Recent posts by Chopper91 on Kongregate

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Topic: Rise of Mythos / Rise of nostalgia

Originally posted by KyussLives:

wot about the old Callista/wings/encourage/hrafn one hit rush combo in 2s or the cleaved callista one hit 3 guys in 4s…….before everyone was lvl 70 and over lifed

they vanished from the game, may or may not return

 
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Topic: Rise of Mythos / My sincerest apologizes to all.

Do not die

 
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Topic: Rise of Mythos / Tournament of Champions

godlike/awaken tourney for all players :)
ALL PLAYERS this time…

 
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Topic: Rise of Mythos / Step-By-Step Login Solutions

eh thats alot of work

 
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Topic: Rise of Mythos / Retirement - Krazden

Originally posted by anham123:

are u a good person?

 
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Topic: Rise of Mythos / Poll for possible nerf of fairies

:/ yet no polls were given to wheels

 
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Topic: Rise of Mythos / remove faeries

lol they can copy this tactic too hahaha

 
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Topic: Rise of Mythos / Thanksgiving!

neenja delete

 
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Topic: Rise of Mythos / A thought while in 2s q for an hour

global gl arena!

 
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Topic: Rise of Mythos / Tarot packs

Originally posted by anham123:

so u are saying those people who spend like 200$ on a tarot u people can get for like 1000 gold that is just stupid and might not going to happen so GL guys

even as a vip0 with 200k rubies and gold, I agree with this guy to some extent

 
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Topic: Rise of Mythos / Fix 2s

Originally posted by jooe15:
Originally posted by Cheesecakeluv:

the issue I see is I could run a bunch of low level alts in 2s to cause my competition to lose points since activity is so low so it’s not like it’d be hard to target people.

Well, that is something you can do now, but changing it would make it easier as you wouldn’t need to sneak your alt into another guild. Even so, the normal Scoreboosting rules should apply, so I doubt that will be a huge problem. I think that the benefits outweigh the potential losses though(There isn’t a whole lot to loose…).

even if the rules apply, they rarely get enforced :/

 
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Topic: Rise of Mythos / Pumpkin Carving Event on Rise of Mythos

I can prob guess the winners by now

 
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Topic: Rise of Mythos / Paysafecard option has been disactivated

never heard of paysafe o-o

 
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Topic: Rise of Mythos / Where is epic glade guardian Ava ?

community events are too biased :/
high priestess wasn’t prevented
gate of betrayal owners didnt get a chance to refund it (it was a fix not nerf blah blah blah…still needs an opportunity for refunding)

 
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Topic: Rise of Mythos / Race Tournament October 3rd Come Sign up!

2 teams isn’t much of a tournament

 
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Topic: Rise of Mythos / Sophia

buff so…not debuffs like pet o-o

 
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Topic: Rise of Mythos / Poll about removing displaying streaks and spying in arena

why the sudden change of this system when the devs can’t even add to our hp with #s instead of %s…

 
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Topic: Rise of Mythos / NEW EVENT VIP 9+

Ill take one “common” wheel of funtuna

 
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Topic: Rise of Mythos / Race Tournament sign up -Prizes updated (stone ruins cluster) LAST DAY

Poo its leg or under…if its epic next time ill join lol

 
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Topic: Rise of Mythos / Race Tournament sign up -Prizes updated (stone ruins cluster) LAST DAY

^that 30 card only rule just smashed all the dolphins and vip0s out of the game

 
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Topic: Rise of Mythos / Race Tournament sign up -Prizes updated (stone ruins cluster) LAST DAY

gl tourn for everyone on that secret server!

 
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Topic: Rise of Mythos / RoM Contest - Write & Win Big! (Winners Announced)

The most notable thing about Time is that it is so purely relative. A large amount of reminiscence is, by common consent, conceded to the drowning man; and it is not past belief that one may review an entire courtship while removing one’s gloves.

That is what Adonis was doing, standing by a table in his bachelor apartments. On the table stood a singular-looking green plant in a red earthen jar. The plant was one of the species of cacti, and was provided with long, tentacular leaves that perpetually swayed with the slightest breeze with a peculiar beckoning motion.

Adonis’s friend, the brother of the bride, stood at a sideboard complaining at being allowed to drink alone. Both men were in evening dress. White favors like stars upon their coats shone through the gloom of the apartment.

As he slowly unbuttoned his gloves, there passed through Adonis’s mind a swift, scarifying retrospect of the last few hours. It seemed that in his nostrils was still the scent of the flowers that had been banked in odorous masses about the church, and in his ears the lowpitched hum of a thousand well-bred voices, the rustle of crisp garments, and, most insistently recurring, the drawling words of the minister irrevocably binding her to another.

From this last hopeless point of view he still strove, as if it had become a habit of his mind, to reach some conjecture as to why and how he had lost her. Shaken rudely by the uncompromising fact, he had suddenly found himself confronted by a thing he had never before faced – his own innermost, unmitigated, arid unbedecked self. He saw all the garbs of pretence and egoism that he had worn now turn to rags of folly. He shuddered at the thought that to others, before now, the garments of his soul must have appeared sorry and threadbare. Vanity and conceit? These were the joints in his armor. And how free from either she had always been – But why?

As Ariella had slowly moved up the aisle toward the altar he had felt an unworthy, sullen exultation that had served to support him. He had told himself that her paleness was from thoughts of another than the man to whom she was about to give herself. But even that poor consolation had been wrenched from him. For, when he saw that swift, limpid, upward look that she gave the man when he took her hand, he knew himself to be forgotten. Once that same look had been raised to him, and he had gauged its meaning. Indeed, his conceit had crumbled; its last prop was gone. Why had it ended thus? There had been no quarrel between them, nothing—

For the thousandth time he remarshalled in his mind the events of those last few days before the tide had so suddenly turned.

Ariella had always insisted upon placing him upon a pedestal, and he had accepted her homage with royal grandeur. It had been a very sweet incense that she had burned before him; so modest (he told himself); so childlike and worshipful, and (he would once have sworn) so sincere. She had invested him with an almost supernatural number of high attributes and excellencies and talents, and he had absorbed the oblation as a desert drinks the rain that can coax from it no promise of blossom or fruit.

As Adonis grimly wrenched apart the seam of his last glove, the crowning instance of his fatuous and tardily mourned egoism came vividly back to him. The scene was the night when he had asked her to come up on his pedestal with him and share his greatness. He could not, now, for the pain of it, allow his mind to dwell upon the memory of her convincing beauty that night—the careless wave of her hair, the tenderness and virginal charm of her looks and words. But they had been enough, and they had brought him to speak. During their conversation she had said:

“And Captain Gubba tells me that you speak the Namek language like a native. Why have you hidden this accomplishment from me? Is there anything you do not know?”

Now, Gubba was an idiot. No doubt he (Adonis) had been guilty (he sometimes did such things) of airing at the club some old, canting Kakorean proverb dug from the hotchpotch at the back of dictionaries. Gubba, who was one of his incontinent admirers, was the very man to have magnified this exhibition of doubtful erudition.

But, alas! the incense of her admiration had been so sweet and flattering. He allowed the imputation to pass without denial. Without protest, he allowed her to twine about his brow this spurious bay of Namek scholarship. He let it grace his conquering head, and, among its soft convolutions, he did not feel the prick of the thorn that was to pierce him later.

How glad, how shy, how tremulous Ariella was! How she fluttered like a snared bird when he laid his mightiness at her feet! He could have sworn, and he could swear now, that unmistakable consent was in her eyes, but, coyly, she would give him no direct answer. “I will send you my answer to-morrow,” she said; and he, the indulgent, confident victor, smilingly granted the delay. The next day he waited, impatient, in his rooms for the word. At noon her groom came to the door and left the strange cactus in the red earthen jar. There was no note, no message, merely a tag upon the plant bearing a barbarous foreign or botanical name. He waited until night, but her answer did not come. His large pride and hurt vanity kept him from seeking her. Two evenings later they met at a dinner. Their greetings were conventional, but she looked at him, breathless, wondering, eager. He was courteous, adamant, waiting her explanation. With womanly swiftness she took her cue from his manner, and turned to snow and ice. Thus, and wider from this on, they had drifted apart. Where was his fault? Who had been to blame? Humbled now, he sought the answer amid the ruins of his self-conceit. If—

The voice of the other man in the room, querulously intruding upon his thoughts, aroused him.

“I say, Adonis, what the deuce is the matter with you? You look unhappy as if you yourself had been married instead of having acted merely as an accomplice. Look at me, another accessory, come two thousand miles on a garlicky, cockroachy banana steamer all the way from Choland to connive at the sacrifice—please to observe how lightly my guilt rests upon my shoulders. Only little sister I had, too, and now she’s gone. Come now! take something to ease your conscience.”

“I don’t drink just now, thanks,” said Adonis.

“Your brandy,” resumed the other, coming over and joining him, “is abominable. Run down to see me some time at Reeged Eavint, and try some of our stuff that old Splinter smuggles in. It’s worth the, trip. Hallo! here’s an old acquaintance. Wherever did you rake up this cactus, Adonis?”

“A present,” said Adonis, “from a friend. Know the species?”

“Very well. It’s a tropical concern. See hundreds of ‘em around Reeged Eavint every day. Here’s the name on this tag tied to it. Know any Namek, Adonis?”

“No,” said Adonis, with the bitter wraith of a smile—“Is it Namek?”

“Yes. The natives imagine the leaves are reaching out and beckoning to you. They call it by this name—Shishkaboblocodevymodsala. Name means in English, ‘Come and take me.’”

Name: Chopper91
Snowyfort-kong

 
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Topic: Rise of Mythos / RoM Contest - Write & Win Big! (Winners Announced)

How would you prevent any bias involved?
Shouldn’t we submit these anonymously and then come forward later?

 
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Topic: Rise of Mythos / Time to Un nerf Cull

rock(spike)/paper(anti)/scissors(power)
except you guys are pure scissors and paper with papers that can beat most ppl’s scissors :/

 
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Topic: Rise of Mythos / Server Merge Plan & Maintenance Patch Notes for August 12th

New event my butt :/