Chris Martin - January 13th '02- 2:00 Eastern Standard Time|
As far back as I can remember, I've always wanted to be a villain. As a kid, I watched all the classic cartoons, but always rooted for the villains. Shredder, Cobra Commander, Dr. Claw, etc. I think you imagine just how self-defeating that was. What it all added up to was a little boy screaming at his television, "No, you idiot! It's the girl! Ignore the comical inspector, it's the girl with the book!"
One day, when I'm old and useless to my family, I will start an evil organization and terrorize whatever town/city/asylum I happen to love in. But then, when the precocious little kids and teenagers in spandex arrive to stop me, I'll know how to win! Nothing can stop me!
But enough of my hopes and dreams, we have a column to do. Oh, and since a few of you asked, yes. I did like the new episode of Home Movies. Best line of the show:
Melissa: "You read to much! Now you have to wear glasses and the kids will call you 'four-eyes' and 'idiot'."
Jason: "Then... I won't read anymore!"
Melissa: "Then they'll just call you 'idiot.'"
More Hoshigami Help
Dear Kitty ^.^
Woo! Now that someone's shared some info on the spirtual system of Hoshigami, I
think I've figured out what some of the best coin SEAL combos are. It's pretty
Basically, if you have a red coin, use a nice level Green and Brown seal when
dual engraving, etc, etc...
Some combos, which escape me at the moment, have some sweet results (+12 to
AOE!!!). Others raise MCP, CPC, and POT (also nice combo because there are
rarely any negative effects).
As for the extra spirits to worship, Mastering the Light and Dark is severally
sweet for anyone (not just melee or mages), but be warned, it's crazy hard!
That's nice and handy. Hoshigami is a really hard game, and if you don't take the time to level up and master the battle controls, you'll be as weak and powerless as a liberal on the Fox News network.
Short & Sweet
1.Lulu is freakin hot
2.Will playing blitzball help me at all? (Getting secret items, weaopns, etc.)
3.I hate the trial puzzles too.
-no more questions
2. Yes, it will. Gets you some nice stuff.
3. Amen, brother!
GTA3 IS TOO an RPG! It has HP measured with a number and everything!
Minor Hoshigami Spoilers -- You may wanna read if you're having trouble
Just wanted to let you know that I JUST got through dying in the GTA3
mission your column was titled after. It took me quite a while to even find
that stupid bridge . . .
This really isn't RPGamer related, just a sort of an off-the-wall question:
how do you hire the hookers in GTA3? You're the second person I heard say
you can do that, but nobody even will approach my car, save for the police,
mobsters, triad hooligans, ect, ect. I ask you, because I don't want
anything spoiled by going to GameFAQS.
Help a brother out, ya?
Staunton Island (not a typo) is a real pain to find your way around. Anyway, here's how to hire a hooker.
Get yourself a car. Nothing too "hot" like a taxi-cab, bus, police car, ambulance, or fire truck, otherwise she won't come near. Get a normal car that has a roof. Pull up next to a hooker. Sit for a bit, and she'll come over and talk into your window. After a while, she'll climb on in. Once she does that, you'll lose one dollar every second. (Her fee.) Drive to a secluded alley (your hideout is an excellent choice) and park. After a while, your car will start to squeak and bounce up and down. After a while, the squeaking will get really fast... then stop. The hooker will then get out and walk away.
So why do it? Well, for one thing, it restores your health and can even take it all the way up to 125. (Unlike REAL prostitutes, who usually make you LESS healthy.)
Worried about the money? Hey, no problem! Just beat her to death when she gets out of her car and take the money. Being a sick, evil, bastard was never so much fun!