You have Stevie Nicks at number FOUR?!?In recognition of the passing of the great, great, GREAT Christine McVie, I present the following list:
List of Top 10 Members of Fleetwood Mac, Ranked in order of their Importance to the Band
1. Lindsey Buckingham
2. Christine McVie ne Perfect
3. Danny Kirwan
4. Stevie Nicks
5. Peter Green
6. Mick Fleetwood
7. John McVie
8. Jeremy Spencer
9. The Bobs (Welch/Spencer)
10. Dave Walker
(Despite this being a subjective and spur-of-the moment ranking using the ineffable "importance to the band" criterion, I still agonized for 15 minutes about Peter Green and Stevie Nicks.)
The people on this forum actually helped me grow out of the deeply-cynical worldview that I had a couple of years ago. Not by being positive, but by being so much more toxically negative that I saw how unnecessarily miserable that worldview makes you.Knee-jerk cynicism is something you should grow out of by age 25.
It is an inaccurate view of the world that profoundly damages your mental health. (Both documented by multiple studies.)
1dnd is aiming to remove so-called "mother may I" mechanics. 1dnd is also going to make extensive use of digital character sheets and a virtual table top where character actions (what elsewhere is called roleplaying) can be fully automated, using a video game engine. Coincidence????
It's such a great parallel too.Man, Skyrim is just terrible.
I mean, Oblivion was just so much better.
(clicks 'New Game' on the Skyrim load screen)
The character classes were more nuanced, and had more options.
(watches the cart ride scene through Helgen)
And Oblivion's magic system was so much better than Skyrim's alchemy.
(creates new Skyrim character)
And the story was better too!
(finishes the intro, heads to Riverwood)
Yep, Oblivion was just better in every way. I hope Bethesda actually listens to the fans, and makes the next one more like Oblivion.
(continues to play another 100+ hours of Skyrim)
This is what all edition wars look like to me.