Thats pretty irritating
Are you a noob a newbie or just too pro when you come back where you haven't been a wile?
I'll rewrite your question for more clarity. 'Are you a noob, a newbie, or just too pro when you come back where you haven't been awhile?'
Errm, I never claimed to be anything. Call me what you will.
what do you think of BD now? Still like it?And would you rather die by breaking your laptop then eating each broken part slowly? Or eating a bowl of maggots and die by infestation? lol
1. It's a game with an unfocused creator who doesn't quite know what he wants to do.
2. Debatable. No other game allows me to think this deeply in logistics and strategy. But I doubt I'll actually 'play' again.
3. I don't know if the first choice would actually kill me. The 2nd choice would for sure. I'd go for the first I guess.
Numair Mujeeb wrote:
Do you still love me?
Of course, son.
I should make a thread called: Ask George because I'm good in this game
Anyway Kenny, have you ever accomplished something on battledawn, any Hall of Fame or anything ?
Uhhm, I beat Kane when I was in 8th grade, and he was undefeated until then. XXX vs SHRK. E2 A5 back in OC. Since I typically played without donating, and my alliances were typically aligned with that thought pattern, we didn't win much. However, we always retained rank 2 or 3 and typically nearly won despite incredible odds. I guess you could say I was one of the top strategists, and surprisingly am still considered such by a lot of people. (Surely someone better has come along. No idea tbh.)
I was apart of the moderation staff for years, considered the head for awhile. I did several projects, my favorite being the Event Team which did creative Havoc Events. I did several events with the community itself, games and many other things. I helped unite the community into a permanent userbase for quite a long while until the game began to run its course on people with the general stagnation of the admin staff. I quit. I came back, did the same thing, tried to push Seth into reviving things but found him pushing back. I quit again. I got frustrated with my failure and removed some of my work permanently.
I helped create several ideas, some of which have been implemented into the game today. I wish I had a list for you, but they mostly reside in the permanently deleted old forum.
I bolstered the support against sub-alliances, slave alliances, and now more currently the 'Zombies'. Someone on skype called me a 'Purist' I believe this game is best played only with 11 of your best friends, no more no less. I think there's a certain level of honor and pride to be taken by winning fairly, and only using the chips given to you. I made many enemies and friends along the way.
I taught and mentored many people who went on to winning big. Harvester my prodigy has won many eras and is also renown for strategic prowess. I help fine-tune soldiers play, anyone who has played with me learns a lot. Of this list is large, but the big names known today are KeNt or MorGan, and Day of Darkness. Both of which played with me in CRAP and learned my methods of play. KeNt is my wife today. We're expecting triplets.
I fought against Kane even after my victory over him. This time over ideology, he believed that winning meant doing whatever it took. Bending rules, using dirty tactics, bullying people into giving relics. I believed that winning meant taking 11 friends and having a fun time, regardless of win or loss in the server. If you could do that without stooping low, you truly won.
Uhh, I'll let you know if I think of anything else.