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21st May '16 7:01:04 PM AlgaeNymph
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* The followup to the Odenathus episode, where James talks about one of the world's oldest heritage site being ripped apart. Goddammit, ISIS...

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* The followup to the Odenathus episode, where James talks about one of the world's oldest heritage site being ripped apart. Goddammit, ISIS...ISIL...
18th May '16 1:21:46 AM GamerFromJump2
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-->'''Daniel Floyd:''' Korea was free, but Yi would never see it. Thousands turned out to see his body returned to his small home village. People lined the road and wailed at the passing of a man they may never have met. The Chinese Admiral wrote for him a eulogy, and even the court and the king tried to make their recompense. And so passed the man so ill-treated in life; so often demoted and accused. The man who would forever be known as the Martial Lord of Loyalty.

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-->'''Daniel Floyd:''' Korea was free, but Yi would never see it. Thousands turned out to see his body returned to his small home village. People lined the road and wailed at the passing of a man they may never have met. The Chinese Admiral wrote for him a eulogy, and even the court and the king tried to make their recompense. And so passed the man so ill-treated in life; so often demoted and accused. The man who would forever be known as the Martial Lord of Loyalty.Loyalty.
* The followup to the Odenathus episode, where James talks about one of the world's oldest heritage site being ripped apart. Goddammit, ISIS...
7th May '16 6:16:43 AM SparkyDJM1
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---> What makes it somehow worse is that Justinian still worked hard to get his empire back in order. He never failed to remember his duty, to rule the empire that he worked hard to maintain. As Daniel says, most men would have given up and let the empire slide, but Justinian kept carried on even though he had lost some of his passion and joy for life.

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---> What **What makes it somehow worse is that Justinian still worked hard to get his empire back in order. He never failed to remember his duty, to rule the empire that he worked hard to maintain. As Daniel says, most men would have given up and let the empire slide, but Justinian kept carried on even though he had lost some of his passion and joy for life.
7th May '16 6:14:17 AM SparkyDJM1
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---> What makes it somehow worse is that Justinian still worked hard to get his empire back in order. He never failed to remember his duty, to rule the empire that he worked hard to maintain. As Daniel says, most men would have given up and let the empire slide, but Justinian kept carried on even though he had lost some of his passion and joy for life.
* Daniel's last words on Justinian's life, his death, his possible last thought and what might have been.
1st May '16 2:34:43 PM Matt620
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* Extra Credits does not shy away from how some people can ruin games and gaming for other people, and the effects are shown. The episodes on toxicity show the hurtful things said to other people without censorship. In the local multiplayer episode, a cartoon of a man is reduced to tears when his partner is raging.
3rd Apr '16 10:23:20 AM MrUnderhill
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!!Side Quest - ''VideoGame/DarkSoulsI''
* The Lost Izalith episode is just a bummer all around. Dan first meets Solaire, when the latter is [[HeroicBSOD having an existential crisis over not finding his personal sun]], and later Siegmeyer (aka. Onion Knight), who [[spoiler: dies from exhaustion after fighting the Chaos Eaters, even though he arguably fared better then Dan against them]]. ''Dark Souls'' veterans may also note that [[spoiler: Dan unknowingly passed the point-of-no-return to save Solaire, too, so he's not going to last much longer, either.]]
23rd Feb '16 7:42:20 AM ModelOmega
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* The way everything in the Byzantine Empire seems to fall apart following the Plague: a quarter of Constantinople's population is dead, with most buried in mass graves or stuffed into the city's walls, war resumes with Persia forcing Belisarius leave Italy to defend the homeland again, leading to Rome being lost to the Ostrogoths yet again; and compounding all this is Theodora dying to cancer which destroys Justinian emotionally.
18th Nov '15 11:19:06 PM Sandangel89
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* Even better, that was the second time he'd been demoted to the rank of a common soldier, and the third time he'd been demoted overall due to corrupt officials being more interested in petty grudges than the good of the nation.

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* ** Even better, that was the second time he'd been demoted to the rank of a common soldier, and the third time he'd been demoted overall due to corrupt officials being more interested in petty grudges than the good of the nation.
18th Nov '15 11:18:50 PM Sandangel89
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* Even better, that was the second time he'd been demoted to the rank of a common soldier, and the third time he'd been demoted overall due to corrupt officials being more interested in petty grudges than the good of the nation.
14th Nov '15 12:32:01 PM BobSaget9
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* The First Crusade. The one that's considered the ''successful'' one no less; so. many. lives. wasted. For seemingly no other reason than...well...nothing. To think that this was only the ''first.''

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* The First Crusade. The one that's considered the ''successful'' one no less; so. many. lives. wasted.less. So. Many. Lives. ''Wasted''. For seemingly no other reason than...well...nothing. well... '''nothing'''. To think that this was only the ''first.''''first''.
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