Today in Real Life Adult Stories: yesterday, my friend was in a bidding war for an apartment. It got to the point where the agent called for "final offers." Friend thought the place might go for over $700k, but in the end decided she'd offer a final bid slightly under that.
She won. Nice.
Also fuck these a good fresh. In most shops they’re like a day or so old.
No offense to Blade but everyone who's all like "Blade was the first superhero film with a Black lead!" uh. Y'all might need a bigger pentagram because SPAWN came out a year earlier...
(Incidentally I am like 90% sure I used to actually have a quill feather dip pen, but I haven't seen it in years and I think it might've gotten tossed out with all my old junk when my parents downsized.)
Like, for e.g. DISCO ELYSIUM plays totally fine even if you cheat to give yourself max ranks in every skill. Even when that ends up with you getting contradictory narrative/dialogue options.
Champion is still FALLOUT: NEW VEGAS, though, in which cheating to kill Caesar before you're even supposed to be able to get to his enclave breaks exactly nothing in the rest of the game.
Ironically they actually say you can't/shouldn't ever get zero skillpoints, but that's exactly what happens. Which is why breaking games in cheaty ways is fun! It's always interesting to see which developers account for it versus which don't.
One of KM's main issues was Owlcat definitely has a tacit The Correct Way To Play This Game Is X kind of mindset, which resulted in a lot of the gamebreaking stuff people complained about. They got a scootch better about it over time, but...