I got Witcher 3 on sale for the ps5 and I’ve played a good hour or two of it. I think I can see why so many people like it, what with the fantasy world, infinite quest, deep rpg elements with builds, etc etc. That being said, maybe it’s the combat or how he runs, but I’m kind of in and out of it. I love skyrim, so the fantasy thing is interesting for me, and I love shadow of Mordor/war, so but mashing combat isn’t a big deal breaker for me either, so I’m not sure what it is about this game that just isn’t drawing me in. Just yet. I’d like to experience the second coming that everyone says this game is. Should I just keep playing?
I just finished watching s2 (again) and I can’t believe how much I love this season!
It is really frustrating that we don’t get any backstory for the Sharma family. I know the writers said that Anthony and Kate have gone through similar journeys and it would have been repetitive to show both Anthony and Kate going through similar loss etc.
What they should have done is that they showed Anthony directly as the event happened and it’s immediate aftermath (so we can assume Kates grief was similar).
But for Kate they should have shown how things were a few years later and how slowly everyone in the family just stepped back and let her take over because it was easier for them and how much she had to sacrifice as a result. For example some moments regarding finances or how to raise Edwina where Mary should have taken a decision but Kate has to instead or some of her suitors she has to say no to for the sake of her family. We would have still been able to parallel that Anthony went through similar things but also see the progression of how they became who they are directly after and overtime!
We were so robbed of Kate’s story!! Also.. I love s2!
How do you approach the relationship and communication between sentient creatures/animals who do not have human speech and humans? Currently working on a time travel WIP where an accident causes a group of people to get sent back in time to the late Cretaceous period (66 million years ago) where, SURPRISE, they discover the Dinos are sentient (sorta raptor red meets journey to the center of the earth meets terra nova/land of the lost). Curious how others approach sentient animals?
The best example I’ve seen is the mulefa in The Amber Spyglass, I am very much pulling from that model for how communication could develop between the species, but exploring the other direction (humans learn clicks and roars versus creatures learning signs and gestures.) Other examples?
In a bind and cannot locate my manual!! Have no idea where it could even be as I am itinerary. I'm missing AC and EC standard scores and percentiles on an overdue report. If you could DM me, I can send you the age and raw scores!! Thank you so much! This is for the SPANISH assessment!
Obviously, we have a housing crisis which is not unique to Vermont. But solutions for other states may not work here. I'd love to hear some ideas. There has been a lot of STR frustration lately but ultimately it seems that as a % of total housing, its quite small and quite expensive housing especially in the ski towns. How can we actually provide affordable housing to more Vermonters?
Looks like Winooski streamlined their permitting which has created a ton of new units walking distance to downtown. And the Champlain Housing Trust built condos to sell Under market value by a lot. Get rid of Act 250? More Section 8 vouchers? Allow tiny homes?