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  1. I am afraid are seldom won by driving all the nice middle class women to vote for the Tory Party either.
  2. The statistics on how many people are trans aren't actually relevant; the relevant statistic is how many bad people would choose to try and take advantage of liberal laws around changing id. I have no idea what that figure is but agree it would be small. However that small number could still cause damage and laws should consider it. But that wasn't really my point. My point was if you've moved to actually mocking women's concerns over this, you've completely lost your head in all senses.
  3. So the preferred approach by the trans community is self id - switching gender without any medical requirements. Statutory declaration is enough. This is 100% open to abuse and shouting at me won't change it. It is also a potentially toxic political issue. Shouting at me won't change that either. I also personally don't think there are many limits on what potential abusers would do in order to abuse having lived through all of the above. Systems need set up to assume it because the alternative has not served us well.
  4. So you've lived through metoo, endless revelations of celebrities in the 70s being sex pests, paedophilia scandals in the Catholic Church and others in positions of trust and you conclusion is no one would ever do this? Any change in the law needs to very carefully consider the potential for bad actors. The UK public is okay with people changing gender (though by no means universal). However, they are generally against self id without medical assessment and a period where you've being living in your chosen gender. If you want to pick and lose a culture war and damage the rights of the people you claim to care about, trivialising or mocking women raising this issue is the A1 100% route to it.
  5. I am also about level 120 and wondering what to do. Dual welding Colossal Swords I am now at 40 Vitality, 50 Endurance, 60 Strength. Plus soreseal on top. I don't know whether to keep pumping strength - I know the soft cap is 60, but I still seem to be getting a lot of joy with weapon scaling. The endurance is primarily for poise - I could get more than serviceable defense with much lower weight but I can basically tank my way through most things at this point. I could push dexterity and try a quality build, but I'd be surprised if it beats Heavy scaling. Or I could push out faith for some variety. Not sure.
  6. Aaaargh fucking From with their fucking obscure questlines As an aside, as a bonus the sequence before that is infuriating. I like the jump button on the horse on the open world, I dislike it immensely on the ground or for exploration. Previously if Frok decided they wanted to do Mario, you could only really drop or roll. The Juno was mapped awkwardly and rarely used. Now they want to demand perfect accurate platforming with instakills. No.
  7. The Land of the Giant seems to be a step change in the amount of damage I give and receive. Lake of Rot was proper wtf From. Also, not a fan of multiple types of what amounts to the same status. It just means you have to manage multiple resistances and healing items.
  8. The soreseal increases all damage received by 15%. At lower levels it's definitely worth it, as that will be mitigated by both the vitality increase and endurance enabling heavier armour. Now I'm over level 100, I'm not sure. Enemies hit like absolute trucks, and that 15% is going to bite. The additional health at 40 Vitality is also relatively less. Anyone got any experience on whether it stops being worth it?
  9. I mean I don't NEED to play Elden Ring but it might be something I enjoy. Like being to trial out different weapons at the same level I'm already on.
  10. They still need to sort out the smithing stones. It's still a mess. Thankfully not blocking my main weapon, but I have 20 +6 Stones and 2 +5 Stones. It's useless for experimentation. I think I can go find the ball bearing soon but it's way too late for that level.
  11. The main route way to open the Grand Lift needs you to go to Caelid. So I think that's the intended direction.
  12. kensei

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    I liked it a lot. A lot of the criticism of it is for things it isn't - no overworld, no traditional control option. But it's very focused on puzzling and the puzzles are very, very good. Timestones are an idea that you could build a game around. Motion controls are marmite and a section of people hate it so much it obliterates everything else. But I enjoyed them a lot and it gave the game both a tactile feel and slowed the pace of combat down a bit so it had a bit more of a Souls feel. It's undoubtedly the best implementation on the Wii bar Sports Resort. So I can see it. It's all the experiments the Wii tried in a traditional game done well. I hope at some point in the future motion controls get revisited, better, so it's a pioneer and not an evolutionary dead end. The problem is Breath of the Wild is so much better even accounting for all that. And I was sceptical of Open World Zelda as potentially not being Zelda.
  13. I'm dual welding Colossal Swords. I find it hilarious that this doesn't have the stopping power required for a number of enemies. I sort of feel if that can't stagger a normal dude who is apparently wearing no armour, STR builds are a little bit broken. Fortunately I've discovered Lion's Claw weapon art can stagger most things, including Crucible Knights, which makes then substantially less of a ballache. Anyway, progressed Rabbi's quest a good bit and am now in a whole new underground area. Just why, From.
  14. How are you rocking just 8 ADP rather than upping it and massively abusing iFrames?
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