@shadowknight666: I thought you might like that one. It's a wonderful balance. The (good) Puzzler's the idealist, with his "guns are for cowards, no killing" philosophy. And Samuel's more of a pragmatist, "do whatever it takes."
Exactly. I have to agree with Sam On this one. Or At Least Cain does XD.
Well, that all depends.
Just know the future will ALWAYS be superior to the past regardless of technique. It'd be like taking down a tank with a BB Gun, Or in your case, A Pointy Rock Tied to a stick.
I Shall Leave you with this my friend.
"Don't flatter yourself. You were never even a player."
"I deserve sympathy for the sins of my sordid past, not scorn. Those were difficult days; I was probably very confused and out of my mind on drink or drugs. It's not always about "good" and "evil."
"I remember what death tastes like. Trust me. They're alive."
- The games are immaterial. What matters are the stakes.
I like this. reminds me of Rem.
See, the only difference between a winner and a loser is character. Every man has a price to charge and a price to pay. Yeah, I've paid mine in spades.
If I learned anything in my life it's this: Always play the hand you're dealt. My name is Gambit. And I play for keeps.