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Re: Dying

This comment in the Death in LT thread still covers my viewpoint nicely. Short version: people like different kinds of fun. Preferences for character termination mechanics vary accordingly. I personally suspect LT will wind up being more of an exploration game than an action game. If so, then the p...

Re: Skyrim

After getting SKSE64 to work in my SE game and living with some UI constraints I turned on my machine a few days ago to have an update for Skyrim SE automatically download which paralyzed my game. It was unexpected, to say the least. It's not a disaster but I am getting the impression that Bethesda...

Re: Skyrim

? After reading the latest posts, which sound like something bad has happened to Skyrim SE, I went looking for some specific, clear description of the disaster. Can't find any such thing. Some people made it sound like the patch -- 1.5.39, is it? -- breaks SKSE64. Is that the only problem? I'm not t...

Re: How Should Non-Combat Features Be Promoted?

Maybe set up a dynamic system where there are a few factions (3 or 4 or something) all doing the various things there are to do with different ships, have the player always be part of the same faction (so that different sequential players are on the same side, so to speak), and add a way for the pl...

Re: [Josh] Friday, March 9, 2018

Hyperion wrote:
Tue Mar 27, 2018 10:17 am
I hereby declare these the Conjuration and Incantation forums until such time as a devlog is posted. If they don't have to keep to a schedule, we don't have to keep to a topic :twisted:

Wait... so if I ask a wiz to FOD me, that will happen?

(points to anyone who gets this without looking it up)

Re: Limit Theory Forumite Residential Archive Map

sakej99 wrote:
Tue Mar 27, 2018 4:54 pm
Anyone who puts their exact address down will receive creepy poems from me on a weekly basis...

I'm on the map as P. Sherman, 42 Wallaby Way, Sydney, Australia.

Please provide poems in strict iambic pentameter with a conceit that is paid off meaningfully in the final stanza.

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