How do you do that gritty border thing? o.O
And don't get me wrong, I love the avatar and signature, it's just not what I'm looking for right now. >.>
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Dec 9, 2009Posted in: News & AnnouncementsQuote from "Don_guillotine" »Well the sole thing it brought was that after being thrown around on different platforms, at the end of the day it was given console-friendly controls, which was the thing that made it so popular.
Then what makes it better then other console-friendly fps's, like Golden Eye? It was just another game that just happened to stick as far as I can personally see. Yea, it was fun, but it had no story, it didn't do anything different, and it didnt add anything. At least Half Life 2 brought the idea of using physics as a weapon, even if the game was bleh.
Aug 22, 2009Hate to say this, a couple of your signatures cannot be used as it violates Rule 4D, one is 200 pixels tall and the other is 209, and you can only have a signature 150 pixels tall.Posted in: General Discussion (non-Diablo)
Other then that, best of luck to your signature-making future!!!
Apr 25, 2009Posted in: Diablo III General DiscussionQuote from "Atila23" »I know this has be brought up in other threads but i want a straight answer Are we going to have to pay to play D3 !?!? YES or NO
You will not pay monthly for this game.
Op question is answered. Multiple times. In multiple threads. Over multiple months.
Dec 17, 2008They have stated that there will be 5 classes upon release. They also stated that there may be more with expansions, so it would not be a far stretch to imagine at the very least 2 expansions with at the very least 1 character, though most likely 2 each, thus bringing us to at the minimum of 7, but realistically, when Diablo 3 and it's expansions are out, it is viable to say that there may be upwards of 9 characters that one could play.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
Sep 29, 2008LinkX posted a message on is it just me or is the site running incredibly slow?Seems a little slow for me as well.Posted in: Site Feedback
Jun 13, 2008Alright, now that I am on my computer, here are my suggestions. The new ranks will be in Green while any ranks moved will have a blue * by it and any ranks replaced will be in red beside the rank that I believe should replace itPosted in: Site Feedback
The Specter 0
The Peasant 1-9
The Squire 10-49
The Man at Arms 50-99
The Swordsman 100-199
The Knight 200-499
The Knight of the Realm 500-999
The Knight of the Order 1000-1499
The Paladin 1500-1999 * (Replaces The Cavalier)
The Lord 2000-2999 (Replaces The Paladin)
The Duke 3000-399
The Duke of Tristram 4000-4999
The Emmisary 5000-7499*
Tran'ouls Right Hand 7500+
Of course this is just a rough draft that I came up with off the top of my head. Give me a few hours and I am sure I can come up with some much better ranks. (Though I do like the "Tran'oul's Right Hand" one if I do say so myself...)
(Edited to add Atru's "The Specter" idea...)
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Sep 6, 2010really theres no need to get emotional for this. i like science but at the same time i go to a church group some thursday nights.Posted in: General Discussion (non-Diablo)
ive just been stating things that ive been taught or read about; i dont think im qualified enough to make my own groundbreaking, earthshattering revelations...yet
biologists have a job, and our job is to unravel some of the secrets of nature, in doing so we come up with all sorts of ethical/moral and philosophical dilemmas for ourselves but thats for the politicians to worry over.
but trust me, next time i get sick ill goto the doctor and ask him if i have a soul before anything else, otherwise i might not be alive, and he wouldnt have to, you know, do his job.
Sep 6, 2010Hello everyone, i recently discovered something quite interesting.Posted in: General Discussion (non-Diablo)
The newest Blizzard battle.net logo has masonic and satanic clues in it. The triangle in the middle, and those 6 twisted lines that form this shape.
the triangle resembles the all seeing eye on top of the pyramid. A Masonic symbol for the all-seeing eye of god - a mystical distortion of the omniscient (all-knowing) Biblical God. You can find it on the $1 bill.
And the 6 lines who are connected to the number 666 which resembles some kind of connection to an apocalyptic monster that appears briefly about two-thirds into the Apocalypse vision who in modern culture resembles the Devil.
So there you go, the founders of Blizzard or at least the people who are in charge at the moment are connected to the Free Masons. They are probably Pawns that have almost nothing to do with any of the conspiracy theories that we know of but they serve as a structure for a much greater organization which controls our world.
Jul 21, 2010Alas, I cannot be President because I am not an American.Posted in: General Discussion (non-Diablo)
Anyways, I certainly don't want anyone to think that I believe my own argument to be 100% foolproof or anything. I mostly want to encourage people to think critically rather than just believing everything they're told (especially by people with power).
Do some research, look into the statistics of what you're talking about and develop your opinions based on investigation, not on other people's opinions.
Jul 18, 2010Instead of saying "WoW has alot of Diablo element" people could start list those elements and use real arguments.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
"You know, WoW is just a mmorpg version of super mario 64, there are alot of similar elements between those two games". See, it's easy !
And i'm not a WoW hardcore fan, i'm a fan of old schools MMOs (specially UO, Lineage and EQ), the games that really influenced WoW.
Jul 17, 2010Posted in: General Discussion (non-Diablo)Quote from Macros
I'd be okay with it if they changed the legal marriage to something under a different name and allowed it for gays, then marriage would be a thing of the church only. Does that work?
No. The Church does not own marriage in any way. Just let it gay marriage be legalized and it'll be fine. This is why Christians should not be allowed into politics.
Dec 1, 2009The demon slams you against a wall, all but knocking the life out of you. You slide slowly down the stone, slump at the bottom, gaze unfocused as the beast slowly walks over to you, the claws on his feet quietly clicking against the unpolished granite of the dungeon floor.Posted in: News & Announcements
As he reaches you, you try to look up, to make one last stand, but your limbs won't respond to your mind's frantic orders, tendons snap and muscles convulse as you try to force arms that are already dead to lift a weapon that you know won't be able to save you.
The demon stops before you, reaches out a clawed hand to tilt your head back, almost tenderly, almost maternal. Thoughts of your mother rush into your slowly dying brain. Her incessant, ignored hopes for your future come filtering up from the depths of your memory.
What if you had followed her advice, instead of becoming a warrior? What if you'd put aside the sword, ignored the axe, and allowed your mother's years of wisdom to guide your future?
Your gaze moves, slowly, unwillingly but out of your control, and meets the burning pits where the demon's eyes should be.
Something happens, the world around you changes.
Is it a gesture of mercy, a gift? Is it one last torture? Is it simply a curious whim?
The demon shows you what could have been.
There's a flash, and it's around you. You've taken your mother's advice. Books sit before you, not battle tactics, but the secrets of medicine. You learn, swiftly. You're good at this. Very good. You can feel the knowledge not sinking into your brain but flowing. You know this. This is right.
Another flash, and on your hat, where once a heavy steel helmet sat, bestowing upon you otherworldly strength, sits a small black cap, a square on top, a swinging tassel. Draped around is a black cloak, not heavy, enchanted leather and chain, black from dirt and the long-dried blood of foes, but simple black cloth. It suits you. You're graduating, head of the class.
Once more a flash, and you're in a white building, the black cloak replaced with something white, more practical. Around your neck there is no charm of strength, but a stethoscope. You've made it. You're a doctor. You see your daily rounds sped up, see the people smile to see you. You help them, you cure them. You're very, very good at your job. Your colleagues smile to see you, a smile filled with respect and admiration. You feel warm in the glow of their affection.
One last flash, and you're old. You sit in a comfortable chair, not a nursing home, but an extremely well-appointed manor home. You need no one to look after you, a lifetime of healthy, hard, cleansing work has left you well in control of your body and mind. You smoke a cigar, a gift from a man who's daughter you saved. Around you are photos of friends, family. On the wall are framed certificates, awards you've received for astonishing work you achieved in your life. You look around, you smile. You are content.
It melts away, dissolves.
You're back in your broken body, gazing at the demon before you, blood dripping from his open mouth onto your filthy armour, blending with the blood of thousands of others, one more drop of pain onto an outfit made to ease the causing of it.
The house, the family, the awards, the knowledge,the success.
All are gone.
All have vanished.
But the smile remains.
You look away from the demon as he raises one clawed hand to end your all-to-short life. You gaze at a shrine just out of reach, red ichor overflowing from it's bowl: the only healing you've ever known. You straighten the lapel of an imaginary white coat, shrug your shoulders slightly to make the imaginary stethoscope sit a little more comfortable.
You turn your face to the cool wall behind you, a small comfort, here at the end.
You whisper into the stone, very softly, through the blood, the sweat. Through that smile, still lingering on your lips.
"I could have helped people. I would have worked miracles."
The beast's hand descends, swiftly.
Nov 25, 2009Posted in: General Discussion (non-Diablo)
I'm not really concerned about swineQuote from "Siaynoq" »I thought those clips were of the H1N1 vaccine and he was pretending they were about the Eggo waffles. Guess I overestimated the joke.
My concern goes considerably deeper
3 years ago, it was the
Chinese calendar's year of the cow . . .
We had Mad Cow
2 years ago, it was the Chinese calendar's year of the
bird . . .
We had the Avian flu.
This year, it was the
Chinese calendar's year of the pig . . .
Next year is the year of the cock - Anybody
else worried !!!???
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