So I just picked up LoL a few days ago and just starting to work on the basics. The problem is that I don't know anyone who plays so I don't have any friends to group with while I learn to play.Summoner name is "red thaze" (yeah it sounds dumb, but after my WoW name was already taken I just combined it with my xbox GT) so add me if you'd like to play a few matches.
Also, if any of you know good websites or youtube channels that have good guides for learning the game, I'd love to know them.
@ghostiet: Okay, I never did see the post-credits stinger.
So lets see if I get this now: By drowning Booker at the baptism the Comstock timeline never begins, which means the "rejection" Booker never had the opportunity to give away Ana to the Comstock timeline. So the stinger we saw was basically of the rejection timeline without the interference of the Comstock timeline.
So what happens to the Booker you play as? How does killing current Booker (the one we played as) stop the Comstock version of Booker from existing. Because if you just went back in time to that spot wouldn't there be two Bookers standing there at the baptism?
Also, does this solve anything? Wouldn't there still be an infinite number of paired universes in which the exact same problem is happening?
I definitely ned to play through this game again, I imagine this game will be discussed for years, and I look forward to a very long and detailed explanation of all of this many months form now.
So I understand most of the time travel/multiverse type stuff. The one thing I'm confused about is the actual end. What was accomplished by killing Booker? Why did Elizabeth(s) want to kill him, knowing she would cease to exist in the process? Now that I think about ti when they were at the baptism, was that considered in the past? Even though it was Booker that had already had a daughter and went through the game?
And how did the Booker you play as not remember Comstock? And not remember his daughter's pinky when he saw Elizabeth for the first time? And the fucking tear in the alleyway?
Why not? They already have a female soldier model from the single player, it wouldn't take much effort to carry it over to multiplayer. And even if they didn't already have the model they could still do it, they put so much fucking detail into things like ground clutter why couldn't they make a female girl?
I know girls that play games, and yes they play Battlefield. They're not feminists crying that its misogynistic, they just want the option to play as a girl and thats not a big deal.
@rorie Blizzard has updated all old raids so that they're all soloable. They removed all abilities that require more then one person to handle. As a tank you could easily solo up to early Wrath content. Even ICC you could do with just 2 or 3 people.
@laserbolts: As a rogue my hardest hitting ability is hitting for around 350k and rogues are more about lots of attack then hard hitting ones., dps in raids is anywhere from 60-120k these days. Blizz basically said they're waiting until the numbers are such a problem that most players agree a number crunch needs to happen, or else they'd have a bunch of people complaining.
I'm loving Mists right now. There's a lot of things to do outside of dungeons and raids which is a nice change of pace from Cataclysm. Having a farm, daily quests and pet battles are nice distractions that I don't pour a lot of time into but give me things to do after a valor cap. A big part of it also has to do with my raid team. If it weren't for all the friends I've made I probably would've fallen off and done the routine of playing the first month of every new patch. LFR is definitely a pain, I feel for the tanks. I'd suggest you join a guild and try to get a pre made group going. even if you only get 10 or 11 people it can make things go a lot smoother when you're learning. And now that 5.2 is out the old lfr's drop way more gear.
I'm also really liking the new content system with smaller patches in between all the raids, around the time I finished up with 5.0 dailies they added 5.1, and now it happened with 5.2. i really enjoy all the little things they have now. The farm, the Brawlers guild is a ton of fun to work through, the new solo scenario that is all about collecting as much loot as possible while avoiding traps.
@rorie Have you thought about trying challenge mode dungeons? It sounds like those would be right up your alley if you could find a group for it. It doesnt give you new gear but you get some prestigious transmog stuff.
The only thing the bugs me is that when he's the one who hasn't played a game he doesn't want to hear anything and he does not want to hear even the tinniest detail (just look at the months leading up to him actually playing ME3). He has prevented the crew from saying anything about games he hasn't played yet. When the tables are turned though he doesn't really care and is eager to spoil things and if it weren't for the other guys he probable would (DmC)