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    [–] TIL Thomas Jefferson was Deist, the belief that a God created the universe but hasn't interfered with it since. Waluigifan 1 points ago in todayilearned

    Please forgive me but the word is charlatan. I understand it's an obscure word and I don't blame you for the misspelling but my brain wouldn't stop freaking out if I didn't point it out.

    [–] Looking for a game with difficult but fair combat mechanics Waluigifan 2 points ago in patientgamers

    Hoo, boy. If you're into things like this, you already have probably already heard of this, but if you haven't you will absolutely love/loathe this game. NetHack is a free open source roguelike with plenty of mods and it fits exactly into your criteria. The graphics (if you don't use a tileset) are ASCII and that may be off putting for some, but it's still really good if you can put that behind you.

    [–] What are the best RPGs from the last 15 years? Waluigifan 5 points ago in patientgamers

    This is gonna be really low and a lot of people are going to disagree with me, but hear me out. Legend of Mana, for the original PlayStation. It's in the same series as Secret of Mana and has a similar concept and gameplay. I played this game a LOT as a kid, and I love it. Now, there are some complaints: There is no central plot and the entire game is made up of essentially sidequests. To that, I say, true, but isn't that a bit more realistic? In life, your goal isn't necessarily to defeat the evil, it's to be successful, help people, etc, and all of the quests do culminate in the one final event. Essentially, you're just a sword for hire going around helping people, and that sense of not having this big overarching goal was endearing to me. Anyway, I'd definitely recommend this game, and sorry for the wall of text.

    [–] Exploring the patio teefies Waluigifan 1 points ago in teefies

    You have a very pretty kitty.

    [–] What's your favourite "non-meta" legendary/unique? Waluigifan 1 points ago in Borderlands

    Lascaux, and I love it too. It's easy as fuck to get, it does a shitton of damage with nearly no recoil, and it'll last quite a while until you just pop back over there and grab a new one.

    [–] The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing: Final Cut Waluigifan 1 points ago in RandomActsOfGaming

    324, the scene when Yogurt started showing all the Spaceballs merchandise cracked me up so bad I couldn't stop laughing.

    [–] [Giveaway] Humble Bundle backlog giveaway (12+ hours) Waluigifan 1 points ago in RandomActsOfGaming

    324, I'd like Dragon Age, Magicka, Stanley, and Nuclear Throne, please!

    [–] EA removing microtransactions (for now) from Battlefront? Disney must not have liked the bad PR for Star Wars. Waluigifan 4 points ago in HighQualityGifs

    EA USED to be good, they had the old Sims and the Dragon Age series, but now they're scumbags. We need to seize the means of game production!

    [–] [Giveaway] Humble Bundle Backlog Waluigifan 1 points ago in RandomActsOfGaming

    Duke Nukem and Overgrowth Steam please, 782.

    [–] What's the dumbest question you've ever been asked? Waluigifan 1 points ago in AskReddit

    This is in America and during a presentation on the chemical elements.

    [–] What's the dumbest question you've ever been asked? Waluigifan 2 points ago in AskReddit

    Finally, a joke that wasn't about the fire nation! !redditsilver

    [–] What's the dumbest question you've ever been asked? Waluigifan 1 points ago in AskReddit

    The kid was just incessant, though, and the teacher did explain why he was wrong, he just didn't listen.

    [–] What's the dumbest question you've ever been asked? Waluigifan 1 points ago in AskReddit

    When I was seven, I didn't know that lmao. I thought it would lead to a paradox, I got divides by zero and dividing zero mixed up.

    [–] What's the dumbest question you've ever been asked? Waluigifan 1 points ago in AskReddit

    To be fair, I argued that point incessantly when I was seven for the reason "It has to be divided by two to be even!" That said, I don't anymore, but you might have had me in your class once if you teach younger students in Montana.