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    Quote Originally Posted by Codeshaper View Post
    That was in the mid-80s, when I had season tickets. A few years before that there were actual metal bleachers in the back. You could sit there for $2. Plenty of room to spread out, too, 'cause the Sox were so good...

    Oh, and this:

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    Can we get any/all info on cc right now? Fri night on Orien and it seems to be bugged any info at *all* would be greatly appreciated! Thx a bunch! :P! !

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    I was worried by the lack of this forum feature last week, but am now glad to see that it's back.

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    Speaking of awesome, here's my beginning-to-smell suggestion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whereispowderedsilve View Post
    Can we get any/all info on cc right now? Fri night on Orien and it seems to be bugged any info at *all* would be greatly appreciated! Thx a bunch! :P! !
    Ive sent out an alert.

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    Default Best item ever?

    Best item ever? Has to be the "Deck of Many Things." Ahh so many good times to be had with that back in the day.

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    If the "best item ever" isn't a runearm that alternately fires halflings and kobolds, there will be people very disappointed.

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    Taken completely out of context of course
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    .. the "best item ever" is ... a runearm that alternately fires halflings and kobolds ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by oradafu View Post
    If the "best item ever" isn't a runearm that alternately fires halflings and kobolds, there will be people very disappointed.
    Is that like a dwarven thrower that actually throws dwarves?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aashrym View Post
    Is that like a dwarven thrower that actually throws dwarves?
    Yes, exactly. And I believe it should be called Green Eggs and Ham.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MajMalphunktion View Post
    Maybe the best new item in a game...EVER. No, it is not Mjolnir.
    Hrm... items... jet packs for the folks that keep wanting the fly spell?

    Alchemical tower shields with actual tower shield stats?

    Ring of Evasion to make multiclassing even more pointless?

    Using trapped soul gems to summon the things you trapped so the spell is actually useful to it's user, instead of trying to turn them into a plat-farming tool?

    Either trap-laying that can kill level appropriate mobs finally, or mob-seeking spider-traps?
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    He's a kobold, so I'm thinking Tanglefoot bags.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister_Peace View Post
    He's a kobold, so I'm thinking Tanglefoot bags.
    Thought we had those already though, by way of having those craftable flashbangs (rune stones).

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    is it safe to assume you guys ignored the crafted handwrap bugs again?

    this really is getting sad that i should have to use epic mabar wraps in echrono just because they let me keep power attack on, instead of getting the +9 to-hit that my crafted wraps should be giving me :/

    btw i can find a post where a developer(or moderator) said update 11 would be 'the update for handwraps' if you want

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    No mention of the bugged Artificer PL?

    Bugged epic chests?

    These don't qualify as "boom" issues needing a hot-fix last week or at least a mention they're a known issue and being worked on?

    Very much regretting purchasing Artificer now - can't even TR into it without f-in' up my completionist plan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Codeshaper View Post
    BTW, for those of you who didn't grow up with the 60s-90s Sox, the true definition of a successful Boston season is one in which the Yankees don't win the World Series.

    heh -- only baseball game I've ever attended was Red Sox, late 70s, so yeah -- go Sox !! boo to the Yankees

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    Quote Originally Posted by Codeshaper View Post
    Hey Major, I think what you mean is, Go Tigers! Really, it just never gets old watching the Yankees lose. Especially on a couple of A-Rod strikeouts.

    BTW, for those of you who didn't grow up with the 60s-90s Sox, the true definition of a successful Boston season is one in which the Yankees don't win the World Series.

    No... Go Lions! xD 4-0 so far. Hell froze over at 3-0. Talk about nuts... worse team in history is doing good for the first time in like... forever it seems. XD

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    Quote Originally Posted by MajMalphunktion View Post
    Busy couple of weeks. When is it not? It always seems like the fall at Turbine goes by in a blur.I'm not even sure when it became October. We are wrapping up update 11 patch 1 soon (barring last minute bug failures of course) and moving headlong into Update 12. I personally can't wait to share - Update 12 is going to be my favorite release this year. Maybe the best new item in a game...EVER. No, it is not Mjolnir.

    Patch has some love in it, a bunch of Pet and Hireling fixes, that melee physics fix, some UI fixes and almost too many to name other fixes.

    So, not a big meaty post this week. Hope you all had some fun with the Kobolds in the cove, and Mabar is right around the corner.

    Go Pats! Go Bruins! Go Red S..er....Brewers?

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    An aside, and it's my post so I can do that...Rage came out this week. I may be showing my age, but I got into this business because of id software. Looking back at that first experience of having a true visceral emotion (fear) playing a game was powerful. Then, the creators let you create levels and stuff for the game? Amazing! It was just like building modules for DnD...but with space marines!
    From Doom, through the Quakes to now, Carmack and company are like comfortable friends. They are no longer at the top of the heap, but that is ok. For a time Romero/Carmack were the Lennon/McCartney of the game industry. Doom for the time was inspired... the creation of a new genre(yes yes there were other FPS games i know), and a new way to play (deathmatch) formed a whole generation of designers. Like hippes in the 60's learning guitars to play Beatles songs, my generation was pasty DnD computer nerds making levels in WadED or in some other editor. Anyway, congrats to Carmack and company for another release...even if it is consolified. I'll enjoy it for the simplicity that id games are. In some ways that is what makes them beautiful.

    Rage is a very nice looking fun game with a lot of atmosphere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MajMalphunktion View Post
    An aside, and it's my post so I can do that...Rage came out this week. I may be showing my age, but I got into this business because of id software. Looking back at that first experience of having a true visceral emotion (fear) playing a game was powerful. Then, the creators let you create levels and stuff for the game? Amazing! It was just like building modules for DnD...but with space marines!
    From Doom, through the Quakes to now, Carmack and company are like comfortable friends. They are no longer at the top of the heap, but that is ok. For a time Romero/Carmack were the Lennon/McCartney of the game industry. Doom for the time was inspired... the creation of a new genre(yes yes there were other FPS games i know), and a new way to play (deathmatch) formed a whole generation of designers. Like hippes in the 60's learning guitars to play Beatles songs, my generation was pasty DnD computer nerds making levels in WadED or in some other editor. Anyway, congrats to Carmack and company for another release...even if it is consolified. I'll enjoy it for the simplicity that id games are. In some ways that is what makes them beautiful.
    I spent the 2nd half of the 90's playing those games over LAN in various garages. Doom 2, Quake and Warcraft 2. Back when getting a LAN to actually work was the highlight of an evening. I still think it was pretty funny that Romero got beaten by a girl at the game he invented though. I'd have racked up tens of thousands of hours online play in Quake 3 Arena from 1999 to 2007. Quake Live came out a few years back and somewhat revived the scene, though I never really got into it. Never tried Quake 4 cause I heard it was a bit of a flop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MajMalphunktion View Post

    An aside, and it's my post so I can do that...Rage came out this week. I may be showing my age, but I got into this business because of id software. Looking back at that first experience of having a true visceral emotion (fear) playing a game was powerful. Then, the creators let you create levels and stuff for the game? Amazing! It was just like building modules for DnD...but with space marines!
    From Doom, through the Quakes to now, Carmack and company are like comfortable friends. They are no longer at the top of the heap, but that is ok. For a time Romero/Carmack were the Lennon/McCartney of the game industry. Doom for the time was inspired... the creation of a new genre(yes yes there were other FPS games i know), and a new way to play (deathmatch) formed a whole generation of designers. Like hippes in the 60's learning guitars to play Beatles songs, my generation was pasty DnD computer nerds making levels in WadED or in some other editor. Anyway, congrats to Carmack and company for another release...even if it is consolified. I'll enjoy it for the simplicity that id games are. In some ways that is what makes them beautiful.
    I feel you, man. Back in 1990s I was like - I wanted to be a game programmer. I remember the time I bought my first Visual Studio C++ 6.0 cd. I was so excited I didn't know what to do. Ofc., I didn't know how to use it. Nobody taught me how to code in C++. I had no books and no friends with whom I'd share my passion. During high school, the same happened - no books, no support from teachers and friends - nobody cared. I hate them today because of it - no matter. Today I do java web programming and I'm satisfied - don't miss the old passion to become a game programmer.

    Also, 1990s was THE GAME ERA! Man, I remember the time of Doom, Quake series (1 and 2), Unreal... Woohoo - that was some fun time. Also, when I got my first 3dfx Voodoo 3 3000, I was in nirvana. To bad, they don't make them today. That ERA surely did inspire a lot of people and will be remembered always.

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    nonononono. you have it all wrong! the best item evar...

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    is the BACON WAND

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