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Carelessness led me to discover an area in the Undead Crypt that I had never before seen.
I liked Artorias' Greatsword because of the strong attacks' wildness, especially the two-handed flip-slam.
I always wondered, though, whether or not the 1-hand strong attack twirl hit multiple times.
I'd rather build my house beneath an active volcano. Like, what are they expecting is going to happen?
It changed the color of the floor. That's something.
I'm imagining that, and all I can think of how much running around it takes.
And even then, you can save your progress and you get unlimited continues, so there's no reason to bother with risking your life for a 1-up.
Is it just me, or is the whole "ISIS is evil, the must die!" mantra getting old? Every thread about the situation has a bunch of posts saying the same thing.
It escalated at expected levels.
I'm not going to bother with invaders anymore. As soon as they get to me, I'll just roll off a cliff.
So, when I see a ghost, can they see me as well?
I had an idea for a specimen that exhales a gas that heals and buffs nearby specimens, and debuffs nearby players.
They look like... Scrabble tiles.
Give him a gun that shoots explody stuff. Techincally it's not bullets!
I'm guessing they hand out membership cards to verify every slave wife purchase.
They're playing the long game. Clearly, they reek of evil.
The biggest question in this debate is whether or not Facepunch will change people's flag symbols in the event of Scotland being independent.
Russia gets to keep the World Cup, but we'll change the rules.
Whoever wins gets to keep Crimea.
Well, it was a trailer, not actual gameplay, so I'm holding my breath.
1000 years from now, a religion will have been created and consume the entire planet, in which followers do nothing but chant "Benghazi" forever.
I'd rather the US go in there in a few months with a foolproof plan to deal with it all, instead of invading instantly with a poorly-backed goal that changes multiple times.
I just noticed that the magical flowery things are actually people.
They ain't bad-looking, either. Well, for evil monsters.
I don't want you to think I'm calling you an asshole, but when you say stuff like, "It's probably your fault, I never have any issues", it comes across as condescending, and that's the last thing...
10/10 monkeys recommend it!
It might as well be two computer programs with how controlled it all is.
Hopefully the extra characters from Blade 3 are all dead.
Maybe this time around, zed time will be more than slow-down effects.
Sir Alonne is hard because I have to go through a bunch of annoying enemies to get to him, which drains a considerable amount of my energy.
The animatronics had a synthetic oil addiction, and it's your job to keep them from leaving the pizzeria during their 5-day withdrawal period, otherwise they'll fall back into a robo rut.
There are lots of enemies in the Old Iron King DLC that hit damn hard and take unnecessary amounts of damage before they die.
Oh, man! Almost a million dollars! The CBO is gonna have a field day with this one.
Because Nick at Nite made sure I wasn't able to watch Spongebob, and I was a dumb kid who didn't want to do anything else.
Bosses with giant fiery swords seem to not be consistent on how far they can actually reach.
So, it's just so they can walk into the house for good luck?
Uh, I don't know, but what does that have to do with anything here?
Dead Space tried to do that, but it was just so obvious when an enemy wasn't actually dead.
The shortcut to the boss isn't even a shortcut. You face just as much BS as the regular way, if not more. You might as well call it a longcut.
I'm completely lost. How do I get to the Fume boss dude?
Non-bubble-protected planets urge us to check our bubble-protection privilege.
They only eat bamboo because they're too lazy to hunt anything, right?
They'd be the world's dumbest criminal. They'd get ripped to pieces after trying to rob a failing pizza parlor with a bloody reputation.
Not the doctor that this guy went to, though.
Well, I mean, if we're not busy or hungover when it happens.
Why does Dark Orb kick so much ass? Almost every enemy and boss I've met is weak to it, even ones that shrug off my soul bolts and lightning spears.
He wrote a note about how he could have stolen stuff, while drunk out of his mind.
The new DLC boss is almost entirely a rehash of the Smelter demon, except this time, he's given a nice fur coat made of the rare bullshit weasel's hide.
How on earth do I beat this guy? He doesn't...
It's not a clone of Night Trap because it's not horrendous.
We need more states! 50 is ok, but I want more, more, more!
Canada? You've been avoiding us for too long!
UK? More like US!
Mexico? We'll own all the cartels! Free cocaine for everyone!
Did he get hit in the head? Or... did he just walk into too many doorway frames?