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 No.33[Reply]

eyy, anyone else been following Dragon Quest Builders 2? am kinda really hyped for it and have been having fun with the demo so far.


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 No.5[Reply]

Any GUNPURA ppl here? What's your build today?

 No.6

>>5
hell yeah! latest build of mine was the RX-178 Titans Ver., was my ferst MG build and i'm in absolute love with him!!
Currently working on a video about GUNPLA actually.

 No.8

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apologies for the late post, but here's the model, he's still a WIP so don't be too harsh on him.

 No.17

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Why do you say GUNPURA? Sorry for being a noob. I've only built two kits and I've only heard the term "gunpla" before.

 No.18

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Was experimenting with painting/'washing' my gunpura over the other day, and i'm really chuffed with how it's made this basic ZAKU II look a million times better, what you lads reckon? was just a lil bit of watered down black acrylic, and some patience.
>>17
Is how those silly japs pronounce it my friend, they don't have the 'L' sound/phonic in their native vocabulary.

 No.32

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LOL



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 No.15[Reply]

Anyone into any European comics here? I enjoy comics such as Asterix and Iznogoud for the wordplay that drives the stories.

 No.16

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>>15
not european perse, though I've always been interested in the Donald Duck comics, which are popular in the Nederlands, though never had an excuse to read them, and the only time i've seen them for sale myself they were in dutch; might've been a good opportunity to actually learn the language though I suppose.

 No.29

>>16
I'm italian and I grew up reading italian donald duck comics. I don't know if there's any way to find english translations online but if you do I really recommend them, there are some great ones. They have a unique style of absurd humor that I really loved and that shaped my sense of humor growing up.

 No.30

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>>29
Pic from an italian comic where "Paperinik", a dark superhero version of Donald Duck, is introduced for the first time. Not sure if this shit is known at all outside of Italy.

Translation of the legendary 2nd balloon: "Buazz! What a disgusting ostentation of plutocratic condescension!"

 No.31

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>>30
lol quackman honk



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 No.23[Reply]

What makes you love a certain video game genre?
For examples, I love puzzle games as there's hundreds of ways of implementing skill in each game.

 No.24

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>>23
Personally OP, I really enjoy games that have a lot fun time sink in them, not necesserily mechanical depth, though that can help within reason. Some good examples of games that have kept my interest recently are:

>Deus Ex

I really enjoyed how the skill system in this game was just deep enough to facilitate everything you might want to do ingame without feeling as though any of them were a waste of valuable points to spend on.

>Assassin's Creed Odyssey

This game I'm currently playing through right now, and im absolutely adoring the lite-rpg mechanics it brings to the table in regards to it's combat, and how all dialog options are available to all players, not held behind certain speech checks and such, really just a great game to ride around ancient Greece larping as a warrior type character, gives me Witcher 3 vibes, if that game was vastly symplified, and focused in on different weapon types, stealth, parkour and sailing pic related.

>Space Station 13

This is one that i've also been moisting over recently also, itching that multiplayer part of my gaming habits; it has all the social fun of a DarkRP, the anarchy of a Trouble in Terrorist Town, and a similar touch of autism that I adore of a Dwarf Fortress, genuinely reccomend learning it if you haven't anon, is such a rewarding multiplayer/lite-rp game to play.

 No.25

>>24
>moisting over
What are you, a girl?

 No.26

>>25
nah, far worse; british.

 No.27

>>26
A blighty boi!

 No.28

>>27
reeeeeeee stay on topic



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 No.12[Reply]

Tabletop stuff is comfy, post soem tabletop stories and stuff frends.
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 No.14

quick update for any anons wondering, I managed to find a site with a ton of general tabletop pdfs uploaded onto it, would deffinetly reccomend it to anyone who plays D&D or Pathfinder: https://thetrove.net/

 No.19

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First time painting minis, just waiting on some clear matt varnish so they are "game ready", kinda chuffed with the outcome on the buffalo. Gonna pick up some more Reaper Bones at the end of the month, and have a hand at doing more humanoid types of people.

Also, recently found out through a close friend and broswing local hobby shops that Pathfinder do cheaper pocket edition releases of their books, so i'm going to put towards getting the core books of them eventually. D&D books still ridiculously overpriced though, which is a shame, would most deffinetly prefer to cop some if they did the whole cheaper "pocket edition" stuff over pathfinder tbh.

 No.20

Keep posting, anon.

 No.21

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>>20
just ordered a new batch of minis, will be painting them and posting pictures when they arrive.

Heads up also, turns out that what people say online about washing Reaper's minis is absolutely true, paint is flaking off of the figure, despite varnishing and apply the paints correctly, so please do keep that in mind if you buy from them like I do.

 No.22

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>>21
already painted the two kobolds, and i'm quite chuffed with how they turned out;washed em and the paint appears to be sticking.

going to do a video on the process on one of the other minis I ordered, so that'll be fun also.



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