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Beat down Nazis, hm?
You're an Ally too? =)
Watch out for the Japanese, and especially, watch out for the Borg. Strange things happen with dice, Borg cubes, and tired teenage minds.
|My friend Chris Jones (No, not the GIA's Chris Jones) *always* plays the Japanese. He's pretty good. Don't tell him, but I was only able to win by switching out some of my units for micromachine Klingon Birds of Prey. Suck disruptor, Hitler!|
Greetings (Merle screams) CHESH-SAMA
Now can I get some fangirls since I need a group of them around me. Now what might happen soon is that everything going on in the world might really be controlled by the real villian. I'm expecting some silver-haired prettyboy or some ancient demon or maybe both of them to show up soon. Is this likely to happen Chesh?
|Kefka, Sephiroth, Seifer, Kuja... we must all beware the pretty boys. Knowing this, we must keep an eye on Billy Idol. He will surely prove to be earth's GREATEST ENEMY!|
**Waves her hand frantically** Ooh ooh, pick me, pick me! The quote from Jet Grind/Set Radio (one of the most kick-ass games for DC), more specifically from the song "Everybody Jump Around" by Richard Jaques. Best. Soundtrack. Ever.
Also, a Star Ocean 2 question: I just started the game, and am unsure about the skill system. I'm a bit undecided for Rena- is Cooking worth the Skill Points, or should I focus on healing?
>>Geirahod "The music just turms me on" Svanmeyja
~ for the quote.
The best skills, or rather the first skills you should save your Skill Points for, are Perseverance and Effort. These skills reduce the SP cost for skills and the XP needed to gain levels respectivly. You get more bang for your buck, so to speak. Cooking can be pretty handy, and the skill "Kitchen Knife" can be especially useful for characters like Ashton, Claude, and Dias.
The Last Laugh:That'll have to be it. Was up late watching Tenchi Muyo and Niea Under 7 tonight. I've become the anime librarian for the dorm, and I suspect things will remain the same once I move into Phi Mu Alpha next year. (Not part of the frat, just living there with a roommate who is.)
Thanks to everyone who sent in words of encouragement about the LSAT. I usually don't print those letters in order to keep a limit on the levels of self-aggrandizement on this page to a minimum. (Conversely, the "U suk" letters also remain column absent that way.)
Chris "Let's shake the dew off that lilly!" Martin
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