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Lunethex
Feb 4, 2013

Me llamo Sarah Brandolino, the eighth Castilian of this magnificent marriage.




Thanks, nine-gear crow!

I'm ready to start another LP and with a little help I think this one will prove as entertaining as RE6.

Spoiler: it is




Thanks rumrusher!

Rigged Death Trap posted:

His service record is long, filled with all kinds of hard operations, specializing in complete penetration and exploitation of enemy security holes. This mission though is of the utmost importance, and were the enemy to perform well and erect their defenses ahead of time I fear we may have to order the agent to pull out prematurely before things become a total mess. By nature this is a slow and gentle operation, so roughness is not permissible, lest the enemy feel the agent within them and react by tightening security.


What is Syphon Filter?
Syphon Filter is a game that I started at the second in the series, then I played the third. I once had a PSX demo disk that contained what is considered one of the coolest sequences in the series on it and I was hooked immediately. Sometime later, I got the full game, and it, I think, is what fostered and encouraged my instinctive urge to screw around in games today.

The Syphon Filter series is considered a stealth-action hybrid and one of the first “super-spy” games. You will run 'n gun, take cover and sneak through terrorist bases and friendly airfields as you seek to uncover the truth behind the “Syphon Filter” virus conspiracy. It is a very durable design and while clunky at times, it features full voice acting, excellent music (I can't ever start the game without hearing the main menu theme play out), and open ended levels filled with dudes to shoot, not to mention secret goals for many of the levels (starting from the second game) adding to the replayability.

The voice acting is also amazing for the time, and it improves with each game in the trilogy. To sum up the trilogy (before the PSP/PS2 games), you basically have a mix between Die Hard and James Bond. Imagine every mainstream 90s action flick rolled into one, and you have the setting and themes for this game to a T. Gabriel Logan is a badass agent, stoic with heart. Joined by fellow “Agency” member Lian Xing, he will travel the globe to combat the terrorist Erich Rhoemer who threatens the world with this dangerous virus.

These games are fun as hell, full of love, and I will very much enjoy bringing them to an audience. I can't think of a better duo to have along for the ride than Coolguye and TheLastRoboKy. They're doing an LP of Dishonored here!

GUEST STARRING: The JAIDS JADE STAR! (Starting from SF3)

My goals
I'm going to get all of the bonuses in each level (starting from Syphon Filter 2). They don't do anything except open up new maps for a two-player mode where you and a friend try to kill each other in a very confined split-screen (this is different in the 3rd game) but some of them are fun to shoot for. I will be making use of save-states to accomplish a few because holy poo poo some of them get brutal and to fail some means a complete level restart, but I feel they deserve to be shown so that the love and care put into these games by the devs can be better appreciated.

I will also be playing on Hard Mode, because I have never done so before and I know well enough how normal goes (it's impossible to die in combat for one!) so I'm hoping this will lead to humorous experiences. In this game it is not hard to die, and, while rare, you can fail or die for no real reason or the game just wants you to, but that's fine and often funny. Hope it happens.

Don't spoil the story!

Alright, let's do it!

OP Material--Click on a picture to see more details

~Contributions

quote:

Tuxedo Ted


Here's to a fantastic start to the second game.

This is like a carnival game


I think I really like Syphon Filter 2.

Hivac" post="451549462 posted:



InfinityComplex" post="451630759 posted:


"You can't run, you can't hide from your fiance!"


"THE TASER REQUIRES BREAKFAST SNACKS"



I am not sorry.


azren posted:

So, I noticed that the graphic for The Taser had something that looked like a screaming face. When I came to, I had lost 36 hours, and a file called "warn the thread.png" was on my desktop:



drat, I blacked out again. Came to with another strange file on my computer, and my left eye can see the souls of the damned, for some reason. Maybe my computer has a virus, or something.



InfinityComplex posted:




All's done and done.

edit: yes i noticed the ui element, no i'm not editing it


~Update List
-Update 01: Washington D.C. Under Attack!
-Update 02: The Trail at Pharcom
-Update 03: The Kazakhstan Infiltration
-Update 04: The Passion of the Taser
-Update 05: Clash of Gods
-Update 06: Race in Colorado
-Update 07: A Losing Hand
-Update 08: Russian Around Moscow
-Update 09: Prisons and Voids
-Update 10: SYPHON...FILTER!?
-Update 11: One Man Army
-Update 12: HORRIBLE
-Update 13: Everyone Lies (and DIES)
-Update 14: Nigel Cummings
-Update 15: That was definitely an experience
-Update 16: TheLastRoboKy
-Update 17: A Need for Badasses
-Update 18: All The Things
-Update 19: That's Right
-Update 20: THE TORGUE ZONE, BABY
-Update 21: The Grace of a Gazelle
-Update 22: Nigel Cummings, Part 2: In Memoriam
-Update 23: Casual Application of War Crimes
-Update 24: drat IT
-Update 25:
-Update 26: "Why do you even bother bringing us at this point?"
-Update 27: Nigel Cummings' Comeuppance
-Update 28: Reflection
-Update 29: Logan's War Crimes
-Update 30: Logan's Tomfoolery
-Update 31: Logan's Dance
-Update 32: Logan's Frown
-Update 33: Logan's Confusion
-Update 34: Logan's Ascendance

~Video Index
X_countryguy - Syphon Filter 2 Game Commercial

First Trilogy
-Syphon Filter 1 INTRODUCTION|(2:39)
-Episode 1-1 - DC Metropolitan Area|(37:05)
-Episode 1-2 - DC Park Area|(22:29)
-Episode 2 - Pharcom Exposition Center|(26:48)
-Episode 3 - Rhoemer's Missile Base|(31:51)
-Episode 4 - Rhoemer's Stronghold|(54:45)
-Episode 5 - Abandoned Warehouse District|(29:36)
-Episode 6 - Missile Silo|(32:01)
-Syphon Filter 2 INTRODUCTION|(5:23)
-Episode 7 - Colorado 1|(45:46)
-Episode 8 - Colorado 2|(47:17)
-Episode 9 - Return to the Expo Center|(40:40)
-Episode 10-1 - Moscow|(27:53)
-Episode 10-2 - Disc 1 Game Breakings|(11:10)
-Episode 11 - Aljir Prison|(36:27)
-Episode 12 - Agency Bio-Lab|(37:00)
-Syphon Filter Bonus 2 - I DO|(0:19)
-Episode 13 - New York Streets|(50:54)
-Syphon Filter 3 INTRODUCTION|(2:33)
-Episode 14 - Tokyo; Gabe's First Testimony|(40:27)
-Episode 15 - Mujari's Testimony|(21:43)
-Episode 16 - Lian's First Testimony; S.S Lorelei|(32:16)
-Episode 17 - Lian's Second Testimony; Nigel Cummings|(38:22)
-Episode 18 - Gabe's Second Testimony|(25:54)
-Episode 19 - Australia|(28:30)
-Episode 20 - Coolguye Ridge|(47:35)
-Episode 21 - D.C Senate Building|(26:54)

Second Trilogy
-Syphon Filter Omega Strain INTRODUCTION|(2:54)
-Syphon Filter Omega Strain Episode 1-1 - Carthage, Michigan|(45:07)
-Syphon Filter Omega Strain Episode 1-2 - Carthage Aftermath|(9:01)
-Syphon Filter Omega Strain Episode 1-3 - Carthage Codec Calls|(6:03)
-Syphon Filter Omega Strain Episode 2-1 - Italy
-Syphon Filter Omega Strain Episode 2-2 - Belarus
-Syphon Filter Omega Strain Episode 2-3 - Italy & Belarus Codec Calls
-Syphon Filter Omega Strain Episode 3-1 - Kyrgyzstan
-Syphon Filter Omega Strain Episode 3-2 - Yemen
-Syphon Filter Omega Strain Episode 3-3 - Codec Calls (Kyrgyzstan, Yemen)
-Syphon Filter Omega Strain Episode 4-1 - Chechnya
-Syphon Filter Omega Strain Episode 4-2 - Minsk, North Atlantic
-Syphon Filter Omega Strain Episode 4-3 - Codec Calls (Chechnya, Minsk, North Atlantic)
-Syphon Filter Omega Strain Episode 4-BONUS - Acrobatic Marvel
-Syphon Filter Omega Strain Episode 5-1 - Japan, Myanmar
-Syphon Filter Omega Strain Episode 5-2 - Codec Calls (Japan, Myanmar)
-Syphon Filter Omega Strain Episode 6-1 - Zurich, Montenegro
-Syphon Filter Omega Strain Episode 6-2 - Ukraine
-Syphon Filter Omega Strain Episode 6-3 - After-Action Report
-Syphon Filter Omega Strain Episode 6-4 - Codec Calls (Zurich, Montenegro, Ukraine)
-Syphon Filter Omega Strain - Elsa's Final Deposition
-Syphon Filter Dark Mirror Episode 1 - Alaska 1
-Syphon Filter Dark Mirror Episode 2 - Alaska 2
-Syphon Filter Dark Mirror Episode 3 - Peru
-Syphon FIlter Dark Mirror Episode 4 - Bosnia
-Syphon Filter Dark Mirror Episode 5 - Russia
-Syphon Filter Dark Mirror Episode BONUS - Thailand
-Syphon Filter Dark Mirror Episode 6 - Germany, Finland
-Syphon Filter Logan's Shadow Episode 1 - Indian Ocean 1
-Syphon Filter Logan's Shadow - Logan's Uncut Warcrimes
-Syphon Filter Logan's Shadow Episode 2 - Indian Ocean 2
-Syphon Filter Logan's Shadow Episode 3 - Azerbaijan
-Syphon Filter Logan's Shadow Episode 4 - Georgia
-Syphon Filter Logan's Shadow Episode 5 - Syria
-Syphon Filter Logan's Shadow Episode 6 - Bitar's Stronghold

Syphon Filter LP Credits

~Dossiers (SF1)


~Dossiers (SF2)


~Dossiers (SF3)


~Equipment Database (SF1)


~Equipment Database (SF2)


~Equipment Database (SF3)

Lunethex fucked around with this message at 22:34 on Jul 10, 2016

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Lunethex
Feb 4, 2013

Me llamo Sarah Brandolino, the eighth Castilian of this magnificent marriage.

Update 01 - Washington D.C. Under Attack!


-Syphon Filter 1 INTRODUCTION|(2:39)


Syphon Filter Episode 1-1 - DC Metropolitan Area|(37:05)
We hit the ground running shortly after Rhoemer begins his attack on Washington D.C. Gabe takes to the streets to prevent a viral outbreak, with the ultimate goal of eliminating Rhoemer and his lieutenants: Pavel Kravitch, Mara Aramov, and Anton Girdeux. But, things are never that easy, especially when The Place starts losing business - it's going to be a long night...


Syphon Filter Episode 1-2 - DC Park Area|(22:29)
After wounding Aramov and stopping the viral bomb in the subway, Logan heads to the park to confront Girdeux and Rhoemer before the main bomb detonates. On the way he reconciles with the CBDC agents and demonstrates tactical superiority against enemies less than interested in stopping him.

~Dossiers


~Equipment Database


p.s.

the loving taser

Lunethex fucked around with this message at 00:04 on Aug 1, 2015

Boardroom Jimmy
Aug 20, 2006

Ahhh ballet

Man, about time someone LP'd the Syphon Filter series. I loved these games. The taser is truly God's greatest gift to mankind. You're just doing the PS1 ones right?

Lunethex
Feb 4, 2013

Me llamo Sarah Brandolino, the eighth Castilian of this magnificent marriage.

Boardroom Jimmy posted:

Man, about time someone LP'd the Syphon Filter series. I loved these games. The taser is truly God's greatest gift to mankind. You're just doing the PS1 ones right?

When we get there, I'll see how viable the second trilogy is. I only played Omega Strain in passing and there's a metric ton of crap to go over with that game, and since it was all built around network play (on the PS2 no less) it's going to require some liberal cheating to show everything off where possible.

The other two, Dark Mirror & Logan's Shadow I'm curious of as a series fan, but I never got around to playing them since they were only on PSP when I still cared. As they're on PS2 now, I'll look into it when we get there.

Coolguye
Jul 6, 2011

Required by his programming!


THE PLACE

Boardroom Jimmy
Aug 20, 2006

Ahhh ballet

Lunethex posted:


The other two, Dark Mirror & Logan's Shadow I'm curious of as a series fan, but I never got around to playing them since they were only on PSP when I still cared. As they're on PS2 now, I'll look into it when we get there.

I've played both the PSP ones and they're frequently described as THE reason to get a PSP. They're really good. I don't know how the PS2 ports came out but I imagine that as long as they kept it close to what they had, they'd be decent enough.

Night10194
Feb 13, 2012

We'll start,
like many good things,
with a bear.


I've gotta say, for the time, the animations actually look really smooth and good in combat and the game looks pretty fun.

RickVoid
Oct 21, 2010


I was so bad at these games.

Admittedly because I insisted on using nothing but the taser, setting all enemies on fire, but still.

*EDIT* Don't know if you did it or not since I can't watch the videos yet, but you can taser the snipers on the roof from the street on the first level.

UnknownMercenary
Oct 31, 2011

I LIKE IT
WAY WAY TOO LOUD



Boardroom Jimmy posted:

I've played both the PSP ones and they're frequently described as THE reason to get a PSP. They're really good. I don't know how the PS2 ports came out but I imagine that as long as they kept it close to what they had, they'd be decent enough.

From what I remember, both ports got rid of setting people on fire because of the Teen rating.

Psion
Dec 13, 2002






I am very glad the first weapon you discussed was the taser. I was going to be SO MAD if you didn't.

e: well given the number of posts about it you might as well rename the thread "Only one taser can save the world in the SYPHON FILTER TRILOGY!"

Psion fucked around with this message at 02:08 on Aug 1, 2015

Lunethex
Feb 4, 2013

Me llamo Sarah Brandolino, the eighth Castilian of this magnificent marriage.



Psion posted:

I am very glad the first weapon you discussed was the taser. I was going to be SO MAD if you didn't.

e: well given the number of posts about it you might as well rename the thread "Only one taser can save the world in the SYPHON FILTER TRILOGY!"

"Taser" is also synonymous with "war crime," which could fit.

And I have plans for the Taser in future levels.

Lunethex fucked around with this message at 02:25 on Aug 1, 2015

anilEhilated
Feb 17, 2014

But I say fuck the rain.



Grimey Drawer

Please tell me the big twist is that these two gentlemen are possessed by eldritch horrors from beyond spacetime sitting behind their eyeballs. Or at least that the game acknowledges that neither of them should ever need a nightlight.

WeedlordGoku69
Feb 11, 2015

by Cyrano4747


I am so goddamn glad the taser is getting brought up early and often because it's literally one of the only things I remember about these games.

anilEhilated
Feb 17, 2014

But I say fuck the rain.



Grimey Drawer

Six minutes in and it's already absolutely magical. Anyway, is it just me or does our guy sound like JC Denton?

Mr. Fortitude
Jul 9, 2010


Was always curious about these games since it has the best taser in video game history, but never had the chance to play them so thanks for showing them off. Syphon Filter looks like it's aged remarkably well outside of the graphics and draw distance, I'd have expected the combat to be much clunkier than it is.

SgCloud
Oct 30, 2011


I love how Logan can sprint like a marathon runner while not being out of breath and talking like he is taking a slow walk through the park.

Miyamoto Musashi
Jul 22, 2006



I played the first 2 games quite a bit, and they're really great games, especially this first one. Graphically, it looks a bit rough these days, but there's a lot of varied levels and objectives and they really are fun games. I love that DC Park level just because of the varied objectives--you're disarming bombs, saving hostages, and setting up communications relays all while a timer is ticking down. The Girdeux fight is pretty easy once you know what you're doing, but very imposing when you don't: you've got a guy in impenetrable armor slowly pursuing you around a smallish arena shooting flames at you. MGS3 did a very similar thing with The Fury fight, but I actually prefer this one, probably because you can actually see what you're doing.

And lastly, the taser: truly the best weapon. Lighting someone on fire from halfway across the map will never not be funny.

Wanderer
Nov 5, 2006

our every move is the new tradition


This was one of the series I followed back in the PSOne days, and I still find it befuddling that it was allowed to fester on the PSP instead of moving forward with the various PlayStations. In a lot of ways, they're ahead of their time; looking at them in 2015, they're graphically rough as hell, and Gabe's immensely flammable outfit used to drive me up the wall, but the action's smooth as hell and the cast of characters is way ahead of its time.

I just looked up what the developers have been doing lately and I guess they're the ones behind the Uncharted game on the Vita.

Iron Chitlin
Sep 3, 2011

I need to use the bathroom!


Syphon Filter was a series I always intended to play through but never did, my only experience with the series was when Syphon Filter 2 mysteriously appeared in our PSX library, to this day I have no idea where it came from, and I played that through two or three times. In spite of it being 15-20 years since I last played it I still remember certain scenes very clearly. I'm definitely going to be following this LP, keep up the good work!

Zain
Dec 6, 2009

It's only forever, not long at all


OH Syphon Filter! I only played the first one but loved the hell out of it! As a kid I used the taser almost exclusively because really WHY would you use anything else?

ZeusCannon
Nov 5, 2009

BLAAAAAARGH PLEASE KILL ME BLAAAAAAAARGH

Grimey Drawer

This is some weird rear end alternate reality version of DC, its all hedge mazes and parks and The Places but by far the most jarring thing is how the metro is actually on time. It's never on time and that's without terrorists running around!

Also that beheaded statue was at least definitely based on Lincoln's statue, and DC does have a statue of Freedom .

Kibayasu
Mar 28, 2010



I don't remember if its mentioned or used in the first game or any of the PS1 trilogy but I do know that in one of the PS2 games the taser is shown to be non-lethal as long as you let go before the fire starts. In the later games one of the "Agency" higher-ups is some kind of "don't kill any one, not even the bad guys" dude and there's a level where one of the parameters is to not kill anyone at all. Using the taser is fine as long as you don't ignite anyone.

In any case the PS1 Syphon Filters are great. Everyone should watch this and then go play them.

Lunethex
Feb 4, 2013

Me llamo Sarah Brandolino, the eighth Castilian of this magnificent marriage.

The Taser in this game is judge, jury, and executioner.

But the second game introduces its little brother which does non-lethally handle dudes.

Momomo
Dec 25, 2009

Dont judge me, I design your manhole


This game looks hilarious and pretty drat fun. You need to do at least one level using nothing but the taser.

RealSovietBear
Aug 14, 2013

Bears from Space

I'm so happy someone is LPing this. I loved the first two games, but I got stuck on the third one at an escort I couldn't beat.

Regarding the lovely hidden C4 in the demolished subway, not only is it in the dark, but they disabled the UI prompt to open it when you're next to it unless you use a flashlight. I lost 20 minutes when I replayed the game recently on that same section.

Also, in the park, I think the tearing is an emulation issue. I don't recall encountering it on the PS1 version.

RealSovietBear fucked around with this message at 14:17 on Aug 2, 2015

Meadowhill
Jan 5, 2015


drat. I had a demo disc on the psx with this on it. Used to play it time and time again, just never bought the game for whatever reason. So excited to see this Lp'd. Now that I think about it, the running animation looks a bit silly. It's so smooth and nice looking but he moves way too slow on the map.

Ignatius M. Meen
May 26, 2011

Hello yes I heard there was a lovely trainwreck here and...

I love this series. The taser deserves all the love it's getting since it is THE stealth weapon and for a while it will be THE action weapon as long as you zap and switch fast enough from each unarmored enemy but in several levels there will be two guns that do action better in tight circumstances for different reasons - trying to do without them at that point will force you to run for cover more often and probably die more often to boot since there are certain limitations to the speed of the taser on Hard which will become more troublesome as the enemies get smarter about prepping for combat. Plus, of course, there's the bosses, which are all about forcing you out of the taser zone, and the later games which throw more than three enemies at you at once so you kinda can't skate by with the taser as much.

Coolguye
Jul 6, 2011

Required by his programming!


Ignatius M. Meen posted:

which are all about forcing you out of the taser zone
HIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIGHWAAAAAAAAYYYY TOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO THEEEEEEEEEEEE TASER ZONE

Speleothing
May 6, 2008

Spare batteries are pretty key.

I remember my friend from grade school thought that Syphon Filter Two was the best game ever.

I, however, had an n64 and not a stupid playstation. So I knew the true joys of 4-person multiplayer.

Speleothing fucked around with this message at 04:35 on Aug 3, 2015

Captain Bravo
Feb 16, 2011

An Emergency Shitpost
has been deployed...

...but experts warn it is
just a drop in the ocean.

This game was the poo poo back when I first got my PS1. I found it in a bundle pack along with Parasite Eve 2, that was a good day for young me.

The only two things that really stick out in my memory are the taser (of course), and another gun coming up in a later level that my cousin and I dubbed "The Butter Gun".

Lunethex
Feb 4, 2013

Me llamo Sarah Brandolino, the eighth Castilian of this magnificent marriage.

I promise to do a level where I only use the Taser, I figured out which one to do it on. Most are impossible due to heavy amounts of Flak Armor enemies

I'll start recording the Pharcom Expo Center tomorrow. I dunno why I called it the "institution." LP butterflies I guess.

Psion
Dec 13, 2002






Lunethex posted:

I promise to do a level where I only use the Taser, I figured out which one to do it on. Most are impossible due to heavy amounts of Flak Armor enemies

Yeah this game doesn't screw around with difficulty - even when I was using every built-in cheat the game had for a screw-around run it was still tough. It could be that I am terrible at these kind of third-person with aim mode shooters though!

but seriously I remember some later levels being rrrrrrrrrrrrrrridiculous

Psion fucked around with this message at 16:17 on Aug 3, 2015

Redundant
Sep 24, 2011

Even robots have feelings!

Psion posted:

Yeah this game doesn't screw around with difficulty - even when I was using every built-in cheat the game had for a screw-around run it was still tough. It could be that I am terrible at these kind of third-person with aim mode shooters though!

but seriously I remember some later levels being rrrrrrrrrrrrrrridiculous
My main memory of this game (other than the taser I guess) were the enforced stealth sections. I remember them being the bane of my existence so I am looking forward to seeing how much of a jackass younger me was, or if they were actually challenging.

radintorov
Feb 18, 2011


Fallen Rib

Oh man, I remember playing this game at a friend's house and immediately falling in love with the TAZER.
At first I was a bit disappointed that you only used it on one enemy, and then I reached the end of the video.

Ignatius M. Meen
May 26, 2011

Hello yes I heard there was a lovely trainwreck here and...

Redundant posted:

My main memory of this game (other than the taser I guess) were the enforced stealth sections. I remember them being the bane of my existence so I am looking forward to seeing how much of a jackass younger me was, or if they were actually challenging.

I'm fairly sure the no-kill no-alarm sections are actually tough. Part of that is from just plain having to switch out your usual playbook of sniping dudes with the taser when the only restriction is being seen and heard, but it's also got none of the nice mechanics that exist nowadays that can take some pain out of sudden stealth sections like sticking to walls/behind low cover or any way to really keep track of where the enemies you can't see are facing or walking.

Lunethex
Feb 4, 2013

Me llamo Sarah Brandolino, the eighth Castilian of this magnificent marriage.

The stealth is rudimentary and almost non-existent in the first game, it basically boils down to tailing a dude for a few minutes then you get back to the shooting. I wouldn't really consider this a spoiler since it kind of just happens then you move on, which is another plus for the game: nothing ever overstays its welcome. Girdeux and his flamethrower? We'll never fight a guy like him again, so it creates a unique experience.

But in the second game, stealth is very involved and they put a lot of effort into it that it becomes its own kind of stealth game, because the levels are better (and to some extent, purely) designed around their gameplay and they never come off as dry or unfair.

And I can't wait to see what Hard Mode does to some of those levels. I know of ONE change it does to one of the stealth sequences in Syphon Filter 2 and I'm STILL trying to figure out how the hell I'm going to get past it

Coolguye
Jul 6, 2011

Required by his programming!


Hi so things have been slow because I have had a fever that fluctuates between 100.5 and 102 for the last week or so. I apologize because holy crap I was not expecting to get sick like that.

Okay that's my story thanks for listening.

ZeusCannon
Nov 5, 2009

BLAAAAAARGH PLEASE KILL ME BLAAAAAAAARGH

Grimey Drawer

I hope you feel better and get well soon. A week long fever is no good.

Inco
Apr 3, 2009

I have been working out! My modem is broken and my phone eats half the posts I try to make, including all the posts I've tried to make here. I'll try this one more time.

This is a game I always wanted to play, but I never had a PS1. That opening cutscene is really impressive, considering the hardware. Compare the nodding heads and blank faces and complete silence of GoldenEye's cutscenes.

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Lunethex
Feb 4, 2013

Me llamo Sarah Brandolino, the eighth Castilian of this magnificent marriage.

I'm super torn about posting the next update without those two. On one hand I want to keep the thread going, but on the other...I commit to using the Taser more and even use it for a very serious crime, the kool-aid manning gets ramped up and I just can't deprive the audience of their reactions to this game's magical moments

I picked a real good time to start this LP!

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