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  2. MooseGoneMad

    Games of the Decade (Official Discussion)

    A friend says Mass Effect 2. I think a Halo game might also qualify, but I've only played 3. It was pretty good.
  3. Yesterday
  4. Yeah I feel its going to break down as Top 5 are absolute Legends, next 10 were great, maybe some masters of their niche on spot 15-20, and 21-25 will probably end up feeling like honorable mentions. We'll see Im not trying to purposefully organize them in anyway. Oh snap how have we NOT included Overwatch
  5. MooseGoneMad

    Games of the Decade (Official Discussion)

    I’m really having trouble finding a game I think should be in this list but isn’t. For the most part, all of these games have been huge achievements in world building, story telling, visual beauty, depth of content, replayability, and technological advancement. Other games... more of a market success than a masterpiece, but those deserve consideration too.
  6. Need to put Red Dead Redemption 2 and Fallout New Vegas!
  7. *Game has to be released during Jan 2010-Dec 2019 This will be the official forum thread going forward for all those to list games they feel should be considered. You're welcome to continue the conversation in the game debate channel on Discord for some back and forth. This thread will be best for listing games and making arguments for games that may not be obvious for consideration. On todays podcast at 2pm ET on Twitch.tv/heavyshelf we’ll be starting the discussion that will be ongoing throughout December for Games of the Decade. This list is not final, it’s just a list from what’s been mentioned for consideration so far. We’ll be introducing other games for consideration next week, looking to make it a list of 25. On the back end of the month we’ll attempt to rank them accordingly. Witcher 3 Ori and the Blind Forest Breath of the Wild Pokemon Go Fortnite God of War The Last of Us Stardew Valley Rocket League Skyrim CS:GO PUBG GTAV Doom Borderlands 2
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    DIY Tabletop Stuff

  11. West

    DIY Tabletop Stuff

    I’ve thought about recreating Call of Duty’s Shoothouse 24/7 Map in Fortnite
  12. chiggin

    Heavyshelf Snap!

    Hi Moose, welcome back. This guy is kinda stinky! He looks so mean, I can totally believe that he's about to bite you. He does have some very nice ears though. Score: 2250
  13. MooseGoneMad

    Heavyshelf Snap!

    Back again with another guy. He's a young gecko hunter from Fallout: New Vegas getting ready to take a bite out of me.
  14. MooseGoneMad

    DIY Tabletop Stuff

    I've been sick today so I figured I might as well do something and ended up making this super minimal battlefield for a game project I'm working on. I was wondering what other people have done/made, so share your maps, props, and minis.
  15. I'll start with an unhelpful answer: You should have played wildstar while you had the chance ! *mutter* I disliked WoW Classic - the game has improved massively in the meantime. Specific recommendation would be FFXIV. I've played a bit of that, it seemed to have some clever mechanics and a good story. I have several friends who absolutely love it. My broader recommendation would be anything that has a City of Heroes style "sidekick" system, so players of different levels can play together.
  16. Literally just realized this is posted in the Minecraft club. *Facepalm*
  17. Can this be the official minecraft thread for now? (I swear I do more than be sketchy!)
  18. The jig is up. I admit it, I use to hate Minecraft, and now it's part of my daily routine. As a complete and utter noob, I would like to share some of my thoughts on what's pulled me into playing. For one, how malleable the world is. Within reason, if you can think it, you can build it. As someone who likes to build things, like Heavyshelf itself (weird flex, I know, but lemme do it.) I'm finding that my playstyle is hyperfocused on architecture. So dub me the architect. I also like seeing just how different everyone else's playstyles seem to be. @Spy The humble merchant, always at work, and eager to trade. @chiggin The simple Chicken farmer. @Rembo The Renaissance man of the server, perhaps the lands Leonardo Da Vinci when it comes to building contraptions. @Azariah The willing neighbor, but he's only going to help you with something once, otherwise you need to learn how to do things on your own. @MooseGoneMad Then there's Moose, to be honest, he just seems sketchy to me. Either way, it's been a good first few days with Minecraft, and it has given me that sense of wonder that often fades away with video games when you get older. So I'm looking forward to seeing what everyone has in store. Humble beginnings of my Grand Castle Moutain.
  19. A revolution is on the horizon, where will y’all stand?
  20. Welcome, For the time being, we're using this club as the official signup for the Official Heavyshelf Minecraft Club/Server. Rules and more details to follow. Refrain from posting in "The Diamond Pen" until allowed otherwise. Thank You.
  21. West

    Heavyshelf Podcast Details

    Sorry for the confusion and unreasonably long delay in response. The previous podcast episodes were on a computer that was in need of repair so the audio files couldn't be accessed until recently. All of the previous podcasts will start to trickle onto iTunes and YouTube over the next coming days. We'll also update the details on the events calendar soon.
  22. Phallen Cassidy

    Heavyshelf Podcast Details

    I have heard the first episode of the podcast, but I can't find the others anywhere. There's an event tag which says a new one is coming up, but no information about where/how I can listen. Can someone hold my hand through this? I'm lost, scared, and need an adult.
  23. West

    Neat Spells/Abilities in Games?

    I was just thinking of this mixed with Spy's suggestion. The ability would be invisibility and you could either use it with limitations (lower mana) to sneak up on enemies, but you have higher health to deal with them, OR trade of health, and risk it, but if you made the right call you have enough invisibility to clear the entire level or area without encountering anyone. The kicker would be that if you do that once, you wouldn't be able to get up to full health again for the remainder of the level. Maybe only 75% health, that way it's balanced, and you aren't just fading into the either every few minutes after waiting on your mana to recharge.
  24. Truly a sight to behold when what seems like a whacky, out-there, or otherwise limiting build turns out to be the standard. Of course, this is a different discussion entirely, but it's not like Skyrim has much going for it character-build-wise besides simple combos like this. Now a play through where you use illusion to *technically* not kill anyone? That's a sight to behold. That's also more challenge territory than it is a goofy build.
  25. I'll have to put some more thought into it, but when I first got into streaming I thought I was doing something really unique when I decided to do a run of Skyrim as a stealth archer. No other weapons allowed whatsoever. Little did I know that thousands of other people had come up with the same idea.
  26. I have made a series of seriously messed up characters in Sims 4, but probably by far my favorite was Dwayne Brown, whose aspiration was serial romantic and traits were non-committal, hates children, and slob. I had him meet, have a child with, then dump EVERY SINGLE WOMAN in the town. Even the married ones. It. was. GLORIOUS. I also gave him a wife from the start just for the drama. His wife was family oriented, jealous, and a perfectionist so they hated each other. Am I a bad person?
  27. In a world full of fun and entertaining games that you can mess around with, there are too many options to sort through. However, after staring at my steam games for a while I finally came to the conclusion that I would go with a good old build from a game I play called Smite. Smite is a MOBA like LOL and Dota 2 but it has a 3rd person view instead of a top down. It also has great meme build potential. Now, while there are some great ones out there like building full lifesteal on Anubis so you can heal to full health every time a wave of minions comes by, or building full movement speed on Mercury and just running around the map periodically smacking people to death if you find them alone. However, all these pale in comparison to one build in particular: full attack speed Ymir. For those who don't know, Ymir is a guardian that whenever he hits an opponent with his abilities, his basics deal bonus damage for about 3-4 seconds. Now, by building full attack speed you will be able to hit them about 10 times in those seconds. Is this good? Not at all. Is it hilarious? Absolutely. The build offers no survivability so you will die from a random ult from an enemy god, but your auto attacks do so much damage if you get the kill you will feel so good. Other great memes I've done are mage only in DS3 and DS2, Skyrim stealth run where I leveled my sneak to 100 before exiting Helgen, and super speed Payday 2 loadout.
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