So yesterday, I finally got my brand new power supply for my Xbox 360, and it works GREAT. It's as quiet as my first one was when the console was brand new. And with this in mind, it reminded of something that I learned when repairing my PS2 a few years ago; third party companies care more about keeping your stuff running once the console's lifespan is over.
Now, to keep up interest in this "project", I'm going to post the entry data partially filled in, since I'm still on the setup run for this round.
- Name: George Shepard
- Background-"It's not about how hard you can get hit. It's about how hard you can get hit and get back up." No phrase has meant more in the life of George Shepard than this. Born on Earth and given to an orphanage while he was still in diapers, he lived there until it was closed down when he was 10. Forced onto the streets at that point, he was recruited by the Tenth Street Reds as a pickpocket due to his small size, but became more of a bruiser as he got older and bigger.
But he always wanted more; he worked toward getting his high school diploma equivalent and trained at how to fight at the local YMCA. And when he finally turned 18, he left his life on Earth behind and joined the Systems Alliance Navy. And life in the military fulfilled him; he worked as a marine during his on duty time, and studied for his college degree in his off. And things went great until he was sent to Akuze during the first year of his second enlistment. He lost his entire unit there during the attack of a Thresher Maw, and he had to spend a month seeing a psychiatrist to help with the stress of the horrors he saw. But George is not giving up; he refuses to give up on himself or the galaxy. He will still do whatever he can to make him self, and the galaxy, better.
- Extra power-Barrier
- Build-Since the first game is very much a run and gun, especially in close quarters, I've build George to be able to soak up damage. This means I've focused on Barrier, getting my armor to max and getting the shield recharge and boosting Fitness to get both health and Immunity. I've also taken Shock Trooper, to boost health, damage protection, and give bonuses to Immunity.
- Created on date-This one will be the date I start the insanity run; so it will be the day that the level 56 version of George will start.
- Setup-What level and gear I start the run with. This will be more clear when I do the first entry.
- Companion tier-How good each companion is based on the difficulty and my build. And I want to make things clear; just because I don't like a companion's characterization doesn't mean they're automatically low tier. For example, Baldur's Gate 2 has an incredibly annoying character in Aerie, but she's incredibly useful due to her being able to use both arcane and clerical magic. So I use her when I'm doing a run where I'm not using Viconia, who is a pure cleric.
- Level of frustration-How angry I got with the BS the game throws at me. Like I said, I'm not going for the challenge, so I'm going to get mad at the cheap stuff the game throws at me.
- Content completed-The vanilla game, and Bring Down the Sky. Pinnacle Station was used to gear up for this run, but due to the buffs that even low level enemies get on Insanity, a couple missions get really, really cheap.
- Achievements I'm going for-Medal of Valor, the only achievement I have left to get on this game.
- Finish date
- Final thoughts-This is where I wrap up my feelings on the run.
I should be ready to start the run by the end of next Friday, and it shouldn't take me more than two weeks to get through it. I say two weeks because I'm going to get pissed off and not want to play for a while after a number of unfair deaths. But for now, look forward to future posts, check out my referral code of you're a SWTOR player, and stay beautiful freaks!