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#6 - Picture 08/22/2016 on /b/tard sums up story +3
#4 - It will be a Legendary Reinhardt skin in the near future. …  [+] (8 new replies) 08/18/2016 on Balderich Von Adler 420 +1
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#5 - jaggsauce (08/18/2016) [-]
better be purchasable for credits them... if they pull another summer box trick and i don't get that skin im gonna die
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#9 - bulwark (08/18/2016) [-]
Generally having "limited time" stuff like skins and such in games is an absolute bullshit move. Regardless of genre or developer. Same with the moose mount in WoW or pretty much every MOBA on the market.
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#13 - zekeon (08/18/2016) [-]
Warframe...
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#14 - bulwark (08/18/2016) [-]
While I do love Warframe, you're completely right... they're some proper assholes when it comes to limited time content. However with most of the stuff, like Prime Warframes, I believe you can still get them after they've been "removed" if you just buy them. But not completely sure to be honest.
#15 - zekeon (08/18/2016) [-]
Hey player, you like [warframe] and [weapon], right?
>yeah, I do
ok, we're releasing the PRIME (ooh, shiny!) version of those!
>oh, how do I get them?
Well, you gotta do this mission type for a randomly generated relic that has 6 things it can give you but only 3 are common the rest are less likely.. and this new stuff is the LEAST likely! and if you want a better chance, grind those missions that the relics are for, which also are keys for those missions, to upgrade the relic that has what you want!
>Oh... that sounds like a lot of work.
I suppose. Tell ya what, if you want you can buy just the weapons for $60, or the warframe and the weapons for $80, or for another $40 on top of that you can get the accessories coming out with them too!
>I don't have a lot of money, and I'm kinda playing different games right now, I'll just get them later.
Oh, that's okay... they'll be available... for awhile. If it takes you too long, you could always just buy our premium currency to trade to people for the parts of what you want for jacked up prices. Don't forget to grind for credits, the normal currency, because all trades are taxed!
>Jesus... I don't need all this stuff though right?
No... but prime is objectively better than the normal versions!
>Oh...
By the way, there's an event today, for a primed/event exclusive mod.
>Really? What do I have to do?
Well you grind one mission for hours on end and get trash and MAYBE get the cool mod. Or grind a mission a few times then it moves locations and you have to wait for it to come up again.. but if you're in a mission when ti does you're out of luck.
>Well, alright I gue--
Too late! Event's over. You could trade for it with someone for like the equivalent of $10 though! Totally worth by the way, because this mod is not only objectively better than other mods, you have no idea or guarantee it will be available ever again!
>...
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#17 - bulwark (08/19/2016) [-]
So true it hurts...
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#10 - jaggsauce (08/18/2016) [-]
completely agree... it serves no other people than making other people envious.
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#11 - bulwark (08/18/2016) [-]
That too and forcing people to spend more time on a single game, than they might usually want to. I'd much rather you set up a long quest line or other hard challenge, so the reward feels extra special, because it took effort... instead of limited time offers, which require you to either spend cash, to get boxes which MIGHT have it.

Especially in cases where you start on a game which might have been out for a while... there is so much stuff you suddenly can't get because "You weren't here from day 1"
#3 - I will 08/17/2016 on How to Scharnhorst 0
#1 - This game looks cash as fug. Is it any merit to have maste…  [+] (3 new replies) 08/17/2016 on How to Scharnhorst 0
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#4 - ironstorm (08/17/2016) [-]
Its easy to pick up but difficult to master
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#2 - tripleskit (08/17/2016) [-]
Just play it
#3 - didactus (08/17/2016) [-]
I will
#18 - Conservation of momentum can be a real bitch sometimes. No… 08/16/2016 on slide +6
#47 - I never agreed to that the situations were comparable. I p… 08/14/2016 on religion -2
#32 - Why are you implying I am defending Islam by rattling off atro…  [+] (2 new replies) 08/14/2016 on religion -2
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#46 - WutsAtroll (08/14/2016) [-]
because my comment was saying that Islam as a religion and its implementation in Islamic countries are beyond comparison to Christianity. Either you agree with that or you don't.
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#47 - didactus (08/14/2016) [-]
I never agreed to that the situations were comparable.
I pointed out that christian churches connected to the state have commited atrocities.

But that in no way is a comparison, because the point wasn't if they were comparable,but the fact that christians like to think they are above scrutiny in matters of state and church relationships which they are not.
#30 - They “condemned all scandalous acts” and,without explicitl…  [+] (4 new replies) 08/14/2016 on religion -1
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#31 - WutsAtroll (08/14/2016) [-]
and you think not participating in a genocide is comparable to the death penalty for homosexuality, being raped, being a heretic as part of the legal framework for a country? The point was that Christianity was not the cause, nor the justification for the genocide in Rwanda, yet Islam is the justification for backwards and oppressive laws in Islamic countries.
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#32 - didactus (08/14/2016) [-]
Why are you implying I am defending Islam by rattling off atrocities of muslims?
I never did nor will I ever defend the crimes of Islam or muslims.

And the citation I gave you even cited examples of church leaders who encouraged murder and genocide.
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#46 - WutsAtroll (08/14/2016) [-]
because my comment was saying that Islam as a religion and its implementation in Islamic countries are beyond comparison to Christianity. Either you agree with that or you don't.
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#47 - didactus (08/14/2016) [-]
I never agreed to that the situations were comparable.
I pointed out that christian churches connected to the state have commited atrocities.

But that in no way is a comparison, because the point wasn't if they were comparable,but the fact that christians like to think they are above scrutiny in matters of state and church relationships which they are not.
#27 - What is Rwandan massacre?  [+] (6 new replies) 08/14/2016 on religion -2
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#29 - WutsAtroll (08/14/2016) [-]
nothing to do with Christianity. Do you think the Iraq war under Bush was a holy war just wondering
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#30 - didactus (08/14/2016) [-]
They “condemned all scandalous acts” and,without explicitly denouncing the genocide, asked all Christians to refuse to kill.73 With the hierarchy slow to take a clear stand against the genocide, many local clergy, both Catholic and Protestant, gave tacit approval to the slaughter by participating in security committee meetings.

Far from condemning the attempt to exterminate the Tutsi, Archbishop Augustin Nshamihigo and Bishop Jonathan Ruhumuliza of the Anglican Church acted as spokemen for the genocidal government at a press conference in Nairobi. Like many who tried to explain away the slaughter, they placed the blame for the genocide on the RPF because it had attacked Rwanda. Foreign journalists were so disgusted at this presentation that they left the conference.76

www.hrw.org/legacy/reports/1999/rwanda/Geno4-7-03.htm#P893_245534
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#31 - WutsAtroll (08/14/2016) [-]
and you think not participating in a genocide is comparable to the death penalty for homosexuality, being raped, being a heretic as part of the legal framework for a country? The point was that Christianity was not the cause, nor the justification for the genocide in Rwanda, yet Islam is the justification for backwards and oppressive laws in Islamic countries.
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#32 - didactus (08/14/2016) [-]
Why are you implying I am defending Islam by rattling off atrocities of muslims?
I never did nor will I ever defend the crimes of Islam or muslims.

And the citation I gave you even cited examples of church leaders who encouraged murder and genocide.
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#46 - WutsAtroll (08/14/2016) [-]
because my comment was saying that Islam as a religion and its implementation in Islamic countries are beyond comparison to Christianity. Either you agree with that or you don't.
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#47 - didactus (08/14/2016) [-]
I never agreed to that the situations were comparable.
I pointed out that christian churches connected to the state have commited atrocities.

But that in no way is a comparison, because the point wasn't if they were comparable,but the fact that christians like to think they are above scrutiny in matters of state and church relationships which they are not.
#16 - Don't you know? 08/09/2016 on ALWAYS lol +9