You should try temple of elemental evil by atari. It's a really by the book adaption of 3.0 dnd, like all the classes work the same, you can even craft items with feats. It only includes core rulebook material. It also needs to have an unofficial patch to work properly.
NWN changed too much...
I don't know if shocks tickle. I've never tested it. I wouldn't be surprised though, apparently roller coasters aren't supposed to tickle but it just goes to show that everyone is different. Also I think I might have convinced at least one other person to post here at some point so yay, more life.
No I do not for I do not take public transit.
Some people do have a problem with sitting with their legs completely closed. Saying that, I've never met someone who needed a wide gap between their legs to be comfortable but I honestly don't believe that people intentionally take up large...
I gotta say Dark Cloud 2 or Dark Chronicle for them Europeans. If you don't know, let me tell you:
*Randomly generated dungeons with each dungeon set having a theme
*sim city style city generation
*time travel based story
*giant robot fighting
Why does everyone say this?
http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-33077107 goes on to show a quote from him as this-
"I did mean the part about having trouble with girls," he said. "It is true that people - I have fallen in love with people in the lab and people in the lab have fallen in love with me...
I definitely recommend Dark Chronicle or Dark Cloud 2 depending on your area. It's a JRPG but it's not turn based, it's mostly action.
Character customization isn't really present with very minimal ways to effect your characters stats but each character has two different weapons and they have...
You couldn't unequip your weapons in the first fable. I've tried. The best I could come up with is equipping a crossbow so there was no visible quiver but I could never get rid of the melee weapon so I always ran around with a stick on my back. You actually wanted weapons equipped for the first...
I live on the eastern shore of America so that means Scrapple, scrapple everywhere.
It's made entirely from meat scraps and some starches. It's cooked on a frying pan and then used as a replacement for sausage on sandwiches or just eaten as an extra meat on the breakfast plate.
A Christlike archetype. Definitely a cool person and all but dieing just makes such a mess of the room. Then they come back but it's already been a few days so I had already cleaned up the mess and just ugh.
Captcha is trying to get me to smoke vapour. I say no!
It depends on how you like your mages. Do you see mages as cannons, albeit glass ones or do you see them as intellectual problem solvers? Maybe both. I prefer DnD style mages, who derive a majority of their power from versatility. A spell to handle and improve every situation.