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#113 - true. My point is that not everyone who has experienc…  [+] (3 new replies) 04/07/2016 on Stealth Games in Virtual... 0
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#114 - angelious (04/07/2016) [-]
i know. the ptsd angle was just to point out that war is hell. and that video games cant really prepare you for that sort of shit.
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#115 - warbob (04/07/2016) [-]
sure, they can't prepare you entirely. 100% being able to cope with it? Hardly.

But maybe it'll be higher. Migth be lower due to disparity with virtual reality, who knows.
I'm just saying that the possibilities exist.
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#116 - angelious (04/07/2016) [-]
in the far off future, yes. there will be ways to use it in training. but just playing video games wont prepare you for actual war.
#111 - it's not like every veteran suffers from ptsd either  [+] (5 new replies) 04/07/2016 on Stealth Games in Virtual... 0
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#112 - angelious (04/07/2016) [-]
its not like every veteran goes through the same shit.

and its not like everybody deals with trauma the same way.

for instance, i get increasingly more aggressive the more stressed out i am, and the more dangerous the situation. meanwhile my father has the tendency to get over protective of everything. and a friend of mine just shuts down all his emotions during times of panic.
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#113 - warbob (04/07/2016) [-]
true.

My point is that not everyone who has experienced war, with all it's bitterness, has PTSD.

Sure, they all have unpleasant memories of it. It has made quite an impact on them and their personalities. But quite a few do manage to cope with it.

www.ptsd.ne.gov/what-is-ptsd.html at the very bottom you can see some statistics on how common PTSD is.
Despite rather high percentage of the population reporting at least one traumatic even in their lifetime, far from all of them report suffering from PTSD even once.
They even give an example with Vietnam veterans, amongst which the occurance is up to about half of the survivors. But it's not all. And I doubt you'll claim that those just didn't experience much trauma.
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#114 - angelious (04/07/2016) [-]
i know. the ptsd angle was just to point out that war is hell. and that video games cant really prepare you for that sort of shit.
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#115 - warbob (04/07/2016) [-]
sure, they can't prepare you entirely. 100% being able to cope with it? Hardly.

But maybe it'll be higher. Migth be lower due to disparity with virtual reality, who knows.
I'm just saying that the possibilities exist.
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#116 - angelious (04/07/2016) [-]
in the far off future, yes. there will be ways to use it in training. but just playing video games wont prepare you for actual war.
#39 - One of the dangers of VR is exacly the suspension of reality. …  [+] (7 new replies) 04/06/2016 on Stealth Games in Virtual... +3
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#110 - angelious (04/07/2016) [-]
and again.

vr will never actually capture actual gore. the smell of it alone is something i doubt they would put in a video game ever.

also again, if people could grow "accustomed" to the idea of war, then ptsd wouldnt exist
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#111 - warbob (04/07/2016) [-]
it's not like every veteran suffers from ptsd either
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#112 - angelious (04/07/2016) [-]
its not like every veteran goes through the same shit.

and its not like everybody deals with trauma the same way.

for instance, i get increasingly more aggressive the more stressed out i am, and the more dangerous the situation. meanwhile my father has the tendency to get over protective of everything. and a friend of mine just shuts down all his emotions during times of panic.
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#113 - warbob (04/07/2016) [-]
true.

My point is that not everyone who has experienced war, with all it's bitterness, has PTSD.

Sure, they all have unpleasant memories of it. It has made quite an impact on them and their personalities. But quite a few do manage to cope with it.

www.ptsd.ne.gov/what-is-ptsd.html at the very bottom you can see some statistics on how common PTSD is.
Despite rather high percentage of the population reporting at least one traumatic even in their lifetime, far from all of them report suffering from PTSD even once.
They even give an example with Vietnam veterans, amongst which the occurance is up to about half of the survivors. But it's not all. And I doubt you'll claim that those just didn't experience much trauma.
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#114 - angelious (04/07/2016) [-]
i know. the ptsd angle was just to point out that war is hell. and that video games cant really prepare you for that sort of shit.
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#115 - warbob (04/07/2016) [-]
sure, they can't prepare you entirely. 100% being able to cope with it? Hardly.

But maybe it'll be higher. Migth be lower due to disparity with virtual reality, who knows.
I'm just saying that the possibilities exist.
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#116 - angelious (04/07/2016) [-]
in the far off future, yes. there will be ways to use it in training. but just playing video games wont prepare you for actual war.
#37 - hey, I said when tech reaches similiar levels to begin with. C…  [+] (9 new replies) 04/06/2016 on Stealth Games in Virtual... -2
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#38 - angelious (04/06/2016) [-]
and it will most likely be that way for a long time. not to mention there will be a point when people will say "this isnt fun anymore" since y know..ptsd and all the other shit is still a thing.

there is a reason why people say "war is hell"

and while the technological boom we are experiencing is indeed massive. i do feel its going to slow down and crawl outwards soon enough...there isnt any more need for the same technological leaps as there was during cold war, and our focus is moving towards...less favourable stuff than killing each other..
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#39 - warbob (04/06/2016) [-]
One of the dangers of VR is exacly the suspension of reality.

PTSD? Friends dying? Gore? Hell?

but what if none of it is real?

but IRL is real, you'll say. Fair point. But in the virtual reality it won't be. Sure, it'll be softened, pain is unlikely, gore will be unrealistic.

But you'll still grow somewhat accustomed to what you're exposed at. Like all those people who play/watch horrors. They just grow accustomed to a lot of it over the time.

I guess you could say they grown comfortably numb..
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#110 - angelious (04/07/2016) [-]
and again.

vr will never actually capture actual gore. the smell of it alone is something i doubt they would put in a video game ever.

also again, if people could grow "accustomed" to the idea of war, then ptsd wouldnt exist
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#111 - warbob (04/07/2016) [-]
it's not like every veteran suffers from ptsd either
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#112 - angelious (04/07/2016) [-]
its not like every veteran goes through the same shit.

and its not like everybody deals with trauma the same way.

for instance, i get increasingly more aggressive the more stressed out i am, and the more dangerous the situation. meanwhile my father has the tendency to get over protective of everything. and a friend of mine just shuts down all his emotions during times of panic.
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#113 - warbob (04/07/2016) [-]
true.

My point is that not everyone who has experienced war, with all it's bitterness, has PTSD.

Sure, they all have unpleasant memories of it. It has made quite an impact on them and their personalities. But quite a few do manage to cope with it.

www.ptsd.ne.gov/what-is-ptsd.html at the very bottom you can see some statistics on how common PTSD is.
Despite rather high percentage of the population reporting at least one traumatic even in their lifetime, far from all of them report suffering from PTSD even once.
They even give an example with Vietnam veterans, amongst which the occurance is up to about half of the survivors. But it's not all. And I doubt you'll claim that those just didn't experience much trauma.
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#114 - angelious (04/07/2016) [-]
i know. the ptsd angle was just to point out that war is hell. and that video games cant really prepare you for that sort of shit.
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#115 - warbob (04/07/2016) [-]
sure, they can't prepare you entirely. 100% being able to cope with it? Hardly.

But maybe it'll be higher. Migth be lower due to disparity with virtual reality, who knows.
I'm just saying that the possibilities exist.
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#116 - angelious (04/07/2016) [-]
in the far off future, yes. there will be ways to use it in training. but just playing video games wont prepare you for actual war.
#35 - >> #34 , 04/06/2016 on Stealth Games in Virtual... +1
#34 - I disagree, most tactics in high-level FPS games are far from …  [+] (11 new replies) 04/06/2016 on Stealth Games in Virtual... -4
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#36 - angelious (04/06/2016) [-]
even the "highly realistic" fps arent able to recreate proper tactics that would be needed to survive in real combat. most all of the tactics used in them are either ineffective, or dangerous for the one using them. this is brought about by either lack of game design (or constricts of technology) that stops them from implementing a properly realistic combat design, OR its brought about by people exploiting faults in the game.

and no..they really dont give you knowledge or attitude for real life combat.

you ever smelled burned flesh? or ever seen an actual dead body??guts? blood? anything like that? games, DONT prepare you for that shit. they dont prepare you for life or death situations, they dont prepare you for seeing your friends die and realizing you might be next, they dont prepare you for the feel of actually killing real life human beings. let alone even knowing how it feels like to actually shoot a real life gun.

and schizo tech like that is still WAYY far into the future. so far that its still near impossible to even fathom how we could make a game like that.
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#37 - warbob (04/06/2016) [-]
hey, I said when tech reaches similiar levels to begin with. Current virtual reality is far from being realistic in so many ways.


As for how far we are from that technology - who knows? A decade ago we were still using floppy disks. A gigabyte of RAM was considered tremendous.
Two decades ago we could count the pixels on games.
Three decades ago we barely had computers.

The pace at which our technology improves at the moment is far from linear, it's a progression. It only keeps going faster. Some even claim it to be exponential.
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#38 - angelious (04/06/2016) [-]
and it will most likely be that way for a long time. not to mention there will be a point when people will say "this isnt fun anymore" since y know..ptsd and all the other shit is still a thing.

there is a reason why people say "war is hell"

and while the technological boom we are experiencing is indeed massive. i do feel its going to slow down and crawl outwards soon enough...there isnt any more need for the same technological leaps as there was during cold war, and our focus is moving towards...less favourable stuff than killing each other..
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#39 - warbob (04/06/2016) [-]
One of the dangers of VR is exacly the suspension of reality.

PTSD? Friends dying? Gore? Hell?

but what if none of it is real?

but IRL is real, you'll say. Fair point. But in the virtual reality it won't be. Sure, it'll be softened, pain is unlikely, gore will be unrealistic.

But you'll still grow somewhat accustomed to what you're exposed at. Like all those people who play/watch horrors. They just grow accustomed to a lot of it over the time.

I guess you could say they grown comfortably numb..
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#110 - angelious (04/07/2016) [-]
and again.

vr will never actually capture actual gore. the smell of it alone is something i doubt they would put in a video game ever.

also again, if people could grow "accustomed" to the idea of war, then ptsd wouldnt exist
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#111 - warbob (04/07/2016) [-]
it's not like every veteran suffers from ptsd either
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#112 - angelious (04/07/2016) [-]
its not like every veteran goes through the same shit.

and its not like everybody deals with trauma the same way.

for instance, i get increasingly more aggressive the more stressed out i am, and the more dangerous the situation. meanwhile my father has the tendency to get over protective of everything. and a friend of mine just shuts down all his emotions during times of panic.
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#113 - warbob (04/07/2016) [-]
true.

My point is that not everyone who has experienced war, with all it's bitterness, has PTSD.

Sure, they all have unpleasant memories of it. It has made quite an impact on them and their personalities. But quite a few do manage to cope with it.

www.ptsd.ne.gov/what-is-ptsd.html at the very bottom you can see some statistics on how common PTSD is.
Despite rather high percentage of the population reporting at least one traumatic even in their lifetime, far from all of them report suffering from PTSD even once.
They even give an example with Vietnam veterans, amongst which the occurance is up to about half of the survivors. But it's not all. And I doubt you'll claim that those just didn't experience much trauma.
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#114 - angelious (04/07/2016) [-]
i know. the ptsd angle was just to point out that war is hell. and that video games cant really prepare you for that sort of shit.
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#115 - warbob (04/07/2016) [-]
sure, they can't prepare you entirely. 100% being able to cope with it? Hardly.

But maybe it'll be higher. Migth be lower due to disparity with virtual reality, who knows.
I'm just saying that the possibilities exist.
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#116 - angelious (04/07/2016) [-]
in the far off future, yes. there will be ways to use it in training. but just playing video games wont prepare you for actual war.
#30 - People severely underestimate what good VR means, imo. …  [+] (20 new replies) 04/06/2016 on Stealth Games in Virtual... +42
#100 - shigiddy (04/07/2016) [-]
Consider military people who are into video games able to give actual tactical advice, and this becomes even more of a possibility.
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#106 - advice (04/07/2016) [-]
Back in the day there were video games that the army used as recruiters
#61 - anon (04/06/2016) [-]
You should read the World At War Online series, if you like fiction at all.
#49 - desacabose (04/06/2016) [-]
#33 - amuzen (04/06/2016) [-]
Imagine, the best CS-GO teams in charge of a small army of remote controlled droids.
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#35 - warbob (04/06/2016) [-]
>>#34,
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#32 - angelious (04/06/2016) [-]
there are still limitations.

no game will actually prepare you to actually shoot a gun, most "tactics" used in fps video games would be suicidal in real life.

and most importantly, not all people react kindly to situations where their life is threatened.

video games CAN be in future, used to prepare people for combat situations. but just playing video games, will never prepare you for actual combat. let alone military life.
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#34 - warbob (04/06/2016) [-]
I disagree, most tactics in high-level FPS games are far from suicidal. I mean, there is definately the risk factor, as there is IRL. But the tactics they think of achieve the result or are scrapped.

Sure directly applying game knowledge onto IRL will end in bad results. But it's likely still far better than what an average civilian would think of.

And whether they are sufficient on giving you enough knowledge/attitude and etc. to enter real combat or is just distorted virtual reality where things work in completely different ways ....
depends entirely on how good we become at simulating our world. As I mentioned, I'm not speaking about current technology.

Here's a short film from last year that encroaches the topic.

Watch until the end.

A SciFi Short Film HD UNCANNY VALLEY  by 3dar
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#36 - angelious (04/06/2016) [-]
even the "highly realistic" fps arent able to recreate proper tactics that would be needed to survive in real combat. most all of the tactics used in them are either ineffective, or dangerous for the one using them. this is brought about by either lack of game design (or constricts of technology) that stops them from implementing a properly realistic combat design, OR its brought about by people exploiting faults in the game.

and no..they really dont give you knowledge or attitude for real life combat.

you ever smelled burned flesh? or ever seen an actual dead body??guts? blood? anything like that? games, DONT prepare you for that shit. they dont prepare you for life or death situations, they dont prepare you for seeing your friends die and realizing you might be next, they dont prepare you for the feel of actually killing real life human beings. let alone even knowing how it feels like to actually shoot a real life gun.

and schizo tech like that is still WAYY far into the future. so far that its still near impossible to even fathom how we could make a game like that.
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#37 - warbob (04/06/2016) [-]
hey, I said when tech reaches similiar levels to begin with. Current virtual reality is far from being realistic in so many ways.


As for how far we are from that technology - who knows? A decade ago we were still using floppy disks. A gigabyte of RAM was considered tremendous.
Two decades ago we could count the pixels on games.
Three decades ago we barely had computers.

The pace at which our technology improves at the moment is far from linear, it's a progression. It only keeps going faster. Some even claim it to be exponential.
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#38 - angelious (04/06/2016) [-]
and it will most likely be that way for a long time. not to mention there will be a point when people will say "this isnt fun anymore" since y know..ptsd and all the other shit is still a thing.

there is a reason why people say "war is hell"

and while the technological boom we are experiencing is indeed massive. i do feel its going to slow down and crawl outwards soon enough...there isnt any more need for the same technological leaps as there was during cold war, and our focus is moving towards...less favourable stuff than killing each other..
User avatar
#39 - warbob (04/06/2016) [-]
One of the dangers of VR is exacly the suspension of reality.

PTSD? Friends dying? Gore? Hell?

but what if none of it is real?

but IRL is real, you'll say. Fair point. But in the virtual reality it won't be. Sure, it'll be softened, pain is unlikely, gore will be unrealistic.

But you'll still grow somewhat accustomed to what you're exposed at. Like all those people who play/watch horrors. They just grow accustomed to a lot of it over the time.

I guess you could say they grown comfortably numb..
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#110 - angelious (04/07/2016) [-]
and again.

vr will never actually capture actual gore. the smell of it alone is something i doubt they would put in a video game ever.

also again, if people could grow "accustomed" to the idea of war, then ptsd wouldnt exist
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#111 - warbob (04/07/2016) [-]
it's not like every veteran suffers from ptsd either
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#112 - angelious (04/07/2016) [-]
its not like every veteran goes through the same shit.

and its not like everybody deals with trauma the same way.

for instance, i get increasingly more aggressive the more stressed out i am, and the more dangerous the situation. meanwhile my father has the tendency to get over protective of everything. and a friend of mine just shuts down all his emotions during times of panic.
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#113 - warbob (04/07/2016) [-]
true.

My point is that not everyone who has experienced war, with all it's bitterness, has PTSD.

Sure, they all have unpleasant memories of it. It has made quite an impact on them and their personalities. But quite a few do manage to cope with it.

www.ptsd.ne.gov/what-is-ptsd.html at the very bottom you can see some statistics on how common PTSD is.
Despite rather high percentage of the population reporting at least one traumatic even in their lifetime, far from all of them report suffering from PTSD even once.
They even give an example with Vietnam veterans, amongst which the occurance is up to about half of the survivors. But it's not all. And I doubt you'll claim that those just didn't experience much trauma.
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#114 - angelious (04/07/2016) [-]
i know. the ptsd angle was just to point out that war is hell. and that video games cant really prepare you for that sort of shit.
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#115 - warbob (04/07/2016) [-]
sure, they can't prepare you entirely. 100% being able to cope with it? Hardly.

But maybe it'll be higher. Migth be lower due to disparity with virtual reality, who knows.
I'm just saying that the possibilities exist.
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#116 - angelious (04/07/2016) [-]
in the far off future, yes. there will be ways to use it in training. but just playing video games wont prepare you for actual war.
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#31 - yunch (04/06/2016) [-]
I'm excited and frightened at the same time.
#33 - I'm bulgarian, my language is pretty close to russian and whil… 04/06/2016 on /k/, scaring the drunk out... +1
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#13 - mp4 of presumably authentic ww2 soviet battle cry >…  [+] (4 new replies) 04/06/2016 on /k/, scaring the drunk out... +13
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#55 - amonlavtar (04/06/2016) [-]
>not rolling the R's

Theese are non-slavic voices, the authenticity is false
#38 - anon (04/06/2016) [-]
Well it's not really authentic, because no russian would scream it like that. Sounds more like a recreation by someone who does not speak russian.
#32 - anon (04/06/2016) [-]
Not really a battle cry, it's a victory cry, they are screaming "HURRAY, HURRAY, HURRAY" as they have presumably won.
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#33 - warbob (04/06/2016) [-]
I'm bulgarian, my language is pretty close to russian and while an adequate translation would be "huurah" , they still use the cry as a morale booster / morale attack.
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#96 - kiedekka (04/06/2016) [-]
EXACTLY
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#102 - toguro (04/05/2016) [-]
Speaking from experience, save it for someone you actually care for - virtually all of my friends have sour memories of their first time, I found a girl I love (still going strong) and for the rest of my life I'm going to have sweet memories of my first time.

It really isn't a rush despite common parlance, and when you do have that first time filled with love throughout the night - it's worth every day you spent waiting.
#63 - drickz (04/05/2016) [-]
It's not taxing if you find someone you enjoy talking to. Used to chat up a bunch of people and send a bunch of messages. Either they stopped responding after a short while or I told them that it didn't feel like we match and tell them goodbye.

Eventually I found my current gf. We messaged back and forth for two years before getting together. Every time spent messaging her was invigorating. Different for different people, I suppose, but if you find someone you enjoy, being a couple won't be taxing.
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#57 - Sinrik (04/05/2016) [-]
dude some advice whether you want it or not be selfish and think of yourself before others get your shit sorted before you get someone in your life who may never get their shit sorted it never ends well and the leading cause of divorce is marrige /end"advice" keep safe out there bro lot's of crazy you don't want to deal with and always bring a towel
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#40 - yunch (04/05/2016) [-]
Save it for when you get married. That's what I plan to do, to be honest.
#140 - oh don't get me wrong, there are plenty of exceptions. … 04/05/2016 on 50% of gamers women? Try 5% 0
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#25 - haroldsaxon (04/04/2016) [-]
Like I said; it's not a complicated issue. With just a bit of visual aid and focusing on the sun, I could explain it to any kid who's interested. With a lack of interest, I probably couldn't.
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#26 - warbob (04/04/2016) [-]
you give too much credit to the attention span of a 5y old imo.

Tbh I'd try the same explanation tho.
#53 - 4chan has the appropriate attitude to this. girl game…  [+] (2 new replies) 04/04/2016 on 50% of gamers women? Try 5% +17
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#119 - locomotif (04/05/2016) [-]
It goes both ways. Some girls make a big deal that they're a gamer and some guys make a big deal that the gamer is a girl even if they don't explicitly mention it. There's always a chance if a girl turns her mic on, it'll just bring needless attention to her. And there's always guys who white knight for the sake of females, being female shouldn't devolve the argument into tits or gtfo, guys can spout the same shit
#140 - warbob (04/05/2016) [-]
oh don't get me wrong, there are plenty of exceptions.

They should feel free to communicate with the other members of the game. Voice communication would reveal their gender most of the time, which is unavoidable. And it does bring attention to them as they are most definately a "rare species" in the game. In that sense white knighting isn't totaly wrong either, as a female in games it is more than likely that she doesn't have even half the experience of other gamers but her actions will inevitably draw more attention. In a sense, white knights try to nurture females' sense of fun in a game and that is by no means wrong by itself.


Rarely do I meet a "new gamer" of either gender, who understands what's the difference between him/her and the rest. I was playing LoL with a couple girls in younger times and they felt downcast that they weren't as good as me. They had played LoL for years and in just a year and a half I had far surpassed them. They felt as if they're bad, if they just can't play game and etc.

But in reality that was one of the first games that they have played and yes, they had 3 years experience in it, which if compared to my year-year and a half is indeed far more. What they failed to realize is that my experience from other games has far more weight than they could imagine, and I had been playing games for a decade before them, including DotA for another 2 years before LoL.


TL;DR Giving girls some attention is ok. They're new to the whole super-competitive enviornment and most likely don't have nearly as much experience in gaming as us. Helping ,in moderation, someone have fun isn't bad, rather it's high time people realized they should treat noobs differently than shouting at them for not knowing stuff.
#18 - but in the picture we're specificly speaking of a 5-year-old  [+] (4 new replies) 04/04/2016 on god 0
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#19 - haroldsaxon (04/04/2016) [-]
Where do I say I'm not?
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#24 - warbob (04/04/2016) [-]
ah, I see, I mistook your intention in the previous comment.

Yes, I was intentionally describing the matter in an overly complicated matter.

But still, do you seriously except to be capable of explaining evolution to a 5-year-old? The kid probably can't even draw a straight line over 5 seconds, much less understand the concept of cause-effect that has been ongoing for tens of thousands of years.
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#25 - haroldsaxon (04/04/2016) [-]
Like I said; it's not a complicated issue. With just a bit of visual aid and focusing on the sun, I could explain it to any kid who's interested. With a lack of interest, I probably couldn't.
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#26 - warbob (04/04/2016) [-]
you give too much credit to the attention span of a 5y old imo.

Tbh I'd try the same explanation tho.
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#11 - You see, my 5-year old child , according to the most widely…  [+] (8 new replies) 04/04/2016 on god +4
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#22 - thesecretbear (04/04/2016) [-]
It could be put in a dumbed down version though.
"Because all humans lived in different areas, they adapted to living in those areas." Or something along those lines.
In my experience if a kid is smart they ask questions, and are fully capable of understanding something so long as it doesn't have too many abstract concepts or big words.
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#17 - twentyseconds (04/04/2016) [-]
5yo- what does survive mean?

oh..
what is death?
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#16 - haroldsaxon (04/04/2016) [-]
Maybe your 5 year old child would have problems understanding the concept, especially the way you explain, but most others wouldn't.
#18 - warbob (04/04/2016) [-]
but in the picture we're specificly speaking of a 5-year-old
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#19 - haroldsaxon (04/04/2016) [-]
Where do I say I'm not?
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#24 - warbob (04/04/2016) [-]
ah, I see, I mistook your intention in the previous comment.

Yes, I was intentionally describing the matter in an overly complicated matter.

But still, do you seriously except to be capable of explaining evolution to a 5-year-old? The kid probably can't even draw a straight line over 5 seconds, much less understand the concept of cause-effect that has been ongoing for tens of thousands of years.
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#25 - haroldsaxon (04/04/2016) [-]
Like I said; it's not a complicated issue. With just a bit of visual aid and focusing on the sun, I could explain it to any kid who's interested. With a lack of interest, I probably couldn't.
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#26 - warbob (04/04/2016) [-]
you give too much credit to the attention span of a 5y old imo.

Tbh I'd try the same explanation tho.
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#40 - warbob ONLINE (12/28/2014) [+] (34 replies)
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dumping some webm sheit
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#54 - noblecaoswalrus (08/22/2015) [-]
**noblecaoswalrus used "*roll picture*"**
**noblecaoswalrus rolled image** What is even going on in this comment section?
#55 to #54 - warbob ONLINE (08/22/2015) [-]
it's my personal space for doing absolutely nothing. Occasionally (once a year on average) someone else comes.
#56 to #55 - noblecaoswalrus (08/22/2015) [-]
Sounds good
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wouldn't have it any other way
#25 - dndxplain (08/28/2014) [-]
well you kind of started a massive fight by calling me out on thumbing down the game :/
#26 to #25 - warbob ONLINE (08/28/2014) [-]
wasn't my intention , I asked because someone already said it on chat and...
sorry
#27 to #26 - dndxplain (08/28/2014) [-]
I'm not mad at you. I'd been meaning to say some stuff about encomp for a while now, but the fact of the matter is that I've never called someone out for thumbing unless I sincerely wanted their critique in order to make it better.
#28 to #27 - warbob ONLINE (08/28/2014) [-]
just wanted to speak with you , I pretty much said what I wanted already. I'm not supporting him , I honestly don't care much. You guys can have your civil war on the board, time will pass and it will be long forgotten.
#29 to #28 - dndxplain (08/28/2014) [-]
I don't want a civil war. the only thing you could call me angry or passionate about in this whole ordeal is that the reason the board was essentially dead in the first place is because he killed it. look back and you'll see what I'm talking about.

About the game, though, it's off topic. I may not necessarily like the idea about it but that's beside the point. what you guys as players should do is what languagexplain, myself, and a few others wound up doing. petition to get a forum gaming board or something for games like that.
#30 to #29 - warbob ONLINE (08/28/2014) [-]
yeah , at some point I realised it's not exacly /tabletop/ gaming either. Trying to get in contact with addy or smt to propose the board to be renamed to /tabletop & roleplaying/ if the users agree and stuff.
#31 to #30 - dndxplain (08/28/2014) [-]
I honestly know of games similar to this that wouldn't fit that bill either. I've wanted to post them before, but to be entirely honest, I don't want to pollute the board (unlike someone.) I sincerely think games should deserve their own board.

in case you're wondering, one game I had wanted to start is called king of the hill. the goal is essentially to take the hill (it gets increasingly more absurd as it goes on)
#32 to #31 - warbob ONLINE (08/28/2014) [-]
sounds good. Perhaps we'll make roleplaying a part of the board at some point so all that stuff is actually ontopic.

However it'd be quite hard to make the people stop playing the nation builder and from what I've seen the mods aren't seeing it as an infringement of the rules either.
#33 to #32 - dndxplain (08/28/2014) [-]
never said you guys should stop, I just think it should be moved. one mod did recommend that he move it to his profile.
#34 to #33 - warbob ONLINE (08/28/2014) [-]
I suppose it's a possibility.
But we still have the problem with the lack of people on the board. The cause for them being so low atm aside, we need active people on the board now.
#35 to #34 - dndxplain (08/28/2014) [-]
I've been trying to get more people using it. I haven't got many ideas for what to do as of yet. maybe having rikter post a painting guide and doing some "newbie friendly" character creation guides
#36 to #35 - warbob ONLINE (08/28/2014) [-]
guides on creating characters sounds good , but tabletop gaming itself doesn't provide that many topics for conversation imo.
#37 to #36 - dndxplain (08/28/2014) [-]
believe it or not it's more than rpgs. cardgame deckbuilding threads, wargame army threads, character design threads, campaign detail threads, LFG (looking for group) threads, game-design threads, et cetera.
#38 to #37 - warbob ONLINE (08/28/2014) [-]
well nation building and etc. is roleplaying imo , so I can figure out a lot of stuff that can happen within a roleplaying board.
#39 to #38 - dndxplain (08/28/2014) [-]
I sincerely still think a games board would be better suited for your needs, because you can argue that roleplays are games, but you can't argue that checkers or go fish are roleplays
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Actually they have a lot of **** like this wtf
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www.reddit.com/r/OneTrueTatsuya   
They have a ******* subreddit for Tatsuya fukken christ
www.reddit.com/r/OneTrueTatsuya
They have a ******* subreddit for Tatsuya fukken christ
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#21 - Byte ONLINE (06/25/2014) [-]
Why do we all try?
In the end we'll all die
The same outcome for all
The tall and the small
For the people who think they are worthless
And for the rich people who have no sense
To see their lives will end too
And there's nothing they can do
You can't buy your way out of death
One of life’s hardest test
Some people's lives end fast
Like in a shooting or a crash
Their lives are over in a flash
Their friends all mourn
Their family is torn
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