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About Malkavia

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  1. I love the whole Dragon Age series, actually. All three art different. I just replayed Inquisition (with the new DLCs like Trespasser) and I am continually impressed with how real the interactions seem. The revelation of the lore is well paced throughout the three games. Morrowind is still probably the most impactful game to me, but most likely because I was young. I can still replay it time and time again. I haven't finished The Witcher III yet but I like it so far.
  2. We have a list of everyone's favorite forum members then we spin a bottle and whichever name it lands on we ban them. Just to be spiteful.
  3. Black mamba. So far a snake every test from this website. Hm...
  4. Nah
  5. Good luck when you talk to her on Monday, but I'd seriously consider breaking it off. Like everyone else said, seeing a username on Twitter isn't really even snooping (especially if its linked in one of her public accounts). Her reaction is bizarre and a red flag.
  6. You'll get used to it.
  7. This thread comes up about once a year or so. Is it dying? Everything is in the lounge now! There is no new content... Everything is all about X or stupid post in subforum Y. What it really is, are these posters have simply moved down the same path a lot of members go through. Its a normal process. The forum is not dying, but perhaps certain poster's experiences are. There's a general trend from the intro thread -> information subs -> debate subs -> lounge -> blogland. I don't see anything wrong with it.
  8. Just to follow up on your post reports in Arts & Culture, we're working on try to link URLs with images again. 

    1. vampyroteuthis


      Thank you! It's such a great thread idea, would be sad to see it disappear.

  9. Agreed. They're both great worlds and HBO does some good storytelling. Why do they have to go the extra (terrible) mile and do this?
  10. I'll be honest, it was the first time I was like, "oh this looks interesting" in a long time. I'm pc master race whatever whatever etc.. Nintendo has always been the king of multiplayer, non-gamer oriented fun so I'm really excited to see what they're able to do with this group wise. That commercial though... there were some major cringe moments.
  11. It seems that since the change has been generally met with positivity you have to find other avenues to stir up trouble, Matt.
  12. Americas: USA Canada Mexico Europe: UK Spain France Germany Iceland Poland Switzerland Netherlands Middle East and North Africa: Jordan Iraq Syria Lebanon Turkey Egypt Libya Tunisia Morocco Algeria Qatar UAE Bahrain Yemen Oman I would like to long-term tour both Latin America and Southeast Asia. I think I'd enjoy both regions a ton. We'll see!
  13. Yup. I haven't used any product in my hair for a few years and its never been better. You normally have to lean off of it slowly, though, as your hair is used to producing the extra oil.
  14. Welcome! I hope our upgrade didn't catch you too off guard.
  15. Check out Gardens of the Moon which is part of the Malazan Book of the Fallen series. It is complex, dark, and quite dense. It is not a "you're special" story, rather a few different characters dealing with the fall of an empire. I can't say for sure if any are specifically INTJ (difficult with books in general), but many are introverted, calculating, and in their head a lot. I can see it being a good book series for INXXs.