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SgtCanadian last won the day on June 24

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About SgtCanadian

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  • Birthday 11/18/92

RD Information

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    Self Preservation

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  • Location
    The internets

Computer Specifications

  • Manufacturer
    Probably the Chinese
  • Case
    Big, holds things
  • Power Supply
  • Operating System
    Windows 19
  • CPU
    the non-amd
  • Motherboard
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    Lots of geebees
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    even more geebees than memory
  • Video Card(s)
    Pretty one
  • Sound Card
    High fidelity

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    2, one nice one not so nice
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    on my head
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    Under my hand
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    Under my mouse
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    Under my other hand(s)

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  1. Don't overthink it. Devs need to release new maps and DLC first before optimizing and fixing nuances.
  2. That's not too bad, about time that a system that credits most damage or most vital damage is implemented.
  3. Well Deviox, as you know, I got a strike for my behaviour here. So, I figured i'd write an apology here too, and explain my train of thought. I've never had an issue with you personally or anything. Shit. I voted to let you back in when you got banned. I'm glad you came back, and I'm really glad you streamed. We gave you twitch keys, which was awesome. I even watched you too! I'm disappointed that's not a thing anymore. Where did you go? I perhaps took it too personally that you went off to do your own thing, and decided to ditch RD - at least that's how it feels. What did we do that made you chase a solo adventure? I can't help but to think we did something wrong, and you've left us. That being said, I'm going to support you doing your own thing. What I don't like, is how you've elevated a step above everyone else with your own personal pro team. I don't see any forum threads here asking for people who want to join your team, or even try out. I get that you might be good at the game, but you've effectively said that we're not good enough for you as well. Had you of gone and done your own thing, that's fine. However, you post videos here for us to praise you, yet there's nothing we can do. Look at another perspective, Womble or someone of the sort. I get that he's an insanely popular youtuber/streamer, but he has his clan written all over it. He only plays with 5 people. Shit, I've met one of his friends too from ZF clan, and he even says, Womble has a small clique and he doesn't even get to play with him all that often. He's a celebrity. But do you see at least how he gives shoutouts to his community? His videos are full of references, and his stream is too. He's not shy of where he came from, and he loves that place. Why don't you love us? Where's the recognition? We took a gamble on re-admittance but you take off and leave us with videos? How does this help RD? If people watch your stream, how do they get to play with you? Are they even aware you were here or is that something you cover up? I'm not a fan of anyone who posts content that doesn't really help out. Give us options. We have members here that want to play, and you're not benefiting the community that I see. You know what I'd say makes sense? Pick up LT, and run your pro squad within RD. We're here to support you, but not when you don't want to be affiliated with us. I don't care for anyone coming here to show off their own personal work. If everyone did this, we'd be dead already. Where's the communal pride? To a degree, I overreacted. I do apologize for being a dick directly towards you. Though, I hope you understand my side and see where I'm coming from. You left home, and only send postcards of how well you're doing. Come home, Deviox, come home.
  4. They need to fix more of the random ass client crashes. I've noticed that they're more randomly in the middle of a match versus off the bat, which makes it super annoying because you're already partially invested into a round and don't want to instantly hop out.
  5. No he doesn't regularly, though I'm sure he has. His text in videos is top notch and he's probably the best at it in the industry to be honest. I haven't seen better. He's so good at it, like he knows what to do and when to add the most comedic effect.
  6. All I want is more videos from you so I can help get you views!
  7. Why would you stream on RD when the personal venture is more appealing right? :)
  8. Right. You use your own voice comms and your own stream but use us for views :) We understand. We'll click anything you make gladly. More videos please.
  9. No I'd rather post non RD created content in RD subforums. Thank you!
  10. Nice! Love supporting private community videos. On that note, we should advertise more womble videos... hmm
  11. I don't know if it's a full E3 release yet, but just been leaked by bioware. It's Destiny meets The Division, in a future world aspect I believe? Done by Bioware in Edmonton though, so that's neat. I may support local game development since they're the only people here. I can't say I know enough about it though... Xbox One X looks pretty dope. Additional RAM and better GPU, though I think the CPU is pretty similar to the last one. It's $500 USD as well which puts it at more money than the PS4 Pro, but being the best console on the market may sell. I doubt I'll pick one up myself, especially since the whole Xbox/PC platform is the same. On that note, Forza 7 looks pretty cool. Personally looking into investing in a G27 and get a good setup going for racing. 700+ cars is pretty nuts. I feel like I can get behind the forza PC ecosystem since I'm pretty sure it'll be for PC as well. Cannot wait.
  12. Hi! As many of you know, I like the game of Eve Online. In my opinion, it's the best MMO there is out there that exists. It's more challenging and really makes you work for rewards, but the rewards are priceless. The game itself has a real time economy, and is entirely player driven. Ever hear about the 2000 player battles? Those start for incredible reasons, from missing bill payments to espionage. It's unique, and I'd love to share the experience with each and every one of you. Eve comprises of player run corporations that are part of alliances. I'm personally in the corporation Amok, which is part of the Goonswarm Federation alliance. To start a corporation takes a lot of people who already know the game very well and have great friendships and ties. I wish I could say I'd start a Reborn Dominion corporation tomorrow, but I simply can't do that. As much as I want to push the RD lifestyle and culture, I don't think this is feasible. I will though, offer my personal time and services (including money) to help get you up and running in Eve. This includes membership into Amok and it's bonuses, above my personal contributions. Why am I doing this? Well, I think everyone should at least know about Eve and it's unique nature. Hell, it's even won a World Summit Award which is a prestigious award for a game developer. I don't want people to think I'm trying to promote another clan, I'm promoting the game itself. Ultimately if you play and go somewhere else, that's still a win. Also, I want to help get people interested in the game by answering any questions you may have. I will answer any questions in this thread, or do a livestream and answer questions there. I encourage everyone who's even remotely interested in either playing, or just to know more about the game to ask and I'll help deliver. Common Questions: I tried playing once and I couldn't figure out what I was doing so I quit. Is this different? Yes. Not only has the entire new player tutorial been reworked late last year, I will help fill in the gaps. Eve isn't something you can start playing tomorrow and learn - you need to be part of a larger group of people that have knowledge. It's like running a business. Chances are, you don't start a company tomorrow. You are part of another, gather information, then go off on your own. I hear the game is very hard and you can't succeed by playing casually. Is this true? No... not to a good degree at least. If you wanted to learn everything in the game at once, you'd have a fun time. But thankfully, we can separate the components that make Eve and make learning very easy, and time efficient. Let's say you just want to kill things. We can start there. It's easy to learn basics of PVP (hell, my alliance actually offers free PVP learning fleets on a regular basis for all members). You hit one or two fleets, you'll get all the basics. This is a part of the game that some people that's all they learn, and they're happy. The way fleets work is they're pinged real time and you join them, or decide not too. Open invitation. If you have the time and want to participate when a ping goes out, you do. If not, you don't. Easy as that. On the money making side. There's many ways as a new player to start making good amounts of money with minimal time investment as well. There's Planetary Interaction (PI for short) or Salvaging. I will run you down doing PI which is about an hour every 2 weeks to maintain (maybe a tad more or less) and you can make a decent profit. Salvaging is more active, and you make money based on how much you salvage. I will provide ships and skills necessary for both. Not to mention, if you do PVP and lose your ship, it's full reimbursement (and you generally profit too). So win win! What do you do in the game? This is actually a tad complicated. Most people like to go PVP, but some of the specials do more or less. Some people solely market trade (doing market margin trading), some move things around, some build things, some mine. Eve has a large metagame too, meaning everything outside of actually playing, including diplomacy or writing news articles on events. Though, the latter require a bit of tenure (at least in my alliance, and probably similar elsewhere). We also have a group of people dedicated to military strategics to see where we need to defend, attack, or whatnot. I'll have to get into this further on a stream or something, but the way Eve works is it's entirely player driven. This means, each ship was mined, built, moved, and flown by a player (and yes, bullets too!). Are you someone who enjoys crafting in WoW? Then being an industrialist in Eve might be for you. Do you just like showing off your skills at being a good PVPer? Well then PVPing in small gangs or solo might be fun. There's a mass market right now for people willing to go into enemy lines solo and killing their money makers. Do you want just something to do casually in the background? Perhaps mining might be fun. Do you want to run your own space empire? Then grab 10-20 accounts, and full on build capital ships and run the market. There's a bit more to this, and I can elaborate on this further if anyone would like me too! I just want to get in and be part of big battles and fuck someone's day. How do I do this? Easy! Goonswarm Federation is almost always part of any big battle, as we're the single biggest entity in game. Good news too, the smallest ship you can fly is always wanted in these big ass battles. They don't happen as often as I'd like them too, but they still do happen. You can get involved and within a few days be ready to participate in these omega battles. Everything is provided from small ships to knowledge. Why should I play? I can't properly answer that for you. It's just unique, and challenging. The big ships in the game can take years to obtain, or quickly, depending how much time you put into it. The game will always have another challenge waiting for you. The only choice is whether you accept being challenged or not. I have a friend who's using his industrialist experience in Eve to work on his applications as an accountant, and it's valid experience and legitimately helped him on his applications. Eve players make history. I like being part of history. There's a clip below of the Fountain War, which happened a few years ago. It's no longer the biggest war in gaming history (which has since been beaten by Eve as well, but still relevant). Nothing you do in WoW, or Tera, or any other MMO will be covered by Kotaku or PC Gamer (well, most likely not) but I've been involved in many things that have been, and the feeling surpasses any amount of orc killing you'll ever experience.
  13. Sorry I meant 3 month**
  14. Isn't the 2 month update going to be more server performance tweaks or is this it?