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She's my favorite npc I think. I'm newish to the game but I'd like another dlc pack with her as a central character.

Came here just to say this. Congrats by the way

So, I'm a Magplar and I'm reworking my rotations and skills. I'm getting messages that some of my new skills can be morphed, but it doesnt seem to give me that option in the UI anymore. Is there a limit to how many skills you can morph? IE - you can only morph 10 skills?

EDIT: Disregard. I logged out and logged back in and I can now morph these skills.

Thank you for posting. I mostly missed out on the streams, but these are some good highlights.

I'm having a good time with it in its current state. I had my major gripes with weapons, movement, hitboxes, and so on throughout early access and own the Champions pack. There was also very little variety in the way of maps at the start, but I'm happy with the variety in the game's current state - more maps and modes are always welcome.

I have my nitpicks with being teamed up with or playing against bots, the playlists (I wish regular old DM was separate from Insta), having to constantly reque, frames hitching with lag, and the match/post match screens (I just wanna get to the stats!). There's lots of room for improvement and we are getting some fixes to these soon.

These are just minor nitpicks though. I like the speed of the game and the skill ceiling. I don't play Duel or 2v2, but I could see where there would be balance/que complaints there, from what I see.

The pros currently outweigh the cons for me, so I'll stick around for quite some time to see how this all plays out.

New player here -

I recently hit 50 and am sitting at 120 CP as a Magplar Healer a little less than a month after starting the game. I have a few general questions:

1) What are good add-ons to show hot bar timers/cooldowns?

2) Are there any add-ons to see debufs/buffs on enemies/friendlies?

3) I see that Midyear Mayhem is coming up, which is some sort of PvP deal. How important is it to join in on this? I dont know much about PVP aside from playing a few BG matches, but I do have a lot of general MMO experience and the World PvP/Campaigns kind of looks like DAoC/Warhammer Online type stuff. Is there any carry over into the PVE Realm? Or is it mainly just for XP and PvP related gear/rewards?

4) Whats with the dungeon difficulties in this game? I don't mean Vet vs Normal either. I've tried Scalecaller Peaks a few times and it seems like a group killer with it's mechanics, while other dungeons seem like you can just face roll. Is there some sort of tier system to this, or is it like, pre-DLC and post-DLC dungeons?

5) Guilds. I understand I can join up to 5 of them, per player tips, but are they essential to do trials? IE - are there any PUG trial groups running out there, or is there something like WoW's Raid Finder in existence?

I think that just about covers it since I've found everything else I need to know from casually browsing this subreddit.

Thanks in Advance!

Clutch - I can't get a feel for the Dodge and shield mechanics to save my life

Slash - Ult is cool but I'm not good with crouch slide

Strogg - The manueverability is good but the Ult seems gimmicky.

I'm awful at her. She's a bit squishy and her movement with crouch slide is different than other heroes. Her special is cool, but I'm not a fan. Your opinion may vary.

I'd say he's pretty good for a medium champion. I was primarily rolling with Nyx, then Keel, and sometimes Visor for Insta, DM, and TDM, but decided to give him another shot after trying to work Doom into my rotation. I've gotten a few 1st places with him after a handful of matches (more so than any other champ), and having had played slightly less than 200 matches.

His speed is good with proper strafe jumping and the dual wield is great for:

  1. Jumping into a group of enemies
  2. Beating tank champs by out-dps-ing them
  3. An "OH SH**" button.

He's probably my favorite medium right now and I've had good success with him.

I dont play Duel or 2v2, so you may have different expectations. I'd say I'm a low to medium skilled, 1:1 KDR ratio kinda player and I've gotten 2.7 KDRs with him.

I guess like with most champs, it depends on your play style and preference.

Now I need to buy one since Taskmaster was my main.

Sure thing.

I'd go to a Casino and try my luck. Win or lose, his "motherfucker" would be appropriate. Double your money? MOTHERFUCKER! Lose everything? Mother.....fucker....

It works out.

limpossible commented on
Original Poster2 points · 5 months ago

Cool deal. We were told to buy some $35 software that's like Packet Tracer, but I'll look into possibly checking out the GNS3 option.

I should probably brush up on the fundamental stuff and factoidal information (what kind of routing protocol is OSPF, BGP, etc).

I've done some slight work on Juniper gear before at my job at an MSP, but nothing crazy.

I kinda like the Jack Daniels one. Might order it.


Leading to state controlled media, I totally saw the 80K+ Upvote randomly disappear, keep this video flowing.

I don't want the next Gestapo on my door step for being LGBTQ. F The Alt Right. F Trump. Resist.

Original Poster1 point · 6 months ago

1060 - I'll just be ripping it out of my current rig. Yeah, its not the best thing out there, but it gets the job done. Buying a 1070/1080 isn't entirely in the budget right now and I'll probably wait another gen or two before replacing the 1060.

As for the cooler - that was just a random one I grabbed. I might tack on a larger one if you think thats the way to go.

Continue to learn and get outside of your comfort zone. Don't feel afraid to leave if you don't see any upward mobility at your current gig.


I like Muse. They definitely use the Pink/Purple/Blue color scheme in their videos and such. I'm sure it's not coincidental. Example:

They're constantly in my music rotation.

1 point · 7 months ago · edited 7 months ago

Network Engineer at 31.

I entered community college at 21 without a GED due to The Ability to Benefit program and then got my 4 year degree at a local private college in Philosophy. I was also an honor student most of the time.

I totally recommend the Ability to Benefit stuff and going to community college to any adult dropouts without a GED - all you have to do is pass a reading/writing test and high school level algebra and you're good. It's not a very well known thing.

Edit: I wasn't a fan of high school and was, and still am, a bit of a social misfit. College suited me better since you don't have professors up your rear and it turns out I do better with self study than I ever did with K-12 classes.

Yeah, I'd say that you're andro. Very cute too.

Yeah, I feel you and this is a tricky subject. It mostly just annoys me when I'm single and there is a woman I'm interested in and this gets dropped. I can't say I really have a solid answer. Just correct as necessary.

That's tough man. I'd say you should tell anyone that you're interested in after a few dates or so. I've been through the same and it sucks but I feel that it's something that you should share with a partner - why be with someone you have to hide from? Just my two cents.

Maybe it was some other factor why she ghosted you? Who knows.

Not a fan of AFC for this reason. Pats, Steelers, sometimes Ravens and Broncos. I feel that's how it's been for the last decade with no competition.

limpossible commented on
r/bisexualPosted byI know you are but what am I?
2 points · 8 months ago · edited 8 months ago

Yeah that's the often cited one and is probably one of the best explainations out there.

[31 M] As a young kid I had crushes on girls and somewhat effeminate, but when puberty hit I realized that I was also sexually attracted to men. For context, this was in like 98/99 and I didn't know that bi was a thing, so I came out to my family as gay. I generally rolled with that identity in my lower teens. I guess the rationale at the time was that if you're even slightly being interested in guys, you're just gay, right? Wrong. Major miscalculation on my part and my interest in men faded. This wasn't a social pressure thing for me, but more of an internal struggle. My family accepted the idea that I was gay a few months after I came out and I was friends with other kids that were lesbian/gay/questioning.

Time marched on and I dated only girls in my late teens to twenties. I had a few experiences with women, but my interest in guys resurfaced after a breakup with a girl - we weren't the most sexually compatible and it messed with me. I had major issues with both a gay or straight sexual identity in my twenties, trying to write off my attractions to either sex in certain ways depending on the context (loneliness, confusion, fetish, etc). I'm 31 now and just go with bi now. It ebbs and flows and it still messes with me at times too, but I roll with it. It's a tricky thing to realize and biphobia will mess with ya.

I'm definitely more romantically more interested in a girls and get quite turned on by them when I'm in proximity, but more often than not I'm more sexually interested in men when it comes to porn and fantasy. There is this one lady I know that thinks I'm just gay (doesn't believe the bi identity) but she turns me on incredibly, for example.

Id say that i'm more likely to notice women when I'm out and about but am occasionally interested in certain guys.

I guess the end game for me would be to settle down with a nice bi/pan/etc person who gets WTF is going on in my swirly head.

I hope this helps, makes sense, and doesn't come off too ranty.

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