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GastlyGibus

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  1. Nerf Coyote, they're too good at posting and making the rest of us look bad. :v
  2. Nerf friendliness! This community is too nice and sickeningly optimistic. We need more tryhard jerks!
  3. Nerf Blasters. I kill things too fast and I never get the satisfaction of watching my Beam Rifle's Disintegrate power spread! >:v
  4. Luminara nailed it. Even with two big corporations who have the best of intentions and a desire to cooperate, these kinds of legal proceedings can take years. It's not such a simple matter to just say "hey, can we have the IP please?" and NCSoft going "sure, here you go."
  5. The Imperious Task Force honestly has a lot of good lines. During the "Retake the City" mission: Raserei Ubermenschen Rocket: Do you really think this is going to work? Raserei Ubermenschen Fire: I always think it's going to work. That is what makes me such a loyal subject!
  6. Not a compliment on gameplay, but I was in a costume contest a while ago, and a non-judge player came up to me and gave me 5 million, saying my costume and bio deserved something even if I didn't win. That brightened my day for sure. Another time I was playing my SR/Kat Tanker, and since the majority of missions were kill-all, I decided to run past spread-out mobs, throw an attack to taunt, and then run to the next group so they'd all come after me. One player remarked "what is that? A drive-by tanking?" He later said I was doing a good job. That was my favorite Manti TF that I've been on. ๐Ÿ˜„
  7. As others have said, they are incredibly useful on teams. You go down in a fight, your team most likely helps clean up the mobs, then when the fight is over you pop a wakie so a team member doesn't have to use up their rez on you. Resurrection powers are useful during big fights, like arch-villains, where you need to be up right now and ready to keep fighting. Wakies are good for standard mobs where you can wait a few seconds for the coast to be clear.
  8. It's a security feature in a world where villains try to take over the world every day. "Oh, Captain Awesome Pants, thank goodness you're here! The council broke into the offices of Super Guns Incorporated and are trying to steal the plans for the Universe Gun! You have to stop them!" [Captain Awesome Pants arrives at the office.] Council: "Seriously, we've been searching for five hours! Who the hell designed this place?? How do I even get out of here? .... and now the heroes are here!? Curse you, office architects!" That's why every time you go to stop an office theft or kidnapping or whatever, you're always there in the nick of time. The villains are just as confused as you and spent the entire time just trying to figure out where the hell they were going. ๐Ÿ˜›
  9. There was a not insignificant influx of jerk hackers. Something had to be done before we were gone to the americans. ๐Ÿ˜‰
  10. Peacebringers and Warshades. No matter how hard I try or what kind of concept I go for, I can never stick with them for long. They both feel like AT's that are trying to do everything but aren't capable of doing anything as well as other AT's. I know some will disagree and say I'm wrong, but that's just my personal experience. I never know what to do with them and they always just feel so underwhelming to me.
  11. A lot of things have changed from live, so feel free to ask questions. One thing that hasn't changed is how helpful the community here is. ๐Ÿ˜„
  12. Like others have said, if it's blue, it's patrol EXP and gives you a boost to EXP gained until it runs out. You get like one bar of patrol EXP for every few hours you're logged out, to a maximum of ten bars (an entire level.) If it's grey (although for me it looks dark red, so I dunno what's up with that) then it's debt. Hover your mouse over the EXP bar for a few seconds, it'll tell you how much of all three EXP types you have.
  13. Here's the ones I took. Not a comprehensive portfolio, but just the ones that caught my eye as a non-judge. And of course the vanity shot of myself ๐Ÿ˜›
  14. I actually took some pictures myself, but they were mainly of costumes that caught my eye and not really of the event as a whole. If you'd like me to post 'em here though, I can!
  15. The only complaint I think anybody had was the running time. Perhaps for next time you could have each judge on your panel critique costumes by themselves, and then compare/combine your scores together. Have the judges line up and players go down the line to be looked at by each judge in line, so that way it feels a little less like everybody is just standing around waiting for their turn. Other than that, it was a ton of fun, and I'm glad you guys put in the time and effort to make it possible. Definitely looking forward to any possible future contests. ๐Ÿ˜„
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