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- Sat Mar 20, 2010 8:16 am
- Forum: Sysops Conclave
- Topic: Players like options rather than retro changes
- Replies: 53
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First off: great idea to bring this thread up again, we need more (new) blood for sure. Before I actually sit down and bother to conceive of and type out a comprehensive incentive scheme though, could you confirm you have programming time backing from Brad? I skimmed the thread to refresh my memory ...
How is Seville_BORED not up in here? His website was a starting point for many, MANY players, my newbie-self included. Despite all the rumors and gossip about him around the time he left, I think he deserves mention for creating a vehicle that showed so very many new players the way in the very conf...
- Tue Sep 19, 2006 1:15 pm
- Forum: The Great Room
- Topic: Accurate Horoscopes from Mystic Xaph
- Replies: 6
- Views: 2044
You on the other hand are far more than capable of misinterpreting them I'm sure!
I liked the 8 bit better as well. A few friends of mine even left the game when the new FE was pretty much required to progress. Still, Brad is only one person, and I'd prefer updated/debugged/expanded content over a haulover of the old FE to make it compatible with quirks/tiers/what not. Incidental...
- Fri Mar 31, 2006 1:51 am
- Forum: The Great Room
- Topic: Disarm and HealingTouch
- Replies: 4
- Views: 1426
Not quite an answer to your question, but a suggestion few I know think of (no offense) and which perhaps makes it a little easier to bear. Rather than making crit-specific macro's for disarm, set up one macro. The macro, of course, is "focus disarm". Assign it to a certain keystroke (I use alt+5 bu...
Wooo, go Leifers, most seem cool! Gonna make a few comments.. I think Legendary Drinker could do with an added +2 agi on top of the +2 str/con (personally I think agi is a more useful stat than either str and con). Balm Affinity seems cool though arguably less useful for healers and low-hp crits. I ...
It wasn't until 1991 that a man in England could be sued for raping his wife. Apparently it wasn't until that year that "an agreement to cohabitation" excluded intercourse. I guess that took care of what little incentive people had left to get married in the first place. Bet you always wanted to kno...