Elden ring remembrance of hoarah loux

Been loving reading these, wondering if you guys have any more..

2023.04.01 13:08 Luke117B Been loving reading these, wondering if you guys have any more..

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2023.04.01 12:48 Filianore_ hey, my 6800xt crashes on high demand, i cant change for now. what should i do to prevent it from crashing?

after long periods of constant GPU > 99% performance (half-hour - 1hour), it crashes and i have to manually restart the PC for it to become functional again
maintance told me i need to change graphics card, that this problem will get more frequent as time passes until a short circuit and the GPU will burn and maybe take motherboard with it
At the same time, old and better optimized games that requires lower GPU usage (85-95%), like elden ring 4k60fps, i didnt get a single crash in 300+hours of gameplay.
So i was wondering if theres a way i can somehow lower my GPU perfromance via software and prolong my GPU lifespan somehow?
b550 asrock
tuf 6800xt
32 ram 700 power supply

Thanks !!
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2023.04.01 12:29 polticallycorrect_ PS5 Elden Ring Radagon, summon by Elden throne site of grace. Password:spoons

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2023.04.01 12:12 BohemianCamarilla 23 M Europe - History and Literature Enthusiast

Hi. I'm looking to talk to some new people, maybe make some friends
They are:
History, especially the 19th-20th century but with more broad and general knowedge in other time periods. I'm not an expert or anything but I am pretty passionate about it and tend to read/listen about one event or the other on a pretty regular basis.
Literature, especially old novels. I recently read Demian (my all time favourite book), Day of the Oprichnik, Heart of Darkness, the Perfume and Little Prince. Currently started reading Blood Meridian. Some of my other favourite works would include: "The Picture of Dorian Gray", "Faust part I" (need to get to part II) and "No Longer Human". I also like to write short stories and book reviews.
Languages. I know three, with one being a bit rusty. I'm currently working to scrape off the rust and then when I'm finished with that will begin to learn a fourth language. It's fun to go through different works in multiple languages. For example, I read the aforementioned Faust part I in all three.
Games. I recently played Cyberpunk 2077. Now that the dust has settled and the bugs mostly removed...It's not that bad! The main questline at least, Fallout 76 (Very average, I'm dissapointed with what they made the "RPG" system) and will try out Deus Ex Manking Divided again ( Got inspired since it's somewhat similar to Cyberpunk). I was waiting to play Elden Ring but it ended being too stressful for me. Go here and get beaten up go there and get beaten up, repeat...Besides that I'm a big fan of Paradox strategy games...like EU IV and HoI IV (also thinking of making my own project for HoI IV). I am definitely looking forward to try out Victoria III, after they add more content to it. I also got Modern Warfare 2, since the first MW had great multiplayer gameplay.
Anime and Manga. In recent times my interest has waned but I still watch the occasional series here and there. Like Cyberpunk Edgerunners (Which I found to be rather mediocre) and the very good new season of Bleach. Some other favourites include: Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood, Death Note, Fate;Zero, Psycho Pass , Higurashi (season 2 is a bit weak but the first one is a masterpiece of horror), Code Geass, Attack on Titan and others. My favourite Manga is Berserk...I hope it gets a good ending..the first couple of new chapters were...a bit rough but the new author seems to have got his footing.
Anyway, that should be enough information to give you a good picture... Before I go, I would like to ask for you to include the title of the last book you read in your reply. A small request, I feel. I'll be ignoring those that don't
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2023.04.01 12:10 Dry_Wealth2717 Thank you, fellow Red Man!

Hello guys I wanted to thank you all for ur great work and tell you all about my little journey to 699 Rune Arcs.
It all started back in September, when i had long forgotten about Elden Ring. I saw the EldenRingPvp subreddit and i got hooked up on the Pvp part of the game, a bit later i found the BRM sub.
I was faszinated by you guys and ur afford to win against shitters, ganks and overleveled Phantoms.
So i started to play Eldenring again, and let me tell you, I was so bad at Pvp, it was sad.
I was playing in the 125 bracket, the worst place to start as a beginner.
So I had the fantastic idea to start a new character and stay on the low level to learn about pvp, but man this was a bad idea.
My RL 30 3/1 character found himself in such a terrible place, everywhere there where only overleveled phantoms that would one shot you, Runearced bonfire Duelist and ganks by weird Guts guys and Mages. It started to get better with each Pvp patch, but the beginning was really hard.
But I still keept going and started to improve myself. I finally started to get better, stopped to panicroll doing some crazy backstep attacks and landed some parrys.
At the beginning I was always in panic, but now I feel like nothing will ever being able to let me lose my cool head, because of the crazy gank situations where you where avoiding all kinds of spells and incants while hardswapping to a different weapon.
Also it was quite a fun and hard journey as an RL30 to work my way up to the Giants Mountain, to find some new weapons or other stuff to try for my invasions. also respect for the RL1 Bros, you guys are cool.
Over the course of a few months I finally did it and got all the Rune Arcs, this wasn’t my goal when I started this little Character, but it felt so amazing to see myself getting better every invasion, so I decided to keep going till the stash was full and yesterday around midnight it happend, I completed my journey. I learned a lot from the BRM videos here, I took every tip and trick I could learn from you guys.
I will now stop the invasions and finally let this character rest, maybe he will be back when the dlc comes. Meanwhile I will continue to enjoy your invasions and lurk in this Subreddit.
I just wanted to thank you guys, keep up the good work and never let them corrupt your mind with their bad attitude. So take a sip from your Crimson Flask and never give up Kings and Queens of the Bad Red Man realm.
Special thanks goes to:
GaelTheVapeMaster, I really enjoy your strong and heavy attack builds, even more your starcaller gravity kills, they are fantastic.
drunksouls69, your spellblade builds are crazy, I love them.
Every Single Bad Red Man out there, keep going my fellow Red Man.
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2023.04.01 11:56 Alternative-Wash2019 Does this game have a good plot?

By plot I mean plot, not lore. I prefer story being told through cutscenes like The last of us. Games with heavy lore but very little plot like Elden Ring aren't my cup of tea (although I understand why a lot of gamers like those games). I really dig the art direction of Control, so if it has a good plot I'll definitely buy it. I love Alan Wake btw.
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2023.04.01 11:56 Savings-Analysis-170 demigod and tarnished height differences (art by me: @ashartstuffs on twitter)

demigod and tarnished height differences (art by me: @ashartstuffs on twitter)
yeah no shot miquella is the size of a human child especially when demigods are huge in general, even before they claimed the shards of the elden ring (source: godwyn in the intro)
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2023.04.01 11:43 KingOfEthanopia Invasions Feel Like They're Missing Shenanigans

I've been a Souls player for a long time and have spent a good amount of time invading in every title since Bloodborne and have probably 1500 hours invading in Elden Ring.
I've got to say, invasions inthis game are fun. I'm still rocking through my first playthrough, struggled at first, but have gotten the hang of it, and am up to the O&S in this game.
Disregarding the connection issues in this game, I have been enjoying the invasions. Still they feel like they're missing one of my favorite part of souls invasions and thats the shenanigans you can get up to.
For example, I love camping out with mimic veil or using the invisibility talisman and popping out to knock another player off ledge with a greatbow/cannon or hitting them with a strong AoW when they run past the hiding spot for a one shot.
This game it feels like invasions require you to confront the host party directly which is fun, but requires less tactical thinking and limits your play style. The closest I've found is sneaking around and getting a headshot with the cross bow but that feels way different and isn't guaranteed.
Also, a minor gripe but the loot I get for it seems pretty bad. I know there's some randomness to it but I think I've gotten one four star item and no five. Do those ever pop up? Isn't just because I'm not super far into the game.
Don't get me wrong the games fun but despite ER feeling a little stale I'm still popping it in over half the time I feel like invading to get my kicks.
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2023.04.01 11:12 Dryadversity Thoughts on the ecosystem of Caelid (and Mohgwyn), and the significance of Radahn "howling at the sky"

Thoughts on the ecosystem of Caelid (and Mohgwyn), and the significance of Radahn
Blood and flame
The first thing I'd like to discuss is the relationship between Caelid and Mohgwyn, which is beneath its eastern side. The theorist Quelaag posited that the blood in Mohgwyn might be the result of the blood from the conflicts and wars fought in Caelid seeping into the soil and into the underworld. My first thought was that the red in Caelid in scarlet rot, not blood; but I still think she could be right.
This gave me some ideas on what the burning stone structures found in Caelid are, and what their purpose is. Throughout the region is something called the "Smoldering Wall", which just looks like burning rocks—kind of like charcoal. There's also the Smoldering Church found at the border of Caelid and Limgrave, which has the same fiery and stony constitution.
the Smoldering Wall
The theory I had went like this: Scarlet rot drives people to madness (e.g. Radahn), provoking them to shed blood and slaughter each other. In alignment with Quelaag's theory, this blood seeps into the soil and drips into the underground, filling Mohgwyn with blood. This blood is then lit aflame with the power of the Formless Mother—which can be seen in Mohgwyn, as the same fire architecture is present here. The fire burns and rises back toward the surface, inciting more conflict and inspiring more bloodshed, thus creating a blood-cycle analogous to the water cycle. In this framework, liquid water is gas, and gaseous water is both a) boiling blood and b) fire.
My take is that the boiling blood is just blood just hasn't been heated enough to become bloodflame. You might notice that the Sanguine nobles' blood emits steam; since they are lesser officials in the dynasty's hierarchy, it would make sense that their blood would not be as powerful, or hot enough to ignite.
Picture by LittleChurchLore; you can see the heated, steaming blood of the Sanguine Noble.
The Formless Mother and god of rot
I think this blood cycle could be more evidence for the view that the Formless Mother and god of rot are the same entity, or closely related. In a recent post, I talked about how the purple and green amorphous patterns visible in the Lake of Rot's map depiction support the theory that the Lake of Blood is analogous to cursed or rotted blood, and is being stabbed with the Ainsel River like the unalloyed gold needle. This is because the same purple and green coloring is found on Morgott's cursed sword, which we know contains the cursed blood of the Omen. So rot is compared to cursed blood, which I think can be brought back to the idea of rotted blood.
In the comments of that post, user ElA1to suggested this design on the Lake of Rot could also be representing the blood of the Formless Mother. I wasn't immediately convinced, because I didn't recall any mention of the Formless Mother's blood being cursed; plus, if the Formless Mother seeks out cursed blood as the game says, this might suggest her own blood doesn't have this quality. Why would she seek it if she already has it? Does she just want more? However, ElA1to's comment gave me the idea that the blood of the Formless Mother might be equivalent to the blood of the Omen, as a result of their symbiotic relationship. I think the Omens' and Formless Mother's blood might go through a blood cycle of its own: one in which the Omen sacrifice blood to her by wounding themselves, and in exchange, receive some of it back as powerups by wounding her in battle; the blood of the Formless Mother is actually their own blood returned to them.
So, there is quite a bit of information linking the Formless Mother to the rot god. As ElA1to mentioned, the Lake of Rot might be the blood of the Formless Mother, or analogous to it. Both rotted blood and cursed blood are something that is often suppressed by the afflicted, i.e. in the second phases of Malenia's and Morgott's fights. Fire architecture, which I think is interspersed with bloodflame, is found in both Mohgwyn (Formless Mother) and Caelid (rot). There are red geysers in both Mohgwyn, and in the Swamp of Aeonia. As Gideon the Half-Knowing noticed, there are only two "exultation" talismans in the game: the Kindred of Rot's exultation, and Lord of Blood's exultation. And finally, as I just discovered, the Mohgwyn swamp even contains scarlet rot.
I haven't been able to find scarlet rot anywhere else in Mohgwyn; it might just be this one spot.
All that being said, there's good reason to object to this theory of the two gods being the same. I'm sure there are multiple valid counterarguments, but the one I'd like to bring to attention is the antagonistic relationship between fire and rot. The description for Radahn's great rune reads: "The Great Rune burns, to resist the encroachment of the scarlet rot." Some have claimed we can see Radahn using this rune in the trailer (since he's on fire), and I think this is probably correct. Nonetheless, Elden Ring is a game with a lot to say about combining things that contradict each other. Even if the Formless Mother and god of rot are not the same, it does seem they share a particularly close relationship. Maybe, if bloodflame burns rot, this is another example of a war between gods, and parallels the conflict between Melina/The Greater Will and the Frenzied Flame?
Here's an additional angle, while we're on the topic: If rot is indeed the blood of the Formless Mother, then maybe this is why she seeks Omen blood—because Omen blood burns, and can resist scarlet rot. This would potentially make Malenia a mirror to the Formless Mother, and Miquella a mirror to the Omen.
More on the smoldering architecture, and its significance
Another idea I had on the fire architecture is that it represents ambition. As mentioned, the wall and church are both described with the word 'smoldering'. Morgott tells us:
"I see thee, little Tarnished. Smoldering with that wretched flame of ambition."
So the flame of ambition smolders. This actually appears to relate to the cut content of the Smoldering Church, in which Bernahl's maiden could be found. In the restored content, she is seen covered in bandages, likely because she burned herself at the forge, or because she was preparing for it with lesser burns. Since becoming Elden Lord requires burning the Erdtree at the forge, there is a clear relation between the ambition of ascending to the Elden Throne, and fire. That appears to be the idea this church once, or still represents.
picture by Laurelinarean
There is a second hint in this line of Morgott's: the word 'wretched'. This word is used to describe the swamp in Mohgwyn. The last part of the description for Mohg's great rune reads:
"Mohg and Morgott are twin brothers, and their Great Runes are naturally similar. But Mohg's rune is soaked in accursed blood, from his devout love for the wretched mire that he was born into far below the earth."
I believe that when Morgott calls the flame "wretched", he is referring to the bloodflame rising from Mohgwyn. I also believe he is expressing his loathsome feelings for his brother, as well as himself, since like Mohg, he also possesses the flammable blood of the Omen. Still, I do think the wretched flame Morgott speaks of could also be the giant's flame, and the fire of the Crucible. I don't think there is necessarily a contradiction between these interpretations; Morgott seems to view all fire as bad.
The latter two interpretations, i.e. of the giant's flame and Crucible, actually have some evidence of their own, in the fire architecture I've been describing. I forget who it was (I'd cite them if I did), but someone noticed that the Mohgwyn mausoleum actually appears to be sitting atop, and embedded in, a petrified tree.
from the website Attack of the Fanboy
I'm not sure if they mentioned this part, but you can only see the fire on this petrified texture; the regular rock walls do not contain flames. If the theory is true, which I believe it is, then it's the fourth example so far of a region in the game being placed on or identical to a petrified tree. The other two are the Mountaintops of the Giants (credit to Eredin), Raya Lucaria, and Mt. Gelmir.
It's not hard to apply this new information on burning, petrified trees to Caelid. The smoldering wall and smoldering church might not be stone at all. Instead, I think it's more likely they are burning, petrified wood—once again, relating to Morgott's fear that the Tarnished will burn the Erdtree. This in turn could imply that all of common churches in the Lands Between are made of petrified wood.
Giants, scavenging, and dragonrot
It's been observed that the giant dogs in Caelid have some similarities with the crows. They kind of walk like birds, and have been compared to T-Rexes, which were likely ancestors to birds. And so, I find it interesting that Gurranq, who is found in the region of Caelid called Dragonbarrow, is sort of like a combination of a dog and crow. Gurranq is a wolf, but the armor he wears, particularly his headpiece, resembles the body of a crow. Furthermore, Gurranq is a giant wolf, and giants are also found in Caelid. So I think you could argue that he's like a synthesis of various creatures found in this region.
Something interesting about the larger animals in Caelid is that they are known for being scavengers. Crows are scavengers, as are some dogs. The theme of scavenging ties into Caelid because the whole area is rotted; and rot arises from corpses, which actually makes Caelid something like the ideal habitat for these creatures. Radahn is also depicted as a scavenger, since he is explicitly said by Jerren to gorge on corpses.
A similar argument could be made for Gurranq. This is because Destined Death, which Melina calls "death indiscriminate" is able to consume (because it's fire) soulless bodies and spirits alike. (This is based on the idea that Destined Death can kill both body and soul, and is in this sense indiscriminate). To destroy whatever is left of the self (body or soul) is arguably similar to scavenging, since scavenging involves taking what's left of an organism, the body, and consuming/destroying it. So Gurranq, as well, is a kind of scavenger. Even more evidence for this is his appetite for Deathroot; if you eat something that is dead, that makes you a scavenger.
Gurranq: a combination of giant dogs (scavengers) and giant ravens (scavengers), who has the power to dispose of the remains of living (or half-living) things, and eats death
As the last part of this section, I wanted to share a thought I had on the dragons, and why Caelid (more specifically Dragonbarrow) contains so many of them. I believe it has to do with the poison-resistant attributes of great dragonflies, and that the regular dragons actually have some poison-resistant qualities as well. The great dragonfly head item description reads: "Head of a large dragonfly. Material used for crafting items. Long believed to have the ability to neutralize poisons." This neutralizing power is proven through the neutralizing boluses and immunizing cured meat, both of which require great dragonfly heads as ingredients.
Howling at the sky
Radahn imitates Godfrey, who is associated with lions. Radahn even identifies as Godfrey's lion, which might be an expression of admiration, or a more specific reference to Serosh. Yet, lions do not howl; they roar. What animal does howl? A wolf. This is likely why Jerren, earlier in the cutscene, likens Radahn to a dog:
"Now he gathers the corpses of former friends and foes alike, gorging on them, like a dog."
More evidence that that links Radahn's howling to wolves includes similar behavior from Gurranq and Blaidd. Depending on the conditions, Gurranq can be found outside the Bestial Sanctum, howling at the sky. It may not be a coincidence that this location is right next to the Wailing Dunes. Blaidd also howls at the night sky, on top of Mistwood ruins. So "howling at the sky" is a pattern that establishes Radahn as a character with lupine qualities.
Why is this important? Recall this text from Radahn's armor, which is unique to his helm:
"Helm of the golden lion, with flowing red hair. Worn by General Radahn.
Radahn inherited the furious, flaming red hair of his father Radagon, and is fond of its heroic implications.'I was born a champion's cub. Now I am the Lord of the Battlefield's lion.'"
Radahn used to be Radagon's "cub", since a) he is his child, and b) Radagon is associated with wolves, e.g. in Marika's description of him as a "leal hound", and in Radagon's red wolves.
So Radahn used to be Radagon's cub, and in adulthood, he imitated the Elden Lord he admired most: Godfrey. However, "now", after losing his mind to Malenia's scarlet rot, he is left wandering, scavenging, and howling like the dogs in Caelid. He's been reduced to a contradiction; someone who still wears armor emblazoned with lions, but who no longer has the strength to properly identify with one. To put it one way, he has regressed.
Fire is arguably Radahn's primary visual motif. As the aforementioned description states, Radahn inherited Radagon's "flaming" red hair. You may recall that fire is depicted as a regressive force, e.g. through the Frenzied Flame, and in Radagon himself, who tried to undo the shattering of the Elden Ring through smithing—another process that involves fire. In line with this idea of regression, I believe Radahn not only regressed from lion to wolf, he also regressed to a wolf cub; a child.
Radahn howls at the sky because he has regressed to a childlike state. I don't think this is meant to represent immaturity, exactly, just the often-pitiable emotional states children experience, and their dependence on adults; I also think it's meant to reference the tendency for infants to cry. I believe Radahn is crying out in pain, for someone to kill him, and for his father, Radagon. I think he's expressing these cries through howls—as this is the language that another wolf would surely understand.
Finally, I'd like to mention a parallel that the conflict between Radahn and Malenia, and the former's regression to a cub, has with Sekiro. In Sekiro, when you die to Lady Butterfly, she says: "You were still just a puppy." Of course, Lady Butterfly is similar to Malenia, because Malenia is also a butterfly, and is associated with them. So in both games, you have butterfly women attacking characters associated with wolves, and reducing them to cubs. Also, the fight takes place in a burning room with flaming columns, which kind of resemble the fire architecture seen in Caelid.
The Red Lion
From what I've found, in alchemy, the red lion represents the maturing of the green lion after it's swallowed the sun, and corresponds with the tempering of primal instincts. This didn't sound like it matched Radahn at first... but the part about the red lion being "matured" does remind me of the wolf-to-lion evolution described earlier. Another factor is that if Radahn is taking after Godfrey, he might have admired his restraint just as much as his strength. Again, he seems to have compared himself to Serosh, who inhibits Godfrey's bloodlust.
It's worth noting that the green lion symbol in alchemy is sometimes depicted as having seven red stars along its side, which may connect to Radahn's role as the starscourge. Furthermore, the green lion is depicted eating the sun, which is a star. If the green lion eats stars, could the other stars along its body represent other stars that it's consumed? Maybe this is in fact what turned the green lion red—the consumption of red stars. (Or maybe this was just the interpretation FromSoft went with.) It could also tie into Rykard's goal of devouring the gods, since he is Rykard's brother, and the sun and stars were frequently identified as deities in ancient times.
the Green Lion with red stars, devouring the sun
It might be important that the final color of the lion, if the alchemical process continues successfully, is gold. Godfrey has a stronger association with the color gold than red, and Radahn may have been trying to reach this final state of development, only to regress back to a red wolf cub. Alternatively, it's possible the red lion imagery was intentional, and that Radahn was trying to fuse Godfrey's iconography with that of his own lineage and father.
A final thought on Radahn and regression
Bosses in FromSoft's games have a tendency to unleash whatever powers they were previously suppressing, as part of their second phase. I believe this became a trend after Bloodborne's The Old Hunters DLC, which features Lady Maria as one of its bosses. The fight is well regarded for integrating the story of Maria's self-loathing as a Vileblood, and her eventual decision to abandon her dignity by using her cursed blood against the hunter in her second phase. This exact narrative can be seen in Morgott's and Malenia's fights.
In Radahn's case, what he is "holding back" are the stars. Thus, it is entirely fitting that he introduces his second phase by becoming the thing he fought: a falling star.
by Yzzlthtz
In this case, since the stars are something are external to Radahn rather than something he was withholding as a part of himself, the transformation is not technically regressive, but it can be more aptly compared to Nietzsche's famous line on becoming what you fight:
"He who fights too long against dragons becomes a dragon himself; and if you gaze too long into the abyss, the abyss will gaze into you."
This is highly applicable to Radahn's narrative, for multiple reasons. First, as mentioned, Radahn becomes the thing he fought. Second, Caelid is where most of the dragons live; the Wailing Dunes are technically located in Dragonbarrow. And third, Radahn literally did stare into the abyss, since holding back the stars would surely involve looking into space, which is often described as an abyss. Plus, Radahn is a Carian, so staring into the abyss is something he was likely doing from a very young age.
link for the thumbnail: https://imgur.com/a/Szj1x9j
Gurranq howling: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=umGVg_A0epM
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2023.04.01 11:03 D_BlasphemY 23/PC/EST LF Fellow Gaming Gamers

Hello, I am looking for people who play the same games as I do and hopefully build up some nice friendships and connections along the way. Anyone 18+ is welcome to message me here with their discord username, a list of games and a small introduction about themselves if they wish to ( No obligations ) !
My schedules are very inconsistent but typically very open as well with lots of free time.
Here's a short list of the games I currently have installed. Does not include all of them as I own over 600 on steam alone, so don't hesitate to message me anyways if some of your games don't make it here !
100% Orange Juice Age of Empire IV Age of Mythology Barotrauma Dark Souls Dead By Daylight Deep Rock Galactic Devour Elden Ring Escape From Tarkov Garry's Mod GTFO Hunt: Showdown Inside the Backrooms Intruder Left 4 Dead 2 League Of Legends No More Room In Hell Path Of Titans Phasmophobia Plateup! Predator: Hunting Grounds Project Winter Project Zomboid Risk Of Rain 2 ROUNDS Roblox Sid Meier's CIV VI State of Decay 2 Terraria The Isle Total War: Warhammer 3 V Rising Your Only Move Is Hustle
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2023.04.01 10:43 Jammy-Gamer 25 from the UK looking to make some friends to game with or chat with about life

Hello there, I turned 25 this year and realised I need some friends in life if they are online or in real life.
So about me I'm a gamer who loves the gym, gaming and watching anything non reality, my top games are halo, mass effect, dragon age, fall out, dark souls, elden ring, destiny, star wars knights of the old Republic and assassins creed.
I'm literally sn open book and will genuinely chat about anything so please hit me up with a message and let's get some convos going.
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2023.04.01 10:24 HimariSato01 New, need help.

Edit: Solved.
Hello, I'm on a mission to get done with the Soulsborne games. This has been on my list for a few years now and I finally have the time to get down and do it.
Now, so far, I've played up to the Capras Demon (I think it's called?) in Dark Souls Remastered, Sekiro I'm just barely past the second real mini-boss/boss guarding the gate, Elden Ring, stuck at Margit and need to grind, and now in Bloodborne I'm at the first boss and need to grind.
The main reason I'm switching between these games is because I'm indecisive and wanna experience them all; and since story-driven narrative isn't needed I can do that for this series.
Anyways, onto my problem. I've just gained access to the leveling system (yay), and I have absolutely no idea of what I wanna level. In the previous few games I've mentioned, I've had a set goal of stats I wanted to put into effect, and they've worked great for me.
However, I'm at a complete loss of what I wanna do with this game. At first I wanted to do a Strength-Vitality type deal until I was done with the first boss and catch my other stats up after, however, I started second guessing myself and now I'm here.
So far, I've leveled up once. I leveled Strength up first, if that matters.
Thanks for the help.
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2023.04.01 10:23 No_Friendship_9053 Elden ring armor set list

All armor sets list elden ring
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2023.04.01 10:06 At4r4xia Anyone else feel RE4R makes them feel old and cba with platinum trophies?

If you could platinum the GC OG game with Remakes trophy list, teenage me would have done it. But now I'm in my 30s, my attention span is worse (adult diagnosed ADHD), my reflexes are too slow so I played on Assisted.
It's not that I don't plat games, I still do sometimes (even managed Elden Ring despite needing help with Malenia). But if I'd had to do Elden Ring 6 times I'd have traded it well before that.
It's not that I'm lazy either, I read a lot, weightlift etc. I don't mind some challenge. But 6 remake playthroughs, some of which sound on-par with Souls/Bourne difficulty. Repeating the same content (even though the remake is fantastic) just fills me with lethargy before I even try. I feel pre-emptively burned out.
Anyone else feel similar?
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2023.04.01 10:01 United_Account_437 (19M) Hard to find friends lol

No means a loner or anything. I hang out with people consistently but it’s mostly bisyo (weed, drinking, cards etc.) I honestly hate this lifestyle. It’s hard to find something to do with people that isn’t either video games or bisyo lol. It’s hard to find friends that aren’t just for “fun” ykwim? Like friends I could actually depend on with stuff. Relate to about things I care about like history, politics, elden ring, people who relate to my humor. People I can hang out with consistently and not feel bored. Don’t wanna sound like one of those “i’m different, nobody can relate to me” type people because I’m not doing this on purpose and I hate it. I’m sure there’s fun in this world that doesn’t revolve around inumans and parties lol
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2023.04.01 09:01 runhomethomas SIB Sifu? Or something else - recommendations please.

I’m in a gaming rut - I’m halfway through my 5th playthrough of Elden Ring and getting really bored.
Sifu looks interesting from combat perspective but unsure about longevity/build variety/story/replay-ability.
My main (recent) gaming background is FromSoft’s back catalogue: - Sekiro (platinumed and loved - done 5 full playthroughs); - Dark Souls 3 (platinumed and loved - done 5-6 full playthroughs); - Bloodborne (platinumed and loved - done 5/6 full playthroughs); and - Dark Souls remastered (platinumed and enjoyed very much).
My IDEAL games would be Bloodborne 2, Sekiro 2 or Dark Souls 4.
I’ve attempted DS2 three times now and can only get maybe 1/3rd to halfway in - I really really dislike it and can’t put myself through it again.
I’ve very much enjoyed ER and will probably continue playing my current playthrough in the meantime but I’d defo rate it below BB/DS3/Sekiro as I’ve realised I’m not a fan of open world games - too sprawling and overwhelming. I much prefer the more linear type of Souls-like game.
Other Souls-like I’ve enjoyed are Nioh (finished and really enjoyed but no platinum and no love) and Lords of the Fallen (got me into Souls-like: completed 1.5 playthroughs and enjoyed).
Other Souls-like I’ve tried/attempted but NOT enjoyed are: - Nioh 2 (didn’t finish it as I found it too hard - that’s off of 2x attempted playthroughs a year apart); - Remnant From The Ashes (too janky, boring story/setting, didn’t like the FPS); - The Surge (contrived story/setting, uninspiring map design, annoying game mechanics); - Nier: Automata (really enjoyed the combat but the world was dull, story uninspiring, aesthetic bland, and couldn’t finish it); - Mortal Shell (too clunky and unresponsive combat and I must confess too punishing); - Star Wars Fallen Order (boring story, boring world, contrived protagonist, uninspiring combat and I’m sick to the back teeth of Star Wars).
Other non-souls-like I’ve played and very much enjoyed over the past 10 years are: - God of War 2018 (loved the combat, story and characters were enjoyable); - Hollow Knight (great aesthetics, great music, great gameplay and level design, too hard for me though as not really much (recent experience with platformers/side scrollers); - RDR2 (although it was the game that killed open world games for me it was an amazing one and loved the gameplay and story); - GTA5 (classic but not played in years now and wouldn’t be keen on another open world); -Battlefield 3 (got me briefly but deeply into multiplayer gaming and sunk 1000+ hours into it but didn’t like BF4 and BF1 so not played FPS since); - Tony Hawks Pro Skater (rinsed out 1-3 over the years and the THPS1&2 remaster I go back to if completely stuck for anything to play); - Titanfall2 (fun SP and MP); - Witcher 3 (classic RPG and really enjoyed but now too open world); -Control (fun combat and mechanics but overall a bit meh).
God of war Ragnorak I really disliked and sold after 1 week.
I’ve often used games like Everybody’s Gone To The Rapture; Firewatch; What Remains of Edith Finch; The Witness; Dear Esther; Gone Home; and Return of the Obra Dinn as antidotes to FromSoft games and have really enjoyed all of these.
Other games I’m also currently looking at as alternatives to Sifu are: - Celeste (worried too platformy and too hard though) - Disco Elysium (worried too wordy and won’t scratch - Cup Head (worried too platformy and too hard) - Little Nightmares 2 (worried to platformy and short)
Sorry for the long post! Thanks
EDIT - formatting.
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2023.04.01 08:58 tiredgoose0 major mechanic differences from Dark souls 3 and Elden ring?

I've finished a couple playthroughs of Elden ring and now I'm planning to try Dark souls 3, are there any mechanics that are different from Elden ring that I should know?
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2023.04.01 08:16 malak3man Blue Screens That Seem to be Related to Google Chrome? RAM??? Very confused.

So all of a sudden I started noticing pages (especially youtube pages including the homepage) on Google Chrome failing to load (about an hour ago). It said Status_Access_Violation. Not sure really what that means but neither refreshing or opening and closing chrome seemed to work. I did have a bunch of tabs open when I did this, but it wasn't using even close to the amount of ram my laptop has.

This went along for a while while I looked for solutions on the pages that did seem to work, then I got a blue screen of death. After my PC restarted, I tried to reopen my tabs on chrome and it immediately blue screened again. This made me think it was as issue with my RAM, so I took the back off of laptop and reseated both sticks. Rebooted, tried to open chrome with just one tab to start. The new tab page would load, but youtube gave me the same error as the start.

I then decided to try the same thing on firefox, so I went to open up a bunch of tabs all with videos playing, and it worked perfectly while using more ram than Chrome was when it crashed my system. I then opened Elden Ring and loaded into the game world while all the videos were playing, then I loaded up rocket league at the same time, putting my total ram usage at about 70% and my CPU working hard at 100% usage. The GPU was working as well, but my laptop has a GPU switch so it wasn't even on when this all started anyway.

I'm trying to figure out whether or not I'm crazy or something. Is it really possible that Google Chrome made my PC bluescreen for no reason?!

here's some dmp files from my escapades https://www.mediafire.com/file/2i6lrhb8rgb7dnv/dumps.zip/file
edit: I've now been using Firefox for around an hour since this all started. No performance problems or anything. Everything loads as quickly as normal. really not sure what's up here. If it is a RAM issue, why would it only affect one program, even after several resets?
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2023.04.01 08:01 Acrobatic-Monitor516 Dying to play elden ring , but only have a Mac. Is boosteroids mg only option?

I could also borrow my sister's windows laptop IG, but it has terrible perfs so I'll have to go through cloud gaming
And afaik, GeForce now doesn't have elden ring
Is anyone playing it via cloud ? Is it good ? Boosteroids of other
Do u get ray tracing , 4k ? ,
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2023.04.01 07:36 malak3man Blue Screens That Seem to be Related to Google Chrome? RAM??? Very confused.

So all of a sudden I started noticing pages (especially youtube pages including the homepage) on Google Chrome failing to load (about an hour ago). It said Status_Access_Violation. Not sure really what that means but neither refreshing or opening and closing chrome seemed to work. I did have a bunch of tabs open when I did this, but it wasn't using even close to the amount of ram my laptop has.

This went along for a while while I looked for solutions on the pages that did seem to work, then I got a blue screen of death. After my PC restarted, I tried to reopen my tabs on chrome and it immediately blue screened again. This made me think it was as issue with my RAM, so I took the back off of laptop and reseated both sticks. Rebooted, tried to open chrome with just one tab to start. The new tab page would load, but youtube gave me the same error as the start.

I then decided to try the same thing on firefox, so I went to open up a bunch of tabs all with videos playing, and it worked perfectly while using more ram than Chrome was when it crashed my system. I then opened Elden Ring and loaded into the game world while all the videos were playing, then I loaded up rocket league at the same time, putting my total ram usage at about 70% and my CPU working hard at 100% usage. The GPU was working as well, but my laptop has a GPU switch so it wasn't even on when this all started anyway.

I'm trying to figure out whether or not I'm crazy or something. Is it really possible that Google Chrome made my PC bluescreen for no reason?!

As per the automod here's some dmp files from my escapades https://www.mediafire.com/file/2i6lrhb8rgb7dnv/dumps.zip/file
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2023.04.01 07:15 iamnohero_ [Elden Ring] Platinum #5 One of my favorite games of all time!

[Elden Ring] Platinum #5 One of my favorite games of all time!
I did three different builds, but did a pure Malenia build for NG+3 and omg I was raging. Glad it's over!
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2023.04.01 06:42 Marouane004 Need help finding the right build.

Need help finding the right build.
Hello, Elden ring is my first souls game and i feel kinda lost in terms of what weapon i should use or what i should do :
So far i've been double wielding a +5 moonveil and +16 magic uchigatana and just spamming transient moonlight on bosses
I've killed Rennala but i found Radhan very hard and i don't think i'm strong enough to fight him yet
I've killed most bosses in limgrave so i'm kinda lost and don't know how to keep progressing
Can u suggest which weapon i should use or places i should go and if i should respec my stats
any help is appreciated
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