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Is there someone who has news from janggut ?
Email adress ?

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Guess i should bump this thread
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Hello smile


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Hey I am also traveling to London. Are You still there in London. My dream is to travel the whole world. I have been to many amazing places. Next is London. Yay

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Originally Posted by Barta
Originally Posted by LewsTherinKinslayer13

The other day I was laughing, thinking about how now I am actually 23!

I still want to write, but more academically than stories. I am about to move to London to begin graduate work in International Relations smile

Hi Lews

Are you in London now ?
London is very near of Paris, you just have to take the train and travel underneath the sea.
I would be so pleased to meet you ! claphands


I'd be very pleased to meet you! I'm still in London, working on a PhD now, but I don't know when I'll get around to going to Paris frown Hopefully someday soon smile



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Since I first joined:

graduated,
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It's been a long time since I posted here smile


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Didn't do any of those things. :p

But did do a very lot of other things mentally. :p (Or, in other words : I changed a *lot* mentally).
Well, a few things changed in RL as well, but that's not much worth to be mentioned, I guess / think.
Now that RPGWatch got apparingly hacked (but is online again), I'm looking into this forum again. wink



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Hey. I'm still here, of course (they won't let me leave). evil

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Originally Posted by Morbo
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It's been a long time since I posted here smile

Congratulation, I am so happy to know that everything is going good for you ! cheer

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@ Raze, @joliekiller, @ Alrik, @Viper
I am happy to have news from you. Time passes by but the Larian fanbase is still alive !

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Originally Posted by LewsTherinKinslayer13

I'd be very pleased to meet you! I'm still in London, working on a PhD now, but I don't know when I'll get around to going to Paris frown Hopefully someday soon smile

Hi Lews

I did not visit the forum since a long time and i missed your message.
If you are coming to visit Paris please send me a private message so i will be informed by an email.
I hope everything is going good for you !

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Hi guys,

Great to see you guys are doing well smile
I bought original sin 2 recently so I had to check if you guys were still around here, it brings me joy to see that you are!

I wish you all a great christmas and happy holidays!


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Hey, it has indeed been a while. wave

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As I wrote in another thread, I've been digging out Drakensang 2 again and I'm having a blast ! I totally love this game and I don't think I'll ever come across a game more beautiful than that. wink
I mean, just staying in the Elven area and listening to the music there ... wink

It also has a few major points :

- non-action wink
- simple story
- no "hero saves the world"
- no god-like status at the end of the adventure
- no insanely strange, huge, big, ugly, strong monsters within the game ...

Or, in short : It's an introvert game for introvert people ... No wonder why it didn't sell ...




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Originally Posted by AlrikFassbauer
It also has a few major points :

- non-action wink
- simple story
- no "hero saves the world"
- no god-like status at the end of the adventure
- no insanely strange, huge, big, ugly, strong monsters within the game ...

As much as I like the latest and greatest graphics... yeah. Story I'm more flexible about, but I'm less keen on combat than quiet exploration and interaction; and I'm especially not enthusiastic about boss monsters, who are usually more an exercise in tedium than a worthy challenge.

And definitely agreed about The Saviour Of The World kind of thing: as much as I like the Elder Scrolls games, it's tedious rising to be the top of everything just in order to do the various quests. It makes the world feel a much smaller place.


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Well, these days I often feel fed up with all of these clichés being used ... I often have the feeling as if the same story had been told over and over again ... Except maybe in Tyranny, but I just don't like that setting.

Maybe I'm just too weird, but I just love settings like in Drakensang 2 ... I didn't even buy the later TDE RPGs, like Demonicon and Blackguards. Too dark for my personal taste ... And most games are "dark & dirty" like that these days.



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