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DavidHansen

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  1. Unfortunately for Obsidian, they already burnt that powder. They already confirmed that "all the other content" than the original limerick HAS been vetted.
  2. So I started on Normal, but might restart on Easy just to spend less time caring about stats and more on the story. But I read that difficulty affects number of enemies as well. Does this place you behind on experience? How to recover?
  3. How are higher level spells for Foe-only AoE? I might not have the patience to carefully aim all my AoE spells.
  4. Semi unrelated - looking for some views on Godlike abilities. Are they worth it for giving up headgear?
  5. Visitors, note my summary on page 2: http://forums.obsidian.net/topic/75387-controversial-limerick-discussion-2/?p=1632465 . This is going nowhere because all has been said.
  6. Also this thread is totally off topic by now, as everything that can be said on it has been said.
  7. Link? fixed: http://i.imgur.com/2k5C7dV.jpg it might seem to be silly jokes, but it's all like that, and not jokingly Even if I bought into the way it's been framed it is obviously hyperbole to call her a sociopathic monster (and dehumanising). Him. Eric. Don't you get it? They get to decide what her name and gender is. Her identity is their property. Whether someone gets to decide what their name and gender is will vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction. Still, anyone else gets to have a view on this, like they get to have a view on everything else. If
  8. Link? fixed: http://i.imgur.com/2k5C7dV.jpg it might seem to be silly jokes, but it's all like that, and not jokingly Even if I bought into the way it's been framed it is obviously hyperbole to call her a sociopathic monster (and dehumanising). I disagree that it's hyperbole. I think it's perfectly descriptive and very warranted. Still, anyone can form their own opinion on it by looking at the posts.
  9. Could have saved us a lot of trouble just saying that you were a transphobe instead of dressing it up in that whole freedom of speech cloak. Please avoid calling people "transphobe" for reacting negatively to "kill all men". Are you going to keep pretending or are you going to admit that this is what it is? That's not hatred of all transsexuals. It's hatred of a single transsexual, which is very warranted. Hating a gay person does not make you homophobic, unless you hate all gay people. So it's his (and your) right to decide if someone is really
  10. Link? fixed: http://i.imgur.com/2k5C7dV.jpg it might seem to be silly jokes, but it's all like that, and not jokingly
  11. Could have saved us a lot of trouble just saying that you were a transphobe instead of dressing it up in that whole freedom of speech cloak. Please avoid calling people "transphobe" for reacting negatively to "kill all men". Are you going to keep pretending or are you going to admit that this is what it is? That's not hatred of all transsexuals. It's hatred of a single transsexual, which is very warranted. Hating a gay person does not make you homophobic, unless you hate all gay people.
  12. Could have saved us a lot of trouble just saying that you were a transphobe instead of dressing it up in that whole freedom of speech cloak. Please avoid calling people "transphobe" for reacting negatively to "kill all men".
  13. Brief rundown of events 1) Someone posted on Twitter that a particular poem in the game was "transmisogynistic". It was then retweeted by a journalist (?), and Obsidian responded to both that they would look into it. Now, the person who originally tweeted that complaint consistently comes across as a sociopathic monster in her tweets. So maybe Obsidian should not have treated a tweet from a person like that seriously. On the other hand, Obsidian couldn't necessarily know that this person was like that. 2) A poll was run on the boards showing that 98% of something like 100 particip
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