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#45 - EdwardNigma ONLINE
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(07/30/2013) [-]
In Fallout New Vegas, if you set your intelligence to 1, some unique dialogue appears with certain characters, like in this image for example.

My favourite is in the REPCONN headquarters, where you can yell "ICE CREAM" to bypass the security check.
#57 to #45 - demandsgayversion
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That's awesome. I never **** around with my character too much, pretty much play the same every time. I may change that with this.
#72 to #57 - EdwardNigma ONLINE
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I made a cannibal retard challenge with I think ilieksheep.

You have to go the whole game with one intelligence, never upgrading it, not even with clothes, and get the cannibal perk as soon as possible, then eat the leaders of nearly every group. Motor Runner, Kimball, Caesar, Lanius if you can, the guy who leads the powder gangers, Benny and all other Casino leaders, Mr House, etc etc. You can play it easy and just eat primary leaders like Caesar, Mr House, the NCR dude, etc, but if you want the real deal, you have to eat the leaders of ******* everything. Down to the most minor factions that don't even get pip boy icon things and even other parts of bigger factions, like Dead Sea at Nelson, the Centurion at the boat to Caesars camp, the lead ranger guy at Camp Golf and all those other ranger stations.
#74 to #72 - demandsgayversion
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They should've made an achievement/challenge to eat every single person in the game.
#82 to #74 - niggerytaste
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DO YOU REALIZE HOW LONG THAT WOULD TAKE D:!!!
#80 to #74 - EdwardNigma ONLINE
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Nah, that'd be impossible. You eat one guy in say, the NCR, then all the NCR get pissed and you can't get the rest, like Kimball or people in that mission, because you pissed them off.

Plus, even if possible, it'd take weeks to scour for every single NPC.
#86 to #80 - demandsgayversion
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(07/30/2013) [-]
I've never been a cannibal. How does it work? I thought you just had the option to eat dead bodies.
#89 to #86 - EdwardNigma ONLINE
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(07/30/2013) [-]
Yeah, you get the option. Go into sneak, then use the body. You then have an option to search or eat it.
#96 to #89 - demandsgayversion
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Then why wouldn't it work if people hate you?
#99 to #96 - EdwardNigma ONLINE
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You ******* brutally murder someone then eat them, you expect them to give you tulips?
#100 to #99 - demandsgayversion
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(07/30/2013) [-]
So why can't you kill them and eat them, too?
#103 to #100 - EdwardNigma ONLINE
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Because in quite a few instances, some NPCs can't be reached if you eat other NPCs, specific or in a certain faction, whatever. So eating EVERY NPC is bound to be impossible at one stage or another.
#106 to #103 - demandsgayversion
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(07/30/2013) [-]
Damn
#177 to #72 - ilieksheep
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(07/30/2013) [-]
It was with I indeed sir! I never got around to finishing that after, kind of disappointed in myself really.
#91 to #72 - lolwatthe
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(07/30/2013) [-]
You get the Blood of the Champions if you eat Caesar, Kimball, The King and Mr. House.
#92 to #91 - EdwardNigma ONLINE
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Exactly, thats why it's easy mode.
Hardcore woulds be eating, like I said, every leader.
#94 to #92 - lolwatthe
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Blood of the Champions gives and int boost, as well as a few other boosts, every time you eat someone afterwards I believe so, you would need to not eat anyone after you eat the main four.
#98 to #94 - EdwardNigma ONLINE
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(07/30/2013) [-]
****, I forgot what it did.

Eat one of them...last. Like, Caesar last, might make the most sense.
#102 to #98 - lolwatthe
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Could work, saving the best for last.
#105 to #102 - EdwardNigma ONLINE
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(07/30/2013) [-]
Don't forget the mutants.

Your blood is forfeit, Tabitha.
#107 to #105 - lolwatthe
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But mutant meat is, to say the least, a little tough, but Caesar has got a muscle as well as a bit of fat from sitting on his throne all day.
#120 to #107 - EdwardNigma ONLINE
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I bet Marcus tastes delicious though.
#149 to #120 - lolwatthe
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Not quite sure I would go after mutant "meat" if that's what you are implying.
#95 to #94 - lolwatthe
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an*
#63 to #45 - pokimone
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Do you prefer New Vegas or 3? I've never played a fallout game, and I was thinking of starting off with New Vegas.
#71 to #63 - roflnaut
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Fallout 3 was my personal favorite out of the two, but both are good for their own things.
Fallout 3 had a better story, but the ending didn't compare to the rest of the game. Plus, I preferred the atmosphere that the game had.
Fallout: NV was more related to the original Fallout games, and had some technical changes, such as the ability to aim down sights and the option of hardcore mode, which adds to the immersion and makes the game more difficult.
I would play Fallout 3 to get familiar with the way the games work, then play Fallout New Vegas.
#84 to #63 - nivmizzet **User deleted account**
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#208 to #84 - libejenkins
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(07/30/2013) [-]
from what manga is this?
#192 to #84 - admiralen
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*fallout 3 had better vanilla
new vegas expansions were amazing though
#197 to #192 - nivmizzet **User deleted account**
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#200 to #197 - admiralen
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i think were the opposites of the table, i LOVE the expansions in new vegas, the extra quests are pretty lame, the main quest is lamer, but the expansions are filled with interesting badass characters and a lot of build up in for lonesome road, and ulysses is one of my favorite characters of all time
#155 to #84 - guythatagrees
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I would say it's the opposite of polished. They made it raw and uncut, which for people like me makes it better. It's more abstract to me and I can get a unique experience, which is great, except for when the whole game glitches to ****.
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#158 to #157 - guythatagrees
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They should do communtiy fundraisers to help people get a gaming pc dammit!
#133 to #84 - drshkidz
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"More polished"
Glitches crashes and lags nigh constantly.
I know what you meant but it's hardly any ******* use if I can't play with it, now is it?
#135 to #84 - infernalblade
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New Vegas is awful and it is not more polished the only good things they added were ammo types and iron sights
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#226 to #156 - infernalblade
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the game crashed all the time and important NPCs not being where they are suppsed to causing many restartes definitly "god tier"
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#228 to #227 - infernalblade
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dude i was talking about new vegas not morrowind what were you reading
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#185 to #63 - zorororonoa
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Also, there is more stuff you can do with workbenches and stuff in new vegas like special ammo you can make.
#184 to #63 - zorororonoa
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I like 3 better for the map and the story pretty much. Although once you get to Vegas that area is pretty cool. I do like the DLCs for New Vegas more though.
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#81 to #45 - anon
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When you yell Ice Cream, it's luck, not intelligence
#203 to #81 - chthulhu
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It's luck if your intelligence is high, where you guess a password and hope it's right. If your intelligence is low enough, your player just scream "ICECREAM!", bypassing the security.
#90 to #81 - anon
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actually it's both
#176 to #90 - anon
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no, its not i had intel 10 and did it, its just luck
#183 to #45 - zorororonoa
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"Me pet aminals"
"Me pet aminals"
#193 to #45 - asked **User deleted account**
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That's F:NV you piece of **** retard
#223 to #193 - EdwardNigma ONLINE
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Thats...thats what I said.
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#2 - mudkipfucker
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This image has expired
The Low intelligence dialogue is funny
#68 - EpicFace
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I only recently found out that the voice of the sniper from TF2 is married to the voice of GLaDOS, who also voices the announcer in TF2. Just thought I'd share.
I only recently found out that the voice of the sniper from TF2 is married to the voice of GLaDOS, who also voices the announcer in TF2. Just thought I'd share.
#88 to #68 - anon
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lol i new that long ago like 2 years ago, give me a fact i dont kno maybe
#93 to #88 - EpicFace
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I dunno, I was only pointing out to the people who didn't know, but since you asked nicely... I also recently found out that the voice of the engineer starred in a game of All Star Family Feud. He also voiced Wold O'Donnel in Star Fox Assault
I dunno, I was only pointing out to the people who didn't know, but since you asked nicely... I also recently found out that the voice of the engineer starred in a game of All Star Family Feud. He also voiced Wold O'Donnel in Star Fox Assault
#222 to #93 - anon
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Okay I didn't know that ;)
#189 to #68 - giinthir
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She is also the voice of the computers in Pacific Rim.
#34 - grotesquefailure
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There was also a talking scamp in Morrowind you could sell your **** to called Creeper. He is actually also Barbas, the talking dog from Skyrim's Clavicus Vile quest.
#50 to #34 - spasticpuppet
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That's actually quite awesome.

Also, that scamp had a never-ending wallet, so he was the best junk-dump trader
#55 to #50 - anon
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The mudcrab merchant had way more money than the scamp though.
#85 to #55 - kiboz
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Nah, the mudcrab 10000 and the scamp had 5000, as far as I remember at least.
#56 to #55 - nizarut
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But there was a glitch with the scamp, that essentially allowed you to sell your own gold, rest, sell your gold, over and over and it would stick in the scamps inventory, so when you killed him you get all of the stacked amount back. Or something of the sort.
#119 to #34 - lankyman
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Waynes World ('92) - I did not realize that Hmm, I did not realize that
#4 - thefinalexam
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Metroid Thread?
#128 to #4 - theonewhoisnigz
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#132 to #4 - niggaranger
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i feel like Metroid could be a good movie, but it'll probably come out The Last Air Bender..

only metroid thing i have..
#101 to #4 - bagguhsleep
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#121 to #101 - fuzzypickles
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jesus ******* christ, this generation of gamers is stupid as ****.
"why cant metroid crawl"
#217 to #121 - bagguhsleep
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No, they're just the same as us. The only difference from us and them is that they have much easier means of getting through a game through the use of the internet, so they accustom themselves to a setting where a game doesn't involve complex thought because the solution to a problem can be found through a quick google search or posing the problem to a range of people who can give them the solution. Our method of getting through this stuff was much more limited, so our approach began and ended with our own efforts and thoughts (or our neighbor's/friend's) as opposed to using the internet as a crutch.



Just ******* with you. Yeah, they're ******* stupid.
#224 to #217 - fuzzypickles
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lol.
gaming before the internet was a tricky time.
not to mention games were harder back then
#188 to #121 - grandterskrasao
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implying this is an accurate representation of gamers.
#202 to #188 - fuzzypickles
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i didnt imply that at all
#201 to #188 - fuzzypickles
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implying
#21 to #4 - cyruscahoots
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Comment Picture
#41 to #4 - wamegor
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Prime series is best series
#13 to #4 - punmeister
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#35 to #13 - theprocrastibator
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Oh god I can hear the music
#36 to #35 - theprocrastibator
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And would you look at this fine piece of ass nostalgia I just found. Metroid Prime 2: Echoes Music- Torvus Bog
#111 to #36 - cirruss
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Metroid prime 2 was the best one.
#7 to #4 - royoten
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#147 - larski
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Chronologically confusing you say?
Metroid please!
#180 to #147 - zorororonoa
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nice
nice
#171 to #147 - nosauceforyou
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Here is a beautifully made graphic describing the timeline (Enlarge). Many alternate paths and such.
#178 to #171 - azraelthemage
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This will eventually be rendered useless over the years.
#186 to #178 - Nightinear **User deleted account**
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They'll just put the new games in where they see fit
For example, A Link Between Worlds is set after A Link to the Past
I just needs updates every now and then
#173 to #171 - SgtBaha
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I have the Historia with this. Takes something so complicated and almost manages to simplify it.
#66 - theonionyrogue
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In Fallout, it has to be less than 3.
#9 - destaice
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In The Elder Scrolls 3: Morrowind, you can use the console command code COC (center on cell) to teleport your character to various places.

However, if you try to teleport to Solstheim or Mournhold (locations of the expansions.) you'll find a surprise. For Solshteim it's a large Molag Bal and you are trapped inside. For Mournhold it's a room with a door that leads to black space. If you fall you just go straight back to the room.
#10 to #9 - strangemoo ONLINE
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Wasn't Solstheim also the major part of the Dragonborn DLC for Skyrim?
#12 to #10 - destaice
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Yes it was.
#60 to #10 - anon
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That is the geographic area of the DLC, yes. The fun part is playing them side by side and seeing how much it didn't really change a whole lot XD
#141 - niggerlips
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metroid fushion was my favorite out of the series it was pretty scary too
#181 to #141 - blacklite
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I almost beat that game. I made it to Ridley and, before I could beat him, my GBA SP battery stopped charging for no reason.
#38 - Logicaltightrope
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Is it unusual that I got so excited about that Gmod image at the end?
#42 to #38 - skyhippo
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Weird, we have almost the exact same amount of house in gmod.
#46 to #42 - Logicaltightrope
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That one was old, this is me now.
#199 to #46 - asked **User deleted account**
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That ain't ****, look at the playing times of my friends
#210 to #199 - Logicaltightrope
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I'm gettin there...
#47 to #46 - skyhippo
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The race is on....
#48 to #47 - Logicaltightrope
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Ironically, I just got off of gmod when i saw this update.
#49 to #48 - skyhippo
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What update happened, gmod 13? Or did garry **** up gmod again
#51 to #49 - Logicaltightrope
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apparently he ****** it up, but I see no difference. Server stuff i guess. The only change is that manual addons go in the GarrysMod folder in steamapps/common, not steamaps/<username>. Tripped me up, i got scared that I would lose all my ACF stuff.

Other than that, loading times are supposed to be shorter cause it's on steampipe now, but i see no difference. Some say it's longer but I doubt that even more.
#52 to #51 - skyhippo
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For some reason my garrysmod stayed in my username even after steampipe
#65 to #52 - Logicaltightrope
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the folder will stay. However, no addons in the gmod folder in <username> will be active - you have to put them in common, as well as data for E2, advanced duplicator, etc.
#67 to #65 - skyhippo
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Not for mine, somehow. Addons and data literally still work from my username...
#209 to #67 - Logicaltightrope
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Huh. Well that's convenient i suppose
#43 to #42 - skyhippo
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**skyhippo rolls 61** hours*
#127 to #38 - rotucex
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I've got a question: what to do in Gmod? I would love to have fun and enjoy it but I just don't know where to start
#212 to #127 - Logicaltightrope
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Refer to comment 211.
#174 to #38 - conordalymcr
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I got that game the other day and I'm not really sure what I'm supposed to do. I just went on a server and walked around for a while with the gravity gun. Ideas for fun **** to do in gmod?
#211 to #174 - Logicaltightrope
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Fun ****? Let me see...   
   
-On any Freespace map, have a gcombat/PewPew/ACF or regular old Gmod defend the city war with other players.   
   
-Make a plane of some sort.  Since you're new, start out easy, with hoverballs, and then try thruster balancing.  Way later when you're good at Wiremod coding, use the Fin tool to make ailerons and rudders with which to steer.   
   
-Make cars and hold races.  Warning:  wheel tool is generally pretty crappy.  I usually stick to thrusters.   
   
-Make an explosive barrel and rope it to Dr.  Kleiner or Breen's ragdoll head.  Attach a thruster to the bottom center of the barrel.  Enjoy.   
   
-Make cool-looking still scenes.  More fun than you may expect.   
   
-Get the WAC aircraft mod and screw around in helicopters, even have aerial battles with friends.   
   
-Add me on Steam (same name).   
   
-Make intricate puzzles/rube goldberg devices with the game's wacky yet believable (when not crazy) physics.   
   
-Make and play a Kill Breen mission.   
   
-Use props to build a fighting arena in multiplayer.  Add traps, guns, and even vehicles.   
   
That's just a few things to do.  Of course, it's a sandbox game, so the possibilities are endless.
Fun ****? Let me see...

-On any Freespace map, have a gcombat/PewPew/ACF or regular old Gmod defend the city war with other players.

-Make a plane of some sort. Since you're new, start out easy, with hoverballs, and then try thruster balancing. Way later when you're good at Wiremod coding, use the Fin tool to make ailerons and rudders with which to steer.

-Make cars and hold races. Warning: wheel tool is generally pretty crappy. I usually stick to thrusters.

-Make an explosive barrel and rope it to Dr. Kleiner or Breen's ragdoll head. Attach a thruster to the bottom center of the barrel. Enjoy.

-Make cool-looking still scenes. More fun than you may expect.

-Get the WAC aircraft mod and screw around in helicopters, even have aerial battles with friends.

-Add me on Steam (same name).

-Make intricate puzzles/rube goldberg devices with the game's wacky yet believable (when not crazy) physics.

-Make and play a Kill Breen mission.

-Use props to build a fighting arena in multiplayer. Add traps, guns, and even vehicles.

That's just a few things to do. Of course, it's a sandbox game, so the possibilities are endless.
#213 to #211 - Logicaltightrope
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OH, and the gamemode Trouble in Terrorist Town. Tons of fun, but you need CS:S for it. Seriously though, it's pretty much the best.

There are a bunch of innocent people and there are traitors among them, but they don't know who, they look and smell like regular innocents. It's the traitors' job to kill them all without all the traitors being found out and killed.
#216 to #213 - conordalymcr
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Seems pretty fun. I was gonna buy CS:S in the holiday sale anyway
#215 to #211 - conordalymcr
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Thanks for the answer! Just added you on Steam
#179 to #38 - iamnotgoodwithname
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ive played about 200 hours of gmod, but ever since they got rid of the ingame toybox
i cant find it fun to play anymore, im just curious how u feel about the workshop i find it
difficult to use at times.
#214 to #179 - Logicaltightrope
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I like the workshop. It's not as instant as in-game toybox, but I like how larger addons and such are available through it, and it doesn't glitch nearly as much. However, coming from one who has played since before one-click addons of any sort, I don't mind too much how convenient/fast it is to install anything. Plus, workshop not being in-game is at least offset by quicker loading times than the toybox days.
#129 to #38 - tehguestroom [OP]
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And I thought I put a lot of time into games. This is just ******* embarrassing.
#61 to #38 - tocho
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goml
#64 to #61 - Logicaltightrope
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Didn't see my latest, son.
#69 to #64 - tocho
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Weeeell i guess i'll beat you some day.
#175 to #64 - majormoron ONLINE
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Found this guy amongst my friend's freind's list (Yes i put friend's in twice on purpose) and he only has Dota 2 and has beaten you by a VERY small margin.

On another note, is this game REALLY that fun? I hear its basically LoL.
#198 to #175 - oishiine
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Whether it's "Fun" or not depends on the player. League of Legends is based on Dota 1 which started the Moba genre. League, in my opinion, is a faster-paced, action focused, and simplified version of Dota. Both games have their own merit.

Dota 2 is to League what BF is to CoD. Dota 2 has a larger map, different shop options, secret shops, couriers, and is slightly slower paced, aside from the "heroes" having more ridiculous abilities.

That being said, League is more arcadey, fast-paced, and easier to get into and play.

If you're a League player already, you'll find Dota 2 difficult to accustom to. That being said I primarily play League but I switched to Dota 2 for a couple of months and had a decent time. I stopped playing to go back to League and found that I enjoyed League more from a gameplay standpoint.

It's really a matter of opinion. You should try both out.
#219 to #198 - majormoron ONLINE
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Well seeing as someone gave Dota 2 for no reason I may just do that. thanks.