So the one who gets his heart cut out is not the one surrendering? Just to confirm before I act.
Take care of yourself. I'll continue to run Quinn for you; don't worry about it. Health always comes before gaming. Just let us know how you're doing, but only when you up for it.serious health issues. retaining fluid to the tune of about 45 lbs worth. [20 kg]. caused by a diabetes med with a black box warning.
Oh oh!Scott DeWar said:
Did you get both video games done in one night? Impressive!Next post either Monday or Tuesday. Family stuff today.
EDIT: Sorry I haven't posted yet. I've been obsessing over 2 different video games. Dungeon Siege 2 and an MMORPG called Ragnarok II. I'm hoping to get it done tonight.
Hardly, I tend to play RO2 once in a while and then get away from it. This is the first attempt at DS2.Did you get both video games done in one night? Impressive!
Yes, DS2 is not nearly as fun as DS1, but I was able to get all three Dungeon Siege games through Steam for almost nothing. (I haven't tried DS3 yet.) The save system in DS2 is weird. Regardless of where you save it in the game, it puts the characters at the last town visited. Really weird and and bit lame.JustinCase said:I only ever played a demo of DS2, and found it slightly less fun than DS1. Man, I must've spent hours on DS1! Not much of a plot, but so many fun concepts, that I still think about including in D&D games. I mean, goblin robots!
Edit: Just look at those goblin bots blasting my party to smithereens! Isn't it just adorabl-- oh wait, game over.
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No worries.Due to moving house and the holidays, I'll be mostly offline the next 2-3 weeks. The DM is free to play my character as an NPC during my absence.
What he saidGood luck with the move and Happy Holidays.