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  1. I don't have any specific trigger subjects. Nothing NSFW, of course. Beyond that, I may not know until I hear the question. I will take questions asked in stride and be chill about it, but am allowed to politely decline or answer diplomatically/vaguely if I feel the question far too personal, legitimately makes me uncomfortable, or I feel will affect my relationship with any place of employment past, present or future. I think that's fair.
  2. I've got one more for the list. In Dragon Quest Builders 1, there's a hidden quest, a monster in the final chapter that you can invite to Tantegel. Official guides say it can be found in one of the caves of the swampy region. Brush up against the wall, and a speech bubble will appear. Break that wall, and you'll meet Androo the Drohl. But it wasn't there. More research said it could actually be in any cave in either mountain range on the island. So, like a dummy I searched all the caves, multiple times, for more hours than was worth it. In frustration, I whipped out my magic cannon and started unleashing my wrath upon the mountain ranges. It turns out that Androo was actually in the mountain almost straight ahead of the red teleportal you arrive through, but the game had generated that cave with no entrance at all. Deeply frustrating and a waste of time. So, if you can't find Androo on the first sweep of the caves, know that the game can generate caves with no entrance and maybe try what I did.
  3. I've thought about that a lot over the last decade or so. I've looked at expat communities in Mexico, because I have family from there and can more easily apply for citizenship, and maintain then dual citizenship. But, I also really loved that time I spent in Oahu, HI. There's good hiking. A number of state parks. I have to do more research, though to see what's a better fit. There's a difference between visiting somewhere and living there. I'm definitely a city brat, being from the Bronx, and having access to the arts is important to me, but I have a deep appreciation of nature, hiking, camping and fishing.
  4. For me, it was the Chocobo Trainer Race mini game, which is also part of a side quest to get Tidus' ultimate weapon in FFX. Those stupid birds swoop in from nowhere at all, at random. I hate that mini game. I hate it with every fiber of my being. I got so upset, I almost broke my controller.
  5. I participated in a friend's D&D podcast recently and had a little bit of an issue with it picking up, I assume, the laptop hum, which I was able to fix by reducing the decibels. But this was being recorded by a different service than I've used before. I used to use Skype with an external program to record everyone's audio with no issue on the same mic. I had a friend recommend using Discord and the multi-track voice channel recording bot, Craig. He said sped up his workflow a lot. If I start my own podcast back up, I'll probably use either Discord with Craig or try listnr.fm. I'm curious to see if I have any mic issues on those.
  6. Infinity Stones supports are only available by ranking in PvP. We want them to remain rare as a way to reward MPQ's true hardcore fans.
  7. I prefer having music on, but I'll play without sound if it's late at night. I tend to not use headphones if my kid is at home so that I can hear him if there's a problem.
  8. Nosferatu The Iron Giant Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Batman: Mask of the Phantasm Seven Samurai Singin in the Rain Vertigo Sorry to Bother You Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure Night of the Living Dead Midsommar Get Out The Shining Jurassic Park The NeverEnding Story (A whole generation of children learned about the potential effects of depression from this film)
  9. Even if I wasn't predisposed towards vertigo, current VR headsets look enormous and uncomfortable for someone that's a 5-foot tall woman with a tiny head. I'm literally wearing a set of child-size glasses right now.
  10. These days? Sleep. I work a lot, and then there's the kid. So, sleep is what I like to do for fun. But, when I actually have some free time, I draw. I build things. The last 5 or so years, I've been building dice jails of various sizes for use in TTRPG groups. But I've done larger work, like built simple furniture and done modifications to bought furniture to make it fit a space better. I like working with my hands. I like hiking and biking too. I learned some Karate in HS, and sometimes I work that into my exercise routine. I haven't had time to lately, but I'd love to get that back in my workout again because it feels good. I'm still living in the same state I was born, though I've visited other states. I'm originally from the Bronx, NY. I've lived in the Bronx, Queens, Manhattan, and in Westchester County. A lot of people go to Manhattan and never venture outside it. But, I'd recommend exploring the boroughs if you do come here. Especially if you like your food. There's a lot of good food if you're willing to venture out a little farther. I'm bummed that some of my favorite places closed during the pandemic, but I'm sure I'll find some new delicious eats.
  11. It's mostly games for me too, but I still get to read sometimes. But it's usually late at night and paragraphs at a time. That's a pretty far cry from that time I read The Stand in one day, but right now I'm slowly making way through the sequel to The Girl with All the Gifts.
  12. I was just about to mention Burnout. I was never crazy about Burnout Paradise. But I loved 3 and I still play Burnout Legends on my PSP. I've never been huge into sim racing, but I will try to cause four car pile ups on the way to the finish line all. day. long.
  13. Live out that comic book fantasy and assemble your own team in the Match-3 RPG Marvel Puzzle Quest. Recruit Super Heroes ranging from bold to obscure, battle through storyline campaigns and in-game events, and unlock Super Heroes, upgrades, and more. Do you have MPQ questions? Ask here and get an answer! Twitter | Instagram | Facebook
  14. I have some different games I jump into on mobile when I'm running around. It's mostly more casual games on mobile. But, I'll dip into more serious game games too. I play Alpaca World, Dungeon Village, Marvel Puzzle Quest, Transistor. I still need to play through Final Fantasy 15 Pocket Edition. I have a bunch more that I had to delete off my phone for now because my phone is my main way I listen to music and I use some space heavy art related apps on there.
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