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    LarsLars Registered User regular
    Last call to get the Avengers game. It's being delisted tomorrow.

    Steam version is currently $3.99 for everything (except Spider-man who was exclusive to Playstation).

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    shoeboxjeddyshoeboxjeddy Registered User regular
    But not the last call at all on consoles, discs will be around.

    (Also it sucks, but that's neither here nor there)

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    BahamutZEROBahamutZERO Registered User, Moderator mod

    this looks interesting, distilling MMO boss fights down to its own genre

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    Crippl3Crippl3 oh noRegistered User regular
    I normally wouldn't post Marvel Snap stuff here, but there's something cool in the new season update on Tuesday that I think folks here will like:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fXYOq2xmPRU
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    They're adding a TON of variants (alternate art cards) featuring the Tarot collectibles and costumes from Marvel's Midnight Suns, and adding The Abbey as a location (a place to play your cards on the board) as well
    You can see all the variants here: https://marvelsnapzone.com/midnight-suns-event/
    • Doctor Strange in his Midnight Suns costume will be a free login reward from October 3rd-November 6th
    • Magik's Midnight Suns costume will be part of the Magik's Birthday Party* bundle in the shop along with some other goodies for $15
    • The Tarot Card variants and the other costume variants (Wolverine, Deadpool, Captain America, Spider-Man, Blade, Captain Marvel, Scarlet Witch) will "take over" the shop (every day you get a random selection of 9 variants you can buy for Gold, the cash shop currency) for two days, meaning you'll get a random assortment of them you can buy each day. After that they'll get put into the normal random daily rotation in the shop and as Random Variant rewards.
    • The Abbey comes out October 10th

    *I actually just got through this part for the first time, thought it would just be a funny scene, did not expect
    to take a trip to Limbo with new chests to find and a free hangout with Magik with a lot of cool backstory
    This game rules

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    BroloBrolo Broseidon Lord of the BroceanRegistered User regular
    I wish we lived in some sort of alternate timeline, where games that are decommissioned or delisted just automatically become open source

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rZZmFSFRqSs

    like indie devs and modders could do so many cool things with these assets and animations, and there are probably so many novel dev tools and scripting methods they made for this game, and now they're just being... dumped on to some backup drive (if we're lucky), unlikely to ever get used again

    but that is probably doubly impossible with this game, given the nature of its copyright holders

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    ShadowfireShadowfire Vermont, in the middle of nowhereRegistered User regular
    Straightzi wrote: »

    Dude is contributing to the Tracker and Everest erasure in his article.

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    VeagleVeagle Registered User regular
    There is a demo out for Lamplights League, but it is very short and doesn't really show off much. You get a basic idea of how missions are split between real-time infiltrations, and turn based combat. But nothing about character progression or the overworld management.

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    MegaMan001MegaMan001 CRNA Rochester, MNRegistered User regular
    I think the PAW PATROL DISCOURSE is silly.

    Sometimes a cigar is just a fucking cigar.

    Signed,

    A guy who has two kids who like paw patrol

    I am in the business of saving lives.
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    StraightziStraightzi Here we may reign secure, and in my choice, To reign is worth ambition though in HellRegistered User regular
    Yeah but you probably still shouldn't let your kids smoke a cigar

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    Munkus BeaverMunkus Beaver You don't have to attend every argument you are invited to. Philosophy: Stoicism. Politics: Democratic SocialistRegistered User, ClubPA regular
    I mean I liked GI Joe as a kid but it’s still a form of propaganda. It’s not like it’s child abuse or something extra nefarious, you can acknowledge the reality without it casting aspersions on your parenting.

    Humor can be dissected as a frog can, but dies in the process.
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    MegaMan001MegaMan001 CRNA Rochester, MNRegistered User regular
    I mean I liked GI Joe as a kid but it’s still a form of propaganda. It’s not like it’s child abuse or something extra nefarious, you can acknowledge the reality without it casting aspersions on your parenting.

    Did your love of GI Joe blind you to the many, many problems of the US Military?

    I am in the business of saving lives.
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    StraightziStraightzi Here we may reign secure, and in my choice, To reign is worth ambition though in HellRegistered User regular
    Oh wait your argument isn't that it's not propaganda but instead that propaganda doesn't work?

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    shoeboxjeddyshoeboxjeddy Registered User regular
    MegaMan001 wrote: »
    I mean I liked GI Joe as a kid but it’s still a form of propaganda. It’s not like it’s child abuse or something extra nefarious, you can acknowledge the reality without it casting aspersions on your parenting.

    Did your love of GI Joe blind you to the many, many problems of the US Military?

    Do you honestly believe that kids don't enlist based on cool propaganda like GI Joe? That suggests that joining the army will make you a real American hero? It's not JUST GI Joe, it's a whole catalog of stories and brands and projects that make people think the core idea is obviously correct.

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    Munkus BeaverMunkus Beaver You don't have to attend every argument you are invited to. Philosophy: Stoicism. Politics: Democratic SocialistRegistered User, ClubPA regular
    MegaMan001 wrote: »
    I mean I liked GI Joe as a kid but it’s still a form of propaganda. It’s not like it’s child abuse or something extra nefarious, you can acknowledge the reality without it casting aspersions on your parenting.

    Did your love of GI Joe blind you to the many, many problems of the US Military?

    As a kid it probably helped contribute to an idea that took a very long time to shake. It’s way way easier to convince you of an idea when you have no formative opinion about it in the first place, and it is extremely hard to counter deep held beliefs.

    Humor can be dissected as a frog can, but dies in the process.
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    MegaMan001MegaMan001 CRNA Rochester, MNRegistered User regular
    My argument is that in the broad spectrum of childhood experiences, a cartoon isn't as much of an impact as people in this thread seem to think it is.

    And that the idea that we've had generations of people enlisting in the US Military based on a cartoon where, let us just agree, very unrealistic things happen is silly.

    Is there some multilevel conspiracy to indoctrinate children to worship the police because of Chase? Maybe? I don't think so, though.

    Kids like a lot of things for a lot of varied reasons and clutching ones pearls excruciatingly on behalf of a cartoon dog is...silly.

    With that said, it's clear I'm in the minority opinion and I have no interest in clogging up the PC games thread with a 'PAW Patrol = FACISM' discussion, but I am happy to continue it in PMs.

    I am in the business of saving lives.
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    shoeboxjeddyshoeboxjeddy Registered User regular
    It's not that Paw Patrol was created to make sure Cop City was funded. It's that the pollution of the propaganda ideas that form the basis of something like Paw Patrol are so deep in the culture, the creators don't even necessarily think about what they're doing.

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    JedocJedoc In the scuppers with the staggers and jagsRegistered User regular
    I just loaded up Slay the Spire and hit Continue for the first time in a while.

    Turns out the last thing I did was start a new Defect run, swap some max HP for a rare relic, and end up with Bird-Faced Urn.

    I can only assume that it was bedtime and I didn't trust myself to dunk it straight in the garbage. In any case, what a nice inheritance!

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    JedocJedoc In the scuppers with the staggers and jagsRegistered User regular
    100% ate shit on floor 11 after picking up the Courier, the Mercury Hourglass, and zero power cards.

    Thanks, Spire. A pleasure as always.

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    KadithKadith Registered User regular
    It only took a couple of weeks in the public school system for my kid to switch to "police officers help people"

    so yeah I think I will do my best to control the introduction copaganda in the house regardless of the creator's intent

    Considering my other option is showing him evidence of how violent that cops like to be.

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    Undead ScottsmanUndead Scottsman Registered User regular
    Yeah, the issue here isn't some overblown "this is a part of a huge conspiracy" screed; the issue is that attitudes seen in media like Paw Patrol come from the more severe propaganda that exists in society, and exposing people to those ideas when they're young provides a foundation to put the shittier stuff on top of as they get older.

    It's not that big of a walk from

    "Cops are friendly and helpful public servants who only want what's best for you. Always listen to a cop and do what they tell you!"

    to

    "Cops are the thin blue line between order and the complete breakdown of society, so they should be given complete autonomy and little to no accountability in order to protect all of the sheep from the wolves, and if anyone gets hurt in the process, they either deserved it or it was a necessary sacrifice."

    The thing that needs to be done is educating kids on the actual world they live in, but good luck on convincing most parents of that.

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    PreacherPreacher Registered User regular
    Perrsun wrote: »
    cursedking wrote: »
    I've always heard the oh paw patrol is actually fascist if you look at it, but my kids never really watched it other than the odd episode or two and it looked like every other pre-school show about a team that helps people that i've ever seen?

    Yeah I don’t really see the fascism in it. On the surface the biggest problem is the improbability that an entire town’s funding is going to 6 dogs to be their entire police force/fire department/emt team/road construction crew/whatever zuma does. Like, there is no law enforcement presence beyond Chase. Nobody else puts out a fire OR helps set a broken bone except Marshall.

    But that all fades away when you realize that the entire world is probably a coma-induced dream for Ryder (the human boy). He probably lived in a home where he was never allowed to have dogs so now in his dream world he’s the dog-equipped savior. His parents are never shown or mentioned, but the conflict between Mayor Goodway and Mayor Humdinger is likely a manifestation of competing attitudes between kindly and gruff members of the hospital staff, respectively.

    So he’s just dreaming his best life while his body and brain recover from the physical trauma he suffered, and he waits for a sign of affection from his missing parents.

    Nah Ryder is the wish kid from Twilight Zone, the adults are all his prisoner.

    I would like some money because these are artisanal nuggets of wisdom philistine.

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    Grey GhostGrey Ghost Registered User regular
    edited September 2023
    Yeah, the issue here isn't some overblown "this is a part of a huge conspiracy" screed; the issue is that attitudes seen in media like Paw Patrol come from the more severe propaganda that exists in society, and exposing people to those ideas when they're young provides a foundation to put the shittier stuff on top of as they get older.

    It's not that big of a walk from

    "Cops are friendly and helpful public servants who only want what's best for you. Always listen to a cop and do what they tell you!"

    to

    "Cops are the thin blue line between order and the complete breakdown of society, so they should be given complete autonomy and little to no accountability in order to protect all of the sheep from the wolves, and if anyone gets hurt in the process, they either deserved it or it was a necessary sacrifice."

    The thing that needs to be done is educating kids on the actual world they live in, but good luck on convincing most parents of that.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bmaoNLSHx_w

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    PreacherPreacher Registered User regular
    Crippl3 wrote: »
    All I knew about Paw Patrol before I had to watch it with my 3 year old niece (it's her favorite, her 4th birthday was Paw Patrol themed) is that it was about dogs who were police/firefighters/etc.
    I had no idea they each had their own fucking Batmobiles and an Avengers Tower headquarters and that they fought an evil mayor

    There's an episode where the evil mayor from foggy bottom has his army of cats become a paw patrol of their own and their tag line to compete with "just yelp for help" is "hiss for an assist" and I love it.

    I would like some money because these are artisanal nuggets of wisdom philistine.

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    Johnny ChopsockyJohnny Chopsocky Scootaloo! We have to cook! Grillin' HaysenburgersRegistered User regular
    I saw Top Gun when I was 7, which led to a life filled with "yo, fighter planes are cool". Then I'm my early teens there was SWAT Kats, which was also "yo, fighter planes are super cool, but also cops are dumb as fuck and can't get shit done" and then I found the Ace Combat games and that carried me to the present day.

    I recognize that militaries across the world, especially the US military, are everpresent sowers of death and misery both physically abroad and financially here. I recognize that each fighter plane that is built represents money that could've built entire school systems, educated thousands, fed thousands, built bridges, built affordable housing; wasted being poured into a flimsy overdesigned dispenser of doom.

    But also goddamn it is cool when the plane go fast and things explode in fiction. Can't get enough of watching fake planes make fake explosions.

    Does this anecdote actually mean anything? Probably not. Thanks for letting me waste your time with my weird anecdote.

    PS: Best practices would involve following up every episode of Paw Patrol your children watch with an episode of The Shield.

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    Undead ScottsmanUndead Scottsman Registered User regular
    I saw Top Gun when I was 7, which led to a life filled with "yo, fighter planes are cool". Then I'm my early teens there was SWAT Kats, which was also "yo, fighter planes are super cool, but also cops are dumb as fuck and can't get shit done" and then I found the Ace Combat games and that carried me to the present day.

    I recognize that militaries across the world, especially the US military, are everpresent sowers of death and misery both physically abroad and financially here. I recognize that each fighter plane that is built represents money that could've built entire school systems, educated thousands, fed thousands, built bridges, built affordable housing; wasted being poured into a flimsy overdesigned dispenser of doom.

    But also goddamn it is cool when the plane go fast and things explode in fiction. Can't get enough of watching fake planes make fake explosions.

    Does this anecdote actually mean anything? Probably not. Thanks for letting me waste your time with my weird anecdote.

    PS: Best practices would involve following up every episode of Paw Patrol your children watch with an episode of The Shield.

    Thought you said the Wire for a minute and went "I suppose there comes a time when every parent should let their child know to not take notes on criminal fuckin' conspiracy."

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    PeewiPeewi Registered User regular
    Grey Ghost wrote: »
    Yeah, the issue here isn't some overblown "this is a part of a huge conspiracy" screed; the issue is that attitudes seen in media like Paw Patrol come from the more severe propaganda that exists in society, and exposing people to those ideas when they're young provides a foundation to put the shittier stuff on top of as they get older.

    It's not that big of a walk from

    "Cops are friendly and helpful public servants who only want what's best for you. Always listen to a cop and do what they tell you!"

    to

    "Cops are the thin blue line between order and the complete breakdown of society, so they should be given complete autonomy and little to no accountability in order to protect all of the sheep from the wolves, and if anyone gets hurt in the process, they either deserved it or it was a necessary sacrifice."

    The thing that needs to be done is educating kids on the actual world they live in, but good luck on convincing most parents of that.

    https://youtube.com/shorts/bmaoNLSHx_w?si=CFPYh_TJF12yOmtI

    Edit: hmm shorts don't embed

    They don't, but you can edit the URL to get it as a regular video
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bmaoNLSHx_w

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    PreacherPreacher Registered User regular
    I'll let my kid watch hours of copaganda vs one minute of Caillou. ONE GOD DAMN MINUTE!

    I would like some money because these are artisanal nuggets of wisdom philistine.

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    3cl1ps33cl1ps3 I will build a labyrinth to house the cheese Registered User regular
    Kadith wrote: »
    It only took a couple of weeks in the public school system for my kid to switch to "police officers help people"

    so yeah I think I will do my best to control the introduction copaganda in the house regardless of the creator's intent

    Considering my other option is showing him evidence of how violent that cops like to be.

    I'm not gonna argue that Paw Patrol might not have contributed to this but my teachers whole ass said "cops are good and useful" to me, so like, I'm not sure the shows are to blame here.

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    Trajan45Trajan45 Registered User regular
    Brolo wrote: »
    I wish we lived in some sort of alternate timeline, where games that are decommissioned or delisted just automatically become open source

    like indie devs and modders could do so many cool things with these assets and animations, and there are probably so many novel dev tools and scripting methods they made for this game, and now they're just being... dumped on to some backup drive (if we're lucky), unlikely to ever get used again

    but that is probably doubly impossible with this game, given the nature of its copyright holders

    I had the same thought while playing Anthem.

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    MadicanMadican No face Registered User regular
    If I'm reading things correctly and Paw Patrol is about police/firefighters/whatever fighting against an "evil mayor" then that's 100% copaganda. It's teaching kids that sometimes cops need to fight back against government as though they're the heroes and government is the villain, which when extrapolated to reality becomes cops defying government orders and justifying it as government trying to "restrain" them because the cops are doing things like violating due process, murdering civilians, withholding evidence, etc.

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    Brovid HasselsmofBrovid Hasselsmof [Growling historic on the fury road] Registered User regular
    I assumed there was nothing deeper to it than Police Dog being one of the few well known dog jobs.

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    PreacherPreacher Registered User regular
    The evil mayor is like an 1800s evil mayor industrialist. He has a team of evil cats! His town is called foggy bottom!

    I would like some money because these are artisanal nuggets of wisdom philistine.

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    Brovid HasselsmofBrovid Hasselsmof [Growling historic on the fury road] Registered User regular
    Madican wrote: »
    If I'm reading things correctly and Paw Patrol is about police/firefighters/whatever fighting against an "evil mayor" then that's 100% copaganda. It's teaching kids that sometimes cops need to fight back against government as though they're the heroes and government is the villain, which when extrapolated to reality becomes cops defying government orders and justifying it as government trying to "restrain" them because the cops are doing things like violating due process, murdering civilians, withholding evidence, etc.

    Mostly it's about the Paw Patrol helping townspeople with emergencies like getting stuck on a boat in a storm, or having to make lots of jam before their fruit harvest goes bad, or helping baby sea turtles cross a road. The mayor isn't actually in many episodes I've seen.

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    MegaMan001MegaMan001 CRNA Rochester, MNRegistered User regular
    Jedoc wrote: »
    100% ate shit on floor 11 after picking up the Courier, the Mercury Hourglass, and zero power cards.

    Thanks, Spire. A pleasure as always.

    I'll be totally honest and I don't understand how people get 'good' at Slay the Spire.

    Most of my runs get a absolutely crushed under some end level boss that I didn't particularly build to beat (which I don't understand how people plan ahead for) while other players are posting about their 20+ hardcore success.

    No idea? It feels like I'm playing a completely different game.

    I am in the business of saving lives.
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    NaphtaliNaphtali Hazy + Flow SeaRegistered User regular
    MegaMan001 wrote: »
    Jedoc wrote: »
    100% ate shit on floor 11 after picking up the Courier, the Mercury Hourglass, and zero power cards.

    Thanks, Spire. A pleasure as always.

    I'll be totally honest and I don't understand how people get 'good' at Slay the Spire.

    Most of my runs get a absolutely crushed under some end level boss that I didn't particularly build to beat (which I don't understand how people plan ahead for) while other players are posting about their 20+ hardcore success.

    No idea? It feels like I'm playing a completely different game.

    I basically main-lined jorbs' slay the spire content on youtube for a year to learn how to win at the game, and I still have like a 10-15% win rate at A20 Heart kills

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    The Zombie PenguinThe Zombie Penguin Eternal Hungry Corpse Registered User regular
    Jedoc wrote: »
    100% ate shit on floor 11 after picking up the Courier, the Mercury Hourglass, and zero power cards.

    Thanks, Spire. A pleasure as always.

    You've let me down, Jedoc. You've let me down.

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    Knight_Knight_ Dead Dead Dead Registered User regular
    MegaMan001 wrote: »
    Jedoc wrote: »
    100% ate shit on floor 11 after picking up the Courier, the Mercury Hourglass, and zero power cards.

    Thanks, Spire. A pleasure as always.

    I'll be totally honest and I don't understand how people get 'good' at Slay the Spire.

    Most of my runs get a absolutely crushed under some end level boss that I didn't particularly build to beat (which I don't understand how people plan ahead for) while other players are posting about their 20+ hardcore success.

    No idea? It feels like I'm playing a completely different game.

    in my experience you have to play a very specific way or you will have a bad time. i played like 35 hours of slay the spire and i kinda wish i hadn't.

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    The Zombie PenguinThe Zombie Penguin Eternal Hungry Corpse Registered User regular
    edited September 2023
    MegaMan001 wrote: »
    Jedoc wrote: »
    100% ate shit on floor 11 after picking up the Courier, the Mercury Hourglass, and zero power cards.

    Thanks, Spire. A pleasure as always.

    I'll be totally honest and I don't understand how people get 'good' at Slay the Spire.

    Most of my runs get a absolutely crushed under some end level boss that I didn't particularly build to beat (which I don't understand how people plan ahead for) while other players are posting about their 20+ hardcore success.

    No idea? It feels like I'm playing a completely different game.

    So, as the resident Spire fantatic and one of the best at it on these forums...

    A lot of it is practice. But also, I'm playing on A20, which warps things somewhat

    The thing with getting good at Slay the Spire is there's 3 entirely separate skill sets you need

    One is drafting: knowing what cards to pick, your chance of uncommons, rares, ability to identify combos (like creating infinites), what Relics to buy at the shop, or what Relics to skip (the most skipped rare relic is Dead Branch, as it's uniquely terrible in a surprising number of circumstances). When do you discard potions, when do you keep them? What are good boss relics for your deck, what will screw you over? What about card removes?

    Two is routing: why did you take the path you did? This one relies a lot on game knowledge and mastery - knowing which events you can see, which events you won't. Which would be good for you. What fights are you going to see, what can you beat, what will kill you? Are campfires good for you, are they terrible? Did you pick a path where you can pivot, or are you locked in no matter what happens?

    The third and final skill is playing your deck. This is by far the hardest skill. I'm pretty good at drafting, pretty good at routing, and frankly, suck at actually playing decks -- I get impatient, miss lines that would save me a ton of health, etc. This is part of why I have zero shame about reloading - I'd much rather do over than loose because I made a daft misclick. It's a really hard skill to master, because there are a wealth of styles of deck.

    The other trick to getting good at StS is to not worry about some far off land like the final boss. Worry about what beats the next floor.

    Got that on lock? Then worry about what beats the floor after that. Or the act boss. Etc.

    If you offered me echo form or ball lighting on floor 1, I'm probably taking ball lighting. in the long run, Echo form is the better card. But ball lighting wins the first half of act 1 solo, is still incredibly good in the second half, is relevant against every act 1 boss, and remains good into act 2 - though at this point it's starting to fall off.

    Echo Form does a bunch of crazy stuff, but half the time or more in act 1 it's a dead card - and the times it's not, I take a bunch of damage to get it into play.

    Or like, Electrodynamics. This rare is basically useless in every act 3 boss fight and the heart. But it obliterates 2/3 act 2 elites, makes the hardest act 3 elite (reptomancer) much easier, and makes a ton of hall way fights much, much simpler that I'll always consider it.

    So on and so forth. There's some other more advanced strategy I could dig into, but that's like the core stuff.

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    KupiKupi Registered User regular
    I'm playing Zero Ranger because it seemed like less of a commitment to learn what the dev's about than diving straight into Void Stranger, and I'm glad I did (and got spoiled on the mechanics of the final decision you make) because I don't think I have the patience to put up with that sort of thing on a longer scope of game.

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    proxy_hueproxy_hue Registered User regular
    has anyone mentioned SNAKE FARM here?

    https://youtu.be/vh2lgJPfGKg?si=SjFDAIStzDQvN74k
    A top-down action roguelike about buying snakes, fighting them, selling their oil, and buying more snakes. Upgrade your weapons, get stronger snakes to fight, and chase down a high score with only ten days to live.

    OIL IS LIFE - LIFE IS MONEY - MONEY IS DEATH

    IT IS THE YEAR FIFTY THOUSAND AND YOU ARE A SNAKE FARMER WITH TEN DAYS TO LIVE. BUY SNAKES, WATCH THEM BURST FROM THE GROUND, AND FIGHT THEM TO THE DEATH WITH GARDENING TOOLS. SELL THEIR OIL AND TEETH FOR RARER SNAKES AND BETTER WEAPONS. OIL IS LIFE; LIFE IS MONEY; MONEY IS DEATH. YOUR ONLY LEGACY WILL BE A HIGH SCORE.

    OIL IS LIFE

    SNAKE FARM is a top-down, Vampire Survivors-style action roguelike that lets you set your own challenges. Buy snakes to fight, then use their remains to buy stronger snakes and better weapons. You decide your enemies, pushing your luck every round in pursuit of exponential growth. You only have ten days to live; make sure every one counts.

    LIFE IS MONEY

    With twenty upgradable pieces of equipment, from deadly throwing trowels to tractors that hate you, each run's build can go a different direction. Will you rely on high-risk headshots with a pitchfork? Igniting your own oil supply to explode snakes? Freezing your enemies with a high-power hose? As your farm fills with snakes, only smart build-crafting can keep you alive.

    MONEY IS DEATH

    Eventually you'll make a mistake. You'll get too greedy, buy too many snakes, get cornered and destroyed. With each new run, you learn a little more, get a little further, get a better score. The more you go, the more you realize that your truest enemy is your own hubris

    It's sort of like Vampire Survivor with Snakes, and it's by Heather Flowers, who made Extreme Meatpunks Forever. It's pretty fun!

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