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  • What's your opinion on the other Daedric Princes besides Mora? 

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    • Hm... Well, Sheogorath is obviously a treat. He's my second favourite Daedra in the ES games. A lot of it is the voice actor, he does a lovely job with bringing the character to life.

      Nocturnal is a bitch. Dismissive, disdainful and even takes some of the fun out of the lore with the whole "Oh, you think you're good at stuff? Nah, it's aaall luck. And she controls luck. Totes." Hell, at the end of the Nightingales questline, she even has the guts to show up just to go "You want a reward? You want a compliment? Nah. You're not getting it. ...That's all I came here to say, byeee~"

      Sanguine is fun though. He's one of the most down to earth of the Daedric Prines. He just wants to have a bit of a good time. He's not a douchebag who demands worship or favours in exchange for practically nothing, he's the kind of demonic god you could have a drink with and talk to about ladies. And probably about guys too, Daedric Princes tend to take on both male and female forms since they don't have a defined gender... ...Now I'm wondering what a female Sanguine would be like...

      Vaermina I like the concept for, having a great interest in dreams. But she's not very... present in any of the games. And her questline in Skyrim is terrible. I hate quests that rely on an NPC. You gotta wait for them to get their slow butts to wherever they need to be and finish babbling their exposition... I don't see anyone NOT choosing to kill that guy at the end, if for no other reason than he wasted so much of your time. In Oblivion her quest is pretty neat though. In general, Oblivion's Daedric quests tend to be more creative. In Skyrim it happens too often that a Daedric quest is hardly separable from an ordinary quest...

      Meridia I also don't like. She's again too dismissive and full of herself, and it's all the more intolerable since you keep being told she's the kindest of the Daedra. Pfft. Why, because she hates the undead? That doesn't make you good, it just makes you a discriminating asshole. #UndeadLivesMatter

      The others I don't have a strong opinion on. ...I guess Namira's voice is surprisingly sexy? And Molag Bal is pretty interesting, I suppose. He doesn't appear much though, so the interesting stuff is more hinted at. But yeah, I can't think of much to say about the others.

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    • What about Malacath and Mehrunes Dagon? 

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    • Hm... Both of them I have about the same opinion on. They're big brutes that like strength and shit. Doesn't make for particularly interesting characters, at least not based on what there is in the games currently. I still haven't finished Oblivion's main questline though, and it's centered around Dagon, so maybe I'm wrong there... If so I guess I'll update my opinion. And I guess there's some interesting stuff with Malacath and his connection to the origins of the orcs and all, but I'm not very read-up on that... I remember something about one of the Daedric Princes eating another and shitting them out as a new Daedric Prince...

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  • Has your opinion on your favorite Disney villains changed at all recently?

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    • Like, have any other villains gone up or down the list? Have any been removed entirely, replaced by something different? 

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    • Well as I said, the list has gotten flimsier... I find it so hard to rank villains now that I don't even bother keeping a list anymore. I just look at them individually instead. I can of course sort ones with broad differences in quality, like for instance I would rank Ursula over Ursula's sister and Dr. Facilier over Ursula. ...Although Facilier and Ursula still have a lot of different positives and negatives- See what I mean? I've gotten too indecisive to appropriately answer.

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  • What's your opinion on Cicero? I mean, there's definitely some annoying aspects about him, but I felt like that alone didn't really warrant death. So, I spared him. And by reading his journals, I felt far more sympathetic for him. 

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    • Well, the Staff of Magnus for one. It's a staff (which by default makes it crappier than a non-staff since it's powered by soul gems, I hate having to recharge items) that absorbs mana, and once all mana's been absorbed, it starts absorbing health. ...This staff is supposed to belong to a frickin' god. And it's only useful against pure spellcaster enemies, and even then, chances are you'll be dead before you've sucked out all their mana and can start using it as a shitty vampire-staff. And even if not, the time spent using the damn thing is time you could've spent mauling your enemy through other means.

      Other good examples are the Daedric artifacts. Most of them can be outmatched by stuff you forge and enchant yourself, and at high enough levels even by stuff you just find lying around. Some do have unique effects, but even then most are garbage. The Ring of Hircine is hardly useful for anything at all, the Ring of Namira is only good for roleplaying purposes, and the Wabbajack, while fun to use sometimes, just has way too high a chance to have a boring explosion effect instead of something more creative.

      Most of them are either ordinary enchanted items with a unique model, or non-ordinary enchanted items that are gimmicky at best and pointless at worst.

      This goes for most unique items in the game, which I hope to see change in the next game. Because it is fully possible to have actual powerful artifacts without having them be unbalanced. Point of case, the Spellbreaker and Auriel's Bow.

      The Spellbreaker is my favourite Daedric artifact. It's the only one I would ever consider using in lategame. And yet, it's not that amazing. It's a pretty average-level shield, making it inferior to a lot of ordinary higher-tier shields stat-wise. BUT... while blocking, it generates a Ward. So it doubles as a shield and a Ward spell. Technically this is far from overpowered; you could just have a strong-ass shield with you for most scenarios and have a Ward spell available for the rarer scenarios where you need to defend yourself against magic. But first of all, not all characters you play as will know a Ward spell, and second of all... it's just really inconvenient. I barely ever use Ward spells, because I don't see much of a point. It takes time to switch to, and they eat up your magicka. So the Spellbreaker is the lazy man's Ward. It's useful, not too useful, but useful and more importantly convenient. This is what makes the Spellbreaker superior to other Daedric artifacts; Its enchantment has no charge limit, so you'll never have to recharge it (I would be faaar more lenient to using ANY of the Daedric weapons if they were unique in that they're enchanted but doesn't need to be recharged; Again, it'd make them convenient, which is a good, balanced way making them more desirable), and its unique enchantment is NOT complete garbage. The player actually benefits from it, and even if they could benefit from the same effects to a greater extent just by learning a Ward spell or two, it's, as I keep repeating, more convenient (also no magicka cost, woo!).

      Then you also have Auriel's Bow, which I would argue is on the shitty side, but shitty in a more interesting way. See, in theory it's pretty impressive. Its enchantment, while being of the charge-based variety, deals a rare type of damage (sun damage) which deals triple damage against undead and still has a moderate effect on non-undeads. Then you got the REAL selling point... Using special arrows, you can amplify this enchantment, having arrows burst into AoE effects on hit, and even aim them at the sun to call down a storm of light. Or you could use a DIFFERENT kind of special arrows and darken the sky, but this is mostly if you're a vampire and don't want to deal with the mildly annoying sun debuffs.

      Those special effects actually make it worthwhile, a bow that is powerful but not objectively the best choice, and has some appealing unique effects. ...Its downfall though is that, as I mentioned, you need special arrows to utilize these effects. Mediocre arrows that you must travel to special NPCs to obtain, and are given to you in bunches of 20, making obtaining them a sluggish and obnoxious process, and as stated the arrows aren't even that good.

      If the bow would have the special effects by default, regardless of arrows used (save for darkening the sky, using special arrows for that makes perfect sense), it would be an actual good item worthy of being called the relic of a god. Still not overpowered, but a viable option even at higher levels and with some fun special features. Which is why I think it's the perfect bridge between Spellbreaker and... basically all other supposedly powerful items in the game. It's ALMOST a good powerful item, but its downfall is a single element of massive inconvenience.

      ...I swear, I'm gonna stop saying "convenient" now... Actually, I'm gonna stop talking altogether, because I'm done.

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    • Alright then. 

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  • Will we need a better back-up way to talk.
    The wikia is the only thing I could think of which you might check...
    Besides mail of course, but I don't think you check that several times a day.

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  • From a wikia contributor (me):

    "Okay. I have a problem. Everybody else that's a decent human being has this problem. Basically, there's lots of Monster School animations that aren't created by Willcraft which are mostly cringy and sexual as heck, but some just go way too far. I'm glad I've seen none of these fan animations. If you've seen these kinds of fan animations, Willcraft...

    I know how you feel."

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  • Are you like, officially back on YouTube?

    -one of the fans who stayed around the past year, and unarguably the most annoying one.

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      • wild cheering from the one dude in the audience*
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    • xD Wait just for my comment?
      I'm not that funny, not even enough for like.. one guy cheering. I wish.

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  • This is the creature I made and ended up getting attracted to. I'll post a better picture soon, but this is the best I had for now. 
    Spore 2017-03-04 08-00-40

    Really bad picture, but she's the one on the right.

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  • So. Does anyone in Endventures like cats? If so who does or does not and why

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  • This just something I came up of on the spot, if you were in the Willcraft universe (for some weird reason unexplained (nUlL)) and you encounter Lord Läskig, what would you do???

    I'm just asking what you would do in that citation, just asking

    -MustardGaming61

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    • When some dirty rat comes running into your garage, but you're the only one to see it, so the rest of your family doesn't believe you that easily?

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    • When you look at Creepypastas and have to go to bed immediately after.

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