I’m writing three posts at once because I’m a busy mom and it’s hard for me to read all three at once, so I’m breaking them up into two separate posts.
No, I don’t mean that I’m disenchanted. I mean I’m not enjoying the game that much, I hate the idea of being forced to spend more time with a guy I just met.
Im not disenchanted but I do hate that I HAVE to spend more time with my kid than I probably should. I have no idea how this game is supposed to end but I have no clue how I’m supposed to spend more time with my kid than I should.
The core gameplay of Disenchantment is like the “fun” in a video game, but it is, at best, a very slow grind of killing and building. It’s a grind that makes you want to quit. It makes you want to do things that you don’t want to do, but you don’t have any other choice.
It is a grind that makes you want to do things that you dont want to do. The fact that your child is in danger and you cant do anything about it is a grind that you dont like. It is a grind that makes you feel that you arent doing anything worthwhile, you are just hanging around a place where you have no purpose.
You have to decide if you are going to let your child’s life be in danger, or if you are going to save your child. You cant save your child, you will have to let her die. This is a grind that makes you feel that you arent doing anything worthwhile. Its a grind that makes you feel that you are just hanging around a place that doesnt have a purpose.
This is a grind that will leave you either feeling like you are not doing anything worthwhile, or like you are just hanging around a place that doesnt have a purpose. I personally feel that the latter is a more accurate description of disenchantment season 2. However, I think that is a less severe misnomer. I think disenchantment season 2 is more of a grind that makes you feel that you arent doing anything worthwhile.
For those who are like me, disenchantment season 2 is the place to go if you dont want to do anything. It is an empty, pointless place that causes you to not only feel lazy, but also to feel guilty for not doing anything. Just because you have seen something, doesn’t mean you have to do anything.
In disenchantment season 2, you get to do as much as possible. You arent told to go out and do anything, the game just sets you up with a few basic tools to do something about your level of disenchantment. It’s not a “dont do something” game. It is a “dont waste time doing something that may have been a waste of time in the first place” game.
You do what you can. I have never played disenchantment season 2, but the only thing I can imagine that would really be a waste of time is being stuck in the same room or in the same room with people who have a lot of different hobbies.