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it is, and hilarious at the same time XD
WIPS: CHECK THEM OUT!
Space wolves - http://www.heresy-online.net/forums/...ad.php?t=54246
Warriors of chaos - http://www.heresy-online.net/forums/...ad.php?t=60813
Dark Eldar - http://www.heresy-online.net/forums/...ad.php?t=75375
DE FLUFF - http://www.heresy-online.net/forums/...ad.php?t=86956
the key to every good DE army makeup. Always have a backup plan, try to take everything in multiples, and use everything you can to your advantage, being a sneaky bastard within the rules, as it were.
Join Date: Dec 2011
I personally wouldn't go around killing children if it was possible to kill them. i'd be wracked with impossible guilt to the point of having to re-load my game if i accidentally killed a child. i always do this in games, whether it be an innocent animal or human. this is my own personal choice though, and i realize this and also realize that someone might want to go around killing everything and anything that they find. there is nothing wrong with that. to say that nobody should be allowed to kill something or someone, just smacks of bible bashers, extremists, dictators and control freaks everywhere. i don't think anyone should have the right to tell someone how they can and can't play a game that they have paid money for, just like everyone else has. i find that sort of mentality incredibly offensive and arrogant. so, in conclusion; do I think it's a good idea having children in Skyrim? hell yeah! it adds realism. this is why i use COM in Morrowind. should you be able to kill them? hell yeah! if that's what you want to do. repression of any sort has, throughout time, caused nothing but the opposite effect. it is probably responsible for more deviant behavior than moral. the worst hypocrites in society are always the ones that advocate extreme moral views. as people, if we are told we can't do something, we want to do it even more. freedom of choice is a basic human right. knowing the difference between right and wrong, is part of what makes us, us. a computer game does not, and should not have the same ethical constraints of real-life, as it isn't real-life. it's escapism from reality. nothing more, nothing less.