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comment Is the random chest game riggable?
I thought minors weren't allowed to gamble!
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awarded  Tag Editor
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revised rogue-legacy wiki excerpt
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Jun
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comment Why is my character feeling sad?
@James Well, they're usually thinking "how much can I get for that butterfly..." - it takes a lot of thought to do instant appraisals :)
Jun
15
comment Why are some units able to move every turn?
It's not just opponents - since he's got a Frostbeard he's probably playing Growth, and Growth has an enchantment called Dryadic Power which buffs your creature but makes it unable to move. Since Dryadic Power adds a lot of health to a creature, it would be a good enchantment to play on the 1-health Frostbeard.
Jun
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comment Do prisoners ever finish their sentence and get released?
... sandwiches?
Jun
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accepted Are there long-term consequences for homicide?
Jun
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revised Are there long-term consequences for homicide?
Added some more info from a run I just finished
Jun
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answered Are there long-term consequences for homicide?
Jun
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revised What is 4D about Antichamber?
A link to another question with a screenshot of the object.
Jun
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comment What is 4D about Antichamber?
@elijaheac I was unaware that anything was explicitly stated in the game :) however, I would argue that it's the most "hey look 4d" thing in there.
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answered What is 4D about Antichamber?
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asked Are there long-term consequences for homicide?
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comment Prevent kids from “accidentally” making purchases in Steam
@AdrianoVaroliPiazza It's not though; it sounds like bobobobo wants Steam to remember billing information, just require a password in order to use it. Whipping out your credit card is a much larger impediment to buying something than remembering the "buy stuff" password.