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First topic as an Approved account :D Hey guys, I don't know if you've already played this game, but it's a fun forum game i've played hundreds of times and every time with even better outcomes. The objective of the game is as simple as holding possession of the hill. It all starts by the original poster claiming the hill (with a flag) - and you continue by saying how you claim the hill from them! This obviously continues on from poster to poster like so; Poster A- Claims the hill. Poster B- Knocks Poster B off the hill with a Frisbee and plants flag on hill. Poster C- Lulls Poster C to sleep with 'Soft Kitty' and then plants flag on hill, after removing Poster B's You must plant the flag, or someone else can pop up and just plant it without any effort, stealing your creativity. I'll start nice and simple. I walk up the hill and plant by flag, and stand there watching over all you. My hill.
It makes me wonder after reading various comments on all internet platforms which describes Sheldon as a dictator/control-freak/tyrant. We all know he likes getting his way. What Sheldon wants, Sheldon gets. I know some will say that this is one of his characteristics that makes Sheldon, well, Sheldon. But I wonder for the sake of character growth, would you want to lessen Sheldon being a spoiled brat or do you think that takes too much away from his character? There are times that he is completely oblivious that what he is doing is hurting other people and I just don't see the other characters being happy about that in the long run. At some points, I feel he is crossing the line a tad too much with the things that he does. His obsession with being in control is definitely part of his identity but life is not realistically like that and I for one, would love to see an episode wherein Sheldon overcomes some sort of losing/rejection (I don't count the one with Kripke because in the end, he still believed he won over him by telling about the Shamy fabricated sex life) where he actually comes to terms with it completely. Anyway, would love to hear all of your insights.