Microsoft: "Account recovery is 100% automated, we can't manually help you at all. But, it also takes 24 hours to let you know if your account was recovered after you answered our 14 page Questionnaire that reads like a Phishing attempt."
My Opinion: The worst things a game can be is boring. At least if it's bad, there's still some value in it in the form of "what not to do", or as a guilty pleasure. But, if it's just boring? That's like "nobody will even know your game exists" levels of awful.
The other day I impulse bought the D&D 5E version of the Planescape stuff (my favorite D&D Setting). I told our group I did, and then suddenly I was elected to be the "off DM". So... now I'm putting together a HomeBrew One-Shot...
Coraltipus - A very strange form of octopus that disguises itself as a portion of or as the entire coral reef. It is unclear if the coral that covers its arms, head, and back are part of its skin or a separate creature living on it. If a ship strikes this creature by accident, sailors are usually in for a losing battle against this terrifying giant of the sea.
I like studying what people choose to do in games. Whether that's what classes they pick to play, which types of decks they like to run, or even where they like to put their hotels in Monopoly. Always interesting.
The world would be a better place if everyone was requried by law to walk 1 mile with a rock in their shoes. I don't know what we'd get out of it, but at least everyone would have 1 hardship we've all shared.
My life: "Oh man, I'm spending too much money. I have to be broke. I'm too anxious to ever check my bank statements."
Check my bank statement.
"Why do I have $2,000 more than last time I looked despite spending too much money?"
And... when my group canceled D&D for tomorrow, I went, "hey, it's okay, I'll just play my Bee game". Cue everyone going, "What Bee game?" and I think I just sold 4 more copies of that game to my friends.
Shower Thoughts: ". . . Scammers would be OP in the Elder Scrolls. They could just get speech 100 and blatantly ask everyone for all of their money, and everyone would think it's a great investment. And then after being robbed blind, they'd say, with a smile on their face, 'need something?' "