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GoldLead3r

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  1. There are still many cards left to spoil. People really should not freak out over one card until the entire set is known.
  2. It sounds like the real problem here is that you don't know how to shrink photos. I suggest Googling it by literally typing into Google "how do I shrink photos below 2mb?". You will find the answers you seek.
  3. I think the player was hoping that the continual marking/re-placement of the ship(s) involved would alter things just enough to allow passage. That's not reasonable by any measurement, but whether it's possible would depend on how much overlap there was. I figured he was predicting that his opponent wouldn't expect him to do the same thing again and would try to counter him by making a different move, thus breaking the blocking chain. Except scouts move first against bro bots so...
  4. You need a bunch of little windows open. It's very difficult on a laptop. It's one of the reasons I prefer Tabletop Simulator. Everything is on one screen.
  5. Vegas would be awesome. I could easily make it there. Let's do it FFG!
  6. No one said anything about forcing you or anyone to attend any tournament. I know. I'm explaining my reason as to why or why not I would enter a tourney. $25 with minimal prize support motivates me to find something better to do with my time and money. OK fair enough. So where is the tipping point? What percentage of the entry fee has to go to prize support for you to enter and feel like you got your money's worth? Do you have to have a reasonable chance to make back your money? What is a reasonable profit for the organizer? There is no percentage that has to go to prize support for me to enter and feel like I got my money's worth. Spending the day playing X-Wing is getting my money's worth. Paying the entry fee to enter a tournament is not an investment, it's supporting the store and persons that took the time to organise it and provide a place big enough to host it. The organiser can make all the profit he wants. Hosting a 100+ players tournament is no small task. 100% this.
  7. I read this as FFG subtly saying "Play the style you like instead of hating on the styles you don't like" because there has been a lot of hate lately on these forums.
  8. I've been play testing this exact list the last few weeks and strongly considering it for an upcoming regional. It completely destroys aces. Triple Jumps would definitely bring it down fast so you better dodge arcs!
  9. IDs has really pulled a lot of aggressive people out of the wood works. I understand they really don't like the rule. I don't think it's a good excuse for being a jerk online. It's been a bit disconcerting. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
  10. Keyboard Warrior 1. A Person who, being unable to express his anger through physical violence (owning to their physical weakness, lack of bravery and/or conviction in real life), instead manifests said emotions through the text-based medium of the internet, usually in the form of aggressive writing that the Keyboard Warrior would not (for reasons previously mentioned) be able to give form to in real life. 2. The term is a combination of the word 'keyboard' (the main tool by which the person expresses his/her latent rage) and 'warrior' (due to the warrior-like aggression, tendency towards violence, headstrong nature and propensity towards brute force as a means of resolving conflict rather than more subtle means dependant on finesse). 3. The Keyboard Warrior seeks to use the power imbued in his 'weapon' to effect death and destruction (in a strictly-metaphorical sense) upon his foes (other virtual identities he has encountered on the internet). In essence, the keyboard (ie. text input ability) allows the keyboard warrior to manifest his true warrior nature in a safe and removed environment, from which no real-life repercussions . 4. Keyboard Warriors are generally identified by unneccessary rage in their written communications, and are regarded as 'losers' by other virtual identities on the internet. Ken is such a keyboard warrior when he gets onto the internet.
  11. How much does that 60% equal in real money and what would it be without that CEO? I don't care enough to find out tbh, I just want to fly plastic space ships.
  12. Let’s dispel once and for all with this fiction that FFG doesn’t know what they're doing. They know exactly what they're doing.
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