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Messages - Mornaur
« on: March 23, 2012, 02:43:36 PM »
If I remember correctly, 51 - 60 is about the same grind as 1 - 50. Getting to 50 is relatively quick, but the climb to 60 gets exponentially harder.
In the Animal House video, I think Garrus' and Liara's were the funniest. I remember laughing out loud when I was able to go around to every store in Zakera Ward in ME2 and tell them they were my favorite store for a discount.
While I personally think the logic behind that video's support of the indoctrination theory is really badly thought out and doesn't even make sense half the time, I am partially also invested in the theory myself. And it's only for one reason: In my ending, Shepard lived. There is no way he could've lived through the Crucible blowing up in his face, much less the entire Citadel getting destroyed... unless he was never actually on the Citadel.
Most of the theorycraft out there about the indoctrination theory is just guess work and fantasy, but I found it hard to explain Shepard living any other way. So maybe BioWare will run will that angle. However, it feels too much like a cheap deux ex machina, and even if BW meant it to be this way from the get go, will end up looking like a cop out.
Maligner said it best I think. Tebow isn't a good quarterback, but he is a winner and he can get wins. Tebow has a lot of "intangibles" outside of his stats, and I think that's what made the Broncos so interesting to watch last season.
I think a lot of teams would be happy to have Manning on their team as QB, and I don't think it shows any disrespect toward Tebow because Peyton Manning is simply better. It's not really an insult to say Peyton Manning is a better quarterback, as it's probably true in most cases. He was obviously pivotal to the success Indy had, evident by their performance last season without him. If you have a guy that can make that big of an impact on a team, most teams would be happy to have him.
Sounders, there is a difference between playing through and hating ME3's ending which everyone has a right to, and playing through and hating ME3's ending and then demanding that BioWare provide an alternate ending as if it's a God-given right to have an ending that is satisfactory. The people who fit the former are 100% in the right, while the people who fall under the latter category are the ones that I speak of. Filing FTC complaints because they disliked the ending? I can't be the only one who find that over-the-top and ridiculous.