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15321  Non-Gaming / Steals and Deals / awesome deal on a Dell 8400 desktop [ends 10/25 11pm CST] on: October 24, 2004, 07:01:10 PM
Holy cow. It's worth it just for the 19' LCD practically.

The rest of the stuff is just the icing on the cake.

I could always use a second PC... biggrin
15322  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Why? Because you aren't geeky enough without.. on: October 24, 2004, 06:56:07 PM
Quote from: "Zekester"

Old news. I've seen these things (well, not the joystick anyway) for sale at Gamestop for months. biggrin

Still worth a few laughs at work though. Love the shirt.
15323  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / What if Half-life 2 uses Starforce? on: October 24, 2004, 06:44:35 PM
Quote from: "Clanwolfer"
Quote from: "Greggy_D"
What if you don't have the internet?  How do you register/play HL2?  Are they going to have a 800 number to call ala Microsoft?

You don't.  I expect 'working Internet connection' will be in the requirements on the box.  It'll probably piss a lot of people off, but that's the risk they run.

It'll be 'gotten around' within the first day, if not sooner, methinks.
15324  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / exploring in WoW & EQ2 on: October 24, 2004, 12:17:38 AM
In EQ2, you start off in one of two very different cities, depending on your allignment.

Qeynos is the good city. Everything is beautiful, everybody knows your name, and life is like out of a Disney movie. You'll also find a mini-home of the 'good' races of EQ1 there in each of the city zones. The nearby zones (and dungeons) are also more of the same pretty vistas.

Freeport is the evil city. Everything is dank and dark, the people call you worthless scum, and if you looked up evil in the dictionary, you'd find a picture of this place. The nearby zones show the same dark outlook on life as well.

If you have a high-end PC and video card, you'll find some amazing looking realistic vistas in EQ2. While WoW went for a more 'cartoony' look (but don't get me wrong - I still loved how WoW look), I prefer the realistic looking lands of EQ2.

Also, that 5-10 hour a week limit would be enough for either game. Both titles aren't geared (at least based on what I've seen) for long, drawn out dungeon crawls. Yes, you can spend some time in the dungeons, but there's always an exit somewhere nearby. Now, I haven't played either beta to high levels, so I don't know what the end-game is like, but both titles are nothing like EQ1's slow-paced gameplay.
15325  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / EQ2 bumped to a Nov 8th release? on: October 24, 2004, 12:05:56 AM
Quote from: "Knightshade Dragon"
On your preorder?  I'm so dissapointed.....

Ron, you know my standpoint on EQ2 verses WoW. Both really are great games, but I'm prefering the 'hardcoreness' of EQ2 verses what WoW has to offer.

Call me crazy or something. Actually, you already call me crazy. smile
15326  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / EQ2 bumped to a Nov 8th release? on: October 23, 2004, 09:18:41 PM
Quote from: "olaf"
It would seem strange to move the date up a week this close to the original date if it wasnt based on publisher info.  Gamestop changed their date as well.

Well, that's the other side of the coin. Retailers like EB tend to get their information from somewhere, and more often than not, they're right.

Is EQ2 ready for release? Based on what I'm playing right now, I'd be ready to pay to play it as long as some of the main issues (lag and overcrowding related problems for the most part - both of which would be solved by more servers) are fixed.

That and there's some issue of an overcute dragon on my preorder that suddenly really drew my attention...
15327  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / An extremely detailed preview of EQ2 on: October 23, 2004, 07:39:30 PM
Quote from: "YellowKing"
It's also a strategic decision - do I take the time to cast Create Food (and burn the mana) to complete the wheel, or do I just nuke the guy? The wheel was designed to have trade-offs, not be a side effect of casting every offensive spell you would have cast anyway.

The HO (Heroic Opportunity) wheel is very...strange. But it's amazingly effective as well.

Let me describe the one that I see:

I'm in a group of three (myself and two friends who happen to be in the Beta as well). We consist of a Fighter (Crusader to be exact), Priest (Shaman), and Mage (Wizard).

When the Fighter pulls (arrow, taunt ability, etc), he opens with a Kick (does damage). That move starts off the HO chain, which gives us 4 different options to spread out the chain.

The Priest continues with the Smite ability (also does damage), which continues the HO chain. It still hasn't 'locked' in yet, so any miscast here will cancel the whole thing. Now there's another (and only one) ability available to continue the chain with.

Then the Mage casts Lightning (also does damage), and that finishes off the start of the HO wheel. Now it's 'locked' in, which means that it becomes a timed event. Once we all cast the spells associated with the chain, the HO will fire off.

I've seen a common HO wheel (Fighter does a damage move, mage casts a damage spell, and the Priest casts regen), which then completes to do a bonus damage of about all three of us hitting the mob with another damage spell (combined), or a more rare one (two buffs and a damage from the mage), which tends to do a bit weaker damage as a result, but also buffs or heals the entire party.

The HO system is complicated, but VERY rewarding for those more difficult encounters.  Odds are though that unless you're with a good team leader (or have a good set group like I have), you won't be pulling it off consistantly.

One thing to keep in mind though - you can still pull off this combo solo. Some classes have it a bit easier than others, but all classes can do solo HOs.

Personally though, I've never seen a HO that requires things like Create Food in order to complete though. Normally they're useful things like buffs or the Taunt ability of the Warrior. Things that you'd use in the course of battle, but not things you'd always use.
15328  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / EQ2 bumped to a Nov 8th release? on: October 23, 2004, 07:19:47 PM
Quote from: "EngineNo9"
I'd say that thread was locked because they wanted to make an official surprise announcement or something.

Based on what I'm reading in the beta forums (open only to beta players), it's just being locked as Sony simply isn't confirming the date. Therefore it's mistruth, therefore it's locked. smile
15329  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Stoked for Star Ocean on: October 23, 2004, 07:10:39 PM
Quote from: "vagabond"
LE's complaints are all valid, also the game cheats and deliberately breaks the gauge if you use your character to fight. Thus you must either not fight at all if you want the gauge up which isn't too fun or you fight without the gauge, which kinda eliminates the purpose of it in the first place.  So you end up avoiding battle which also sucks because you can't just sit there and watch them fight because the AI will nearly always give chase to your character forcing you to spend every battle running around in circles. Not fun at all.

Now, I always actually fought in battles, and I never had any real problems of the gague breaking short of boss fights. Yes, there were some cheap instances of the enemies getting through my guard, but beyond that, I had little problem (short of the end areas, anyway) getting the bonus gague up and running. 10-15 battles without a break were pretty common for me.
15330  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Stoked for Star Ocean on: October 23, 2004, 01:47:15 AM
Quote from: "jersoc"
I think its awesome. Great story with some cool twists later on. It starts off a little slow, but towards the end of the first disc things pick up and get really interesting. I have put about 40 or so hours into the game and still have a ways to go. I just wish the team mates AI wasn't so dumb during combat. Otherwise I have no real complaints against it.

Like jersoc, I loved the game. In fact, I reviewed it over here. biggrin

It had a fun combat system (with dumb AI, unfortunately), a great story (and one mother of a twist), 50-60 hours of gameplay (can extend that into 100+ EASILY if you want to do everything), and had a great musical soundtrack.

Devote some time to this game - you'll find it worth your time.
15331  Non-Gaming / Hardware / Software Hell / Zonealarm ate my internet... AND explorer.exe on: October 21, 2004, 01:30:45 PM
Personally, ever since I got my router, I disabled Zonealarm for good. It caused more and more hassles the more things I did with it.

Just keep WinXP updated, don't use IE (to prevent things auto-installing via their 'features), and run Adaware/Spybot every month or so, and most people have absolutely nothing to worry about.
15332  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Anyone playing the Dungeon Lords Beta? on: October 21, 2004, 01:28:21 PM
After taking a quick visit to the official site (as I want to play this too), I've come to the conclusion that nobody is beta testing it right now. Nobody has even said 'yes, I'm playing, but I can't talk about it'.

And the demo (which was supposed to be out in September) still isn't out.
15333  Non-Gaming / Hardware / Software Hell / Buy a new computer or upgrade what I have? on: October 20, 2004, 10:41:47 PM
Quote from: "spatzi"
I heard this from various tech people in computer stores. xp is supposed to be much more cpu intensive, resource hog, etc. So you're saying that if you had a choice with a new OS install that is going to be primarily for gaming from HL2 and onward for the next 2 years, install XP?

There are exactly two OS's you should choose between when building a computer system (especially if you want to play any games):

Windows 98 and Windows XP.

And Windoes 98 isn't supported by Microsoft (or pretty much anybody, for that matter) anymore, so the choice is pretty easy.
15334  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Ultima IV: The Little Shepherd starring Sausalito on: October 20, 2004, 05:43:08 PM
This was absolutely a riot to read through. Very good job.

Lawfirm of Sausalito, Jaana, and Tubbs indeed. biggrin
15335  Non-Gaming / Forum and Site Feedback / No Contact Information on: October 20, 2004, 02:16:57 AM
We've found out that @hotmail and @yahoo (and a few other 'freebie' mail sites) simply toss our e-mail confirmation into the trash, thinking it's an automated spam message.

But, yes, there is no true way to contact us short of just stumbling upon our e-mail addresses that I know of. We used to have an 'about us' section that went by the wayside when the site was redesigned.
15336  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Half Life 2: Countdown to November 16 on: October 19, 2004, 10:14:09 PM
Quote from: "Jeff Jones"
Heh, I actually thought of something like this. A little java button would be cool. but we'd need two, one for Halo 2, and one for Half Life 2. Heck I guess we'd need one for San Andreas as well smile

What about Metroid Prime 2? Or Everquest 2? Or Worlds or Warcraft?

Too many games coming out to play...
15337  Non-Gaming / Steals and Deals / Dell $750 off $1500+ laptop purchase on: October 19, 2004, 05:57:19 PM
Quote from: "Simon"
Is it me or is the 9100 no longer on there?

I was thinking about getting a second laptop for myself in the New Year and was looking at the 8600 since it's more portable but plenty powerful to run stuff. This is definitely a very tempting deal.

Hey... The 9100 vanished.

That's the perfect combo between speed/power and cost.

15338  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / EQ 2 Beta - am I being paranoid? on: October 19, 2004, 04:42:07 PM
Quote from: "Animus"
I don't think we're talking about voiceovers when you engage an NPC in conversation. In nearly every beta post or journal I've read they say it's the random ones that test the nerves. Stuff like 'if I hear "Qeynos is a shining beacon of light!' or 'Come and browse the finest wares in Qeynos!" again I'm throwing my computer out the window.'

Yes, I do have to admit that the locals do chatter a bit as you run by, but it's not as bad as they make it out to be.

But, yes, some NPCs have the amazing ability to be very clearly heard through the most solid of objects.
15339  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / [PR - XBOX] "Halo 2" Makes Entertainment History on: October 19, 2004, 04:36:54 PM
*rips the PR and posts it* biggrin

Still, it's amazing how well this game has presold, no? That's a LOT of Halo 2 games floating around.
15340  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / GTA: SA - What Rockstar Doesn't Want You To Know on: October 19, 2004, 04:34:10 PM
Quote from: "Hetz"
I don't know what happened to the pic. Rockstar probabily had it removed from whoever was hosting it, cause it was a big red X this morning.

I was wondering, as to my knowledge, we here at CG didn't do anything to it.

I did save it though. Maybe if you ask real nice, I can boost it onto my local Cox account... biggrin
15341  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: XBOX-HDTV help needed on: October 19, 2004, 04:32:56 PM
Quote from: "Punisher"
When I hook everything up, I get a spit screen effect where the screen splits in 2 and both side are duplicates I can see the whole screen on each side, just smooshed....

Any ideas what the problem could be?

That funky display means that while your console is outputting a 480p (or higher) signal, your TV is currently on standard resolution. Find an option somewhere to change it to a higher signal resolution. On my TV is marked as DTV, or something like that.
15342  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Medal gear Solid 3 on: October 19, 2004, 04:31:05 PM
Quote from: "ElijahPrice"
Why is this a sub-par MGS?  Is that from playing the demo?

Because after MGS2 (which I for the most part enjoyed until the absolute stinker of a last hour or so), I don't have much hope for the sequel.

That and the general gameplay is just...overdone, in my opinion.

And there's too damn many other games coming out that are guarenteed AAA titles during that month. Maybe come next year I'll pick it up.
15343  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / DVD Tuesday 10-19 on: October 19, 2004, 12:48:48 PM
Quote from: "EngineNo9"
GODZILLA 7 DVD Anniversary Collection, bitches!!!

Oh no, it is Godzilla!!!

*mouth continues to move and makes words not matching what he's saying at all*

Sorry, running gag around the household. smile
15344  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Farscape: The Peacekeeper Wars...SPOILERS! on: October 19, 2004, 12:46:59 PM
Quote from: "Jason Donati"
We never saw him die, so I prefer to believe D'argo lived and somehow his way off the planet in enough time. (Just like I prefer to believe Zhaan somehow survived being dissembled by a wormhole.  Cool)

Zhaan ruled. She was the common, logical sense that the team so needed most of the time.

Without her though, things became a bit more...interesting. smile
15345  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Farscape: The Peacekeeper Wars...SPOILERS! on: October 19, 2004, 06:06:05 AM
Quote from: "Daehawk"
Sure puts anything George Lucas does to shame.

George Lucas could only hope in his wildest dreams to make anything even remotely close to the pure brillance of this show.

Notice the little thing near the end when Crichton asks Aeryn if its all worth it, and what peace is worth. Right when Crichton walks off to his Wormhole of Mass Destruction, you can see a moment's realization on Aeryn's face. She knows what will happen to Crichton when he uses his machine.

It's the little things like that that just make this show seem so real, so amazing.

Damn you Sci-Fi.

Edit: As far as Dargo goes...well, let's put it this way - Superhero/villian rule number one: If you don't actually see the person die onscreen, then one can assume that they truly aren't dead. smile
15346  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Some very interesting WoW and EQ2 reads on: October 18, 2004, 06:40:35 PM
Quote from: "-Lord Ebonstone-"
Hm... I know the whole collection-of-islands thing matches with EQ2's storyline, but I dunno, it sounds a little... modular.  Pre-PoP Everquest was sort of fun because when it came to travel, you got first-hand experience on how big the world actually was.

You know, if you really want to travel from zone to zone, each zone does have a normal 'exit' in them for EQ2. If you want to travel the world, you can. smile

I'm still debating though which method of travel is better though. I also wasn't in EQ when PoP came out, so I was used to running (as a Bard) all over the place.
15347  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: Medal gear Solid 3 on: October 18, 2004, 06:20:35 PM
Quote from: "ElijahPrice"
Anyone else psyched to hear this release in November?

Not at all.

Between Halo 2, Metroid Prime 2, Half Life 2, WoW, EQ2, and a few more games I can't think of, my November is full for what looks to be a sub-par Medal Gear game.

Wait... Medal Gear? Whoops. smile
15348  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / EverQuest 2 NDA Lifted on: October 18, 2004, 12:58:43 PM
Quote from: "EngineNo9"
I have a real pet peeve with limited character customization (especially in an MMOG with tons of other players!) and was just wondering if anybody could elaborate on how few EQ2 has?

EQ2 has a ton of facial edits and such. In short, each part of the face (eye tilt, cheek length, nose tilt, eye color, etc) has a slider to scale up and down on. While some designs look utterly freaky, most turn out to make a very realistic looking face in the end.

In addition, you have about 8-10 (depending on race) hairstyle/head accessories to choose from (including none at all).

Because of the sliders and the adjustments, odds are that you'll never encounter anybody who has the exact same face as you do.

I hear it's like SWG, but don't quote me on that as I never played that dredge of a game short of some Beta time (where me, and everybody else, said that it wasn't ready for launch).
15349  Non-Gaming / Hardware / Software Hell / Turtle Beach sound cards on: October 18, 2004, 12:54:09 PM
Quote from: "egrudzin"
Have you tried upgrading your drivers for the Live?  I know Creative has released a bunch of updates over the years for those cards.  Perhaps you are playing newer games that require the newer drivers?  I doubt this will help but it's worth a shot if you haven't done so already.

To my knowledge, Creative updated their drivers ONCE for the Live line of cards - and that was when WinXP itself came out.

It's reasons like that that made me rip out my card in disgust and use my onboard sound from there on out.

Turtle Beach made a nice line of cards. If it's still good is another matter. I'm guessing yes though, personally.
15350  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Farscape: The Peacekeeper Wars...SPOILERS! on: October 18, 2004, 12:49:21 PM
Quote from: "Ranulf"
Was it me or did Pilot's voice sound different?

Yes, it, for some reason. Who knows - maybe they couldn't get the same voice actor back for some reason or another.

While the show was outstanding (as pretty much always), one thing that always bugged me was the characters' ability to live in outer space in the sub-zero vaccuum that it is. I realize that there's some basis of fact buried in there somewhere, but it has always irked me.

And Earth is once again somehow involved in the grand scheme of things in this part of the galaxy (the whole Peacekeeper thing). Interesting...

So, how is this story going to turn out? I can't wait until tonight.

All I want to know is this - where can I buy the DVD of this? smile
15351  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / GTA: SA - What Rockstar Doesn't Want You To Know on: October 17, 2004, 08:42:32 PM
Quote from: "Hetz"
Quote from: "Knightshade Dragon"
Lemme make some phone calls....I'm not big on rampant speculation. smile

So, did you find out anything Ron? Or did the Rockstar thugs get to you as well...  :wink:

Well, look at it this way - has that picture been removed or has this thread been locked? biggrin

In all honesty though... *checks mailbox*... Well, I haven't been told to pull it yet. So, enjoy your picture while it lasts. smile
15352  Non-Gaming / Hardware / Software Hell / I need graphical driver update advice on: October 17, 2004, 08:37:39 PM
Quote from: "Turtle"
That's just really, really odd.

Have you tried the omega drivers for your card?  They're not supported, but they're basically pieced/hacked together by some very experienced hardware gurus out of the best of each driver release.  Not sure where to find them these days.

That's a simple answer: biggrin

Just pulled them yesterday, to tell you the truth. Wanted to exploit my X800 XT to its fullest, so off to overclocking land I go.

In all honesty though, while you really should uninstall your older drivers before installing the new ones, that's something I never do. Yes, it's technically wrong, but I've never had any issues yet.

The only thing I can suggest is to try to download older drivers. I'm just not sure where to get them from.
15353  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / NFL pay per view would be sweet on: October 17, 2004, 08:28:58 PM
Quote from: "JSHAW"
Why is the NFL so exclusive?

If I had to guess I'd say it revolves around "money issues", and the NFL and their owners keeping more of it in their pockets and not sharing it with another provider of game coverage.

Or purchase Sirius Radio, which has the entire game (with other special features) from both the home and away team perspectives.

No, I really don't know what they exactly do, but I do know they advertise those features really heavily.
15354  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Once in deathtime opportunity! Act now! on: October 17, 2004, 07:42:00 PM
Okay, that's really cool.

Unfortunately, I don't have $32,000 (the current bid as of right now) just lying around to do this. smile
15355  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Farscape - it's coming! on: October 17, 2004, 07:37:58 PM
I am most absolutelying watching this tonight. I haven't flipped on the TV to watch anything but the news for months now, and I figure this would be a good way to break in the TV again. biggrin

From what I hear this miniseries is absolutely fantastic. If you're a Farscape fan at all you do NOT want to miss this.
15356  Non-Gaming / Hardware / Software Hell / two wireless mice on same desk? on: October 17, 2004, 07:29:47 PM
To my knowledge there aren't any frequency 'adjustments' for any wireless mice (although I could be totally wrong here), so I'm guessing you might have a few issues.

But I don't use wireless, so I can't honestly answer your question.
15357  Non-Gaming / Hardware / Software Hell / Re: The Community "Upgrade or not to upgrade" PC t on: October 17, 2004, 07:27:01 PM
Well, I'm one of those who believes in pretty much being at the top of the line (more or less), so here's the results if you spend lots of cash for a PC (ah, the joys of being single):

Althon AMD XP 3000+
ASUS...something. Don't crack the case often enough to check.
2x Crucial 512MB PC2700 DDR RAM
ATI X800XT (just upgraded from a 9700 Pro)
Onboard sound (Creative Labs can *bleep* off)
120GB WD and 80GB Maxtor HDs
Lite-on DVD Drive
Plextor DVD-R/CD-RW 4/2.4/8/32/16/48 (something like that)

To answer your question: Another 512MB will make a world of difference, as WinXP (and other programs) just fly with that much in. That 9800 Pro is still going strong, although the processor is starting to lag.

Also, definitely pick up at least a 80GB drive and reinstall WinXP on that. Starting from scratch will give you a huge speed boost (as Knightshade Dragon keeps reminding me), especially if you've used WinXP for a long time.
15358  Non-Gaming / Hardware / Software Hell / Networking help on: October 17, 2004, 07:16:17 PM
Quote from: "egrudzin"
I have been doing PC tech support for 6+ years now and I still have problems getting Windows networking to work right (I call it "Microsoft Notworking").  Here's some other stuff to try:

-Make sure all PCs are in the same workgroup.  Right click My Computer and click Properties.  Click the Computer Name tab at the top.  You can change it from here.

I knew there was something else I was missing as far as getting PCs to talk to one another. And that was it.

Thanks for the addendum, egrudzin.

Windows Networking is such a pain, and it really shouldn't...
15359  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: GBA questions of all sorts on: October 17, 2004, 07:08:47 PM
Quote from: "Chrisoc13"
Well, im heading off to europe on wensday, and I wanted to have a GBA SP for the trip, sinc I will be spending lots of time on trains. What is the cost difference in europe as compared to the US? Will it still work with the US games? Im wondering about these questions because I might be purchasing it when I get to europe.

The other option was getting it before I leave. I have a 15 hour plane flight before I go, so I wouldnt mind it for that either. But, although Im not sure this fits here, what would my options be for power when I get to europe? How would I be able to recharge it? Is there somewhere I can get a european charger that works the same once I get there? Or an adaptor of some sort?

Well, Nintendo has always never had any lockout on their portable consoles, so a GBA SP (or GB, GBC, or GBA) are fully compatible with all games across the world without any modification. So, in short, if you purchase your console in the US, it'll work on all European games (and vice versa).

As far as power goes... The GBA SP comes with a recharger device for the console. All you'll need to do is find some way to convert the standard US plug into one that'll fit into your standard European jack. Check around your local hardware store or visit a gift shop at any International Terminal for what you'll need.

As far as the games go... Well, I don't play my SP enough to warrant answering that question. Anyone else? smile
15360  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / EverQuest 2 NDA Lifted on: October 17, 2004, 07:03:22 PM
Quote from: "Falcon554"
Well I made my desision, and ill be playing EQ2. Haveing played WoW since alpha (no where near as much as eight has) there are things in WoW that really bother me. Now EQ2 might blow to but Never played it so I really dont know slywink

So, here's my question - why don't you like WoW?

Personally (as I've played both, although I stopped playing WoW as of late thanks to me getting into the EQ2 beta), both are really good games, and I see both succeeding.

But, somehow, EQ2 is drawing me in more.

Most of the problems of EQLive have been fixed. You no longer need the 'holy trinity' just to get anywhere in the game, crafting is actually useful (and is almost fun now), the graphics will look fantastic a year down the line (thanks to no current generation card being able to run the game at max detail and remain playable), and I've yet to run into any giant timesinks of the game.

Yes, their servers need a bit of tweaking (the Commonlands and Antonica, absolutely giant 'zones' that are at least (if not more) as big as the Karanas were in the original are horribly lagged at times, but they also easily support 200-300 people in the zone and still provide more than enough hunting spots for everybody.

The only true issues that I can see is that you'll really need a good (X800 or 6800 level) graphic card and 1gig of RAM just to play the game as the developers designed it - pretty. The character models are fantastic (although they need more diversity of facial hair/skin tones/hair badly), the reflections are amazing, and florna/fauna dot the landscape all over.

Any questions/concerns about EQ2? Ask away.
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