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Top 10 Spookiest Villain

Top 10 Spookiest Villain The Pack - Dead Space 2  The Pack refers to a group of Necromorphs that attacks its prey using overwhelming numbers. These are one of the few Necromorphs created from the bodies of children. The Pack like to attack from behind and from all sides, disrupting player's movements. Due to their small size and fast movement they can be difficult to hit. ReDead - Legend of Zelda Series  The Zelda games have not been known for their intense terror, but ReDeads have long been regarded as some of the most horrible creatures in video gaming. They huddle over, biding their time as Link steps quietly past them. Evaded, they don't do much. If they are disturbed, on the other hand, they freeze time around them and stalk Link with their hulking, wooden figures, shrieking through motionless mouths. If Link is unfortunate or careless enough to walk within arm's length, the ReDead will wrap around him and bite his neck and head. In the more recent Legend of Zelda games, the ReDead will feast upon their slain brethren, as their hunger for flesh is insatiable and out of control. Zombie - Half-Life 2  The aptly named Fast Zombies move with feline agility from rooftop to rooftop or through the labyrinthine parking garages that surround City 17. They harass Gordon Freeman to his wits' end. These raw-meat lookin' **** first see the smoking barrel of his gun in the derelict city of Ravenholm, as he climbed skyward, trying desperately to flee the dangers beneath. They aren't the most powerful enemies in the game, but their ability to sneak onto platforms and appear suddenly out of the dark make them wildly fearsome. Aim for the head, and unload. It would be best to reload quickly, too, because these ruffians travel in packs. Slashers - Dead Space Series  The necromorphs in Dead Space provide some fresh, original monsters for gamers to kill. With long slender cleaver-arms and fleet feet, the Slashers are always getting in protagonist Issac Clarke's face, and no gun has adequate stopping power to keep them at bay. Their torn bodies are nasty and horrifying, and their arms have transformed into thorny, sharp blades. They deal a great deal of damage with each swipe, and they take a significant amount of damage to destroy. Slashers love filleting people, too, and since there are really no other survivors, you attract them in droves. Probably most terrifying of all, though, is their ability to fold up and fit in air ducts all over the ship. No corridor is safe, and at anytime there could be a hungry Slasher resting just inches from you, only restrained by a feeble, little piece of wall. The Witch - Left 4 Dead Series  As far as the Infected go, no other creature is as lethal or as terrifying as a startled Witch. She is found crouching in corners, away from the violences that swarm the city streets, shielding her face in her scalpel-sharp claws. One false move, one stray bullet, one stare. That's all it takes to turn the Witch from a quiet, tearful mourner to a vicious, aggressive monster, and she will quickly try to rip a survivor apart. And with her long, spiked fingers, it only takes a swipe or two. No sound is more eerie or blood-chilling than the timid echo of her soft and bitter pout, skipping down a desolate hallway. No sound, that is, except the glass-cracking screech she lets out as she goes berserk, tearing at everything that moves. Poison Headcrabs - Half Life 2  These buggers are a step up from the normal head crabs in Half Life. Headcrabs can easily jump from across the room to attack you, and though they're rather weak, they're somewhat hard to hit. What makes these headcrabs terrifying is the poisonous effect they have. If you were bitten by one, their neurotoxins would knock your health down to one percent. That puts you in a bad position when other enemies are attacking. Wallmaster - The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time  Every Zelda fan has memories of the shadow that grew around you when a Wallmaster was in the chamber. This infamous giant zombie-like hand caused anxiety when traveling through a seemingly safe dungeon room. Not only were they hard to defend against, but if you were caught by one you were transported to the beginning of the dungeon with a lot of damage lost The Gatherers - Amnesia: The Dark Descent  Amnesia drops you into a giant frightening 18th century manor with no memory of past events. What could make this situation more frightening you ask? A terrible group of monsters named "The Gatherers" are also present in the castle, and there's no way to defend yourself. At first you only get glances of them, walking around corners and then disappearing. Later however, you are forced to run and hide as these monsters begin to appear abruptly and more often, even smashing through doors at some points. Pyramid Head - Silent Hill 2  Pyramid Head is possibly the most horrifying character ever to have a cult following among gamers. A pale-skinned, zombie-like torturer in a leather apron and creepy helmet, Pyramid Head slowly stalks you throughout Silent Hill 2. Sometimes he'll attack you directly, while other times you'll narrowly avoid running into him as he torments some of the town's other monsters. Sometimes he'll just stand at the end of a hallway, staring impassively at you from under his impenetrable visor. Slayers - The Suffering  In the twisted world of The Suffering, the Slayers are the incarnation of the being killed by decapitation. Though they are the most common enemy in the game, Slayers are cagey, wild creatures that perform acrobatic attacks and slice with all four limbs. Their appearance is horrific -- they have no arms or legs, and instead teeter on knife blades. Their heads are totally removed from their bodies, held on by some sort of weird neck-scaffold. They are very fast, and they can scale walls. So keep moving.

My JRPG

Title: The Truth System: PC, XBOX, PS3 Story: ----------------------------------------------

The story is set in a fantasy land located on separate margins of the Earth, ruled by 2 kings: Shurubel and Pufuletz. After receiving several death threats from his enemies, Shurubel fears for his life and addresses a letter to Pufuletz, asking him to send either of his three sons, promising to grant the one who would help him , his only daughter. Meanwhile, Shurubel's castle is attacked and he loses over half of his army. He's been injured badly but he won this battle. After reading the letter and hearing what happened the last day, Pufuletz sends his sons immediately to aid him in battle.

This is where the adventure starts. You play as one of the three sons trying to find more about Shurubel, a backstory of what has he done to deserve this, who are his enemies, dark secrets about his daughter, the relationship between the two kings and much more. There are many riddles to solve, evil creatures to destroy, great boss battles and of course huge rewards. Depending on who do you chose to play as and the decisions you make throughout the game, there are different endings and you may want to replay it to find answers for all your questions.

Characters: Goanga: - The eldest son of King Pufuletz. Basic tank and melee class. ---------------------------------------------- HP: 150 MP: 60 Agility: 5 Strength: 13 Inteligence: 4 Defence: 10 Skills: Hateful Strike, Taunt, Divine Shield, Curse Weapons: Sword, Hammer Shoimul: The middle son of King Pufuletz. Basic caster class. ---------------------------------------------- HP: 50 MP: 70 Agility: 15 Strength: 15 Inteligence: 15 Defence: 10 Skills: Stealth, Dazing Traps, Steal, Poison Weapons: Dagger, Short sword Furnicaru: - The youngest son of King Pufuletz. Basic ranged class. ---------------------------------------------- HP: 125 MP: 250 Agility: 25 Strength: 7 Inteligence: 12 Defence: 7 Skills: Black Arrow, Starfall, Heal, Lightning Strike Weapons: Bow Boss: Ursuletz ---------------------------------------------- Ursuletz is a powerfull ancient evil, six legged creature. All those who faced him before, perished. Having a wide range of skills allows him to win his battles without much effort. He's the one responsible for the attack at King Shurubel's castle and you will have to kill him to complete the main quest and restore the peace in the land. Why I think this game is worth playing - Dynamic story - Multiple endings depending on your actions - Great boss battles

Finally over after 15 years ...

Today I got my Bachelor's Degree in Informatics.

grad

Am I proud of myself ? Yes.
Was it worth it ? Not really.
Do I think it will help me get a better job ? No, in this country it is just another useless paper.

But ... I'm glad it's over. Starting a new phase in my life.

Look what i got :)

Even though no one is reading my blog anymore, I r too happy not to share this special moment with all of my puffy friends from Gamespot :P ... lmao

Better late than never: Merry Christmas and Happy New Year :D

Also, you can find me on Facebook (lol, don't ask) ... send me a pm with your profile :P

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still alive ?

If you are, I wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

May the light of Eärendil be with you my friend :P