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  1. After finding out where the fruit was hidden, I told Rongi I would consider his request to lie about the fruit. See screenshot for the error that occurred.
  2. Met Mukumu and spoke to him, had the option for a Bleak Walker response even though I was a Beastmaster.
  3. And a typo in the Stalker's Link skill "gain and Accuracy bonus"
  4. And another: when creating a Beastmaster with the Stalker subclass, the Separation Anxiety and Companion Bond skills appeared twice in the skill list.
  5. In attached screens: 1.) a typo for a cipher power ("bonust") 2.) pop-up tooltips getting cut off in 1920x1080 res. 3.) when clicking between monk subclasses, Nalpazca is cut off with no way to scroll down. Scroll bar then appears on Shattered Pillar but disappears when attempting to scroll. 4.) when creating a wild orlan character, I clicked on the hair button and her hair disappeared with no way to restore it.
  6. You're contradicting yourself again with reality. You made the boss analogy, I simply enlightened you as to how it was wrong. If you change something said in jest because it's "offensive", where does it end? Who decides what is okay and what isn't? You? If so, why are you suddenly speaking for me and in effect taking away my liberties of reading the joke. Why do I, as an adult, need another adult to run in front of me waving their hands telling me that what I'm about to read or watch is so offensive that I'm not allowed to even judge it for myself? That's what you're doing and advocating right now. The infantilization of the LGB and transgendered community in particular is disgusting to me. Why are you treating them like children who don't have the common sense to just, skip past reading something that offends them? Why do they need you to defend them when they aren't asking for it, and frankly, don't need it. Obsidian decides because it's their game. And yes, different types of content are held to different standards. This is not controversial. Edit: And you don't have a "right" to read or watch anything. Obsidian can produce whatever content they desire and decided that this content was not appropriate for their game. They didn't take away your right to read it, and insisting they keep it tramples on THEIR rights to decide what is in their game, Your rights end where they intrude on the rights of another. This is your third contradiction, so technically, you're out. You can keep going if you want though. Obsidian did decide. It was in the original game. It wasn't removed until the fake PC hate pandering victimized ragestorm on Twitter, that you self-admittedly are directly contributing to, made it something it wasn't. Obsidian did produce what they desired, and they forced to change it by people like you who feel that your being offended outweighs every other person's right to even BE offended if they so choose wish. You've taken that ability from people to decide for themselves. I know that you're having trouble comprehending this but how isn't that considered the definition of censorship? Obsidian just said, in a post from their CEO today, that they were unhappy with the content and asked the backer to change it. So if you're accusing them of lying, more power to ya. And let's say, for the sake of argument, that they liked it at first but changed their mind when they were criticized. That's still Obsidian making the decision. And I have a hard time calling it censorship unless Obsidian's hand was forced, and I see no evidence of that. They seemed to take the criticism to heart immediately and took steps to correct the issue with their very first patch. Edit: And none of you are in a position to say what her motivations were for complaining. And it hardly matters either way, since there appear to be plenty of people who agree with her regardless. And if she really was looking for attention and this bothers you, I'm sure she's really hurting now that a bunch of nerds decided to go to war over the issue.
  7. Aww a mod said not to be mean. You shouldn't misgender people, though. I do not, I call him what he is. You're a sad, sad person, and I hope you can be a better one someday.
  8. That's simply an absurd, subjective and arbitrary place to draw the line between what is allowed and what isn't. What counts explored or deconstructed to you? To me? To someone on twitter looking for more followers? Unless you buy their story about missing it during the vetting (Just as they missed the gamebanshee.com advertisement and the numerous other not-lore-friendly) then they clearly thought it fit the "tone" of their game until a twitter dust-up - the only reason it's out now is to avoid offending the sensibilities of some people and that's censorship anyway you cut it. I dunno, but I think that a one-off limerick doesn't make the cut, and Obsidian agrees. Yeah, we know this, the question is why, and the only answer you or Obsidian seem interesting in giving is "someone was offended" and that just doesn't seem like the response of someone who has thought much about the issue. Why isn't that enough? What was lost by the change? What do you gain if it were changed back? Why are you so insistent on hurting the feelings of others for no reason?
  9. The only opinion I truly value is my own. And Obsidian's. Because I like their games. Edit: In all seriousness, the calculus I use is simple. It cost the people complaining nothing when this content was changed. And it resulted in others feeling safer and included. Since the cost was minimal (practically non-existent), removing the content is a net gain for the players and Obsidian. I will always err on the side of inclusion in these matters. That's my two cents.
  10. Shame I don't care in this particular case since he wants to kill people like me. Aww a mod said not to be mean. You shouldn't misgender people, though.
  11. That's simply an absurd, subjective and arbitrary place to draw the line between what is allowed and what isn't. What counts explored or deconstructed to you? To me? To someone on twitter looking for more followers? Unless you buy their story about missing it during the vetting (Just as they missed the gamebanshee.com advertisement and the numerous other not-lore-friendly) then they clearly thought it fit the "tone" of their game until a twitter dust-up - the only reason it's out now is to avoid offending the sensibilities of some people and that's censorship anyway you cut it. I dunno, but I think that a one-off limerick doesn't make the cut, and Obsidian agrees.
  12. You're contradicting yourself again with reality. You made the boss analogy, I simply enlightened you as to how it was wrong. If you change something said in jest because it's "offensive", where does it end? Who decides what is okay and what isn't? You? If so, why are you suddenly speaking for me and in effect taking away my liberties of reading the joke. Why do I, as an adult, need another adult to run in front of me waving their hands telling me that what I'm about to read or watch is so offensive that I'm not allowed to even judge it for myself? That's what you're doing and advocating right now. The infantilization of the LGB and transgendered community in particular is disgusting to me. Why are you treating them like children who don't have the common sense to just, skip past reading something that offends them? Why do they need you to defend them when they aren't asking for it, and frankly, don't need it. Obsidian decides because it's their game. And yes, different types of content are held to different standards. This is not controversial. Edit: And you don't have a "right" to read or watch anything. Obsidian can produce whatever content they desire and decided that this content was not appropriate for their game. They didn't take away your right to read it, and insisting they keep it tramples on THEIR rights to decide what is in their game, Your rights end where they intrude on the rights of another.
  13. deadname?Name before she transitioned. Gets hurled at transfolk a lot. Wouldn't it be Birthname? As in the one his parents gave him? It's also considered rude not to use the preferred pronoun. The name her parents gave her.
  14. Prove that they caved in. Put up or shut up. It's really not such a difficult concept. You will never ba able to prove this- This is ridiculous. However... Obsidian makes games and even controlled backer content and helped them with writing as well. Games gets released Some crazy person saw some messages that did upset her even though the meaning is not even clear She calls Obsidian out, she calls for a boycott. a Week or so later Obsidian removed the content with some PR messages behind it. Yeah the chances that they carved in is pretty high for me. I'm not sure it counts as "caving" if you immediately agree with what is proposed and promise to change it. Generally to cave in there has to be a disagreement in the first place. The only reason it took a week is because that's when they released their first major patch.
  15. Can we ammend this to "manchildren"? No, there is only one way to be sure. All men must fall. As a man, I must slay my brothers to give rise to the glorious gynocracy!
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