Indeed. Btw, I love the double standards some people have. When you join the Dark Brotherhood and start murdering innocents, “That’s totally cool bro/sis and doesn’t mean you have murderous intentions irl!” BUT when you say you join the Stormcloaks then “HOLY CRAP YOU ARE TOTALLY A RACIST IRL!”
When you tell you like Dark Brotherhood/Thieves Guild/Harkon’s gang/whatever? “Cool!” When you tell you like Thalmor? “HOLY CRAP THIS TOTALLY TELLS SOMETHING ABOUT YOU AS A PERSON AND IT AIN’T GOOD!!!”
Yeah, like people who like the Joker. They are all crazy I tell ya and so is everyone who ever finds villains fascinating. Heck, I like Karl Kroenen from Hellboy. That guy is a nazi so I’m doomed. DOOMED! Ahh Tumblr. The place where your game decisions and favorite characters tell everything that needs to be known about you. 
I roleplay every character of mine in Skyrim. I can roleplay murderers, thieves, cannibals, vampires, necromancers, general evil-doers and otherwise unpleasant people. Doesn’t mean I’m anything like that irl. And yes, I even have a racist character. Doesn’t mean I’m a racist.

Indeed. Btw, I love the double standards some people have. When you join the Dark Brotherhood and start murdering innocents, “That’s totally cool bro/sis and doesn’t mean you have murderous intentions irl!” BUT when you say you join the Stormcloaks then “HOLY CRAP YOU ARE TOTALLY A RACIST IRL!”

When you tell you like Dark Brotherhood/Thieves Guild/Harkon’s gang/whatever? “Cool!” When you tell you like Thalmor? “HOLY CRAP THIS TOTALLY TELLS SOMETHING ABOUT YOU AS A PERSON AND IT AIN’T GOOD!!!”

Yeah, like people who like the Joker. They are all crazy I tell ya and so is everyone who ever finds villains fascinating. Heck, I like Karl Kroenen from Hellboy. That guy is a nazi so I’m doomed. DOOMED! Ahh Tumblr. The place where your game decisions and favorite characters tell everything that needs to be known about you. 

I roleplay every character of mine in Skyrim. I can roleplay murderers, thieves, cannibals, vampires, necromancers, general evil-doers and otherwise unpleasant people. Doesn’t mean I’m anything like that irl. And yes, I even have a racist character. Doesn’t mean I’m a racist.

TWDG: Season 2, Episode 2 thoughts and shit

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Look closely: they are holding hands.

… and because I’m an incredibly immature person…

In Oblivion I actually had a character called Douchebag. Ended up being my favorite too. So there’s your lore friendly.

In Oblivion I actually had a character called Douchebag. Ended up being my favorite too. So there’s your lore friendly.

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hikora-ryuu asked: What is that armor mod on your Bosmer?!

It’s ranger armor from Omegared99’s armor compilation.

http://www.nexusmods.com/skyrim/mods/10277/?

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TWDG Season 2 random thoughts

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I like it how he goes from “Omg don’t leave me plz Im gonna cry!” to “Fuck you, you fucking fuck!”

I have the stupidest dreams…

So in the dream I got Walking Dead: Season 2, starring our dear Clementine. Whee!

It opens right away by “exploring Kenny’s fate”… by showing him as a drooling walker. Nice. Then BAM, it moves to the next scene and he’s never seen or heard again. A wild Hershel appears. He’s explaining some weird mumbo jumbo to Clementine who doesn’t even want to listen. I couldn’t comprehend a single word he said.

So Clementine runs away and tries to hitchhike. It’s suddenly night… and for some reason the road is very busy with cars although you would think the opposite during a zombie apocalypse. Everyone just passes her like the dicks they are. Then suddenly a strangely ominous and very familiar looking truck approaches and stops. The window rolls down and, surprise, there’s good old Nate. Drunk off his ass, yet strangely being able to drive perfectly well. He immediately chastises Clementine for always insisting to travel alone (wut?) and then warns her not to go hitchhiking when there’s crazy assholes (like him) around. Clementine doesn’t even appear bothered and simply answers: “Okay, I’m sorry. Can I sleep in your truck?” and Nate’s like “Yeah, yeah, of course, of course.”

She does just that and Nate drives on… but he just won’t shut up and starts plotting some random heist in which she would make a great burglar. Clementine just responds with a: “Whatever”. By the way, Nate’s truck is suddenly flying like an airplane and so they flew towards the sunset (it was night 2 seconds ago, what the hell???). The end.

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Oh and the game sucked big time because it didn’t let me choose ANYTHING. Clementine did all this shit by herself. I was really angry in the dream but once I actually woke up and thought about this, I laughed my ass off. Also, Nate’s silly ass appearance was awesome!

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thewriterhimself:

creeper-x:

It’s kind of ironic how Daud the assassin, the “antagonist”, is way more focused on taking down his opponents non-lethally than Corvo is. Daud’s abilities offer plenty of ways to avoid spilling blood even when in the heat of battle. He has gadgets like chokedust, stun mines and also greater sleep dart capacity. His Pull power can be used both lethally and non-lethally and his Blink is more tactical since he can stop time while doing it. 

I think this might be why I actually prefer playing as Daud. Though I think it also has to do with the fact that Daud is a more established character who has a voice of his own. Corvo is more like a blank slate.

Dammit, as great as the DLCs were they made me grave for a full-length game with Daud as the protagonist! Afsifgawiurywrqar.

Okay. First of all, Daud is not an antagonist. Second, Corvo’s path in Dishonored was originally meant to involve chaos and death as confirmed by the developers saying that the ability to go through the level without killing a single person was suppose to be an Easter egg. Third, Daud is more of the professional “assassin” where Corvo was meant to be the mass murderer of the two. Finally, DAUD IS NOT AN ANTAGONIST!!!

Ehh, that is EXACTLY why I put “antagonist” in quotes. I don’t see him as an antagonist but he can be viewed as one in the main game and I know plenty of people who do so. I also personally don’t think his skills contradict his profession. A good assassin aims to only kill his target(s). What makes it kind of ironic has basically to do with your second and third points. Some friends of mine have told how they play Corvo strictly as the “let’s avoid killing” type while going more murderous path as Daud. Which is pretty interesting since it’s actually a lot easier to be non-lethal when playing as him. Basically; he’s not what one could think. That was my point.

It’s kind of ironic how Daud the assassin, the “antagonist”, is way more focused on taking down his opponents non-lethally than Corvo is. Daud’s abilities offer plenty of ways to avoid spilling blood even when in the heat of battle. He has gadgets like chokedust, stun mines and also greater sleep dart capacity. His Pull power can be used both lethally and non-lethally and his Blink is more tactical since he can stop time while doing it. 

I think this might be why I actually prefer playing as Daud. Though I think it also has to do with the fact that Daud is a more established character who has a voice of his own. Corvo is more like a blank slate.

Dammit, as great as the DLCs were they made me grave for a full-length game with Daud as the protagonist! Afsifgawiurywrqar.