logical game

okay so first i have to say i understand why Ubisoft needs flashy cool outfits for the assassins but like dude. You are goddamn ASSASSIN. I mean like who would you suspect if you saw a dead body? A random young man walking near a haystack or a man with a hood, carrying two swords, four pistols, a few knives and god knows what else, standing in between two civilians trying to look casual and fit in by just standing there and not interacting? 

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A majority of Skyrim's side quests:
  • Person:Hey, dragonborn, will you go find my sword I left in this, like, REALLY dangerous Nordic burial site?
  • Dragonborn:K.
  • Dragonborn:*goes through a Nordic tomb that's crawling with draugers and then ransacks the whole place for 45 minutes before finding the sword**
  • Dragonborn:Here.
  • Person:Lol, I just remembered, this sword sucks ass, here you can have it.
Game of Thrones Writers' Room#3
  • Weiss:Hey David, do you have a second?
  • Benioff:Anything for you, pal.
  • Weiss:Well you know how we're going to have Jorah and Tyrion go through Valyria and Jorah will contract greyscale from a stoneman there?
  • Benioff:Yes, it's so smart and efficient.
  • Weiss:I know, you truly are a master for coming up with that. But I'm thinking...won't people be a little confused?
  • Benioff:You mean how Tyrion and Jorah can make it to Meereen on a tiny boat?
  • Weiss:No, no, that makes total sense. I meant will people remember what greyscale is?
  • Benioff:Oh good point, that is confusing. I know, let's just have random characters talk about it every single episode leading up to 5x05.
  • Weiss:Just any characters?
  • Benioff:Well Shireen had it, so just anytime she's in a scene we can bring it up there. And maybe a Red Priest talks about it, because why not?
  • Weiss:Oh that's perfect. Do you think people will wonder how the stone men got to Valyria?
  • Benioff:Probably. Let's just tell everyone that they're shipped there. Oh maybe Shireen was almost sent there.
  • Weiss:Absolutely! Nobles from Westeros would totally be encouraged to send their infected there, despite the fact that even pirates won't sail through Valyria.
  • Benioff:Makes sense to me! Now there will be no confusion! And this is pretty subtle, if I do say so myself.
  • Weiss:I couldn't agree more. Oh by the way, we need Dany to get married. Should we have that mentioned as an option at any point?
  • Benioff:I don't see why she couldn't just come up with it on the spot.
  • Weiss:Wow, that will be such a great character moment for her.

Monument Valley: A World of Impeccable Architecture, Geometry and Landscape Twists

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