I'm about to move to a place where the only internet option that isn't Dial Up is 50 dollars a month for a 20gb monthly cap. Fuck the internet in this country, goddamn.
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@bisonhero: On the one hand, Hank's death in the desert was depressing and shitty. On the other, if he hadn't stopped to gloat and hadn't called Marie to tell her about what a badass he was for catching Walt, he might have been able to get out of there instead of getting cornered and gunned down. Dude let his ego take over and got shot for it, which sucks, but... well, he was kinda asking for it. Who arrests an infamous druglord in the desert without telling anyone where you'll be and decides sticking around at the scene even longer is a good idea?!
What I wanna know is why a nighstick/Tonfa is illegal. If it's okay for the cops to nonlethally defend themselves/apprehend suspects with, I don't see why a person couldn't have one for self defense. It's surely got to be better than walking around with a gun or a knife, right?
I've kind of always been interested in Tabletop RPGs, but I live in a town so small we don't even have a store for games, much less tabletop games. As much as I've wanted to get involved with that sort of thing, I'm not one for webcams or mics or things like that, and it just seems like it'd be hard to get into with a purely typing-based mode of communication.
I'm probably going to mess with it for a while. A lot of the changes seem pretty significant, and hell, It's been a while since I made myself a big dumb in-game fortress/castle/what-have-you. I wonder if I can kick the enemies out of one of those pyramids and use that...
It's from David Cage, and after Heavy Rain and Inigo Prophecy my only expectation is that this game will continue the trend of being shit. There are very few games I can say I actually hate, but Heavy Rain and Indigo Prophecy definitely make that list.
If you've finished the game, you've figured out by now that the Duke took the deal the Dragon offered him. The price for his becoming ruler and the Dragon leaving for a while was, as it is for you, the love of his life, Lenore; the woman he's calling for in that scene. He's been ruler for quite a while, and the guilt and shame of sacrificing his love has driven him towards madness. It's also likely that Lenore was his Pawn, explaining why he'd forbid Pawns from the grounds of his castle and also why his own pawn is nowhere to be found, even though he's an Arisen like yourself. On top of all that, his problems are compounded by this new bride Aelinore, whose name further reminds him of his deal with the Dragon, and with the Dragon's return to destroy his kingdom. As seen when you talk to him after slaying the Dragon yourself, he's terrified of it, and outright refuses to believe that you or anyone else could possibly have killed it. Quite simply, he's losing his already tenuous grip on sanity for a multitude of reasons as the game goes on. The story can be awfully vague in that game; lots of scenes and characters you can miss entirely, which can make a lot of the story just plain baffling. I still enjoy it quite a bit, though.