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    This is a repost from 17/3/2012 from the Dark Creations forums which have been shut down as discussed in this other topic. -------------------------------------------------------------------- This is a visually enhanced travelogue about starting a character in a deadly environment and hopefully surviving with the application of wit, luck and shenanigans. In essence, it's just me trying something different and snapping pictures of it. I hope you'll find it interesting. First of all, there is a character that I used in Oblivion; a Breton necromancer whom I intended to be my 'evil' character; not the calculated kind of evil, nor cartoon villany. Just generally an asshole. A jerk. His name is Jerkan. Look at those eyeslits, those protruding lips, that arrogant well-kempt hair. In Oblivion, he had a subtle stubble which I can't replicate now, but he also gained those stripes on his forehead. Nice. Obviously, I'm using the Live Another Life mod. I intend to redundantly pick the option which I suggested to Arthmoor myself. While I could've used the old ini tweak + batch script method that I used to try it out to begin with, it's nice to feel validated sometimes. And away I go! This is Sinderion's Field Laboratory, if it weren't obvious. It's the only safe place in Blackreach, which is full of enemies I have no business fighting at my level, especially since I play on Master difficulty. Fortunately, there are some helpful items laying around. First of all though, I choose my starting spells, which is a feature included in Skyrim Improved Magic System. Alteration: Interestingly, you can pick the Feather spell, but I go for Oakflesh instead. Destruction: I figure Frostbite is my best bet for winning chases. Conjuration: Raise Zombie is tempting, but that will never work in this place, so I choose Conjure Skeleton instead. Restoration: Necromancers always seem to love wards, but I pick Healing because I just couldn't live without it. Illusion: I've decided that I'm not gonna profess in Illusion, but it can't hurt to have Clairvoyance around, especially since I play without a compass or floating quest markers. Now let's have a look around... I raid Sinderion's ingredient stash and his (sadly empty) soul gems, and proceed to gobble one of each ingredient in one go. Amazingly, I only lost half of my health. How convenient. You can't be a necromancer and not have a dagger. In addition, I get to have an authentic dwemer artifact and not one of those tourist souvenirs from Markarth. I don't know wether this is something Arthmoor added or if it's always been there, but it may be essential in a place where you're at the bottom of the food chain. Well don't this beat all? I get Raise Zombie, Lesser Ward and Conjure Familiar. Now I can have my sweetroll and eat it too. I also find a pair of boots with a carry capacity enchantment, and an enchanted sword with fire damage in the footlocker. Apparantly, Sinderion expected to harvest many many samples of nirnroot. Finally, I discover a staff of magelight already in my inventory. Sub bro. How's that 'secret location' working out for you? I pocket his journal to formally begin the nirnroot quest. If I'm going to faff about in Blackreach, I might as well pick up noisy plants along the way. And here is Sinderion's attunement sphere. My only way out of Blackreach right now is the great lifts, and those have a tendency to close, so it helps to have one of these in case I want to get back without having to start another quest, even if it means having to clear a dungeon. I use the arcane enchanter to disenchant some of the crap I found, read the alchemy skill book, and make a poison of damage health, almost reaching level 2. Then I take a nap in the stone bed to wash away the negative effects caused by my ingredient binge and save the game.
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    Logically it's a male!
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    And here's my cat
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    Here's my Pippin.
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    A short story of mine, Gaia's Breath, is due to be published towards the end of May by Midnight Street Press in an anthology called Strange Days. Trevor, the editor, has set up a Facebook page where he's posting videos from those who are in the book.Each video introduces the author, tells of the inspiration behind the story and includes a story excerpt read by the author. Here's mine:To find the Facebook page, type this in the search bar:Strange Days - Midnight Street Anthology 4A number of the writers in this anthology are well known and well published. I feel very fortunate to be included. Trevor also put my name in the middle of them all on the back cover. I can't tell you how chuffed I was when I spotted this Gaia's Breath is the third story of mine Midnight Street Press has published. The others can be found in the following anthologies:The Little Lighter Girl - Night Light (Midnight Street Anthology 3)Taking Flight - Hellfire Crossroads Volume 7 - IntroducingMidnight Street Press can be found here:https://www.midnightstreetpress.comI hope you enjoy the video.
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    17/3/2012 ----------------------------- I step out of the door, bask in the eerie azure glow and chug some fresh air. And here comes the first challenge of this particular game start. Yes, the first thing you encounter is a dwemer sphere guardian that can kill you in one hit. There is no way to avoid being detected, and it will always return to this spot when it's not trying to kill you. How did I get into this mess anyway? Did my mum ground me and program this thing to keep me inside? Either way, if I'm going to use Sinderion's lab as my home, it would be wise to dispose of this thing somehow, but that's a concern for later. I take my invisibility potion, which doesn't actually help me, since I was already detected. I sprint away, narrowly avoiding the guardian's first strike, and run up the stairs leading to Alftand while it fires its lethal crossbow at me. In the pitch black darkness, I somehow fall down into a recess between the platform with the entrance to Alftand and a staircase. That's when my potion wears off. The sphere guardian stalks toward me, but I decide that my position is dark and hidden enough that making more noise would be a greater risk. And then it comes peeking over the edge. Shortly after, though, it turns tail and heads back to its post, none the wiser. At this point, I creep back up and activate the crossbow that is aimed at the doorway, but the dwemer sphere is too far back to be hit. Alas. I decide to head left, jump off the platform, and whip out my staff of magelight because I cannot see anything ahead of me. With great confidence, I fire the light...into a nearby falmer. I suppose it was the noise of the staff that drew his attention, but the arcane ball of light sure didn't help. I panick and ran back up the platform, hoping it would give me an advantage if there is a fight. Fortunately, the falmer gets sidetracked. They clash for a little while on the porch of my house, until the falmer is slain. A shame, as I was hoping to have my front door to myself for once. Regardless, I notice that the guardian has been damaged by half of its health, and I get an idea. Tiptoeing into the lit area, I let the machine catch a glimpse of me. Then I sneak down this path, the sphere guardian wheeling steadily behind, and hope that I'm being quiet enough for the nearby falmer to notice my pursuer first. Amazingly, the construct becomes ensnared in a cluster of fungal jellyfish tentacles, which is noticed by a nearby lookout. I take cover behind a rock and watch as a chaurus and another falmer join the fray, the former creeping uncomfortably close past me. I also find myself right next to one of these. Suddenly, I have the urge to be a mischievous little dipshit and solve several tiny problems with one huge problem. Is there any other reason for these things to be here? It's like dropping a matchstick in a chinese fireworks stand. I pull the lever and skulk behind a group of rocks just in time to remain undetected, and start hearing the calamity. The battle does not take very long. After the pained shrieks die down, only the heavy chugging of the centurion is left. (There seems to have been an image here that I can't find anymore???) I can't conceive of a way to actually get rid of this golem, but they are a lot easier to outrun than falmer, and don't have any projectile attacks. Blackreach would be a lot more hospitable with them running amok and killing all of its other denizens. Still, I'd rather not wake one up unless I needed to. Whatever the case, the falmer dispatched the sphere guardian as intended, and I have successfully colonised the immediate area around my house. First them, then all of Blackreach!
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    Integration: TSL Walkthrough View File Integration: The Stranded Light is a hugely complex - and, at times, frustratingly arcane - mod, so I thought it would be helpful to provide a more detailed spoiler file/walkthrough for the quests. This is an HTML file - all spoiler info is blanked out (highlight to read it), so don't worry about accidentally seeing something you shouldn't. I incorporated the tables from the original spoiler doc, expanded on that, and added actual walkthroughs. Note that most of it is from the CS only - I've only done a handful of the quests, but I'll update periodically as I complete them. Submitter WalkerInShadows Submitted 04/05/2020 Category Quests  
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    One of my queens, Ada, had four kittens last Saturday. It’s her biggest litter, at four large kittens. Here are a couple of pics of the new brood.
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    Well, it's Hue and Cry all over the U.S. at this time, and as the elections are approaching take heed from a rather prophetic scene from an old movie:
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    If Civ 5 is installed in a location different to Steam's default, then you need to tell the new install of Steam the Steam install directory location (not Civ 5 specifically). It should then find the game (plus any others in there) and update to show Civ 5 is installed. If Civ 5 is in the default location, then you should simply need to tell Steam to install Civ 5 - Steam will find the existing files, verify them, and only download any which are missing or edited to be different from the installation files. Civ 5 will then detect the mods already installed too. If Panda Dome creates some kind of virtual environment to run programs in, then it may be interfering with Steam's ability to find the game files. In that case, turn that feature off in Panda Dome, or see if there is a way to exclude Steam so that it runs normally. For Morrowind Launcher, it may be that Panda Dome is blocking the launcher's access to the registry, preventing the launcher from detecting the game installation. That's just a guess.
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    Watching Guardians of the Galaxy 2 and this came on:
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    Strange Days is now available on Amazon. Here are the links: UK https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0892792XP/ref=tmm_pap_title_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1590152584&sr=1-1 Everywhere else! https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0892792XP/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=strange+days+midnight+street+anthology+4&qid=1590158731&sr=8-1 If you fancy a taster of some of the stories included in this epic anthology, here's a link to the videos of authors reading excerpts: https://www.midnightstreetpress.com/strange-days-videos#home There's a mixture of genres, so hopefully something to suit everyone. I'm thrilled to be amongst so many accomplished writers. Trevor Denyer is an excellent editor and Midnight Street Press deserves support. MIDNIGHTSTREETPRESS.COM STRANGE DAYS VIDEOS STRANGE DAYS VIDEOS
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    Ada is pregnant. She has kitten handles instead of love handles! We’re hoping Curie is pregnant too, but aren’t sure. She should have delivered by now so we think she resorbed the kittens. It’s also possible she mated with Darwin at a later time. She had silent heats so it can be hard to tell.
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    It should fix them automatically. In CSE, load only the ESM/P which is meant to contain the records and save it. If they're in the ESM and also edited in the ESP, then save the ESM in CSE first, and switch to TES4Edit to drag the "related" entries from the ESM records into the ESP records. These errors do have a tendency to return after further edits however, requiring repeat fixing if you want no error messages.
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    No, I wouldn’t really know. I just read your instructions in the OP and thought you were saying that there two parts to install. Anyway you answered his question - just ignore me.
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    20/03/2012 ------------------- I come across a falmer encampment. Usually this is a death sentence, but there doesn't seem to be anyone here. Maybe they all went off to attack some centurion or other? It seems they left their fish out to dry, though. I have a bit of trouble imagining that falmer can be fishermen, or that healthy fish can even live down here. Nevertheless, I poach some salmon meat. There is a cooking pot in sinderion's lab after all, might as well use it. Now that my pockets are lined with stink fish, I head through this way, toward silent city. My plan is to swing around it and make my way back home. I've also been picking up crimson nirnroot along the way, adding up to about ten by now. Come to think of it, I think I hear one right behind me- Oh sweet jesus mother fuck. I'm so sorry about the fish. This is about the fish, isn't it? Please don't hurt me. I panick and sprint away, beelining straight past a centurion because I couldn't see the handle in time. I also startle a giant. Fortunately, giants have poor reflexes, and by the time he's good and well angry, the falmer have caught up. I didn't stick around to see if falmer corpses were darting through the air. Maybe I should've. Eventually, I find myself in front of Silent City. Again, danger lies ahead. Don't want to be messing with those falmer archers, and I don't know how strong their servants are yet. I continue further to the right, crossing a bridge, and passing another dormant centurion. I see no reason to wake him up, until... If you can't see the chaurus, then you'll believe me when I say I mistook them for a bunch of vines on the ground. Of course, I'm not afraid of them. I skeet back over to the centurion, pull the handle, and escape with a vague smirk on my face. The centurion proceeds to give the chaurus a senseless drubbing. I hide under the bridge, and then I try to sneak by along the rocks. I get spotted quickly, though. Fortunately, the centurion has no choice but to meander about uneasily as I continue down the stream, like a law enforcer without a warrant. After a little while, I spot the reeking tower. I've been out on the field long enough, so I decide to head back the way I initially came. There are some wisps, but I manage to get away before something dangerous materialises. Ugh, again with the mycosnot. And no fish to speak of either. I bet the falmer take beauty baths in this stuff, which is why they look the way they do. Anyway, I do make it back home and go straight to bed. Incidentally, it's 10PM. Not that time matters much down here. ------------------- Fun fact: When I was in that falmer camp, I really didn't see anyone until I began fishing for screenshots with the free camera. That's when I saw the falmer behind the rock, however, I figured he was stuck in a pathing error so I just kept moving forward without suspecting a thing. I play with a no combat music mod, by the way. I actually did turn around to investigate a nirnroot noise and narrowly avoided having my nipples rearranged by the two falmer that were following me. Despite everything, they still managed to sneak up on me.
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    20/03/2012 ------------------- Status report. I've risen a level from my last expedition. I give myself a +10 magicka bonus and drop the perk in novice conjuration. Baby steps. Unfortunately, my Conjure Skeleton spell is too costly for me to cast. It seems I won't be having something undead next to me at all times like proper necromancers do. I'll just have to gain another level and grab Apprentice Conjuration. I decide to go the other way from last time, mostly because that centurion is still at large. Oh for the love of... This is soooo disgusting. Sinderion's journal mentioned something about the local fungus soaking up nearby groundwater like a sponge and releasing it into these streams, which means I'm currently swimming in mushroom piss. And it's all up in my robes too. Barf. I come across an ominous collection of cobwebs and decide it is time to practice my alteration. I also conjure a familiar, but there don't seem to be any enemies nearby after all. Ah, this must be the bowels of nirn. I'm glad I wasn't tempted into picking the ridiculously oversized nose during chargen. Honestly though, I've never encountered this place for all the time I've played this game and been in blackreach. Odd. Inside is a series of corridors sloped upwards, with some spider eggs and cobwebs along the way. It takes a little while before I encounter an enemy. I spot a single spider up ahead. They can't be much stronger down in this dump than they are above ground, so I sic my familiar on it. Atta boy! Unfortunately, two more spiders come in and decimate my doggy, and I try to repel them with my destruction magic. Somehow it feels ineffective attacking Frostbite Spiders with Frostbite, especially without any perks in destruction. I begin to chug Restore Magicka potions quickly, retreating downhill and fanning ice into my opponents. Eventually, I deplete one of the spiders' health. While the others are still biting my ankles, I ready my Raise Zombie spell and perform some... Necromancy. I get a skill increase and reach level 3. My spider puppet draws my attackers' attention. I run the hell out of there, further into the dungeon. After they've lost track of me, I take another +10 in magicka and invest in the apprentice conjuration perk. I barely meet the skill requirement for this perk, and it's all thanks to my race. Jerkan definitely chose this carreer path based on his race, and not the other way around. The good news is that I can now conjure a skeleton at will. It's an apprentice level spell, so I damn well hope it's going to be stronger than those skeletons you see in the wild that go down when a bear farts on them. Another spider approaches up ahead, so I give the spell a try. The skeleton swiftly dispatches the spider, and exhibits style doing it. He does look a bit ridiculous though, if you look at him a certain way. I ask my skeleton to tear down this web, but he doesn't respond. Shortly after, we reach an elevator. On the other side, there are more spiders waiting for us. I nest myself inside the elevator and took some potshots with my dwemer dagger. I even poison it with frostbite venom, but it isn't very effective... The skeleton fights bravely, but succumbs before he can vanquish the last spider. I even considered knighting him and giving him a name. Oh well. I easily finish the job and conjure another skeleton just for kicks. We find ourselves on a ledge overlooking a large section of Blackreach. There is another spider cowering further away, but we quickly eradicate it. I take a moment to admire the view. Silent City... It'll be a while before I can tackle that beast.
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    I got my machine back! I have no idea how the drive went from RAW to NTFS, but once it showed up as NTFS again, Windows was able to run chkdsk and it has recovered. It’s much quieter than it was before, so maybe the old cooler was failing. I could do an AMD build again. My video cards are Radeon. They’re old now, but still kick a good punch for the stuff I play. I won’t be able to build a new machine for a while yet, but I’ll definitely check out Ryzen.
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    Definitely give AMD Ryzen a serious look. They've got some damn good chips out right now that beat the socks off of Intel for a lot less money than you'd normally spend on an Intel system. Most of the tech reviewers are going gaga over them now.
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    While all this has been going on, our virus vendors are encountering a rather unpleasant program of the same name. A buggered MBR is something we do need at this time! On the other hand, yes there are good things happening. Yesterday some of the Salvos co-workers called round with a Thank You bag and some Easter goodies: I'm deeply touched
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    Here's Lily: Got this from somewhere:
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    We had to disable registrations due to the high volume of spam. I can create an account for you. The site will generate a password and email it to you. Shall I use the same name and email that you used for the forums?
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    Yes, you do that by following threads that you’re interested in. However our emails are often flagged as spam. One of these days, I’ll be switching to other forum software, so the features will change.
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    I was thinking more along the lines that they couldn’t remember, especially when it comes to an old game like Morrowind. I would like to ask them about the last creature question I had if you think we could get an answer.
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    Leo, dude, you need to chill out.
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    If push comes to shove I can look into a merged patch. And, guys, lay off of Andy. She's under enough stress dealing with her broken computer and her husband's illness, which is thankfully in remission. And, Leo, your many comments about how you used to lead this project or be a member are unnecessary and quite irritating. Nobody cares, so stop mentioning it. Thanks.
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    I wasn’t attacking anyone and if my comment was interpreted that way, my apologies. I was referring to the change reviews. We had to go through all the changes made by Thepal and Quorn and decide if they were valid changes or not. It took a LONG LONG time and Leonardo never participated in that process. Leonardo has repeatedly reported this project as dead or suggested that it be moved to another forum and I am very tired of his comments. We could release it in its current state and that would already be a step ahead. If I could get my machine working and import all of Amenophis’ fixes, that would be a BIG step ahead and probably worthy of an initial release.
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    Welcome Tomius37! Sorry for the late response. Now that we have the storyline fully written up, I've sat back a little. Hopefully, we'll be in a position to move forward again shortly.
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    I wish the modern versions of SpeedTree kept compatibility with the older format, would make a world of difference if they did
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    For me, it was very well laid out and explained, and perhaps one or two details not entirely accurate for the nitpickers, at the time of writing those details were either generally not known, or privy to insiders. Any Google hits now redirect to the creator: https://twitter.com/GhaziKoroush The whole caboodle is available as a 1Gb package: https://mega.nz/#!OgU0VaDQ!8p3ud8YIpIng8xGwIpd8ghZ5UKhqmaxhRjczw3wmaUE Must have been the size of the beast that makes individual pages unavailable for archiving at Archive.org. All that could be located there was the same 1Gb file plus various indexes: https://archive.org/details/tweakguides.com_20191028 Farewell, tweakguides.com.
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    Happy Birthday! Have a super fun day with lots of cake.
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    Happy Birthday, AB! I hope you had a great day.
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    Happy birthday, Anda! I hope everything is okay with Jimi.
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    My Team has made alot of Progress the past few months! Here's a overview of the New Map! The colored version is the more updated one! Also a fellow Developer provided some WIP Previews of Stonemoor
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    Your argument boils down to guilty until proven innocent. There are actual real-world examples of why this doesn't work, especially in cases like this. Presumption of innocence is fundamental to all modern English Common Law legal systems, which (the US and Canada are in the broadest sense these are still English Common Law systems) are founded on this principle. A principle largely established in the then-colony of New York. Clearly you don't understand what the ad hominem attack is. It means attacking the person's argument by attacking the person's character. It doesn't matter is Arthmoor is, shall we say, not the most diplomatic of people - all that matters is if he's right or not. If you are an intelligent person then it shouldn't matter how he expresses his argument so long as it's coherent. In this case pretty much his only contribution has been to protest against your damning Jeremy Soule as guilty based on one woman's testimony - because only one woman has actually accused him of an actual crime.
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    Expecting someone to follow proper due process of law, and to respect the Constitution, is not me pontificating a moral position. It's me being aghast at anyone with any level of education in the 1st world claiming that this man is guilty and needs to prove himself innocent of all charges. That's NOT how this shit works, ever. File charges, investigate the evidence, and take it to trial. That's ALL I'm expecting out of this woman. She clearly is not interested in doing this through the proper channels so she's turned to social media to exploit #metoo in her favor. It's disgusting and Soule should be filing a defamation suit against her instead. All you need to do to understand this position is to put yourself in the shoes of one being falsely accused. Suppose someone decided to go on Twitter and accuse you of stealing their social security check out of the mail. Suppose this person demands you be thrown in jail until you can prove you didn't steal it. How are you even supposed to prove your innocence in a situation like that? I'd genuinely love to know. This isn't 1592. The accused has rights. This woman is flagrantly violating his and there need to be consequences for it.
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    So following due process of law and the Constitution is just a filthy right wing talking point now? Please do us all a favor and never run for office at any level. I'm not sure what it is they've taught people in school these days but this kind of thinking on your part is dangerous to us all. We fought an entire revolution against Great Britain over issues like this. We might not even exist as an independent nation today if they hadn't perpetrated exactly the kind of trial you're suggesting Soule be subject to. People lie. All the time. These women should not be assumed to be 100% truthful about any of this because they could very easily be lying about the whole thing. It happens far more than most lefties are willing to admit. This exact sort of thing is why I do not believe we should even be allowed to discuss someone being accused, arrested, jailed, or in any way deprived of their rights without it having gone to trial and a conviction handed down by the jury.
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    The court of public opinion is at best a fickle thing. If the author of this post were ever bestowed such a role of libelant (so help me Talos) I would have abnegated all claims on dear Jeremy if he had ever made stuff like this. As it is, all such claims are hurtful and cruel, and it should be in the statutes that such claims should never be publicised until they have been dealt with in court.
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    PRISM of Hammerfell is my province project for The Elder Scrolls IV - Oblivion. I strive to make it very beautiful, lore-friendly and very optimized. The first part of my mod (alpha) will be released this summer. I need some help with English, because I don't speak it very well, but I want to release mod in English. I hope somebody will help me Video: Nohotogrha, Kelps Yat: http://pic.fullrest.ru/gPxatWIG http://pic.fullrest.ru/gaZkTgTG http://pic.fullrest.ru/gUmLrEOT http://pic.fullrest.ru/gOWG9j4h http://pic.fullrest.ru/gbKbykBJ Antiphyllos: http://pic.fullrest.ru/lHnvf7Hw http://pic.fullrest.ru/lCEgFGk9 http://pic.fullrest.ru/lA9JSPXG http://pic.fullrest.ru/l78PEX0t http://pic.fullrest.ru/l6xljXsl Abibon-Gora: http://pic.fullrest.ru/2ICIwqtV Path to the Hegathe: http://pic.fullrest.ru/2KuB420N http://pic.fullrest.ru/2LlTEvIA http://pic.fullrest.ru/2OgW5wgK Dragongrove: http://pic.fullrest.ru/2JbLQ3sr Irk, Rourken Ramoaweyn: http://pic.fullrest.ru/80iMYZsN http://pic.fullrest.ru/7yAs4yGr Alik'ra, Bergama: http://pic.fullrest.ru/T4FARjDy http://pic.fullrest.ru/T3L7paiU http://pic.fullrest.ru/T2jWdBtX http://pic.fullrest.ru/SyPJ5pCY http://pic.fullrest.ru/Sw4xqFzD http://pic.fullrest.ru/SuZJecZP http://pic.fullrest.ru/SsYv4Slc
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    Sorry guys, RL sucks right now. Jimi is getting better, although the last chemo treatment has really hammered his ass. He just got out of hospital. Thanks for the poke and please poke me again if I don’t get back to this next week.
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    *attempts to crawl back to life* I have been very sick, I have been very tired, my home was literally hit by lightning, BUT:
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    I seriously need to catch up with this thread....
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    Except most of the mods you're talking about aren't listed as requirements. They are listed as "Mods requiring this file." For example, you said upthread that Under the Sign of the Dragon - Tamriel Landscapes requires UL. But it's not listed as a requirement at all. What I think you read was an entry for a patch between Tamriel Landscapes and UL. That patch is listed under "Mods requiring this file," because of course a Tamriel Landscapes patch requires Tamriel Landscapes. The upshot is that Tamriel Landscapes doesn't require UL; the UL patch requires Tamriel Landscapes.
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    You know, having them dance would be a thing!
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    Beckett redeems all stories and reminds me I haven't done a Gangrel playthrough yet. Also: Yay stable internet and successful moving!
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