Diablo III and other things

These past few days, I have been looking for jobs and playing a LOT of Diablo III. If you are unfamiliar with the Diablo franchise, let me sum it up fairly briefly: It is a hack-and-slash action role-playing video game, developed and published by Blizzard Entertainment. The aim of the game is to kill Diablo, the Prime Evil. In order to do that, you need to complete Four acts of quests. In Diablo III, they range from killing a certain amount of demons to locating major things, such as a soul stone, a head or something entirely different.

Before you start, you pick a class. I am playing as a Necromancer, but I have completed the game with a Wizard, which is a great class to play. I am on my second play-through at the moment, and I am almost finished with the game. My next character is gonna be a Crusader, which I am very excited to play. I might also bump up the difficulty for this one, since I really need a challenge. At the moment, I think it's too easy to level up and kill Diablo.

Naturally, with a game where the title is 'Diablo', there are some people, who are against it, or people who are doubting, whether you can play the game and still be a Christian. I found a website, where Christians are discussing the game. It is actually quite interesting to read, what they think of the game. If you are interested in reading that conversation, click this link here:

Full disclosure: I was baptized in the Christian faith, but I am not a practicing Christian. I am open to it, however. It all depends on when the time is right and all that good stuff. I attend church sometimes, but it's mostly when there are weddings, baptisms or funerals.

Quick side note: If you go to my previous blog, and look at the comment section, you're probably thinking "Wait a minute, you turned comments off", and the answer to that is yes. Yes I have. Your next question is probably "But why did you do that?". I did it, because I felt that what needed to be said, had been said. Also, it looked like it could escalate at any minute, which is exactly what I feared would happen. That is the reason, why I don't post political stuff. No more of those blogs..

Anyway.. Back to the video games.. Diablo III is a fantastic game, that delivers hours and hours of fun! There are 7 (yes, seven) classes, each with their own unique play-style. So many ways to build your perfect character. It could be a mix of summoning skeletons and bone spikes, to fire and ice. The main story line is short, finished in just 10 hours. But, after that you can go into Adventure Mode, and really rake up the play time! Some say it's endless, which I kind of agree on. So, if you have a PS4, Xbox One or a PC, give this game a look. I promise you will have a BOATLOAD of fun!
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Phil-man. As best you can, without rank surrender, try to stay open to a spiritual side of things. You seem like you won't allow any of the fake, VERY fake, knuckle heads of ORGAN-ized religion bamboozle you. Way too with it.
But never, NEVER, let the evil DIABLO III sneak up on you unawares. Crafty sort, that one.
And, we thought you had a job you liked last year. Covid action there as well?
Greetings to you and to Mom, on our precious US Independence Day.
Well done in killing Diablo....with your last blog. laugh
It's interesting that what you needed to be said was all lies and misinformation based on your socialist ideology, you then didn't even defend your comments running away and now locked comments. Psychologically this is why your favorite game is Diablo and your religious beliefs, as well as your political views, are weak. I understand fully... why most leftists have no genuine ideals and are just followers hiding in video games believing they are warriors attacking Trump. Very Freudian... yet true.
And there you go,Pandora's box: Politics rolling on the floor laughing
Not Diablo.purple heart
Gather around people... it's time for a Diablo III singalong.

You also Karl...put down the Hammer & Sickle and stop handing out Putin leaflets.

Jim, what did I tell you about looking up women's dresses.

And Conrad can you get that bottle of Vodka away from Ralphie Boy.

All together now on 3.


It's a beautiful day in this neighborhood
A beautiful day for a neighbor
Would you be mine?
Could you be mine?
It's a neighborly day in this beauty wood
A neighborly day for a beauty
Would you be mine?
Could you be mine?
I have always wanted to have a neighbor just like you
I've always wanted to live in a neighborhood with you
So, let's make the most of this beautiful day
Since we're together we might as well say:
Would you be mine?
Could you be mine?
Won't you be my neighbor?
Won't you please
Won't you please?
Please won't you be my neighbor?
You help to make each day a special day
By just your being yourself
There’s nobody else in the whole world who’s exactly like you
And people can like you exactly as you are.
That you prefer little boys. scold
Obviously you're not a good neighbor. rolling on the floor laughing
If you want a good neighbor, try being one. head banger
I cut your grass and you complained it was still too long. Lefties are never happy. comfort
It seems that you are one of a few on CS with common sense.

Turning off your blog was a good move, as you are not throwing oil to a flame. thumbs up
Diablo, I have a mission for you if you wish to take it...totally up to you like Find The Demon.

After reading this article although this site is not a Christian one I may have found a NEW communist infiltrator in the "Blogs".

Communists taking over Christian churches by putting themselves on managing boards.

God Speed and may your mission be successful. cheers
General Bacon Lee..Shut up with your propaganda BS...Log off and make yourself useful.
Go flaunt your a**. rolling on the floor laughing
Always joy
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