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Anglachel
Anglachel Feb 6 2013, 10:25am replied:

I see what you're trying to say and it's pretty awesome :D

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Anglachel
Anglachel Feb 3 2013, 6:28pm says:

I could answer pretty much all those questions for you, if you'd like me to. I'm an especially atheist biologist actually, so this should be interesting ;)

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Anglachel
Anglachel Feb 3 2013, 6:19pm replied:

That's what I thought too, but then they would probably have different names/email adresses. But I don't think there will be that many doubles.

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Anglachel
Anglachel Feb 3 2013, 6:00am replied:

It sounded as if you were polishing up the petition before giving it to them :) But how exactly will you remove the doubles? Double IP adresses is the first thing that comes to mind, but I don't think you'll be able to get rid of the signatures signed by someone using different computers.

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Anglachel
Anglachel Feb 2 2013, 11:40am replied:

So you're going to present the numbers to them?

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Anglachel
Anglachel Jan 31 2013, 12:27pm replied:

Ah, that is well. Spring is the season of flourishing hope and joy. Let us pray it will live up to its name.

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Anglachel
Anglachel Jan 30 2013, 2:42pm replied:

LOL, well I actually used MTindle's avatar for a while back then :) So double the irony I guess

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Anglachel
Anglachel Jan 28 2013, 7:19pm replied:

I don't think so. WB doesn't have any grudge against MERP, this is all pure business. I don't see how WB would deem telling TE about MERP beneficial for their profits.

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Anglachel
Anglachel Jan 28 2013, 1:10pm replied:

You mean the people from Khand? I would imagine them to be quite like the people of Rhûn, but for the horses.

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Anglachel
Anglachel Jan 27 2013, 1:34pm replied:

I imagine the haradhrim would be more like the fancy type. The people of Rhûn remind me more of the mongolians and so indeed a more barbarian look would suit them in my opinion (much like the men of Rhûn as they are represented in The Last Days).

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Anglachel
Anglachel Jan 26 2013, 3:04pm replied:

They are destroying nothing yet. My believe in a positive outcome of this situation is growing every day.

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Anglachel
Anglachel Jan 23 2013, 2:32pm replied:

If you put it like that, yeah, if my little pony is allowed to be created, why not MERP? :) (I'm sorry, not a big fan of all that cute sweetness extravaganza called my little pony... )

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Anglachel
Anglachel Jan 18 2013, 10:45am replied:

You can read twitter without a twitter account :) I don't have a twitter or facebook account either

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Anglachel
Anglachel Jan 17 2013, 11:11am replied:

Not yet, but he probably will. Have a look at his twitter :)

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Anglachel
Anglachel Jan 16 2013, 4:37pm says:

Just noticed this over at the Skyrim nexus: Skyrim.nexusmods.com
Seems pretty good, although not getting remotely close to the ents TheDayWalker made. Still, I was impressed :)

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Anglachel
Anglachel Jan 15 2013, 5:04pm replied:

Forth Eorlingas!!
<typical Rohan violin soundtrack>

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Anglachel
Anglachel Jan 15 2013, 5:01pm replied:

Names_are_useless already found that such a petition would need to have 25000 signatures within 30 days. I don't think we could pull that off...

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Anglachel
Anglachel Jan 12 2013, 9:15am replied:

I think it's the latter, for lying wouldn't do much good for his fanbase.

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Anglachel
Anglachel Jan 8 2013, 9:20pm replied:

*Grabs Trollzooka*
You have 3 seconds to get the hell out of here.

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Anglachel
Anglachel Jan 6 2013, 11:52am says:

Yay, I'm in high spirits as I've just seen The Hobbit (me and my friends had decided to go together long ago and today was our first opportunity), which was very awesome (PJ did it again). Then I come home and see a MERP update. O man, today is a f*cking brilliant day :D

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Anglachel
Anglachel Jan 6 2013, 11:47am replied:

And if that happens, I think it's very important to get some kind of release out (an early alfa or something. The heightmap for example :) ). For if that happens MERP can't be C&D'ed as easily, as a version of it was already distributed (which was just the luck of TATW, as Nuvendil mentioned).

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Anglachel
Anglachel Jan 5 2013, 5:48pm replied:

And the occasional fool asking for a release date...

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Anglachel
Anglachel Jan 5 2013, 7:21am says:

Yay, 26.000 signatures. The petition is still going quite strong :)

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Anglachel
Anglachel Jan 4 2013, 5:32am replied:

That would mean their C&D is actually a scare tactic, though. For if they will C&D you and not sue an already finished big lotr mod, that means they're not willing or able to make an actual case out of it. This doesn't account for the other reasons ofcourse, but it's still a pretty strong and compelling argument.

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Anglachel
Anglachel Jan 2 2013, 6:00pm replied:

Actual flowing water (rowing a boat down Anduin wouldnt be very immersive without rapids and such), much better LOD's, multi cpu core support (Oblivion was HEAVILY cpu bottle-necked. Skyrim's is normally cpu bottle-necked because of all the different scripts), mountains look more realistic (in oblivion they look somewhat like upscaled hills) to name some more. So tons of very valid reasons.

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Anglachel
Anglachel Jan 2 2013, 7:43am replied:

Ipad fails on me again, +1

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Anglachel
Anglachel Jan 1 2013, 7:32pm replied:

I agree with you, but for the 'sort of'. How many hours have you put into Skyrim? I have 200 sharp as of now. I've payed some 50 euros for it (with both Dawnguard and Hearthfire), so that's 50/200=0.25 euros per hour. There I can honestly tell with a clean conscience that it was worth my money :)

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Anglachel
Anglachel Jan 1 2013, 7:53am says:

Happy new year everyone! I suppose everybody is living in 2013 in the meantime :) Let's hope 2013 will be a better year for MERP.

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Anglachel
Anglachel Dec 30 2012, 6:13pm replied:

Well, I'm not pro-console. It's just that I can understand the 'need' for them :)

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Anglachel
Anglachel Dec 30 2012, 5:29am replied:

It would for us pc gamers, but not for gamestudios and 90% of the console-users. For pc's can perform much better than the current consoles nowadays, but that only holds for mid- to high-end rigs. There is a lot of variation in pc hardware and so both pc users and game devs have to keep track of the huge variation of set-ups out there to respectively keep the game running or keep everybody happy.
Consoles are a much more convenient platform, because the hardware doesn't change. Therefore console users only have to upgrade once every 6-8 years and devs can optimize their games to the extreme for console hardware. I mean, if you take a look at the hardware an XBOX 360 or a PS 3 holds, it's nothing short of a miracle that Skyrim runs at more than 1 fps on both of them.

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