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#39 - I don't really know how to answer that question. Does anyone f…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/13/2012 on stebok's profile 0
#42 - LordChukeNorres (07/17/2012) [-]
Fascinating.

Pic is completely unrelated, I picked it at random.
#54 - Stebok here, First of all, I ain't even mad. …  [+] (10 new replies) 07/13/2012 on This guy is my hero +92
User avatar #433 - unncommon (07/13/2012) [-]
Question: Have you ever accidentally played porno at your house while the volume was up? Or have your parents ever walked in on you fapping because you didn't know that you were doing it to loud?

Answer me these.
User avatar #241 - NinjaPlease (07/13/2012) [-]
I'm glad that OP credited you.
User avatar #130 - ocnamesaregone (07/13/2012) [-]
I'd really, really, REALLY love to see you play SC2.
#101 - killerliquid (07/13/2012) [-]
pic related Shizune from katawa shoujo
#185 - SandvichS (07/13/2012) [-]
User avatar #70 - myrrhdyrrh (07/13/2012) [-]
I totally remember seeing your post the first time man, glad to see you're still around(:
User avatar #66 - sketchE (07/13/2012) [-]
isnt there a device that can allow you to hear?
#86 - slickwilly (07/13/2012) [-]
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ear

Yup. Check link.
#259 - deadrifler (07/13/2012) [-]
Meet ya there.
#99 - killerliquid (07/13/2012) [-]
hfw
#36 - To answer your question "Is it easy to remember?", i…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/13/2012 on stebok's profile 0
User avatar #41 - corpsebride (07/13/2012) [-]
Thank you, that helps alot. I'm more a visual learner myself, and I tend to learn fairly quickly. So, I think I'll work on it some more.
#35 - It used to happen a lot when I first started playing back in 2… 07/13/2012 on stebok's profile 0
#31 - Too many.  [+] (1 new reply) 07/12/2012 on stebok's profile 0
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#19 - I'm deaf and what is this? 06/28/2012 on butters +23
#414 - It wasn't funny. I tried really hard to find the humor in it b…  [+] (1 new reply) 06/27/2012 on Shitty Day Soldier +2
#623 - selfdenyingbeggar (06/27/2012) [-]
good for you. go laugh at your 12+ jokes :)
#358 - Don't stop.  [+] (2 new replies) 06/26/2012 on Ridiculously Photogenic... -1
#367 - ifmlpthreadwellfuc (06/26/2012) [-]
You got it.
#376 - ifmlpthreadwellfuc (06/26/2012) [-]
#72 - Picture 06/14/2012 on Yep, that's about right. +4
#129 - >Implying you are not cancer. >You'e lecturing an an…  [+] (1 new reply) 06/03/2012 on 4chan cookout +2
#130 - lazaman (06/03/2012) [-]
le yeah. its le how I le am. Le lol.
#131 - This actually made me laugh... can't remember the last time I … 05/28/2012 on Dungeons And Dragons. 0
#16 - If I am not mistaken, this is the video where Jay Wilson discu… 05/22/2012 on gaikang's profile 0
#15 - >Mods are awesome. I welcome them any day. However, a game …  [+] (2 new replies) 05/22/2012 on gaikang's profile 0
User avatar #18 - gaikang (05/22/2012) [-]
Also, I'm not simply supporting Torchlight 2, "because it's the underdog." It was started by two high-profile game developers and has had great success with it's first title. Not very "underdog." Anyway, I'm supporting Torchlight 2 because, *gasp*, it's a better game in my opinion. I enjoyed playing it far more and it has many more enjoyable features from my perspective. I might not be completely right, but that's how I see it. I think people should buy it, and think people should not buy Diablo III. As such, I made an undeniably biased chart comparing the two games, trying to express how Torchlight 2 is better and why they should buy it instead or in addition. Also I made it because I knew it would cause butthurt, and I like causing butthurt every now and then. You're welcome to like your game, but know that I don't agree with you, and honestly that's fine, but don't come on my profile and try to say I'm so completely and absolutely wrong about everything, and that you're right and just and true. Hell, only four or five of my points aren't 100% truth, but even then still partially true. The only completely false one is 11 hours of gameplay. That one is obviously false, considering it takes between 14-27 hours to beat the campaign on Normal. None of them are based on opinion though, except maybe the legalized gold selling, but it's still kinda true.

Additionally, I'm not just supporting Torchlight 2. Grim Dawn, Titan Quest, Path of Exile, also have my support, though some of them are better than others. *cough* Grim Dawn *cough*
User avatar #17 - gaikang (05/22/2012) [-]
Diablo III just isn't on the same level of awesome that Diablo II is, at least for me. I'll say it for a fifth time since you keep passing over it, but both games are fun, it's just I find Diablo II to be more fun and of greater overall quality. That is not how sequels are supposed to work. You take the success and feedback of a previous title, and build the next game trying to fix everything wrong and improve/add to what you've already got. That doesn't happen with Diablo III.

There may very well be some people who worked on Diablo II that are now working on Diablo III, however the three people who actually matter have nothing to do with that game.

I don't WANT there to be a problem with Diablo 3, there just are problems with Diablo 3. Gameplay that while at first is quite fun, eventually gets very boring because there is little variety. Also, there is very minimal character customization and minimal map randomization, so replaying isn't that interesting. Finally, a complete lack of LAN and Mods is extremely disappointing. Both can be enjoyable features if applied correctly, and both were in the previous titles. The lack of Mods is not nitpicking, bloody hell. It would be nitpicking if I complained about the lack of hats or the UI. A massive feature exclusion that greatly influenced many people's experience is not in the category of nitpicking. If I was nitpicking, I would have pointed out the weapon name system that makes Great Greataxes and Rares better than Legendaries. That's something that doesn't actually influence enjoyment and will eventually be fixed, or will be fine unadjusted, and as such is nitpicking. Complaining about an enjoyable/defining feature from a previous title being removed for the sake of using the DRM system easier is not nitpicking.

Also, how am I the one using nonanalytic thinking? You dismiss everything I say as one individuals criticisms that have absolutely no merit, and acting like you're almighty and completely correct.
#13 - The fact that you are comparing Diablo 3 as being trashy to Di…  [+] (5 new replies) 05/22/2012 on gaikang's profile 0
#14 - gaikang (05/22/2012) [-]
"...Blizzard Activision quite possibly did not start development themselves until 5-6 years ago..." -gaikang

"You do realize that Blizzard Entertainment practically started over from scratch, thus giving it a 5-6 year period of development, right?" -stebok

Despite having said so in the very comment you responded to, I clearly don't realize.

I stopped reading at the part where you claimed the developers of Diablo II were invited to work on Diablo III and implied that they worked on it, because Max Schaefer, Erich Schaefer, and David Brevik had nothing to do with Diablo III, and I knew the rest of this would be more mindless defense of everything. I'm going to guess you say that no one uses LAN anymore, modding is just for cheaters and none of them are good, that you pretty much experienced no problems, and that character customization is overrated. I admitted the game is fun, but it just isn't a legitimate Diablo II sequel, and your ability to refuse even slight admission is incredible. Just get off the computer and get back to sucking Robert Kotick's cock, because this clearly isn't going to go anywhere.

Diablo II isn't perfect at all, but to a lot of people it is sacred, and Diablo III isn't as good as a modern sequel to such a game should be. They're welcome to make whatever they want or even nothing at all, but don't think I'll like it just because it's got the Diablo brand attached to it.
User avatar #16 - stebok (05/22/2012) [-]
If I am not mistaken, this is the video where Jay Wilson discusses the return of Blizzard North members returning as lead developers for Diablo 3, way back in 2009.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=4-dg36jjRpg
User avatar #15 - stebok (05/22/2012) [-]
>Mods are awesome. I welcome them any day. However, a game doesn't need mods in order to be successful or likable. Like I said before, you are just nitpicking.
>Only games I can see needing LAN are tournament/eSport games. Shame SC2 doesn't have it.
>Character customization is preferable to any gamer. The Diablo franchise was never about customization in the first place.

Your 'entitled opinion' is that you want there to be a problem with Diablo 3, so you treat Diablo 2 as if something sacred while bashing Diablo 3, just like a brony would retaliate against a hater of MLP. You nitpick any reason to not accept the game, thus your argument(s) lack any analytic thinking. I understand that the internet is a playground for intuitive thinkers like yourself but there is no reason to spam endless charts that are entirely wrong about Diablo 3 while simultaneously supporting Torchlight 2. We get it bro, you are a rebellious kid rooting for the underdog game and that in your perspective Blizzard/Activision must pay for bastardizing the Diablo franchise. Please go back to /v/
User avatar #18 - gaikang (05/22/2012) [-]
Also, I'm not simply supporting Torchlight 2, "because it's the underdog." It was started by two high-profile game developers and has had great success with it's first title. Not very "underdog." Anyway, I'm supporting Torchlight 2 because, *gasp*, it's a better game in my opinion. I enjoyed playing it far more and it has many more enjoyable features from my perspective. I might not be completely right, but that's how I see it. I think people should buy it, and think people should not buy Diablo III. As such, I made an undeniably biased chart comparing the two games, trying to express how Torchlight 2 is better and why they should buy it instead or in addition. Also I made it because I knew it would cause butthurt, and I like causing butthurt every now and then. You're welcome to like your game, but know that I don't agree with you, and honestly that's fine, but don't come on my profile and try to say I'm so completely and absolutely wrong about everything, and that you're right and just and true. Hell, only four or five of my points aren't 100% truth, but even then still partially true. The only completely false one is 11 hours of gameplay. That one is obviously false, considering it takes between 14-27 hours to beat the campaign on Normal. None of them are based on opinion though, except maybe the legalized gold selling, but it's still kinda true.

Additionally, I'm not just supporting Torchlight 2. Grim Dawn, Titan Quest, Path of Exile, also have my support, though some of them are better than others. *cough* Grim Dawn *cough*
User avatar #17 - gaikang (05/22/2012) [-]
Diablo III just isn't on the same level of awesome that Diablo II is, at least for me. I'll say it for a fifth time since you keep passing over it, but both games are fun, it's just I find Diablo II to be more fun and of greater overall quality. That is not how sequels are supposed to work. You take the success and feedback of a previous title, and build the next game trying to fix everything wrong and improve/add to what you've already got. That doesn't happen with Diablo III.

There may very well be some people who worked on Diablo II that are now working on Diablo III, however the three people who actually matter have nothing to do with that game.

I don't WANT there to be a problem with Diablo 3, there just are problems with Diablo 3. Gameplay that while at first is quite fun, eventually gets very boring because there is little variety. Also, there is very minimal character customization and minimal map randomization, so replaying isn't that interesting. Finally, a complete lack of LAN and Mods is extremely disappointing. Both can be enjoyable features if applied correctly, and both were in the previous titles. The lack of Mods is not nitpicking, bloody hell. It would be nitpicking if I complained about the lack of hats or the UI. A massive feature exclusion that greatly influenced many people's experience is not in the category of nitpicking. If I was nitpicking, I would have pointed out the weapon name system that makes Great Greataxes and Rares better than Legendaries. That's something that doesn't actually influence enjoyment and will eventually be fixed, or will be fine unadjusted, and as such is nitpicking. Complaining about an enjoyable/defining feature from a previous title being removed for the sake of using the DRM system easier is not nitpicking.

Also, how am I the one using nonanalytic thinking? You dismiss everything I say as one individuals criticisms that have absolutely no merit, and acting like you're almighty and completely correct.
#12 - >What are these bugs do you speak of? I only experienced 2 …  [+] (6 new replies) 05/22/2012 on gaikang's profile 0
User avatar #13 - stebok (05/22/2012) [-]
The fact that you are comparing Diablo 3 as being trashy to Diablo 2 is a joke. People make up these facts that they think exist, that Diablo 2 was a perfect game with absolutely no problems. Diablo 2 isn't sacred, and certainly not perfect. I even remember at the prime of Diablo 2, Battle.net servers had to be shut down and improved due to the 8 million people that were playing it. I remember when I first played Diablo 2 in early 2002 the game had plenty of bugs and problems, more than I can list off the top of my head. I think its fine that you don't like Diablo 3 but don't sit here and try to convince me that Diablo 2 was superior in every way shape and form.

Thank you for your time :D
#14 - gaikang (05/22/2012) [-]
"...Blizzard Activision quite possibly did not start development themselves until 5-6 years ago..." -gaikang

"You do realize that Blizzard Entertainment practically started over from scratch, thus giving it a 5-6 year period of development, right?" -stebok

Despite having said so in the very comment you responded to, I clearly don't realize.

I stopped reading at the part where you claimed the developers of Diablo II were invited to work on Diablo III and implied that they worked on it, because Max Schaefer, Erich Schaefer, and David Brevik had nothing to do with Diablo III, and I knew the rest of this would be more mindless defense of everything. I'm going to guess you say that no one uses LAN anymore, modding is just for cheaters and none of them are good, that you pretty much experienced no problems, and that character customization is overrated. I admitted the game is fun, but it just isn't a legitimate Diablo II sequel, and your ability to refuse even slight admission is incredible. Just get off the computer and get back to sucking Robert Kotick's cock, because this clearly isn't going to go anywhere.

Diablo II isn't perfect at all, but to a lot of people it is sacred, and Diablo III isn't as good as a modern sequel to such a game should be. They're welcome to make whatever they want or even nothing at all, but don't think I'll like it just because it's got the Diablo brand attached to it.
User avatar #16 - stebok (05/22/2012) [-]
If I am not mistaken, this is the video where Jay Wilson discusses the return of Blizzard North members returning as lead developers for Diablo 3, way back in 2009.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=4-dg36jjRpg
User avatar #15 - stebok (05/22/2012) [-]
>Mods are awesome. I welcome them any day. However, a game doesn't need mods in order to be successful or likable. Like I said before, you are just nitpicking.
>Only games I can see needing LAN are tournament/eSport games. Shame SC2 doesn't have it.
>Character customization is preferable to any gamer. The Diablo franchise was never about customization in the first place.

Your 'entitled opinion' is that you want there to be a problem with Diablo 3, so you treat Diablo 2 as if something sacred while bashing Diablo 3, just like a brony would retaliate against a hater of MLP. You nitpick any reason to not accept the game, thus your argument(s) lack any analytic thinking. I understand that the internet is a playground for intuitive thinkers like yourself but there is no reason to spam endless charts that are entirely wrong about Diablo 3 while simultaneously supporting Torchlight 2. We get it bro, you are a rebellious kid rooting for the underdog game and that in your perspective Blizzard/Activision must pay for bastardizing the Diablo franchise. Please go back to /v/
User avatar #18 - gaikang (05/22/2012) [-]
Also, I'm not simply supporting Torchlight 2, "because it's the underdog." It was started by two high-profile game developers and has had great success with it's first title. Not very "underdog." Anyway, I'm supporting Torchlight 2 because, *gasp*, it's a better game in my opinion. I enjoyed playing it far more and it has many more enjoyable features from my perspective. I might not be completely right, but that's how I see it. I think people should buy it, and think people should not buy Diablo III. As such, I made an undeniably biased chart comparing the two games, trying to express how Torchlight 2 is better and why they should buy it instead or in addition. Also I made it because I knew it would cause butthurt, and I like causing butthurt every now and then. You're welcome to like your game, but know that I don't agree with you, and honestly that's fine, but don't come on my profile and try to say I'm so completely and absolutely wrong about everything, and that you're right and just and true. Hell, only four or five of my points aren't 100% truth, but even then still partially true. The only completely false one is 11 hours of gameplay. That one is obviously false, considering it takes between 14-27 hours to beat the campaign on Normal. None of them are based on opinion though, except maybe the legalized gold selling, but it's still kinda true.

Additionally, I'm not just supporting Torchlight 2. Grim Dawn, Titan Quest, Path of Exile, also have my support, though some of them are better than others. *cough* Grim Dawn *cough*
User avatar #17 - gaikang (05/22/2012) [-]
Diablo III just isn't on the same level of awesome that Diablo II is, at least for me. I'll say it for a fifth time since you keep passing over it, but both games are fun, it's just I find Diablo II to be more fun and of greater overall quality. That is not how sequels are supposed to work. You take the success and feedback of a previous title, and build the next game trying to fix everything wrong and improve/add to what you've already got. That doesn't happen with Diablo III.

There may very well be some people who worked on Diablo II that are now working on Diablo III, however the three people who actually matter have nothing to do with that game.

I don't WANT there to be a problem with Diablo 3, there just are problems with Diablo 3. Gameplay that while at first is quite fun, eventually gets very boring because there is little variety. Also, there is very minimal character customization and minimal map randomization, so replaying isn't that interesting. Finally, a complete lack of LAN and Mods is extremely disappointing. Both can be enjoyable features if applied correctly, and both were in the previous titles. The lack of Mods is not nitpicking, bloody hell. It would be nitpicking if I complained about the lack of hats or the UI. A massive feature exclusion that greatly influenced many people's experience is not in the category of nitpicking. If I was nitpicking, I would have pointed out the weapon name system that makes Great Greataxes and Rares better than Legendaries. That's something that doesn't actually influence enjoyment and will eventually be fixed, or will be fine unadjusted, and as such is nitpicking. Complaining about an enjoyable/defining feature from a previous title being removed for the sake of using the DRM system easier is not nitpicking.

Also, how am I the one using nonanalytic thinking? You dismiss everything I say as one individuals criticisms that have absolutely no merit, and acting like you're almighty and completely correct.
#11 - >Diablo 2's randomization wasn't nothing impressive so I ha…  [+] (7 new replies) 05/22/2012 on gaikang's profile 0
User avatar #12 - stebok (05/22/2012) [-]
>What are these bugs do you speak of? I only experienced 2 or 3 in the first day and they have been fixed within the first week of its release. The only real issue that needs to be noted was the Australia incident with their accounts, but Blizzard redeemed themselves by releasing Diablo 3 for free.

>Replay ability is essential on what class you chose, not just the level of difficulty. Diablo 2 worked the same way. The first 30 levels is the development of your character's skills, abilities and equipment. Beyond normal difficulty, the rest is the quality of your skill build and how you use them to your maximum potential. In my opinion Diablo 3 offers much more strategies with character skills than Diablo 2 did, which ultimately adds more replay ability with the same class, but I digress.

>Diablo 2 became very well known for selling items for real money in the past 5 years. If Blizzard would have known this was going to happen when they were making Diablo 2 they probably would have added an AH support system as they did in Diablo 3. I do admit and agree with you that Blizzard is making a profit off this, no doubt. But keep in mind that even if Diablo 3 had no AH support, an amateur website would have done the same with not trust or security.
So I either choose between Blizzard or a sketchy website to use a real money AH. I choose Blizzard.

[Continued Below]
User avatar #13 - stebok (05/22/2012) [-]
The fact that you are comparing Diablo 3 as being trashy to Diablo 2 is a joke. People make up these facts that they think exist, that Diablo 2 was a perfect game with absolutely no problems. Diablo 2 isn't sacred, and certainly not perfect. I even remember at the prime of Diablo 2, Battle.net servers had to be shut down and improved due to the 8 million people that were playing it. I remember when I first played Diablo 2 in early 2002 the game had plenty of bugs and problems, more than I can list off the top of my head. I think its fine that you don't like Diablo 3 but don't sit here and try to convince me that Diablo 2 was superior in every way shape and form.

Thank you for your time :D
#14 - gaikang (05/22/2012) [-]
"...Blizzard Activision quite possibly did not start development themselves until 5-6 years ago..." -gaikang

"You do realize that Blizzard Entertainment practically started over from scratch, thus giving it a 5-6 year period of development, right?" -stebok

Despite having said so in the very comment you responded to, I clearly don't realize.

I stopped reading at the part where you claimed the developers of Diablo II were invited to work on Diablo III and implied that they worked on it, because Max Schaefer, Erich Schaefer, and David Brevik had nothing to do with Diablo III, and I knew the rest of this would be more mindless defense of everything. I'm going to guess you say that no one uses LAN anymore, modding is just for cheaters and none of them are good, that you pretty much experienced no problems, and that character customization is overrated. I admitted the game is fun, but it just isn't a legitimate Diablo II sequel, and your ability to refuse even slight admission is incredible. Just get off the computer and get back to sucking Robert Kotick's cock, because this clearly isn't going to go anywhere.

Diablo II isn't perfect at all, but to a lot of people it is sacred, and Diablo III isn't as good as a modern sequel to such a game should be. They're welcome to make whatever they want or even nothing at all, but don't think I'll like it just because it's got the Diablo brand attached to it.
User avatar #16 - stebok (05/22/2012) [-]
If I am not mistaken, this is the video where Jay Wilson discusses the return of Blizzard North members returning as lead developers for Diablo 3, way back in 2009.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=4-dg36jjRpg
User avatar #15 - stebok (05/22/2012) [-]
>Mods are awesome. I welcome them any day. However, a game doesn't need mods in order to be successful or likable. Like I said before, you are just nitpicking.
>Only games I can see needing LAN are tournament/eSport games. Shame SC2 doesn't have it.
>Character customization is preferable to any gamer. The Diablo franchise was never about customization in the first place.

Your 'entitled opinion' is that you want there to be a problem with Diablo 3, so you treat Diablo 2 as if something sacred while bashing Diablo 3, just like a brony would retaliate against a hater of MLP. You nitpick any reason to not accept the game, thus your argument(s) lack any analytic thinking. I understand that the internet is a playground for intuitive thinkers like yourself but there is no reason to spam endless charts that are entirely wrong about Diablo 3 while simultaneously supporting Torchlight 2. We get it bro, you are a rebellious kid rooting for the underdog game and that in your perspective Blizzard/Activision must pay for bastardizing the Diablo franchise. Please go back to /v/
User avatar #18 - gaikang (05/22/2012) [-]
Also, I'm not simply supporting Torchlight 2, "because it's the underdog." It was started by two high-profile game developers and has had great success with it's first title. Not very "underdog." Anyway, I'm supporting Torchlight 2 because, *gasp*, it's a better game in my opinion. I enjoyed playing it far more and it has many more enjoyable features from my perspective. I might not be completely right, but that's how I see it. I think people should buy it, and think people should not buy Diablo III. As such, I made an undeniably biased chart comparing the two games, trying to express how Torchlight 2 is better and why they should buy it instead or in addition. Also I made it because I knew it would cause butthurt, and I like causing butthurt every now and then. You're welcome to like your game, but know that I don't agree with you, and honestly that's fine, but don't come on my profile and try to say I'm so completely and absolutely wrong about everything, and that you're right and just and true. Hell, only four or five of my points aren't 100% truth, but even then still partially true. The only completely false one is 11 hours of gameplay. That one is obviously false, considering it takes between 14-27 hours to beat the campaign on Normal. None of them are based on opinion though, except maybe the legalized gold selling, but it's still kinda true.

Additionally, I'm not just supporting Torchlight 2. Grim Dawn, Titan Quest, Path of Exile, also have my support, though some of them are better than others. *cough* Grim Dawn *cough*
User avatar #17 - gaikang (05/22/2012) [-]
Diablo III just isn't on the same level of awesome that Diablo II is, at least for me. I'll say it for a fifth time since you keep passing over it, but both games are fun, it's just I find Diablo II to be more fun and of greater overall quality. That is not how sequels are supposed to work. You take the success and feedback of a previous title, and build the next game trying to fix everything wrong and improve/add to what you've already got. That doesn't happen with Diablo III.

There may very well be some people who worked on Diablo II that are now working on Diablo III, however the three people who actually matter have nothing to do with that game.

I don't WANT there to be a problem with Diablo 3, there just are problems with Diablo 3. Gameplay that while at first is quite fun, eventually gets very boring because there is little variety. Also, there is very minimal character customization and minimal map randomization, so replaying isn't that interesting. Finally, a complete lack of LAN and Mods is extremely disappointing. Both can be enjoyable features if applied correctly, and both were in the previous titles. The lack of Mods is not nitpicking, bloody hell. It would be nitpicking if I complained about the lack of hats or the UI. A massive feature exclusion that greatly influenced many people's experience is not in the category of nitpicking. If I was nitpicking, I would have pointed out the weapon name system that makes Great Greataxes and Rares better than Legendaries. That's something that doesn't actually influence enjoyment and will eventually be fixed, or will be fine unadjusted, and as such is nitpicking. Complaining about an enjoyable/defining feature from a previous title being removed for the sake of using the DRM system easier is not nitpicking.

Also, how am I the one using nonanalytic thinking? You dismiss everything I say as one individuals criticisms that have absolutely no merit, and acting like you're almighty and completely correct.
#10 - >Character customization, as in not being able to click one…  [+] (8 new replies) 05/22/2012 on gaikang's profile 0
User avatar #11 - stebok (05/22/2012) [-]
>Diablo 2's randomization wasn't nothing impressive so I have no idea why you are acknowledging it. In fact, if you even played Diablo 2, you would remember the countless areas that had no randomization at all, most notably Act 5; 80% of Act 5 had no randomization. The randomization in Act 3 was also completely incoherent. In Diablo 3, after playing through each act at least 10 times already, I have experienced much randomization. Act 1 wasn't that randomized in my opinion but the rest was pretty good.

>Are you seriously complaining about no LAN? Wow. Boohoo, how are you ever going to play the game? Seriously though, I have not met a single person at this day in age that still uses LAN as a primary internet connection for their video games.

>Now you are complaining that the game has no mods? The mods in Diablo 2 were amateur at their finest and had no support by Blizzard, so it's not like Blizzard broke any sort of commitment. Not to mention the fact that there is no staple in the gaming industry that mods must be available and supported. And Diablo 2 was never supposed to have mods, dupes, bots and hacks in the first place. There were so many patch updates over the past decade to help diminish all those 'illegal' items and mods that leaked into closed battle.net.

>You clearly have no idea how servers work. All that pressure from thousands, if not millions, of people trying to log in at midnight will put stress on any server, no matter what the game or who the company is. Why complain? This was inevitable; the same thing happened to Cataclysm and Starcraft 2 due to the sheer amount of people/fans who tried to log in at midnight. The Diablo 3 servers were down for the first two days (and probably less than 24 hours total) and Blizzard fixed it and the servers have been perfectly fine ever since. No one will even remember the error 37 issue by next year, as it only lasted for a few hours. People lose their minds when things don't go according to plan.

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User avatar #12 - stebok (05/22/2012) [-]
>What are these bugs do you speak of? I only experienced 2 or 3 in the first day and they have been fixed within the first week of its release. The only real issue that needs to be noted was the Australia incident with their accounts, but Blizzard redeemed themselves by releasing Diablo 3 for free.

>Replay ability is essential on what class you chose, not just the level of difficulty. Diablo 2 worked the same way. The first 30 levels is the development of your character's skills, abilities and equipment. Beyond normal difficulty, the rest is the quality of your skill build and how you use them to your maximum potential. In my opinion Diablo 3 offers much more strategies with character skills than Diablo 2 did, which ultimately adds more replay ability with the same class, but I digress.

>Diablo 2 became very well known for selling items for real money in the past 5 years. If Blizzard would have known this was going to happen when they were making Diablo 2 they probably would have added an AH support system as they did in Diablo 3. I do admit and agree with you that Blizzard is making a profit off this, no doubt. But keep in mind that even if Diablo 3 had no AH support, an amateur website would have done the same with not trust or security.
So I either choose between Blizzard or a sketchy website to use a real money AH. I choose Blizzard.

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User avatar #13 - stebok (05/22/2012) [-]
The fact that you are comparing Diablo 3 as being trashy to Diablo 2 is a joke. People make up these facts that they think exist, that Diablo 2 was a perfect game with absolutely no problems. Diablo 2 isn't sacred, and certainly not perfect. I even remember at the prime of Diablo 2, Battle.net servers had to be shut down and improved due to the 8 million people that were playing it. I remember when I first played Diablo 2 in early 2002 the game had plenty of bugs and problems, more than I can list off the top of my head. I think its fine that you don't like Diablo 3 but don't sit here and try to convince me that Diablo 2 was superior in every way shape and form.

Thank you for your time :D
#14 - gaikang (05/22/2012) [-]
"...Blizzard Activision quite possibly did not start development themselves until 5-6 years ago..." -gaikang

"You do realize that Blizzard Entertainment practically started over from scratch, thus giving it a 5-6 year period of development, right?" -stebok

Despite having said so in the very comment you responded to, I clearly don't realize.

I stopped reading at the part where you claimed the developers of Diablo II were invited to work on Diablo III and implied that they worked on it, because Max Schaefer, Erich Schaefer, and David Brevik had nothing to do with Diablo III, and I knew the rest of this would be more mindless defense of everything. I'm going to guess you say that no one uses LAN anymore, modding is just for cheaters and none of them are good, that you pretty much experienced no problems, and that character customization is overrated. I admitted the game is fun, but it just isn't a legitimate Diablo II sequel, and your ability to refuse even slight admission is incredible. Just get off the computer and get back to sucking Robert Kotick's cock, because this clearly isn't going to go anywhere.

Diablo II isn't perfect at all, but to a lot of people it is sacred, and Diablo III isn't as good as a modern sequel to such a game should be. They're welcome to make whatever they want or even nothing at all, but don't think I'll like it just because it's got the Diablo brand attached to it.
User avatar #16 - stebok (05/22/2012) [-]
If I am not mistaken, this is the video where Jay Wilson discusses the return of Blizzard North members returning as lead developers for Diablo 3, way back in 2009.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=4-dg36jjRpg
User avatar #15 - stebok (05/22/2012) [-]
>Mods are awesome. I welcome them any day. However, a game doesn't need mods in order to be successful or likable. Like I said before, you are just nitpicking.
>Only games I can see needing LAN are tournament/eSport games. Shame SC2 doesn't have it.
>Character customization is preferable to any gamer. The Diablo franchise was never about customization in the first place.

Your 'entitled opinion' is that you want there to be a problem with Diablo 3, so you treat Diablo 2 as if something sacred while bashing Diablo 3, just like a brony would retaliate against a hater of MLP. You nitpick any reason to not accept the game, thus your argument(s) lack any analytic thinking. I understand that the internet is a playground for intuitive thinkers like yourself but there is no reason to spam endless charts that are entirely wrong about Diablo 3 while simultaneously supporting Torchlight 2. We get it bro, you are a rebellious kid rooting for the underdog game and that in your perspective Blizzard/Activision must pay for bastardizing the Diablo franchise. Please go back to /v/
User avatar #18 - gaikang (05/22/2012) [-]
Also, I'm not simply supporting Torchlight 2, "because it's the underdog." It was started by two high-profile game developers and has had great success with it's first title. Not very "underdog." Anyway, I'm supporting Torchlight 2 because, *gasp*, it's a better game in my opinion. I enjoyed playing it far more and it has many more enjoyable features from my perspective. I might not be completely right, but that's how I see it. I think people should buy it, and think people should not buy Diablo III. As such, I made an undeniably biased chart comparing the two games, trying to express how Torchlight 2 is better and why they should buy it instead or in addition. Also I made it because I knew it would cause butthurt, and I like causing butthurt every now and then. You're welcome to like your game, but know that I don't agree with you, and honestly that's fine, but don't come on my profile and try to say I'm so completely and absolutely wrong about everything, and that you're right and just and true. Hell, only four or five of my points aren't 100% truth, but even then still partially true. The only completely false one is 11 hours of gameplay. That one is obviously false, considering it takes between 14-27 hours to beat the campaign on Normal. None of them are based on opinion though, except maybe the legalized gold selling, but it's still kinda true.

Additionally, I'm not just supporting Torchlight 2. Grim Dawn, Titan Quest, Path of Exile, also have my support, though some of them are better than others. *cough* Grim Dawn *cough*
User avatar #17 - gaikang (05/22/2012) [-]
Diablo III just isn't on the same level of awesome that Diablo II is, at least for me. I'll say it for a fifth time since you keep passing over it, but both games are fun, it's just I find Diablo II to be more fun and of greater overall quality. That is not how sequels are supposed to work. You take the success and feedback of a previous title, and build the next game trying to fix everything wrong and improve/add to what you've already got. That doesn't happen with Diablo III.

There may very well be some people who worked on Diablo II that are now working on Diablo III, however the three people who actually matter have nothing to do with that game.

I don't WANT there to be a problem with Diablo 3, there just are problems with Diablo 3. Gameplay that while at first is quite fun, eventually gets very boring because there is little variety. Also, there is very minimal character customization and minimal map randomization, so replaying isn't that interesting. Finally, a complete lack of LAN and Mods is extremely disappointing. Both can be enjoyable features if applied correctly, and both were in the previous titles. The lack of Mods is not nitpicking, bloody hell. It would be nitpicking if I complained about the lack of hats or the UI. A massive feature exclusion that greatly influenced many people's experience is not in the category of nitpicking. If I was nitpicking, I would have pointed out the weapon name system that makes Great Greataxes and Rares better than Legendaries. That's something that doesn't actually influence enjoyment and will eventually be fixed, or will be fine unadjusted, and as such is nitpicking. Complaining about an enjoyable/defining feature from a previous title being removed for the sake of using the DRM system easier is not nitpicking.

Also, how am I the one using nonanalytic thinking? You dismiss everything I say as one individuals criticisms that have absolutely no merit, and acting like you're almighty and completely correct.
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User avatar #10 - stebok (05/22/2012) [-]
>Character customization, as in not being able to click one measly button for attributes or skills? And are you seriously comparing the D3 attribute system to the D2's? Customizations for attributes were completely up to the player in D2, which is what seems to anger most players about Diablo 3 not having freedom in the attribute system. But at what point were you ever going to use Strength in a Necromancer for him to use a sword & shield? At what point would you put in Dexterity in a Sorceress for her to use a bow & arrows? Diablo 2's attribute system was complete garbage if you really think about it. I distinctly remember it being a pain in the butt to get my level 90 sorceress to wear elite armor because it required 150 strength when my sorceress had only 60 strength; high level gear is literally forcing me to put stats into an attribute I have absolutely no use for. I needed +str charms or equipment to boost my strength so I could fit my sorceress in decent armor, which is absolutely ridiculous. Some weapons even required high strength + high dexterity, which was an even much harder task to accomplish.

There really is not a logical reason in adding customization for your character's attributes when you have a basic staple for specific classes, such as Warriors = Strength, Spellcasters = Intelligence, etc. It would be borderline dumb to customize it any other way. If you are seriously butthurt that you can't put 200 strength attributes points into your Witch Doctor, I'm worried about you. The attribute system is by far the most thought-out system that has been implemented into Diablo 3.

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User avatar #11 - stebok (05/22/2012) [-]
>Diablo 2's randomization wasn't nothing impressive so I have no idea why you are acknowledging it. In fact, if you even played Diablo 2, you would remember the countless areas that had no randomization at all, most notably Act 5; 80% of Act 5 had no randomization. The randomization in Act 3 was also completely incoherent. In Diablo 3, after playing through each act at least 10 times already, I have experienced much randomization. Act 1 wasn't that randomized in my opinion but the rest was pretty good.

>Are you seriously complaining about no LAN? Wow. Boohoo, how are you ever going to play the game? Seriously though, I have not met a single person at this day in age that still uses LAN as a primary internet connection for their video games.

>Now you are complaining that the game has no mods? The mods in Diablo 2 were amateur at their finest and had no support by Blizzard, so it's not like Blizzard broke any sort of commitment. Not to mention the fact that there is no staple in the gaming industry that mods must be available and supported. And Diablo 2 was never supposed to have mods, dupes, bots and hacks in the first place. There were so many patch updates over the past decade to help diminish all those 'illegal' items and mods that leaked into closed battle.net.

>You clearly have no idea how servers work. All that pressure from thousands, if not millions, of people trying to log in at midnight will put stress on any server, no matter what the game or who the company is. Why complain? This was inevitable; the same thing happened to Cataclysm and Starcraft 2 due to the sheer amount of people/fans who tried to log in at midnight. The Diablo 3 servers were down for the first two days (and probably less than 24 hours total) and Blizzard fixed it and the servers have been perfectly fine ever since. No one will even remember the error 37 issue by next year, as it only lasted for a few hours. People lose their minds when things don't go according to plan.

[Cont Below]
User avatar #12 - stebok (05/22/2012) [-]
>What are these bugs do you speak of? I only experienced 2 or 3 in the first day and they have been fixed within the first week of its release. The only real issue that needs to be noted was the Australia incident with their accounts, but Blizzard redeemed themselves by releasing Diablo 3 for free.

>Replay ability is essential on what class you chose, not just the level of difficulty. Diablo 2 worked the same way. The first 30 levels is the development of your character's skills, abilities and equipment. Beyond normal difficulty, the rest is the quality of your skill build and how you use them to your maximum potential. In my opinion Diablo 3 offers much more strategies with character skills than Diablo 2 did, which ultimately adds more replay ability with the same class, but I digress.

>Diablo 2 became very well known for selling items for real money in the past 5 years. If Blizzard would have known this was going to happen when they were making Diablo 2 they probably would have added an AH support system as they did in Diablo 3. I do admit and agree with you that Blizzard is making a profit off this, no doubt. But keep in mind that even if Diablo 3 had no AH support, an amateur website would have done the same with not trust or security.
So I either choose between Blizzard or a sketchy website to use a real money AH. I choose Blizzard.

[Continued Below]
User avatar #13 - stebok (05/22/2012) [-]
The fact that you are comparing Diablo 3 as being trashy to Diablo 2 is a joke. People make up these facts that they think exist, that Diablo 2 was a perfect game with absolutely no problems. Diablo 2 isn't sacred, and certainly not perfect. I even remember at the prime of Diablo 2, Battle.net servers had to be shut down and improved due to the 8 million people that were playing it. I remember when I first played Diablo 2 in early 2002 the game had plenty of bugs and problems, more than I can list off the top of my head. I think its fine that you don't like Diablo 3 but don't sit here and try to convince me that Diablo 2 was superior in every way shape and form.

Thank you for your time :D
#14 - gaikang (05/22/2012) [-]
"...Blizzard Activision quite possibly did not start development themselves until 5-6 years ago..." -gaikang

"You do realize that Blizzard Entertainment practically started over from scratch, thus giving it a 5-6 year period of development, right?" -stebok

Despite having said so in the very comment you responded to, I clearly don't realize.

I stopped reading at the part where you claimed the developers of Diablo II were invited to work on Diablo III and implied that they worked on it, because Max Schaefer, Erich Schaefer, and David Brevik had nothing to do with Diablo III, and I knew the rest of this would be more mindless defense of everything. I'm going to guess you say that no one uses LAN anymore, modding is just for cheaters and none of them are good, that you pretty much experienced no problems, and that character customization is overrated. I admitted the game is fun, but it just isn't a legitimate Diablo II sequel, and your ability to refuse even slight admission is incredible. Just get off the computer and get back to sucking Robert Kotick's cock, because this clearly isn't going to go anywhere.

Diablo II isn't perfect at all, but to a lot of people it is sacred, and Diablo III isn't as good as a modern sequel to such a game should be. They're welcome to make whatever they want or even nothing at all, but don't think I'll like it just because it's got the Diablo brand attached to it.
User avatar #16 - stebok (05/22/2012) [-]
If I am not mistaken, this is the video where Jay Wilson discusses the return of Blizzard North members returning as lead developers for Diablo 3, way back in 2009.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=4-dg36jjRpg
User avatar #15 - stebok (05/22/2012) [-]
>Mods are awesome. I welcome them any day. However, a game doesn't need mods in order to be successful or likable. Like I said before, you are just nitpicking.
>Only games I can see needing LAN are tournament/eSport games. Shame SC2 doesn't have it.
>Character customization is preferable to any gamer. The Diablo franchise was never about customization in the first place.

Your 'entitled opinion' is that you want there to be a problem with Diablo 3, so you treat Diablo 2 as if something sacred while bashing Diablo 3, just like a brony would retaliate against a hater of MLP. You nitpick any reason to not accept the game, thus your argument(s) lack any analytic thinking. I understand that the internet is a playground for intuitive thinkers like yourself but there is no reason to spam endless charts that are entirely wrong about Diablo 3 while simultaneously supporting Torchlight 2. We get it bro, you are a rebellious kid rooting for the underdog game and that in your perspective Blizzard/Activision must pay for bastardizing the Diablo franchise. Please go back to /v/
User avatar #18 - gaikang (05/22/2012) [-]
Also, I'm not simply supporting Torchlight 2, "because it's the underdog." It was started by two high-profile game developers and has had great success with it's first title. Not very "underdog." Anyway, I'm supporting Torchlight 2 because, *gasp*, it's a better game in my opinion. I enjoyed playing it far more and it has many more enjoyable features from my perspective. I might not be completely right, but that's how I see it. I think people should buy it, and think people should not buy Diablo III. As such, I made an undeniably biased chart comparing the two games, trying to express how Torchlight 2 is better and why they should buy it instead or in addition. Also I made it because I knew it would cause butthurt, and I like causing butthurt every now and then. You're welcome to like your game, but know that I don't agree with you, and honestly that's fine, but don't come on my profile and try to say I'm so completely and absolutely wrong about everything, and that you're right and just and true. Hell, only four or five of my points aren't 100% truth, but even then still partially true. The only completely false one is 11 hours of gameplay. That one is obviously false, considering it takes between 14-27 hours to beat the campaign on Normal. None of them are based on opinion though, except maybe the legalized gold selling, but it's still kinda true.

Additionally, I'm not just supporting Torchlight 2. Grim Dawn, Titan Quest, Path of Exile, also have my support, though some of them are better than others. *cough* Grim Dawn *cough*
User avatar #17 - gaikang (05/22/2012) [-]
Diablo III just isn't on the same level of awesome that Diablo II is, at least for me. I'll say it for a fifth time since you keep passing over it, but both games are fun, it's just I find Diablo II to be more fun and of greater overall quality. That is not how sequels are supposed to work. You take the success and feedback of a previous title, and build the next game trying to fix everything wrong and improve/add to what you've already got. That doesn't happen with Diablo III.

There may very well be some people who worked on Diablo II that are now working on Diablo III, however the three people who actually matter have nothing to do with that game.

I don't WANT there to be a problem with Diablo 3, there just are problems with Diablo 3. Gameplay that while at first is quite fun, eventually gets very boring because there is little variety. Also, there is very minimal character customization and minimal map randomization, so replaying isn't that interesting. Finally, a complete lack of LAN and Mods is extremely disappointing. Both can be enjoyable features if applied correctly, and both were in the previous titles. The lack of Mods is not nitpicking, bloody hell. It would be nitpicking if I complained about the lack of hats or the UI. A massive feature exclusion that greatly influenced many people's experience is not in the category of nitpicking. If I was nitpicking, I would have pointed out the weapon name system that makes Great Greataxes and Rares better than Legendaries. That's something that doesn't actually influence enjoyment and will eventually be fixed, or will be fine unadjusted, and as such is nitpicking. Complaining about an enjoyable/defining feature from a previous title being removed for the sake of using the DRM system easier is not nitpicking.

Also, how am I the one using nonanalytic thinking? You dismiss everything I say as one individuals criticisms that have absolutely no merit, and acting like you're almighty and completely correct.
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User avatar #6 - gaikang (05/21/2012) [-]
Just my opinion, but it's not worthy of being considered a Diablo II sequel. I think it has decent gameplay and such, but Blizzard Activision bogs it down so much with how much content they held back, and how little this game has after 10 years of development. Sure, it's got nice cinematics, but that's the only thing it's got over other recent games of the genre, which were mostly made by small developers in the course of three or so years. I don't hate Diablo III, I hate what Diablo III represents. The constant and increasing cheapening of game development that large developers partake of, year after year.
User avatar #7 - stebok (05/21/2012) [-]
I'm a little baffled on some of the stuff you wrote.

1) How did they 'bog it down' and 'held back'? D3 feels fine to me and lives up the expectations.

2) Why do you think the game took a decade to develop? It was much less than that, around 5-6 years (which was in between all the work Blizzard was focusing on WoW & SC2)

Please elaborate further on these questions.

P.S. A common routine on /vg/ for newfags is bashing D3 and to acknowledge TL2. It is probably where you got that 'D3 vs TL2' jpg. because I've seen it on the forum boards several times. /v/ has started to develop the same routine as well.
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User avatar #4 - gaikang (05/21/2012) [-]
I don't understand why you don't hate Diablo 3 more.
User avatar #5 - stebok (05/21/2012) [-]
Would you care to elaborate?
User avatar #6 - gaikang (05/21/2012) [-]
Just my opinion, but it's not worthy of being considered a Diablo II sequel. I think it has decent gameplay and such, but Blizzard Activision bogs it down so much with how much content they held back, and how little this game has after 10 years of development. Sure, it's got nice cinematics, but that's the only thing it's got over other recent games of the genre, which were mostly made by small developers in the course of three or so years. I don't hate Diablo III, I hate what Diablo III represents. The constant and increasing cheapening of game development that large developers partake of, year after year.
User avatar #7 - stebok (05/21/2012) [-]
I'm a little baffled on some of the stuff you wrote.

1) How did they 'bog it down' and 'held back'? D3 feels fine to me and lives up the expectations.

2) Why do you think the game took a decade to develop? It was much less than that, around 5-6 years (which was in between all the work Blizzard was focusing on WoW & SC2)

Please elaborate further on these questions.

P.S. A common routine on /vg/ for newfags is bashing D3 and to acknowledge TL2. It is probably where you got that 'D3 vs TL2' jpg. because I've seen it on the forum boards several times. /v/ has started to develop the same routine as well.
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#48 - grandtheftkoala **User deleted account** (09/11/2013) [-]
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User avatar #44 - bayakpo **User deleted account** (01/25/2013) [-]
I remember you posting something about random deaf facts, I had to come back and reread it. Pretty cool stuff OP! So what games do you currently own now on steam? =O
User avatar #45 to #44 - stebok (01/25/2013) [-]
I've tried Dota 2, CS, TF2, Portal, Half-Life 2, Garry's Mod, and more. You?
User avatar #46 to #45 - bayakpo **User deleted account** (01/25/2013) [-]
I watch a bunch of SC2, cant wait for HOTS to come out. Play chess online. Dota 2 and League a lil (though I suck at it), Portal, a bunch of console games on the N64, GBA and Xbox. Some MMORPG like Maplestory, Runescape and Ragnarok. You play portal 2 yet?
User avatar #47 to #46 - bayakpo **User deleted account** (01/25/2013) [-]
I also play TF2 and just Half Life (not half life 2). Dude I used to be a gamer man. A bunch of shit!
User avatar #38 - LordChukeNorres (07/13/2012) [-]
So just wondering, do you think in english or..wut.?
User avatar #39 to #39 - stebok (07/13/2012) [-]
I don't really know how to answer that question. Does anyone for that matter - hearing or deaf - think in English? If I think of bread, I imagine a loaf of bread. If I think of taking a piss, I imagine the toilet. If I think Batman, I imagine dressing in a cape and suit, jumping over roof tops, and other badass stuff.

The only time I think of the English language is when I'm trying to speak it, which is of course difficult sometimes since I am deaf.
#42 to #40 - LordChukeNorres (07/17/2012) [-]
Fascinating.

Pic is completely unrelated, I picked it at random.
User avatar #37 - rohze (07/13/2012) [-]
Hey dude, I saw that you're a Daimond Protoss. Would you mind giving some free lessons to a Gold toss? :P
User avatar #40 to #38 - stebok (07/13/2012) [-]
You must construct additional pylons.
User avatar #43 to #40 - rohze (07/23/2012) [-]
Every. fucking, time. :(
User avatar #34 - corpsebride (07/12/2012) [-]
Hi! Just wondering, you are fluent in sign language, correct? I have been wanting to learn for quite some time. I know the alphabet, and some minor signs. My neighbor is mostly deaf. He doesn't know sign language, but has to learn for his first year of highschool. Is it easy to remember?
User avatar #36 to #35 - stebok (07/13/2012) [-]
To answer your question "Is it easy to remember?", it depends on the person. A lot of people are different when it comes to formal education, and in this case it would be learning Sign Language. If your neighbor is someone who is a Visual learner (as opposed to an Auditory learner) then they might find it easier. Also, the younger that person is the easier it is for them to learn a language. If you want to help your neighbor I would suggest that you both learn sign language and practice it everyday.
User avatar #41 to #37 - corpsebride (07/13/2012) [-]
Thank you, that helps alot. I'm more a visual learner myself, and I tend to learn fairly quickly. So, I think I'll work on it some more.
#33 - anonymous (07/12/2012) [-]
seen a repost about you being deaf just going to ask about starcraft and since you're deaf you must miss drops sometimes :P
User avatar #35 to #34 - stebok (07/13/2012) [-]
It used to happen a lot when I first started playing back in 2010. I'd look over to my main base and see 16 marines in my mineral line and all my probes dead. However I've improved my gameplay and can spot drops coming on the minimap and I am able to react in time.
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User avatar #31 to #31 - stebok (07/12/2012) [-]
Too many.
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User avatar #29 - blacnarf (04/02/2012) [-]
Just found out someone reposted your content (Insert Slowpoke.jpg) but don't worry bro, I got your back, check out his repost comments.
User avatar #24 - nippuhl (03/26/2012) [-]
Are you really deaf?
User avatar #25 to #25 - stebok (03/26/2012) [-]
No, I'm actually blind. You caught me.
User avatar #26 to #26 - nippuhl (03/26/2012) [-]
Oh you, but anyway, that dick fondler reposted your OC.
User avatar #27 to #27 - stebok (03/26/2012) [-]
Yeah I already sent a PM to him. Thank you for spreading the awareness. :)
User avatar #28 to #28 - nippuhl (03/26/2012) [-]
No prob :D
User avatar #19 - myfacewhenyourface (08/12/2011) [-]
Bro, you should record yourself signing.
User avatar #20 to #19 - stebok (08/12/2011) [-]
I'm poor; can't afford a cam-recorder. I do, however, have a webcam and I've been in the FJ cam-channel before and was signing to people. You shoulda seen it.
User avatar #21 to #20 - myfacewhenyourface (08/12/2011) [-]
Aw, bro, you gotta hit a deaf brotha up when you cam-channel again
#14 - MidgetInABikini (08/10/2011) [-]
So... um...  
What's your favorite song?
So... um...
What's your favorite song?
#15 to #14 - stebok (08/10/2011) [-]
I aint even mad.
I aint even mad.
#16 to #15 - MidgetInABikini (08/10/2011) [-]
But on a serious note, do you feel weird when people you know are talking about music?
User avatar #17 to #16 - stebok (08/10/2011) [-]
No. It's pretty much the same feeling when someone talks about a subject I care little about or know nothing about. I simply don't engage in the conversation. Understand? :P
User avatar #12 - xGODx (08/09/2011) [-]
so are you deaf or not, because your comment says otherwise?
User avatar #13 to #12 - stebok (08/10/2011) [-]
Yes I am deaf. I wish there were a prove to it. :/

I understand that the comment I made made in the thread made it seem like I was hearing, but as I addressed in the thread later on, I am actually deaf. I'm sorry if i've confused you. Didn't mean for this to happen. :(
#8 - Robrey (07/20/2011) [-]
SCV's good to go, sir!
User avatar #6 - fhockeygirl (06/25/2011) [-]
hey there new friend ^_^
User avatar #5 - HoliestCow (06/23/2011) [-]
I was just curious as to what language you think in? Or do you think in images? Or?
#9 to #5 - Jakobizer (07/28/2011) [-]
I would thumb this to space if I could. If he can write english, i think he's hearing his thoughs in english
User avatar #10 to #9 - HoliestCow (07/28/2011) [-]
Thanks Jakobizer, I sorta feel like an idiot now. xD
#11 to #10 - Jakobizer (07/28/2011) [-]
It's OK, bro.
User avatar #7 to #5 - goofygooberz (06/28/2011) [-]
What is this, I don't even.
User avatar #2 - Feralizard (06/23/2011) [-]
I'm deaf too.
User avatar #3 to #2 - stebok (06/23/2011) [-]
Were you born deaf?
User avatar #4 to #3 - Feralizard (06/23/2011) [-]
Hearing, then I lost most of it at 2.
#1 - mothermonster (06/22/2011) [-]
why are you so awesome :u
why are you so awesome :u
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