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  1. Fire Emblem and Nuzlocks. Is permi death really more fun.

    by , 22nd May 2013 at 05:41 PM
    Ok so all the reviews and hype say omg if you can die there is more at stake and its more enjoyable.

    After finishing both they things I can say otherwise.

    No its not more fun.

    Simply put there is no risk involved at all almost.

    90% of all fire emblem or Nuzlocks are just boring grindfests. You do loads of trash grinding to ensure you dont lose. Seriously by the end of FE my sorcerer char pretty much 1shot the end boss and had my whole squad ...
  2. コイルデスちゃんの母ちゃんを発見

    by , 22nd May 2013 at 04:51 PM
    don't search pregnant jibacoil....

  3. Black 2 Nuzlocke - Part 22: The Route of All Evil!

    by , 22nd May 2013 at 04:03 PM (Ravings of a Royal Sharpedo)
    After teaching Domino a new move, I knock down my opposition along Route 7 as I make my way to the Celestial Tower!

  4. Heart Gold Nuzlocke Pt 11 Rocket's in the Well

    by , 22nd May 2013 at 02:06 PM (Pokemon stuff)
    So I see a Team Rocket grunt and a beat him.He tells me that they've been hacking the tails off Slowpoke and selling them but it doesn't matter because Team Rocket will do anything for money. I mean wow… I always loved Team Rocket for being so… well plainly brutal. In the older game’s I’m pretty sure there sprites had like whips… taken out for… obvious reasons. (I tried to find pictures but I couldn't)

    Oh yeah and I caught a lv. 7 Zubat it was a female. I wonder… can ...
  5. Mojang is the Best.

    by , 22nd May 2013 at 01:57 PM (A Wizard is Never Late.)
    Dinnerbone, a lead developer of Minecraft, is constantly interacting and playing the game with Minecraft Youtubers and the community. I am watching a series of video where he, along with two big name Minecraft Youtubers, help someone test out a map they made. That's like if Junichi Masuda had a competitive battle with Fizzy Stardust or NBZ.

    Also I'm a little late posting this here, but May 17 was Minecraft day. On May 17, 2009, a fellow named Notch posted the first public version ...