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#11 - One would think the dragons would win, but the giants in Skyri…  [+] (1 new reply) 01/07/2014 on High King of Skyrim 0
User avatar #16 - ThpiderMan (01/07/2014) [-]
Creatures difficulty vary based on your fighting style. Even on Master or whatever the highest difficulty is, it's been ages since I played it, if you specialize in ranged combat then giants are child's play compared to dragons and their quick, lithe movements.
#9 - The king of giants would take you down  [+] (3 new replies) 01/07/2014 on High King of Skyrim +2
User avatar #10 - thelizardlord (01/07/2014) [-]
I admit I am not that educated about the subject and I do believe Dragons would beat giants in a fight.
User avatar #11 - wertologist (01/07/2014) [-]
One would think the dragons would win, but the giants in Skyrim are overpowered. They launch you into orbit. They are much tougher than dragons. I had o wait until I was a high level before I could take giants downs easily. Dragons are easy unless they don't want to land or stop flying in circles
User avatar #16 - ThpiderMan (01/07/2014) [-]
Creatures difficulty vary based on your fighting style. Even on Master or whatever the highest difficulty is, it's been ages since I played it, if you specialize in ranged combat then giants are child's play compared to dragons and their quick, lithe movements.
#28 - Indeed 01/07/2014 on Oh Freeside, Thou art so rough 0
#6 - Never watched it. Didn't think I could bare to watch it. Just … 01/07/2014 on Only At Walmart 0
#50 - If I feel the game is too easy I would turn up the difficulty … 01/07/2014 on Made elementary school... 0
#46 - I just never really liked MMOs. I prefer playing single player…  [+] (2 new replies) 01/07/2014 on Made elementary school... 0
User avatar #48 - biggrand (01/07/2014) [-]
I sort of see what you mean, although I play single player rpgs for the opposite reason. Hell I just installed several skyrim mods that make it so you aren't the dragonborn, you don't get shouts, and enemies kill you a lot easier. MMO's use to give me the adventurer feeling, but they're all too formulative now
User avatar #50 - wertologist (01/07/2014) [-]
If I feel the game is too easy I would turn up the difficulty or use less powerful normal/better looking weapons. I did play one other MMO called Dead Frontier, but players leveled up crazy slow
#44 - Honestly, I tried the game. Payed it for maybe 10 minutes. Mad…  [+] (4 new replies) 01/07/2014 on Made elementary school... +1
User avatar #45 - biggrand (01/07/2014) [-]
That was a common look, I was a walking christmas three with my second grade character, black skin and green pinecone hair. Mostly what I did was chop wood as well and make fires
User avatar #46 - wertologist (01/07/2014) [-]
I just never really liked MMOs. I prefer playing single player RPGs and feeling like a god. In MMOs there are always mightier gods than you. Minecraft is the only technical MMO I play online
User avatar #48 - biggrand (01/07/2014) [-]
I sort of see what you mean, although I play single player rpgs for the opposite reason. Hell I just installed several skyrim mods that make it so you aren't the dragonborn, you don't get shouts, and enemies kill you a lot easier. MMO's use to give me the adventurer feeling, but they're all too formulative now
User avatar #50 - wertologist (01/07/2014) [-]
If I feel the game is too easy I would turn up the difficulty or use less powerful normal/better looking weapons. I did play one other MMO called Dead Frontier, but players leveled up crazy slow
#3 - It's on Netflix too  [+] (2 new replies) 01/07/2014 on Only At Walmart 0
#4 - angelious (01/07/2014) [-]
any good?
User avatar #6 - wertologist (01/07/2014) [-]
Never watched it. Didn't think I could bare to watch it. Just thought I'd mention I saw it on Netflix so others could watch it if they want to be sick
#16 - I did notice your Kahjit. I did think it was clever and quite … 01/07/2014 on Oh Freeside, Thou art so rough 0
#14 - I also had a bit of a joke file. He roamed around claiming to …  [+] (2 new replies) 01/07/2014 on Oh Freeside, Thou art so rough +1
User avatar #15 - FeeFieFoe (01/07/2014) [-]
I fear your character outshines my skooma addicted kahjit
User avatar #16 - wertologist (01/07/2014) [-]
I did notice your Kahjit. I did think it was clever and quite liked it, but I think my Wrath would have most certainly have killed your character. The skooma addiction would have made him all the more eager. He hates Kahjits the most. You don't let your dog eat at the table, so why a giant cat? He would often walk after his prey as they fled for their lives or foolishly tried to fight back. Either way, that cat is dead
#12 - In New Vegas, I have a file set on very hard and ******…  [+] (4 new replies) 01/07/2014 on Oh Freeside, Thou art so rough +1
User avatar #13 - FeeFieFoe (01/07/2014) [-]
damn I like that, I must try it now, thank you thats awesome
User avatar #14 - wertologist (01/07/2014) [-]
I also had a bit of a joke file. He roamed around claiming to be the best surgeon in the wastes. He would then butcher all of the other doctors because they are the competition. Any character complaining of pain or wounds got treated by him. Usually his tools included spiked knuckles and a machete.

In Skyrim I had a character named Wrath. In a brief description, he planned to commit genocide. Dressed in Novice mage robes and hood, he would kill all non-human npc characters. Orcs, Kahjit, elves, ect. All to be killed. He would kill them out in the open and in broad daylight. Anyone living with or harboring an impure creature would be cleansed. He would drag the bodies around to put them on display as a warning to the other races. Stay out of Skyrim.
User avatar #15 - FeeFieFoe (01/07/2014) [-]
I fear your character outshines my skooma addicted kahjit
User avatar #16 - wertologist (01/07/2014) [-]
I did notice your Kahjit. I did think it was clever and quite liked it, but I think my Wrath would have most certainly have killed your character. The skooma addiction would have made him all the more eager. He hates Kahjits the most. You don't let your dog eat at the table, so why a giant cat? He would often walk after his prey as they fled for their lives or foolishly tried to fight back. Either way, that cat is dead
#72 - Any additional information is greatly appreciated  [+] (1 new reply) 12/31/2013 on Castles n Shit 0
User avatar #73 - daentraya (12/31/2013) [-]
www.praxxis.co.uk/credebyron/menagerie.htm
This site has everything written in a less dry text than wikipedia. To the right you'll see several other pages about him and Newstead Abbey. There's also a documentary if you youtube his name.
He was also bisexual in a time where you really didnt want to get out of the closet, had a crazy fangirl who send him bloody pubes (Carolina Lamb), and was basically a big hit for all the ladies back then. He was close friends with several other famous poets, including Mary Shelley (who wrote Frankenstein) and her husband Percy Shelley.
Learning about people and poetry are things that should be done outside of school
#70 - Sadly I don't live there. I live in merica'. The only places I…  [+] (3 new replies) 12/27/2013 on Castles n Shit 0
User avatar #71 - daentraya (12/28/2013) [-]
That sounds so much like Lord Byron. He inherited Newstead Abbey in a lousy state, and then threw some wild parties.
I will see what i can learn of the area from the internet, and use the power of imagination
User avatar #72 - wertologist (12/31/2013) [-]
Any additional information is greatly appreciated
User avatar #73 - daentraya (12/31/2013) [-]
www.praxxis.co.uk/credebyron/menagerie.htm
This site has everything written in a less dry text than wikipedia. To the right you'll see several other pages about him and Newstead Abbey. There's also a documentary if you youtube his name.
He was also bisexual in a time where you really didnt want to get out of the closet, had a crazy fangirl who send him bloody pubes (Carolina Lamb), and was basically a big hit for all the ladies back then. He was close friends with several other famous poets, including Mary Shelley (who wrote Frankenstein) and her husband Percy Shelley.
Learning about people and poetry are things that should be done outside of school
#768 - The content isn't exactly relevant to now, but here it is: 12/26/2013 on Make OC, admin will give... 0
#67 - It's been a while since I read the book about my family so I d…  [+] (5 new replies) 12/26/2013 on Castles n Shit 0
User avatar #69 - daentraya (12/27/2013) [-]
Wow, that shit's pretty majestic. Sounds like an interesting area you live in.

Actually, I'm writing a short story, and i need some location somewhere indistinct in England. I think this area would be neat inspiration. What other things are there near the area? And if it's not too much of a bother, anything special i may not be aware of that would come in handy when writing a story there
User avatar #70 - wertologist (12/27/2013) [-]
Sadly I don't live there. I live in merica'. The only places I know of there are the castle, the mine, and the viaduct going from the mine to town. I think there is also a small fort on the coast line. I wish I lived there. If I did I would throw some loud parties with the intent of pissing the neighbors off then yelling "Just try to come in and shut me up" then lock the gates
User avatar #71 - daentraya (12/28/2013) [-]
That sounds so much like Lord Byron. He inherited Newstead Abbey in a lousy state, and then threw some wild parties.
I will see what i can learn of the area from the internet, and use the power of imagination
User avatar #72 - wertologist (12/31/2013) [-]
Any additional information is greatly appreciated
User avatar #73 - daentraya (12/31/2013) [-]
www.praxxis.co.uk/credebyron/menagerie.htm
This site has everything written in a less dry text than wikipedia. To the right you'll see several other pages about him and Newstead Abbey. There's also a documentary if you youtube his name.
He was also bisexual in a time where you really didnt want to get out of the closet, had a crazy fangirl who send him bloody pubes (Carolina Lamb), and was basically a big hit for all the ladies back then. He was close friends with several other famous poets, including Mary Shelley (who wrote Frankenstein) and her husband Percy Shelley.
Learning about people and poetry are things that should be done outside of school
#380 - None are available. I have around 5 friends 12/26/2013 on Left 4 Dead 2 Free on Steam 0
#752 - If only you posted this in January 2012!.....You said "I … 12/26/2013 on Make OC, admin will give... 0
#25 - What really really sucks is that my laptop is broken and I rea…  [+] (2 new replies) 12/26/2013 on Left 4 Dead 2 Free on Steam 0
#50 - kabei (12/26/2013) [-]
Find a friend to add it to your steam!
User avatar #380 - wertologist (12/26/2013) [-]
None are available. I have around 5 friends
#52 - Sadly, architecture isn't my expertise. I only know about the …  [+] (7 new replies) 12/25/2013 on Castles n Shit 0
User avatar #59 - daentraya (12/26/2013) [-]
I though you could ask someone. I just like pretty old buildings. So, how did the family end up with a castle in their name?
User avatar #67 - wertologist (12/26/2013) [-]
It's been a while since I read the book about my family so I don't exactly remember how the family got the castle. I gotta find it again so I can re-read it. I'm pretty sure there are other books about the family. I saw others when researching for information. If you like the design of the castle, you may like the viaduct. I forgot to post the link last comment.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=YBCESnYLYsU
User avatar #69 - daentraya (12/27/2013) [-]
Wow, that shit's pretty majestic. Sounds like an interesting area you live in.

Actually, I'm writing a short story, and i need some location somewhere indistinct in England. I think this area would be neat inspiration. What other things are there near the area? And if it's not too much of a bother, anything special i may not be aware of that would come in handy when writing a story there
User avatar #70 - wertologist (12/27/2013) [-]
Sadly I don't live there. I live in merica'. The only places I know of there are the castle, the mine, and the viaduct going from the mine to town. I think there is also a small fort on the coast line. I wish I lived there. If I did I would throw some loud parties with the intent of pissing the neighbors off then yelling "Just try to come in and shut me up" then lock the gates
User avatar #71 - daentraya (12/28/2013) [-]
That sounds so much like Lord Byron. He inherited Newstead Abbey in a lousy state, and then threw some wild parties.
I will see what i can learn of the area from the internet, and use the power of imagination
User avatar #72 - wertologist (12/31/2013) [-]
Any additional information is greatly appreciated
User avatar #73 - daentraya (12/31/2013) [-]
www.praxxis.co.uk/credebyron/menagerie.htm
This site has everything written in a less dry text than wikipedia. To the right you'll see several other pages about him and Newstead Abbey. There's also a documentary if you youtube his name.
He was also bisexual in a time where you really didnt want to get out of the closet, had a crazy fangirl who send him bloody pubes (Carolina Lamb), and was basically a big hit for all the ladies back then. He was close friends with several other famous poets, including Mary Shelley (who wrote Frankenstein) and her husband Percy Shelley.
Learning about people and poetry are things that should be done outside of school
#51 - Also, here is a video of someone filming the viaduct (which al…  [+] (1 new reply) 12/25/2013 on Castles n Shit 0
User avatar #60 - daentraya (12/26/2013) [-]
I think you forgot to link the video

Im gonna go on a google hunt for information about this family
#49 - Here is a picture of the castle: I don't have any on…  [+] (9 new replies) 12/25/2013 on Castles n Shit 0
User avatar #50 - daentraya (12/25/2013) [-]
Wow, thats an incredibly pretty style. So simple yet elegant. Do you know what architectural style was used in this?
User avatar #52 - wertologist (12/25/2013) [-]
Sadly, architecture isn't my expertise. I only know about the events of my family, not the architectural styles
User avatar #59 - daentraya (12/26/2013) [-]
I though you could ask someone. I just like pretty old buildings. So, how did the family end up with a castle in their name?
User avatar #67 - wertologist (12/26/2013) [-]
It's been a while since I read the book about my family so I don't exactly remember how the family got the castle. I gotta find it again so I can re-read it. I'm pretty sure there are other books about the family. I saw others when researching for information. If you like the design of the castle, you may like the viaduct. I forgot to post the link last comment.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=YBCESnYLYsU
User avatar #69 - daentraya (12/27/2013) [-]
Wow, that shit's pretty majestic. Sounds like an interesting area you live in.

Actually, I'm writing a short story, and i need some location somewhere indistinct in England. I think this area would be neat inspiration. What other things are there near the area? And if it's not too much of a bother, anything special i may not be aware of that would come in handy when writing a story there
User avatar #70 - wertologist (12/27/2013) [-]
Sadly I don't live there. I live in merica'. The only places I know of there are the castle, the mine, and the viaduct going from the mine to town. I think there is also a small fort on the coast line. I wish I lived there. If I did I would throw some loud parties with the intent of pissing the neighbors off then yelling "Just try to come in and shut me up" then lock the gates
User avatar #71 - daentraya (12/28/2013) [-]
That sounds so much like Lord Byron. He inherited Newstead Abbey in a lousy state, and then threw some wild parties.
I will see what i can learn of the area from the internet, and use the power of imagination
User avatar #72 - wertologist (12/31/2013) [-]
Any additional information is greatly appreciated
User avatar #73 - daentraya (12/31/2013) [-]
www.praxxis.co.uk/credebyron/menagerie.htm
This site has everything written in a less dry text than wikipedia. To the right you'll see several other pages about him and Newstead Abbey. There's also a documentary if you youtube his name.
He was also bisexual in a time where you really didnt want to get out of the closet, had a crazy fangirl who send him bloody pubes (Carolina Lamb), and was basically a big hit for all the ladies back then. He was close friends with several other famous poets, including Mary Shelley (who wrote Frankenstein) and her husband Percy Shelley.
Learning about people and poetry are things that should be done outside of school
#19 - My family has a castle. It's in a place called Fowey.  [+] (13 new replies) 12/25/2013 on Castles n Shit +1
User avatar #40 - daentraya (12/25/2013) [-]
Link source or it didnt happen
User avatar #51 - wertologist (12/25/2013) [-]
Also, here is a video of someone filming the viaduct (which also belongs to my family. It was very important to the town).

I love talking about my family heritage. My family was fairly important throughout the world. Some were on the Mayflower. The ones who lived in the castle, the Queen called in all the villagers into the castle when the town was under attack. She commanded all of them and successfully defended the castle.
User avatar #60 - daentraya (12/26/2013) [-]
I think you forgot to link the video

Im gonna go on a google hunt for information about this family
User avatar #49 - wertologist (12/25/2013) [-]
Here is a picture of the castle: www.foweyharbourheritage.co.uk/wp-content/gallery/harbour-landmarks/place.jpg

I don't have any online documents linking me to the family, but my grandmothers sister or something like that wrote a book about the family. It was written shortly before I was born so only my mothers name is in it. There are online documents f my family, but I don't think many talk about the lineage today though
User avatar #50 - daentraya (12/25/2013) [-]
Wow, thats an incredibly pretty style. So simple yet elegant. Do you know what architectural style was used in this?
User avatar #52 - wertologist (12/25/2013) [-]
Sadly, architecture isn't my expertise. I only know about the events of my family, not the architectural styles
User avatar #59 - daentraya (12/26/2013) [-]
I though you could ask someone. I just like pretty old buildings. So, how did the family end up with a castle in their name?
User avatar #67 - wertologist (12/26/2013) [-]
It's been a while since I read the book about my family so I don't exactly remember how the family got the castle. I gotta find it again so I can re-read it. I'm pretty sure there are other books about the family. I saw others when researching for information. If you like the design of the castle, you may like the viaduct. I forgot to post the link last comment.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=YBCESnYLYsU
User avatar #69 - daentraya (12/27/2013) [-]
Wow, that shit's pretty majestic. Sounds like an interesting area you live in.

Actually, I'm writing a short story, and i need some location somewhere indistinct in England. I think this area would be neat inspiration. What other things are there near the area? And if it's not too much of a bother, anything special i may not be aware of that would come in handy when writing a story there
User avatar #70 - wertologist (12/27/2013) [-]
Sadly I don't live there. I live in merica'. The only places I know of there are the castle, the mine, and the viaduct going from the mine to town. I think there is also a small fort on the coast line. I wish I lived there. If I did I would throw some loud parties with the intent of pissing the neighbors off then yelling "Just try to come in and shut me up" then lock the gates
User avatar #71 - daentraya (12/28/2013) [-]
That sounds so much like Lord Byron. He inherited Newstead Abbey in a lousy state, and then threw some wild parties.
I will see what i can learn of the area from the internet, and use the power of imagination
User avatar #72 - wertologist (12/31/2013) [-]
Any additional information is greatly appreciated
User avatar #73 - daentraya (12/31/2013) [-]
www.praxxis.co.uk/credebyron/menagerie.htm
This site has everything written in a less dry text than wikipedia. To the right you'll see several other pages about him and Newstead Abbey. There's also a documentary if you youtube his name.
He was also bisexual in a time where you really didnt want to get out of the closet, had a crazy fangirl who send him bloody pubes (Carolina Lamb), and was basically a big hit for all the ladies back then. He was close friends with several other famous poets, including Mary Shelley (who wrote Frankenstein) and her husband Percy Shelley.
Learning about people and poetry are things that should be done outside of school
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