Jul 8th 2011 7:37PM TLDR, which is probably not the right way to go about a legal argument. But...
You Americans crack me up. You're so keen to throw everyone in prison (three strikes) and have the largest prison population in the world (per capita), yet minorities are disproportionately represented in the US penal system and you have one of the most violent and dangerous societies in the world.
So I guess you fail on the law and order exam.
Jun 19th 2011 7:22AM You can use Mr Robot for PvP now by adjusting the settings. Head over to the Mr Robot forums for more information. They are looking into making it even more PvP friendly in future.
Jun 17th 2011 10:35PM Common sense tells me that if Mr Robot gave you such incredibly stupid suggestions that resulted in your DPS to drop by as much as 5k and you were thick enough to follow them, then the most likely scenario is in fact that you are just too incompetent to understand how the app works.
Jul 31st 2010 12:10PM @Krusty.
Yeah, it is really. Double check the definition of 'elitism'. People complaining about other servers, groups of people, underskiiled, under geared or elitist players are just practising their own form of snobbery. That makes it ironic.
Live and let live, get out more and run around outside if that's what it will take to realise it's a game and just chill out.
Jul 30th 2010 8:35PM I just wondered if anyone noticed the irony when people complain about 'servers' being elitist?
Jun 25th 2010 5:17PM Hmmmm. Me thinks the Drama Mamas have been trolled.
Jun 3rd 2010 5:10AM I'm not convinced by all of this talk of AH strategies.
I have a funny feeling it is all dependant on living in a high population server. My server is low population and the AH is never consistent and with prices all over the place. I sometimes put something up that I know should be popular and is a good deal and it gets returned to me unsold time and again.
Part of the problem on our server is that many crafters offer their services for free through trade. Even for those that charge would anyone ever make money sitting around in city advertising 15g for a jem cut on a low pop. server (ie not many takers) when they could be doing something else? I doubt it. I am frugal in life and frugal in game and refuse to pay for a simple jem cut when I can get it done for free through my guild. I will give a small tip for other stuff if no-one else has the pattern in guild (but they normally do). I realise that I am part of the problem.
I can imagine a high population server would ensure a more balanced market with consistent sell through of items but at a lower profit margin. A low pop. server means wildly fluctuating prices and low sales, making all these tactics of strangling markets very dangerous. Nobody likes to be left holding the baby.
I mine as I fly about on my daily business, dropping down to pick up ores. It doesn't really take much more of my time and breaks up the monotany of just heading straight from A to B over the same scenery I have seen time and time again. I have an alt who disenchants all my green BOEs I discover during questing and sells the enchant mats, I vendor BOPs and blue BOEs go onto the AH. I make 200g to 500g a day depending on my luck.
Jun 3rd 2010 4:29AM 'Southshore vs. Tarren'? Really? I googled it and it came up with nothing of relevance, You might want to double check that and edit your post with the correct search term so people interested can read something about it.