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The derelict City of New Glasgow Chapter 1: A station in space After finishing the last assignment our group of mercenaries approaches the unknown derelict space station that they´ve found on the mission. From the look of the station it appears to be some sort of mining/research facility and the architecture suggest human design. Judging from the outside it hasn´t been used for ages and there are no signals that anybody on it is still alive that are immediately apparent. The first step will be getting on the space station. The main entrance appears to be open, but there might be better ways to get on the station. Rules: Write in first-person. If you think you can realistically do something (like Watson saying he wants to scan the station), there will be no roll. Feel free to do up to 3 tasks at a time. I will hopefully always be able to resolve your tasks while you are asleep (9-11AM GMT, which should be around midnight PST) If you have to talk with somebody or start a fight I will start a PM, and once we are done talking I will post the entire dialog here (tr1agetr1age might make a separate discord chat for that). If you want to say something out of character use ((text)) if you want your character to say something simply use "text" or 'text' source for picture: http://coolvibe.com/2010/razer-space-station/
This is the beginning of a new series called "Handheld Storytelling" brought to you by Tristan Pope Photography: http://tristanpope.com (timecodes below) In this episode we look at the top 3 Handheld Electronic 3 Axis Gimbal Stabilizers for Smartphones! Shown in this video are: Ikan Fly X3 Plus 3:20 Pros: Gun handle Grip, Carrying Case, Large Battery, Good Feedback in the handle, Passing for the phone. Cons: Has trouble with any attachments with the supplied counterbalance using the iPhone 6S and cannot balance the iPhone 6S PLUS with supplied balance with any attachments, often fails out of balance with quick motions or randomly when the gears lock up. Loud operating noise. Pretty rugged, but seems the gears get a louder the longer you have it. Only one button operation On and Off no extra tilt or pan features. Feiyu Tech G4 8:48 Pros: Very small, solid build, upside down filming, extendable battery and extension rods, can hold attachments placed on the iPhone 6S, very strong motor for fast and quick motions. Cons: Only one button operation, no tilt up or tilt down features. Can only hold the iPhone 6S. The gears seem to struggle the more extensions you place on the rig, which will shake your phone and footage. Zhiyun Z1-Smooth 15:50 Pros: Strongest motor of the three, can have a ton of additional weight added to the provided counterbalance to balance an iPhone 6S plus with ANY attachments(which means the iPhone 6S can add even more, Easy upside down shooting without the need to set a mode for it, Additional panning and tilting via a 3 button system, strong clamp to hold your phone in place, Solid build, extendable battery and extension rods available, as well as a bluetooth remote! Silent operation. Cons: None, this one truly has it all feature wise. Stay tuned for more episodes! If you would like us to review your equipment please contact tristanpope@gmail.com Shot by App Develope...
Welcome to the first episode of Behind the Avatar!
Everyone has a story when it comes to why they game and I find those stories extremely interesting. But often we are hidden behind a nickname and avatar we chose for us in game. The whole point of this is to get an insight into the player... Behind the Avatar!
  • What got you into gaming?
  • Why do you play specific games?
  • Why do you game?
  • What does gaming mean to you?
  • How has gaming helped you in life?
  • And so much more!
This is like clicking a book of lore in a game to get more information about the characters in the world you run around in, but those characters are you! These are meant to be watched or listened to as a podcast. The visuals are there if you want them but it is also a great format for something to toss into your headphones and listen as you go! In this episode we interview MilleudaMilleuda and get some really amazing insight into his gaming life, not only as a gamer but as a gay gamer. Not that this makes it any more or less... anything... but his journey is very interesting and unique for those who have not experienced it. Link referenced in the video: http://alttabme.com/forum/threads/the-girl-gamer-on-the-other-side.3906/ We will be doing many more of these and we wanted to open this up to TAB members first, but welcome anyone to join the series! Come tell us your story and don't forget to let us know what you think of the new format! PM @r1age on the forums if you are interested in joining in!
Found these two episodes of Overwatch Mythbusters. They give some nice out of the box thinking to some of the characters. Can't wait for beta to come back next year!
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IT'S HAPPENING! OUR FIRST EVER SECRET SANTA
The holiday season can mean different things to different people, but one way to celebrate is to be thankful for the special people in our lives. This year we will be coordinating the first AltTabMe Secret Santa, and we invite YOU to participate! Here is how it works: Step 1: Sign-up HERE At NOON on November 25, we will close sign-ups. GabrinarraGabrinarra has graciously offered to randomize us to our "givees" and you will receive a PM from her at some point later in the day/evening. Our goal is for everyone to know who their givee is before the holiday sales start. Step 2: FIND the perfect gift and SEND it Once you have your givee's information, you have until December 11 to ship your gift. Do your best to send these out early so everyone has their gift in time for the holidays! Step 3: RECEIVE your gift! When you open your gift, make sure to come back to this post and write an AMAZING thank you note for your secret Santa. Hopefully you can include some pictures! IMPORTANT RULES TO REMEMBER:
  • Sign-ups close on November 25 by NOON (pacific time)
  • Send your gift by December 11
  • LIMIT your gift...
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So I wanted to make a thread discussing mods we are using for Fallout 4 to help distinguish which ones are worth using and which ones to avoid. Also wanted to discuss potential mods that could make the game interesting / easier / more UI friendly. I just stumbled across a reddit post that linked to a mod that changes the "answer template" to change from the standard yes/no/sarcastic/more info template to actually show what your responses would be. It also changes the layout to format the responses in an easily readable way. http://www.nexusmods.com/fallout4/mods/1235/?
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https://www.amazon.com/review/RTKINSRUHJV3A/ref=cm_cr_rdp_perm This thing is awesome! The easter bunny had a tough time pushing this baby out, but I am glad it did. Cause netflix and the bathtub have never been so rewarding. I no longer have to be drowned out by the bath filling up as I listen to the next episode of The Arrow or House of Cards. Instead I can hear everything super clear this waterproof amplifier for my phone. I can keep the case on the phone and just get more sound through the magic of physics. Check out the video for more details! No brainer for on location places you need a louder sound and don't have power! Watch the video. Seriously. This thing is amazing. I was doubtful going into this. I am completely sold now. Amazing. I am not affiliated with this company and was sent this item for my unbiased review.
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MY 20 TOTALLY BIASED REASONS WHY ULTIMA ONLINE WAS THE GREATEST MMORPG EVER MADE. That’s a title fit for Buzzfeed if I ever heard one. I woke up and the first thing that I thought of was Ultima Online, and I hadn’t played that game in over 10 years, that’s how amazing that game was. This list is based on my experience before 2004, so don’t go out and buy it. So hunker down and take a trip down memory lane with me. 1. House Sieges The original Siege was when a bunch of unaffiliated people would camp outside a house and murder everyone that came out and also tried to push their way in. This was usually done for no purpose other than exacting revenge on a group of douchebags. Often the house would be without any items of value and all resources stored there would be depleted by the time you over took the house. Even more amazing is that house owners could easily locked their doors and teleported away, but instead held their ground so that they can also murder people for their gear. 2. House Placing [​IMG] One of the most unique experiences in any MMORPG or game for that matter is the dreadful house placement battle. The reason that only UO has done this is because it was such a beautiful disaster. One day all the land in UO was open for house placement and one day EVERY SINGLE PLAYER was logged into the server. Just the sheer number of players on at one time was enough to have the server be dreadfully unstable, but now you have every player placing houses into existence out of thin air sending players to essentially DDoS attacking the server after they crashed. It was a painful shit show, but when you logged back in and saw your house waiting, it was the most wonderful moment of your life. 3. House Decorating...
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Why isn't Overwatch free-to-play, and what are Blizzard's plans for DLC? Will Blizzard sell more heroes after launch? That depends. This week, Blizzard announced that its next game, the hero-focused shooter Overwatch, wasn't going to be a free-to-play game. That Blizzard would pursue the business model that it employed with Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft and Heroes of the Storm was a widely held assumption. But game director Jeff Kaplan said there's a good reason Blizzard is releasing Overwatch as a full-priced game. "We really made the decision on the business model based on what we thought was right for the gameplay," Kaplan told Polygon in an interview at BlizzCon. "If you've played a lot of Overwatch, you know that hero-switching [mid-match] is a core part of it — it's a really fun dynamic part. The difference maker between ... Overwatch and other games is the fluidity in the team compositions and matching what the other team's doing. "A lot of the free-to-play models that we were exploring involved people not having access to enough heroes to make those team compositions actually viable. We really didn't want to change the core gameplay and limit it in some way just to make the game free-to-play." MUST READ...