[whinepost] Recommend me a New Eve activity


#1

Hello there. Since I depressed and today KCD is a reality-proof shelter for me, please recommend me a side quest or an activity in KCD to participate in something interesting, because in the real world a lot of happy people around but I can’t react in a positive, happy way, what makes my depression only worse.

(in the game I need not react by myself but to select pre-defined answers, and it’s a huge relief actually)


#2

Sasau Charlatan questline is weirdly interesting.


#3

The house of God. Next to Godliness. In God’s hands. Courtship. At your service, my lady.


#4

How to activate it? All my interaction with him is the fingerbone from a good guy.


#5

Sasau inn or green depending on time of day or do the dlc questline


#6

Thanks! The house of god is really good, but it’s a part of the main quest.


#7

Will try! Thank you!


#8

Have fun being alone on this crappy holiday

That made no sense, I’m here with you alone 2


#9

Well not that crappy, if you’re healthy, having a nice job and a kind family. Luckily I have family, but it isn’t enough to bring the happiness back to Eve :frowning:


#10

It is not a crappy holiday… Try and think that every day is a holiday and every meal is a feast.


#11

Lucky you…


#12

Glad you don’t have depression, avoid it by any cost. It’s a weird state of the brain[*] when the only reactions remain with you are negative ones. A little relief is eating, but physical activities are unbearable and socializing is stupid and everything is senseless and you hope all it will end soon.

[*] I mean, it’s not a “bad mood”, but a “real” problem deep in brain tissues. There are dozens of kinds of depression - but at the moment no reliable method to cure any.

In most cases, only meds grant real cure, and after a time a person is as healthy as they were before. Less lucky patients develop depression so strong, it becomes a lifetime partner for a person.

Taking a variety of harsh drugs three times per day, all you can achieve is a mild depression instead of the numbing one. In other words, from a grieving vegetable, you become “that sad guy” with ex-friends, ex-career and discarded dreams.


#13

And then look at me the sad guy without depression or real family… :slight_smile:


#14

Are you sure you don’t have one? I mean, a healthy brain is not a sad lazy loner. There are meds to cure sadness, meds to boost motivation etc. Try a psychiatrist. Depending on the country you live in, there’s a big chance of getting better.


#15

Jesus so harsh, I’m fine just going through some stuff


#16

“As far as we can discern, the sole purpose of human existence is to kindle a light of meaning in the darkness of mere being”.


#17

That sounds like some crap out of the bible or some part of right wing propaganda.


#18

Haha, that’s what you got from that. Cool cool.


#19

What? That crap has been spewed out by monarchs and their fake speakers of religion to maintain peace.


#20

That crap, was spewed out by a world renowned psychologist.