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  1. Fuck off until it is £10 then you boring cunt
  2. It’s more than worth it, stop being a knob
  3. Natco Black Salt (Kala Namak) 300g https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07QKJLMNZ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_p1IiEb5372W2Q
  4. I made Tofu Scramble at the weekend. It was really nice, but nothing like scrambled eggs really. However, I didn't have any Kala Namak: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kala_namak "Kala namak is appreciated by some vegans in dishes that mimic the taste of eggs. It is used, for example, to season tofu or avocado to mimic an egg salad[citation needed] or deviled eggs" https://lovingitvegan.com/vegan-tofu-scramble/ I've got some on order, so I'll give it a go!
  5. Easiest boss is Rom. Hardest boss is Rom.
  6. Soup tonight, made by blitzing onions, garlic and carrots, then simmering in stock with leftover Kale and Cavolo Nero stalks (waste not, want not), sprouts, and peas. Seasoned with Nooch, Greek Basil, and mint, and served topped with toasted Zaatar, Pumpkin Seeds, Sunflower seeds, vegan feta, and a drizzle of truffle oil because why the fuck not? And if you think I’m being too virtuous, I had a Vegan Almond Magnum afterwards
  7. Chilli wraps tonight. Used a Bol Chilli Non Carne as the starting point, adding kale and a lot more seasoning and spice (it’s quite bland straight out of the pot). Reduced it until thick, then spread the chilli onto a warmed flatbread, topping it with avocado, spring onions, vegan feta, and Oatly creme fraiche, plus more Sriracha of course.
  8. Lakeland! It's quite strong, so I like to cut it with vegenaise, but my friend who recommended it to me just has it neat on everything.
  9. Made a burger tonight by re-forming three Shroomdogs, and simply cooking the patty in the oven. Garnishes were an unusual but winning combo - thinly sliced chilli beetroot, avocado, crumbled vegan feta (only vegan “cheese” I like so far), and a sauce made from Black Garlic Ketchup (you must try this! It’s amazing!), Sriracha, Sundried Tomato Ketchup, and a little Vegenaise I would challenge any meat eater to distinguish it from meat in a blind test. So good!
  10. Worst example for me is Psychonauts. Fucking great game, loved it all - but couldn't complete a section near the end where you have to jump around the outside of a chain link fence, possibly with fire, I forget. But anyway - I simply couldn't do it, and so I never finished the game. Such a shame. Edit: This section I think:
  11. Well look - I guess I'll never know if the utterly amazing time I had on my first play through would have been even more amazing had I not taken it, but I do think it's a really Souls-esque thing to give the player the option of stumbling into even tougher areas if they take the apparently cheat-y thing. It certainly didn't detract from my experience.
  12. Yeah, and then you go into somewhere you shouldn't, get your ass whupped, and mentally file it on the list of "Places to come back to". It's only in hindsight that I'd now be able to think "Right, I'll peg it down to Blight Town, grab the (insert OP pyromancy/weapon/armour) here, homeward bone out, run down to the Catacombs..." etc. At the time, it was just an amazing feeling to have all those options open to me. And seeing it all link back up again was just...mwa! (chef kissing fingers gesture)
  13. No it doesn't! It really, really doesn't.
  14. But as a new player you don't know what areas the key unlocks. There's no "running around" unlocking new areas. You just do exactly what you do without the Master Key, only as you're exploring you may or may not come across a door you can unlock. As I've said, the sense of discovery and map design of this game blew me away. Being able to open a door in a tower, and get to the tough backside of Blight Town in no way diminished that. The game still does an amazing job of channelling you down the proper route. It's actually quite a small list of things it allows you to access anyway: Residences in upper Undead Burg, save for that of Griggs of Vinheim (Replaces Residence Key). Bottom of the tower in which Havel resides in Undead Burg. This leads to Darkroot Basin, and the door can be accessed from that side as well (Replaces Watchtower Basement Key). Lautrec's cell door in Undead Parish (Replaces Mystery Key). Door to the bonfire in The Depths (Replaces Sewer Chamber Key). The passageway between New Londo and the Valley of Drakes (Replaces Key to New Londo Ruins). The cage doors in Sen's Fortress (but not the elevator cages) (Replaces Cage Key) Only two of those in my opinion dramatically alter the route you can take in the game, and as a newb I don't honestly think you would venture too far into those areas anyway without quickly realising you weren't ready. I certainly didn't! Apparently I grabbed a key from a chest in the top part of Blight Town and legged it!
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