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V3 Read-A-Thon; I want to go back to V2 - Ruggahissy
Topic Started: Feb 3 2014, 01:15 AM (21,552 Views)
Namira
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Whoever was spamming the IRC room - you are incredibly unfunny and annoying.
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Namira
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SUNNY WHAT
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Namira
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I'm actually feeling some nostalgia. Roll me someone.
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Namira
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Nick is frustrating to read because he's kind of a greatest hits of common SOTF problems - he stumbles into a massive group thread, he immediately gets 'separated' from the people he looked to be joining up with, and then he proceeds to go inactive.

In truth there isn't a tremendous amount to his character either. He's just there. More than half of the body of his profile is taken up with the fact he's gay - and though that's not his sole personality trait or what entirely defines him (barely comes up in the game), it's indicative of the problem that Nick just didn't have a lot of substance. He meets some people, he's mildly helpful to them, he meets someone else, barely has a conversation, and then he's on his way out the door.

Sparing a moment for his death; it's standard old school 'throw-them-in-the-grinder'. In all fairness he gets more respect in terms of thought and some narrative from his perspective than I've seen other inactives treated with, but he also pretty much ... well, he kind of gets overwhelmed extremely easily by Lex Machina. When someone that's armed, athletic, and specifically stated to be agile gets punched in the face and then stunned long enough to be killed with a chainsaw by someone like Lex, leaves a bit of a sour taste in the mouth.

Nick's not bad but that's kind of the problem. There's nothing about him that leaves an impression.
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I WAS YOUNG AND NEEDED THE MONEY.
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