UKokapi

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  • FeuerX

    Thanks!! :D you have great taste music!!

    18 juin 2014 Répondre
  • carebearbubbles

    Hugs to you. Happy Holiday.

    21 déc. 2013 Répondre
  • AaronExplicable

    Happy Holidays :)

    27 déc. 2012 Répondre
  • Showbizkids

    Please take care of yourself! :)

    13 nov. 2012 Répondre
  • Showbizkids

    May I suggest "Pan Am-Sounds of the 70's"?

    13 sept. 2012 Répondre
  • emicom

    Thanks for the visit. Greetings from japan. :-)

    21 août 2012 Répondre
  • duhg

    Hello again. No, no guide book (but I have referred to the wiki a couple of times). Initially I had a bit of a hard time with the DB quests. Took a while until I could adjust to the cold-blooded murders... but I eventually embraces my sociopathic side. ;-) As for lags, I have a bunch of hours in a few games and didn't notice anything similar. But, I will note that one game did seem to generate corrupt saves from time to time and would hang, more frequently as the game went on. But it was just that one. Oh, and overall, I think the DB quest line is a more lucrative path than the TG. You get cool stuff. Although a couple of the Nightingale items are very good. The sword is my go-to melee weapon (unless I'm backstabbing, of course), and the armor is good for certain dragon battles (when you need the elemental resistance - frost or fire, I forget which).

    24 avr. 2012 Répondre
  • Arielle1111

    Hi - Thanks for your visit & greetings from New Mexico, US... :-)

    11 avr. 2012 Répondre
  • duhg

    Hah, yeah, the skeleton key is fantastic. I didn't want to give it back. As for smithing, I would go hunting (improving sneak and archery) to get pelts and then make leather armors as well as buying iron and crafting daggers (iron + leather strips) to enchant. Oh course, I was a thieving SOB, so I often picked up crafting items for free (since crafting with them destroyed the "stolen", non-sellable aspect). I kept an eye out for magic items with the Soul Stealing and/or Banish enchantment. Soul stealing bow is the key to making money. Buy lesser and petty soul gems and fill 'em up with smaller animals. You can make enough money on enchanted daggers to buy more crafting supplies! Nice loop. Re: Florence, ah well, maybe it'll grow on you. I was very pleased with it. Some great celebratory moments. Less of the light hearted tone of Lungs, though.

    11 avr. 2012 Répondre
  • duhg

    With the two characters I've played, I spent a lot of time early on developing crafting skills. Alchemy, Smithing, and Enchanting. I'd just head out hunting so I could gather pelts and ingredients. Then head back to town and craft. A critical enchantment I look for is the soul-stealing one. I learn it and then craft a bow so when I hunt, I get the souls of the animals to charge soul gems. Then, make daggers and enchant them to sell. Keep an eye out for the Banish enchantment, since that is the most lucrative. So, listened to the Florence album yet?

    3 avr. 2012 Répondre
  • duhg

    Yeah, early on it is a suicide mission to disturb a giant. I spent a lot of time practicing archery. That and totally jacking my smithing and enchanting. I built a glass bow which, with my enchanted armor, does 166 damage. Plus 30 points frost and 30 points shock damage (yay dual enchanting!). Plus the 20 points for the ebony arrows. And if I sneak attack that is tripled! So, I pack a punch. ;-) I was probably in the low to mid 30s when I went through that quest location, so maybe try it later.

    28 mars 2012 Répondre
  • duhg

    Oh, I know where you're talking about with the poison gas. That was a pain, mainly because we I went through (with a good resist poison potion, a fortify health potion, and a regenerate health potion) I realized it didn't help me that much. I ~think~ you can get around another way, anyway. I had a big stock of invisibility potions when I went in, and that bought me the time to finally figure out where to go. I remember struggling to find my way through. First game I played was a High Elf Mage (dual-cast, destruction focus). I'm playing a khajiit this time. One-handed stabby stabby (15X damage with backstabs) with dual-enchanted glass dagger or archery the a dual-enchanted glass bow (3x damage if sneak attack). I've gotten my damage with bows up to the point that I can drop a giant with a single arrow if sneaking.

    26 mars 2012 Répondre
  • duhg

    Ah, I finished the Nightingale quest line. Pretty cool. I played a Mage to level 54 first and now a 50th level Thief/Assassin type. I haven't even followed the main quest this game, just the Thieves Guild and Dark Brotherhood. I haven't log into TF2 in quite some time. My son is totally hooked, though. He plays every day now.

    23 mars 2012 Répondre
  • duhg

    What'd you think of Frances? Like it as much as De-loused? I'll check my PSN. BTW, did you pick up Skyrim? I remember you were a fan of Oblivion. I've put tons of time into Skyrim and feel like all the stuff I didn't like in Oblivion (lock picking and archery, for example) were very well addressed.

    23 mars 2012 Répondre
  • duhg

    Oh, I think Ceremonials is better than Lungs! I adore What the Water Gave Me and No Light, No Light. I find the album to have a more consistent voice and the production richer. While I loved Lungs, I think I enjoy Ceremonials more, perhaps because of the dynamic vocals that I loved In Lungs seem to be more prevalent. Or maybe because the songs seem to fit together in a focused body.... I would say it is a safe bet, that if you liked Lungs, you will like Ceremonials.

    21 mars 2012 Répondre
  • duhg

    Cool! I found Octahedron and Amputechre to be a little disappointing after the mind-blowing-awesomeness of De-loused and Frances, but you may disagree. It is always nice to have something new to to look forward to, though, so I envy you. Enjoy! On a side note, I assume you've picked up the latest Florence + Machine?

    21 mars 2012 Répondre
  • duhg

    Hah hah, yeah, I saw that you had loved it and had to take a look see. Heard "Frances the Mute" by The Mars Volta? My other fave of theirs. Might be yours too.... Their more recent work is not as good, IMHO, but those two albums a crazy good. and just sort of crazy. ;-)

    21 mars 2012 Répondre
  • minervapaulus

    you are welcome :) // greetings from Portugal :)

    8 fév. 2012 Répondre
  • minervapaulus

    Hello, thank you for the visit :)

    8 fév. 2012 Répondre
  • ippo-01

    Thank you for add!!!

    21 mai 2011 Répondre
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