Incase you’re wondering, my raw score on the test was which converts to an IQ score of 94
This shit is doing weird shit and keeps restoring an old version and losing all my edits and paragraphs and shit, the bloody shitting bollock!
I’ve just seen this today, and at the time of me writing this I have to go to work for an afternoon shift. I’ll complete the test tomorrow.
Your master’s IQ is too high to be measured by that test: Taller than you as well….. so, just better. Innit?
Yeah because you just googled the obscure words that nobody ever actually uses in real life that were in the test to find out which ones meant the same thing.
I know you’re taller than me. It’s the cold hard truth that I’m a short man, in the bottom percentile for men in the UK(google it) and that soo many women are taller than me by a couple of inches too. It hurts so bad I don’t want to go outside some days. But it’s ok because I have all the tabletop games of the last 40 odd years to take my mind off my problems.
What do you actually DO with all these games? I mean, you don’t seem to actually play them. Which is the best?
۱٫ I just look at the books and the artwork and imagine what it’d be like to have a group of friends who were also interested in gaming that I could have an actual game with. What’s the “best” game to me obviously could be different to what you’d like.
I don’t really have a favorite tabletop RPG or boardgame or card game. I try to make myself like every game I read about for some reason, and get worried if I read negative reviews about games, especially negative reviews about RPGs. So I think to myself “Well if someone had the will to, they could take that product and fix anything that I didn’t like about it. So in essence, in I find a product that I have my doubts about, I imagine what a “perfect version” of that product would be like and pretend that it really exists.
As an example, can you recall me showing you Atlas Games’ 1990 Ars Magica 2nd/3rd edition supplement called The Sorcerer’s Slave? Here’s a link to it on Scribd:
Obviously it’s only an adventure book, there aren’t any game rules/systems in there to try to find anyquibbles with (if there was they could be houseruled anyway to my desire) I don’t mind this product, the adventure itself is “solid and complete” and the cover art and interior maps are fine, but the interior drawings of buildings and architecture are of disgustingly bad quality. The first on page 12 isn’t terrible, I could accept that, but the ones on pages 17 and 26 are painful to look at. So my solution for the anxiety I might experience from this product not being “perfect” in the art department is to imagine the bad art isn’t really there, just ignore it. Or ask my cousin who’s very good at drawing to erase them out and redraw them so that they still resemble what the bad art is supposed to be, but make it look good…. if you see what I mean.
I don’t actually own every single game listed on that site, not even a quarter of them
۲٫ Feng Shui: the action movie RPG would probably be at the top of my list of best ever tabletop games though, even though there are systems that simulate cinematic action movie fight scenes with less “hassle” Who doesn’t like action movies?