. I was sad when green team went tits up years back. I've never really been a serious RPer, or rather I'm a serious RPer who RPs not-so-serious characters, but I'd be interested in rejoining the blues for this comeback. Though I would need linking to the thread as I don't currently have a way to access it that I know of.

      • Firenomad

        5 years ago

        Also if you are in a thread and someone posts a new comment it will automatically be uploaded to the page without you having to refresh. Well some of the changes. I don't know a lot about the details but some of the site is just falling apart. You can't see if people are online anymore, the last signed in numbers are usually broken, I can't even access the gaming forum anymore even though I can still get into the threads I already watch.

        Tell me about it, the amount of time and energy that went into the rps here is kind of astounding to me now.

        The blues are in an interesting place I guess you could say. We are on the fifth thread of the series by my count (Not counting the supporting threads that occurred at the same time.) since it went Alpha Outpost Blues, Alpha Outpost 080828, (West Mountain was the first base move that was set on a different planet.) West Mountain Blues, Sigma Outpost Blues, and now the current incarnation named Ragnarok. I'm not really sure where it happened since I frequently took months long breaks from this site but it might have been somewhere in Sigma (I don't know for sure because I was only active for the beginning of that thread and they had moved on by the time I returned.) where the blue saga started taking a turn for the more serious, darker, edgier sort of deal with plots that had our actions effecting the human galaxy beyond just our own base and planet. I'm not really sure, now the newest thread is set on a UNSC destroyer and we're in the middle of a civil war, so the current setting in particular kind of took a sharp turn away from our insane antics in a loony but loveable light and now it is more insane antics in a dark it's war and our actions affect more than us light.

        We've lost a good number of people along the way and the activity is pretty slow recently, but I've been trying to kick up some action so we will see.

        Thoughts? Questions?

      • Morsus

        5 years ago

        That's good to hear. I mean, not the downs, part, but the fact that you're generally good.

        Yeah, this site sure is different, but as you say the changes are for the better. The nostalgia of being here is crazy I mean I used to spend so long here. I gotta say I miss it. How are the blues these days? It's been so long since I've seen them.

      • Firenomad

        5 years ago

        I know right? I wish they had this feature back in the day so I didn't have to look between two different profiles to read a conversation.

        Same for me, no matter how much time goes by I keep getting pulled back in by the nostalgia, that and random rping with the blues.

        I've had some ups and big downs but I've got a pretty good direction to head in for the near future, so I'm doing pretty good.

      • Morsus

        5 years ago

        You know something, I'm great, thanks for asking. It's been quite a while since I was on this site and I miss it. I might just make a comeback. Last time I was here there wasn't even a reply feature on comments, gosh I feel old.

        How are you, dear friend?

    • firebug19

      8 years ago

      There's nothing wrong with that. I've known plenty of really nice people who've been extremely sarcastic. The only thing I regret is that sarcasm doesn't come across very well online. Very hard to infuse written dialogue with sarcasm lol.

    • firebug19

      8 years ago

      Lol. I'm not so bad now, but I used to have a terribly sarcastic sense of humour.

    • firebug19

      8 years ago

      I wouldn't say so smile.png

    • Sekai08

      8 years ago

      "Dr. Zed. So totally not Dr. Ned" I love the humour in the game. Have you seen the posters in the Claptrap Robolution storyline? One has claptrap in 3 colours with "Ch4nge" written under. I lol'd.

      images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRc3oFBb3vTWAbZmunasYW

    • Sekai08

      8 years ago

      Dr. Ned's zombie island DLC

      Been there. Done that. Shot the zombies. bigsmile.png

    • jokersflame

      8 years ago

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    • Jalnor

      8 years ago

      In like Flynn.


      Lolwut?

    • EagleOfTheStar

      8 years ago

      I love the profile picture, it's my favorite bit in the movie!

    • Sekai08

      8 years ago

      Very helpful. Thank you.

    • Nicolai

      8 years ago

      you need a wwtdd picture for the group

    • Zeke

      8 years ago

      Guess what movie made the drive-in cut tonight?

    • cokerocks

      8 years ago

      haha i luv ur pick
      that is one of my alltime favorite zombie movies

    • Jalnor

      9 years ago

      Well, the signups are now closed... once you decide on the roles etc. I'll find/make the threads, make a news article with a player list and PM you the encoded version of the player list. I'll shortly send you the standard messages I send out for the various roles, for you to mess with as you wish wink.png

    • Jalnor

      9 years ago

      Signups are finished for your round; you only got 19 players. Can your game run with that number?

    • Proud_Canuck FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      9 years ago

      Hey, are you still wanting to mod that mafia round?

    • Zeke

      9 years ago

      As a loyal member in our Movie group, the staff wanted to remind you that if you haven't already put us on your watch list you might want to.

      The "Drive-In" is back this season and we'll have something up every other day, so we wouldn't want you to miss out.

      Thanks again,
      group1a77befc3b608d6ed363567685f70e1e4bd

    • johnnyricoMC

      9 years ago

      And 360 Games on demand in the US tend to be between 20$ and 30$. Here they're all 29.99€, with current exchange rates that's a whole lot more.

    • johnnyricoMC

      9 years ago

      In reply to Morsus:

      Yep. MW2's prestige edition technically wasn't allowed to be sold in Belgium due to the arms law prohibiting NVGs. Otherwise the retail price would have been 170€
      I imported it from the UK at £122.49, which at the time was like 135-140€ or something.

    • Angry_Ginger

      9 years ago

      I'd be too

    • Angry_Ginger

      9 years ago

      Jews and Muslims?

    • Angry_Ginger

      9 years ago

      I'm sure there wouldn't be any negative responses

    • Angry_Ginger

      9 years ago

      I still like the bag idea better, that way they can do whatever they want with the bacon

    • Angry_Ginger

      9 years ago

      It's not a british thing, I eat bacon sandwiches. The problem is the sandwich would fall apart in the air.

    • Angry_Ginger

      9 years ago

      I like the bag idea more

    • Angry_Ginger

      9 years ago

      If we threw it at them they'd get bacon grease burns and not want bacon.

    • Angry_Ginger

      9 years ago

      we could give out free bacon samples!

    • Angry_Ginger

      9 years ago

      We should be the spokespersons for bacon

    • Angry_Ginger

      9 years ago

      b/c they're life drags on w/o bacon?

    • Angry_Ginger

      9 years ago

      It could also be a longer life.

    • Angry_Ginger

      9 years ago

      I already consumed it though and there is no more. it makes me sad but life must go on.

    • Angry_Ginger

      9 years ago

      listening to punk rock, digesting bacon.

    • Angry_Ginger

      9 years ago

      wut chu up 2?

    • Angry_Ginger

      9 years ago

      yo homie

    • Jalnor

      9 years ago

      Yo! You voting for a moderator in the group game of Mafia?

    • TheForge

      9 years ago

      not exactly. some of the characters have the same name and powers but it's a different world with a different history.

    • TheForge

      9 years ago

      you are invited to the new SH thread.

    • TheForge

      10 years ago

      Name: Perry Serras

      Code Name: Maine

      Power: Intangibility (The ability to sink into a pocket dimension rendering the user essentially 'not there'. This ability automatically includes Ætherkinetic Flight as the user can control where the pocket dimension is located.), Low level Mind reading (he is able to sense strong emotions, hear loud thoughts, and can tell if you are lying.) and he can detect the location of all physical objects within a 15 meter radius, even when inside his pocket dimension. (He cannot come out of his pocket dimension inside of a solid object as two object cannot occupy the same space.) Standard British Military Black Ops Training.

      Equipment: A silenced M-9 and a long machete-like blade

      Appearance: Wears a long, black cloak, this prevents his face from being seen, however, even if light is shined or the hood pulled down you still cannot see his head as if he is made of shadows.
      Height: 193 cm Weight: 85 Kg
      Maine.jpg

      Date of Birth: 3/14/1996

      Gender: Male

      History: Originally part of the British program to create super soldiers. He had powers grafted onto his body from a British super named Shade, whom he never met. After receiving his powers he decided he didn't have to work for anyone, unless he wanted too, so left the base, as they had no way of stopping him. He is currently works for the Suits but still tends to go his own way.

      Legal Status: former british Black ops with English Citizenship. wanted for going AWOL permanently and for various other crimes.

      Post edited 7/18/09 3:18PM

    • My_Vision

      10 years ago

      okay. sleep well.

    • My_Vision

      10 years ago

      yup! right hereouch

    • My_Vision

      10 years ago

      i gonna look.....

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