nmelssx, The Reader

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3/23/2014

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Long Way From Home
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You're a long way from home. Will you be able to earn your way back? Score = How much gold you have in the end.
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Recent Posts

Presidential Debates on 10/12/2016 6:02:23 PM
He doesn't even know what the nuclear triads are, and when asked about which three of them he would focus on as a president, he answer with "I think nuclear is very important. Very important indeed." Like, lmao.
New Account. This One's Permanent. on 8/24/2016 4:10:24 AM
Or maybe she logs on once every month.
Bully! on 8/18/2016 3:08:59 PM
Yes, so strong that you eventually ended up shooting up a school. THE POWER OF BEING BULLIED. In all seriousness, any non-excessive kind of sufferings in modicum will make people stronger, as long as they learn something from them.
Anyone having a problem with PMs? on 8/18/2016 2:58:42 PM
What do you mean individual messages?
Forum Front page broken on 7/8/2016 2:51:13 AM
it happened for a second.
Grammar Pet Peeves on 6/20/2016 5:16:46 PM
The biggest grammar mess up for most people is using the correct (your you're). Literally, I remember in 8th grade 100% of the people wrote (your) when they're suppose to use (you're) when writing end of the year letters to everyone else. your the man, have nice break your kool your the blah blah
CYS Story Generator on 6/16/2016 5:06:16 PM
You remember you have amnesia. How ironic. Haha.
Using variables to progress to different endings? on 6/9/2016 1:33:36 AM
Haha. Yes. Of course you can. Otherwise, if scripting were to be limited to only one variable per execution, it would get really confusing, not to mention tedious.
Using variables to progress to different endings? on 6/9/2016 1:10:14 AM
I would use two variables for this. The two variables I would use would be green and blue. Set the variables to one if it is true and leave it alone if it's not. Then when it's time to check whether you should buy the shirt or not just check to see if the variables are set to one or not. This way is less confusing. Also, always remember to pick relevant variable name so you won't be confused when you reread your codes.
Getting confused on 6/8/2016 5:18:22 PM
Three weeks is too generous. Three days sounds just about right.