>Play Alith Anar >Recruit army of invisible shadow walker elf ninjas >Attack imposing dark elf city >Hmm, I don't think I can take this. I'll get destroyed by archers and towers before I can climb the walls. >Wait a minute, my shadow walker elf ninjas are invisible unless the enemy are within like 10 meters of them. >Lightbulb moment >Start siege >Use my one visible unit, the eagles Alith Anar starts with, and sit him on the far west corner of the map. >All of the enemy units sit on the far western part of the wall to counter the only threat they can see >Half of the wall is completely unoccupied, with no manned defensive towers >Climb all my shadow warrior elf ninjas onto the wall >Run all my shadow warrior elf ninjas into the capture point and capture it >Enemy realizes oh shit, that's not good and rushes for the square >but it's too late >the moment they show their faces there are only 30 seconds remaining until victory >30 seconds during which anyone who even tries to approach the square gets shot by enough arrows to impersonate the final scene of Jet Li's Hero >win the battle with less than 90 people killed on either side, only 2 of which were my own
I must say, being edgy sure does have its benefits.
> Play strategy games on the reg since adolescence > develop a disregard for human life within the games and within real life > think and feel nothing about unironically killing and or tyrannizing billions within the games or in real life > laugh at geopolitical tragedies and atrocities within the world > hardly bat an eye at historical atrocities, actually find Hitler's and Stalin's funny at times > think about killing people while also calculating how to get away with it, in practice killing nobody while hating a lot of people > fantasize and structure own real life around seizing power for all this - already in law school, fascinated with Robespierre and Lenin (both lawyers)