The Mean of CB2? (in General)

Urizen September 4 2005 1:40 AM EDT

I'm sure it's different for different strategy, but on the pack as a whole where is the big seperation for you personally?

Vaynard [Fees Dirt Cheap] September 4 2005 2:03 AM EDT

I'm not exactly sure what you're asking there. Could you rephrase the question? It is late, and maybe I'm misreading it, but currently I can't tell what you're asking at all.

Dragon Slayer September 4 2005 2:26 AM EDT

no vaynard its that what he wrote isnt a coherent sentence

Urizen September 4 2005 2:31 AM EDT

coherency is relative to the beholder.

! Love Barney September 4 2005 2:32 AM EDT

im lost

/me looks at a map

QBBast [Hidden Agenda] September 4 2005 2:40 AM EDT

I am The Mean of CB2.

Vaynard [Fees Dirt Cheap] September 4 2005 2:43 AM EDT

Well, since it looks like you're not going to rephrase, let me answer anyway.

The title is "The Mean of CB2?" Since there is only one number in CB2, which is 2, mathematically 2 would thus be the mean number, being that it is the only number. It is also the mode and median, just so you know.

As for your next question, you say, "I'm sure it's different for different strategy, but on the pack as a whole where is the big seperation for you personally?" As best I can understand it, here goes. The thing that seperates me, personally, from the pack as a whole is the fact that I am indeed only me and my personal self, not an entire pack. I may be one of many CB'ers, but I am still me and act like myself. How this relates to strategy, I'm not sure. Maybe I'm kind of just a single tank kinda person in real life?

This last question could also be interpreted as where do we like to break up and seperate with others? In response to that, I'm not sure where a good spot to tell someone you don't want to see them anymore would be. It's going to hurt if you were close, so probably just whereever you feel most comfortable. Good luck, if this is indeed what you were asking for help with.

QBOddBird September 4 2005 9:55 AM EDT

Vaynard, I don't know if that helped anyone else, but that solves every question I've ever wanted to ask.

/me is deeply ingratiated to you.

AdminShade September 4 2005 10:23 AM EDT

I tend not to listen to the 'best strategy' things, I have my own way of making my character work even if it isn't the best one.

That is what makes it fun for me, just trying to get it work. Of course I still ask for some tweaking help but it will only aid me in my own doings.

That is the separation for me from the pack as a whole.

Stephen Young September 4 2005 11:11 AM EDT

I have an Unarmed Combat strategy that doesn't suck. Well, really it's just a glorified Cone of Cold EETM strategy, but the money I save using UC makes me a Bad-Mama-Jama.

csraven September 4 2005 3:07 PM EDT

"I'm sure it's different for different strategy, but on the pack as a whole where is the big seperation for you personally?" You have stired up many emotions with this question my friend. And the only way i think i could answer you, is with a roar from ancient battlefield long forgotten by the sands of time. I have found many things that bring me to be one of the pack... however, the reason why i play and what seperates me from all the other players, is how much i enjoy the slaughter... and how much i miss the battlefields of old... so thank you for the fond memories...

AdminQBGentlemanLoser [{END}] September 4 2005 5:21 PM EDT

Sutekh can be mean. ;)

But Jon is by far the Mean of CB2!


Urizen September 5 2005 8:43 PM EDT

"Since there is only one number in CB2" Vaynard when I quoted Cb2 I meant the game we play here. Seeing this I'm sure you see the numbers we are dealing with. csraven, we are all killers here wouldn't you agree? I'll see ya on the battlefield :)

As for an answer on my own feelings about the question posed.
Personally, From 700k-1mill and from there up seems to be a big seperation score. It was in CB1 and even with Tattoo's it seems to hold true now.

I believe we are gonna see that seperation to be more and more pronounced until we hit 8-10 billion in item net worth.

The nub and recent store changes could change that prediction. But billion is a big number.

Admin{CB1}Slayer333 [SHIELD] September 5 2005 8:56 PM EDT

One billion net worth has JUST been achieved on Cb1, 8-10B is gonna take quite a while here on Cb2, even with the NUB

Urizen September 5 2005 11:40 PM EDT

I agree, and really looking forward to the future here. Lets see what the future has for us.

Maelstrom September 5 2005 11:50 PM EDT

Are you asking about the meaning of CB2? That's about as hard to answer as the meaning of life! Naturally, each person has a different strategy, so life and CB2 have different meaning to them. And I'd say the separation between real-life and CB2 is starting to blur..

Urizen September 6 2005 12:15 AM EDT

mode and median of CB2, it has been said what it is.

lol the meaning of life is what you wish it to be. It's your world my friend, make of it what you wish.
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