I have played combat games in the past, for example World of Warcraft. However, whenever I‘m in a combat game, I find myself either questing, training pets or exploring the map instead of fighting ther players… Seems I‘m a pacifist gamer so to sayIndeed, and time to eat it, lots of time
But don't forget the cheese, a holey experience.
So obviously you avoid all combat games, right?
You should figure out to negotiate peace treaties between various guilds and factions.I have played combat games in the past, for example World of Warcraft. However, whenever I‘m in a combat game, I find myself either questing, training pets or exploring the map instead of fighting ther players… Seems I‘m a pacifist gamer so to say
Haha, maybe But don't these games just exist for having war?You should figure out to negotiate peace treaties between various guilds and factions.
I see what you did thereI don’t know, but the flag is a big plus.
Joking aside, I think the best thing about growing up in Switzerland is the multilingualism. There's three national languages (German, French and Italian)* and you get confronted with those languages plus English from early childhood on. So, even if I don't speak Italian for example, I can understand an italian text and sometimes even a speech (if they talk it slowly).What’s the best part about living in Switzerland?
Yeah, if you learn useful languages. Of the 4 I learned, only English & German are/were useful—Irish is all but dead, and Latin has been in the grave for centuries. I've always been annoyed by that, would have been so much better to learn Spanish and French.multilingualism
Besides the fact that its part of my studies, I enjoy learning dead languages! It's like a puzzle game to me Depending on what you count as an own language and what's just a different epoch of a language, I've learned five dead languages so far (three of them being different epochs of the same language)...Latin has been in the grave for centuries.
Well then, since you have uncovered a secret of Wordle—repeat letters for efficiency—try Alina and Swiss tomorrow! Something else should then become clear…I tried Irish as a word and its not in their database
That's the saving grace, of course. I'm looking forward to the much wider range of chats in the afterlife, should be stimulating—altho I hear the word 'resurrect' has been banned for a couple of millennia now. No others, I hope.I've learned five dead languages so far
I try words with one letter each until I'm about sure (or at least I think I'm sure) which letters are in the word. Since the solution can have the same letter twice (or even three times, depending on the word).... I let my gutfeeling deciderepeat letters for efficiency
I haven't played in a while, and NYT may have changed the rules, but if I recall correctly, proper nouns are not involved—that's words which are normally capitalized, like names etc.Are you trying to tell me that no country related words are involved in the riddles
One big strategy I used was that I came up with two throw-away words that have the most used letters in the English language. I can usually guess after that by process of elimination. If I still have no idea, I have a third word that uses the next most-used letters.Ah I see! Thanks for the tip, they didn't state this in their game info. I guess I have to recap some English grammar for the next try