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lordraijin:

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skyrimconfessionss:

"I really thought that being a Thane was a huge honor because most of the jarls didn’t have others, until I met Bryling and Erikur.  When I became The third Thane of Haafinger, I realized Elisif’s a thane slut."

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Well, she’s a slut alright. Thalmor come in, torture and murder her people for worshiping the god her dead as shit worm feeding husband honored, and asked you to deliver his horn to Talos’ statue… at the risk of your life mind you, since a Thalmor agent will come to attack you…

All of that, and all the bitch can say about them is that they throw great parties.

Thalmor loving slut.

We didn’t get to truly meet High King Torygg on a personal level… but you’ve gotta ponder if Elisif played a huge part of Toryggs decision not to join forces with Ulfric in Skyrim’s independence. After all departing from the Empire means that Elisif would no longer have access to those expensive jewelries (Like the one shes wearing on her forehead), and she would no longer have her luxury parties that she she was bragging about at the Thalmor party. The Emperor would no longer send crates full of Imperial coin to Solitude if her husband sided with Ulfric.

I think Elisif is nothing but a filthy succubus. I can’t possibly see Torygg being around this woman unless if he was under some sort of spell from this woman.

That spell is called punani, my friend. LOL. She reminds me of this:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UsWmrD2SAFg

So the bitch entered into our world, eh?

Understanding the Angry Gamer

askagamedev:

One thing I’ve noticed is that, within the gaming community, there are always the really angry gamers. Extremely vocal gamers who are vehemently angry with a developer about things. It is usually because of some design decision or implementation about the game that just rubbed some of the players the wrong way. And boy, do gamers love to hold grudges.

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If you work on games, you too will probably see them at some point. Hopefully you won’t have to deal with them directly - that’s what community management is for. But it always helps to understand your player base, because it helps to translate the things they say into actual useful feedback.

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colonelkillabee:

skyrimconfessionss:

"I really thought that being a Thane was a huge honor because most of the jarls didn’t have others, until I met Bryling and Erikur.  When I became The third Thane of Haafinger, I realized Elisif’s a thane slut."

skyrimconfessionss.tumblr.com

Well, she’s a slut alright. Thalmor come in, torture and murder her people for worshiping the god her dead as shit worm feeding husband honored, and asked you to deliver his horn to Talos’ statue… at the risk of your life mind you, since a Thalmor agent will come to attack you…

All of that, and all the bitch can say about them is that they throw great parties.

Thalmor loving slut.

We didn’t get to truly meet High King Torygg on a personal level… but you’ve gotta ponder if Elisif played a huge part of Toryggs decision not to join forces with Ulfric in Skyrim’s independence. After all departing from the Empire means that Elisif would no longer have access to those expensive jewelries (Like the one shes wearing on her forehead), and she would no longer have her luxury parties that she she was bragging about at the Thalmor party. The Emperor would no longer send crates full of Imperial coin to Solitude if her husband sided with Ulfric.

I think Elisif is nothing but a filthy succubus. I can’t possibly see Torygg being around this woman unless if he was under some sort of spell from this woman.

Anonymous

Anonymous asked:

Hey, massive fan of the dragon age series and extremely excited about Inquisition. Only annoying thing is how much is being revealed about the game. Can i ask why the team is comfortable revealing so much information before it comes out such as party members, romance options, appearance of (who i'm assuming is) the warden and Hawke (from the new trailer) and more that could be classed as spoliers. And what's your stance on it?

dgaider:

My stance is that all spoilers are not equal.

Were it solely up to me, and solely in the context of my role as a writer, I wouldn’t want to give away a single thing about the story. Not who you’ll meet, not your companions and romances or even a hint at the conflict beyond that which you could fit into a short blurb—like the kind you’d see on the back cover of a novel or DVD.

But that’s not a thing that’s ever going to happen. Part of marketing a game is giving people an idea of what it’s about and getting them excited about it. That means giving a certain amount of information away, as otherwise you’re leaving a big blank… and that’s especially true for a BioWare game, which lives and dies on its story. So we developers tend to pick and choose at an early stage what we’re going to reveal… in other words, we pre-select things that will be OK to talk about, as we have to give Marketing something. If we don’t, they’re going to construct a narrative they can sell which may tell a lot more than we’re comfortable with.

And, like I said, those spoilers are not all the same. Many things are shown without context, leaving the viewer to speculate what’s actually happening. Some fans will go “OMG SPOILER”, when their assumption of the context may actually be completely wrong… or which doesn’t actually tell them anything (the appearance of Hawke in the trailer is an example). Which is fine. We often do that on purpose, and leave the viewer’s mind to run wild. Other things we’ll want to state deliberately, when we need to be more factual and establish expectations.

For a fan who feels like they don’t want any spoilers, however? Or who feels they’ve seen enough, are sold, and don’t want to learn any more? Then they need to govern themselves. Marketing, after all, is geared towards informing people who don’t know anything about the game and aren’t sold on it… NOT to inform people who already know everything, are already interested, and only want to hear new stuff but-nothing-too-spoilery-thanks. Thus it involves a lot of repetition, and touching on a lot of different topics which different sorts of people will find interesting. I think the majority of fans are media-savvy enough to understand the difference.