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This week, I did some experiment with myself, concerning my emotions and blog post. Sounds ridiculous? It is! But it has a meaning for me, and I learned more about my own self.

I started playing Final Fantasy yesterday, and still in somewhere in the middle of disc one (last save is in the train to Timber). Triple Triad is interesting, and I'm positive this is the first time I'm playing it seriously. Not sure why I wasn't interested before this.

The plan for today was supposed to be meeting my friend in KL, but she had another plan, so it was cancelled.

Tomorrow, my friends and I will be going to Muar for wedding ceremony of our senior. But I'm still waiting for confirmation from them.

Well I guess that's it. Not much happened in this week.

Peace and out


  1. You should try the no-level challenge then, since you'll be playing A LOT of triple triad to compensate for your low level.

    But it's not a challenge actually, in fact, you'll actually become extremely strong early on in-game. Oh oh oh, try out the no GF playthrough as well :D

    It made the game so easy, I stopped playing sometime after getting King tonberry GF...

    Yah, I'm so lame. When will I ever finish FFVIII?

    P/S: Dollet region rules are such a pain in the neck.

  2. yeah, I get the feeling that the game will be too easy if I dedicate myself to Triple Triad. I want to try the challenge! but maybe during my second walkthrough, when I am more familiar with the game :D

    yeah I understand that feeling. even I still have a lot in my backlog :(


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