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slapsgiving14 Supporter15 months ago
The things that are common in games and video games are so comical when you put them into real life. I always think about Link running around going into homes and just smashing pots. Like, wouldn't the owner of the house be like, what the heck man? That's my stuff. I don't even know you.
You just smash up his house and he gracefully talks to you and gives you information.
Skurvy5 Supporter15 months ago
So true. Or how enemies im video games are carrying around random stuff. That they should have no business carrying.
Marshwiggle92 Supporter15 months ago
I also like how the main character always has 50+lbs of weapons and he can just grab whatever he wants without the inconvenience of having them in his person.
That’s how it works in real life...?
JamesReid860 Supporter15 months ago
WadeB1977 Premium User15 months ago
Given the various ways we deal with grief and the diversity of meaningful ways to remember and process the passing of a loved one I think this is a nice tradition although it certainly diverges from our norms of funeral etiquette. I think if I were to want my friends to grief in these various ways I'd print my wishes ahead of time if able for the sake of those from a different era. Perhaps finishing the dungeon funeral then looting the corpse ;)
I think you might want the Healer in the group to be sacrificed for failure to fulfill his duties.
Sliddell11 15 months ago
Haha that’s hilarious
theDL Premium User15 months ago
“F,” said another friend, Steven Maron, wiping away tears.
So good, lol
lol this part got me.
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