She's goes hollow in the duke's archives prison if you manage to save her from Petrus.I'mma be real with you chief, I just now learned what all that was about. Been playing this game for years and never picked up on this storyline.that's funny
you never wondered why the pardoner let you know he was "drenched in sin"?
Nah, always knew he was a dick cause he rode out when they needed him, just never knew the end to her quest line. Always figured she just fucked off after you save her.
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« on: Today at 12:50:08 PM »
The US government needs to stop losing track of trillions of dollars in defense spending before we can start dishing out a UBI.
Shit should be making national headlines on every news network and yet hardly anyone in the media is talking about it.
« on: July 14, 2018, 11:52:06 AM »
facebook is a cancerous tumor on society
« on: July 08, 2018, 04:49:03 PM »
Watching the days pass by while feeling disconnected.
About a day's worth of work, still a wip. But I'm not sure why people say faces are so hard, this is my first face sculpt ever since I missed out on it in collegeWas this done from scratch? The anatomy is pretty good. Especially for a first attempt.
« on: July 06, 2018, 04:22:42 PM »
The only thing I've gotten out of gold since last summer is 2-3 free games every month.
« on: July 03, 2018, 03:07:53 PM »
It has to be good enough. I was fine with paying 20 bucks for The Ringed City DKS3 DLC because it was full of good content to me. Ashes of Ariandel was good too but was a bit short. I figured it would've been priced better at 15 bucks.Dark Souls DLC is fine to me. When you have a fully complete game, especially one that's supposed to be the last in the series (as with DKS3) paying 20 bucks for a true add-on to that game is worth it in my eyes.so you think that DLC was worth 33% of the entire base game experience
« on: July 03, 2018, 03:00:31 PM »
Dark Souls DLC is fine to me. When you have a fully complete game, especially one that's supposed to be the last in the series (as with DKS3) paying 20 bucks for a true add-on to that game is worth it in my eyes.
DLC like Destiny had on the other hand, which is basically just selling cut content, is a shit anti-consumer practice that needs to go extinct.
« on: July 03, 2018, 09:25:00 AM »
What if the dlc auto-downloads like an update.
I just realized that I have yet to see a single (serious) conspiracy theory about AI. Seems really strange now that I think about it. Artificial Intelligence and machine learning sound like they would be the perfect topic for one. Lack of extensive regulation, inacessible to the average person, almost exclusively the domain of big unaccountable companies and governments, potential military/police/political applications, plenty of threats to many people (robotics taking jobs) and lots of (smart) skeptics, capable of controlling just about every aspect of society from the shadows... Seems to me like you couldn't hope for a better topic for a conspiracy theory and yet I'm not finding any.Maybe it's just too genuine as a threat to qualify for tinfoil hatters to latch onto.
« on: June 30, 2018, 08:39:00 PM »
I trust alt media more than I do MSM, but only certain people. The only reason I would follow someone's journalism or commentary to begin with is because I trust them.
They don't necessarily have to be unbiased either, they just need to be honest and transparent about their beliefs.
Someone like Phillip DeFranco is a good example of that.
I'm not referring to any new regulations specifically. I've just heard that some US based news sites have recently blocked access to EU nations.I think you're referring to the GDPR that came into effect last month. It has nothing to do with copyright but is about data protection instead. It's a Regulation with an extraterritorial scope of application meaning that companies processing personal data belonging to Europeans have to comply with the rules even when they are based outside of Europe. Non-compliance can result in hefty fines so some American-based companies have decided to simply block European IP addresses altogether. If you're American, these sites should concern you greatly. Most of the GDPR really is not all that difficult to comply with. It provides the data subjects (you) with some rights and ways of enforcing them (request that your data is deleted, receive information about what data is saved, what it will be used for and who has access to it...) and subjects the data controllers (the sites / services / companies) to certain obligations (don't use the data for purposes you didn't gather it for, delete data when it's no longer necessary, get informed consent of your users, implement security measures, don't keep sensitive information when it's not relevant...). The fact that these sites would rather block an entire continent rather than protect the privacy of its users and not track you with invasive cookies, create a profile or exactly who you are and what you do, and then sell it to anyone with an interest should be an alarm bell going off. They're probably up to some pretty shady shit they know they couldn't get away with.What is it related to?Apparently a few US based news sites have already blocked access to European countries.Pretty sure that's completely unrelated.
It's not surprising to me that many sites are collecting data on their users and would rather block access than to stop. It's even less surprising that it would be news agencies struggling to maintain relevance in the age of the internet.
I noticed this rather early into playing BTB and just stopped searching that playlist. Don't understand why nobody wants to play anything but H3.Can't believe that Halo 3 is going to be the only one with an FFA playlist. What's so hard about having unranked FFA with all games included?I never get to play district or uplift because the halo 3 cult will vote anything that has Halo 3, even if it's longshore slayer fifty times in a row.
« on: June 10, 2018, 12:03:06 PM »
The hat you get from killing (or saving) Solaire is great to explore the Tomb Of Giants, so I always do Izalith first.
« on: June 10, 2018, 11:58:02 AM »
You opened it then? Or found the other side?lmao too lateThere's also a room just before the Firesage's place I forgot to mention. It's just a weird hallway with dead trees, strange arachnoid things that aren't hostile, and a door that won't open—even after all I've done so far. The spiders aren't hostile, even though I had a kneejerk reaction and killed one. Not sure what else I have to do here.If you want a small hint about that door:
« on: June 10, 2018, 11:56:31 AM »
There's also a room just before the Firesage's place I forgot to mention. It's just a weird hallway with dead trees, strange arachnoid things that aren't hostile, and a door that won't open—even after all I've done so far. The spiders aren't hostile, even though I had a kneejerk reaction and killed one. Not sure what else I have to do here.If you want a small hint about that door:
It will open but you have to sacrifice a ton of humanity.
And another fairly significant hint about it and and NPC
You have to open this door to save Solaire from going mad.
« on: June 08, 2018, 05:12:44 PM »
Anime tits are fine but they should at least have some degree of quality control.