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#110 - Squats, Stiff Leg Deadlifts, Lying Press, Lying Fly, Overhead … 4 hours ago on Woman gets offended and... 0
#30 - Comment deleted 11 hours ago on Link is ice cold! 0
#29 - If you like tactical RPGs, it's not bad. It's a light hearted …  [+] (4 new replies) 11 hours ago on Link is ice cold! +1
#42 - anon (10 hours ago) [-]
I really liked this game in concept and style, but I always quit part way through because I get sick of the enemy cheating.

There are 'laws' in each fight which encourage some things, and ban others (e.g., no white magic, black magic encouraged). If you break a law twice, your character is kicked from the fight and sent to jail.

The AI isn't bound to this though. They will generally TRY and avoid breaking laws, but if it's the best option, they'll happily break it with no consequence. They can also break other rules like walking through enemies and stuff.
#67 - daspopo (8 hours ago) [-]
I stopped playing because of the stupid laws. I got into a battle with all monsters, and the law was "Can't attack monsters." Fuck you Square!
#69 - killerofcows (7 hours ago) [-]
you could change rules but only a limited amount could be changed, they gave impossible rules so you had to change them leaving another annoying rule that you would under any other circumstance remove
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#102 - I'm saying you can reduce your calories lower, if you still ha…  [+] (2 new replies) 07/30/2016 on Woman gets offended and... 0
#109 - metobe (4 hours ago) [-]
sure if you lay there starving your body so it burns so many calories just to live you will lose more weight, let me explain why and why its not good...

when you do no physical activities your muscles deteriorate and of course less muscle means less weight, but losing high amounts of weight this way will leave a lot of loose skin that normally gets tightened up while you lose weight from working out and then you add in the state of your muscles after you are done and its overall unhealthy

while lifting weights will result is more FAT WEIGHT lost, it will sadly not give the most actually weight loss simply because your muscles are being built up meaning more muscle weight and that makes your losses look smaller but ultimately you are actually healthier the whole time...

your suggestion is literally to lay in bed doing nothing all day while you starve your body, it will be painful and annoying and uncomfortable, but not hard... and even what your doing now is easy "I also walk, do weights and other exercises I can do at home" leaving the walking part for later, the amount of exercise you can do at home on average is quite lacking, especially in the regard of making sure you work out a large variety of muscles evenly
#110 - ainise (4 hours ago) [-]
Squats, Stiff Leg Deadlifts, Lying Press, Lying Fly, Overhead Press, Lateral Raise, Bent-over Rows, Bicep Curls, Lying Triceps Extensions, Abdominal crunches 3 times a week with 10, 15, 25, and now 50 pound weights depending on the exercise. Combined they're 20, 30, 50 and 100 pounds. I've pretty much cut out the 10 pounders for all but 1 exercise, and I plan to move to 15lbs soon for that as well.

That's a full body work out. You don't need to go to a gym to get a full body work out. I own a few machines here, as well. Eliptical, bench table and a Bo-flex(Though I don't use this one - it's for another family member).

I lost 35 pounds in 2 months, had no extra skin, lost mostly body fat(35% bodyfat to 24%) . Most of what I lost was body fat.

My suggestion was to not exercise or lightly exercise while trying to lose a lot of weight. Not sit in bed and literally do nothing. We still have lives, still have shit to do. My goal was to pull my body fat % and weight into a healthy range in a short amount of time. That's what I did.
#99 - When I was at my height - 263 pounds, and jumped on to my 800 … 07/30/2016 on Woman gets offended and... 0
#98 - Working out is, simply, a terrible way to go through calories …  [+] (5 new replies) 07/30/2016 on Woman gets offended and... 0
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#101 - metobe (07/30/2016) [-]
so you are saying that you burn more calories by not working out? no one ever said you had to eat more to be able to work out...
you "not having energy" to walk is simply put you being to lazy to do sumthing that you need to do, its a matter of how bad you want it
if you clone a person and they both eat the same diet but one works out, then the one working out will lose more weight
at 400 with a heart problem you would...but assuming that you are closer to 20 years old than 40 and closer to 400 pounds than 600, your heart will hold up with exercise...
im not saying that a 400 pound person should run a mile or swim for hours, but doing light work out with moderate weights and basic cardio will not put you at a health risk
#102 - ainise (07/30/2016) [-]
I'm saying you can reduce your calories lower, if you still have the energy TO work out. If weight loss is your goal - and you're maintaining an open dialogue with your physician/nutritionist, you could probably go lower. It's not laziness - you're just not cutting enough calories *if weight loss is your only goal* <- very important.

If you made a clone of me towards the middle of my diet, and that person would have exercise, he very likely would have passed out and injured himself. There was simply no possible way to maintain anything beyond light exercise at the lower end of my diet. Keep in mind - I was consistently losing over 4 pounds a week for 8 weeks.

A 400-600 pound person likely sits around a lot. They are at high risk of DVTs, which can lead to stroke or heart attacks. There are numerous other potential health risks someone who is 400 pounds could have. Immediately throwing them in a pool could very easily risk their lives. They should, like all life style choices, talk to a doctor before making any changes. Suggesting to do otherwise is horrible.

My suggestion isn't the lazy route, honestly I found it to be the MUCH harder route than what I'm doing now. Now I run at about a 500 calorie deficit, but I also walk, do weights and other exercises I can do at home. Although right now I'm not doing much of the walking because it's 104 fucking degrees outside, but I digress.

The routine I'm on right now puts me at about 1 pound loss a week. I can exercise, I'm building back muscle, I can get the hefty amount of protein and other nutrients to keep gains up while still losing weight. It's a hell of a lot slower than 4-5 pounds per week, but it works.
#109 - metobe (4 hours ago) [-]
sure if you lay there starving your body so it burns so many calories just to live you will lose more weight, let me explain why and why its not good...

when you do no physical activities your muscles deteriorate and of course less muscle means less weight, but losing high amounts of weight this way will leave a lot of loose skin that normally gets tightened up while you lose weight from working out and then you add in the state of your muscles after you are done and its overall unhealthy

while lifting weights will result is more FAT WEIGHT lost, it will sadly not give the most actually weight loss simply because your muscles are being built up meaning more muscle weight and that makes your losses look smaller but ultimately you are actually healthier the whole time...

your suggestion is literally to lay in bed doing nothing all day while you starve your body, it will be painful and annoying and uncomfortable, but not hard... and even what your doing now is easy "I also walk, do weights and other exercises I can do at home" leaving the walking part for later, the amount of exercise you can do at home on average is quite lacking, especially in the regard of making sure you work out a large variety of muscles evenly
#110 - ainise (4 hours ago) [-]
Squats, Stiff Leg Deadlifts, Lying Press, Lying Fly, Overhead Press, Lateral Raise, Bent-over Rows, Bicep Curls, Lying Triceps Extensions, Abdominal crunches 3 times a week with 10, 15, 25, and now 50 pound weights depending on the exercise. Combined they're 20, 30, 50 and 100 pounds. I've pretty much cut out the 10 pounders for all but 1 exercise, and I plan to move to 15lbs soon for that as well.

That's a full body work out. You don't need to go to a gym to get a full body work out. I own a few machines here, as well. Eliptical, bench table and a Bo-flex(Though I don't use this one - it's for another family member).

I lost 35 pounds in 2 months, had no extra skin, lost mostly body fat(35% bodyfat to 24%) . Most of what I lost was body fat.

My suggestion was to not exercise or lightly exercise while trying to lose a lot of weight. Not sit in bed and literally do nothing. We still have lives, still have shit to do. My goal was to pull my body fat % and weight into a healthy range in a short amount of time. That's what I did.
#79 - Losing weight has practically nothing to do with exercise. Yes…  [+] (13 new replies) 07/29/2016 on Woman gets offended and... +1
#93 - metobe (07/29/2016) [-]
its simply take less calories in per day than what you burn
working out burns calories so yes working out is a proper way to lose weight
if you are 400 pounds then running might hurt your knees, if thats the case then use bikes or swim
lifting weights isnt affected by your weight at all so it always ok to do, but like with anyone else, dont over do it and injure yourself because you want to look strong
having a good diet and watching you calorie intake is important, but dont try to say that exercise isnt important just because you are to lazy to do it
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#106 - theruinedsage (13 hours ago) [-]
It's not that simple.

Your body has several complex mechanisms that affect weightloss. The kind of bacteria in your gut alone can make up to 15% difference in energy absorbed.

If you want to lose weight, you need to change your eating habits, including eating less. Try out some different things, and find out what works well for you.

And once you get to your ideal weight, stay there for a year. It will make it a lot easier to stay at that weight for a long time.
#108 - metobe (5 hours ago) [-]
i never once hinted at the thought that you didnt have to eat healthy....i simply said that you should workout as well...
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#112 - theruinedsage (1 hour ago) [-]
"its simply take less calories in per day than what you burn"
#98 - ainise (07/30/2016) [-]
Working out is, simply, a terrible way to go through calories if you're not already fit. To be frank, a 400 pound person is simply *not* going to burn through 1500 calories via exercise per day. It's just not going to happen. Crafting a manageable 1500 calorie deficit(that's 1900 calories @400 pounds) is much simpler, and will show a ~3 pound per week loss. I averaged 5 pounds per week on my diet, for example. In 2 months I lost 35 pounds - the first week showed no results.

I've since cut my rather severe diet and am now on a proper, healthy, diet with a 500 calorie deficit. I'm now 226 pounds, I use free weights, jog, walk and swim when I have the opportunity to.

Also, At 400 pounds, you have a real risk of heart attack when adding in heavy exercises like running, biking and swimming.
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#101 - metobe (07/30/2016) [-]
so you are saying that you burn more calories by not working out? no one ever said you had to eat more to be able to work out...
you "not having energy" to walk is simply put you being to lazy to do sumthing that you need to do, its a matter of how bad you want it
if you clone a person and they both eat the same diet but one works out, then the one working out will lose more weight
at 400 with a heart problem you would...but assuming that you are closer to 20 years old than 40 and closer to 400 pounds than 600, your heart will hold up with exercise...
im not saying that a 400 pound person should run a mile or swim for hours, but doing light work out with moderate weights and basic cardio will not put you at a health risk
#102 - ainise (07/30/2016) [-]
I'm saying you can reduce your calories lower, if you still have the energy TO work out. If weight loss is your goal - and you're maintaining an open dialogue with your physician/nutritionist, you could probably go lower. It's not laziness - you're just not cutting enough calories *if weight loss is your only goal* <- very important.

If you made a clone of me towards the middle of my diet, and that person would have exercise, he very likely would have passed out and injured himself. There was simply no possible way to maintain anything beyond light exercise at the lower end of my diet. Keep in mind - I was consistently losing over 4 pounds a week for 8 weeks.

A 400-600 pound person likely sits around a lot. They are at high risk of DVTs, which can lead to stroke or heart attacks. There are numerous other potential health risks someone who is 400 pounds could have. Immediately throwing them in a pool could very easily risk their lives. They should, like all life style choices, talk to a doctor before making any changes. Suggesting to do otherwise is horrible.

My suggestion isn't the lazy route, honestly I found it to be the MUCH harder route than what I'm doing now. Now I run at about a 500 calorie deficit, but I also walk, do weights and other exercises I can do at home. Although right now I'm not doing much of the walking because it's 104 fucking degrees outside, but I digress.

The routine I'm on right now puts me at about 1 pound loss a week. I can exercise, I'm building back muscle, I can get the hefty amount of protein and other nutrients to keep gains up while still losing weight. It's a hell of a lot slower than 4-5 pounds per week, but it works.
#109 - metobe (4 hours ago) [-]
sure if you lay there starving your body so it burns so many calories just to live you will lose more weight, let me explain why and why its not good...

when you do no physical activities your muscles deteriorate and of course less muscle means less weight, but losing high amounts of weight this way will leave a lot of loose skin that normally gets tightened up while you lose weight from working out and then you add in the state of your muscles after you are done and its overall unhealthy

while lifting weights will result is more FAT WEIGHT lost, it will sadly not give the most actually weight loss simply because your muscles are being built up meaning more muscle weight and that makes your losses look smaller but ultimately you are actually healthier the whole time...

your suggestion is literally to lay in bed doing nothing all day while you starve your body, it will be painful and annoying and uncomfortable, but not hard... and even what your doing now is easy "I also walk, do weights and other exercises I can do at home" leaving the walking part for later, the amount of exercise you can do at home on average is quite lacking, especially in the regard of making sure you work out a large variety of muscles evenly
#110 - ainise (4 hours ago) [-]
Squats, Stiff Leg Deadlifts, Lying Press, Lying Fly, Overhead Press, Lateral Raise, Bent-over Rows, Bicep Curls, Lying Triceps Extensions, Abdominal crunches 3 times a week with 10, 15, 25, and now 50 pound weights depending on the exercise. Combined they're 20, 30, 50 and 100 pounds. I've pretty much cut out the 10 pounders for all but 1 exercise, and I plan to move to 15lbs soon for that as well.

That's a full body work out. You don't need to go to a gym to get a full body work out. I own a few machines here, as well. Eliptical, bench table and a Bo-flex(Though I don't use this one - it's for another family member).

I lost 35 pounds in 2 months, had no extra skin, lost mostly body fat(35% bodyfat to 24%) . Most of what I lost was body fat.

My suggestion was to not exercise or lightly exercise while trying to lose a lot of weight. Not sit in bed and literally do nothing. We still have lives, still have shit to do. My goal was to pull my body fat % and weight into a healthy range in a short amount of time. That's what I did.
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#91 - muthsera (07/29/2016) [-]
Find 30min a day to walk, or do something that isn't sitting at a desk/in front of the tv/whatever. Cut sugar, increase good fats (like replacing margarine with avocado) and proteins like you said, minimise the carbs (Even the complex should be used in moderation). The fat in this instance is what makes you feel satisfied, and also. When you eat anything, take the time to sit down, and eat slowly. You'd be surprised what slowing your food intake does for satiety, it gives your stomach time to send 'I'm full' signals to your brain. People don't seem to realise that when the evening family meals went away in favour of whatever was ready fastest and let you eat in front of the telly, is when all these firstworld countries started really stacking on the pounds. So may factors contribute to weightloss it really is foolish to simply tell everyone to exercise.
#99 - ainise (07/30/2016) [-]
When I was at my height - 263 pounds, and jumped on to my 800 calorie cap, I simply didn't have the energy to walk. I lost 35 pounds in 2 months. Now I'm 226 pounds, I walk frequently, I have 10, 15 and 25 pound dumbells I use biweekly and a few other exercises/stretches I do without equipment.

I still stand by what I said. I wouldn't exercise if you're looking to shed 30-50 pounds off, fast. Focus entirely on diet and aim for a number around -1500 to -2000 calories, after you talk to a doctor about it.
#80 - anon (07/29/2016) [-]
lost 10 punds this month from calorie counting with like walking around once or twice a week. EASY
#54 - Oh yeah, and another tier of items: something above purples. A…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/28/2016 on Tiy, where is my content? +1
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#61 - aquaekk (07/28/2016) [-]
For this one, check out the mod 'GamePlus'. Right now all it does is add new metals, but apparently it's going to overhaul most of the end-game content and even be compatible with Frackin' Universe.
#53 - Mods will save it, I'm convinced. Seriously, all this game nee…  [+] (2 new replies) 07/28/2016 on Tiy, where is my content? +4
#54 - ainise (07/28/2016) [-]
Oh yeah, and another tier of items: something above purples. Ancient Artifacts or something. Can put it in that super hard dungeon that gets progressively harder. You have somethign to do at end-game, early game is more balanced, that quest isn't as annoying...

Just gotta wait for modders!
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#61 - aquaekk (07/28/2016) [-]
For this one, check out the mod 'GamePlus'. Right now all it does is add new metals, but apparently it's going to overhaul most of the end-game content and even be compatible with Frackin' Universe.
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