The story is pretty fucking labrynthine no matter what, but you can skip the first witcher entirely imo (in fact it makes 2 and 3 make more sense, as Triss is a real piece of shit in the first but suddenly you're buds in the second).
No. It's natural and fine to feel pain about stuff in your own life. It's impossible not to, as well-- can you imagine getting dumped by trying to FORCE yourself not to feel sad because other countries are undergoing civil war?
I hear The Geek Feminist is good, and I can vouch for Feminism is for Everybody
give twenty points to gryffindor
I mean, it's different for different people. I'm at the point where normal difficulty games don't do anything for me. I feel like a guy who's so desensitized to porn he has to watch stuff with horses.
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It's incredible. Both for the reasons you mentioned, and because it actually cares about a basic core loop to the combat that promotes aggression and movement rather than cover and shit.
I'd never even heard about this before, so I wouldn't think so.
If you're not writing, at least partially, to make yourself happy -- unless you've somehow managed to make a good living doing so -- you're kind of wasting your time.
Arthur was BORING AS FUCK
Take an existing genre you like and make a super simple version of it with a twist. start there.
"so is game of thrones"
ARE YOU KIDDING ME WITH THIS SHIT
The New Day, forever.
I think he's white.
listen to anything i say for more than eight minutes
I'm glad we could help in some way.
Companies don't listen to individual people unless you have a really awesome, emotionally affecting story to tell.