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But it's still taking way too long. I finally figured out about the charge power bar indicator at the top of the screen, that helps me not get toasted, but he still is flapping around and appears to be upset with me! Is that possible in a RPG??? I mean he's actually going after me. what we do to interact with a game.

but, while these are diversions, they do get us to think how to tackle problems. and have fun.

So here we ( the cat and I) are, on a crisp Monday, just waiting for, Tuesday???

No, we are thinking about the Fisticuffs that are going to take place tomorrow night. If I wanted to watch it on pay-per=view, it would cost $90.00! Are you kidding me?? Mayweather is from Grand Rapids, and is home grown kid. hopefully he or the other guy won't get hurt.

oh well. I was waiting to hear from MSNBC about their over use of that darn Polling software. when 25% of your viewing screen is taken up by asking you to vote on if the Presidents last joke was funny, it's time to change programmers!!
but what do I know.
now its time to really wake up.
I'm off.

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seawasp
Apr. 27th, 2015 01:45 pm (UTC)
If you're in a part of the game where you actually FIGHT Alduin scripted, he'll keep coming for you because that's his purpose at that point. Your REAL fight with Alduin doesn't happen until you get to Sovngard, though. Until then you can't kill him, just piss him off and possibly drive him away.

Any creature that's hostile and you get the attention of will keep coming for you unless you manage to get out of its visual range for a while.
ancientone
Apr. 28th, 2015 02:36 pm (UTC)
Well, I've certainly pissed him off. He's on the ground now trying to fly, but falling to the ground. now, that's new. I know I can't kill him now, but wow, I read ahead and man, this is one very well thought out RPG. Bravo .
seawasp
Apr. 28th, 2015 05:34 pm (UTC)
It's really well done. My only real gripe about this and Oblivion is that they don't script much to make use of "reputation", especially in areas where it's just blatantly obvious they SHOULD. E.g., random city guard who clearly knows who you are -- "It's you! The Champion of the Arena! This is truly an honor!" -- and yet still tries to take you in by himself when you accidentally steal an apple, or on the other end of the spectrum, no one in either game thinking "You know, this guy who's like defeated every major threat we've ever heard of and done it single-handedly, maybe he'd make a good Emperor/High King".
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