Oh wait hold on...
Here it is.
The preserved clothing of a Jewish prisoner from the Holocaust.
Ah, attempted genocide.
(There, THAT is inappropriate)
Well, seeing that there is still European Jewish people around at the end of the war...
That and I'm thinking genocide as the COMPLETE destruction of an ethnic group.
If I'm wrong, then I'm wrong.
Get that nasty stuff out of here pork bacon or nothing
Come onnnnnn, try it!
*Scarfs down strips of delicious bacon of different varieties*
Om nom nom. :P
(I know I'm terrible, that's why I wanna keeeeeeeel myself)
Wait....I thought Pork was an Illegal thing is Judaism
Why does the ProBoards have to be so f*cking difficult.
Now I'll spend another hour trying to log in.
Oxihydronia and Jute in space
Nvm, got it.
Now...what is this about transferring thread ownership Shiz? I rather have my Skyrim RP back under my thumb of righteousness. :P
Come onnnnnn mmmaaannnnn, we gotta roam the land of Skyrim. For mead and sweetrolls!
3 was pretty good
New Vegas was a Elvis away from perfection
4 was pretty decent
I just started playing Battlefield 1 on campaign. Either I'm just very bad at the game or stupid, or some of the ambush levels done in the first story (the one with the British tank crew) are very hard.
It's actually difficult to choose the best out of the three games.
Fallout 3 made every Fallout fanboy wet themselves.
New Vegas came around with the Reputation and weapon modding.
Fallout 4 gave the settlement customization.
So in the Fallout 3 RP, regular guns from the other two games are a little harder to acquire while their DLC weapons are impossible.
(Getting a double barrel shotty from the Fallout 3 DLC Point Lookout will be a little difficult to obtain unlike the 10mm Pistol while in the Capital Wasteland while it is impossible to have in New Vegas. Wait, I can establish trans-continental traders to bring variety of weapons to each coast.)
The very first level is where you are supposed to die a couple times to show the hardship of the First World War (being infantry and commanding a tank). I can imagine what a returning soldier feels, coming home from a war that many speculated that would end all war, hence The War To End All Wars. I can imagine how they felt when Germany invaded Poland.
Right, no. I'm not talking about that part. I'm talking about "Through Mud and Blood" story, where you're just the British tank driver no matter how many times you die.
Oh, I was thinking of Storm of Steel.
>Being in the WA
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