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Posted by MildObstruction on Today, 02:39 AM
Posted by MildObstruction on Today, 12:31 AM
yeah shows who they are really protecting. child molestors get off with warnings and live next to me but this guy tries to make his own marketplace/currency and they give him life...
I knew a guy who bought some dmt from china but that's crazy. those people have huge (dumb?) balls to have stuff shipped to I guess their house. idk
Was silk road all sourced overseas? I'll take anything that weakens the cartels. I think that whole cartel culture thing is terrifying.
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Posted by MildObstruction on Yesterday, 07:23 PM
post again showing the second one!
No! plus I don't have a ps3 at work.
I'm just glad I'll have more time to dedicate to omega quintet now. talk about needing a motherfucking guide! there is almost zero direction for most of the side quests so far (a number of which are missable / have arbitrary time limits) and completing ALL of them is the only way to get the true ending. here's an example of one of the sidequests (spoilered for long ass):
"Show Me A Skill #1"
- complete the last story mission in chapter 3, but don't complete chapter 3 (what?)
- support value of 6000 or greater
Task: Perform 'Dry Sonata'
So here's a few of the problems:
1. it is so incredibly accidentally missable if you're just running through the story. remember, miss one and you'll screw the ending
2. what the hell is 'Dry Sonata'? It doesn't tell you if it's a regular skill (the upgrade tree is like 400 tiny dots for each character, I went trolling through a lot of them) or something else. It's apparently a chain skill which they teach you about in a tutorial in chapter 3. Great!
3. wait, I can't tell how to do 'Dry Sonata' even if I've guessed that it's a chain skill, it's not in any lists that I can find. I hadn't paid attention to the tutorials so I thought maybe I'd get it by leveling up - I didn't. If I had paid attention I maybe could've taken a leap and surmised that it's on some sort of collectible. maybe something called an 'expansion disc'.
4. I have no direction as to where the expansion disc is! I'll go back and read the quest info. I think he said something about how I should train some more (this is why I thought it was related to leveling up). Turns out that it isn't in any of the explorable areas but rather in the 'Training Room' that's inside your main headquarters. Wonderful!
5. Where the is it in this training room? There's 10 rooms blocked by blare force fields, some of them say that you need some random monster item drops to pass. Ok? So I would need to try and find the right items to open all of the force fields to find the right room? Even assuming I could've guessed that I need to go to the far western room, I need to get two 'spike' items of some sort. Alright, I'll get em!
6. wait - what drops a spike item????? GAHHHH
7. Oh, there's a scorpion looking thing in this mob! Maybe he does!
8. (kill like 10 scorpions, no drops)
10. (the 11th one drops one spike)
11. phew! one more to go!
12. (more fights, get one more spike)
13. ok, now I can go in to the room with the expansion disc to unlock the skill to be able to do 'Dry Sonata'! Almost done!
15. you mean I have to get different weapons and unlock new skills for the characters before I can actually do 'Dry Sonata'???
I already had the money and skill points to be able to get all the stuff, don't worry. I didn't kill my neighbors or anything and with the guide info this really only took like 30 minutes. of course now I can't figure out how to end the fucking chapter so I wasn't really in that much danger of missing it. I'm still having fun with the game though, I swear! I'll just always have the sidequest guide handy.
fortunately gamefaqs nerds seem to have figured out most of this stuff and there's a handy spreadsheet that roughly outlines what needs to be done for all of them.
Posted by MildObstruction on Yesterday, 06:59 PM
Yeah, I can't remember if I've ever deleted anyone from the list or not; I just figured throwing that rule in there would encourage people to stick around and stay active.
Not meant to be directed at you pete, but if there are people on the leaderboard that everyone thinks should be taken off then just let me know. I don't suppose anyone's feelings would be hurt if I deleted eldritch...
You should definitely delete eld! He didn't pm me with the bby preorder glitch! What an asshole!
Posted by MildObstruction on Yesterday, 02:01 PM
Posted by MildObstruction on Yesterday, 02:19 AM
They're not! The kid from my school that won was Iranian! He was pretty bright - ended up getting some fat scholarship to MIT or cal tech, went on to become a VP at goldman sachs I guess? I dunno. But I do know that he and I tried to make microwave popcorn on an open fire at his house thinking it would actually work. What a buffoon!
Why is it always Indian kids that win the spelling bee?