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25th Oct '17 2:24:15 PM Zaptech
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* The plot of ''VideoGame/RuneScape'' was dominated for ''years'' by the antics of the Mahjarrat Sliske, a KarmaHoudini ManipulativeBastard who always seemed to come out ahead in every situation while the developer forced more established and better-liked members of the cast to hold the IdiotBall to ensure that he always won. While the player character was given the option (which most took) to hate and distrust Sliske, quests and events gave them [[StupidityIsTheOnlyOption no choice]] but to play along in his sadistic games. Toward the end of his plot arc, the developer seems to have realized this and attempted a [[AuthorsSavingThrow saving throw]] by making this an ''in-universe'' example: Sliske was so successful because he was [[spoiler:doing the bidding of the [[TopGod Elder God Jas]], the creator of the universe and by far the most powerful being in the entire setting, who is [[EldritchAbomination too alien]] to care how many people Sliske hurt with the power she lent and ultimately threw him under the bus when he was no longer useful.]]
25th Oct '17 10:23:53 AM Necrodomo
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* The plot of ''VideoGame/RuneScape'' was dominated for ''years'' by the antics of the Mahjarrat Sliske, a KarmaHoudini ManipulativeBastard who always seemed to come out ahead in every situation while the developer forced more established and better-liked members of the cast to hold the IdiotBall to ensure that he always won. While the player character was given the option (which most took) to hate and distrust Sliske, quests and events gave them [[StupidityIsTheOnlyOption no choice]] but to play along in his sadistic games. Toward the end of his plot arc, the developer seems to have realized this and attempted a [[AuthorsSavingThrow saving throw]] by making this an ''in-universe'' example: Sliske was so successful because he was [[spoiler:doing the bidding of the [[TopGod Elder God Jas]], the creator of the universe and by far the most powerful being in the entire setting, who is [[AboveGoodAndEvil too alien]] to care what Sliske did with the power she lent and ultimately threw him under the bus when he was no longer useful.]]

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* The plot of ''VideoGame/RuneScape'' was dominated for ''years'' by the antics of the Mahjarrat Sliske, a KarmaHoudini ManipulativeBastard who always seemed to come out ahead in every situation while the developer forced more established and better-liked members of the cast to hold the IdiotBall to ensure that he always won. While the player character was given the option (which most took) to hate and distrust Sliske, quests and events gave them [[StupidityIsTheOnlyOption no choice]] but to play along in his sadistic games. Toward the end of his plot arc, the developer seems to have realized this and attempted a [[AuthorsSavingThrow saving throw]] by making this an ''in-universe'' example: Sliske was so successful because he was [[spoiler:doing the bidding of the [[TopGod Elder God Jas]], the creator of the universe and by far the most powerful being in the entire setting, who is [[AboveGoodAndEvil [[EldritchAbomination too alien]] to care what how many people Sliske did hurt with the power she lent and ultimately threw him under the bus when he was no longer useful.]]
25th Oct '17 10:22:11 AM Necrodomo
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* The plot of ''VideoGame/RuneScape'' was dominated for ''years'' by the antics of the Mahjarrat Sliske, a KarmaHoudini ManipulativeBastard who always seemed to come out ahead in every situation while the developer forced more established and better-liked members of the cast to hold the IdiotBall to ensure that he always won. While the player character was given the option (which most took) to hate and distrust Sliske, quests and events gave them [[StupidityIsTheOnlyOption no choice]] but to play along in his sadistic games. Toward the end of his plot arc, the developer seems to have realized this and attempted a [[AuthorsSavingThrow saving throw]] by making this an ''in-universe'' example: Sliske was so successful because he was [[spoiler:doing the bidding of the [[TopGod Elder God Jas]], the creator of the universe and by far the most powerful being in the entire setting.]]

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* The plot of ''VideoGame/RuneScape'' was dominated for ''years'' by the antics of the Mahjarrat Sliske, a KarmaHoudini ManipulativeBastard who always seemed to come out ahead in every situation while the developer forced more established and better-liked members of the cast to hold the IdiotBall to ensure that he always won. While the player character was given the option (which most took) to hate and distrust Sliske, quests and events gave them [[StupidityIsTheOnlyOption no choice]] but to play along in his sadistic games. Toward the end of his plot arc, the developer seems to have realized this and attempted a [[AuthorsSavingThrow saving throw]] by making this an ''in-universe'' example: Sliske was so successful because he was [[spoiler:doing the bidding of the [[TopGod Elder God Jas]], the creator of the universe and by far the most powerful being in the entire setting.setting, who is [[AboveGoodAndEvil too alien]] to care what Sliske did with the power she lent and ultimately threw him under the bus when he was no longer useful.]]
24th Oct '17 11:31:07 AM Necrodomo
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* The plot of ''VideoGame/RuneScape'' was dominated for ''years'' by the antics of the Mahjarrat Sliske, a KarmaHoudini ManipulativeBastard who always seemed to come out ahead in every situation while the developer forced more established and better-liked members of the cast to hold the IdiotBall to ensure that he always won. While the player character was given the option (which most took) to hate and distrust Sliske, quests and events gave them [[StupidityIsTheOnlyOption no choice]] but to play along in his sadistic games. Toward the end of his plot arc, the developer seems to have realized this and attempted a [[AuthorsSavingThrow saving throw]] by making this an ''in-universe'' example: Sliske was so successful because he was [[spoiler:doing the bidding of the [[TopGod Elder God Jas]], the creator of the universe and by far the most powerful being in the entire setting.]]
27th Aug '17 10:10:19 PM Zaptech
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* ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'': One of the Gamefreak Staff who appears in Celadon Mansion admits that he has a huge fondness for Gym Leader Sabrina. She is one of the few Generation One gym leaders who returns in multiple installments with several nice new outfits, and plays a major role in one of the Pokestar Studio movies.
27th Aug '17 7:19:13 AM AceOfScarabs
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* ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'': One of the Gamefreak Staff who appears in Celadon Mansion admits that he has a huge fondness for Gym Leader Sabrina. She is one of the few Generation One gym leaders who returns in multiple installments with several nice new outfits, and plays a major role in one of the Pokestar Studio movies.
15th Jul '17 12:11:41 AM Zaptech
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* Some ''VideoGame/TotalWarWarhammer'' fans believe the Vampire Counts are getting a lot of unfair attention from the developers. Having a more complete unit roster at launch, while being considered a strong faction in multiplayer. Two of the three [=FreeLC=] Lords released post launch were for them as well, giving Counts twice as many Lords as the other factions, before Vlad and Isabella were put in their own
subfaction.
11th Jul '17 9:47:58 AM PlasmaTalon
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* Some ''VideoGame/TotalWarWarhammer'' fans believe the Vampire Counts are getting a lot of unfair attention from the developers. Not only was their unit roster more complete than other factions at launch, but two of the three FreeLC Lords, Vlad and Isabella, were both for them. The former being a massive GameBreaker in single player. Counts are also considered a high tier army in multiplayer.

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* Some ''VideoGame/TotalWarWarhammer'' fans believe the Vampire Counts are getting a lot of unfair attention from the developers. Not only was their unit roster Having a more complete than other factions unit roster at launch, but two while being considered a strong faction in multiplayer. Two of the three FreeLC Lords, [=FreeLC=] Lords released post launch were for them as well, giving Counts twice as many Lords as the other factions, before Vlad and Isabella, Isabella were both for them. The former being a massive GameBreaker put in single player. Counts are also considered a high tier army in multiplayer.their own
subfaction.
11th Jul '17 9:24:43 AM PlasmaTalon
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* Some ''VideoGame/TotalWarWarhammer'' fans believe the Vampire Counts are getting a lot of unfair attention from the developers. Not only was their unit roster more complete than other factions at launch, but got two Free DLC Lords, Vlad and Isabella. The former being a massive GameBreaker. Counts are also considered a high tier army in multiplayer.

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* Some ''VideoGame/TotalWarWarhammer'' fans believe the Vampire Counts are getting a lot of unfair attention from the developers. Not only was their unit roster more complete than other factions at launch, but got two Free DLC of the three FreeLC Lords, Vlad and Isabella. Isabella, were both for them. The former being a massive GameBreaker.GameBreaker in single player. Counts are also considered a high tier army in multiplayer.
10th Jul '17 2:52:22 PM PlasmaTalon
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* Some ''VideoGame/TotalWarWarhammer'' fans believe the Vampire Counts are getting a lot of unfair attention from the developers. Not only was their unit roster more complete than other factions at launch, but got two Free DLC Lords, Vlad and Isabella. The former being a massive GameBreaker. Counts are also considered a high tier army in multiplayer.
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