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  1. Thanks Crell! I had no idea about this. 'To the innocent much is revealed.'
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  2. There are ways to find out. Join us in Tulkas and Compendium Item Scanner utopia.
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  3. Focus group is a good way to describe it. Although, stacking a focus group with people who are very vocal about their unending support of Turbine is kind of stacking the deck. It is almost as if being on the PC is a reward for unabashed hero worship. Hero worship may be too strong. Frickinmuck makes no sense to me as this person is only a paycheck away from actually working for Turbine. If they want complete and total approval of everything they may as well load of the PC with their parents. I'm sure 60 mothers would be more than adequate to stroke their egos.
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  4. Thats another criticism I just don't get that the graphics are dour and depressing. They are the polar opposite of WoW, Wildstar and the like and are more based in a realistic colour pallette so maybe its taste thing but some areas are absolutely stunning. Especially for the people who always complement the Lotro world builders, they'd really like the enviroments in TESO I'd guess.
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  5. It's been a busy weekend for me and there have been loads of posts here since I last read it so rather than answer every question specifically I figured I would just write one long and tedious post of ramblings instead, hopefully it does cover some of your questions. It is worth remembering as well that whilst the NDA has been lifted anything that was discussed recently by us and is hopefully still being discussed by the new lot and is still in development is still covered by the NDA, as well as the visit to Boston. The PC differed from the Palantir program in that (as I understand it)
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  6. in the book the poison came from a piece of Sansa's necklace. Also there was a female dwarf jouster that played a very large part latter on in the books. ​both of these events in the book show the work of an invisible hand or magic maybe the actions of a deity. These events stack up in the book and seem to be missing more often than not in the tv show. The books seem to be teasing and hinting of an underlying primitive force that shapes the world and pushes the choices of the lords and ladies of the various houses. You get the sense that they may have free will but the "gods" are consp
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