Three steps to win the game


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Post Wednesday, 7th August 2013, 16:14

Three steps to win the game

1) Enter dungeon.
2) Kill the first goblin you see and take his club.
3) Ascend with the orb.

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Post Wednesday, 7th August 2013, 16:17

Re: Three steps to win the game

You missed a step.
4. Don't die.

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Post Wednesday, 7th August 2013, 17:01

Re: Three steps to win the game

Turukano wrote:1) Steal underpants
2) ???
3) Ascend with the orb.

FIFY :)
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Post Thursday, 8th August 2013, 12:51

Re: Three steps to win the game

I TRIED THIS AND IT DIDN'T WORK

Even enchanted my club +1 +1 :x

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Post Thursday, 8th August 2013, 13:04

Re: Three steps to win the game

I see 4 steps here
1) Choose OP species like DE/Sp
2) Choose OP background like FE/En
3) Choose OP god like Vehumet/Ash
4) Get the Orb.

Edit. Actually it can be a nice variant of "no pick up challenge" - you can pick one and single weapon. Winning with an Og is no-brainer but with other species you would need to decide what you really want - this dagger of venom or that Demon Blade of Electrocution. For spellcaster you can play variant "pick one item only" so you can select a book/CBoE/new evokable/amulet of gourmand etc.

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Post Thursday, 8th August 2013, 17:29

Re: Three steps to win the game

1) Start game, hit random buttons.
2) Repeat step 1 when dead.
3) Win.

My most successful method so far.

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Post Thursday, 8th August 2013, 17:39

Re: Three steps to win the game

1) Kill everything you can
2) run from everything you can't kill
3) confirm that you want to win

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Post Thursday, 8th August 2013, 18:13

Re: Three steps to win the game

Siegurt wrote:FIFY :)

What does "FIFY" mean?

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Post Thursday, 8th August 2013, 19:07

Re: Three steps to win the game

Grimm wrote:
Siegurt wrote:FIFY :)

What does "FIFY" mean?


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Post Friday, 9th August 2013, 00:15

Re: Three steps to win the game

Grimm wrote:
Siegurt wrote:FIFY :)

What does "FIFY" mean?


Fixed it for you.
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Post Friday, 9th August 2013, 01:01

Re: Three steps to win the game

Guys, you forgot the descend and ascend stair commands. Trust me on this. When I set out to check to see if the game could be won using nothing but the O and Tab keys while playing a troll, I ran into a roadblock getting to D:2 with just those two buttons. I think I also starved to death.
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Post Saturday, 10th August 2013, 19:54

Re: Three steps to win the game

Klown wrote:
Grimm wrote:
Siegurt wrote:FIFY :)

What does "FIFY" mean?


Fixed it for you.

Around these parts we say ftfy, exclusively.

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Post Saturday, 10th August 2013, 21:38

Re: Three steps to win the game

Grimm wrote:
Klown wrote:
Grimm wrote:Siegurt said:
FTFY :)

What does "FTFY" mean?


Fixed that for you.

Around these parts we say ftfy, exclusively.

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Post Sunday, 11th August 2013, 00:45

Re: Three steps to win the game

Siegurt wrote:
Grimm wrote:
Klown wrote:Grimm said:
Siegurt said:
FTFY :)

What does "FTFY" mean?
Fixed that for you.

Around these parts we say ftfy, exclusively.

FTFM

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Post Monday, 12th August 2013, 10:30

Re: Three steps to win the game

I fmfy.

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Post Monday, 12th August 2013, 12:49

Re: Three steps to win the game

You're fmfortable now?
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Post Monday, 12th August 2013, 15:38

Re: Three steps to win the game

Ich bin gmtlich jetzt.

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Post Monday, 12th August 2013, 18:29

Re: Three steps to win the game

Confidence Interval wrote:Ïch bïn gmtlïcḧ jëẗzẗ.

fẗfÿ
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Post Tuesday, 13th August 2013, 09:57

Re: Three steps to win the game

Grimm wrote:
Confidence Interval wrote:Ïch bïn gmtlïcḧ jëẗzẗ.

fẗfÿ

Like in Motörhead, right?

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Post Tuesday, 13th August 2013, 16:19

Re: Three steps to win the game

No, like in Häagen-Dazs.

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Post Tuesday, 13th August 2013, 17:24

Re: Three steps to win the game

1) Start the game.
2) Find CPA on D:1.
3) Encounter Sigmund on D:2.
4) Stumble into lava while confused.
5) ???
6) Ascend with the Orb.
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Post Tuesday, 13th August 2013, 18:36

Re: Three steps to win the game

That's impossible. Certified public accountants don't generate until D:7.

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Post Tuesday, 13th August 2013, 18:39

Re: Three steps to win the game

I was referring to the related but deadlier unique, the Crimson Permanent Assurance.
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Post Tuesday, 13th August 2013, 19:10

Re: Three steps to win the game

Now your strategy becomes clear. Limpid even.

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Post Tuesday, 13th August 2013, 19:49

Re: Three steps to win the game

doesn't limpid and clear mean the same? (I don't know because english is not my native language)
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Post Tuesday, 13th August 2013, 19:56

Re: Three steps to win the game

Basically, yes. I think limpid is just somewhat more emphatic.
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Post Tuesday, 13th August 2013, 20:18

Re: Three steps to win the game

Clear means you can see through it, limpid is when you hurt your leg or foot. Grimm was correct in her usage.

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Post Tuesday, 13th August 2013, 20:24

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Confidence Interval wrote:Clear means you can see through it, limpid is when you hurt your leg or foot. Grimm was correct in her usage.

Ohh, I see you are quite fluent with this language, I respect that.

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Post Tuesday, 13th August 2013, 22:49

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Limpid is more pellucid.
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Post Friday, 16th August 2013, 10:59

Re: Three steps to win the game

A marvelous bird is the pellucican
His beak can hold more than his belly can.
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Re: Three steps to win the game

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Post Tuesday, 21st April 2015, 20:41

Re: Three steps to win the game

treerex5 wrote:Haiku


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Post Wednesday, 22nd April 2015, 01:48

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Post Wednesday, 22nd April 2015, 05:28

Re: Three steps to win the game

hey, treerex. how old are you?
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i just used archive.org to read some of my 4000ish posts made on the electronic arts uk forums between 12 and 13, which, in retrospect, was a stupid idea:
-the third post i saw said "I kind of want a friend" (i have no idea why i posted that, maybe just teenage angst, because i had more close friends back then than i do now)
-a post about me wanting to live behind a waterfall with my D&D character (what the fuck) (i think this was a sexual thing)
-a "who needs windows" signature after approximately 2 weeks of ubuntu (rock bottom - the rest of this is kind of entertaining, this is just too painful)
-a link to my deviantART beneath it
-a bunch of hug emoticons (i loved that emoticon to bits)
-"what an achievement - first post on second page"
-location set to "battling through fastholme", which apparently is from some rpg i was playing at the time
-i'm not that ashamed about this, but some 20-page debate about veganism (though, speaking of veganism and shame, i did refuse to give a friend of mine a spoon for his yoghurt some time around then)
-a post in the formula 1 thread saying only "sorry, i'm not interested in formula 1" (postcount!)

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Post Wednesday, 22nd April 2015, 20:16

Re: Three steps to win the game

THREE STEPS

1. Enter Dungeon

2. Follow the elaborate tactical guide document* explaining every non-step procedure one must conduct in order to get the Orb and win with any preferred quantity of runes (min 3, max 15)

3. Exit Dungeon




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Post Wednesday, 22nd April 2015, 23:10

Re: Three steps to win the game

three steps:
get in, get good, get out.
optional: get pussy.
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Post Thursday, 23rd April 2015, 10:57

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cerebovssquire wrote:-a "who needs windows" signature after approximately 2 weeks of ubuntu (rock bottom - the rest of this is kind of entertaining, this is just too painful)


but really though

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Post Thursday, 23rd April 2015, 13:20

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iirc i was also dual-booting though
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Post Thursday, 23rd April 2015, 14:22

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[quote="cerebovssquire"][/quote]

This reminds me of a time when I frequented Club Penguin. Used to go around asking people if they wanted to join the 'black army'... As in, my penguin was the stock black and I wanted other people to join my little clique thing. Idk. The penguin's name was Zingy Pigny (correct spelling).

Also, a dude in the showers at the YMCA walked by and said to me "Nice dick bro!"
I just laughed with a "Thanks bro!". Was this the appropriate response? Is something wrong with my dick?
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how do you laugh with a "thanks bro"? surely you're laughing either before or after "thanks bro", where the latter is a minor faux-pas because it sounds insecure, but laughing before is fine. possibly, if there's a couple seconds between "thanks bro" and then laughing, it could be alright - i.e. laughing about the absurdity of the situation, not out of insecurity - but that kind of laugh has a specific sound and the guy who complimented you might not get it. and besides, for that to really work you both start laughing simultaneously after a pause, like the movie cliche, which is hard to pull off irl. i say movie cliche because it feels like i've seen 5ish scenes like that but i don't exactly remember any, so that may be nonsense. and you probably don't want to bond with that kind of guy anyway, unless you think he was hitting on you and you're interested, i guess?
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Post Thursday, 23rd April 2015, 17:01

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Have you never laughed something out before? I mean maybe I laughed before the 'thanks bro', but it doesn't really change the interaction much. I was absolutely laughing at the situation and definitely not because of ANY insecurities. The guy was clearly just 'avin a laugh, or at least I would like to think so. Some people are just weird. Anyway, that was last time I jerked off in public.
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Post Thursday, 23rd April 2015, 17:15

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That's interesting. You claim no insecurity. But when you get a compliment, a generally reinforcing experience, it caused you to cease the behavior. Why do you think that is?

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Post Thursday, 23rd April 2015, 17:33

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Greyr wrote:Have you never laughed something out before?


cerebovsquire lives in germany; you'll need to forgive his innocence with humor
take it easy

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ajon wrote:That's interesting. You claim no insecurity. But when you get a compliment, a generally reinforcing experience, it caused you to cease the behavior. Why do you think that is?


That's a good question, thank you for asking.

Well it all started at my conception. I'm a bastard, you see, and to this day have not met my biological father. I've held it against him. My mother married a generally no-good tattoo artist when I was still in utero, I guess for the monetary support but maybe she legitimately thought she had found love. So fast forward to birth my family has all but abandoned me before I even had a chance to do anything wrong and I'm stuck being fathered by an abusive prick. I had a pretty normal childhood all things considered, though. Spent a lot of time outside. Anyways, my parents divorced when I was five and to this day my mother asserts it was my idea. Maybe it was, I don't remember. So after many years of constantly changing houses and boyfriends my mother found a dude that stuck. They got married and we all moved to a farm. After, like, five years of pretending to be alpaca farmers they filed for bankruptcy and we got out of there to move into a nice suburban house. I should mention that while in the alpaca house my two little brothers were born. Things have been pretty calm since then. We've moved a couple times, one of them a long distance move and there's another one on the way, actually. Anyways, I'm 99% positive that because I was born out of wedlock the Judeo-Christian God has it out for me.

Maybe I have daddy issues.
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Post Thursday, 23rd April 2015, 17:51

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Greyr wrote:Have you never laughed something out before?


i genuinely have no idea what this would sound like

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Greyr wrote:Have you never laughed something out before?


i genuinely have no idea what this would sound like


I wasn't in hysterics like this gentleman

https://youtu.be/sap2hfA-pHg?t=48s

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Post Thursday, 23rd April 2015, 19:22

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Greyr wrote:Have you never laughed something out before?

I laughed my ass off, does it count?
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Post Friday, 24th April 2015, 05:15

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Hirsch I wrote:hey, treerex. how old are you?


Ah, the great mystery of life.

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treerex5 wrote:
Hirsch I wrote:hey, treerex. how old are you?


Ah, the great mystery of life.

We shall never know.

Isn't it right there in the nickname?
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