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  1. I finished season 1. And the bad guys using a computer program to detect which of the girls were Sailors, because how else would you do it?
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  2. Active as most Obsidian devs are here in this forum, wouldn't we have suspected something if they were working on Vampire?
    3 points
  3. To mirror the authentic Bloodlines(TM) experience, Obsidian will develop the first two acts, and Bethesda will develop the final two acts.
    2 points
  4. Maybe your zoom froze? Have you tried appearing as a cat?
    2 points
  5. Scrolls that impactful also have ridiculously short recovery times. I actually hate it when consumables copy the effects of class abilities. If I had to decide consumables would do something entirely different than abilities. Scrolls are way too good still. It's a pain to balance I assume, too.
    1 point
  6. Damn, @BoeroerI just responded at the same time
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  7. In order to combine melee with casting nothing beats Helwalker as second class imo. But there's no special freeze/corrode stuff there - only shock and burn. But +15 MIG, +10 INT, +2 INT and +12 ACC from the Monk's side are very, very good. As second class that can specialize in Decay, freeze and corrode there's the Druid of course. Druids have the fitting spells - and for melee you could use Spiritshift. With Wildstrike Freeze or Corrode I guess. You can also pick Secrets of Rime and Spirit of Decay then (like Wizard below). Wizard has some nice, fitting spells, too. Like Draining T
    1 point
  8. I like Skyrim for what it is. I hate their take on Fallout. Morrowind is probably the best game they made. Yet it doesn't change the fact that their quest design is always shallow and mostly about having you trek over the whole worldmap time and time again while you experience their randomly slapped together theme park game worlds.
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  9. I mean, if Obsidian would do it, at least we would get a finished game. My only issue is that the last couple Obsidian games were all playing it super safe when it comes to quest complexity, to the point that everything feels predictable. So ... without having played a vampire game by Obsidian, I kinda already feel like I know how it would play. /Edit: I just saw the Bethsoft thing above and .... lolno. No. God... no. lol. No. Stop it. How the hell would Bethesda be a better choice for "complexity" when all Bethsoft games are known for being shallow as duck.
    1 point
  10. So you mean experience with buggy games, right?
    1 point
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  12. Ahh, the good old Epic40K days (the first Games Workshop game I played like 30 years ago). Our resident Imperial Guard player had 3 squadrons of Baneblades, Shadowswords and other super heavies (we played large armies back then, sometimes fielding 20000 points a side in a battle). Still no match for my Ork army on a day where Gork and Mork favoured my dice rolls. On a bad day... I wiped my own army in my own first turn without the opponent ever firing a shot
    1 point
  13. Controversial Stem Cell Therapy Has Helped Repair Injured Spinal Cords in 13 Patients.
    1 point
  14. I've been waiting for the Australien Government to release an official YT video on the Facebook news hubbub. NSFW and all that
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  15. I have no idea how accurate the rumors are but some people on the /r/vtmb have latched onto talks between Paradox and Microsoft as a sign that Obsidian or Bethesda might have taken over development. Although my guess this is mostly wistful thinking more than anything else.
    1 point
  16. My girlfriend's fever broke and she's feeling better, plus the COVID test came back negative! Unfortunately today she got notified that she had been exposed to someone who had tested positive while going to the doctor to get tested so the plans to meet in-person have been put-off until she tests negative again (ideally without any additional exposure incidents). I'm sure the irony of what happened will be amusing down the line but at the moment it's more frustrating than anything else.
    1 point
  17. @Zoraptor would it surprise you, if I told you it's easier for me to follow AJ English than AJ Arabic?
    1 point
  18. Was wondering how much coke he was on before I got to the emeritus part. Our emeritus prof used his security to verbally abuse us all "Why are you here instead of community college?" "This equation's virtue is AMPERE'S LAW YOU HOMUNCULI" "Asking me that question shows you are too stupid to be taking this course" Was good fun. As he's telling us we're ignorant trogolodytes barely worthy of life, everyone's just staring ahead immune to it all
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  20. One of the more memorable professors I had brought a box of meter sticks to class so he could whack them against the lecturn, the table, the rails for the lecture hall and the walls for emphasis. When he broke one, he'd just pull out another and keep whacking. He was also known for climbing over the chairs of the lecture hall to pick on people if no one volunteered an answer. He started the lecture by throwing the book we were using into the garbage and then throwing the garbage can against the wall. He was already a professor emeritus at that point, he just taught to have fu
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  21. I imagine its a bit like me talking about anything from the 1980s. Like watching a modern show that is supposed to be set in the 1980s and complaining about how they've mashed the late-80s and early-80s styles in an unrealistic fashion. It just still seems so recent and vibrant for me. As an aside, I was in college and asked my mom to tape Batman: The Animated Series for me so I didn't miss any episodes. Luckily she liked the show too. Except she got annoyed when they kept showing repeats and she'd set the tape up to tape and felt she'd wasted her time. If only I knew then I cou
    1 point
  22. I haven't played Exodus yet, but I enjoyed both 2033 and Last Light well enough. Metro's biggest failing is that it's not as good as S.T.A.L.K.E.R., but, well, nothing is.
    1 point
  23. Bethesda and Larian are some of the worst ideas I've seen kicked around. Problem is that I can't even think of a studio I'd want to handle it. I guess Obsidian would be okay but I also some some big doubts about them too.
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  24. AJ English is not religious, or at least not overtly so but their more in depth world coverage tends to focus a lot more news of situations where muslims specifically are being oppressed and gloss over 'bad' Muslim stories. Unlike the vast majority of Arab media they're not overtly anti Iran and anti Shia, but definitely as part of Qatari political positions- eg they cover Bahrain and Saudi executing Shia for political reasons because it's politically embarrassing for those countries, not out of a sense of outrage. OTOH, Al Jazeera Arabic is hardline sectarian garbage which will happily
    0 points
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