Haggard: 38,000 Saves
Hacsev: 4th NG Berfday
VJF: Level 11
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Hemlok: Level 37
At 4/5/12 07:06 AM, Bahamut wrote:
Shock horror! The new DragonForce album is actually good!
The only YouTube videos were appalling sound quality of a live set, so I missed out there...
At 4/5/12 05:13 AM, Coop wrote:
Good, that should be easy enough to remember.
At 4/4/12 08:40 AM, Bahamut wrote:
PSN ID please.CoopNG
Yay for originality :P
I'll check in later on. Got to find 3 more flags in Kingdom, to complete that medal...
So more to help out with the camera. I'm OK with this.Now if the guys can make sure that the score box is sorted for the summer, I'll be happy. That won't happen.
Though apparently, they now have the inside sorted out, including a sink. I think that we need to see proof of this...
I hear Goblin decks do well. I could go with that. You could suggest a deck mixing fire with plains or something but after my experiences with multi-energy decks in Pokemon TCG a decade ago, I think it's best I only go with a single mana type or now.
I'm well aware the dragons aren't that playable. I do need to look into smaller things for Magic which will show more playability.Kithkin? Goblins? You can't get much smaller then them :P
If you're going for Goblins, might I recommend red / black, as most goblins tend to reside in there. Single mana is for the comparative novice, though I do have a treefolk deck, which is just green.
Dauntless Dourbark - */*, where * is equal to the number of treefolk, plus the number of forests I control.
250 it is.
Only half of that, I believe. :PWhat? So it's either 1,000 miles (I most certainly am going to be), or 250 miles (I am). Which one is it?!
Now I'm confused.
At 4/5/12 08:52 AM, Odyssic wrote:
At 4/4/12 06:53 AM, Coop wrote:
Best of luck, which university?Teesside, I live near it.
Isn't that where Top Gear overran an Art Gallery?
At 4/5/12 10:54 AM, Haggard wrote:
Goblin decks are amazing. When I still played Magic I had a Goblin deck with all kinds of Goblins. Of course, the Goblin King was part of the deck as well as a mystic compass (turn any standard land into any other standard land -> using it to turn any land the opponent might have into a mountain).
Useful for any deck that contains landwalking creatures.
Oh yeah, and "Goblin Warrens": Pay Mana,Sacrifice two Goblins and bring 3 Goblin tokens into play. Treat the tokes as 1/1 Goblin Creatures.
Not bad, but I was never a fan of goblins.
At 4/6/12 12:31 AM, VJF wrote:
Also, I really hope someone answers this, but when is your voting power supposed to rise? I know when you get a new Rank in B/P (Private, Corporal, etc.) your voting power goes up, but I also thought it went up when you ranked up a level, and yet when I went from Level 10 to Level 11, none of my voting power raised. Is that normal or are you supposed to get a rise in vote power whenever you level up (like I thought was supposed to happen).
Your base voting power creeps up gradually with every deposit. It's exponential, so the more deposits you have made, the less it increases with each passing deposit.
Every B/P rank you increase, you get a bonus to this Voting Power, to reach your total.
Total VP = Base VP (Experience based, maximum of 10) + B/P Bonus (up to 60%)
The maximum total voting power you can get is 16 votes.