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Oct 19
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It’s something you have to be vigilant about. Destiny has some trouble because of their complicated worldserver/peer to peer architecture: It allows for things like script injection, which is mainly what Perfect Aim uses. Read more

Oct 14
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Yeah, the sword can lead to an overly aggressive style thanks to its short range, but there are some fun things you can do with daedulus hammers and the other aspects.   One of my favorites is a poseidon aspect with whatever good casts you can get and the Artemis boon that damages on bloodstone dislodges.  Makes that Read more

Oct 13
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for sure, some of those chambers are just nightmares. There’s one that’s very long and has a bunch of satyrs and big rats sprinkled in with the laser stone guys and the falling guillotine traps: It’s my bane, I almost always lose a ton of health in there.

Oct 13
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yeah, that fight’s a marathon, not a sprint.  I do find that the shield is near to my “automatic” win weapon:  It forces me to block and think about the fight more technically and less aggressively.

Oct 13
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I do wonder if it’s predetermined which tunnel the sack is in, or if it’s a increasing percentage chance of it appearing each time you go into a tunnel. I almost always get it between the 2nd and 4th tunnels, and almost never the first and last, so I’m betting it’s the increasing percentage mechanic.

Oct 12
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and of on top of that, the heat is helping kill off Coral Reefs, which help sequester some of the carbon that the oceans absorb. Feedbacks on top of feedbacks.

Oct 9
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huh, so I for example, if I want to load up a reload speed mod for my fusion rifle build, I don’t have to pull out my solar armor?

Oct 7
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Radlers and breakfast tacos are one of my favorite weekend brunch combos.

Oct 3
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It really depends on how you’re fighting. Close range tends to be a problem on the barge since you’ve got explody boys

Oct 2
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The only thing keeping me going in 2020 is the thought of his reactions to Biden’s Inauguration.  I want the epic hissy fit of a landslide loss; I want him refusing to attend the inauguration; I want to see his rats jumping ship and his realizing that it wasn’t him at all that they were enamored with:  just the power Read more

Oct 2
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Eh, it also forces him to essentially suspend his campaign for at least 2 of the last 4 weeks, but possibly more. While I’m sure he’d have stuck his foot in his mouth again in the 2nd debate, especially as it’s town hall format, I don’t think they’d give up half their remaining time to avoid it.

Oct 2
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I’m in a hell week at work, with multiple events through Saturday, so anything I do will probably be limited to quick, bite sized sessions.  I erased my Hades early access save file, and starting fresh for 1.0.  They added a lot of conversations and stuff that I never saw.

Oct 2
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There are some pretty great bow builds: The Ares doom on special with the bow is one of my favorites.  Also, each weapon has multiple forms (that’s what the titan blood is for):  Chiron, for example, makes it so all the bolts of the special attack seek on the last enemy hit with a normal attack.

Sep 30
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Supergiant describes Hades as a roguelike, but only because there’s not really a good genre descriptor that sums up what it really is” Read more

Sep 29
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True. And the fact that their true price is buried in carrier contracts tends to mean that people will end up with way more Phone than they truly need, which is great news from a company like epic, since they can count on a larger install base capable of running their games at an enjoyable level.

Sep 29
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Most Smartphones (and many tablets) are more expensive than many entry to midlevel laptops and desktops. Its convenience and portability that appeals to Epics mobile user base.