Redeye

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About Redeye

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  • Birthday 01/14/2000

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    New York
  • Personal Motto
    Yep, Nope, Maybe, I have no idea...
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    MLP (Of freaking course)
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    Movies
    Swords
    Art
    Music
    etc.
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    etc.

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  1. Merry Birthiversary! 

  2. Please, someone tell me why you can reach 50 Sneak in Skyrim after only 3 hours of gameplay. I got 40-something Sneak before I even finished Riverwood's quests. As a High Elf, by the way. (Also, Illusion is best magic school)

    1. Kyoshi

      Kyoshi

      Did you choose it as a proficiency?

    2. Redeye

      Redeye

      Ah, yeah, I forgot I chose the Thief standing stone. Lol.

  3. Any attempt to beat this one is futile.
  4. Platform: PC Offense Main: I typically go for Reaper or Soldier first. Currently trying to learn how to play Genji and Sombra as well. Defense Main: I don't play this role very often, but when I do I usually go Junkrat (or Torb). Currently trying to get better at Mei and Hanzo. Tank Main: I can play all of the tanks currently in the game, but my go-to is D.Va. My runners-up are Orisa and Rein. Support Main: I also can play all supports. My go-tos are Ana, Brigitte, and Moira. Level: 61. Unranked, cuz I don't really plan on joining the living hell that is Competitive anyways. I've been playing a crapton of Retribution lately and recently beat Expert mode. Now all that's left is to beat Legendary... eventually.
  5. People who walk even a tiny bit slower me are scummier than the devil.
  6. 10.) Subnautica Even though this game was released just a couple weeks ago, it instantly became my all-time favorite survival game. It has a cool story, too. 9.) Tales of Berseria Sometimes I find it really pitiful that this series goes unnoticed by the majority of the JRPG fanbase. This game has the single greatest story and characters in the history of RPGs. The super dynamic battle system is also one of its token features. 8.) Skyrim Picked this bad boy up in middle school and I've had an odd relationship with it ever since. On the PS3, I sank in over 200 hours into the game playing as a stereotypical Sword & Shield Nord dude and proceeded to finish all of the factions and DLCs with the Spellbreaker shield. Nowadays I never play this game without mods. Bethesda really needs to start working on ES6... or maybe even a Game of Thrones open world rpg. 7.) The Witcher III Only played this for a few hours but I'm already hooked. I love how each monster requires their own strategy to defeat them, forcing you to plan ahead for every fight you come across. I'm also a sucker for Dark Fantasy. 6.) Bloodborne From Software really knows how to make engaging combat and lore, and this game is in the threshold of perfection. It's really fast-paced, challenging, and interesting when you start digging into the Lovecraftian-style backstory. 5.) Scooby-Doo: Night of 100 Frights An old PS2 classic that I doubt many people remember. I wish there were more companies like Heavy Iron Studios that developed engaging collect-a-thon games. 4.) Dark Souls III Has the same qualities as Bloodborne, but what makes this higher is the fact that I don't have to go to my PS4 every time I want to play this game. 3.) Assassin's Creed: Origins Greatest open world game I've ever played thus far. Gameplay is awesome, story is intriguing, and Ancient Egypt is probably my favorite history subject out of all of them. I just wish that the leveling system wasn't so poorly developed. 2.) Tales of the Abyss Again, shame on those who turn a blind eye to this JRPG series. This game was my introduction to the Tales of franchise, and so my nostalgia has placed this game on the near top of my list for quite a few years now. 1.) Spongebob Squarepants: Battle for Bikini Bottom The ultimate PS2 classic. Nothing can beat this brilliant collect-a-thon filled with brilliant level design and brilliant gameplay. I always come back to this every year or two just to relive this nostalgic game.
  7. Jesus Christ, the makers of MLP have worse security than the royal guards of Canterlot.
  8. Once upon a time I karate chopped my friend in the hand a little too hard after he roasted me, causing him to start crying and stuff. First and only detention I ever got. Needless to say I'm not exactly the most gentle person in the world.
  9. It's a pretty strategic game tbh, you get to create your own monsters using appendages that you can create with materials found in the world, and each appendage has their own stats and attacks, meaning that you have to plan your creations carefully. The battles also require you to think hard and cleverly in order to win. Luckily, the battle system is turn-based so you can do just that. So yeah, I'd definitely recommend it.
  10. Dunno. I have a fridge full of food and there's still nothing to eat.
  11. Just let an old dog die in peace. The show has gotten stale for me, personally, to the point where I'm really only willing to watch the season premieres and finales instead of the boring in-betweens. Really, the only reason I'm still here is just to interact with the community. I don't even consider myself a brony anymore. It's time to shed some old skin and find something new.
  12. Merry Birthiversary!

  13. Happy Birthday Redye.