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  1. Clash of Legions

    Yo. If you’re like me and you’re too broke to afford a PC, check out Clash of Legions if you’ve got a smart device. It isn’t like any of the other “Clash” games, I believe it’s an entirely different developer. It is an actual RTS with a fun community and in need of new players. It’s the best RTS experience I’ve had outside of PC. Clash of Legions: Art of War *not Clash of Legions: Kingdom Rise.
  2. Why did Valve completely abandon artifact? They could've at least let community a chance to mod it or change it? I just see people here and there complain about that, that we didn't get actually completed game, we didn't get any enhancement packs of cards, the game itself surely had problems but they were not unsolvable. It just required maybe a little bit more attention that it got. I think maybe some connection on Dota client (some hats or whatever) could bring some steady amount of players. It's so sad to just lose all this art, music and the game itself at once, with no chance of it getting a comeback. Sorry for this rant, felt a bit emotional.
  3. Flame Elementals

    The skeletons are immune to debuffs so they can't be ignited by the pyromancer nor the fire elementals. With the artifact that gives +3 resistance and the upgrade path that gives them +2 resistance (Sudden Strike) they barely took any damage from the pyromancer or the elementals. To make the Ghoul invulnerable I simply buffed her 3 times with Embrace Mediocrity (and eventually her evasion was so high nothing could hit her). To keep the fight going on forever I used the consumable item that gives 8 mana each round (Mana Source). If one of the skeletons was low on health I simply healed everything to full with the Battle Eternal spell https://showbox.tools/ . The Pyromancer summons a fire elemental every round but the skeletons have high enough damage to drop its health below 30% so the ghoul could eat it. The only limiting factor was wrath but the ring that generates 8 wrath each round helped quite a bit. This way my party was literally unkillable and the fight would go on forever if the Pyromancer didn't lose sanity each time an elemental died.
  4. To whomever purchased this game

    I got this,...
  5. To whomever purchased this game

    On behalf of the CoL community, please do not mess this up. You have an amazing group of core players around the world that are dedicated to this game. You also have a unique corner of the market considering this is currently the only mobile game that has a triple A, RTS. Your listed changes sound concerning to the integrity of the game. The only thing CoL ever lacked was a dedicated team of developers that focused on growing the product. More in-game currencies and special abilities sound like the main focus is force players into a pay-to-win scenario. If we’re wrong, please let us know. Don’t make the same mistakes of prior ownership. Engage with your people.
  6. “Speaking of the moment when bats ‘fluttered away from the insectivore line and gave rise to ourselves’... ‘What fragment of man, perhaps a useful fragment, departed with them?’” This passage is driving me nuts. Is it saying that bats came about from insects? Then saying that humans came about from bats? “-ivore,” I guess, implies that they fluttered away from eating insects, but I don’t see how that leads to “giving rise to ourselves.” Ultimately, it seems to be saying that bats ate insects then began to feed on us before fluttering away from us. I get that. I’m just uncertain on how the sentences go about communicating that. As a side note, I believe I’ve asked this at another time in another post in a different manner, but how do you handle passages/sentences/etc that you don’t understand? Mark it and return, brute-force it, or maybe even ignore it? I think that for me, there’s a certain level of anxiety with not getting something, particularly literary texts. It really drives me nuts. I enjoy and love chewing on a text, whether it be the slow-burn of reading a big book or chewing on the micro, sentence-by-sentence basis. But the fear of not being smart enough or, rather, being too dumb for XYZ is stressful at times. Maybe it boils down to a lack of patience or maturity, as not understanding something can put me in a small frenzy while simultaneously getting me “stuck” on the passage. It’s hard to progress in a book when I’m obsessing over a sentence I don’t fully understand. Take the opening sentence of The Recognitions. It’s amazing (you can preview the book and the sentence on Amazon if you don’t have it handy; use desktop mode if you’re on mobile). Chewing on that sentence was absolutely a blast. It took me a while to understand what it meant, and I still haven’t gotten around to articulating how the sentence works or what it’s actually saying.
  7. Personal Dungeon

    I got this,..
  8. Personal Dungeon

    There you'll meet the ghost Slayer Master Faiza. If you haven't completed Morytania Hard Tasks, then you'll need to bring/wear Ghostspeak Amulet. Faiza will give you between 25-50 Ushabtis (think Pokeballs for your Pokedex Slayerdex) depending on your Slayer level 99-120. You can buy more from Slayer Masters at the cost of 20 Slayer points each. The Slayerdex currently has 151 monsters you can collect (the original 151). Monsters with Slayer level 80 or less are really easy to collect their souls within 5-50 kills, so you don't need to be on a Slayer task for them (which doubles the soul chance). If you are level 120 Slayer, then the soul chance is already double (does not stack with being on-task). For extremely high level Slayer souls, the expensive Cursed Amascut Sand can be used to make Cursed Ushabtis, which have a +50% catch rate. Wearing the Corrupted Slayer Helmet has a bonus +5% catch rate. Using captured souls to build your dungeon does count for completion in Slayer Codex, so only offer the soul to the Chest of Souls if you don't want/need that monster in your dungeon.
  9. “Speaking of the moment when bats ‘fluttered away from the insectivore line and gave rise to ourselves’... ‘What fragment of man, perhaps a useful fragment, departed with them?’” This passage is driving me nuts. Is it saying that bats came about from insects? Then saying that humans came about from bats? “-ivore,” I guess, implies that they fluttered away from eating insects, but I don’t see how that leads to “giving rise to ourselves.” Ultimately, it seems to be saying that bats ate insects then began to feed on us before fluttering away from us. I get that. I’m just uncertain on how the sentences go about communicating that. As a side note, I believe I’ve asked this at another time in another post in a different manner, but how do you handle passages/sentences/etc that you don’t understand? Mark it and return, brute-force it, or maybe even ignore it? I think that for me, there’s a certain level of anxiety with not getting something, particularly literary texts. It really drives me nuts. I enjoy and love chewing on a text, whether it be the slow-burn of reading a big book or chewing on the micro, sentence-by-sentence basis. But the fear of not being smart enough or, rather, being too dumb for XYZ is stressful at times. Maybe it boils down to a lack of patience or maturity, as not understanding something can put me in a small frenzy while simultaneously getting me “stuck” on the passage. It’s hard to progress in a book when I’m obsessing over a sentence I don’t fully understand. Take the opening sentence of The Recognitions. It’s amazing (you can preview the book and the sentence on Amazon if you don’t have it handy; use desktop mode if you’re on mobile). Chewing on that sentence was absolutely a blast. It took me a while to understand what it meant, and I still haven’t gotten around to articulating how the sentence works or what it’s actually saying.
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