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4 hours ago, Yrkul said:

Just farming liches, so I don't have to do it in Railjack.

I swear, sometimes it feels like DE wants people to burn out.

I, on the other hand, am looking forward to having something to actually use my tricked out Railjack on, assuming it's not Scarlet Spear 'Cephalon Cy taxi service' all over again.

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That's subjective, of course. Railjack has not been the most frequented part of the game for a long time.

And not having the tricked out Railjack will make the whole thing a lot more painful. I should probably see to that as well (sigh).

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1 hour ago, MagPrime said:

Finished all the Stargates, now onto DS9.  Again

I can recommend Babylon 5, and there's of course also Firefly.

And if you like it cheesy:

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2 hours ago, Yrkul said:

I can recommend Babylon 5, and there's of course also Firefly.

And if you like it cheesy:

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DS9 is my comfort show.  I go back to it while I look for something else to watch and that looks amazing!  Thank you.

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8 minutes ago, Yrkul said:

We lost a lot of sci-fi veterans in 2020. I feel really old now.

Truly, and not just this year. One of those we lost in recent years was Richard Hatch, the actor who plays Kharn in "Prelude to Axanar", in 2017: 

And just this week we lost MIra Furlan, the actress who played Delenn from "Babylon 5":

 

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If we're to dig up old sci-fi series from our past, there's the '79 series of Buck Rogers. And of course Blake's 7 (got to track that one down myself one of these days).

And Red Dwarf! Never forget Red Dwarf.

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14 minutes ago, (PSN)Raven-Ghosthawk said:

I need new anime to watch.

Don't look at me for a recommendation, I mostly only watch weird one-off series that have long since been forgotten.

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36 minutes ago, (PSN)Raven-Ghosthawk said:

I need new anime to watch. And preferably something that doesn't remind me of the news so hard.

Took a quick gander at my old anime collection. These are physical copies, so they should be good enough for me to invest in them back in the day. I picked titles, that I don't think are all that well known.

Argentosoma

Azumanga Daio

Blue Submarine No.6.

Brain Powered.

Chobits.

Chrono Crusade.

Comic Party.

DNA2.

Dragon Half.

Dual.

Eden's Bowy.

Excel Saga.

Full Metal Panic.

Gasaraki.

Geneshaft.

Genocyber.

Geobreeders.

Most of the titles on my shelves are between 15 and 30+ years old. Say if you want me to pick some more, continuing from "H".

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35 minutes ago, Aldain said:

Don't look at me for a recommendation, I mostly only watch weird one-off series that have long since been forgotten.

Rage of Bahamut is one of my favs. 

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If some of my selection might help:

  • Ambition of Oda Nobuna
  • Asterisk Wars
  • Bleach
  • Chivalry of a Failed Knight
  • Expelled from Paradise
  • Ghost in the Shell
  • Heavy Object
  • Hundred
  • Mobile Suit Gundam 00
  • Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn
  • Redline
  • Sengoku Basara
  • Vandread

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One of the shows I picked up that I can recommend was "Flashpoint":

"NCIS" was my thing for awhile, not bad, but it being the same formula -- crime involving Navy/Marine, usually winding up with a dead perpetrator -- got a little stale. So this, a crime drama heavy on negotiation first and lethal force as a last resort, was a breath of fresh air:

The above episode, dad with a daughter awaiting a heart transplant gets notified that a viable heart is en route, but is told on arrival that he was mistakenly notified and his daughter is sent back to the waiting list. Hostage situation ensues.

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