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7-06-2007 @ 11:49AM
@4Yes, Evil M, but 5 is a challenge. Maybe ten if you're entirely too fixated. 23 is ridiculous. 23 is merely a challenge to your ability to make enough money to pay your account fees, pay for the electricity to run the many pieces of computer equipment you purchased, buy food, take the dog to the vet for its shots, pay for gas for the car that presumably takes you to the job that pays for everything, etc, etc, etc. And it's a challenge to your ability to write really good macros. But I can't imagine that 23 is truly playable. You become a button masher with not much resembling tactics. Every encounter requires you to mash a series of macros. Even on a programmable keyboard there are a limited number of options for being able to send signal to multiple boxes. If the guy's claims are true, I take my hat off to his computer/networking skills. But I still ask....why...?
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