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Roy Hunter wrote:If you were playing as Stevie Wonder, surely you'd be better playing Harmonica Hero, or Harmonica Hero II: The Chromatic.
Wolfenstein wrote:I could also mention that I am a wizard running around with a sledgehammer. that feels a little off. What I would like it a sock with half a brick in it and I could pretend I was Rincewind.
black bart wrote:You'd be even more effective with one of my old socks...just the smell would be a killer.
Wolfenstein wrote:Have your socks ever defeated a creature more powerful than the gods?
Roland Deschain wrote:Wolfenstein wrote:Have your socks ever defeated a creature more powerful than the gods?
You remember the stories of the Klingons killing their gods and banishing them to the afterlife? It wasn't the Klingons who did that by themselves. They had more than ample help from one pair of socks. This is also what helped wipe the Tribbles from the face of the galaxy.
My friend is sending me a 7 day trial for Star Wars: The Old Republic. I shall have no life for 7 days.
Wolfenstein wrote:It was Kailis [I don't know how it is spelled] that killed the Klingon gods.
Wolfenstein wrote:In Discworld the 8th son of a 8th son becomes a wizard. But the 8th son of an 8th son of an 8th son becomes a wizard squared. A sourcerer, the source of magic. Sourcerers generate their own magic power unlike wizards and witches that just use the magic that is already there. By violating the laws of thermodynamics for magic, sourcerers are more or powerful than the gods. If you plan to read Sourcery stop reading now. Rincewind the Wizzard "defeated" the sourcerer with half a brick in a sock at the end of Sourcery.
Almighty Doer of Stuff wrote:So, halfway through Spyro 2, my PS1 has also stopped reading discs.
Did someone say they knew how to fix that problem? Is there an article I can read? I'm probably not in any state of mind to go screwing with stuff like that (my brain doesn't like me today) but maybe in the future it would be nice to have instructions handy.
black bart wrote:I read an article saying that 42% of video gamers in the US are women/girls. I am amazed by that as I have never met a female who is remotely interested in video games. Unfortunately they are playing games online and are suffering from online abuse from the same cretinous idiots that have been abusing everyone for years.
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