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  1. Cephalopods are winning!

    They are the best animals! Cuttlefish go!

  2. Shuga! Where you been?!!? Been wanting to talk to you! What, got you on Steam, I think.

      Wanted to ask if you're still the Yugioh expert to get ahold of. Got me a buncha Beast cards I been meaning to work together & I'd like your stance on things!

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    2. Widdershins

      Widdershins

       "Eldritch Abomination cards" Eeee! Do tell me what they are! Sounds amazadorable!!!

      But I think the keyword there is:

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      "A"

       Like, ONE. Not like hearthstone where every single expansion that comes out, each new possible deck arrangement has a new recipe that is incapable of being beat by any other previous deck recipe or renders half of everything else in the same expansion as completely useless. Warrior decks have been unplayable the past, some, four years maybe. And that's a ninth of the game!

       Like, you gotta spend money to get what ya brought up. You gotta luck into it. And you can tell that person to play nicer, because you wanna have time to have fun so maybe use a different deck... or just not play with them.

       As opposed to Hearthstone, where Rogues get a combo you literally can do nothing to stop, & nobody plays rogue for any other reason, so you MUST immediately concede the moment you see the Rogue's face pop up. Because you know it'll be over in half a minute anyway, so might as well not waste your time. Only reason Quest Rogue decks stopped being used. NO one would ever bother to play against them.

      I hate Hearthstone. Have I mentioned?

      Beats me why I keep playing it.

       

        Got Rescue cat & Rescue bunny! And the adorable "Emerging Emergency Rescue Rescute" spell! ... what do you mean link beasts? The Chain Dog or Key Mouse?

       Sort of the issue there is keeping my critters alive long enough for the bonus to stack up. Or actually getting more than one out at a time... suppose Rescue Rabbit helps to do the 3-Hump Lacooda thing...

    3. SugarCoatxMarblePie

      SugarCoatxMarblePie

      https://shop.tcgplayer.com/yugioh/product/show?newSearch=false&IsProductNameExact=false&ProductName=entity&Language=English&orientation=list

      a lil busy right now will say more later if u ping me again

      But note extra deck cards tend to be 1 ofs not 3 ofs

    4. SugarCoatxMarblePie

      SugarCoatxMarblePie

      Yeah so it was the two xyzs (black border) idr the combo tho I can find the video I saw the combo on

      what else may interest u

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K7WNvbR3uCU

  3. SugarCoatxMarblePie

    General What would you do with a billion dollars?

    I would hire a development team to make the best videogame for the brain that's both challenging, plays at your pace, and has good aesthetics and storytelling. I would hire the Skullgirls Animators, Lauren Faust, The guys who made Nes Battletoads, The guys who invented DnD if they are alive, The guy who made Devil Daggers, The Co-op developers on Starcraft 2 and the StarCraft/Brood War developers, Some of the guys who worked on Doom (the recent one), and the people who made Panoramical. And some random games with good sound design like Donkey Kong Country or Mario sorta sound design so it keeps people in and so the full spectrum of sound will be good all the time anyways. I would give them each a percent of the total gains from sales plus a normal wage for the work they tend to do. The team will be organized so you can put up ideas because those are alot of creators with alot of good ideas potentially and we need everyone to be able to speak up. Oh and I am on it too, the game has to be enjoyable and something I would actually play and I would be the one providing the theory on maximizing it for the mind. The game would be totally aesthetic, have large variety, it recognizes the speeds at which you press which buttons and how fast/often you use new abilities and old abilities as time goes on in each game mode to try and understand your learning speed and current skills so it can provide a lightly stronger challenge each second for you to adapt to. I want it to also account for perception skills. Like theres a room of 80 objects you have 20 seconds before a bad guy blocks the door n gets you or something *subject to change or parallel or similar scenarios* and then they notice based on the brightness, where your eyes tend to linger, which items you had a preference for visually, which items you had a preference for based on description and which ones based on use. Then it encourages you to use lesser used abilities more over time, til eventually you are doing every skill at peak level and your peak keeps rising due to muscle memory and the game having an effectively constant difficulty increase that it knows you can handle. And each playthrough will differ because your skills will differ and based on your skills there are different aesthetics. And the story will keep you engaged with just plain enjoyable moments cuz of Faust, humor of the 'toads', badassery of doom. And then the 'toads' help to employ true skill oriented mechanical variety. Then it has an rts trippy aspect in first person somehow. Like in missions you teleport to locations, can posses units, can spawn units of many varieties each with odd niche roles. And the game constantly changes so you need to relearn the abilities relearn what units there are and what structures, relearn enemy units, enemy unit behavior strats change based on a spectrum and 3-d graph determined on the aesthetic alterations which are determined based on your skills. But so you do not miss out on anything it needs to be like an evergrowing spectrum that branches out so you don't miss any unique combinations if you go from 0 skill to mastered. Which means it should be independent from a difficulty calculator. And then eventually you may realize different aesthetics mean you are getting too comfortable or not comfortable enough with certain strats. The story will be about exploring different perspectives and strategies and dealing with alternate strategies for which there is an infinite spectrum of. And the game should be graphically simplistic enough so that more of the ram can be used for predictive difficulty on the changing system or it'll be really imbalanced, and it'd require alot of playtesting with people of various controls and skills and game histories. It should be intellectual gameplay, whilst skill oriented gameplay (think faster/outplay oriented or tactics, And clever technical strategy or mindgames oriented etc) And one philosophy for skill gain is, the game's speed can change throughout time. Slower to 50% all the way to faster x% based on skill level and frame-rate. Spatial distortions. Contrast changes, color variability, camouflage intensity of enemies (transparency and camo patterns) The game should be trippy for the highest skill levels like the entire game ate 20 tabs of acid and a pound of magic shrooms and have a breathing tube on where you perpetually inhale dmt and because you slowly improved at it over the course of 10,000 hours the game is eventually entirely unrecognizable to noobs but you from muscle memory, reflexes, and subconscious recognition skills and abstract thinking can habitually deduce everything that's going on constantly even though the enemies are shapeshifting entirely once per frame while having distortions and color changes camouflages and transparencies brightness and textures all at the same time, including the environment shifting constantly as well. Someone next to you be like 'wtf is that an indoor pool that turned into a whale and wishes it were a clown or something?' Naw man, that's a fireman I spawned. And I would make it for VR. (lol on other consoles too of course, but on vr 10k hours in would be sadistic lol) ... And now that I think about it the second thing I would do is hire people to help with a thing to try and get psychedelics legalized because studies say they grow brain cells so can increase rate of learning like when they used it on mice. So its actually good for you. So that's where alot of my money would go to as well. Then I would hire people to have plants genetically modified to contain all non-addictive nootropics (brain enhancers) and psychedelics, and so it has dna from weeds and grasses and cacti so it spreads like wildfire and can survive in harsh climates. Then I would visit the world. Then provide funding for stuff to keep people young forever. And of course find ways to make more money doing other stuff I like so I can keep doing weird ambitions with my money. Perhaps make tons of expansions for the game idea.
  4. SugarCoatxMarblePie

    Is Pinkie now 110% hateable because of Yakity Sax?

    That was a bad episode? lol
  5. Them being forced to give up their dreams goals ambitions desires responsibilities, to participate in a school which is a full time job. I feel like they broke character too much so even if they got development its going to contradict writer to writer and whenever Hasbro steps in, making it a moot sentiment and a wasted pursuit. Maybe they should've been episodic like the original PPG. That's why they liked S1 and S2 more than any other season. Well, and S3 killed it being random and a half a season etc.
  6. Cute Twi pic Sparky @TwilySparky Do you have a higher resolution? Personally I see everything involving the school as Dash quitting the wonderbolts, Rarity quitting her boutiques, AJ quitting her farm, Fluttershy taking a job involving many eyes being on her, etc. Its clearly an executive marketing decision, so I am not going to be for it. It causes way too many plot holes and out of character moments. G5 is going to need to happen soon anyways. I just worry the executives are going all in on psychological priming for the audience too much instead of trying to make a good show.
  7. SugarCoatxMarblePie

    Hypnotize yourself to be a pony, links included

    Mythbusters lies sometimes though, their episode on subliminal messages the guy scratched his nose which is what they said, then they said it doesn't count because of x y z, when it totally counted, they just don't want to cultivate a paranoid audience or they'd end up testing if bpa makes frogs gay or something.
  8. SugarCoatxMarblePie

    Most polarizing character in MLP?

    Its just the ones overprotective of 'MY Twilight Sparkle' and a newcomer becoming the new fish out of water type, and she was a villain and replaced twilight it got them salty. Sorta similar to Angel or Trixie people didn't like at first.
  9. SugarCoatxMarblePie

    Most polarizing character in MLP?

    Because this is why
  10. If theres anything almost a reference its when she kills someone by using cupcakes lol
  11. SugarCoatxMarblePie

    Hypnotize yourself to be a pony, links included

    I found this video and it seems fun. What do you all think?
  12. I've been meaning to say this for a little bit, but I just wanted to say that your profile pic is absolutely adorable.

  13. SugarCoatxMarblePie

    What Does Religion Mean To You?

    The religion of communism (many glorified their leaders as god-like in their propaganda) Yielded tens of millions of deaths.
  14. SugarCoatxMarblePie

    Cockroach milk

    It sounds rather disgusting yes. But people already eat snails, frogs legs, ghost peppers, drugs, alcohol, cheese which is cultured from all manner of things, animal organs cooked including brains. There was some expensive type of coffee from when a Jaguar or something poops out the coffee beans then they process it. All kinds of nasty stuff. Blood sausage or pie.
  15. This is an example of the thought process one can use to reach a conclusion with knowledge we already have, but did not think to consider. It just takes some time and patience. If the brain can store massive quantities of data, why do most people not consciously recall it all? Its because people do not try. All you need is spare time, and recognition of an almost order of operations of logic. In this example I start by asking a question that most would think has no definite objective answer. Then I keep going through a self-critical process of proposals based on reflections and the knowledge it brings to the foreground that I already had but did not know I had. So to simplify. 1. 'unknowable' question 2. reflection 2.a knowledge from reflection 2.b applying the knowledge into the equation 2.c rule it out if it doesn't objectively answer anything 3. repeat 2 til it does objectively answer something 4. add this into the equation permanently 5 repeat 2-5 as needed til the first question is answerable. 6. The answer and its objectively true within the assumptions that 'the world is real'.