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  1. Tudd
    Oh no don't worry. I am totally joking and don't care. If anything, I kind of find it amusing.

    The Lord Voldemort effect is totally a thing now considering how many retarded call outs have resulted in bans. And I get why phrase it in such a way.
  2. Tudd
    Did you just assume a certain user's gender?
  3. DiscoInferno
    As for the comparison of the vampire attacks to Tribunal, the only really bad thing about the assassins in that game is that they attack you from level 1 which makes no sense in-story, most likely an oversight. But they only attack you, no-one else. There's no babysitting, no chance of losing out on content, and unless you're roleplaying basic needs they can be avoided altogether by not sleeping. Those can't be said for the vampire attacks.
  4. DiscoInferno
    It's not that the plot was bad fundamentally, I mean it makes sense that a vampire with big ambitions would want to blot out the sun. It's that all the little details were just story-breaking; Serana, seeking out the bow yourself, the vampire attacks drawing attention to the big bad guy's gang. Skyrim's main quest is bland, but there's only one point where the bad guy handicaps himself and that's unintentional on his part and could be part of "fate". There's no point where, say, Aludin hands you the elder scroll you need to defeat him or your character undermines their own efforts to stop the dragons. So while the story is bland, there's nothing that truly eats away at your mind or gets right in your face with its stupidity to rip you right out of the game and stops you from enjoying the little points inbetween. That's the bad thing, pulling you out of the game.
  5. DiscoInferno
    3) Its writing is so bad that I, queen of the fools, noticed just how fundamentally TERRIBLE it was. And that's a bad thing. If I notice just how bad it is, you have failed as a writer. For all Fallout 4's flaws, there isn't a mission where you find Shaun, then follow him and his kidnapper to find out where he's being taken to to rescue him from the people who don't have him yet.

    Luckily, the mod Timing is Everything allows you to delay the vampire attacks and the Dawnguard recruitment quest indefinitely so all the bad bits of Dawnguard are locked away. I have to coc or use other console commands to get to the Forgotten Vale but that's a small price to pay.
  6. DiscoInferno
    1) Dawnguard is impossible to ignore because the constant vampire attacks on towns (something I neglected to mention in my rant, come to think about it) interfere with my need to babysit every NPC in the game. So it's something I would HAVE to do anytime I wanted to replay the game. So its suckiness ends up sticking out like a sore thumb.

    2) The character of Serana deals with the subject of sexual abuse, having a very uncomfortable subject attached to a terribly written character that you cannot get rid of isn't enjoyable a game experience and to me seems somewhat disrespectful. 'Rape as Backstory' is a terrible crutch for character motivation, Nexus-teir terrible. Also she leaves ash piles everywhere which never despawn on consoles and cause save game bloat.
  7. DiscoInferno
    I just realised I posted that Dawnguard post that was meant for here on my own page so how about I hit you with some late replies to an argument.
  8. Headhumpy
    nerd
  9. DiscoInferno
    Now you're getting creepy and I'm not liking it.
  10. DiscoInferno
    jk im not mad really

    I half-expected you to change it to dumb to teach me a lesson but that's ok.
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