Mordhau
 Nautilus
Knight
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  • Date joined 15 Mar '17
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Knight 154 452
  • 11 Apr '18
 Nautilus

Nobody knows yet; right now it's just red and blue team. I hope they'll make ones and add a bit of lore.

Knight 154 452
  • 30 Mar '18
 Nautilus

There will most likely be no open beta as the devs are not doing early access.

Knight 154 452
  • 22 Mar '18
 Nautilus

I know there are ways to go ahead of us, but I've haven't had this much fun in Mordhau since alpha launched! Teamfights feel much better. Keep on trucking forward!

Knight 154 452
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  • 22 Mar '18
 Nautilus

The catapult part was awesome! I'm glad they sorted out the vehicle and ladder issues.

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  • 16 Mar '18
 Nautilus

@Goatie said:
I just feel like the black blends in better with the rest of the gear instead of sticking out like a sore thumb.

Wait, I thought the point of the kickstarter cosmetics was to stick out for donating more. Why else would people pay 400 dollars for a helmet-crown?

Knight 154 452
  • 15 Mar '18
 Nautilus

Did you check under your bed, sweety? Why can't you be like your older brother...at least one of my sons will give me grandchildren...

Knight 154 452
  • 14 Mar '18
 Nautilus

@Humble Staff

Agreed, this community is too small to drive away newcomers-so don't be a douche.
Welcome Nikolay.

Knight 154 452
  • 13 Mar '18
 Nautilus

The ultimate betrayal
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  • 12 Mar '18
 Nautilus

The game is closed because there isn't enough content yet to keep people interested in the game. I like the game myself and it has a lot of potential, but I haven't played it in about two months because I need more than barebones melee combat to keep me interested for more than 150 hours. Triternion also prefer to release the most polished content as possible, whether it be alpha or beta, as to leave the best possible impressions on the playerbase.

Knight 154 452
  • 10 Mar '18
 Nautilus

It's not coming out this month, the game hasn't entered beta yet. It's probably going to take another 4 months at least, but probably more imo.

Knight 154 452
  • 7 Mar '18
 Nautilus

@Sir Zombie said:
Do you want them to raise the price to 60?

Nope, just attention.

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  • 5 Mar '18
 Nautilus

And yet I am not surprised that Pale Knight, of all people, would be into preaching religious superiority. I would give him props for keeping his nonsense in off-topic, but somehow he manages to make a post that is not even deserving of that.

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  • 5 Mar '18
 Nautilus

@lash

Exactly, I expected this when I funded the game. Especially since a lot of the major functions of the game are being added in the beta, there's no way it'll only take 2 months between beta and full-release as stated in the kickstarter dates (January to March). I'm not even sure if they're done with alpha updates yet.

I honestly don't mind though, there are plenty of other great games being released and I have other good things going in my life; I can wait for beta and full-release. Better to do it right the first time than be left with a buggy mess of a release.

Knight 154 452
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  • 5 Mar '18
 Nautilus

The game still has ways to go until release; it's March and Beta is not released yet. But don't worry, it will still come out. I'm betting on a summer release.

Knight 154 452
  • 5 Mar '18
 Nautilus

Honestly, analgrinder isn't really a troll; I don't think he's trying to upset anyone. Also, he's actually funny, unlike the Dark Souls meme that should die.

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  • 4 Mar '18
 Nautilus

So, let me get this straight. Just because you predicted that a large-scale indie rpg would have bugs, that somehow means something?

Furthermore, I do not doubt the existence of fan boys. However, you seem to have had a bad experience and drama with some fanboys and project that opinion onto anyone who likes KCD, which just like all of your comments, over generalizes everything to fit your world view.

You also overlooked what I said completely. Every review I saw of KCD on release was disappointed with the bugs but actually played the game. Where is their stockholm syndrome? I couldn't care less for fanboys, but you're just as bad as you can't aknowledge the strengths of a game and only the flaws.

Knight 154 452
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  • 4 Mar '18
 Nautilus

Look man:

1) It's obvious you have a strong bias against any single player story-driven game. You refer to it as pointless and you even said you hate them in the KCD thread. I don't understand how you have any credibility to even discuss that game when you haven't even played it either.

2) Stop acting so rightous, after KCD released I immediately figured out about its bugs after reading my first review; it's not like you're informing the blind "brainwashed" masses. And maybe not everyone who buys and enjoys a game has stockholm syndrome, as if the devs are holding hostage of their wallet (refunds?).

3) it's not thought policing to expect us to post opinions about your videos, maybe you should be less sensitive about open discussion. I find it more ironic that you want people to answer your questions after ignoring many people yourself and referring to them as fanboys.

If you ignore this, that's fine. But, if you really want your youtube channel to succeed, stop starting drama and just listen to people.

Knight 154 452
  • 1 Mar '18
 Nautilus

I mostly collect U.S. coins myself, but I really want to get into European coins. My oldest coin is an 1852 large cent (back when pennies were larger than a quarter).0326162039.jpg0430162119.jpg0430162121.jpg

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  • 1 Mar '18
 Nautilus

@VampireDuck said:

@Nautilus said:
I yoyo too! Trust me, keep practicing and you'll be great; I've been yoyoing for 10 years now and I've gotten a lot better. I also play piano and guitar, I'm into cars, and I have a small coin collection. I'm also into running as well.

Cool, what yoyo do you use? I've got the yoyo factory velocity as it wasn't too expensive and I thought the adjustability of the responsiveness would help me get into unresponsive play, which it did.

Though I do have a question that you may be able to answer.. Today my string just suddenly snapped and sent my yoyo flying. I didn't notice any problems before this so was wondering if there are actually any signs that a string is going to break or do you just have to be wary of it happening at some point?

It would be easier to name a yoyo I don't own. I got the One Drop Dingo (1st run), One Drop Rebirth, One Drop Cabal, One Drop Benchmark V 2014 Edition, ILYY Enigma 2011, ILYY Nile Red Sandblast, ILYY Saint Eel (1st run), ILYY 2010 E1NS, Yoyojam Atmosphere, Duncan Proyo, 1978 Tom Kuhn No Jive 3-1, Team Losi Cherry Bomb and Da Bomb (1999 runs), yoyofactory onestar, yoyofactory legend butterfly, duncan imperial, duncan freehand 2, and the frosting of my collection- an original 1930 Duncan O'Boy in great condition. Plus a bunch of yoyo's I've turned on the lathe myself and other various ones I forgot. Lately, I've been playing with fixed axles mostly doing string tricks.

In terms of polyester string, it can be hard to tell. Usually a worn out string will have more loose fibers and will be thinner around the axle. I would recommend just getting a high quality poly string (I use kitty string) as they last quite long. Worn out strings also do not hold slack as well and a general rule of thumb is to throw out poly strings after about a week ( I use them much longer though). For cotton strings, they will get really thin around the axle when they are ready to throw out, but you should only use these for fixed axles because they wear out very quickly.

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  • 1 Mar '18
 Nautilus

@VampireDuck said:
I bet some people on here have some interesting hobbies, I know a few of you practice some form of sword combat or even make medieval weapons!

Anyway, one of my hobbies is to yoyo. I know a lot of people would think that its only a simple toy for young children but look up some videos of what you can do and its pretty cool. I'm only a beginner tho so am still getting to grips with the basics.

Another one of my hobbies that is probably more common is mountain biking. I particularly enjoy downhill but havn't been doing it often as its winter and the grip on my pedals and shoes are shit so I would probably die :) (tho I am thinking about getting some better pedals). It also snowed pretty heavily today so I went cycling in the snow for the first time which was pretty fun.

I yoyo too! Trust me, keep practicing and you'll be great; I've been yoyoing for 10 years now and I've gotten a lot better. I also play piano and guitar, I'm into cars, and I have a small coin collection. I'm also into running as well.