WRUP: How to make bird walk edition

    
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Hello and being welcome to What Are You Playing, column that is for creating most excellent guide on subject of common knowledge to human beings which is also written by actual real human being too. Today column subject focus on how to make bird walk in good walk pattern for movement because human limbs are bad for walk.

First is be find bird. Bird should be more big than human, not more small. More small is bad. Once is finding bird, place two simple human leg over bird back and say in language of bird, “You are now my walk maker.” Bird will peck and scream so much. So much. So much. Why is bird angry? We are using human leg. Frustrating!

Bird is still outside doing so many scream. We do not know how to make bird walk. Tell us how to make bird walk. So many scream from bird. Help us. Help us make bird walk.

Andrew Ross (@dengarsw): ​God, my week was swamped and now the weekend too. I’m certainly going to do Pokemon Go’s Community Day, because like all rare game epics, the black ones trigger my “must get” genes, and apparently Charizard’s new move will make it pretty usable. Oh, and I need the exercise, sigh. Splatoon 2 is going to get some attention, since my two favorite Ninja Turtles are going head to head in the final stage of this Splatfest, but other social obligations are going to get in the way. Oh, and work. More reviews, probably no Sea of Thieves this weekend. (Sob.)

Brianna Royce (@nbrianna, blog): Realistically, nothing – I have guests in town next week, which means my weekend will be spend alternately dealing with illness and cleaning. But! If I get playtime, I’m still having fun in Trove, so I’ll probably spend more effort there with my kid. I had my trigger finger over the newly launched House Flipper game on Steam too, but I haven’t gone for it yet. But I kind of want to?

Eliot Lefebvre (@Eliot_Lefebvre, blog): Mostly Final Fantasy XIV and Final Fantasy XI. That’s really going to be enough for a weekend, I think; I have to see how far I can get on the latter, and there’s stuff to do on the former before the patch.

Justin Olivetti (@Sypster, blog): Thanks to a hard drive failure this week, I’m going to be spending a lot of time setting back up my PC and re-installing games. Whee! If I get time, I have a host of things to do, including getting some time in with Secret World Legends, Lord of the Rings Online, Star Trek Online, and World of Warcraft.

MJ Guthrie (@MJ_Guthrie, blog): I am playing Scramble to Prepare Your Life for a 3 Year-Old this weekend. It’s quite the VR experience! In between sessions of that, I will be doing survival of another kind in ARK: Survival Evolved and Conan Exiles. Then I will be preparing a number of premiers for Twitch while I am gone. I don’t think I will have it in me to do too much else.

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Malcolm Swoboda

Ha, not much. RIFT Prime logging and a few things, some mobile gaming (Marvel/DC/StarWars turn based games, Harry Potter Hogwarts Mystery).

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DAI. I don’t know how many times I’ve started it only to quit in irritation, but this time I’m determined to see it through. I adored Origins and found DA2 flawed but engaging. I will make myself enjoy this game, one way or another.

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cursedseishi

Good luck! I beat the game myself a good while back, but between the trophy glitches, issues and bugs with several things (longstanding ones at that that have been around since DA 1) it wasn’t my most enjoyable time. Varric was pretty much the driving force behind beating it… and my Warrior build was overpowered enough that I just spammed the spinning attack and tore through everything easily enough without much support.

I’ve been tempted to jump back in, if only because I want to dabble with the multiplayer more… but then I end up just wanting to play ME3’s multiplayer mode instead.

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rafael12104

Lol. It was pretty great once you get into the meat and potatoes. I hope you are playing with a gamepad. It makes things so much easier. I played with my Xbox controller.

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cursedseishi

If Bird be making screams, and Bird be the angry, have Angry Bird make walkings into wall. After many impact, Bird no scream and no sounds of the Laugh-making humans Bill Hader or the Danny McprinceBride. Bird will be making of the silence and docile, which points you then be getting of the carrot on a stick of length, but not real carrots because the Bird doesn’t make the chewing of Vegeta’s Tables. They are the too spiky and too big. You get the greens of a lettuce and make the tying of a noose on head of the lettuce to let hang from sticks end. Then you be doing the act of dangle the stick in front of the Bird while sitting on the back of Bird, ensuring human legs be on sides and not the end or front, and human hands have meaty finger-grippers be firmly on stick part and not on the end of the lettuce.

Then be holding it forward to make Bird make Walker motions.

… And after I heal from that concussion, I got Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition to fill my ‘mindless mob slaughter’ itch, Destiny 2 (bought used cheap for well less than ten bucks) to screw around in finally, and dabbling in a little of Dragon’s Crown Pro and Final Fantasy 14… Where… I can not find my chocobo at the moment. My character was strangely stuck in a wall with it just a minute ago too…

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Michael18

Got Legends of Aria yesterday but after 1 or 2 hours I’m not impressed, tbh. I’ll check back during Steam EA or after launch, but it seems I should’ve put the money into the current Paradox sale on Steam/GoG, instead. Oh, well …

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Suikoden

I’ve been playing a lot of EOS Pheonix lately. Will be playing that after the Anime Convention.

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Sorenthaz

Dauntless and Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition are what I’ve been playing a good bit of in recent days, and probably will continue that trend. I was skeptic about Dauntless back in… November? But after watching it played more recently I decided to give it a jump in (founders’ packs are 50% off right now so that helped) and haven’t regretted it so far. It honestly feels better than Monster Hunter in some aspects, and the way their F2P shop looks so far is pretty good – just vanity and then optional boosts that somewhat help you grind less. The look and feel of it is great, combat feels amazingly fluid and responsive, and yeah… I’m excited to see where this game goes as it enters open beta next week.

Final Fantasy XV meanwhile is like one of those games where I know it was talked up quite a bit but I didn’t really care to jump on it asap. Yet there I am at level 16 and I still haven’t moved past the first area because I keep getting distracted with wanting to explore stuff. I feel like I’ve barely scratched the surface of it but it’s already so fun to me, lol.

As much as I didn’t really want to I’ve kind of been quietly shelving WoW again, though I might try to push back into it before the week’s end to try and work more on finishing up my goals before the inevitable 8.0 patch.

Also might give Radical Heights a spin tomorrow because Sunday is basically going to be the sort of ‘Final Sendoff’ day for the game where everyone logs in and just plays some matches to try and show support for it before the servers inevitably go down in ‘the near future’.

OH, also likely going to finish my first playthrough of Super Robot Wars V so I can move on to trying out Super Robot Wars X. Then to debate if I want to buy the Vita version…

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nobleeinherjar

I’m still mostly working my way through Persona 5 and Witcher 3. But I’m taking a look at a few retro RPGs I want to play.

First up are Phantasy Star II and IV. I beat the first Phantasy Star a long time ago, but never got around to playing the sequels. I guess I should technically at least make III a candidate, but for whatever reason it just doesn’t interest me. Also on the same system, I’m looking at Shining Force I and II.

I’m also researching and comparing two fan patches (Ted Woolsey Uncensored and the Relocalization Project) for FFVI.

The itch to return to FFXIV is still there, but the timing just doesn’t work right now. I’d at least like to finish P5 before I let an MMO devour the lion’s share of my gaming time.

I hope everyone has a fun, safe weekend. =)

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cursedseishi

Be prepared then, Persona 5 on my first playthrough ate up like… 95 hours? And I had screwed up and missed several social links as I did it too. Don’t regret it though because… just daaaang, that game is Stylish

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Utakata

This week: Stand by me…

Also this week: Where my final two Goblins in WoWstar near that runway of the Big Ding! And more Blade shennigans in LynStar! <3

As well as: There's one glaring thing in FF XIV that holds that game together. That is, big yellow chickens are serious business! /kupo

Have a great week and weekend folks! <3

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rafael12104

So, Monster Hunter: World is on my agenda for this coming week. I was going to hold off, but after playing God of War I was reminded that games can be fun on consoles. Now, now, don’t be a hater. I’m still a proud member of the PC Master Race.

The rest? Well, there is Blade and Soul. Lol! Shocker, I know. But… “On and On We’ll Go”

And that is it, and quite enough I assure you. But before I take my leave, here is a very quick look at my toons and specifically my Lyns in BnS. Uta has an army of these little guys and gals and with good reason. Their size juxtaposed against big bad mobs and their success against them is just so damn satisfying.

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Armsbend

What BnS server are you on. I’m thinking of giving it a spin because why not.

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rafael12104

Cool. Yeah, come on in and give it a try.

Uta and I and a few others are on Yura. Haliee is my main at the moment so send me a friend request. Uta and I will be happy to get you started. :) (I’m speaking for Uta, but I know she would welcome another MOP citizen.)

We also have a chillax clan you can call home during your stay. Easy going, friendly and helpful.

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Utakata

Yep, rhymes with Yuru Yuri! But is named unfortunately after a very nasty NPC in this game.

…you can find me mainly under Otogi Jushi I believe. My as for mentioned Lyn Dancer I am mainly leveling there.

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Utakata

And you should of seen what my Blade Lyn Dancer did that boss with the big axe there, my Fire Lyn Master (technically YT) had a lot of trouble with him. It seems very just that my that my BD turn encounter on its ears and tails.

Also, Lyn Summoners are about the only class I know that can solo world boss encounters when leveling up. o.O

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Armsbend

I played a video game for the first time in two months last night. I tried Fortnite. Good god was I bad at it. Kinda fun though and my new machine sighed at me…whispering…”Is this all Arms? TEST ME you little bitch. TEST ME!” Witcher 3 I think.

So I plan on testing her at some point to appease the beast AI within.

I just cut, ripped and beat down some of the largest English Ivy I’ve ever had the misfortune of dealing with. Four gorgeous native forest trees, some at least 200 years old, were being completely swallowed by this foreign trash vine. Hopefully I saved them. A few seasons from now will tell.

If I could travel back in time I’d go to the guy who decided to bring that from Europe on a ship and shoot him – right between the eyes. In full view of his crew and family. Small children would be preferable. And the son of a bitch who brought Chinese Privet over. God damn it why on earth did he do that? I’d like to flay him at the capital for all to witness.

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rafael12104

Lol. Hmm that going back in time to solve eco problems, without prejudice, sounds like a great adventure game. “Ark: Guardians of Ecology”

Glad to hear you have your system up and running.

Fortnite is fun. And yeah you can just go in, not know what you are doing, and still have fun.

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Armsbend

I played three games last night and not once did I hit a person with a bullet nor axe. I did, however, take bullets, so that my better teammates could go on being better than me.

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rafael12104

Lol. Been there. Finally just started going to sparsely populated landing areas until I got my feet wet.

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Sorenthaz

Basically the only reason to go to higher pop areas is if you want to try and better yourself at the combat mechanics and learning where the good drops are to nab items first (or coin flip against others who land there simultaneously).

I -think- kills can also equate to experience or whatnot, and obviously they can complete objectives in your battle pass, but otherwise there’s nothing wrong with going to more remote drops to quietly build up and wait for the numbers to dwindle as you move about.

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imayb1

I haven’t had the displeasure of knowing the Chinese Privet, but I’m with you on the ivy. I also have issues with Japanese beetles, the Hemlock woolly adelgid destroying native plants. These invasive species are HUGE problems in the great lakes area.

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Armsbend

Privet is a major problem down here in Georgia. It is this awful looking plant that thrives in complete shade on the forest floor. What used to be a forest without scrub trees due to tree leaf litter is now choked with these awful little trees – that propagate from seemingly nothing. And when one of the larger trees invariably falls – the privet doesn’t allow the better, native plants to start growing – they are choked out by the trash. And it spreads so fast…awful plant but people are slowly starting to cut it out when they see it.

We don’t have a major pest problem with foreign invaders. I hope we don’t.