May, 2015

Broken Minds Runescape New Game Content Suggestion

Here we get a suggestion from one of our RS Gold players who give a nice idea for new game content, Broken Minds.Take a look at this.

Broken Minds is a miniquest that follows up on the story and the environment of Broken Home. It requires the completion of Broken Home and sees you back to the hidden Asylum deep below the Gulvas Mansion at the prompting of Senecianus.

Once you answer his call, you will be sent on a wild mission into the depths of the Senntisten Asylum, discover the research of the long-dead Mahjarrat, Nabor and attempt to uncover the truth of what happened to Senecianus as you do so.

Nothing is as safe as it seems. As you begin to poke around the remains of the Asylum, you inadvertently awaken the souls of the long-dead inhabitants. Finding yourself trapped in this newly active Asylum, can you defend against the spirits of the Asylum surgeon and escape their fiendish puzzle, or will you succumb to their Broken Minds?

Its content would largely involve some atmospheric adventuring, with a ghoulish theme, and then a tricky puzzle to solve. It would also expand on Zarosian and Sentisten lore, and expand on the Asylum itself.

Also it would take the chance to allow the developers of Broken Home to add the small additional books and dialogue they wished to with the original scope of the quest.

You are able to get these rewards once you complete it, New hidden shortcuts for Broken Home replays, A small increased proc chance for your Asylum Doctor and Surgeon rings, a large Prismatic Lamp, several books of lore including one about Nabor the Mahjarrat and Tiny Nabor pet.

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Confessions of an Ex Gamer in WOW II

Unlike Susannah, there are still abounding who acquire not yet managed to put the bold abaft them. Wowaholics Anonymous, whose adage reads “Quit WoW, Win at Life”, is blowzy with belief of lives falling afar in the deathwatch of WoW addiction. Abounding afflicted gamers accurate their affliction of anytime starting to play. “This bold has taken so abundant of my time. I am ashamed, I ambition I had never heard of it and started this circling into a atramentous hole,” shares one bearding gamer with the forum.

Isaac Vaisverg bootless his Law amount afterwards blockage in his allowance for a solid five-week gaming binge. Playing up to 15 hours a day, he alone all acquaintance with the alfresco apple and put on 18 kilograms. It was if his mother accustomed that he bankrupt down and agreed to accompany reSTART, the aboriginal adjust centre for internet addiction. Opening in 2009, reSTART costs up to $14,000 for a 3-month stint, and involves immersing yourself in the ‘beauty of nature’.

But the amount of WoW addiction doesn’t end there. It can ability a point of life-threatening severity. A contempo WoW-based accident occurred in an Internet café in arctic China. The amateur spent his seven-day anniversary in foreground of the screen. Living off pizza and activity drinks, he eventually succumbed to a cardiac arrest.

It can be difficult to acquire how humans can become so absorbed to gaming. Some altercate that it is addictive personalities as against to addictive games. Charlie, a additional year historian and Undead mage, suggests it is added chiefly a anatomy of escapism: “WoW fabricated me feel good: I was a admired top gamer with web accompany from about the world.”

Nick Dinan, a finalist and Night Elf druid, suggests that the absolute allurement is the complication of the game: “You accomplish ties and become a affiliate of a community.” Nick larboard WoW afterwards adversity from an “existential crisis” aural the bold itself. “Eventually activity in WoW became added mundane… I’d absorb weeks alive to get a new section of accessories and it started to feel a bit meaningless.” However, Nick still feels a “rich nostalgia” if reminiscing over his gaming days.

Obsessive gaming is an added accepted accepted phenomenon, with capricious degrees of addiction. The a lot of acute anatomy can advance to lives broke or even lost. The added end of the spectrum is your average, acute gamer. They’ve a lot of acceptable suffered from a aeon of addiction and are now either in a antithesis of accretion or acquire active their addiction beneath a accumulation of self-denial. These are the beneath apparent ones; they breach the stereotype, and are far added accepted than you ability think.

In fact, they’re apparently sitting appropriate next to you, wiping abroad their close easily and aggravating to change the topic. But remember, the aboriginal date of accretion is acknowledgement, and accepting alone occurs if humans feel adequate abundant for accessible discussion. So embrace their clammy duke in your own and don’t let them change the topic. Breach down the barrier of embarrassment and advice them acquire their accomplished gaming selves. Afterwards all, already a WoW-player, consistently a WoW player.

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How will you remember WOW? With smile or silent

The morning rays come shinning in which make the house warm. Tom had left WOW for a long time. However, when he heard his friends talking about the new version, he still pricked his ears. Tom’s account has been dusted off. It is not because that he hates of WOW, but he does not be willing to thinking of the experience happened four years ago.

Four years ago, Tom was a college student. He had a boring college life—repeating the same thing, having class, eating playing, sleeping. Tom is a very introverted person. He usually doesn’t enjoy talking too much with others, expect talking about WOW. Until he met a girl in WOW, his life became colorful. He met the girl in the process of upgrading. The role of the girl was lost in the catacomb. She was running around for a long time. At that moment, Tom went into a wrong direct and came into the same grave as the girl. So he saved the girl and brought her out of the grave.

Later, they experienced a lot. Tom learned that the girl named Jerry. And Jerry is also a quiet girl. So Tom said in front of Jerry: “I will protect you forever.” Jerry was touched by him. From then on, they are often teaming up together. The players usually had been seeing a pair of unique combination placing on the mainland. Tom is shaman while Jerry is a paladin. Tom rushed forward to resist the attack of the monster while Jerry helped him recover points behind him. Thus they stumbled to play to the full level.

Problems arose after they got a full level. What they faced are elite monsters and shaman had no ability to resist them which made Tom felt sad. In order to bring Tom out of sad, Jerry put forward to play PVP. Even so, Tom was still chiding himself for his poor operation. Finally, Tom wrote a letter to Jerry, and told her that he was going to get a epic weapons. He would be back after got WOW Gold and he also would continue to protect her. Jerry went to persuade Tom but she could not find him already.

Time flies, Tom got his orange weapons after half a year’s hard working. When he went back for Jerry, he found that she had been already a world-beater. Tom was silent at that moment. Then he returned to the original village and left the mainland forever.

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Watch a Cheater’s Character Stripped, Deleted by Guild Wars 2 Dev

Cheating in online games can get you banned–we all know that. Worse yet, it might get you (or your characters) humiliated, at least if the game is Guild Wars 2.

A thread (via Massively Overpowered) on the game’s official forums recently popped up where players complained about a certain cheater, who appeared to be using hacks in-game. Worse yet, this character hadn’t done so to simply get extra money or items they hadn’t earned, but to use exploits in the game’s competitive multiplayer mode. One person even provided video evidence of the cheater in question.

The discussion went without an official response for the better part of two weeks, but I dare say it was worth the wait. Game security lead Chris Cleary addressed the matter this week, writing, “We don’t need to see it in-game, sometimes good video evidence is enough for me to track down who it was. In this case, the video was enough for me to find out who it was and take action. Thanks for the video, and to accompany your video, I give you this video of his account’s last moments.”
His post linked to the video above, which shows Cleary (or someone else at ArenaNet) logging into the cheater’s account, stripping a character of his gear, and then jumping to his death in the middle of Divinity’s Reach, a major city in the game. They then log out and proceed to delete the character, as well as one another.

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