Seriously, I cant think of a better way to promote the Forgotten Hope mod then killing the pope. To get past his security would take some heavy strategic and tactical skills, and would show off what we have learned from playing the game. People will see that this game is serious, and we could even proclaim it a new world religion, since that always seems to grab a nice group of recruits.
Vive la church de Forgotten Hope!!!!
And so the new spam forum is born...
There's a Hoff smiley!? Why wasn't I told? :(
I second that motion
I thought maybe the Hoff wasn't a sig, but a smiley that said, "this guy is obviously drunk out of his minds and talking crazy".
This vid is strangely arousing and at the same time I can't believe I watched the whole thing...
Member 35698 thinks I'm a spec
27th June 2004
One begins to realize that the need for Forgotten Hope 2 to release soon lies not in entertainment for us, self-satisfaction for the developers, or even appeasement of the impatient, but rather in bounding the wandering sanities of the off-topic regulars. Already somewhat brought together by being such regulars, these members have assimilated and are using their combined efforts and relatively greater abilities over the laymen (inherent to all Forgotten Hope regulars) to increasingly worrisome ends. The only limiting factor to this problem seems to be board activity, which, accordingly, appears to be inversely proportional to it, and, as we all know, board activity curves somewhat tangentially about releases, at which time board activity is (relatively) almost infinitely high. Ergo, FH2 must be released soon simply for the purpose of saving their minds (from us). The world is not safe theretofore.