Well... to get pedantic, there's arpg elements in the random distribution of loot on quality and rarity curves.Cornflakes_91 wrote: There are no features even remotely connected to RPG in space in LT
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I'm very much interested in any actual studies you can link that aren't studying people with a predisposition for bad bones. If you want information specifically for bones, that's here but I don't have the subscription to quote you the relevant section. Did your dietician suggest trying cutting out...
I see then I should say then I'm not sure what the difference between the immediate problem and the whole issue is.Idunno wrote:When I said problem solved, I meant that I had solved your immediate problem. Not that I solved the whole issue.
You are at significant risks of bone density loss, increased heart attack and stroke chances, and in an actual ketogenic diet you must be supplementing minerals and vitamins or you will become malnourished.Katorone wrote:ketogenic diet
It's been discussed to death and is not a solved issue, is what that was about.Scytale wrote:Unfortunately stupid facepalm pics ruin the discussion in cases like this. I don't know why we didn't talk about that idea more fully.
This thread needs some evolutionary biology major to slap its mouth so hard its jawbone shatters in 8 places, irreparably causing all involved to eat boiled peas for the rest of their lives.
The backers that payed for a Freelancer 2 are unlikely to feel quite the same way.Flatfingers wrote:Does that really sound so wrong? If I wanted to play Freelancer, I'd play Freelancer. Let Limit Theory be the game it wants to be!
There's not invisible walls behind the gate, that I've heard of, you can fly out of a system for as long as you like you just won't find anything interesting. Unless that detail has changed. sci-fi use jumps as tool to bypass that uninteresting space too, but without the borders that jump-holes give...