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Tizzy November 18 2012 1:01 AM EST

I used to play battle faries way back when heard about this figured id give it a try.

Demigod November 18 2012 1:42 AM EST

::waves::

Underage Drinking November 18 2012 6:25 AM EST

helllo!

Zenai November 18 2012 8:52 AM EST

Welcome to Carnage Blender Tizzy!

Getting past the Tutorial is half the Battle!

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  • Official FAQ -This Should Answer a Lot of your Questions!
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  • Glossary -This Will help with all of those Acronyms Vets Spout off!
Things You Can Do
Miscellaneous

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Fishead November 18 2012 12:59 PM EST

Hello there.

AdminNightStrike November 18 2012 2:29 PM EST

What's battle fairies?

Zenai November 18 2012 2:41 PM EST

http://everything2.com/title/Battle+Faeries

Closest reference i could find of it :-/

AdminNightStrike November 19 2012 12:14 AM EST

Interesting. You know, there's some really old code that uses the abbreviation "bf" instead of "cb" where I would think the latter would be more appropriate. I assumed that when CB was in the beta stage, it was called Battle Fight or something silly. Hmm...........

laz [Brew Crew Forging Service] November 19 2012 12:36 AM EST

Battle faries was made buy the same guy/s who did dragon bane also I played bf long time ago then dragon bane they are all extremely similar. I know bf and db shared code. I know at one point the db code was stolen when db got hacked.

AdminNightStrike November 19 2012 1:53 AM EST

What were those games like? Were they text-heavy like this game is?

laz [Brew Crew Forging Service] November 19 2012 5:43 AM EST

They were identical in every way. Battle fairies was very basic version. Could hire up to 3 fairies and fight other players and equip armor and weapons. Could win lose or draw up to 50 rounds. Dragon bans same 3 "minions" you could hire. Dragon bane you could be a supporter and get a gold membership that gave you a favorites list and battles up to 100 rounds I think. Had clans etc. This game just takes the next step in evolution.

AdminNightStrike November 19 2012 12:24 PM EST

Do you know who created the game?

laz [Brew Crew Forging Service] November 19 2012 12:38 PM EST

Brandon friend

Fishead November 19 2012 2:59 PM EST


You know, there's some really old code that uses the abbreviation "bf" instead of "cb" where I would think the latter would be more appropriate.

I know bf and db shared code. I know at one point the db code was stolen when db got hacked.

Hmmmm...

QBOddBird November 19 2012 6:47 PM EST

Wow, I had pretty much forgotten Battle Faeries had existed. Welcome to CB.

AdminG Beee November 20 2012 4:23 PM EST

Battlefaeries comes up on our boards every once in a blue moon :)

It was developed by a then start-up web games company called M83.net in Scotland ~2001 and had 18,000 people worldwide playing online. Battlefaeries Turbo (BFT) was supposed to come online with a view to supporting 100k users but never got off the ground for some reason.

I played it until it died way back in the day before CB was born. Some other users played it too although other than Truc I can't remember who.

I always liked the idea of being able to "bench" your faeries on BF and asked Jon for this feature on many threads over the years. He always had a hundred very valid reasons why not to introduce it to CB and I stopped asking after a while :)

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