Ganja Sabre

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    Sabre Wraith

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  1. welcome, nice account
  2. yeah both bandos and arma are over-rated af
  3. how much money does it actually save?
  4. spoilers r bad so i didnt read ur post n00b but its a g00d g4m3 and im having fun with it so far... jsut havent beaten the story yet. playing a lot of multiplayer. btw those crying noobs on twitter reddit facebook etc need 2 learn 2 play bunch of scrubs never unlocked anything in their life
  5. ensouled for sure. its not bad melee + mage xp, on top of cheap and good prayer xp.
  6. heyyyy man its about time you joined! been fun pking with you. lets get you on the squad
  7. it's kinda interesting to be honest... i've never had my own account.. i remember when it came out i kinda didn't like it because i was too much of a warcraft RTS fan. and they spent all that time developing WoW but took forever to come out with SC2 so i was salty.. haha! my computer back then wouldn't have run it anyway, i just played a lot of RS. but i've messed around in a fair bit of PvP on my friend's maxed PvP builds... i feel like since they're launching a classic server it might be worth playing for a couple of months?
  8. for real give us warcraft 4 i had so much fun playing warcraft 2 and 3 on haha! warcraft 2 was especially satisfying...
  9. StarCraft II Going Free-To-Play, Explained Blizzard Entertainment|November 5, 2017 Hello and welcome to the Koprulu Sector! We recognize that you might have found your way here after hearing the news that StarCraft II is going free-to-play very soon—on November 14, to be exact. Curious what that actually means? We know “free-to-play” can mean a lot of things for different games, but we’re here to assure you that when we say that we’re making StarCraft II free-to-play, we really mean it. Starting November 14, you’ll have free access to the original Wings of Liberty single-player campaign and every Co-op Commander, and will be able to unlock access to StarCraft II’s competitive multiplayer content for free. Here is a specific rundown of everything that will be available to you for free: The original Wings of Liberty campaign. Experience the original epic campaign that kicked off the StarCraft II saga! If you picked up Wings of Liberty previously but haven’t come back to StarCraft II in a while, we’ve got good news for you too—if you purchased Wings of Liberty prior to October 31, 2017, you’ll receive the second installment in StarCraft II’s campaign, the zerg-focused Heart of the Swarm, as a limited time offer from November 8 to December 8. Make sure to log in during that window to claim it! You will be able to access the ranked multiplayer ladder to compete with other players to become the best of the best, complete with all of the multiplayer units from Wings of Liberty, Heart of the Swarm, and Legacy of the Void. All you have to do to unlock it permanently is earn 10 First Wins of the Day in Unranked or Versus A.I. play—our way to preserve the quality and integrity of the ranked experience. Current and upcoming Co-op Commanders are available to play for free up to level five, and the level restriction for weekly mutations has been removed. You’ll be able to tackle these extra challenging missions with your friends right away. The Co-op Commanders Raynor, Kerrigan, and Artanis will remain completely free, meaning that you can keep leveling them to your heart’s content. In other words, you can now play all of StarCraft II’s multiplayer, every Co-op Commander, and the entire first campaign in the single-player story, for free. If you play through Wings of Liberty and want to see how the rest of the epic single-player saga unfolds, all the other single-player campaigns—Heart of the Swarm, Legacy of the Void, and Nova Covert Ops will be available to purchase individually for $14.99 or as a bundle for $39.99. We will also continue to offer premium upgrades like announcer packs, special skins, and new Co-op Commanders to enhance your StarCraft II experience in a number of different ways. As with the existing line-up of Co-op Commanders, however, you will be able to play upcoming new Co-op Commanders who are released for free until they reach level 5. You can also purchase any of the campaigns or a seasonal War Chest to gain immediate access to ranked play if you desire. For those of you who have already purchased any of the three campaigns as of October 31, we’ll soon be sending you a small thank-you in the form of an exclusive Ghost skin as well as three new portraits. Welcome to the StarCraft community, and we hope you enjoy diving into the game anew—or for the first time—with all these exciting new changes!
  10. welcome! good job at the clan wars event today
  11. i'm glad they're buffing ahrim's staff it's definitely needed. barrows is still some of the best gear in the game.
  12. welcome! nice ranged level
  13. nice that they give favor percentages
  14. The changes look interesting... i'm okay with loot keys especially after the recent change which will probably mean that most people will mainly benefit from using them in single combat high risk more often. Mage Arena 2 looks great. Rev Caves would be okay... hopefully the other PK areas don't lose activity. Minus xp lamps sound fine. I'm still against PvP Armor. I think voting yes on that specifically will take OSRS PKing down the wrong path of constantly re-balancing and fixing. They have sent mixed signals about adding in the PvP weapons in the future if this passes. That would be terrible. I really like the newly added rewards: Sinister Amulet and the Opportunity to build a Wilderness Obelisk in your house!
  15. i mean TBH i would love it if you made a 70 def pker with piety/rigour/augury, because we could pk together as mine is nearly maxed. that's selfish for me to say tho. logically speaking i have to advise to keep the 1 defense pure. i'm making one currently and it is much more tedious than making the 70 def acc.