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Watching your demo was really insightful and confirmed me purchasing the game. Wanted to point out do that on a Botch you can continue the Job, but if a Warrant is issued on a Job you discard the job in the contacts discard pile, IE you fail the mission. Also when dealing with the Alliance cruiser (Pg. 7 Rulebook) if you ever fly thru a sector with the alliance ship there, and you are a OUTLAW, you have to resolve the Alliance Contact Event. A lot of times these guys had warrants and continued to fly thru the sector.
As always Spaz, great walkthrough and commentary. I hope OK see's this and reconsiders the stealth mechanic for dominator. One guard by itself just isn't enough for solo. In Theory do, if you had at least two guys with Dom/Joker you could dominate up to three guards if you both convert then Dom one.
I wish OK would tweak Dominator back to a more roll off versus guard will ability. Or I'd settle for Dominating Three guards. Think just being able to do one guard overly nerfs the ability. I play on console right now, and Dominator still has the "Unlimited". There is a misconception on it being unlimited as sometimes the guards resist it often even if you time it just right. Framing Frame Day 1 and 3 Guaranteed I'm only dominating 3-4 guards, killing one.
Malukah still has my ear after this long. I use to play Tale of the Tongues while traversing the landscape of skyrim. Reignite, the lyrics I've used for a Commissar in 40k Module to inspire the players to a climatic battles end. Rains of Castamere, better than the instrumental. Would love to hear Vode An from republic commando.
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Before Shepherd's tale was published, I'd had imagined Shepherd Book being in the operatives shoes in his youth. The Operative is more than a cookie cutter Villain. He could be compared in the devotional sense of that of the Samurai. He served his lords without question and with unnerving resolution. The idea of being apart of something greater than yourself transcends his personal aspirations. When we see the final confrontation between him and Mal, he says " There are a lot of innocent people being killed in the air right now" and Mal Responds "You don't know how true that is" is a subtle reminder of his perspective. When the operative see's the Reaver origin vid, the "Perfect world" is shattered, Much like when Malcolm watched the bombing of Serenity Valley as the brown coats retreated. Everything they have sacrificed and lived for was a fallacy up till there points of "Realization" of the real world. He now must live with the burden of what he has done, and hence why he leaves the Alliance. The question then becomes this. Does a man whom has served like he did, be redeemed? His morale compass was never something that guided him due to "What" he was. This video works well because "The Halo is slipping down" encapsulates the burden of sacrifice towards a greater good.
Joe, you should reach out with all off the youtubers whom cover video games and games in general and host your own Awards show. Do one that will be to the benefit of the players and fans. Harness your followers and fan base to create something exciting and true to the hobby instead of just ranting about a industry whom is fueled on sponsors and advertisement revenues. If you did a awards show collaborated with top tubers, I'd watch that over a celebrity whom I find no merit in their opinion and are only there due to self plug behest of an agent. You, TB, the guys at Rev3, Destructoid, Escapist, Etc. Make this happen Joe. Release your anger!
This movie is more complex than being "nice". It is about having a sense of morality in a time of mass social deterrents and polarized thoughts. Frank states multiple times about the lack of shame we as people have. Socially commentary like this has been discussed like this for generations, and it is nessecary for film makers to point this out. The movie has very key moments that carry it over from the lack luster production. The idea of frank taking action is more akin to a man with a mid life crisis whom has a shitty life with nothing to show for it. The killing themselves is not about glorification, rather how the interpretation of said actions are interpreted via the mass public. In the end it would of been great to see the media twist of how the horny old man and teenage lover went on a mad shooting spree killing Americas beloved judges and of course the brave young man suffering from mental Illness. The whole thing would of been ran for a week or relevancy to current trends before being dumped and forgotten. This movie has just good social commentary at best, and that is the strong point.