11/13/2013 09:24 PMPosted by SteelPhantom(oh yes, lurkers, once in a blue moon a crit Mempo, trifecta BT Cross, trifecta rings and socketed Chant Wills get donated)
damn i gotta come back :)
(oh yes, lurkers, once in a blue moon a crit Mempo, trifecta BT Cross, trifecta rings and socketed Chant Wills get donated)
It's all about the social really. I don't think anyone really cares about your gear.
I think most here are decently geared enough to carry anyway. I mean... I haven't upgraded my gear in a long time (don't really care anymore) but as long as I can freeze decently and lag enough people from a prepped crypt or ole someone, it's all good.
Having said that, I haven't ole'd anyone for a while. I think the last was jenpeezey. I wonder if I should be worried about a revenge ole...
Ole is when you agro a Savage beast in line with another player and move out of the way so the beast charges in and (hopefully) kills the other player. I do it in public a lot hahaha Players get angry at the game and asking for nerfs.
Umm... if the other guy had an APS of 3.14 (that's heaps fast), then he either has rubbish CC (like... under 30 or something), doesn't have enough APoC (means you can't cast as many WWs to bring down cool down timers) or didn't have CM equipped. My guess... he didn't have enough APoC since he would probably need a Mempo (no APoC) and was using a non APoC Chanto's Force. I don't think the 9~10 APoC from Chanto's Will is enough to sustain at any APS break point.
uh, no, English doesn't work that way.
It should have (not of) read as:
I am (present tense) quite apprehensive in asking this, and have kind of been playing the waiting game, but this is the last straw.
"Have been apprehensive in asking" implies that you have been asking this in the past, and that it was a continuous action, and also that it ended. If you wanted to say that you were asking about it in the past, and still are in the present, then you would say, "I was apprehensive in asking"
Neither apply here, though, because you hadn't asked anything until this thread started, so the correct tense to use is simply the present tense, not the past perfect tense. You are asking. You are apprehensive in asking.
The second clause is something you had done in the past, but are no longer doing, so using "have" there makes sense. (You aren't playing the waiting game anymore)
Caveat- I'm just an engineering major, though.
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