astrodoggy's forum posts

#1 Posted by astrodoggy (145 posts) -

I have finally come to the hard realization that I'm never going to have time to play a game like this...

So basically I have a complete edition with brand new key and its just sitting there not being used.

Anyone wanna trade some ps3 games or steam codes?

#2 Posted by astrodoggy (145 posts) -

I've finally come to the hard realization that I have no time for a game as massive and life-consuming as Guild Wars 2. Anyway, I'm well past getting a refund but I have basically a complete edition with key and its going totally unused at the moment....

So... I'd love to trade with someone! Maybe some Steam codes or PS3 game(s)?

#3 Edited by astrodoggy (145 posts) -

I've finally come to the hard realization that I have no time for a game as massive and life-consuming as Guild Wars 2. Anyway, I'm well past getting a refund but I have basically a complete edition with key and its going totally unused at the moment....

So... I'd love to trade with someone! Maybe some Steam codes or PS3 game(s)?

#4 Posted by astrodoggy (145 posts) -

I've finally come to the hard realization that I have no time for a game as massive and life-consuming as Guild Wars 2. Anyway, I'm well past getting a refund but I have basically a complete edition with key and its going totally unused at the moment....

So... I'd love to trade with someone! Maybe some Steam codes or PS3 game(s)?

#5 Posted by astrodoggy (145 posts) -

also, my (bad) username is lylelovinitt.8609 if anyones interested, im on the Kaineng server

#6 Posted by astrodoggy (145 posts) -

ahhhh! exactly what i'm looking for duders. THANKS! More is welcome!

@Dark_Lord_Spam: appreciate this very much! One question, I'm assuming becoming 'under-leveled' means getting to areas in the game without the ability to match their difficulty?

#7 Posted by astrodoggy (145 posts) -

Like, I've never played an MMO, and so I understand the combat and exploration are only a small piece of the entire experience. I tend to drop anything I'm currently doing if an event pops up, but I don't even understand how to engage people and communicate with them in-game.

Basically, I've been running around fighting stuff and helping people, but largely on my own. Need help getting started really. I basically am not even sure what to ask, but I'm pretty sure I'm missing a large part of the game, and I want to really get my money's worth.

#8 Posted by astrodoggy (145 posts) -

Hey ya lil' bombers,

Getting into this game, but I'm really out of my depth. I like it a good bit, but I'm trying to enhance my experience.

So, I'm looking for advice, people to play with, and possibly join a guild.

Anyway, I'll totally be just like this http://i.imgur.com/HDdHa.gif if you could help!

#9 Posted by astrodoggy (145 posts) -

While I don't disagree with the idea of seeking professional help, I don't think that's always the best solution. Here's a couple questions:

1) Have you confided in someone you look up to about this? (talking to just anyone may leave you feeling confused and worse off, at least it did for me when I went through something similar; even if the anyone is a professional)

2) Have you ever tried some form of daily meditation? Even if its just a few minutes a day, reflecting on life and who you are for a small time each day without distractions often helps one find their own answers.

3) If you can muster up the will to surprise yourself in some way (i.e. doing something you normally would NEVER do) you may be able to get out of your head, if just for a time, which is always a good thing.

I don't know you and I'm not a professional, but these are things that really helped me a lot through something very similar... Good luck dude.

#10 Posted by astrodoggy (145 posts) -

@ManU_Fan10ne said:

@InternetCrab said:

Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury (R.I.P). Not too long (179 pages) and is highly entertaining.

this. and the Ender/Bean Sagas.

for the Ender/Bean, i started off with enders game, and then went to the Bean saga (or is it a trilogy, i cant remember), and recently finished the Enders saga. they are pretty good, but at some points, i felts that the author discussed a little too much about religion, and got some parts of what he wrote wrong for some of the religions.

this. Ender's Game specifically is a great and really easy read. Great summer sci-fi book.