Urgh, why haven't we set up a watcher of some sort for that manic reindeer?
Two reasons: she keeps using her magic to escape, and she'd try to kill them. At best, all we can do is crowd control when it happens.
Hmm...well, can't we--
I know what you're going to ask, and no. The Leader said no...
It used to be an alright game, although I mostly played it on custom servers. But after the update to Source and the introduction of CSGO, guns started handling worse than airsoft. It also made a lot of code for custom servers unusable, which was kind of the nail in the coffin for me.
On the "dislikes" list, I have:
Almost every "survival" type game
I don't hate them, it's more that I'm disappointed in them.
As far as games I like, I'm not sure if any fit into "everyone else hates," but I know there are games I like that I never see people talk about.
Only a fool would accept one side of the coin and reject the other for the sake of such a fragile concept as safety. To oppose that which is the other half of your existence is to divide your strength for the sake of pride.
Yeah, I've got Tabletop Simulator, complete with Superfight. And a bunch of mods for things like Cards Against Humanity and a lot of other things I don't remember atm, cause I haven't got a lot of people to play with it.
And I've played enough on Xyzzy to know that I'm a terrible, terrible...
Just to continue listing good RPGs, I have not met anyone who dislikes Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door.
Of course, I can't mention Paper Mario without pointing out that Super Mario RPG was also an epic game.
Golden Sun is an under-appreciated gem, with an interesting mix of psionics and...
Mmm, I think I know a couple things that could help you with both of those.
For tabletop RPGs, there's an awesome, free, web-based system on Roll20 that works for playing online really well. It has a lot of amazing tools for running and playing games. If enough people are interested here, we...