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#159 - The last time i played i was invaded 12 times in one day. Hush…  [+] (1 reply) 09/14/2016 on That glorious moment when +1
#168 - blancka (09/14/2016) [-]
Depends on the area and if you're trying to be invaded or not. Just playing the game normally I don't get invaded a lot outside of certain areas like just after pontiff sulyvahn for example. If you sit around waiting for it or spend more time in areas it could happen more, but I didn't experience it much out of the playthroughs I've done.

Also the platform you play on may affect it a lot too. I don't know what platform it's most and least popular on, but I've been playing it on PC and that's just the experience I've had. That being said, when I try to invade, it takes barely a fraction of the time it took in previous games to find a world to invade. From the looks of it, it seems to be plenty of people are playing PvE and can be invaded, but there's not a whole lot of people actually invading outside of PvP hotspots.

Again, that's my own experience. Obviously your mileage can vary in a game like this, but invasions are quite rare for me. I also have my online options set to my region only, so potentially that affects it too, but I'd rather not deal with the extra lag playing with other regions
#217 - I think your right actually. Leaving to the power vacuum and l…  [+] (1 reply) 09/13/2016 on Fuck Off Clock Boy 0
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#218 - huntergriff (09/13/2016) [-]
Exactly, leaving allowed them to gain power.
#98 - a little over a total of a million casualties in iraq since we…  [+] (6 replies) 09/12/2016 on Fuck Off Clock Boy +4
#123 - bgr (09/12/2016) [-]
Thats what happens when you destablize a region. You cant remove the cops, the administration and basic infrastructre from a country, watch the country descend into lawless chaos and say "insurgents and lawlessness caused it".
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#158 - huntergriff (09/12/2016) [-]
You'll probably shit on me for saying this, but that's why we should have stayed. If we had stayed and helped set up a new government, you wouldn't have complete anarchy.
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#217 - carneymaster (09/13/2016) [-]
I think your right actually. Leaving to the power vacuum and letting isis get such a massive foothold was wrong. Isis at the time though wasnt even around really but the vacuum we left gave them power.
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#218 - huntergriff (09/13/2016) [-]
Exactly, leaving allowed them to gain power.
#159 - bgr (09/12/2016) [-]
I'm saying it was a mistake to go in the first place. Andanother one to just leave without setting up a structure. As in once you've dug a hole you've gotta help fill it back up, can't just leave it. It just created a power vacuum for crazies to take ovet
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#219 - huntergriff (09/13/2016) [-]
I disagree with it being a mistake to go into the middle east in the first place, not even talking about iraq, just the middle east in general, However i do agree that it was a mistake to just up and leave for the exact reason you listed.
#1 - Who all knows what nietzsche meant when he said god is dead btw?  [+] (3 replies) 09/10/2016 on this is my magnum dong +4
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#29 - xengard (09/10/2016) [-]
He believed in the decancy of religion, whereas us, the human beings, are more important than deities, and that would be a slow progression towards a "super human"; the bodies take more importance than the ideas.

Or something like that, i studied it 4 years ago.
#3 - ygdosst (09/10/2016) [-]
"The phrase "God is dead" does not mean that Nietzsche believed in an actual God who first existed and then died in a literal sense. Rather, it conveys his view that the Christian God is no longer a credible source of absolute moral principles."
~ Wikipedia
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#34 - carneymaster (09/11/2016) [-]
excelent. He viewed god as dead to our society and not a needed part.
#11 - Elastigirl 09/10/2016 on I love disney +3