Comic 1645 - Am I at fault

18th Mar 2022, 7:01 AM in Spirit of Adventure
Am I at fault
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Lackinganame 18th Mar 2022, 7:01 AM edit delete
You know hind sight being twenty twenty and all that, maybe it wasn't such a good idea to tug that bear's scrotum. -Adventures in Elden Ring

(next update 3-21-22)


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Maryalee 18th Mar 2022, 7:17 AM edit delete reply
I do not doubt for a moment that someone posted that exact message in Elden Ring. I’ve watched streams, but no desire to actually play.
Tyfariel 19th Mar 2022, 8:41 AM edit delete reply
Elden Ring is actually really fun! I've always wanted to play a Souls game but I've never really had a lot of fun with the punishing combat. That and I wasn't sure how much lore was actually in the game, and whether or not it was worth the time to play through. Elden Ring has some pretty sweet co-op and I care about (most of) the NPCs.
Lackinganame 20th Mar 2022, 4:15 PM edit delete reply
"bear but pull"
jawbone 18th Mar 2022, 9:31 PM edit delete reply
A mere scrotum tug is a bit ho-hum; to be effective it requires a tight grip, a sharp twist, and a mighty yank.
Lackinganame 20th Mar 2022, 4:15 PM edit delete reply
Might give you some time to run away as the bear throw up after that blow.
Tyfariel 19th Mar 2022, 8:49 AM edit delete reply
It wasn't actually his fault, here, but I understand how he's gotten to that conclusion. I would be the same way. Red Eye Sage would have tried another method to lure Arua out into a discussion or fight. Cer'veja fell for the trick, but if it wasn't him, then I could see Morphi going to Arua as Cer'veja to talk , and then things would escalate. The best solution here is to tell Arua what she's already suspected, because they've been best friends since literally a city fell from the sky and I (personally) don't think it's fair to either party to hide things from the other when you're that close.

Also; meant to mention this on the last page, but Divinity is also a great game. I love the opening menu theme so much. Good memories of a 4 skeleton undead group, Rain, and poison use. We never finished the game, though...
Lackinganame 20th Mar 2022, 4:14 PM edit delete reply
Ya Divinity is one of the best games to play with friends or family. Early in our adventures I would "yeet" my sister "the long one" when ever I got bored. So one of the last things I did at the end of the game was a final yeet. On our new play though she now has the yeeting powers so I've been running around to avoid that.

Also to answer a bit of your Elden ring comment. Of the souls games it's the easiest to get into because of the open world. It lets you practice combat with a lot of different enemy types and if you die you can just ride past them all and pick up your runes again.

As far as the lore goes all of it is in the game I think but it's hidden in item descriptions and environment details so I never know still quite know whats going on in the game but I too love watching the dark souls lore videos.
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