One series that I loved when I was younger was ElfQuest. Very well-written. There are a couple of questionable scenes in the fourth volume, but otherwise, pretty solid. I believe they're all posted online now.I
Great game. Especially with add-ons. I wish I knew where I put my copy - I've never finished the main quest.Morrowind?
I find it intriguing, but complex. I wouldn't even know where to begin. That makes me feel old....Thoughts on Linux?
I haven't seen the new version in theaters yet. As for the Rankin/Bass version from 1977... I've seen it once. That was enough.Have you seen the Hobbit? If so what did you think of it?
I've never played Skyrim and I've only played Oblivion once when visiting a friend. So I haven't had enough experience with it to make an informed decision. If it's anything like the Morrowind system (and I've heard that it is similar), in which you gain levels by practicing skills, rather than killing X amount of beasties and/or completing Y amount of quests in order to earn Z amount of experience points, I'm sure I'd like it. It's one of the things I enjoyed the most about Morrowind - that it was different from the traditional RPG leveling format.Like or dislike: Oblivion/Skyrims leveling mechanics?
White winter, definitely. I used to downhill ski a lot, and I'd like to learn how to cross-country ski. Most lizards hibernate when it gets cold. I slap on my boots and grab a scarf.White Winter or Hot Summer?
Aside from my two-year-old son breaking his arm and us spending way too much money (and I still didn't get my new computer, like I had hoped)? It was all right. I may not have got my computer, but I did get caught up on all the bills, paid off my wife's student loans (finally!) and the kids got what they wanted.How was your Christmas?
Is that like a double-click?Dubstep?
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