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#15 - >playing a pen and paper RPG with some friends >one … 16 hours ago on Dont Mess with Texas 0
#44 - Im not defending that guy because that was a really stupid mov… 16 hours ago on Mistakes were made 0
#39 - Picture 10/22/2014 on Who's going to tell her? +4
#42 - didn't 5 add the ability to break the clothes off of people?  [+] (4 new replies) 10/18/2014 on So yeah... +2
#47 - xxxsonic fanxxx (10/18/2014) [-]
That started with 4. 4 was probably the most sexualized.
User avatar #48 - nightfried (10/18/2014) [-]
Forgot to log in.
#43 - PVTDickStryker (10/18/2014) [-]
4 did that, and 5 takes it to a lower extent.
On custom characters, for some odd reason, certain killing hits destroy all of the equipment on the character save for pants, undergarments, and socks.
Also, on main characters, specifically the females, takes it to a more reserved point as well. In 4, female character would damn near look like they were victims of an attempted rape with torn clothing exposing some skin. In 5, they just have something disappear from their person. one character, who's a knightess in full armor, only loses her waste-cape, helmet, and a couple plates. One character only loses her kneesocks. Another, Ivy, possibly one of the most sexualized female characters in the history of gaming is not only more covered up, but breaking her armor would simply make her gauntlet disappear.
Pic related. Ivy Valentine. I dare you to show me another 1p outfit of hers in the series that has her more covered up.
#49 - heartlessrobot (10/18/2014) [-]
And then there's Tira.
#70 - so is the last one 10/17/2014 on Irony Comp 0
#73 - meh roll play is roll play the only cringey thing is the unfor… 10/16/2014 on Cringe Comp Numbruh 10 +5
#23 - >be me >just got crusader kings 2 >on main sc…  [+] (19 new replies) 10/15/2014 on Playing game after skipping... +61
User avatar #120 - iamchicken (10/15/2014) [-]
>play CK2 for the first time
>already watched two whole lets plays of the game so i think i know what im doing
>start as Italian city state
>within 30 minutes my family was dead and i was annexed by a Spanish nation
User avatar #102 - pinkfloyd (10/15/2014) [-]
>buy EU4
>Skip tutorial thats pussy shit
>Play as Poland
>Rebels out the ass
>drain my manpower down to 0, armies are completely lacking men
>Russian coalition of Austria, Ottoman Empire, Brandenburg, Sweden, Denmark, and England all declare war on me.
> Lose the war and lost like half my lands
>England declares war on me for being Christian and they're protestant
>they land a naval force on my shores
> Armies still suck from lacking men
>Get forced to convert to Protestantism
> Christian zealots rise up in all of my provinces
>Repeat process

10/10 would partition Poland again
User avatar #101 - theshadowed (10/15/2014) [-]
I can finally play CK2 pretty good, reformed the Roman Empire

I have absolutely zero idea how to even work Europa Univeralis
#86 - xxxsonic fanxxx (10/15/2014) [-]
Holy shit I love crusader kings.
User avatar #63 - aangbingo (10/15/2014) [-]
>buy Crusader Kings 2 when it comes out
>ignore tutorial because "how hard could it be"
>spend 20 minutes trying to figure out how to move troops
>accidentally commit suicide

Why is that button even there
#54 - duedum (10/15/2014) [-]

ill give you a gud tumble if u dnt get gud m8
#32 - emiyashirou (10/15/2014) [-]
>First attempt at Crusader Kings
>Be Sweden or some shit
>Raise an army as soon as the game starts
>Attack the entirety of Europe
>Realize, after defeating like 15 cities that I can't just take them
#29 - trevanman (10/15/2014) [-]
MFW your comment.

Paradox games are easy to play.
their diplomacy is fucked up, though
#67 - felixjarl (10/15/2014) [-]
The diplomacy?

If we are talking CK2 then it is the most reasonable thing in the game and what i call a top tier if not the best diplomacy i have seen in a game.
#129 - trevanman (10/17/2014) [-]
try Victoria 2.
Played as US, Britain declared war. They needed 15 victory points.
Had only one. Immediately demanded I surrender. Fuck no.
Beat them back. Hard. War turned into my favor. They wanted a white peace.
WHAT? Demand land in Canada from them.
eventually; we made a white peace. nobody won, but at least they lost face.

start a great war. every country I'm fighting wants me to surrender. even if we haven't really fought yet. send armies their way. "pls no more. white peace." conquer their territories. "you won! we surrender." Fuck no. demand land. fuck yes. Goes like that every time.

you know what's fun? after you lose a great war; you lose your armies and you aren't allowed to build any armies.
when other countries surrender; the first thing they do is build armies.
something I can't do when I lose.
I mean, they LOST the war. They're breaking the treaty and shit.

and yeah, you're right.
they have the best diplomacy out there.
it's just fucked up how (as explained earlier) the AI doesn't need to play by the rules.

I really want to play Hearts of Iron now.
it's a bit similar to Vicky. but different.
User avatar #130 - felixjarl (10/17/2014) [-]
#131 - trevanman (10/17/2014) [-]
there's the "trucebreaker"-thingy.
let's say I start a war against the sultan of egypt and beat him up good. he'll surrender. we cool and all. though he is probably pissed at me taking his land. BUT we have a truce.

then I immediately decide the persians need a good facewrecking. so I stomp them into pulp. everything is going good. and then egypt joins in. before my truce with them ends.

the egyptian sultan doesn't get trucebreaker, even though he has a truce with me and just broke it.
User avatar #132 - felixjarl (10/17/2014) [-]
I disagree. it is perfectly rational.
#133 - trevanman (10/17/2014) [-]
he's breaking a truce.
if I did that, I'd get trucebreaker.
how is that rational?
User avatar #134 - felixjarl (10/17/2014) [-]
Because banning them from helping their allies would beak the game.
#135 - trevanman (10/17/2014) [-]
that's the fun thing.
they're not allies.
they're the same religion.

and how would that break the game?
it's still truce breaking.
if I get bad traits because of it, then so should they.

not like it matters. I conquer their asses anyways
User avatar #48 - thesovereigngrave (10/15/2014) [-]
For someone not familiar with the genre they can be a bit confusing. Not to mention the way armies work in CK II is different from how they work in most other strategy games.
#51 - trevanman (10/15/2014) [-]
need to choose Casus Belli, can't declare war when levies are raised, can't declare war when your mercs are on their side of the border.
but you can declare war when THEIR levies are on your side (you still get the "trucebreaker" trait, though)
User avatar #26 - ludislavonac (10/15/2014) [-]
Even with the tutorial the game is hard as fuck to grasp if you never played a game from Paradox, good thing I mastered EU4 before trying to play this
#22 - personally i dont think we should worry about other star syste…  [+] (8 new replies) 10/12/2014 on Spess 0
User avatar #23 - therealtjthemedic (10/12/2014) [-]
Yeah, baby steps you know.
User avatar #35 - fuckdamnshitcunts (10/12/2014) [-]
I agree with both of you.

I don't think there is going to be put any significant funding into space exploration until a nearly global consensus of the "We need to get the fuck off this planet."-variety has been reached due to whatever (natural disaster, man-made disaster, shortage of resources, overpopulation etc.).

(Getting slightly off topic below. Stop here if you're not interested in relativity in the slightest.)

We should, and probably are going to, obviously start with our solar system, but when the time comes to explore the stars we will most likely face a more ethical problem, namely that of how relativity would affect humans on a manned, interstellar journey. If we don't find a way to enable any form of faster-than-light travelling, we would have to travel at ~c (or slightly less than c) (c is the speed of which electromagnetic radiation propagates in vacuum, and is the same in ALL inertial reference frames) if efficiency is a priority. However, from this comes severe relativistic effects, and a manned mission that was sent on a journey to return after, say, 40 years in their local reference frame, hundreds, possibly thousands of years will passed on Earth (in Earth's reference frame). This has been discussed extensively in the solution of the twin paradox.

This is all how I roughly remember relativity from my studies (I'm studying astrophysics, thanks for asking). I can't be bothered with finding my notes to check, nor googling, so don't quote me on this, please.
User avatar #44 - therealtjthemedic (10/12/2014) [-]
That's the sad thing about space.
As long as light speed is the upper boundary, humanity can never make a big 'interstellar empire' simply due to lack of communications.
Any missions going to other stars or further would have to be completely independent.
Until we cheat our way around that Alcubierre drive when? we'll never be able to have a huge booming empire, only small pockets.
User avatar #53 - fuckdamnshitcunts (10/12/2014) [-]
This may also be a reason for why extra-terrestial intelligence haven't made contact with us yet (or maybe they don't want to) - if they exist.

I haven't properly reviewed (or taken a look at, tbh) at the physics behind a device that could contract and expand space-time. I'm also certain that the mechanical-engineering bit about the device would not be feasable with current technology. Hopefully we'll wait only a couple generations for that...and even more: le's hope the technology isn't used for anything else than space travel.

If the Alcubierre drive turn out to not be feasable at all ( ), there is still one saving grace: wormholes. Einstein's theory of general relativity has proven itself time-and-time again to be a good contender probably not the correct wordage, but hopefully not too far off for a gravitational theory - and it permits the existance of wormholes under certain circumstances.

I'm also not too sure wether or not there ever will be technology that can pull this off, though. We may need to find a deeply fundamental connection between general relativity and quantum mechanics (or (relativistic) quantum field theory...or quantum electrodynamics...or any working theory for quantum gravity (string theory/supersymmetry)) .

All this is still theory, though (shocking, I know), but I hope that one day it will be used in practice for war space exploration.
User avatar #66 - therealtjthemedic (10/12/2014) [-]
Yeah. It's kinda sad to think that we might never have super cool space wars empires, but assuming that we'll never be able to is pretty stupid.
I mean, 100 years ago we didn't think we could go past 40 kph.
User avatar #74 - fuckdamnshitcunts (10/12/2014) [-]
You raise a valid point sir and/or madam. Tell ya what, if I discover anything about thid during my endavour of general relativity, assuming I start to study the field, I'll let ya konw, and we can rule this galaxy financially by having monopoly on space travel technology!
User avatar #86 - therealtjthemedic (10/12/2014) [-]
We will win science.
P.S. We really got a shit location in terms of closest neighboring sun. If we were more central we'd be packing for the nearest solar system before the (space) coffee was finished boiling.
User avatar #110 - fuckdamnshitcunts (10/13/2014) [-]
I think our location is fine, to be honest, but I wouldn't mind some stars at ~1 l.y. away from us. Not too close, though, as I think this would result in a much higher flux density of cosmic radiation and stellar wind (if the heliopause of the Sun and nearby stars coincide at a point), and I don't think Earth's (or a planet like Earth) atmosphere would be too happy about that, unless Earths, or said planet's, magnetoshpere is sufficiently effective at dealing with said particles (year-around intense auroras woohoo!).

Really looking forward to your (space) coffee ;) Sounds delicious!
#22 - okay child go get your mommy or daddy and show them the pictur…  [+] (1 new reply) 10/12/2014 on I can't even 0
User avatar #43 - demandsgayversion (10/12/2014) [-]
You know, fuck it, let's start implying parenthesis. Why don't we replace the multiplication sign with a cute little heart? Maybe we can just all agree that every equation equals 69, because who gives a fuck about the singular order of mathematics when we can just make it an art of interpretation? Math doesn't need to a concrete language of numbers.
#18 - *sigh* you are either a troll an idiot or a child and i am not…  [+] (4 new replies) 10/12/2014 on I can't even 0
User avatar #20 - demandsgayversion (10/12/2014) [-]
See, now you're being an asshole. If you plug that shit into a calculator, it's going to fucking give you 8. Math isn't open to interpretation. Either it's in parenthesis or it's not. You can't imply shit to a calculator - and a human is to do math as a calculator would, or you're gonna get the question wrong. Cunt.
User avatar #37 - pokemonstheshiz (10/12/2014) [-]
Implied parenthesis are improper, yes, but in this case it's pretty clear due to the division line's placement.
User avatar #22 - chuckbillrow (10/12/2014) [-]
okay child go get your mommy or daddy and show them the picture and they can explain to you how having the equation written out like that is the same as having parenthesis around the 6+4

then show them your last comment and they can explain how calculators are computers and they need things written out expressly because computers lack the ability to think but math has existed for much longer than computers and is done by people who are capable of recognizing that putting a term in the numerator is equivalent to putting parenthesis around the term

and then show them my comment and they will agree that i am being an asshole but you are still wrong
User avatar #43 - demandsgayversion (10/12/2014) [-]
You know, fuck it, let's start implying parenthesis. Why don't we replace the multiplication sign with a cute little heart? Maybe we can just all agree that every equation equals 69, because who gives a fuck about the singular order of mathematics when we can just make it an art of interpretation? Math doesn't need to a concrete language of numbers.

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