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In Topic: WG Weekly Updates

14 January 2018 - 10:45 AM

Awesome Picture!


But where did she get the spear and shield from...?


As for the weapons... it's a mystery!  :ph34r:



In Topic: SSLF's Official Year of Devil May Cry 5 Thread

13 January 2018 - 08:29 PM

At first I was surprised you got a Twitter embed to work on my crappy old forum software, but then I realized it was a screenshot. :lol:


Did you see where Hideki Kamiya speculated on Twitter about how the next DMC could be more of a realistic cinematic action game, rather than an anime-style hack-n-slash, referencing God of War? And then some game journos ran headlines like "Hideki Kamiya wants DMC to be more like God of War" and he flipped out at them... using his usual colorful language. That guy is a riot on the Tweeter, lol.

In Topic: Wulfgard LEGO

12 January 2018 - 09:50 PM

I got one of the new Ninjago sets for my birthday and saw some shoulders and a hair piece that look pretty sweet on Vegnar:






EDIT: Added another pic.

In Topic: WG Weekly Updates

07 January 2018 - 07:11 AM


In Topic: Gwent, Hearthstone, and other silly card games

01 January 2018 - 08:36 AM

Just in case anyone tries to use my old decks: They all suck now, because of the new content. Here are my new decks:
Brouver Hoog
Gold cards:
Saskia: Destroyer
Iorveth: Meditation
Silver cards:
Dennis Cranmer
Paulie Dahlberg
Barclay Els
Morana Runestone
Bronze cards:
3x Mahakam Guard
3x Dwarven Skirmisher
3x Mahakam Volunteers
3x Dwarven Agitator
Alzur's Thunder
First Light
Play guide:
1: Mulligan away Mahakam Volunteers first, then any Guards and Skirmishers. If you have both spells (Tremors and Thunder) in hand, mulligan at least one of those, because Ithlinne can't use a spell that's in your hand.
2: Push hard on the first round, using Dwarven Agitators to draw your other dwarves for huge value. Avoid playing Barclay Els if Paulie Dahlberg is still tucked away in your deck (as opposed to hand, board, or graveyard), because Barclay might pull him to no effect. But always play Barclay on round 1 or 2, so you can resurrect him on round 3 using Hattori.
3. On round 3, play Hattori to resurrect Barclay or a Dwarven Agitator. Hopefully your opponent can't beat your value!
(TIP: There is a Skellige "damage dealer" deck right now that is VERY hard to beat. If your opponent is playing Skellige with Harald the Cripple as their leader, ALWAYS keep your First Light in hand, and ALWAYS try your best to win the first round. He will try to use weather to make you pass, but don't let him. Then play as many cards as possible in the second round, to bleed his hand down for the third round. His strategy depends on winning the first round, dry-passing on second, and then hitting you with ridiculous damage on third. Don't let him.)
Card list:
2x Kabal Lackey
2x Mana Wyrm
2x Arcanologist
2x Frostbolt
2x Medivh's Valet
2x Primordial Glyph
2x Sorcerer's Apprentice
2x Arcane Intellect
2x Counterspell
2x Explosive Runes
2x Ice Block <--- I have one of these replaced with Frozen Clone in the screenshot, but I'm just experimenting.
2x Kirin Tor Mage
2x Fireball
1x Aluneth <--- The key to the whole deck.
2x Kabal Crystal Runner
1x Pyroblast
Play guide:
A very easy deck to play. Just hit the enemy's face as fast and hard as possible, while keeping up defense and tempo with your Secrets (Explosive Rune is OP). Avoid killing enemy minions with your spells unless you absolutely have to. Hit the face, face, FACE!
The deck revolves around Aluneth, the new mage weapon that draws cards on each turn. Craft Aluneth first. When the game starts, mulligan as much as possible to fish for Aluneth. Play it as early as possible. It will draw tons of cheap spells for you to use. Save your Sorcerer's Apprentices until you have lots of spells to use them with.


I got to Rank 5 using this deck, which is the best I've ever done in Hearthstone. I probably could have climbed higher, but I got tired of it by the time the month ended.
(no new deck for Elder Scrolls Legends; I've almost given up on that game; it's too luck-based)