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About Skallagar

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  1. Home. He stared as he approached the mountain fortress. It had been a few months since his awakening, and his memory of his time before had grown no better. Sure, the minor things had come back, of Garrosh and the Horde and Alliance. But the important things remained a mystery. The sense of abandonment and betrayal nagged at him... Not betrayal of himself, but of those he'd counted as friends. He hadn't found them, and so surely they were lost or dead, dying while he slept in the ice. This was all guesswork. In the end, he didn't know. He did know that the Horde had changed. During his time
  2. <iframe width="420" height="315" src="//" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe> Somehow, he could still sense the beauty of his imprisonment. Serene fields of snow and pine at the base of a great mountain marked his location for... Months? Years? He did not know. He did not know many thing anymore, not even his own name. He had been doing something on the mountainside... Something that seemed terribly important, when the cold had betrayed him, buried him... He did not know. There were folk part of him desperetly wanted to find, who meant the
  3. I slept through it in theaters.
  4. Clearly the amount of forces you gather/amount you played multiplayer has a direct relationship with how much of a badass your Shepherd is. I only survived cause I got a Krogan Soldier like... right away in the multiplayer, and I like meleeing flamethrower wielding geth and Brutes.
  5. I really want to think if it as fighting indoctination at the end (partially cause, were that true I won through in the willpower department, rather than gave into my love of savagery)... Hell I replayed the last mission today to look for more hints of it. But as much as everything post reaper-bitchslap seemed out of tune... From what I gather walked away from the ending with, it seemed like they went with an arc that made the events of Mass Effect the basis for the mythologies of the next generation of sentient life. The most obvious example being the old man and his kid post credits (which
  6. I stayed up way too late last night to finish the game. I saw the end was in sight and rushed it in a night before film productions start to kick up again. I got the suggested survival end. I didn't much like killing all synthetics, but it seemed the only plausible survival end, and I really wanted to see Jack again. "Don't do something stupid and get killed, dumbass, because I'm getting laid when this is all over," She said. In all honesty I'm kinda still in shock from it. I can kinda appreciate the mythological shit, but at the end of the day that's not what I played Mass Effect for, or r
  7. Westeros mod for Medieval II: Total War. Keeping the good people alive and OBLITERATING the ones I hate. Joffrey is going to DIE like the little bitch he is, and Cersei is going to be raped by wolves.
  8. I wouldn't put Tywin Lannister in grey either, though he is fairly minor in this one.
  9. <p>Well, shit. Lucky. <a href="" rel="external nofollow"></a></p>

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  10. <p>I've built a beast of computer, at least for most games. Free to play totally gives me a wetty. This needs to happen because I'm a broke ass dick.</p>

  11. <p>I hear it's going free to play soon. Kinda hard on your computer though. It's whats kept me out post expansion. Still, I have my memories...</p>

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