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Today is a great day to catch up on all my shows (even though I did most of it yesterday)...OUaT, SoA, Dexter, Boardwalk Empire, and then I had P&R, The Office, Fringe, and others yesterday. I kinda like not keeping up with them week to week, it makes things a little more exciting making myself wait.
I remember someone mentioning here on my profile that thier favorite SoIaF book is Storm of Swords, because it's kind of the climax of the saga. Well I am a little over halfway through SoS now and I just have to say: "HOLY SHIT!"
When the arrows starting flying in Lord Waldur Fray's house, aimed at Rob and the other Northerner's, I was so captivated. I just couldn't believe that Fray was that pissed about being snubbed by Rob. Wow, just wow.
I don't doubt that they can make some more great episodes in S8,9, and 10, but it's my favorite show and I just don't want it ruined >.>
I think Supernatural's strongest attribute was how great it's story arcs were, and how well they were built up. It's going to be hard to top S4, 5, and even 6, but if they can do it, I really look forward to it. I'm glad they are deciding to make the next 3 seasons a story arc, hopefully it will have as much gravitas as earlier seasons.
@dannys717 Honestly, while the show has had two weak seasons I think that's mainly a weakness of sloppy plotting and not show fatigue. The central performances are as good as the best seasons, so if Carver comes up with something compelling and they cast well they could be in for a solid late run. I haven't watched through Smallville but my understanding is that it was in worse shape by this point and still pulled out one of its stronger seasons in the final 3. The Supernatural concept is malleable enough there's no reason another 3 seasons would be an embarrassment.
@likwidsolutions Carver wants to do a 3 season arc and end after S10. If there is an overall story as opposed to a different big bad each season, this could work well. http://screenrant.com/supernatural-season-8-10-jeremy-carver/
Supernatural trailer looks pretty good. I look forward to S8, but I still hope this is the last season.
@Renegade Believe me, once you get your character fleshed out, Destruction magic is not weak at all. The only thing I disliked about the Destruction Magic route is that when you use robes, you have no defense whatsoever. I think they think that spells like Oakflesh, Stoneflesh, and the Wards make up for it, but it doesn't. Oak and Stoneflesh are good, but the Wards are annoying as hell to use, plus if you don't use dual destruction it can be a little weak, so that's one of the reasons I decided to make sure to have my character skilled in Light Armor. Ironically, I decided NOT to go with a physical character because those are usually the easiest characters to use. Although on my next game around I'm thinking of doing a Woodelf with One Handed and Archery, Sneak, Illusion, Light Armor, and others. I chose Woodelf for my first game but since I was going destuction magic, that was one of the worst calls I made, since it has no special magic bonuses. I decided to make my 2nd character a High Elf, much better choice.
Eh, I can never get into the destruction magic in these games. Feels a bit underpowered, but I guess if it's at no magicka cost through alchemy/enchant then it might be alright.
My preferred style of play has always been stealth. It's pretty easy but still very satisfying. Throw in a little illusion magic for creativity on assassin contracts (such as using frenzy on civs near your target), and it's normally pretty fun.
@Renegade412 Well I had a character started that I got up to level 34, but I didn't have enchanting and I was going the Destruction Magic route, so I decided to start a new character and work on getting Enchanting, Light Armor, Speech, Destuction, Restoration all up. And now I have added Alchemy and possibly Smithing (because I want to get Dragonscale armor). So most of my leveling comes from traveling and such, but I have used a few exploits (there is one you can do immediately after you start in Riften for 100 speech in 30 min or so, and it got me to level 14).
Now I have my Enchanting and Alchemy to a point where I can enchant my armor so that my Destruction spells cost 0, and I am loving it. I'm decked all out in Glass armor and enchanted all over. I have the black star and now I am working on the main quest.
I noticed you were a level 42 in Skyrim with virtually no quest lines completed. Yep, you're still going to be playing it for MONTHS.