Bit delayed but me and a group of friends decided to go to a local pub trivia night. While waiting for people to show up I overheard some guys discussing (in order and within a 5 min window); firefly, serenity, doctor who, stargate and the trailer for the new season of doctor who…
So while failing trivia horribly we decided to draw them a lovely picture of a Dalek with a little Dalek poem for them to enjoy. We then submitted the drawing instead of answers with the instructions to give the sheet to the doctor who fans.
EXTERMINATE ALL THE DAISIES!!”
T’was the high point of my week… and that’s kinda sad.
Another effective way to get CRIT is going 6 ZEALS. this allows you to become a machine gun of DEATH, since you will be hitting crits FAST, causing LARGE RED NUMBERS to appear over their heads at a FASTER RATE. If the game lasts LONGER, sell zeals and get more TIAMATS.
get a DORANS RING at the beginning, as your opponent will be TRICKED into thinking you are a MAGE. You therefore have an element of SUPRISE.
your goal with this build is to get your enemy into a DREAMLIKE STATE. This is accomplished by moving back and forth in lane in a RYTHMIC PATTERN. This will cause your enemy to become BORED and TIRED, at which point you can crit them to DEATH.
same build, but this time with the ASSUMPTION that you will be FED. build ALL 3 SNOWBALL ITEMS as soon as POSSIBLE.
no SURVIVABILITY items ALLOWED, only build DAMAGE.
only attack FEMALE CHAMPIONS.
only attack YORDLES.
eat CANDY with ONE HAND while PLAYING.
I have a fantastic employer from last year…. but I already have a job. Issue is I can’t really justify leaving my current job to work with him again (not completely confirmed, he may be selling the company) but it also isn’t enough hours to keep me busy all summer.
That being said I don’t think I’ll be going back to McDonalds ahah. I’d say around two years there is enough ^^
If everything works out for the ‘best’ though I’m going to have ZERO life this summer… full time software intern on weekdays then part time tech support on weekends… and possibly a 15 week course condensed into 5 weeks.
So after having messed around with XNA and C# in my spare time for the last while and not really acomplishing anything that fantastic (hard to stay focused when everything is either really simple or way above my coding knowledge), I’m finally gonna put some work into it.
Just ordered a proper book on XNA to give me some reliable comprehensive background (also downloaded the book so I don’t have to wait for my hard copy to arrive) as well as finding some new tutorials. Mini projects to follow as I work my way through the framework!