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Fish Of Doom

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About Fish Of Doom

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    Buenos Aires
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    metal, weight training, philosophy, martial arts, RPGs, space sims, strategy games, reading, etc.
  1. have started wh40k space marine. it is all kinds of awesome :D
  2. i thought stomachs were soft and squishy rather than crunchy. also, i approve of that music, but i prefer this as far as soundtracks go: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tb-gI_pFog0 a better song for farmer's walks has never nor will ever be, ever.
  3. currently playing primordia. very reminiscing of the old lucasarts adventure games, and with several references to other games with similar themes, which i found very amusing. heartily recommended to fans of point and click adventure games :D
  4. *insert trend bucking here* I was ok with Mordin. He went out well, and we'd gotten to know him fairly well. However LEGION I was kind of pissed about. Not because he died, but because we basically didn't get to interact with him all that much. He shows up on one mission, then you have just enough time to get his loyalty up and do that before you end the game in ME2. And ME3 has him pop up only as a non-squaddie who WILL die (in one form or another). Legion is, overall, my favorite character, and showing my bias I am annoyed that he gets so little screen time... especially in comparison to T
  5. this is a false dichotomy. i refuse to vote unless you add 'i like cheese' as an option. or maybe 'richard nixon' and 'a jar of almonds'.
  6. Never licked your fingers or bit your tongue? I find myself rather tasteless Edit: Even if the blood adds a bit of salty flavour to me i actually like the taste of my own blood quite a bit. it's rather sweet, interestingly.
  7. if there were no health risks associated with it, i would eat flesh cultured from my own cells, just so i know how i taste.
  8. I'Ä! I'Ä SHUB NIGGURATH! I'Ä! I'Ä! CTHULHU FTHAGN!
  9. what humanoid said. but more seriously:
  10. as i said, i was just playing also, the shankle is made of win. if i ever got any of his merchandise, it'd probably be the posters. shankle's posters are awesome and would make epic additions to any gym, so maybe when/if i get a home gym.
  11. i tried the demo for amnesia once. i hid in a closet, refused to come out, never played it again. i will anxiously await the release of this game so i can watch LP videos of it on youtube :D
  12. while i doubt that's an actual serious post, i'll play :D i haven't cut my hair in over half a decade and the samson effect still hasn't kicked in. i'll go with the weights. false. no, i do it for fun. few things make me feel as alive as powering through a set of high-rep squats. and if it weren't because i am a rabid anti-theist, the first thing i'd think when i lie on the ground catching my breath is "god, take this barbell and stick it up your ass for giving me growth hormone deficiency". which is incidentally one of the other reasons i exercise, although i was unluc
  13. i am essentially an immersion junkie, and i find that RPGs (well done ones, in any case) tend to lend themselves superbly to immersion. i also enjoy the management aspects in a lot of games, particularly RPG and strategy games, and there's a pretty big escapism element in there, basically inherent to the immersion angle. a well-crafted RPG is essentially an interactive story, so i'd say i like them for the same reasons i like fiction novels and movies, combined with the interactivity element. and if they're intellectually stimulating as well, all the better (planescape: torment cemented in me
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