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#1102 Apr 03 2014 at 1:37 PM Rating: Good
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Yeah, I have only finished the story once on Zero then rerolled so he's level 35 or something, Gaige is level 24 now.
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#1103 Apr 03 2014 at 1:39 PM Rating: Good
Did you do any of the DLC? The main ones are pretty good. Stand outs for me are Captian scarlets and Tiny Tina's.
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#1104 Apr 03 2014 at 1:42 PM Rating: Good
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Not yet, I didn't feel like sinking more money into the game when I got it. Edit: seems like I do have it since I bought Game of the year edition.

Edited, Apr 3rd 2014 9:43pm by Aethien
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#1105 Apr 03 2014 at 2:13 PM Rating: Good
Yeah you got it all with GoT. Except for anything that came after season 1. But the two best ones I mentioned above were season 1. You can do the DLC once per play through. Some pretty sweet weapons and whatnot in there. But it's strategic to do them at certain times.

http://gaming.stackexchange.com/questions/101763/when-should-i-start-the-dlc

At least through TVHM. In UVHM I usually wait until the end for all near all of them so I have the highest level versions of the best drops. That's also were the raid bosses are. but they lock to you level ish when you go in after normal.


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#1106 Apr 03 2014 at 2:29 PM Rating: Good
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Maybe I should look into all that, I've just ran around doing whatever came my way so far and since I've never played it as anything but GotY I have no idea what was in the original game and what wasn't.
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#1107 Apr 03 2014 at 2:37 PM Rating: Good
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Each of the DLC areas have a specific Fast Travel starting point, and when you get there the first time the introductory cutscene plays.
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#1108 Apr 03 2014 at 2:59 PM Rating: Good
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Ohh, that makes sense. I've never looked at the fast travel map closely. Smiley: lol
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#1109 Apr 03 2014 at 6:40 PM Rating: Good
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borderlands two was the first game with lots of guns that I have ever liked.
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#1110 Apr 04 2014 at 7:04 PM Rating: Good
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That was Mass Effect for me, I think. Smiley: lol
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#1111 Apr 04 2014 at 7:28 PM Rating: Good
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Maybe I should try Mass Effect if it goes on sale.

Borderlands DLC is proving to be wonderful, depressing town with a creepy maniac who looks like the poster for Fear & Loathing, sassy pirates and a beautiful balance between funny and downright depressing.

They had some serious writing talent on board for that DLC.
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#1112 Apr 04 2014 at 8:48 PM Rating: Good
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Maybe I should try Mass Effect if it goes on sale.

Borderlands DLC is proving to be wonderful, depressing town with a creepy maniac who looks like the poster for Fear & Loathing, sassy pirates and a beautiful balance between funny and downright depressing.

They had some serious writing talent on board for that DLC.


Yes you should on Mass Effect. Also yup Captain Scarlet's is great, and wait until you do Tiny Tina's, so dope.
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#1113 Apr 04 2014 at 8:54 PM Rating: Good
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You know, I still haven't played any of the ME3 DLC... I just kept playing the multiplayer. Smiley: lol

I really need to get on that. Especially Citadel. Come to me, my wonderful fanservice...

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#1114 Apr 04 2014 at 9:16 PM Rating: Good
I'm afraid if I play ME3 DLC it will lead to another complete play through. Ain't nobody got time for that.
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#1115 Apr 04 2014 at 9:21 PM Rating: Good
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I know that feeling well...

I've been ignoring the itch to replay both the ME and DA series for months now. I know I'll be replaying DA leading up to DAI, so I'm trying to stop myself from doing it now.

Mass Effect, though...

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#1116 Apr 05 2014 at 12:06 AM Rating: Good
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Nothing wrong with spending the weekend behind your screen, playing non stop, right?
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#1117 Apr 05 2014 at 5:15 PM Rating: Good
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I get so nervous in Hearthstone. Currently 5-1 in Arena with a Shaman deck. I feel like every win is only one or two turns from being a loss. It's pretty fun. I wish gold gain outside Arena were faster, but I understand why they have it set up this way.
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#1118 Apr 05 2014 at 5:33 PM Rating: Good
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I've been watching some Magic on Twitch (Star City Games channel) and that 1/2 turn swing is why I love Legacy.

Infect decks that suddenly attack with an unblockable 10/x with infect (deals damage in poison counters, 10 poison counters = loss), elf decks that can go from nothing to attacking for lethal in a turn, Storm, Painted
Stone and Oops All Spells decks that combo you to death and reanimate decks that can throw a huge creature at you on turn 1. So many viable decks that can turn the game around out of nothing.
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#1119 Apr 05 2014 at 5:44 PM Rating: Good
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Ironically, I was just playing Hearthfire. Smiley: lol

My dailies were win twice with priest/pally, twice with pally/warrior (yay, doubles), and twice with hunter/druid (ugh, nvm, this'll take a while).
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#1120 Apr 05 2014 at 5:50 PM Rating: Good
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I like watching MaSsan for Hearthstone. He plays a ton of Arena, and I can usually catch some in the morning.

Digg, do I have you on Battle.net? Spoonless#1122 Or are you Tharon. God ****, I have no idea who anyone on any friend list is anymore.

Hunter isn't bad if you have access to a bunch of Charge cards and make a rush deck. Might take a little while to get your wins but at least games are only like 5-8 minutes.

Edited, Apr 5th 2014 8:01pm by Spoonless
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#1121 Apr 05 2014 at 6:13 PM Rating: Good
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I'm Tharon.
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#1122 Apr 05 2014 at 6:17 PM Rating: Good
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Hahaha, OK thanks. Going to add a note to your name.
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#1123 Apr 05 2014 at 6:38 PM Rating: Good
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idiggory#1833.

I only have Fishy on my list. Smiley: lol
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#1124 Apr 06 2014 at 12:39 AM Rating: Good
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I fired up Hearthstone for the first time since the beta earlier this week, and got absolutely steam-rolled. It seems like everybody has a full deck of new/rare cards that I've never even seen before.
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#1125 Apr 06 2014 at 4:01 AM Rating: Good
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In theory, your losses should quickly get you moved down the ranks to opponents who should have decks you are more familiar with.
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#1126 Apr 06 2014 at 5:55 AM Rating: Good
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I wish that casual matched you with other players based on quality of deck or something.
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#1127 Apr 06 2014 at 10:08 AM Rating: Good
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There's a 50% EXP bonus going on in Diablo 3 for the weekend, by the way. Just found out about it. Working on my replacement HC Crusader. She's up to 56 right now. I went back down to Normal difficulty since I don't really mind the extra amount of time it'll take to level up, and I am not quite strong enough to tackle the difficulty levels with bonuses aside from the EXP bonuses.

Also, Warrior control decks in HS are annoying if you don't run a hard counter. I GG'd when I was at full health because he was at full health with like 25 armor, and I knew that maybe I could beat him, but it would be a long boring process. Back to playing Mage. I need to tune the deck a bit more, but it's pretty fun.

I want to make this Shadowpriest rush deck work, but it's an interesting balance. The goal is to change hero power early and play hyper aggressive, but if you don't catch one of the Shadowform cards early, it still needs to be able to pressure. I've had a bunch of fun with it, and Shadowform makes your hero power maybe the most powerful in the game, IMO. It turns it into 2 damage, unaffected by taunts in the same manner of Mage's Fireblast. If you catch both Shadowform cards, you can make it 3 damage. Makes for nice removal help to free up your aggressive minion play. I think I need to scale back on some of the buff cards I have, removing a couple duplicates in order to insert more draw cards so I can fish for what I need.

Also, I got drunk last night and bought some more packs. Smiley: lol Oh, and also drafted maybe the worst Arena deck I've ever done. I went 1-3 and I only got that one win because the other guy GG'd on turn 3 for no discernible reason (since his board was empty, I assume he caught all his high-mana cards and just had no plays and didn't want to deal with sh*t).

Edited, Apr 6th 2014 12:20pm by Spoonless
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#1128 Apr 06 2014 at 6:28 PM Rating: Good
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Diablo 3 UI musings: When in Adventure mode, the bottom right hand corner of the map shows how many quests you've completed, as seen here:

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But you can't click on the quest icon. It shows you where the quest is on the travel map when you hover over it, but then you have to move your mouse to the location on the map to initiate the warp. If they added in the functionality to show where the specific quest is on hover, why not also let you just click the icon where your cursor already is to bring you there? I mean, I'm not so lazy that I refuse to move my mouse to the location, but it seems like a pretty common sense QoL improvement piggybacked on one that is already implemented.

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Edited, Apr 6th 2014 8:29pm by Spoonless
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#1129 Apr 06 2014 at 6:39 PM Rating: Good
That screenie kind of made me want to bust out some D3. I don't think I have played in like 6-7 months and I am also trying to level in both PoE and ESO but hey why not a 3rd game?
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#1130 Apr 07 2014 at 11:47 AM Rating: Good
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I just want to put this here as an entry to the "Games I Shouldn't Want But Totally Do" category.
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#1131 Apr 07 2014 at 2:06 PM Rating: Good
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Fat the whuck?!
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#1132 Apr 09 2014 at 1:11 PM Rating: Good
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How can you say DO NOT WANT to a smile like that?
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#1133 Apr 09 2014 at 1:52 PM Rating: Good
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You can't. You just have to kinda...lie back and think of England.
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#1134 Apr 10 2014 at 1:33 PM Rating: Good
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Not sure if anyone else is still playing Hearthstone, but I just found out that you can search for a specific rarity when building or crafting. I knew you could use it to search by name or type in stuff like "draw" to find draw cards, but it can be useful to search by "epic" or whatever, especially if you're looking for stuff to disenchant if you're trying to find the dust to craft something else.
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#1135 Apr 10 2014 at 2:02 PM Rating: Good
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I don't understand card quality. I mean, they have all the same stats, right? It just makes it harder to build a deck to have rares, right?

This is obviously excepting cards that are ONLY rare.
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#1136 Apr 10 2014 at 3:36 PM Rating: Good
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Typically your rates and higher have more specialized effects than Conklin and uncommon cards. Each quality level has a different cost to craft, and you cannot have duplicate legendaries in a deck.
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#1137 Apr 10 2014 at 3:46 PM Rating: Good
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#1138 Apr 10 2014 at 3:52 PM Rating: Good
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Smiley: lolSmiley: lolSmiley: lol

I just mean, like, what's the difference between a Murloc Raider and a golden Murloc Raider?

Or are those considered different cards in the sense that it allows you to have 4 Murloc Raiders in your deck?
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#1139 Apr 10 2014 at 4:37 PM Rating: Good
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Same card, same 'quality'. Golden cards have cooler animations, and disenchant for the full crafting value of the non-golden card. So a golden rare disenchants for 100 dust. You can only have 2 of a card in your deck, and golden cards count the same as non-golden for this purpose.
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#1140 Apr 11 2014 at 7:42 AM Rating: Good
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Last night in my hour before bed gaming time I decided to work on my little Don't Starve world. But within 5mins my guy, that was 89 days old!, was dead and I was back at square one. Instead of re-collecting carrots and despite my fear of battle.net I dusted off my account and opened Hearthstone. I played right through my bed time.

I think I'll be on Hearthstone this weekend. I like the Hunter Champ best so far.








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#1141 Apr 11 2014 at 8:06 AM Rating: Good
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My daily is 5 victories with Mage/Shaman.

I haven't played enough to pick a favorite yet, but I do enjoy Mage. I THINK I like Paladin? I haven't quite decided yet. I feel like my deck might have been missing some key cards that would make it really shine. My Warlock is my highest, at 16.

I dunno if I like my Mage deck right now, though. It's just a recommended basic build, but I find I'm having a lot of trouble in early game. That could just be a string of bad luck with a small sample size, though.

I really like Druid and Hunter in theory, but in practice not so much. Druid's turtling strategy is great... until your opponent polymorphs the super strong minion you just put out. And I feel like that's Druid's only real trick, so it's hard to bait the poly. Hunter I don't have enough experience with to actually say I don't like them.
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#1142 Apr 11 2014 at 8:52 AM Rating: Good
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You can swap a single daily quest, once per day, from what I can tell. When you go to the quests page, there's a little X on the upper right hand of each quest. Click that on the one you want to change, and it'll swap it for a different quest.

I really like Mage, but I can't seem to build a deck I'm happy with. When I catch the right cards, it can be a hilarious amount of destruction, but I feel like I don't have any real backup synergies/strategies for the deck. I've been playing a Paladin deck that I really really like. It seems to do fairly decently against Hunter aggression, but if I get some bad draws, I get wrecked.

The Mage opening that I really love is if you get the coin for going second and manage to catch a Mana Wyrm and Mirror Images. Coin counts as a spell, so you can open with Mana Wyrm, Coin, Mirror Images, starting the game with a 3/3 Wyrm and your two 0/2 taunts.

I'm trying to change my approach to the game in general. I was conceding as soon as I was pretty certain the game was over, but I'm trying to force myself to play everything out and to make the correct decisions, even in a losing effort. While this hasn't saved me any games that I would have already quit, it has a couple benefits. The first is experience points. You gain experience based on the number of cards you play, so every turn is a little more EXP. Secondly, I am learning more and more how to deal with individual situations. Sure, the other guy might have lethal the next turn, but maybe I learned a neat synergy in my deck to remove a large minion that I may not otherwise think of. I'm trying to gain some sort of knowledge out of every matchup.

I need to read up and watch a bit more Arena play. I really like it, but the most wins I've gotten has been 7. I just need to formulate better drafting strategies, especially for classes I don't play very often.
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#1143 Apr 11 2014 at 9:03 AM Rating: Good
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Being able to switch a daily is good to know, thanks.

And I think Mages aren't really built around synergy. They're more built around having various tools, and those tools are used to proactively clear the board to keep them with the upper hand.

Other decks, in contrast, have more buffing spells, more minions with buffing effects and traits, etc. Mages seem to gravitate towards minions whose mana budget is for pure power; their goal is to keep the enemy's field empty, so taunt is less important, and they end up going for more straight trades as a result. Unlike a Shaman, you're not going to have strong minions you want to keep alive. 1 or 2 good trades and they've fulfilled their purpose.

And it's DEFINITELY different from Priest.

Side note, why have I literally NEVER faced a priest who wasn't able to toss out their Northshire Cleric on turn 1? Such a pain in the ***...
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#1144 Apr 11 2014 at 9:59 AM Rating: Good
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I had tried a Mage build that basically revolved around getting your opponent to 20 HP or less, drawing to Pyroblast and using Ice Block to keep you alive long enough to blow up your opponent's face. There's nothing quite so satisfying as someone hitting your last 1 HP and Ice Block telling them they have to wait, and then blowing their face up. I think that ultimately, that deck was a bit too spell-heavy, and most of my minions were just there to activate card draws in order to fish for those spells. It could certainly wreck some other decks, but I"m not sure it was well-suited as an general purpose deck.

My Paladin deck is a bit control heavy. I have numerous different methods to board clear, lots of taunts to slow down aggressive decks, and a bunch of minions to get value out of Redemption (Harvest Golems, Abominations, Cairne, etc.). It works very well against a broad range of decks, though it is expensive to craft everything in it.
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The new cards they've shown from the upcoming single-player mode seem pretty good, but I'm certainly leery about the cost of entry. The "dungeon" is five wings, each having their own card rewards (30 cards in total). You get the first wing for free, and the others have to be paid for via gold or real money. I really hope their prices aren't obscene here. I need to either get better at Arena or stop spending my gold. I would like to not spend any more money. Smiley: lol

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#1147 Apr 11 2014 at 4:51 PM Rating: Good
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I haven't spent any money on card packs and I don't intend to.

If I managed to get through ME3 without spending real cash, I can certainly do it here.
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#1148 Apr 11 2014 at 6:28 PM Rating: Good
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I haven't spent any money on card packs and I don't intend to.

If I managed to get through ME3 without spending real cash, I can certainly do it here.


You bought the day one DLC didn't you?
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I haven't spent any money on card packs and I don't intend to.

If I managed to get through ME3 without spending real cash, I can certainly do it here.


You bought the day one DLC didn't you?


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I haven't spent any money on card packs and I don't intend to.

If I managed to get through ME3 without spending real cash, I can certainly do it here.


You bought the day one DLC didn't you?


Smiley: lolSmiley: lolSmiley: lol

I also bought the core game.

I meant on multiplayer packs, not on the single player stuff.
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#1150 Apr 11 2014 at 7:21 PM Rating: Good
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Oh good, the double quoting bug is back...
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#1151 Apr 12 2014 at 10:45 AM Rating: Good
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Just beat a Mage who played this at the very end.
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