Side note: I wish you all of the luck and blessings and shit for this. Kick ass and take names.
Thanks! I'm a little nervous, tbh. The Flex format just has the three sections, no experimental, no additional, so the scoring is insanely tight. I do fine on reading comprehension and logical reasoning but the analytical logic games stuff is still kicking my ass. On the practice tests I can manage about a 163 or so but that's with the extra section and the experimentals. I have no idea what this one is gonna look like when it's all said and done.
@Derp I did terrible on my first round of the LSAT, took it again after a year of actually preparing and stuff, and did well enough to get a big fat scholarship to GU (go bulldogs or whatever). You can always go again if it turns out too stressful for optimized performance.
Yeah, I honestly expect that I'm gonna do bad. Just because of the Flex format, really. Which is why I spent the extra cash for Score Preview and I can just throw that first one away if needed and take a mulligan in like, November.
Just finished Rhythm of War and I really, really want a Cosmere game - despite the fact that I generally avoid games based on books, shows, or movies.
I would love that (but I have the same reaction to most of Sanderson's works).
An issue specific to this is how many things we still don't know about how the magic system works, what the next Words are, etc.
More generally though when a MU* is based on books (and especially an unfinished series) where the focus needs to be taken off of the canonical characters and shifted over to the PCs, funny things happen in the transition.
Yup, that pretty much lays out why I wouldn't make it, even as much as I'm hankering to play this game.
Arise and live again! Hey, the thread exists so why make a new one?
Anyway. I just discovered there this new(?) - newish - thing where these guys who are amazing singers sing soooooo looooooow.and the subharmonics are just amazing not to mention their overall octave range which is wonderfully displayed when they sing with themselves.