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  1. 43. All Canadians are actually Granos' alts. 44. Granos secretly hosts the md server. 45. I still am in MD. 46. Inner Magic actually existing. 47. Stats matter.
  2. The egg's name was Shaniqua... Vile little thing... Not quite competent for any form of leading or decision making, but all the same... Isn't that what people expect from a president?
  3. Zalabar, I cannot help but agree with, you but we must look past thier faults as, it clearly cannot be thier own, this is the age of passing blame, people become violent, we blame video games, people dress like retards we blame muscians, but people are always look in the narrowest conrows of society to pick something to blame rather then see the true cause of all of this. Yes, I of course speak of the most neferious persona ever to enter many of these influential minds homes... Bob Saget.
  4. So because of the recent increase of new creature ideas, some are good some are bad, I've decided to post this basic template that should be followed as it it the same template for actual creatures existing in MD already, also it will be easier to read then tell you why your idea is terrible. Requirements for recruiting this creature: Action points Value points Sacrificed vitality Exploring Points (Creature's Name) Targets: (random, multi, etc..) Abilities: (damage, lifesteal, etc..) Actions of this unit are performed on ____ targets Special Influences: (Description) Stats: Vital Energy Regeneration Defence Initiative Attack Power Requirements for next level: Experience Won battles Age Upgrade costs: Action points Value points Sacrificed vitality Exploring Points
  5. [quote name='Death Bell' date='28 July 2009 - 02:08 AM' timestamp='1248707306' post='38009'] maybe we should let all the people get FAT like in Wall-e but we should secretly train ourselves in the gym and we will be the only fittest people around... Then we can rename earth as Magicduel.. and have Mur has king of earth and separate each of the 4 parts of earth to lore root, marind bell, necro, and GG MUHAHAHAHAHAAAAAAAAAA [/quote] You scare me.. and not in the good way...
  6. [quote name='Oberrt' date='28 July 2009 - 12:09 AM' timestamp='1248700169' post='37988'] Greetings everyone, This is my 2nd day in this world. Lots of questions, few answers. Fear.. Curiosity driving me forward.. Riddle echoes in my being.. Spirits.. Feels like.. ..still far from home.. got to find my way.. Overwhelming. Great concept, keep it up guys. All the best, Oberrt [/quote] Welcome to Magic Duel, this is a realm of mystery and wonder but be warned there are both dark and light sides to anything a duality, there is the corporeal world of MD then there is the vile horrendous incorporeal forum for MD... If you have questions be wary, few will answer them openly they shalt be veiled with riddles for those only with the mind of that to understand them, and woe be to you should you dare ask for such help on the forum, then thou shalt face the wrath of the dst ranting on using the search function in the forum, to which you may yet have no real query to your questions.. This is a social world as such, you must communicate, but nothing will be easy, that is what makes it all the more worth while, if there is no challenge there is no sense of worth, so come forth expand and be known, welcome to Magic Duel. Also... Heil Chewett
  7. Quite possibly, but then again, are we not to blame for such things? If we do not teach people of the past we are doomed to make the same mistakes.. Point and Case, Windows Vista. Granted the alternatives are there, but I digress, if we do not show the old technology we may all end up as the lazy slobs as seen in the movie WallE, which quite frankly I have no wish to become, and if we show case what we have used in the past for the mundane and entertaining, then perhaps those who have not experienced will appreciate what they now have all the more. The world today as it seem appears to have become drunk with technology...
  8. Audio-Visual Entertainment 1. Inserting a VHS tape into a VCR to watch a movie or to record something. 2. Super-8 movies and cine film of all kinds. 3. Playing music on an audio tape using a personal stereo. See what happens when you give a Walkman to today’s teenager. 4. The number of TV channels being a single digit. I remember it being a massive event when Britain got its fourth channel. 5. Standard-definition, CRT TVs filling up half your living room. 6. Rotary dial televisions with no remote control. You know, the ones where the kids were the remote control. 7. High-speed dubbing. 8. 8-track cartridges. 9. Vinyl records. Even today’s DJs are going laptop or CD. 10. Betamax tapes. 11. MiniDisc. 12. Laserdisc: the LP of DVD. 13. Scanning the radio dial and hearing static between stations. (Digital tuners + HD radio b0rk this concept.) 14. Shortwave radio. 15. 3-D movies meaning red-and-green glasses. 16. Watching TV when the networks say you should. Tivo and Sky+ are slowing killing this one. 17. That there was a time before ‘reality TV.’ Computers and Videogaming 18. Wires. OK, so they’re not gone yet, but it won’t be long 19. The scream of a modem connecting. 20. The buzz of a dot-matrix printer 21. 5- and 3-inch floppies, Zip Discs and countless other forms of data storage. 22. Using jumpers to set IRQs. 23. DOS. 24. Terminals accessing the mainframe. 25. Screens being just green (or orange) on black. 26. Tweaking the volume setting on your tape deck to get a computer game to load, and waiting ages for it to actually do it. 27. Daisy chaining your SCSI devices and making sure they’ve all got a different ID. 28. Counting in kilobytes. 29. Wondering if you can afford to buy a RAM upgrade. 30. Blowing the dust out of a NES cartridge in the hopes that it’ll load this time. 31. Turning a PlayStation on its end to try and get a game to load. 32. Joysticks. 33. Having to delete something to make room on your hard drive. 34. Booting your computer off of a floppy disk. 35. Recording a song in a studio. The Internet 36. NCSA Mosaic. 37. Finding out information from an encyclopedia. 38. Using a road atlas to get from A to B. 39. Doing bank business only when the bank is open. 40. Shopping only during the day, Monday to Saturday. 41. Phone books and Yellow Pages. 42. Newspapers and magazines made from dead trees. 43. Actually being able to get a domain name consisting of real words. 44. Filling out an order form by hand, putting it in an envelope and posting it. 45. Not knowing exactly what all of your friends are doing and thinking at every moment. 46. Carrying on a correspondence with real letters, especially the handwritten kind. 47. Archie searches. 48. Gopher searches. 49. Concatenating and UUDecoding binaries from Usenet. 50. Privacy. 51. The fact that words generally don’t have num8er5 in them. 52. Correct spelling of phrases, rather than TLAs. 53. Waiting several minutes (or even hours!) to download something. 54. The time before botnets/security vulnerabilities due to always-on and always-connected PCs 55. The time before PC networks. 56. When Spam was just a meat product — or even a Monty Python sketch. Gadgets 57. Typewriters. 58. Putting film in your camera: 35mm may have some life still, but what about APS or disk? 59. Sending that film away to be processed. 60. Having physical prints of photographs come back to you. 61. CB radios. 62. Getting lost. With GPS coming to more and more phones, your location is only a click away. 63. Rotary-dial telephones. 64. Answering machines. 65. Using a stick to point at information on a wallchart 66. Pay phones. 67. Phones with actual bells in them. 68. Fax machines. 69. Vacuum cleaners with bags in them. Everything Else 70. Taking turns picking a radio station, or selecting a tape, for everyone to listen to during a long drive. 71. Remembering someone’s phone number. 72. Not knowing who was calling you on the phone. 73. Actually going down to a Blockbuster store to rent a movie. 74. Toys actually being suitable for the under-3s. 75. LEGO just being square blocks of various sizes, with the odd wheel, window or door. 76. Waiting for the television-network premiere to watch a movie after its run at the theater. 77. Relying on the 5-minute sport segment on the nightly news for baseball highlights. 78. Neat handwriting. 79. The days before the nanny state. 80. Starbuck being a man. 81. Han shoots first. 82. “Obi-Wan never told you what happened to your father.” But they’ve already seen episode III, so it’s no big surprise. 83. Kentucky Fried Chicken, as opposed to KFC. 84. Trig tables and log tables. 85. “Don’t know what a slide rule is for …” 86. Finding books in a card catalog at the library. 87. Swimming pools with diving boards. 88. Hershey bars in silver wrappers. 89. Sliding the paper outer wrapper off a Kit-Kat, placing it on the palm of your hand and clapping to make it bang loudly. Then sliding your finger down the silver foil to break off the first finger 90. A Marathon bar (what a Snickers used to be called in Britain). 91. Having to manually unlock a car door. 92. Writing a check. 93. Looking out the window during a long drive. 94. Roller skates, as opposed to blades. 95. Cash. 96. Libraries as a place to get books rather than a place to use the internet. 97. Spending your entire allowance at the arcade in the mall. 98. Omni Magazine 99. A physical dictionary — either for spelling or definitions. 100. When a ‘geek’ and a ‘nerd’ were one and the same.
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    Thats a real Shame, as I saw a lot of potential with this idea.. Even though it seemed like it was something closer to what the Legend Speakers were supposed to do.. Why don't they have minions to maintain it? They are RPCs, they are supposed influence game events. but if they don't even have people influenced with something of their own creation.
  10. It would seem that the University will not be happening, unless I am mistaken.. There are many people I have seen and as you can see on the forum offering their help and support yet for quite some time nothing has come of it, Granted Calyx hasn't been around too much but whats to stop others from trying to make this work? Most people seem to Agree that this is a good Idea but Nothing. No Lessons, No Classes... We have had the odd Lecture from Mur, but thats about it. Is this merely another great idea that people support just enough to gain more popularity but not enough to actually make it work? Yet another tool for people power mongering whom will do nothing now that they have what they want?
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    I haven't seen anyone promoting or doing anything WISH related recently and Willows is almost as dead as Necrovion.. What happened? Whats going to happen? Why does WISH have a forum section when they only have 2 topics?
  12. Now we have a chance to kill the "Stat Gods" all rituals have a counter, so this may be a chance to some to cause chaos, others to restore order to the weaker not clever enough to find their own way, and to balance for those who can hold their own against most if not all.. Also, with this we can kill Mur's insane stats >
  13. [quote name='(Zl-eye-f)-nea' post='34804' date='Jun 26 2009, 12:55 AM']So wait...Mur ate the giant sandwich...and he's the tomato god...and the center of the universe...AND death??? Is Mur...the red river?[/quote] He must be as [quote name='teh internets' post='34804' date='Jun 26 2009, 12:55 AM']In 2009 the Red River flooded in early spring. By Friday, March 27, the river at Fargo had reached the highest level in recorded history,and its discharge at that location was far in excess of normal flows.[/quote] Remember when he was abusing power O_O, his power has no bounds!!!
  14. So we're all just fruit flies feeding off Murs rotting tomato(ness) which slowed degenerate thus allowing for the possibility of more tomatoes or worse more fruit flies O_O Fertilizer is dead Mur is fertilizer Therefore god is dead :lol:
  15. They are pretty good, but as with all art, Ive noticed a major flaw in these pieces.. A distinct lack of cowbell
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