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About wolverine1

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  1. You know, it's funny, for as much as you want people to read what you have to say (why else write in purple?), it's pretty clear you read no more than three words of what I actually said. Either that or you're a humorless dolt.
  2. Yes, I'm just trying to have a bit of fun. I don't mean to be offensive or pick your thread out in particular. Glad to see you aren't upset.
  3. I agree. I was very disappointed Skyrim didn't include a fully customizable set of controls. I use the numpad for all my keybindings, so it frustrates me to no end when a game doesn't allow me to use it.
  4. Osvir, yes left handed people were thought to be many negative things in history. In fact, the Latin words for sinister and left handed are either the same thing or one was derived from the other, I can't remember to be honest.
  5. Hello all, I was motivated to post this because of unfair lack of left handed adventures and NPCs in RPGs. As a member of the left handed community, I find it offensive and rude on the parts of game developers that leave out the option to be left handed. It limits the realism and variety in combat and takes out any chance we will ever have at handedness quest lines. Considering all of the other requests that I have seen on this forum, you should find my request no less absurd. If a man can make a request for obesity, there is no reason that the fat man can't also be left handed. Considering the fact that you would most likely not even have the choice to be fat in a medieval society, what with severely limited food supplies and all, I think it is all the more reasonable to include left handedness. Now I admit, this would be no small task for the game developers. I'm asking that a second set of animations get made for everything so that the 7-10% of left handed people can feel good about themselves and not ashamed of their disability. It takes a lot of bravery on my part to even bring this to your attention. I'm sure people will congratulate me heartily for it. If I had a dollar for every time people brought this lack of detail to my attention, I would still be a poor and dollarless man, but I think it should still receive some consideration. Personally, I can't wait to finally have handedness included in combat mechanics. Your thoughts? p.s. I'm as serious as an opera singing ostrich
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