1) An narrow opening and vunerable area in one's armor that the opponent will usually aim for. This term relies on "chink" in the sense of "a crack or gap," a meaning dating from about 1400 and used figuratively since the mid-1600s. 2) A figurative term for a one's weakness, largest flaw or their prevention of success. 1) Because of the chink in the armor of Sir Lancelot, his opponent was able to break past his defense and inflict a dangerous flesh wound. 2) We would have aced this presentation if Leo wasn't in our group. He didn't study at all, he's the chink in the armor.
@Demoskinos is wondering aloud about the logical inconsistencies Jeff displayed in his criticism of Reckoning, when those same criticisms could be levied against Skyrim. Hardly anything to be dismissive about.
And guess who reviewed it? Brad. I bet Jeff would of given it a 3/5. There was a list someone compiled that said Brad gave out the most 5 star reviews last year.
and how would you know if Jeff would have given it a 3