If you were stuck in a fantasy world a-la Tsukasa from .hack//SIGN... what on earth would you do?
Most fantasy games tend to be rather... dangerous. If I were really in one, I'd probably do just as Tsukasa and try to stay away from everyone and everything. But, I guess that would get a little... boring.
Anyway, I just found the idea of the series really intreguing, and it's something I've thought about quite a bit. ... Any other Wieners out there who've thought about it too?
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Well, depends if I had all the baggage/problems that Tsukasa had. If I were to be her and/or if the series storyline was going on, then I'd say "No thank you."
I think, though, that it'd be an interesting time. I mean, with infinite playing time, one could become the most powerful character and know all the secrets of the game. I would definately like being able to be able to help everyone out with my advice. I'd get bored simply being the most powerful if I couldn't do anything with it and helping the other PCs would be a nice thing (and it would give me human contact).
However that would cause problems in RL. I mean, who'd pay rent?
BTW, I think the soundtrack for .hack is pretty cool. It really fits what you'd expect from a computer-game-style series.
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His heightened senses (though not really focued on too much in the movies) are also a mutant ability. By the way, also in the comics, adamantium can't be melted, like it was in the movie. The process of bonding the stuff (a synthetic material)