Xelrog T. Apocalypse

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About Xelrog T. Apocalypse

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  1. Haha. If I had been getting that kind of advice when I was a new player, it would have scared me off. =P I'm more of a know-as-I-go player, but I suppose that's just me. I'm not extremely competitive and have no leaderboard aspirations - I'm just moderately above-average and enjoy playing the game. I figured everything out by feel, which is a nice way of saying that I can juggle just fine, but I couldn't tell you the button combination to do it for the life of me.
  2. Does it matter what seat they are or whether or not they can juggle? If they quit to avoid a loss, they're an balloon. Period. There's my two cents, anyway.
  3. Nope, just in general. I'm on a public computer, so I can't watch your video.
  4. As opposed to the Xbox, which just plain has too many. =P In any case, I'd say The Behemoth has their hands pretty full just managing two consoles at the moment.
  5. Insane is difficult enough when the AI doesn't block arrows and bombs. All the more reason NOT to make that happen. I wouldn't mind the ladder thing or the Insane deer-riding level. The troll boss should be an instant kill on Insane, since it's already pitifully easy to get through that course without a scratch.
  6. You can insult people for quitting early, but you don't need to get so aggressive towards new players. You were one once, too. =/
  7. Setting them to level 1 isn't punishment. It's a neutral action. Banning them would be a punishment. Giving them level 99 gold skulls is an overwhelming reward. More importantly than that, the problem is online gameplay: Having a bunch of random people who essentially glitched up to 99 as opposed to 256 isn't THAT much different. They're still overpowered, they still got there through cheating, and they still cause problems online. I stand by my opinion. Any decent player would be happy to start their characters over if it meant the fair and just elimination of the 256 glitch and those who abuse it.
  8. Because people don't put any thought into their suggestions.
  9. I'm not saying it's not better. I'm saying that, if they were going to go through the trouble of fixing the glitch, why not do it in a way that's fair to the people who play the game legitimately? I think the logic in my previous post pretty much sums it all up. It just plain doesn't make sense.