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We free the prisoner, Roland, from his cell and begin to implement his plans to take out Timsh.
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(1440p/60fps demo). I try not to let the temptation to use Void Gaze turn the entire game blue. Dishonored:
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Yeah, that raft riding minigame punishes you for being greedy. You end up missing most of the money if you take the paths that have rupees on them at the start of the branch.

I didn't know you could use arrows on the armos statues, but you can push them around without waking them up if you hold your shield out.
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Everyone reunites at the end of the Absorption Gate. Tales of the Abyss:
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We prepare to fight Van, and we learn just how much everyone has grown. Tales of the Abyss:
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We reach the top of Mt Roneal and face off with the remaining God Generals in one final battle.
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These toys are too much for you. I command you to return them to me! It's the final battle against Van.
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Hi, I recently bought this stand, and I was wondering how you attached your pop filter. None of the support beams on the stand seem to be thick enough to secure the clamp on the pop filter without it moving. This is my first time using a boom arm, so I might be missing something. (I'm using an MXL PF001 pop filter, which has one of those "universal" screw-down clamps.)

Thanks!
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+SteelSCH If the tube isn't wide enough you could always wrap the tube in electrical tape or jam something soft into the clamp to give it something extra to hold onto and stabilize the popfilter
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An earthquake scatters the party all over the Absorption Gate. Tales of the Abyss:
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Single big brother discovers how to shoot bombs through red poop. Dr. Fetus HATES him. Isaac:
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The road to Mt Roneal's Sephiroth is icy and dangerous. Wouldn't wanna cause an AVALANCHE, right?!
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Introduction
Hello, everyone. I never know what to write in introductions like these, so I'm just going to talk about my name for a bit. I'm sure you're at least a little bit confused about that, right? I mean, what exactly is a "Stylianos", anyway?

In short, it's a Greek name meaning "pillar". It's pronounced "Steel-ee-ah-nohs", since if you're like the average person, you probably tensed up and defenestrated phonics while hiding behind a shield of "it's all Greek to me" shortly after reading it. I don't blame you. It shortens quite nicely to the name "Steel", so you can call me that if you like.

That being said, Stylianos is not my legal name. It makes for a great online alias and it's a name that I've had my whole life, but I don't want to mislead anyone here.

I've always been of the opinion that you can never be too cautious with personally identifying information on the Internet. I keep my real name and face hidden as much to keep the online away from the offline as to keep the offline from finding what I do online.

So, yeah. The reason I go by the name Stylianos is contrived and steeped in paranoia. That's not likely to change anytime soon, but if you came here looks for explanations, I hope that this introduction shed some light on the inner workings of my brain.