Because Dredmor has such huge gobloads of content, I bet lots of people still have moments like this-- when you realize that even though you've played forever and ever, you're still kind of a noob. For me (total 205 hours): Playing 70 hours before I finally started trying Tinkering and Crossbows. Yes, I spent 70 hours not doing ranged weapons at all haha. How I survived I have no idea. Taking 100 hours to beat Dredmor for the first time (Dwarven Moderation, no Permadeath, at least 50 deaths). After playing 130 hours, discovering that Mud Wrens are used for a brewing recipe, and are not just there to troll you with a debuff. After playing 160 hours, discovering that wands can be sold for the same price no matter how many charges. I have still not even touched Mathemagic. I never played Going Rogue seriously until 150 hours. Newfound respect for this game now. Always: getting Wizard's Sleeves with awesome stats and still getting mad about it.