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 on: September 24, 2016, 12:15:44 PM 
Started by Yoda - Last post by Klyde Chroma
Forgive me for playing "catch up" here.

I've been silenced from the internet for a few days due to my move but I can't let the puppy posts
go unaddressed.

In particular Dice, first and foremost, my sincerest sympathies.

Secondly, you touched upon something I feel is truly remarkable about our pets that I can relate too. That is, the unconditional love they offer.

My cat Pip, and my dog Interceptor were always there to love me through my scummiest of hours. I'd come home to the little shack I was living in at the time and no matter what caliber of loser/screw up I was during those days/years they greeted me like I was the king. It somehow made me feel like I wasn't the complete villain I was living my life as at that point in time. It was the only reprieve from the loneliness and ache I had during those years. And THAT type of love offered by our pets is often over-looked.

When my cat died, I was a mess for months. Could NOT walk by kitty treats without balling my eyes out. A few months later Interceptor died. I took off work to be with her in her final days. After that I realized upon reflection those two animals offered me a glimpse at a "perfect" love. A love of christian lore I never really "got" before. It is the model of compassion I wish I can exercise with my fellow humans more often.

Pets really do teach us, in execution what it is to love and forgive.

Given all this, and my own experiences with the matter, I really mean it when I say I understand the depth of loss one can experience when going through what you have.

I commemorate my pets by way of characters in my games whenever I have the chance. I try to think on their exemplary practice of patience and love with me when I'm feeling mad and condemning. Keep your pooch's love in your heart forever and celebrate it, as the way you post/spoke, I can tell it was profound.

Once again, my thoughts are with you on this one. Your pooch is in my prayers.

NOTE: I still don't have the internet and am in the process of getting moved/settled. It won't be turned on til this tuesday. I rigged up a hotspot with my phone and temp set-up to come visit RPGFan quick cuz, **withdrawals**. In short, if there is something post this message I should respond to and don't/can't for another 4 days forgive me.

 on: September 24, 2016, 11:25:42 AM 
Started by Tomara - Last post by Klyde Chroma
Phantasy Star IV - Final report

I did it! I defeated my first Phantasy Star :D

It's weird, having grown up with Nintendo and Sony systems, Sega games always felt out of reach. It makes having finished Phantasy Star IV feel like a Very Important Thing.

I actually totally know what you mean with this statement. I just moved my business and residence in the last week, have been staying awake 30 hours + in a clip before napping to get the labor done in my "timestable/schedulde" and I still somehow feel like your accomplishment here puts me to shame. Mondo congrats on this one Tomara.

This was exactly how I felt when I finally played Terranigma a few years back.

 on: September 24, 2016, 11:22:39 AM 
Started by Lucca - Last post by Aeolus

Proof that Nintendo has always been the more forward thinking console developer.

 on: September 24, 2016, 11:22:03 AM 
Started by Eusis - Last post by Klyde Chroma
Golly, I've been stuck without my com/internet for a few days now due to "life" and not getting to come to the journal and post REALLY bugged me.

It is amazing how disconnected from life I feel when in fact I'm just disconnected from the internet/you guys.

That is probably a discussion better suited for " the haps ".


Well I think part of the reason I'm frustrated is because the annual holiday game drop is almost here and this game is really starting to feel never ending. Combine that with very little time to play due to school and work, and I'm really getting anxious to finish this one. I'm at the very end of Chapter 5, though, so I'm getting closer. Hoping to finish it by the end of the first week in October.

I am totally intimidated by long games ATM because I get very little playtime in myself. I get this. Its like you fall in love with a game, want to play all day, don't actually get to turn it on til the weekend and by then some other media has peaked your interest. Next thing you know it is two months later and you've only ticked away some odd 10-15 hour chunk of an 80 hour endeavor and you do the math. All the sudden ***discouraged***

YS ARK OF NAPISHTAM -- Highly disturbed by the techno-tastic music for one of the final dungeons. It's not bad per se but it feels like it doesn't belong. Rock-guitar-90's-fantasy-cheese tracks are just fine with me but this is NOT that. Minor gripe.

I think I'm nearing end-game just in time for a full on return to Dark Souls 3 and halloween gaming!!

 on: September 24, 2016, 11:19:49 AM 
Started by Dincrest - Last post by Aeolus
London is Falling: "We're not just one man!" shouted the one man army.

 on: September 24, 2016, 09:26:54 AM 
Started by Agent D. - Last post by Klutz64
I had a dream last night where my mind implanted the members of Class VII into famous moments during the actual French Revolution. I found this strange since, obvious plot correlations aside, I haven't studied the French Revolution since it was a required part of the curriculum in junior high.

 on: September 24, 2016, 09:22:54 AM 
Started by Aeolus - Last post by Klutz64
All the screenshots that Nintendo have posted on Twitter up to this point has reminded me way too much of Sticker Star.

 on: September 24, 2016, 07:05:41 AM 
Started by Azrael - Last post by Dincrest
I don't know if this was posted already, but I like this Dorkly song about TMNT for NES.  I could never get past the van level in that game.


 on: September 24, 2016, 05:18:54 AM 
Started by Hidoshi - Last post by Artimicia
SSY was pretty interesting, different from a lot of manga/anime but not necessarily weaker for it... really tragic and sad tones at times.

Also I finished Happiness Charge holy smackwell that was sugary.

 on: September 24, 2016, 05:18:05 AM 
Started by Yoda - Last post by Artimicia
The haps is trying out Raspberry Cheesecake MMM MMM good!

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