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Everything posted by AmagicalFishy

  1. My saddest moment is when I was farming for a good Lemurian Halberd—my first run, someone gets a Lemurian Halberd. A supreme one. I got trash and still haven't gotten anything worth it. :(
  2. You're an *******. ... Or a genius, I can't figure out which one yet. But, well done, sir, well done. :D A stage worthy of being called a challenge.
  3. I can't stand AFK floor shops, just put the damn item in your shop and be done with it. If it's worth more than the 600 mil limit then stay in your shop and advertise that it's in there. Why would I want to go through the trouble of adding someone to steam and having to arrange a meeting time just to buy an item when I could go to a different shop and buy a similar item straight from their inventory? My shop is typically open for 7 - 10 hours at a time. Suggesting I'm there always to monitor whether or not, at most, 4 people want to buy my floor items is a reasonable and well-thought out sugg
  4. How do you guys go about getting people to add you for floor items in your shop? I've got a large weapon in front of the Tavern keeper w/ my SIDand a folder entitled "Floor Items" w/ my SID on it, but w/e I return, there are 2 - 3 people who say something like, "Is the host here? I want [item]," and no Steam invites.
  5. Honestly, what I find helps a lot is to make your own builds. Maybe glance (re: glance) at one to get a quick rundown on where your "bases" will be—but you learn a lot about the game, about your style, and about what works and what doesn't if you go through a ton of trial and error by yourself. I avoid Kandar's builds like the plague until I'm well-established and need help. Then I refer to other people's builds, or ask other people to see what they're doing differently than I. It may also help to run Aquanos w/ someone else building—draw from their build that way. It's never good to just ru
  6. Weekend bumpity. There are many ways to deal with the issue. At this point, nobody actually reads the advertisements. I think that bears restating. Nobody reads the ads. After several dozen times, they just get in the way. It's rare that people consciously watch ads or commercials and things of that nature—but there's a deep psychological effect to advertising, one that all of the marketing industry isn't oblivious to.
  7. ... Does that clear things up some? Definitely. I'm no longer having a hard time understanding where you're coming from believing that clearing end-game Survival maps are possible w/o an EV. In fact, I've been inclined to lessen the extent of my prior belief of the EV's importance; you've certainly made it seem possible. I suppose then, to put the "impossibility" claim more reasonably the claim would moreso be that the EV makes things so much easier that it's well worth (and then some) the money you pay for her, but, you're right. In regards to the burden-of-proof: It's true, in formal
  8. I clicked on the picture about 15 mintues ago and thought, "Yeah, they always get stuck there for me, too." When I came back to my computer, it was still up—and I realized that, that was my Monk standing there. Hey, man. :D
  9. I mean, you've got to expect them to stop making Heroes at some point, dude. This isn't League of Legends. ;) The Final Hero class just means there's going to be more focus on stages and content and such—but, all game slow down.
  10. My earliest Supreme is Wave 15 on Aquanos MM, my earliest Trans is ~Wave 10
  11. Fair call mate, I'll admit I'm getting confused as to who has said what I'm this thread, it's going downhill fast and just frustrating everybody. So uh... Sorry for that. Seriously. No worries. :) This, my friend, is called moving the goalposts. It's a cute little logical fallacy anyone who's read more than three of your posts had every reason to believe you would not hesitate to engage in. This is exactly why no-one cares enough to take time out of their lives to give you the proof of non-impossibility you repeatedly demand to counter-indicate -your- claim. Ah! I didn't know it had a na
  12. ... Whoa. Good point, I'd like to know, too. Beyond the peak of the volcano flies Sky City, the final map of the Shards DLC. Our team, from the level designers to the art team to the ivory tower gameplay designers, have invested many man-hours and buckets of man-sweat to ensure that their fond farewell would leave a remarkable impression.
  13. What do you guys think about this? I'm having a hard time figuring out what's wrong with my builds, because going up to Wave 20 is really, really easybut at Wave 20, everything becomes amazingly difficult and suddenly the whole build is overpowered by monsters. Perhaps, if everything were to scale more gradually (instead of having sharp turns at waves 10, 20, etc.), it'd be easier for players to figure out which points are weakest and which are doing fine.
  14. Well, that's very good of you—but... uh... I use the EV. :D That was moreso directed at Vesper (and anyone else saying the "impossible" side needs to prove it). I am uh... having a bunch of trouble getting passed Wave 20/21 of Aqua HCMM, if your offer stands for that, because I'll definitely take you up on it. :) I'm not the one who's having trouble not playing w/ an EV, nor am I seeking for help on playing w/o an EV, nor am I looking for help, nor am I seeking any of what the offers (not made to me because I'm not the OP) are offering. There'd be no point in posting my stats because I'm n
  15. I think there's a difference between "pay-to-win" and "gradually pay to gradually unlock different aspects of the game". Yes, they both refer to the same thing—pay for content in a game which would be impossible to get otherwise—but I think they describe different extents; consider them on a gradient. Pay-to-win describes, I think, a type of marketing popularized by "free" MMORPGs—where there's a large real-money market filled with various items that give you specific, customizeable benefits based on how much you pay, which vary in price according to how much they benefit you. Many of these i
  16. Queston #4: The SegaChannel used by the SegaMegadrive/Genesis
  17. (I'm not editing, but I meant for #5—it was #3 in this thread, though. :P)
  18. The very same way, if you were to finish a lategame survival without EV, many people would then go on to claim it's impossible to reach such stats without having an EV, which is impossible to prove as well. Exactly—and the case is the same for the statement of impossibility. The point being, if you want to progress far in the game, you need an EV. So, even if you were to clear an end-game Survival w/o an EV, you'd probably need one to be able to get to that point in the first place. Now, if I saw someone clear, say, Aquanos HCMM w/o an EV, regardless of how they got their stats, I'd assume
  19. Well, that's very good of you—but... uh... I use the EV. :D That was moreso directed at Vesper (and anyone else saying the "impossible" side needs to prove it). I am uh... having a bunch of trouble getting passed Wave 20/21 of Aqua HCMM, if your offer stands for that, because I'll definitely take you up on it. :)
  20. I'll put it another way after thinking a bit: Your claim can not be falsified. That is, you can't disprove the claim that, "Clearing an end-game survival w/o an EV is possible,"—If everyone in the world played Dungeon Defenders, and everyone failed after trying for years to clear w/o an EV, all anyone would have to say is, "You're build is not good enough," or "Your stats aren't high enough" or "You're not doing it right." To say the same thing, you can't prove the claim that, "Clearing an end-game survival w/o an EV is impossible." But, you can prove that clearing it is possible—and theref
  21. Regardless of who is saying what, regardless of the order in which claims were made (an order which, mind you, doesn't determine where the burden of proof lies outside of court), regardless of the number of people who say it's possible compared to the number of people who don't—I guarantee that no one in this conversation has cleared an end-game Survival w/o the use of an EV. That is all the evidence we need and that is all the evidence that is present in this discussion—and that evidence supports the claim that it's impossible to clear an end-game Survival w/o the use of an EV. The "impossi
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