so i just finished watching the extended editions of the trilogy which is nearly 13 hrs long and this meme is correct somehow. this is the only line legolas speaks to frodo in the entire series. the only other debatable line is a scene in fellowship where legolas is speaking to gimli but frodo just happens to be near them and he’s cut to for a reaction shot. i wouldn’t really count it though since it wasnt directed at him.
someone already posted this but the kicker is at the end of return of the king where frodo sees the fellowship again and calls out to everyone by name except for legolas lmaooo
why is this so funny to me?!
Let’s say I’m working on the combat system for the next sword and sorcery RPG. How do the dexterity and agility stats affect my dodge, parry, critical hit rate, attack speed, and accuracy? How does the strength stat affect my damage? How does the vitality stat affect my defense value and health points? If I add one more point of intelligence, how much mana and spell power do I gain?
Let’s say I’m working on a class-based first person shooter. How much damage should this character do per shot? What should its cone of fire be? What’s its accuracy rate? What’s its fire rate? How long should this effect last? How long should its cooldown be? How often should this character reload? How many shots between reloading? How long should reloading take?
Let’s say I’m working on a fighting game. How much health should each character have? How much damage does this character’s light attack deal? How far does it extend? How long is the recovery time on this attack? How many frames of invincibility does this attack have? How do we ensure that there aren’t any infinite combos?
To be a game designer? Art, history, mythology, geography, and creative writing are pretty good to start with. When you get to college, you should probably consider programming, cognitive science, architecture, and interior design as useful subjects. You want a good understanding of how people understand and expect the world you create to work. You want to understand all the visual shorthand that’s been wired into their brains that they might not even remember. You want to know how to create an experience for the player using both familiar and new elements.
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