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  1. 2 points
    Pipstickz

    MR's Training Grounds

    I haven't used GGG since who knows when. As far as I know, I used to be the most active staff member. When someone was banned, people wanted them unbanned. When I started talking about making GGG better, people accused me of breaking the rules, even though there's always chat about whatever in GGG. By the way, does anyone care what you wanted, Fenrir?
  2. 2 points
    MRD

    MR's Training Grounds

    I would like to add that i support MRWanders decision. If the community all has seperate ideas on what the GGG should be then the community can be responsible for the area, rules, and leadership. I opened the MR's Training Grounds to help the community, with the understanding the community would want it as a whole. However some people decided to be "evil" or whatever and ruin it for everyone. I have no means of punishing the offenders. I CAN send them to the Tunnel of War, but every time i do they find someone with a GoE spell to get them right out. Then my punishment is a big joke to them. I spent a lot of my time, in game and in real life, developing the technique we used. The technique was invented to make my army strong to protect Golemus against any threats. Me opening the GGG to the public was not a easy thing to do. It is like... If the US decided to train the militaries of every country in the world. It would benefit every country but would make the US weak because then the enemy knows its training method. I gave a lot of my time to this and to see everyone arguing and bickering and trying to change it makes me sick. We used this method for many months and never had to change any aspect. Now everyone has their own ideas they want. Well now its your time to do as you wish. GGG belongs to the community. If you guys want to keep changing it it wont work. I spent 18 months perfecting the method and know all possibilities and only one works correctly. I wish you all luck and my heart hopes GGG works for the rest of MD's life.
  3. 1 point
    Mya Celestia

    Firsanthalas' Description

    [color="#8B0000"][font="Palatino Linotype"]How about this for a description? Chief cook and bottle washer that also is the master muffin maker of the forest. We'll even ask for an apron for you [/font][/color]
  4. 1 point
    Chewett

    MR's Training Grounds

    [quote name='Fenrir Greycloth' date='03 March 2010 - 04:00 PM' timestamp='1267632057' post='55681'] Yes, because honestly, what I think would help, is usually good. I have bad ideas every once in a while, but I'm only human. I think that the GGG should be used only by MP5 players, and the Sparing ground for MP3 and 4. But wait. Noone cares. [/quote] Is there anyone who finds this hilarious? Fenrir Greycloth that spent a good week sitting in GGG unset so he could break as many people as possible, Wants GGG to continue? Offical Support of the MR's has been Withdrawn, However i am still enforcing the rules, As are many of the people that frequent there. With any fraction of the community behind it, It will continue.
  5. 1 point
    Burns

    Do You Like The New Al First Page?

    I couldn't find the 'keep the lenght it has now' option... a little more than before, but still not so clear as to stop all speculations about how and what exactly happened, me likes =)) Apart from that, I don't really like the 'Mur forces his story upon us' idea... It's one thing to pick somebody, hint him/her in the right direction and watch them doing or not doing things to an uncertain end whenever you think another part of MD is ready to be discovered, but something entirely different to pick somebody, put them in cage and have the road shown to them, but with you making the decisions -.- I see why you do it, but i don't really like it, sorry
  6. 1 point
    Chewett

    Do You Like The New Al First Page?

    Do you agree with the idea of making AL story to force players into a situation, considering this will be done by Mur and in the spirit of MD , to continue its legends? Isnt the AL about things people do? or at least that was the initial premise of the AL Currently i see it as merely a fanciful story that things that we do dont really currently have any effect on it because Mur will write it as you want it written. If you are forcing Situations that makes it even less about what we do to "change the world" as you have always said we could. Personally i was annoyed when you posted on the previous AL "[This adventure is presented with a few days offset to allow it to develop without outside influences and spoiling] " Because since you always said we can influence and help the Adventure log along then post something saying completely the opposite. Im going to drag some history up But when BigC was in necro, people came and influenced the story, But in the AL before the pause you explicitly told us you didnt want us to "interfere". So what i wonder, What is the Adventure log? Is it a story woven around the players in MD, who are picked by Mur to continue the story? or is it a story about what we do ourselves in MD?
  7. 1 point
    i am reading the long post of mur about the AL and sadly all i can think about is: i know enough players that really want to read the AL and are really interested in it but for some reason never even got half of it done after half a year. why is that? why would any average player care about the AL? it has no relevance to them. it is completely unimportant to them. yes some great secrets there are. but just compare it to real life: what was philosophy in old greek? discovering secrets about the world done by wealthy and strong people. a hobby no noraml person could afford because they had to live and had to work. average players see that they get killed and killed over again and have to fight for their survival. so what does some event at a stone of twisted soul where nobody can go anyway matter to them? nothing at all it wont influence them. they are busy with surviving and cant ponder about the whys of the world. take some 3rd world country. people want to survive and polute the environement and dont care about it. of course they dont care about the environment what does it matter to them if they have to struggle hard to survive and feed their kids. [b] MD is a fictional world but people have the same instincts and desires. u cant afford getting into really complicated complex philosopical questions about the world if other threats are so much more real, endangering and relevant for u.[/b] and most real is ur characters vital energy and creatures. during head contest u are only safe if u logout for around 4 days otherwise u keep getting killed over and over again. why care about what shades do in necrovion then? or some pillars of harmony u never knew they existed and a story that brought back the night. sadly the night wont stop players from killing u and doesnt give u a safe place to hide so why bother about it? i am sorry for writing this so offensive but since the shade balance the AL had no effect what so ever on the normal player. anything that happened didnt change anything for them expect a few new scenes in the lands of the east with nothing to do (so the land is deserted and nobody goes there) and a few more scenes in necro where they cant go and yet again nothing to do there anyway. it goes down to the basics. u get rewards, become stronger, are known, meet friends, get introduced to alliances, chat, are social, ect while training with other people. what are u doing when u think about the hows and whys of the game? u are mostlikely alone or with very few people and think for urself or discuss it with the same very few people. no reward, no getting known in the comunity, no socialzing, no hope of ever accomplshing anything and worst of all getting ignored. and what if u even have the stroke of genius and understand something essential and find the clue? probably somebody found it before u alrdy, at least that is ur impression if u message mur or akasha about it. and it changes nothing for u because 90% or more of the game wont ever care about it. u cant even talk with them about it because they never thought about it and never will. so what good is that knowledge besides being weak and getting killed or being forced to sacrifice all ur creatures to avoid the loss of stats after to many losses which is a real hard number on ur profile.
  8. 1 point
    [i](Edited: 08-13-10)[/i] 4. Always think positive, never give up, and have a lot of patience.
  9. 1 point
    Blackwoodforest

    Poetry Contest

    Here is mine, an old but very personal poem I wrote...(I just counted and there are less then 100 words, yeah dont count the angel-repeating but its still part of it - if you dont let it count, its okay for me, sad but ill accept it) Angel angel angel angel please don’t die; angel angel stand up and fly; angel angel abouve the sky; angel angel I hear you cry; angel angel spread your wings; angel angel you should be proud like thousand kings; angel angel I hear you roar; angel angel before heavensdoor; angel angel im so sorry; angel angel im guilty for all your worry; angel angel I look at you; angel angel wanna have this angel too; angel angel that im looking at; angel angel my eyes just says, I want you back; angel angel the tears ran down on your face; angel angel turn to stars in outher space; angel angel the star I see of former time; angel angel always dreamd you should be mine; angel angel I killed you hard; angel angel I broke your heart! angel angel never forget; angel angel the time that we together had; angel angel my last wish; angel angel please forgive! angel angel... Blackwood Forest ------------------- Because of the small entry, another on - maybe even MD related? Marinds Once there was but many girls, A young lady with her twirls, To lead a story quite solid, The ladies name there was Marind. A carnival grown round her round, To twist her mind with evil sound. Finally then she changed her mood, because of the small and wooden cube. Liquid shadows move around, In her dreams they even found, her walking through the md land, seeking out – a helping’ hand. Now´s you turn to help that maid, To uncurse her unknown fate. Play the game and you will know, What the future´s going to show. Blackwood Forest
  10. 1 point
    Peace

    Wtt/wts Shade

    Even shades have become victims of world's economy crisis... What else will my eyes see?
  11. 1 point
    Mcvitie

    New Quests

    Quest 1 Some of you will remember during the end of the Festival of Pain a contest was set up where you had to dress up as a creature of Magicduel. My first quest is to dress up for halloween.I want the costumes to look as brilliant as you can make them. I will expect to see claws, fangs, beastly faces and ugly noses.You may dress as anything you wish but only the top picture shall get a reward. The quest shall begin on the 31st and will go on till the 7th. Pictures can be sent to me via game pm or Forum.(I shall be creating a section called halloween quests) Prize Wishpoint Quest 2 My second quest is to create a new creature that would suit MD.As before the creature MUST be halloween based. The creature must have a picture, Description and Stats. The top 4 shall gain rewards. Quest shall start on the 31st till the 5th Creatures can be sent the same way as the 1st quest. Prizes 1st- Item+ 1 silver coin 2nd- 1 silver coin 3rd-Aged Priest Quest 3 This quest shall have only one winner.Pm me for further insructions. Prize 1 Wishpoint
  12. 0 points
    Grido

    The Maze And Gg

    [quote]Can we maybe like allow first timers who cross over to have a one time spell of getting teleported back to GoE[/quote]That's generally called Grido
  13. 0 points
    CrazyMike

    MR's Training Grounds

    From GGG, not only have I grown stronger but it has taught me alot as well. I would love for the GGG to continue and the MR to continue supporting it. I believe majority of players would love the GGG to continue as it is.
  14. 0 points
    CrazyMike

    The Maze And Gg

    Good gamers are naturally adventurous and putting up a sign to say that they will get stuck, might be like a moth attracted to the flame. I agree with Jester that the reward should be better than being stuck in a new land. Can we maybe like allow first timers who cross over to have a one time spell of getting teleported back to GoE?
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    Jester

    The Maze And Gg

    [quote name='Grido' date='02 March 2010 - 01:12 PM' timestamp='1267560723' post='55637'] Ahh, fair enough, been there too many times, couldnt remember that there was one of those there But yeah, that'd be something only Mur can do, and i know one person who certainly left for a long time because of it, it's a shame, especially considering i wouldve happily teleported them off if they'd known to ask. [/quote] I think it starts the game off wrong, personally. You see a Labyrinth which is apparently really hard to solve, and then through a lot of hard work (or luck) you solve it and open up a new land. Then you feel good about yourself, up until you realize the exit is locked and you are trapped. It seems strange to reward someone who solved a difficult puzzle by trapping them.
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    Jester

    The Maze And Gg

    Just a random thought, but maybe the sign at the entrance could be edited? That seems the most simple.
  17. -1 points
    dst

    Attack Bug

    It has happened before and it is a known bug. But it is one that is very very hard to reproduce.
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    dst

    New Quests

    What happened to those 3 quests? Is No. 3 the cheated one?
  19. -1 points
    dst

    New Quests

    Fear of further reprisals? Why? Did she cheated all of them? I asked about the quests cause I want to close the topic.
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    (Zl-eye-f)-nea

    The Meaning Of Life.

    This is how I see it... To use your analogy: The clock itself, has hands so that someone can see what time it is but only when considered from the point of view of a pre-set idea of what a clock is. It's designer, creator, and observer is nothing more than a part of a greater system the clock is part of. Their relationship is mutually beneficial and only two cogs in a bigger system. In the same way, without having to go further, I think one must accept that the purpose is what you are, part of a system of systems. If there is some end finite purpose, we must accept it is too far away to see, or perhaps the systems are infinate. If I use the clock, then the prupose of this world and how it functions is in order to perpetuate it's existance for the system above it and so on and so forth...in a sense, this is the nature of faith and hope. That being said, without hands what you remove is the indicator of function for the system above, not the purpose of the clock, for essentially it would still tell time with a very simple addition. You see I said addition rather than repair there? Remove one of the cogs however and you have a totally different problem...then the system either somehow manages to fix itself or must be repaired in order to continue it's function in the larger system else it dies. (I the greater system am thankful for my muscles, my muscles may or may not be aware of how wonderful they truely are simply in virtue of their existance) In terms of what would happen to morality etc should the true belief spread that we have no real purpose...I feel that is a totally hypothetical question, because due to the above, so long as we function and exist, the purpose we have can lay in so many different aspects that to truely believe we have none is to believe that nothing we do makes any difference to any system at all no matter how much smaller or bigger than our own, when we see our actions have an effect every single day. There is a lot more to say on this to be fair, in terms of personal satisfaction with ones own perceived purpose, because just having a purpose doesn't necessarily mean you will have a positive emotional response to it, which means the systems work ..er...multi-laterally...or however you say it. Z
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    Fenrir Greycloth

    The Meaning Of Life.

    I am of the belief that we have no "purpose" but to live, breed, and die. What we do in between is our own personal purpose, but in the grand scheme of things, our lives are meaningless. There are those of us who rise above the rest and have a purpose, who can change the world with a real purpose. While this is not a very heartening purpose if you look at it that we are insignificant, and are leading meaningless lives, you must be able to understand that what the Grand Scheme perceives as meaningless and what we find meaningful are two complete opposites. I cope with this reality by doing something meaningful to others. I may not be able to change the lives of the entire world, but I can change the lives of a couple hundred(may be a long shot or and a shortshot, my life has only started. ). All in all, it does not matter if your life has meaning, it is whether or not you give it meaning.
  22. -1 points
    phantasm

    The Meaning Of Life.

    i love the analogy malaikat. The difference, and the flaw...is that the clock parts don't produce new clock parts. We as a civilization breed new generations. I am an extremely devout Lutheran, but I don't look at the purpose to be set twards the "designer". I look as the purpose to be set for the next generation of clogs and gears, as you put it. "In 100 years from now it won't matter what kind of car I drove, what kind of suit I wore, or what kind of food I ate. What will matter is the difference I made in the life's of those who will see the future." One of my favorite quotes. So as you can see I think the meaning of life is the preservation of life for the next. Therefore "For instance, how would morality or social responsibility be altered if the illusion of purpose were to be shattered for the majority?"....the illusion of purpose would never be shattered unless the reproduction of children happened. I have always fully believed, that if when I died and moved to a better place, that if one person said "His life helped make a positive difference in my life" then I think the meaning of life was answered right there.
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    Totenkopf

    The Meaning Of Life.

    I'll try to disregard the fact that you're attempting to sneak the ol' watchmaker argument past us in "observer" clothes and rather focus on the purpose bit. Your clock-hands question is forcing an already weak analogy - us 6 billion buggers are not, in fact, "a clock", hence, we do not [u]need[/u] to have "hands" showing a three-headed alien on a casual Sunday Mars fly-by "the time", as it were. We also did not really "spin and rotate in harmony for thousands of years", I'd much rather fancy a "ground against each other in accelerated entropy" description, so despite some short-lived localized pockets of synergy, we don't have any "higher purpose" to speak of (except maybe entertaining the dolphins ), and subsequently liken to time-keeping.
  24. -1 points
    Malaikat Maut

    The Meaning Of Life.

    [quote name='(Zl-eye-f)-nea' date='12 January 2010 - 04:15 PM' timestamp='1263330927' post='52578']To use your analogy: The clock itself, has hands so that someone can see what time it is but only when considered from the point of view of a pre-set idea of what a clock is. [/quote] [quote name='Totenkopf' date='13 January 2010 - 08:19 AM' timestamp='1263388780' post='52645']Your clock-hands question is forcing an already weak analogy - us 6 billion buggers are not, in fact, "a clock", hence, we do not need to have "hands" showing a three-headed alien on a casual Sunday Mars fly-by "the time", as it were. [/quote] Unfortunately, any analogy would be imperfect due to our reliance on language and its inefficiency or inability to approach infinites and abstracts. [quote name='(Zl-eye-f)-nea' date='12 January 2010 - 04:15 PM' timestamp='1263330927' post='52578'] It's designer, creator, and observer is nothing more than a part of a greater system the clock is part of. Their relationship is mutually beneficial and only two cogs in a bigger system.[/quote] But you’ve just made the assumption that we have a designer, in which case I concede that fact alone is sufficient to grant us a greater purpose. I would like to assume that no greater system than humanity exists, and, in my clock analogy, humanity would have aspired to the pinnacle of its achievements: a harmonious yet complex world society. The murder rate is 0 and employment is 100%. I would make the claim that the universe, being the largest and ultimately final system yet unaware and inanimate, is purposeful insofar as that it sustains sentient life. So again, in the absence of a designer…is existence meaningful? Are there logical ways to support that it is? [quote name='(Zl-eye-f)-nea' date='12 January 2010 - 04:15 PM' timestamp='1263330927' post='52578']In the same way, without having to go further, I think one must accept that the purpose is what you are, part of a system of systems. If there is some end finite purpose, we must accept it is too far away to see, or perhaps the systems are infinate. If I use the clock, then the prupose of this world and how it functions is in order to perpetuate it's existance for the system above it and so on and so forth...in a sense, this is the nature of faith and hope. That being said, without hands what you remove is the indicator of function for the system above, not the purpose of the clock, for essentially it would still tell time with a very simple addition. You see I said addition rather than repair there? Remove one of the cogs however and you have a totally different problem...then the system either somehow manages to fix itself or must be repaired in order to continue it's function in the larger system else it dies. (I the greater system am thankful for my muscles, my muscles may or may not be aware of how wonderful they truely are simply in virtue of their existance)[/quote] [quote name='phantasm' date='12 January 2010 - 05:03 PM' timestamp='1263333839' post='52584']i love the analogy malaikat. The difference, and the flaw...is that the clock parts don't produce new clock parts. We as a civilization breed new generations. I am an extremely devout Lutheran, but I don't look at the purpose to be set twards the "designer". I look as the purpose to be set for the next generation of clogs and gears, as you put it. "In 100 years from now it won't matter what kind of car I drove, what kind of suit I wore, or what kind of food I ate. What will matter is the difference I made in the life's of those who will see the future." One of my favorite quotes. So as you can see I think the meaning of life is the preservation of life for the next.[/quote] I had originally thought these arguments to be different, however, I realize that they are the same. Phantasm, it’s easier to spot in your post as it sounds as though you acknowledge and accept that existence is futile in the immediate. However, you neglect to consider the logical implications on subsequent generations. If our purpose is solely to breed a generation of individuals who have no purpose other than to do the same, I would say that the meaning of our existence is not only illusionary but also elusive. What’s the point of perpetuating a species that serves no purpose other than its perpetuation? Also, for the sake of being thorough, I would like to be Biblical for a moment. In addition to the logical argument covered above, there is also a scriptural (Abrahamic) argument based on God’s command to “be fruitful and multiply”. However, that command was delivered only twice, both in the Old Testament, both to very specific individuals, and under even more specific circumstances. It was delivered once to Adam and Eve shortly after creation, and again to Noah and his sons almost immediately after the flood. It’s impossible to argue the command is valid outside of those instances without also accepting the entirety of Old Testament law as delivered to the tribes of Israel, and even then it’d be kinda spotty. Z makes the same claim, although more abstract, to a seemingly infinite chain of systems each granted purpose by the system preceding it. First, it’s an assumption that those greater systems would exist in the first place, but even so if the chain is finite than the final system’s futility will invalidate the purpose of all of those before it and if the systems are infinite than the purpose is certainly illusionary as it will never truly be actualized…
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    (Zl-eye-f)-nea

    The Meaning Of Life.

    That first quote you used of mine, contrary to how you used it, was not used to say your analogy is imperfect...if you follow what I said you will see it is closer to the opposite, it only goes to show the system of systems. It is what you assume I mean by “designer” that is the issue here, not that I think there is one. You haven’t actually specified it, but by observer designer etc you seem to mean some sort of godly intelligent being. I don’t. The wind makes designs in the sand everyday…for example. You can put the system of systems into another clock...but you will have the same situation. Hence the infinite system of systems. (You say I’m making an assumption a greater or lesser system exists, that there is only the human system, but I already gave you an example…here’s another...we are in the world perpetuating it, it is part of the solar system the solar system is part of something else and so on and so forth vice versa affecting each other). A reductionist might say: “But what is the point of the systems? Isn’t that what would give the sort of purpose he is describing?” Well in my first post I already answered that. If the question is “what are the consequences of a being who truly lacks any meaning and purpose”….then my answer is, said being doesn’t exist. If it is “what are the consequences of a being who truly believes it lacks any meaning and purpose”…then my answer is, it will die. Z
  26. -1 points
    Malaikat Maut

    The Meaning Of Life.

    [quote]It is what you assume I mean by “designer” that is the issue here, not that I think there is one. You haven’t actually specified it, but by observer designer etc you seem to mean some sort of godly intelligent being. I don’t. The wind makes designs in the sand everyday…for example. [/quote] I believe the words design and designer imply sentience. Random patterns in the sand can hardly be called a design and are given purpose or meaning only through the gratification of an intelligent observer. As I implied above, I don’t believe that the processes or even existence of nature are purposeful in the absence of life. The universe serves no function other than to host and sustain our purposes (assuming we are the only intelligent life forms in it). [quote]You can put the system of systems into another clock...but you will have the same situation. Hence the infinite system of systems. (You say I’m making an assumption a greater or lesser system exists, that there is only the human system, but I already gave you an example…here’s another...we are in the world perpetuating it, it is part of the solar system the solar system is part of something else and so on and so forth vice versa affecting each other).[/quote] Our universe is finite, although expanding. It contains a finite (and relatively small) amount of particles such that the number of physical systems is certainly limited, the largest of which are galaxy clusters. In any case and as previously stated, I don’t feel that an infinite chain is sufficient to establish purpose. This is my opinion and I’m looking to have it changed. Perhaps we can look at it this way. To make things simple, let’s assume that 0 is the grand purpose for the infinity of systems which form an asymptote that approaches 0. The systems will never truly intersect or contain 0, so the purpose is illusionary. I also already stated that in a finite system the end or final system must have a purpose or the others which compose it are similarly meaningless. [quote]A reductionist might say: “But what is the point of the systems? Isn’t that what would give the sort of purpose he is describing?” Well in my first post I already answered that.[/quote] It just seems like a circular argument to me. If our purpose is to grant purpose to others which have no real purpose the entire thing seems meaningless when viewed from a high enough vantage point.
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    Malaikat Maut

    The Meaning Of Life.

    For some the meaning of life (or lack of it) is of little to no consequence, but nevertheless it is a subject that has come up a handful of times in game including in a recent essay quest hosted by McVitie. I was doing some thinking in the shower (typical morning material for all, I'm sure) and figured I'd open those thoughts for your review and discussion. Let's imagine an extremely large clock with 6 billion parts: gears, cogs, springs, various mechanical winding devices and weights, multiple hammers to sound a series of bells, etc. Each part toils endlessly and performs its given purpose with flawless precision. They even work together in such a way so as to accomplish various technological marvels. The clock enjoys free and unlimited energy as well as perpetual motion, winding itself without any "outside" force. For thousands of years the mechanical devices formed by the individual parts, each performing their unique purpose, spin and rotate and wind and hammer in synchronization and harmony. However, in examining the clock from the outside, what if you were to realize that the clock has no hands? Another scenario is simply that the clock has no observer, but the same conclusion is derived from each: that all of the individual tasks which appear contextually or situationally purposeful are without any true meaning. Now, as many here understand, I believe that purpose and meaning can only be established if the universe has not only a designer (someone to observe the clock) but also a perfect design (a clock that isn't missing hands). I'm less interested in debating religion and the existence or non-existence of a creator than I am in discussing purpose. Ways that it could be established, in more than an illusionary sense, assuming that the universe is without design, and how our lives could or possibly should be affected in its absence. For instance, how would morality or social responsibility be altered if the illusion of purpose were to be shattered for the majority?
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    Orlando Gardiner

    Wtt/wts Shade

    what sort of 'shade, are you referring to?
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    Orlando Gardiner

    Wtt/wts Shade

    aawh, oke. and are they powerful, or special abilities.., or shouldw e just find out when we bought it?
  30. -1 points
    Be friends with the right people. People that don't pretend to be vampires, werewolves, or demons. Be realistic, intelligent, and truthful! Be Patient.
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    pamplemousse

    Recruitment

    [quote name='Sasha Lilias' date='27 February 2010 - 02:58 PM' timestamp='1267300731' post='55421'] Please note that the DS alliance is not affiliated with any land, it is neutral, like the Soldiers of the Inner Sun or the Legend Speakers. [/quote] Both the Dimensional Shifters and the Legend Speakers are aligned with The MDA lands. While MDA has no sovereign ruler, that doesn't mean it isn't a land.
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    Fenrir Greycloth

    MR's Training Grounds

    Yes, because honestly, what I think would help, is usually good. I have bad ideas every once in a while, but I'm only human. I think that the GGG should be used only by MP5 players, and the Sparing ground for MP3 and 4. But wait. Noone cares.
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    Nimrodel

    Firsanthalas' Description

    I think its perfect the way it is. -thinks about plans for world domination-
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    My role is a fihserman! I already have a trout fillet!
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    Fenrir Greycloth

    MR's Training Grounds

    Not exactly what I wanted...
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