Chrono Days Sim Date 4.40 Chrono Days Sim Date is a cute dating simulation online game for girls of all ages.Interact with and date up to eight different characters.That's right, the 26-year-old pop star appears fresh-faced, while wearing an elf onesie, in an Instagram photo posted on Thursday, Christmas Eve.She sure knows how to party."You used to call me on my elf phone," she said, spoofing a lyric from Drake's track "Hotline Bling."Taylor had earlier this week shared more playful photos, which showed her and boyfriend Calvin Harris, 31, building a snowman and hanging out with her brother, Austin Swift, 23. It's just funny to have these signs that go everywhere. Yeah, the series is long done, but we'll always have the memories. Don't worry, the shippers got what they wanted in the end.Most of them are simple rules questions and people trying to figure out what exactly the difference is between the glaive, guisarme, guisarme-glaive and guisarme-volge (answer: not much), but there are some truly amazing glimpses of nerd minds at work in there.And luckily for you, you don’t have to spend the hours going through all of them, because I’ve found the best and dropped them onto some snazzy parchment for your reading pleasure! rules lawyering, and enjoy The 11 Strangest D&D Questions Ever Asked! Ranged Bad Touch: I’ll cop to editing these questions a little, mostly cutting out extraneous information on obscure 2nd Edition D&D loopholes that we’re all better off not reading about, but here it was more of an aesthetic choice, as the blunt answer carries an emphasis plain text just doesn’t get across.
I’ve played D&D for years, and I’ve been in enough groups that I can tell you beyond a shadow of a doubt that the dude who wrote this question can’t get through a session without talking about his “polearm.” Seriously, the happiest day of this guy’s life was finding out that a Breastplate helps your Armor Class and does not require you to wear any sort of pants. Bows Don’t Kill People, Archers Do: I’m honestly not sure if this one is a product of the D&D player’s signature love of minutiae and specificity or just the printed version of rolling your eyes when you’re asked something that’s right there in the book. Legolas, You Are NOT The Father: This is quite possibly my favorite question in the entire collection, and while I tried not to put too many of the long answers in, this one’s got too many gems to pass up: is given.provide the rules for how much damage you’ll do if you actually beat someone over the head with a longbow, thus ensuring that longbow-beatings would rise dramatically just after this issue was published. Imaginary Racism: It’s been observed before that Seriously, who wrote that part of the Monster Manual, David Duke? Someone thinks this question might not make sense?! Third, that the Sage offers up his thoughts on medicine from “this time period,” as though historical accuracy didn’t go completely out the window once the wizards showed up and started casting Quiche gets a bad rap, but as my pal (and rival comics blogger) Dave Campbell once pointed out, quiche is SCRAMBLED EGG PIE, often served with bacon and wine.And don’t even ask if they can get married under Greyhawk law. 2 Miter of Binding Edicts: This one cracks me up for a number of reasons, not the least of which being that asking how to “spice up” one’s D&D game makes it sound a lot like a marriage that’s gone into a rut: But beyond that — and the obvious hilarity of “well, now that I’ve slayed Ashardalon the Red Dragon, I guess it’s back to the Vatican” — there’s the core problem itself. The Sanctity of Same-Alignment Marriage: While getting the phrase “chaotic evil lady magic-user” was a bonus I was prepared for, I honestly wasn’t expecting the rest of this one: Magazine. Guinivere Is Officially Off the Market: And speaking of paladin marriages, we have this: campaign world young lady, you’ll obey my rules on dating! As it turns out, the question refers to a misprint in the “starting age” tables (misprints in tables being a menace that killed more adventurers than all the dragons in the game combined), but I like to imagine it’s actually a question about these young Elves today with their saggy chainmail and their low-rider war ponies. That’s the most barbarian-friendly food there is, with the exception of raw dinosaur tenderized by your own fists.This leads to Multiple Endings, though some Dating Sims make it possible to see several of these "endings" in a single playthrough.Some Sim Date games have been made into Harem anime, though the result is usually nothing special due to the removal of sex and the fact that the narrative can no longer focus on any single character.Let's see; she's smiling, so option one should work - unless that throwaway line of dialogue back in Chapter 2 was hinting that she was actually a Tsundere and so I should choose number two..on while I check the FAQ.