posted on Sep, 10 2019 @ 02:35 PM
I don't know how many remember the original Fable for Xbox I think then remade for 360. I think they are currently making IV for next gen. In it you
are a legendary hero , a young kid who was trained after being orphaned by the guild then he sets out on his life as a hero or villain , your choice.
If you make moral decision s your appearance reflects that you get angel wings and a halo, but if you make bad decisions your clothes look darker you
look dirty and eyes glow red and flies follow you.
I played this game years ago ,and just went through beginning on 360. I played as villian years ago. Games I just like to mess around and be bad.
It's just a game. So I had to do every choice evil, see some wandering adventurers Rob and kill them. Lol. I would start looking like a good guy if
didn't. Something about taboo, well I know I am not supposed too but what the he**.
Anyway after I played this game it changed my outlook on things. Always try to do what's right, every decision. I don't have that many choices that
are of importance. I am getting a credit card in mail this week I could hide it from dad 400 credit line go to GameStop . I am supposed to give to dad
so he could get car on road. I could keep it for myself but will probably do right thing. Daily decision s are my dad can't hear TV wants me tell him
what they say, I get frustrated sometimes. Nothing too big he talks all day and sometimes i am on phone and yell than feel bad and apologize .
This whole moral code I think what religion was getting at. While we are here. Code of conduct. I am still learning about or making up my mind what to
think, but angels and demons and the devil are figures or symbols. I mean worry about life on earth right now, be good. Don't think the devil is
going to kick your a** if you cheat on your wife or get put into hellish torment or psychological. Just relax and deal with what we can now , put best
foot forward. I try to study Christianity I wanted to study all religions but didn't get around to it. I think the message of do unto others as you
would like done to you or love thy neighbor might have been blurred or not seen by most people today. I am just guessing here lots of religious in
high school or psych wards or program or community just people being people.