I played it for one hour, and it was boring as hell.
That is my WoW story.
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Sep 13, 2010oops_ur_dead posted a message on Admit it - You've played this game at some Point. (WoW)Posted in: General Gaming
Aug 5, 2010oops_ur_dead posted a message on Things that should be removed from the face of the Earth.Posted in: General Off TopicQuote from Baron_Samidi »Quote from oops_ur_dead »Right-wing politicians.
I made my list.
I agree with all your items except "left-wing politicians"
Also, silly American, I meant the country, not the state.
Aug 5, 2010oops_ur_dead posted a message on Things that should be removed from the face of the Earth.Right-wing politicians.Posted in: General Off Topic
Jul 22, 2010Super Ultimate Minecraft Immersion Mode.Posted in: Forum Games
The minute you turn this mode on, you make a full commitment to Minecraft. You cannot go back.
It instantly removes your OS and replaces it with Minecraft. To prevent re installment of your OS, your BIOS is also flashed, to disable any sort of input to the computer other than keyboard and mouse. As an added protective measure, any CD/DVD drives, USB drives, or other sort of input are instantly reflashed and bricked the minute you plug them in.
Next, it will periodically detect any network connections or other devices. All routers that the device is connected to will be reflashed to automatically do the above to any devices that connect to it. Smartphones, televisions, computers, anything. Any devices that an affected computer connects to will also have the Minecraft immersion mode installed.
Next, the device will detect anything it could use to its advantage. Any electronic door locks are hacked into and locked permanently. If you have an electronic pacemaker or any electronics that you rely on for life, then they will be automatically and remotely disabled when you get 50m away from the device. Any ovens and microwaves will be disabled unless you have played Minecraft in the last 10 minutes.
Jun 28, 2010There are a few ways that could be abused (making the spawn outside of an enemy base, for instance). The reason I like extremely far away respawns is because it makes death very undesirable (It'll be hard if not impossible to find your base again, or your clan) and it will also cause more interesting scenarios. Imagine building a shrine for a fallen warrior, or a tomb for a dead leader. Those things won't mean as much if the person is alive and still walks among those who build tributes for them. It could also cause interesting conflicts with clans. If someone from one clan kills someone from another clan, and the person just respawns, then who cares? Even if its a leader, they'll come back and fulfill the same role as before. But if the person will never be seen again then it is more of a loss, and is bound to cause conflict. Assassinations will be meaningful, and power in clans will change hands as in real life.Posted in: Suggestions
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