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Cryzeteur

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  1. If I recall correctly, Gopher said there is no limit on the number of menus MCM can support. I have had as many as a dozen menus at one time. However, one of those mods could break MCM. Gopher mentioned several ways you could break MCM.
  2. This is one of the problems... we have many looky-lous who stand in the shadows and don't really participate. I am not criticizing... just noting ... lots of people don't post. Now this is probably because we are not gaining new minions here so there are not many questions. Also the games are pretty easily modded anymore so peeps don't have so many problems. And of course, Discord (Twitch) are really busy and peeps just ask Gopher directly whatever they want. And of course as Gopher just pointed out... Bethesda is dead in the water at the present time... No new good games in years. The only hope on the horizon is Starfield and Beyond Skyrim and maybe some Fallout mods....
  3. This post deserves a medal for the nice things you just said. Aside from criticism, I rarely get a thumbs up. It also deserves a 😁😆. And Gopher always mispronounces my name. It is the name of a character in my Sci-Fi-Fantasy book and pronounced kre-ze-ter. (Just in case Gopher sees this!)
  4. This happened to me when I tried to play a street urchin. It is possible to turn off the start of a quest in the console. I think Live Another Life delays the main quest. Just don't go to Helgen.
  5. I can see how you would think this. I see what they were trying to do and feel like defending the idea that F76 would be a good tool to develop new technology. Yes, it is about money, but it is also about developing technologies that keep them on the leading edge of gaming. Unfortunately, F76 was an initial failure. They saw it as a partial success that could be fixed. The fans saw it as an exploitation of fan support. It basically boils down to a total miscommunication between Bethesda and the gaming community.
  6. And the main quest: There is the Tower. The world is going to be so messed up that you must work a miracle in the World Tower to make it right. This could reset creation, get rid of all magic, or not work and destroy everything. This problem is caused by the drastic and massive overuse of magics by the elves and the defenders. Because this action is so drastic, all the Daedra are involved in either helping or hindering. But the Daedra are always at war. I should add that the guilds and houses have quests to infiltrate their rivals and this sometimes requires assassination.
  7. No. Gopher has been asked this many times. His answer is that if he planned an episode it would take him forever to record it. That is why he doesn't use a script or try to control what happens. He is totally spontaneous. His humor is just him. It is the way he thinks. When he does a play-through he has some ideas but they do not control events and most things are a surprise to him. Most of his reactions are real, not staged. He literally gets into character. He deliberately plays in such a way that he can immerse himself in the character and the events. He hates it when a game breaks the wall between game and reality. He chooses specific personalities that he can immerse in and tries to play pretty much straight through a game so that he doesn't forget the personality. A few personalities stick and he remembers them clearly, such as Jack.
  8. Well if those tough lands just won't be kind, I can probably mod a fix so that farming works. There are several mods I can think of, like "cows give milk." You can bake in your kitchen and I think sweet rolls and other cooked foods sell for more than raw ingredients, but If they do not I can mod it so they do. Some things like sugar might be hard to come by but that could also be modded.
  9. OutlandBack You just love Witcher 3. I don't blame you, but Fallout 4, and Fallout NV Playthroughs also had a large following. Gopher Live has several hundred viewers. Gopher on Youtube has a bunch of followers that like Leonard. They just don't find anything to talk about here and I think it is due to the new format. When I saw the new format I almost deserted. Yes the staff -- I think that is OutlandBack at the present time -- do an excellent job. It is not easy to keep on top of a web site.
  10. The lul in posting coincided with the change in forum format. The old forum showed current posts on the main page including Gopher's videos. The new format hides everything and is stale and immobile. It is dull and uninviting. What more can be said. I complained about this when it was done and was told it was due to a problem with reformatting the forum, though I have no idea why it was necessary.
  11. I hope they can recover their original creative flare. If you look at Beyond Skyrim you can see what Bethesda could do if they wanted to. The question is: can the carry it off financially. When they started they were a fly by night company cobbled together with a dream. They were not doing well. The devs who produced Morrowind were inspired by their dream. I am not sure if Bethesda still has any concept of the original dream. I hope so. It is so easy for game companies, and any company for that matter, to mutate away from whatever made them originally successful. It is not easy to stay on track. It is not easy to WANT to stay on track.
  12. It is totally true that when Gopher mods a game he totally overdoes it to achieve very specific artistic features he likes and game play that suits his style. They are not needed by most players.
  13. I suppose you mean: they even take the clothes off witchers backs and give them to the " Poor " But I still do not understand how anyone could take the clothes off a Witcher ( a virtual game character) and give them to a real person?
  14. This sounds like an amazing idea. If you run into a problem, let me know and I will try to help.
  15. I used to play every tabletop game I could get my hands on. Just about every game sold in most store is popular and is fun. Part of what makes them fun is who you are playing with and what they like. Some of my favorites are: Clue Risk Monopoly Dungeons and Dragons (and all the alternative titles run in the same way with a dungeon master) And then there are dozens of card games, many of them similar to Gwent.
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