Rally racing, awesome as it is, tends to be a European phenomenon. Hilly, public tracks, often off-road. Rallies have been around since the advent of the automobile (mimicking horse-and-buggy races), and nowadays are high-speed, handbrake-turning, hump-jumping affairs. Outside of the European races, a few prominent rallies exist, with the Baja 1000 and the Paris-Dakar being two of the largest.
Next are Ancestries, aka \"Races but without the baggage of calling people 'races'\". We have the expected dwarf and elf, but there's also ghouls and trolls and sprites and some weird satyr guys called Leywalkers. Each Ancestry will increase one of two select aspect's max value, gives a few special abilities including environmentally-focused rerolls (ie, \"dwarfs do better underground\"). There's also 3 backgrounds you can choose from/roll for, a kind of \"are you a city human or a backwoods human\". These not only give some more mechanical bonuses, but also a bit of flavor to help flesh out your character. Like everywhere else, there's some solid descriptions of what these people are like but none of them are going to shackle you into a concept.
The game's biggest strength is also its main weakness. Talisman was a game from the 70's, designed to be open-ended with it's world since you were supposed to fill in the details and cribbing a lot off of other media (Tolkein, fairy tales, etc). This means that things can be vague or at least not to detailed. The religion is just \"Good\" or \"Evil\" with very little differentiation, there are mummies but no Egypt, Mammoths and Apes in the English countryside, some ancestries feel really ingrained but others feel a bit \"oh, there's those guys\", and a lot of things just...happen in the history. This is closer to early D&D where the book is an open stage with a lot of props, as opposed to a World of Darkness where everything has been spelled out for 5,000 years and sixteen books.
The greenskins have no homeland to speak of. They capture other races' settlements and then make those places their own, decorating them with tribal graffiti, wood, and scrap materials fashioned into crude symbols, and oftentimes, the bones of those they have slain. This leads to a very unique form of architecture that is distinctively ramshackle.
Goblins are also the most adept of the greenskin races at using technology. Goblins build objects of simple, but effective design. As with all greenskin construction, machines and siege engines cobbled together by Goblins have a very primitive look, but a five-hundred-pound rock hurts just as much when its hurled through the air by a crudely-fashioned greenskin Rock Lobber as an ornate Dwarf Grudge Thrower.
Long ago, when Chaos was first unleashed upon the world, the Elven champion Aenarion drew the dread Sword of Khaine from its altar and used its terrible power to save his people from annihilation. When Aenarion died, his son Malekith was deemed unsuitable for the throne. Although he was a mighty warrior, a great sorcerer , a brilliant general and the rightful heir, many Elves opposed his coronation. They feared he was too focused on war, and potentially a de-stabilizing influence on the High Elf race. In retaliation, over many years Malekith engineered a terrible civil war that divided the race of Elves into two factions.
Unlike the High Elves, who continually seek to suppress their passions lest they be overcome by them, the Dark Elves willingly embrace their hedonistic nature. Dark Elf society emphasizes individualism, selfishness, and pride. They have little regard for one another and even less for the other races of the world, whom they see as potential slaves and subjects.
The Dwarfs are an ancient and industrious race that is long past its prime. Their once-great empire of Karak Ankor now lies in ruins and many of the Dwarfs mighty mountain holds have been abandoned or conquered by Orcs and Goblins, with whom the Dwarfs have warred for centuries. It is not uncommon to hear a Dwarf wistfully recall the great glories of the past, observing bitterly that nothing the Dwarfs do in this day and age can compare to the majesty of what once was.An enormously proud people, the Dwarfs are quick to react to any slight, real or imagined, and remember any such infraction for years, even passing on the responsibility of vengeance to their heirs through their Books of Grudges. It is perhaps because of their obstinate pride that the Dwarfs refuse to openly admit that their culture is slowly creeping towards its nadir. Inwardly, however, they know that they are a doomed race. This gives them a uniquely dour outlook upon the world and perhaps explains their great fondness for drowning their sorrows in tankard after tankard of ale.In fact, the only thing that the Dwarfs love more than a good mug of ale is gold. A Dwarf in the throes of goldlust is a thing to behold. The races legendary drive and stamina is brought into sharp relief when they are presented with the opportunity to acquire gold. As miners and experts on ore and metals, the Dwarfs are without peer. Items of Dwarven craftsmanship and engineering are the most valuable in all the world, revered even by the Elves.The fates of the Dwarfs and men of the Empire are inextricably intertwined. Ever since the day Sigmar united the tribes of men in the defense of the Dwarfs at the Battle of Black Fire Pass, the stout warrior-folk have honored their oath to come to the aid of men in times of need. With the fate of the Empire now hanging in the balance, it seems that this old debt may soon come to call.
Meanwhile, in the Griffin Empire, Isabel's position as Queen is challenged by Archbishop Randall and other local lords, who begin a civil war. A mysterious necromancer, Markal, assists Isabel in her fight against the rebels. Markal reveals himself to be the former advisor to Nicolai's mother, Queen Fiona, and offers to help Isabel revive her dead husband with the Vampire's Garment. Although Isabel trusts him and helps him to gather its pieces, Godric is less gullible, warning Isabel that Markal had been banished years ago for his necromancy and treachery. Isabel ignores him, and as she and Markal gather the artifacts, she destroys former alliances with the Elves and the Wizards, whose leader, Cyrus, is killed by Markal for one of the artifacts. When Godric can take it no more, he keeps the last artifact and barricades himself in the Wizard city of Hikm. Markal retaliates by kidnapping his daughter as blackmail, and later defeats Godric, who is imprisoned. Isabel and Markal then begin their march to the Hall of Heroes.
Victory Chests are awarded to players who place 1st and 2nd in races. There is no limit to how many Victory Chests one can obtain in a day, but one can only hold four chests at a time. After obtaining them, the Victory Chests must be unlocked in order to obtain its rewards. To unlock a Victory Chest, the player must select it, and then must either wait for a certain amount of time which the chest is unlocked afterwards, spend Red Star Rings in order to unlock them immediately, or view an advertisement to unlock them immediately (for Silver Chests only). When unlocking via the first method, only one Victory Chest can be unlocked at a time, although its Red Star Ring cost decreases in proportion to the amount of time waited, allowing the player to still unlock the Victory Chest by spending a reduced cost of Red Star Rings. Any other Victory Chests can still be unlocked via the second method.
Weather and lighting - realistic storms and snowfalls, new weathers, both grim and vibrant up to your taste, greatly improved & more realistic world lighting, and completely new immersive little things - from rainbows to rain splashes. Everything is here. Make sure that ENB presets are often tweaked for certain weather and/or lighting mod, so it won't look properly with some random weather/lighting mod installed. Incompatibility between ENB preset and weather/lighting mods does [NOT] mean your game will crash or something, but ENB may look weird. Remember this if you'll decide to switch your weather/lighting mod.
The key thing to remember is this: you can definitely still run marathons, ultramarathons, and other big races even if you are prone to getting hemorrhoids. You just need to learn good habits that will relieve the hemorrhoids and allow you to keep running and keep pushing yourself to the finish line.
you wanna actually give credit to the ps3 developer whom made this possible ... and by the way the ps3 must be a DEX (debug console) or a Retail Consle witch runs firmware 3.55 or below to then be converted from CEX (Retail Console) to DEX 1e1e36bf2d