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XanicLyoka

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Age: 25
Date Signed Up:9/10/2010
Last Login:12/05/2016
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Level 26 Content: Peasant → Level 27 Content: Peasant
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#77 - Just got 99 Construction. Unintentionally. My first 99 is Cons…  [+] (4 replies) 11/03/2016 on nice. 0
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#91 - masanori (11/03/2016) [-]
No way to unintentionally get a 99 back in the day. Man they really made gaining xp easier. I quit because I couldn't stand seeing all my hard work look like shit as they pandered to noobs by making everything easier and easier, handing out items that generate extra xp, double xp weekends or whatever it was, pointless minigames that give you huge amounts of xp in totally unrelated skills...Fucking garbage and gave every random noob shit that i earned the hard way years before.
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#100 - XanicLyoka (11/03/2016) [-]
The Construction D&D that earned me the last few points for Construction was God Statues. There are 4 (5 after a certain quest) that you can build across Gielinor, the style of which depends on your Construction level. If you build the right one for the area, you can get Prayer XP. If you build the wrong one, you can get Slayer XP. It awards the amounts in the ten thousands, but it's fairly capped since you can only do it once per month. By the point they added it, I was already level 78.
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#107 - masanori (11/03/2016) [-]
I got every skill above 60 eight years ago. That was damned impressive back then. I also had a few 99s and about half my skills were above 80. Level 123.

Doesn't sound like much now but back then I was a top player.
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#106 - masanori (11/03/2016) [-]
If I remember right level 1-78 is only about as much xp as level 98-99, if even that much.
#93 - It doesn't. Then again, where's the source for all this information?  [+] (6 replies) 11/02/2016 on Prezmobile 0
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#99 - pwnfrnzy (11/02/2016) [-]
Well, that's the issue, there's no source.
But nowhere does it say the door's weight is estimated.
So that would mean the information is presumably public despite the vehicle's weight being classified intelligence.

According to Google, the estimated weight of the vehicle is 14,000 pounds (6,400 kg), \but is in no way confirmed.
Also, many websites that have an article about the vehicle and have a bit about the door's weight. Absolutely none that I've seen (5 different sites so far) have nothing about that weight being an estimation.

Do you really want to keep arguing?
(( had to fix a rather severe typo ))
#128 - anon (11/02/2016) [-]
I don't know how I'd prove to you how I know this over a funnyjunk comment, but trust me. Google is way wrong on that estimation.
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#129 - pwnfrnzy (11/02/2016) [-]
Tell us your secrets CIAnon.
#134 - anon (11/02/2016) [-]
It's not classified. It weighs just over 22,000 lbs
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#98 - XanicLyoka (11/02/2016) [-]
Not really. Live and let live?
#91 - It could also be... ya know... an estimate. Judging from how i…  [+] (8 replies) 11/02/2016 on Prezmobile 0
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#92 - pwnfrnzy (11/02/2016) [-]
"The 8-inch thick armored doors are as heavy as a 757 cabin door"
Where does it say 'estimated'?
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#93 - XanicLyoka (11/02/2016) [-]
It doesn't. Then again, where's the source for all this information?
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#99 - pwnfrnzy (11/02/2016) [-]
Well, that's the issue, there's no source.
But nowhere does it say the door's weight is estimated.
So that would mean the information is presumably public despite the vehicle's weight being classified intelligence.

According to Google, the estimated weight of the vehicle is 14,000 pounds (6,400 kg), \but is in no way confirmed.
Also, many websites that have an article about the vehicle and have a bit about the door's weight. Absolutely none that I've seen (5 different sites so far) have nothing about that weight being an estimation.

Do you really want to keep arguing?
(( had to fix a rather severe typo ))
#128 - anon (11/02/2016) [-]
I don't know how I'd prove to you how I know this over a funnyjunk comment, but trust me. Google is way wrong on that estimation.
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#129 - pwnfrnzy (11/02/2016) [-]
Tell us your secrets CIAnon.
#134 - anon (11/02/2016) [-]
It's not classified. It weighs just over 22,000 lbs
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#98 - XanicLyoka (11/02/2016) [-]
Not really. Live and let live?
#87 - In this way, if the weight of the vehicle is unknown, it won't…  [+] (10 replies) 11/02/2016 on Prezmobile +2
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#90 - pwnfrnzy (11/02/2016) [-]
What the fuck kind of response is that?
The weight of the entirety of the vehicle is classified, but the door's weight is presumably public information, what part of that in my post did you not understand?
The weight of the whole of the vehicle is classified, so it would make sense to have any component thereof (the door for example) to be classified as well.
No knowledge for an enemy is better than some knowledge.
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#91 - XanicLyoka (11/02/2016) [-]
It could also be... ya know... an estimate. Judging from how it's shaped and how thick it is?
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#92 - pwnfrnzy (11/02/2016) [-]
"The 8-inch thick armored doors are as heavy as a 757 cabin door"
Where does it say 'estimated'?
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#93 - XanicLyoka (11/02/2016) [-]
It doesn't. Then again, where's the source for all this information?
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#99 - pwnfrnzy (11/02/2016) [-]
Well, that's the issue, there's no source.
But nowhere does it say the door's weight is estimated.
So that would mean the information is presumably public despite the vehicle's weight being classified intelligence.

According to Google, the estimated weight of the vehicle is 14,000 pounds (6,400 kg), \but is in no way confirmed.
Also, many websites that have an article about the vehicle and have a bit about the door's weight. Absolutely none that I've seen (5 different sites so far) have nothing about that weight being an estimation.

Do you really want to keep arguing?
(( had to fix a rather severe typo ))
#128 - anon (11/02/2016) [-]
I don't know how I'd prove to you how I know this over a funnyjunk comment, but trust me. Google is way wrong on that estimation.
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#129 - pwnfrnzy (11/02/2016) [-]
Tell us your secrets CIAnon.
#134 - anon (11/02/2016) [-]
It's not classified. It weighs just over 22,000 lbs
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#98 - XanicLyoka (11/02/2016) [-]
Not really. Live and let live?
#85 - The **** are you going to do with door weight?  [+] (13 replies) 11/02/2016 on Prezmobile 0
#86 - pwnfrnzy (11/02/2016) [-]
No idea, but it still makes no sense that the weight of the vehicle is classified, but the weight of the door is known.
#132 - anon (11/02/2016) [-]
The weight of the vehicle could presumably be used for some nefarious booby-trapping purposes, but you couldn't do fuck all with the weight of the doors alone.
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#87 - XanicLyoka (11/02/2016) [-]
In this way, if the weight of the vehicle is unknown, it won't be able to be copied perfectly. So if you weighed a fake, it could be proven to be so. Just incase someone were to, say, try to kidnap the president in a fake prezmobile. Or get into a secure location.
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#90 - pwnfrnzy (11/02/2016) [-]
What the fuck kind of response is that?
The weight of the entirety of the vehicle is classified, but the door's weight is presumably public information, what part of that in my post did you not understand?
The weight of the whole of the vehicle is classified, so it would make sense to have any component thereof (the door for example) to be classified as well.
No knowledge for an enemy is better than some knowledge.
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#91 - XanicLyoka (11/02/2016) [-]
It could also be... ya know... an estimate. Judging from how it's shaped and how thick it is?
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#92 - pwnfrnzy (11/02/2016) [-]
"The 8-inch thick armored doors are as heavy as a 757 cabin door"
Where does it say 'estimated'?
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#93 - XanicLyoka (11/02/2016) [-]
It doesn't. Then again, where's the source for all this information?
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#99 - pwnfrnzy (11/02/2016) [-]
Well, that's the issue, there's no source.
But nowhere does it say the door's weight is estimated.
So that would mean the information is presumably public despite the vehicle's weight being classified intelligence.

According to Google, the estimated weight of the vehicle is 14,000 pounds (6,400 kg), \but is in no way confirmed.
Also, many websites that have an article about the vehicle and have a bit about the door's weight. Absolutely none that I've seen (5 different sites so far) have nothing about that weight being an estimation.

Do you really want to keep arguing?
(( had to fix a rather severe typo ))
#128 - anon (11/02/2016) [-]
I don't know how I'd prove to you how I know this over a funnyjunk comment, but trust me. Google is way wrong on that estimation.
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#129 - pwnfrnzy (11/02/2016) [-]
Tell us your secrets CIAnon.
#134 - anon (11/02/2016) [-]
It's not classified. It weighs just over 22,000 lbs
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#98 - XanicLyoka (11/02/2016) [-]
Not really. Live and let live?