Charles: Arthur, why're you crying?
Arthur: Well, I felt like crying from the moment I woke up. Got yelled at by Dutch, Micah keeps relentlessly bullying me, I feel like I'm a massive burden to the people around me... you know, normal stuff.
Arthur: Then Hosea asked me if I was okay and I sobbed for half an hour.
Charles: *Bringing Arthur into his arms* Oh, you poor, broken man.
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this probably sounds silly, but my vocabulary has expanded significantly since I’ve started playing this game I like to call The Dictionary Game. my little sister and I do it whenever we’re bored, and… it’s cool.
one person has a dictionary, everyone else does not
that person flips to a random page in the dictionary
they then read out a definition from that page
if the word has multiple definitions, they only read out one definition at a time, and slowly reveal the next definition as people take turns guessing
everyone has to guess what the word is
whoever gets it right gets the dictionary next
it’s the funniest when the definition is for a word you’ve never heard defined before. like “small” or “due”, or any other word you just use on a daily basis.
I think it’s just expanded the amount of words I’m hearing, and it’s made me think a lot harder about what words actually mean. it’s definitely helped me to find patterns in prefixes and suffixes.
anyway, it’s fun and silly, and a great way to spend your time, I recommend.
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People have been arguing over whether John made the right choice in going after Micah since the game first came out, and It's gotten me thinking.
I strongly believe John would have been found eventually, even if he hadn't gone after Micah and killed him.
Which means that he still would have had to go after Dutch, Bill and Javier in the first game. The only difference would be that he'd probably have to go after Micah as well, assuming he's still alive by the time Red Dead Redemption takes place.
So, no matter what he chooses to do, John will end up having to kill Micah, Dutch, Javier and Bill.
No matter what, John will die at the hands of Edgar Ross and his men.
There was nothing he could have done.
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