The Iconics 3e 2,239,959 / 2,000,000 (in Off-topic)


DrAcO5676 [The Knighthood III] October 22 2007 2:32 AM EDT

Congrats Nightstrike... finally topping the 2 mil mark ^_~

AdminNightStrike October 22 2007 4:06 AM EDT

Bringing all of my XP together, 1 MPR at a time :)

Godpanda October 22 2007 4:23 AM EDT

You psycho, rofl.

Kong Ming October 22 2007 5:28 AM EDT

You took that long to train just 1 MPR??? ;)

Marlfox [Cult of the Valaraukar] October 22 2007 8:45 AM EDT

Congrats NS, but i liked 1,999,999 MPR better ;)

Flamey October 22 2007 8:55 AM EDT

Uhh congrats for not making progress? :P

Yukk October 22 2007 9:48 AM EDT

Heh, I think he's making Virtual Progress. Lots of stored potential there.

AdminQBnovice [Cult of the Valaraukar] October 22 2007 10:26 AM EDT

he's actually at about 2.3 mil...

AdminNightStrike October 22 2007 1:11 PM EDT

I'm in a weird state wherein the play-by-play suggests that I am limited in what I can train to beat certain people. For instance, to beat Nerevas, I need DM... but I use AMF / EC. To beat several others, I need to hit in ranged against evasions of 5435493857893543, and my WA won't allow it. There's multiple conundrums of this nature that I am trying to work through. Until then, I keep storing my XP. I'm not losing anything, as I'm in the 6 BA range, so I might as well. The rewards are the same if I train or not, as they are based on BA Cost, which is based on VPR.

AdminNightStrike October 22 2007 1:14 PM EDT

1.5m XP into UC, and I picked up Failure :)

One down, many to go....

AdminNightStrike October 22 2007 1:15 PM EDT

What's funny about that is that my PR went down after that train.. I didn't realize that I was over my WA when I was boosting my VB.

AdminNightStrike October 22 2007 1:24 PM EDT

Ok, I can beat Failure now because he's not wearing an Axbow or TSA. Darn.
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