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    Wednesday, 5th June, 2019, 03:55 AM
    I'm reading Autonomous by Annalee Newitz, co-founder of io9 magazine. I like it it, but it could be so much more. Transgender robots and biological property deserve more.
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    Tuesday, 28th May, 2019, 07:43 PM
    I just finished Iron Sunrise by Charles Stross. It is a space Opera in a post-singularity universe. Space nazis are the baddies and the plot is interesting, as the space nazis are trying to prevent the birth of a god-like AI distributed accross time, and see to the birth of their god-like AI. Not Stross' best work, which is excusable as it's his early work, but the beginning and end are fun. ...
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    Monday, 20th May, 2019, 02:32 AM
    That is not a counter argument. It is a sound.
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    Monday, 20th May, 2019, 02:31 AM
    You've never watched Games of Thrones it seems. It explains a lot. So you''d be ok with people cheering the pretend rape of Sansa? That tells me a lot about who you are. That is pretend doesn't matter. It is just moving the goal post. People are shocked by immoral behavior, when they cheered for the same immoral behavior a few seasons ago. It is a reflection of their moral values. MArtin...
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    Friday, 17th May, 2019, 06:09 PM
    So why do people are calling Dany's killing of the fake people of King's Landing immoral? When she committed mass murder before? She has been a murderous despot for quite some time now. With audiences cheering. The answer is simple. In real life, like in fiction, people are ok with killing people who aren't of their perceived "tribes". Now audiences are shocked that a mass murderer killed...
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    Friday, 17th May, 2019, 02:31 PM
    Hello strawman.
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    Friday, 17th May, 2019, 02:30 PM
    People cheered at Dany's mass crucifixions. True story. It’s a reflection of people's values and the values of our societies. Nobody cheered the rape of Sansa. Some people cheered Dany's mass crucifixions, murders by fire or by starvation. It means that in our societies it is not morally acceptable to publically condomn rape (even if some guys do praise it in some dark corner of the...
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    Friday, 17th May, 2019, 02:17 PM
    And yet some People are upset Dany burn some people. It is like I'm talking to them.
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Monday, 10th December, 2018

  • 06:34 AM - Hussar mentioned Kramodlog in post Review Dragon Heist, Mad Mage, and Ravnica!
    I agree. Ravnica's campaign guide is objectivaly bad for a campaign setting, but you know D&D is good. It reminds me of how people defended the quality fo 4e products and we all know how that ended. Case in point. :D Thank you for being willing to be such a clear demonstration Kramodlog. It does make it much easier.

Thursday, 23rd March, 2017

  • 01:31 PM - Blue mentioned Kramodlog in post What are you reading? [March 2017]
    Kramodlog wow, those are remarkably similar. Like, what are the odds that was coincidental? Just went to dig a bit and found this: http://io9.gizmodo.com/amazon-pulls-castalia-house-book-for-ripping-off-john-s-1793533638 A choice excerpt: There’s a reason Beale made a cover that looks exactly like Scalzi’s, and it’s not to ride his coattails. This is all part of Beale’s longstanding feud (or obsession) with Scalzi, who hasn’t shied away from criticizing him in the past. Beale has long considered himself Scalzi’s literary rival, even though they’re on completely different levels of success. Beale has said and done questionable and offensive things to perpetuate that rivalry, including accusing Scalzi of rape because of a satirical article he wrote in 2012.

Monday, 26th October, 2015


Wednesday, 14th October, 2015

  • 02:33 PM - Sadras mentioned Kramodlog in post Christian Persecution vs Persecuted Christians
    Yes, that would be why I very specifically stated, "...there must at the very least be a full admission of events." Right, I missed that line. "Islamic history", or "history"? I would say the latter. After all, do we refer to the systemic subjugation of Jews in Europe as "Christian History", or just "history"? This isn't hair splitting but rather pointing out a specific inequity in phrasing, that is aimed at supporting a premise. Islamic. I'm referring to situations where Islam played (in some still plays) a major role in the policies utilised and actions of the government or people at the time against Non-Muslims. I know they have their own in-fighting but I was not addressing that part of the discussion with regards to Islamophobia with @goldomark.

Tuesday, 13th October, 2015

  • 11:43 PM - Sadras mentioned Kramodlog in post Christian Persecution vs Persecuted Christians
    @goldomark sadly I had a full reply, but it got lost in the submission. I will answer back when I have time available. But I will address one of your's and @Ryujin's comments: As @Ryujin said, there are lots of Imams and Muslims who spoke on such matters. But as you said to him, there aren't enough for you. There will never be enough for you. Very dramatic. You know the people who are lumping Muslims together don't listen to NPR ;) The Muslims of Turkey need to acknowledge the Armenian Persecution and make reparations. The Muslims of Egypt need to acknowledge the injustices against the Copts and make reparations. The Muslims of Pakistan and Bangladesh need to acknowledge their atrocities against the Hindu and Shieks and make reparations...list goes on, including the 200 or so girls that were kidnapped in Nigeria. At least the memes with the ridiculous Michelle Obama were funny. This is very much similar to how South Africa acknowledged the atrocities under the Apartheid Regime, establi...
  • 11:42 PM - Sadras mentioned Kramodlog in post Christian Persecution vs Persecuted Christians
    double post

Thursday, 3rd September, 2015

  • 09:06 PM - Lhorgrim mentioned Kramodlog in post You can now get a citation for making direct eye contact with a cop
    goldomark, 8 years is incredibly long for a criminal case here. Almost unheard of. I could see a civil case dragging on that long maybe. Here a judge decides bond, and if you make it you're out until trial date. A prosecutor can review the charges and drop them before court if they don't feel it's a good case. Generally officers have immunity if they make a bad arrest, as long as they acted in good faith. I take you in for DUI because you were weaving and had balance issues. I don't smell alcohol but believe you are on prescription meds. You bring a doctor's statement to the prosecutor or to court and show that you have a medical condition that mimics intoxication. Charges are dropped, but the officer isn't charged because the arrest met a reasonableness standard. However, if I stop you and you exhibit no indicators of impaired driving and I arrest you anyway, then I could be charged with false arrest. More likely you would go for a civil payout and try to get the city's insurance t...

Monday, 17th August, 2015

  • 06:33 AM - Hussar mentioned Kramodlog in post The Confederate Flag
    Y'know, it's kinda funny. I work in Japan, teaching English and have done so for a long time. I work at the local Nissan factory here in Kyushu, from time to time. Now, Nissan is owned, at least a large part of it is, by Renault, a French company. The CEO of Nissan is French. Yet, all my students study English. Why would that be? You'd think in a French company, where the local workers have never studied French, they'd be pushing French language studies. Could it be because English is the Lingua Franca of business and the rest of the world is spending billions of dollars on English language education? When a French, German and Japanese businessman sit down together, you can pretty much guarantee that they are speaking English. goldomark made a point that speaking English at work is discriminatory. No, it isn't. Everyone has an equal opportunity to learn English and do business. It would be discriminatory if other languages were accepted, but not French. But, that's not the is...
  • 01:01 AM - Hussar mentioned Kramodlog in post The Confederate Flag
    Look, goldomark, what I've never understood about the separatist movement is this: What do you expect to gain from a separate Quebec? How do you figure that a separate Quebec will be better off than one within confederation? How will a cash strapped newly-independent Quebec stop the Americans from turning you into a giant theme park?

Friday, 14th August, 2015

  • 03:22 AM - Hussar mentioned Kramodlog in post The Confederate Flag
    As I said before, reconciliation not reparation. goldomark's points would carry a lot more water if you didn't have New Brunswick, right next to Quebec, which is a fully integrated, bilingual province with French and English given equal protections and rights. No one complains about New Brunswick being French. And as far as repression or racism goes, Quebec has pretty much everything it ever asked for. It's own police force, it's own legal system (distinct from the rest of Canada), every one of their laws is protected by the Constitution (mostly because a very short time after the Constitution was written in the early 1980's, Quebec invoked the Notwithstanding Clause and made every Quebec law exempt from the Canadian Constitution), there is no barrier to French Canadians getting jobs or education anywhere in Canada, and all of this is paid for in part by the rest of Canada. And, if you want to talk about people making fun of Quebec, umm, what province is exempt from that? Never hea...

Thursday, 13th August, 2015

  • 01:38 AM - Hussar mentioned Kramodlog in post The Confederate Flag
    Just to add a point about the hostility between have and have not provinces. goldomark, there's another reason you don't see quite as open hostility towards, say, Eastern Canada or Manitoba as you do with Quebec. Those places aren't actively trying to break up the country every twenty years and then spending the next twenty years stirring the pot so we can spend another couple of years and hundreds of millions of dollars on yet another failed attempt to leave the country. Nor have those parts of Canada seen terrorists laying pipe bombs and murdering politicians. So, there is a bit of history there that does change how Quebec gets viewed. There is some residual hostility from that.
  • 01:20 AM - Hussar mentioned Kramodlog in post The Confederate Flag
    Yeah, sorry, that took a left turn. Although the idea of racism and ethnic conflict is still there. Rolling this back around. What is needed isn't reparations necessarily but reconciliation. How do the groups figure out how to come together and work past what happened in the past? And make sure that it isn't continuing in the present. It's August, so, here in Japan, we're obviously talking a lot about the war and the bombs. But, it's a very different conversation. Not a pleasant one to be sure, but not really... hostile. For example, Truman's grandson is in Japan. One thing he gets asked about frequently is if he should apologise for what his grandfather did. His answer was pretty clear; what would be the point of apology? Would it resolve anything? Would it help? Better to spread information about the events, so that both sides can try to learn from the experience and move on. And, from the reaction from the Japanese people, that seems to be the right answer. It's not about...

Thursday, 6th August, 2015

  • 07:37 PM - doctorhook mentioned Kramodlog in post Character Narratives Preview from PRIMEVAL THULE
    For Montreal, yeah that sounds about right.lol Yeah, goldomark's posts made a lot more sense to me once I looked at his/her location. The extra abilities are flavorful, but I think 5E characters are powerful enough as is. The per encounter abilities are definitely 5E, more 4E really.I think it's just the language; "cannot use this ability again until you take a short or long rest" is 5E's "once per encounter". I don't know that I like the mixing of backgrounds and combat abilities--it's way too open to abuse.
  • 06:08 PM - doctorhook mentioned Kramodlog in post Character Narratives Preview from PRIMEVAL THULE
    goldomark @Desalus steeldragons "Thule" sounds weird...but not any weirder than "Krynn" or "Oerth" or "Eberron" to me (and I love Eberron). It's just a strange set of sounds for my English tongue, and I'm not used to it yet. Looks like a cool setting though; I'll kick that starter.

Wednesday, 3rd June, 2015

  • 04:33 PM - Hussar mentioned Kramodlog in post So, 5e OGL
    See, I'm not sure if that's fair goldomark. I think that perception is a bit... biased. I look at EN World's Reviews of WOTC's adventures, and I get 19 products. Only three of those 19 are ranked at around 50% approval. Seven are ranked at over 80%. Just about half. Not a bad bunch of reviews really. But, for some reason, people insist that WOTC has such a bad reputation for adventures. I'm not really sure that that's warranted to be honest. It's more that WOTC just, for a long time, was never really interested in producing adventures. But, several seasons of organised play later, I'm thinking they've got their game together.

Friday, 1st May, 2015

  • 07:02 PM - redrick mentioned Kramodlog in post [UPDATED] Dragon+: An Official D&D iOS App
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  • 04:46 PM - SkidAce mentioned Kramodlog in post [UPDATED] Dragon+: An Official D&D iOS App
    Mistwell and goldomark , please let this thread be... I may agree/disagree with various points, but not here, not again?
  • 12:38 PM - Mercurius mentioned Kramodlog in post [UPDATED] Dragon+: An Official D&D iOS App
    While I'm glad this is out, goldomark has a point. From a cursory scan through the product it reminds me a bit of the "WotC Presents" and the "Dungeon Survival Guide" that came out betwen 3.5 and 4E - more of a product about products than an actual product of content. But here's the other thing: maybe this is fine. D&D really needs a "town crier," a kind of central location for the community to get news and little tid-bits to encourage interest. Maybe Dragon+ can be that. I personally am not thrilled about what I've seen so far - it does seem like more of an advertisement and doesn't have the "warm and fuzzy" feeling that the print mag had, but it is something. But here's the best thing of all: That it is, and that we didn't know about it until it was available to us. That implies that there are more surprises in store, or at least their could be. And that feeling of "could be" is a spark of magic all on its own.

Saturday, 25th April, 2015

  • 03:29 AM - Hussar mentioned Kramodlog in post The Realms WILL Be Updated!
    So, goldomark and Shasarak, in a thread that has nothing to do with cancelled products, your reason for bringing up Mearls' tweet was what?


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Friday, 14th June, 2019

  • 06:28 PM - doctorbadwolf quoted Kramodlog in post Chaotic Good Is The Most Popular Alignment!
    In my experience Chaotic Neutral is the evilest evil but your DM said you weren't allowed to be evil. I usually ban it in my games, as well as evil, unless I'm deliberately accommodating evil characters. I've rarely ever seen the "evil" side of CN, and only ever from players that were disruptive no matter what they played. The CN characters I've seen have tended to just be motivated by people and what they want in life, without directly thinking or caring much about broad morality or cosmic scales. Not surprise. CB is flexible morality. You wanna be good, but still able to kill that dude you do not like. Sometimes it's that. Usually it's a morality that is based on something like "hurting people for selfish reasons is bad, as has to be opposed", rather than "XYZ specific actions are Evil". That is, violence isn't good or evil, the results of violence are good or evil. If the result of me killing the dragon is that it stops killing villagers because they can't afford to bring it as many cows ...

Friday, 24th May, 2019


Monday, 20th May, 2019

  • 05:31 AM - Maxperson quoted Kramodlog in post GAME OF THRONES SEASON 8--Final Run-- Part 5
    So you''d be ok with people cheering the pretend rape of Sansa? That tells me a lot about who you are. If you think you can tell anything about me based on how I look at pretend, you're deluding yourself. That is pretend doesn't matter. It is just moving the goal post. People are shocked by immoral behavior, when they cheered for the same immoral behavior a few seasons ago. It is a reflection of their moral values. MArtin tried to show that, but it is going over your head. No lesson is learn what so ever. If you really can't tell the difference between reality and pretend...

Sunday, 19th May, 2019

  • 10:08 PM - Maxperson quoted Kramodlog in post GAME OF THRONES SEASON 8--Final Run-- Part 5
    So why do people are calling Dany's killing of the fake people of King's Landing immoral? Because people are often wrong. When she committed mass murder before? She has never committed mass murder. She has pretended to on T.V., though. The answer is simple. In real life, like in fiction, people are ok with killing people who aren't of their perceived "tribes". The answer is simple, and it has nothing whatsover to do with real life. The answer is because T.V. is pretend and it's fun. My only consolation is that I'll get to say "I told you so". If all goes wrong of course. Dude. I don't know where you've been, but it has already gone wrong and it had nothing to do with cheering pretend killing.

Saturday, 18th May, 2019

  • 02:09 PM - Morrus quoted Kramodlog in post Paizo's Kingmaker Crowdfunding Campaign Extended
    Two weeks? Odd choice as it reduce money intake. Lack of experience doing crowd funding? Quickstarters are a big thing these days, and typically it doesn’t greatly affect the funding total. The sense of urgency adds incentive. In fact, the opposite is often true — long Kickstarters can do worse; 40 day Kickstarters do worse than 30 day ones, for example.

Friday, 17th May, 2019

  • 11:40 PM - MarkB quoted Kramodlog in post GAME OF THRONES SEASON 8--Final Run-- Part 5
    Hello strawman. So why do people are calling Dany's killing of the fake people of King's Landing immoral? When she committed mass murder before? She has been a murderous despot for quite some time now. With audiences cheering. The answer is simple. In real life, like in fiction, people are ok with killing people who aren't of their perceived "tribes". Now audiences are shocked that a mass murderer killed people of the "right tribe". Thing is, despots kill people of the "right tribe" more than people of the "naughty tribes". But clearly the lesson isn't learn. All disatisfaction is put on bad writting instead of people doing some soul searching and asking themselves if they do not favor immoral behavior and authoritarianism. My only consolation is that I'll get to say "I told you so". If all goes wrong of course. Hmm.
  • 02:58 PM - Maxperson quoted Kramodlog in post GAME OF THRONES SEASON 8--Final Run-- Part 5
    People cheered at Dany's mass crucifixions. True story. None of those were real. True story. It’s a reflection of people's values and the values of our societies. Nobody cheered the rape of Sansa. Some people cheered Dany's mass crucifixions, murders by fire or by starvation. It means that in our societies it is not morally acceptable to publically condomn rape (even if some guys do praise it in some dark corner of the internet), but that praising murder is ok. And it is the case because people are ok with murder, as Sadras said so himself in this thread. Well, this what being ok with murder by a politician really means. Cheering fiction in no way reflects any true value of society. Cheering fictional crucifixions doesn't in any way indicate that someone would cheer a real one. You are comparing apples and oranges, and it just doesn't work.
  • 02:25 PM - MarkB quoted Kramodlog in post GAME OF THRONES SEASON 8--Final Run-- Part 5
    And yet some People are upset Dany burn some people. It is like I'm talking to them. And ascribing real-world consequences to their opinions about fictional people.

Thursday, 16th May, 2019

  • 01:20 PM - Maxperson quoted Kramodlog in post GAME OF THRONES SEASON 8--Final Run-- Part 5
    I'm talking about the audience of the show. They cheered when Dany killed people. They cheered mass murder and torture by a despote. It should be a lesson. Despotes are poopie. We should condamn them. The same people who cheered when Dany commited mass murder on Essos are now shocked she commits mass murder on Westeros. Shame on them for their double standards and their support of murderous despotes. I hope they learn something. We should stop cheering at characters who serve murder as a form of justice. Murderers are bad people. Nobody cheered mass murder(at least not pertaining to Game of Thrones). It's a show. It's all pretend. And nobody should be condemned for cheering something pretend on TV.
  • 08:07 AM - Sadras quoted Kramodlog in post GAME OF THRONES SEASON 8--Final Run-- Part 5
    I'm sure you do not find murder and killing to be immoral. This is how we get wars, terrorism, torture, police abuse, etc. People find human death and suffering acceptable when its not them who are affected by it. That is a bit of a stretch but ok exaggeration is your game.

Wednesday, 15th May, 2019

  • 06:34 PM - MarkB quoted Kramodlog in post GAME OF THRONES SEASON 8--Final Run-- Part 5
    I'm sure you do not find murder and killing to be immoral. This is how we get wars, terrorism, torture, police abuse, etc. People find human death and suffering acceptable when its not them who are affected by it. Bear in mind that this is a work of fiction. It's not just us who aren't the ones getting murdered - literally nobody is.
  • 05:50 PM - Imaculata quoted Kramodlog in post GAME OF THRONES SEASON 8--Final Run-- Part 5
    Dany will still be a murderous despot in the books. Oh, almost guaranteed. But I think George RR Martin will make the transition a bit more smooth, character motivated and logical, instead of the abrupt character assassination that we got this season... that is, if he ever finishes Winds of Winter and then some more books... which seems unlikely. It's not Dany's turn that I have a problem with. It is how it is presented in the show, which made little sense. Though I think this is an issue that could have easily been remedied in the editing room (just like Euron's magical fleet appearing out of nowhere).
  • 01:06 PM - Maxperson quoted Kramodlog in post GAME OF THRONES SEASON 8--Final Run-- Part 5
    Satisfying has nothing to do with morality. People cheering for immoral behavior open the door to what Dany did. Mass murder. That is the true face of a despote who thinks they have sovereignty over people's lives. As long as people cheer immoral behavior and despote, immoral behavior will continue and despote will rule. They shouldn't be surprised. Of course, no person will be learn by the masses today. Your cheering at murder is a testament to that. I don't remember the people cheering at immoral behavior. I do remember them cheering at the punishment of immoral behavior, though. They cheered when the traitor Ned Stark was beheaded. It wasn't their fault they were lied to about what he did. They believed he was immoral and cheered appropriately. They also cheered when the immoral Queen Cersei walked the walk of shame, also punishment of immoral behavior. What immoral behavior did they cheer?
  • 12:46 PM - Sadras quoted Kramodlog in post GAME OF THRONES SEASON 8--Final Run-- Part 5
    Satisfying has nothing to do with morality. People cheering for immoral behavior open the door to what Dany did. Mass murder. That is the true face of a despote who thinks they have sovereignty over people's lives. As long as people cheer immoral behavior and despote, immoral behavior will continue and despote will rule. They shouldn't be surprised. Of course, no person will be learn by the masses today. Your cheering at murder is a testament to that. To be clear, I'm not condoning mass murder, but neither am I supporting your stance that all killing is bad or immoral.
  • 09:36 AM - Imaculata quoted Kramodlog in post GAME OF THRONES SEASON 8--Final Run-- Part 5
    The series still suck because it was rushed, and this is why people will take no lesson from Dany's murderous rage (it is what dictators do, so stop cheering for them). But there is a lesson here. Murderous is not the solution. Stop asking and cheering for it. If there is anything to be learned here, it is how important George RR Martin's writing was to the success of the show... without that backbone, the show stumbles towards the finish line in a hurry.
  • 09:34 AM - Sadras quoted Kramodlog in post GAME OF THRONES SEASON 8--Final Run-- Part 5
    I love the end of this series. It gives what people want (murder as justice) and yet they are not satisfied. Dany has been torturing, burning and crucifying people for years. And fans have been cheering on. Desiring those murders. Cause they didn't have a problem with murder as justice. People cheer for dictators, murderous or not, all the time. Like in Batman: The Dark Knight. They cheer for a vigilante who builds a surveillance state. The series still suck because it was rushed, and this is why people will take no lesson from Dany's murderous rage (it is what dictators do, so stop cheering for them). But there is a lesson here. Murderous is not the solution. Stop asking and cheering for it. If Batman actually ended the Joker the 2nd, 3rd, xth time he caught him, one might see a significant decrease in victims every time the super-villain escapes from the asylum. Not buying this 'let live' crap. I'm pretty sure everyone was satisfied with the killing of Ramsay and Joffrey.

Friday, 12th April, 2019

  • 02:02 AM - Blue quoted Kramodlog in post What are you Reading? Agleam April 2019 edition
    Charles Stross has an explaination for series on his blog. Money. If the two first novels of a series reach a certain amount of sale, the series can go on indefinately as there will be people who buy any book that comes out in the series. Stand alone novels are thus less profitable. Stross basically says he canned three series (Eschaton, Freyaverse, halthing state) after the first two novels of the series didn't reach critical sales. *guiltily hides the Charles Stross series he's reading because he buys all of the Laundry series*

Thursday, 11th April, 2019

  • 03:42 PM - Ralif Redhammer quoted Kramodlog in post What are you Reading? Agleam April 2019 edition
    Money absolutely has much to do with this. Heck, it goes back to even the Penny Dreadfuls. The publishers are probably putting no small amount of pressure on the writers to write these sprawling series. Which probably just makes things even worse as they choke on writing that next volume. But these 6-10 book series of 600+ page books invariably suffer for it, I think. Even the Malazan Book of the Fallen series, which is a favorite of mine, and actually finished, saw some of its quality slipping as it shuddered under its own weight and fast turnaround in the twelve years it took to finish. Anyway, I finished re-reading Myth Directions. It's been fun revisiting these childhood favorites. One thing I didn't realize back when I first read it, was the whole Jahk = Jock joke. But in my defense, I was nine or ten at the time! I started reading Seth Skorkowsky's Mountain of Daggers short story collection. He has some great gaming advice videos on YouTube (though my favorite is probably the Scot...

Tuesday, 9th April, 2019

  • 07:14 PM - trappedslider quoted Kramodlog in post What are you Reading? Agleam April 2019 edition
    I read it a few years ago. It is a pretty bad novel. It is an ad for rail guns and the zumwalt warship by defense consultants. The premice is interesting, China attacks the US and wins because X, Y and Z, but the execution, the characters, the plot are all pretty terrible. the writing is weak,i'd give it 3 out of 5.


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