For me, the needless thing I do in games is clear out the "fog of war" on maps. Granted sometimes doing this adds things to the map that is helpful, but for the most part you don't NEED to clear out ALL of the fog.
My most recent example is Ghost of Tsushima (great game). I cleared out ALL the...
Well, here's hoping I did this right.
Old account here:
Been having fun watching you and Jack, Nick. Keep up the good work.
Anyway, best of luck to ya, Escapist. =w= b
After you grind for him...or pay more money to skip the grinding.
Although, EA has taken some of the pay to win microtransactions out (for now), and improved how quickly you earn the in-game money to be used to buy stuff online (for now).
After everyone found out what they...
Are you sure they aren't of the same species? I mean, it's not like they've tested their DNA. Granted, who's to say the Flayer is even organic. Also, it seems odd that the Flayer would have an underling with an ability that lets it travel between dimensions, but not have it himself.
Here's what I want to know. (Spoilers, duh, get out of here if you haven't seen the show yet).
The first creature could exit the upside down seemingly wherever it wanted into the regular world, so couldn't the Hive-mind leader just open it's own door too? I mean, it did seem to be able to...
I don't know. If I was arachnophobic, I might do whatever she says out of fear. Though, I guess for those with serious arachnophobia Shelob's transformation may help. Granted, she does change literally right in front of you when you first meet, so it's not like she's fooling anyone.
I'm not an expert, but Shelob's mom, Ungoliant, is an evil spirit taking the form of an even bigger giant spider who wants to pretty much eat EVERYTHING. Including all her kids (which would be pretty much every spider around, including Shelob of course).
So yeah, not much reason for Shelob to...
Well, I've never been, but I've heard good things about the "wholesome memes" subreddit.
Granted, based on what I've heard it may be the exception that proves the rule.
Why it's about the current U.S. president.
Well, kind of.
The way the main character ends one of the bad guys is by impaling him in the eye with his "Mr. Winkie".
OT: Never seen the film, never will. Read a plot synopsis a while ago and that was enough.
It's pretty much just snuff. If you like snuff and have no desire to...
Well, I think Jon explained his view quite clearly.
"We've gotten rid of discrimination in our western countries. If you don't think we've gotten rid of discrimination, you're living in a fantasy land."
*Jon bitches about white people being discriminated against*
You got to pay...
Hey, Erin's got to feed Suchong something besides skittles. xD
:/.... Oh God, I just remembered how she feeds him.
Well, at least she's a devoted pet owner...