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About pvescrub

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  1. You shout 'kurwa' at them. Repeatedly. Loud.
  2. I'm fairly sure once the open beta hits there will be more than enough videos hating or loving CF and thus creating hype. Before that, what would be the point of producing (key word here) videos for a project with a very limited access. It's nice to know and see how stuff works, but this approach was from the hype-angle.
  3. Changing clients every single patch would be a pain in the ass and hassle no one probably would want. Ok, sure, there must be some that do, but I'd imagine most do not.
  4. I need to woo you to the dar.. I mean right side. Who could say no to playing a Tauren!
  5. It's in closed beta, so you indeed need to be certified.
  6. Vanilla content on a TBC client is heavily nerfed by default. Unless they went through an insane amount of rebuffing the world and instances, it's not really Vanilla. It's TBC leveling experience in Vanilla world.
  7. I got a new one! Or maybe it's an old one I've totally missed: since there is possibility to use an alt account in major cities, will that account be tied to the main account? And in fact, will there be separate game accounts under the "forum account"? I remember at least one private server having this functionality, meaning under the main (forums and such) account you were allowed to create a number of game accounts, the sole purpose of which was to let you login to the game. That helped keep the forums tidier, and in the end I suppose also helped with potential bans and whatnot, since the desired action could be levied on the entirety of a player's accounts instead of having to go full sherlock to find all the potential accounts.
  8. Awesome to see this wasn't pushed further due to the other communication this week. I have a question too this time around, further stuff on the node spawns. On one server with a "superior custom" way to handle node spawns one would end with all nodes cluttered in one corner no one usually goes to, i.e. there was no limit as to how close together the nodes would spawn. An excellent example of this would be Hillsbrad Foothils, where all nodes would eventually spawn in the Yeti Cave or the Human Mine, both of which were relatively high level areas compared to the zone in general. So most of the time no one was going into them. Can this happen on Crestfall? Didn't happen on Live Vanilla, something like 4 nodes max in the cave, not around 15 like with that system...
  9. Blizzard already has his balls in a vice. Kinda makes me think he'd be a liability to the project, at least if openly working on it. And someone posted some shady stuff from his past. Quite a bit of it too...
  10. Maybe it's a dialect, or a foreign train!
  11. For me at least, that is an awesome idea. It just has to be updated regularly, either by the automated processes or by hand, or there will be RIP Crestfall comments popping up left and right. The road to hell is paved with good intentions, and the intent in these cases matters a whole lot less than the actual execution. Once you set it up, there better be commitment to it, or it WILL backfire. I'm happy this didn't come on Sunday after all. I like being wrong like this, and it helps with the cynical mindset one might set as a default as a sort of a defense from disappointments.
  12. So the "answer this weekend" basically meant Sunday Who would have thunk. Also, this probably postpones the other community interaction threads to the future, after all, can't have a drama reaction/fix-up and a Dev blog too close to each other. Or that still MIA Q&A4... Mind you, I'll gladly be wrong about this thing, I'm just afraid I won't be.
  13. Which makes it even more baffling that he chose to go about it as he did. It just makes NO sense whatsoever. I love TBC, I might have even tried his server, I'm not happy it's gone. I just find his actions... stupid.
  14. Apparently Alex got hacked too, showing his password on a stream. And then his hacker did some streaming of his own. It's been a truly silly day apparently. And it's not like Gummy wasn't warned about this, he was kind of asking for it... Even some mainstream online gaming websites were posting news about the launch. Not going to fly especially in Blizzard's backyard.
  15. Does that mean that you won't be playing on CF under any circumstances? What about The Filthy Casuals! Did you find a new server, and if so, what is it? The next isn't in reply to you, it's just general stuff. While the owners can do whatever the hell they want with their stuff, their time isn't one bit more valuable than the time of someone else just being on the forums. We all have as many hours in the day after all. And then there's the fact that my time and my problems always feel like they supersede those of the others for the simple fact that they are closer to me, mine.