Recent posts by bonaynay on Kongregate

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Topic: Yu-Gi-Oh! BAM / Re-sell value (O.o) Re-sell issue Solved

I agree. The nerf is very unpopular with the players. The severity of the nerf is unreasonable.

 
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Topic: Mud and Blood 2 / mud and blood 2 help tactics / stratigys and other stuff

Originally posted by DcDoMiNaToR:

My question is (Im not sure if its already been addressed but i dont want to look through every post), What do you guys do about flankers? Im talking those armored cars with the gunner thats very accurate/deadly and always seems to flank right into my position, at which point one of my three m3s or tank blow up EVERYTHING. Usually everything and themselves. I know that having an officer with high enough EXP can remover flankers and what not but It doesnt seem to help long. Any suggestions?

You need to line both edges of the map with Anti Tank mines. Put them on the very edge and be very careful when you call in a vehicle unit or they will blow up. Each Anti Tank mine should be close enough together to not allow one to slip through too close to you. My line of mines goes up the first 1/3 of the screen on both sides.

Keeps me safer.

 
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Topic: Mud and Blood 2 / How do I win

Originally posted by frenchdude849:
Originally posted by MalayangPilipino:

Actually there is a posibility of winning the game and that win is called achieving the “Victoria Cross” ribbon which you can only be achieve by having an average of 100 waves for your first 100 mission deploying a limit of 2500 men (25 per mission) its effect is quite rewarding: a free airborne drop for every mission deployment

Annnnd,how do you call a single bloody ribbon a win?

Because that ribbon can be very difficult to get. Another incredibly difficult one is the Mud and Blood Cross.

 
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Topic: Mud and Blood 2 / Wtf moments

5 games in a row today I get arty blitzed on wave 74. To add insult to injury the first 3 strikes will kill every single soldier with pinpoint accuracy and then another 9 shots come down just to show me how I have no chance in hell.

 
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Topic: Sorcery Quest / Put your class and team builds here!

Happy-Are all of your guards following the same skill build?

What skills is your bard specializing in?

 
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Topic: Sorcery Quest / Put your class and team builds here!

Since there is not much information about this game, I wanted to see what class combinations people are using for their party. And also put down the skills of each class you are focusing on.

My current party is around level 110 and has these classes

Berserker-not sure how much I enjoy this character and really unsure how to spend his skill points.

Paladin-Just got him yesterday so he is only level 88. After getting courage to 30 I started to spec for heavenly light. Class looks like it has a really potent synergy of abilities for light damage.

Guard-My most reliable party member by far. He has about an 88% counter chance

Engineer

Archer

Bard

Healer

I am not too in love with my back row :/. So what is everyone else using?

 
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Topic: Sorcery Quest / Sorcery Quest: What do you want added?

I want character stats such as parry/dodge/attack power in the character screen to reflect the in-combat buffs and debuffs.

 
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Topic: Sorcery Quest / Turns every 6 minutes

Obsolete sticky :/

 
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Topic: MARDEK RPG: Chapter 3 / Meraedor Potion Spray, extreme glitch

Originally posted by chesshawk:
Originally posted by Minnakht:

Reminds me of the W-Item glitch.

???

It’s a glitch in FF VII

 
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Topic: Kongregate Multiplayer Games / [Heroes of Gaia] 124 wins in arena already?

My past 3 fights (wins) in the arena have all been against him too lol

 
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Topic: Kongregate Multiplayer Games / [Heroes of Gaia] Suggestions

I haven’t read the entire thread so if this has already been said, I apologize.

I understand the need for buildings and research time to take awhile, but could there be some kind of system where we can burn our Action Points to hurry them along? It wouldn’t have to be a huge boost for the amount of AP invested, but at least it could shave off a few hours from the buildings/research times that take over 24 hours.

Also it seems like there is very little reason to have all of the heroes you can hold at once, especially if you haven’t bothered taking a second/third kingdom. Perhaps we could dedicate heroes to certain buildings to improve the building? Something like an intelligent hero that is assigned to the mage tower makes research go faster, a strong hero dedicated to a building being constructed makes it build faster, a hero with high speed makes a barracks train faster.

I don’t want to have these changes make the game “too fast”, just give us more options to efficiently run the kingdom.

 
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Topic: Kongregate Multiplayer Games / [Heroes of Gaia] well...im a noob see...

300k sounds a lot safer. i barely managed to knock it down and i sustained heavy casualties when i attacked an elf castle with my orc army.

 
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Topic: Kongregate Multiplayer Games / [Heroes of Gaia] uhhh lol?

lol…the hero is named Fannies.

 
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Topic: Serious Discussion / Myspace Suicide story

The parents, in their grief are trying to blame someone for their daughter’s suicide. Pulling out the definitions of recklessness and how it can equate to first degree murder are such a stretch for what happened here. This girl didn’t get hit by a brick…she made a noose and hanged herself. The only one at fault for her death is herself.

 
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Topic: Serious Discussion / Justifying the Past

Ever hear of the “theory of last Thursday”?

 
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Topic: Serious Discussion / 11 Year Old Girl Charged With Rape

Originally posted by yargabargayearg:
Originally posted by SaintAjora:

Speculation in the absence of information is sensationalism, not news.

Isn’t that what most “news” is?

Sadly, yes.

 
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Topic: Serious Discussion / Should Obesity be Regulated?

Originally posted by MommaK70:

The taxes I would agree to, would be on foods that, as Rothycat said, are extremely unhealthy.
These foods would include fast food or deep fried. Don’t buy the foods and
you aren’t subject to the tax. No liberties would be infringed, people would still have the
freedom of choice to purchase whatever food they wished. They would just pay a higher
tax on extremely unhealthy foods.

Why should I, as a healthy person, be forced to pay a higher tax for junk food? How would this tax deter the use of junk food by people with eating disorders? It wouldn’t. The food is an addiction, they would pay anything to get their “high”.

 
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Topic: Serious Discussion / An American Civil War.......again.

I have no idea what factors would cause a civil war here, but I think it’s possible. I don’t think it would be unreasonable to imagine two or more permanent countries coming to be as a result of it. America, now with half the fat.

 
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Topic: Serious Discussion / Why do people dislike Christianity??

Originally posted by MrRubix:
Originally posted by bonaynay:
Originally posted by MrRubix:

1. I did lay down an argument. Religion is logically unsound. People raise their kids with this stuff from an early age and perpetuate falsehoods. Religion is corrosive to science — it basically teaches people to accept fairy tales instead of judging things by their merits and evidence. Now tell me where THAT gets us, to pose your same question?

I don’t see how religion is logically unsound, it seems to fit in the human hierarchy of needs. Now the basis and particularities of specific religions have been known to take some leaps.

Just because something is emotionally appealing doesn’t make it true. It doesn’t matter how religion may fit into one’s life or make them feel — that alone proves nothing. Religion is illogical because it typically tries to interject a belief about the existence of something without any evidence for it. People often conflate it with emotional connections.

My apologies, I misinterpreted your post. I took it as the very existence of religion is illogical, my mistake.

 
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Topic: Serious Discussion / Why do people dislike Christianity??

Originally posted by MrRubix:

1. I did lay down an argument. Religion is logically unsound. People raise their kids with this stuff from an early age and perpetuate falsehoods. Religion is corrosive to science — it basically teaches people to accept fairy tales instead of judging things by their merits and evidence. Now tell me where THAT gets us, to pose your same question?

I don’t see how religion is logically unsound, it seems to fit in the human hierarchy of needs. Now the basis and particularities of specific religions have been known to take some leaps.

 
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Topic: Serious Discussion / Case for Incest

Originally posted by BombCog:

Then is becomes like every other application of discriminatory law: political and manipulative emotional.

I wonder where these ostracized incestuous families would flee to.

 
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Topic: Serious Discussion / Case for Incest

@Bombcog

What if that particular law were removed? If I am derailing I apologize.

 
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Topic: Serious Discussion / Machine Guns Aren't Bad

All of those extra bullets can’t be good for the environment.

 
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Topic: Serious Discussion / Case for Incest

Out of curiosity, would incestuous marriages/lifestyles become a legitimate minority? Legitimate is a poor choice of a word I suppose, but would they be protected under anti-discriminatory laws? If they didn’t keep their relationship a secret, I doubt their community would be able to ignore a taboo of this magnitude.

 
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Topic: Serious Discussion / Case for Incest

If two consenting adults knowingly enter an incestuous relationship, does a particular party become a “valid” victim? As Jabor questioned, what is sufficient cause for the government to prohibit two consenting adults from reproducing? If there are no foreseeable victims, why stop them?

Having said that, I do not know how serious of an impact inbreeding can have.

-Edit: I live in northern Indiana and there are a lot of Amish here. First cousins are known to wed and Amish families have anywhere from 1-8 kids.