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Apr 3, 2012Minutes* damn typoes in titles.Posted in: Legacy Support
I haven't played Minecraft since beta 1.7, but a few days ago I decided to join some friends. In the meantime, I had bought a new computer, which should be able to run minecraft just fine.
Except it doesn't.
I'll play with perfect FPS for about ten minutes, after that it's down to 1-2 fps and, at times, I can't even close the game normally because I can't even access the menu, much less press anything if I manage to make it show. I tried everything from reinstalling to giving it high priority in processes (Or whatever it's called in English win7). Nothing helps. My netbook runs Minecraft better with its 20 fps or so. :/
Sep 19, 2011(( Sorry for being so inactive! My internet has been down, just got it back today =) Hooray. ))Posted in: Forum Roleplaying
Sara smiled at Danielle when the other woman grimaced in pain; the healer Sara had found for her was an apprentice, and had thus not yet learned how to make his healing painless. Nevertheless, the only sound the other woman uttered was a tiny groan when a cracking sound signified the bone in her leg snapping back into place in order to heal.
She kept rubbing the places the healer had tended to as Sara thanked and paid the healer for his time and throughout the whole walk to the main hall where the King sat.
"You, too, have completed my quest?" the King asked them when they approached. Danielle simply nodded, the situation making her uncomfortable and unwilling to speak.
"Yes, your Majesty." Sara replied, curtsying respectfully. "We present this as proof."
She held up her skull and poked Danielle in order to make her do the same. The King nodded and the servant spoke,
"What are your names, ladies?"
After having both said their names, received the letter and the information that came with it, Danielle and Sara both entered the next hall. Sara was turning the letter around in her hands, studying every detail - Not because she was interested in the envelope, but because the King's words had worried her; what kind of quest could be so serious and secretive that the information was to be handled this way? There was a bad feel about it, definitely a bad feel. Yet, what kind of person wouldn't be just slightly intrigued?
She nodded to the others as she took a seat, for a moment forgetting everything about anything that didn't concern the delicious food that had been prepared for them.
Letters, quests and everything else could wait; right now there was a stomach to fill.
Sep 12, 2011PlasticSmoothie posted a message on Urban Myth ~ Freeform Modern Day [RP] [Currently Full](( I do hope this is still open, seems very interesting. I enjoy modern RPs the most... Also sorry if my app was supposed to be PM'ed to you, Dead (Considering that the RP has started). I checked to see if you wrote that, but found nothing!Posted in: Forum Roleplaying
Post Frequency: Whenever I have something worthwhile to post--Usually this means one to three posts a day for an active RP.
RP Commitments: One on MCF, 'Till Dawn We Ride', though I've been active on many forums before this one.
Time Zone: Denmark, GMT+1.
Name: Toby Parell
Personality: Toby is somewhat of a coward, though at the same time he's quite manipulative. He rarely stays to the truth and tells people the things that benefit him the most. Though, he is a very social person and--by his own words--goes mad if he's alone for very long.
Physique: Blond hair, blue eyes and a physique somewhat like a teenager's. Standing at 5'8, he looks like a more mature fifteen year old.
Clothing Style: Most of the time, he wears a t-shirt in the colour blue with a white jacket, his trousers a dark blue. He'll never be seen without his white-and-black running shoes or his green, plastic armband.
Biography: He spent his childhood years in a small, urban town where nothing big ever happened in a loving family of four; him, his parents and his three-year younger brother. However, due to his father having several medical problems from working as a construction worker, mending roads among other things, they were quite poor. Already when he was thirteen, his father was fired due to being absent too much and from that time, money was sparse.
Toby himself were doing fine a school though. Albeit he was bullied for most of his school years, he knew how to cope with it and get revenge without getting into trouble--because of this, his family never learned of the bullying.
However, he was expelled at his university for plagiarism, which caused him to take up an old hobby, hacking, hoping to gain some income.
Only recently has he gotten his own place to live, wanting to move into a more busy town.
Occupation: Hacking, also whatever job he manages to pick up at the time. He's not picky.
Story Goals: He plans on earning so much money through hacking that he can support his family economically.
Quirks: Has a habit of eating like a swine, likes to fiddle with his plastic armband and eats ketchup with everything.
THank you for reading. =) ))
Sep 11, 2011Sara coughed violently , staring into the dusty room they had all just been in.Posted in: Forum Roleplaying
"Are everybody here? Everybody safe?" she called out as she worked on blowing all the dust away so they could see.
Everything from the room they had all been in was quiet; it was most likely safe to assume that the monster was very, very dead. There was no way it could have survived that. However, everything had happened so suddenly she was worried that not everybody had managed to get out.
Danielle groaned; she hadn't been quick enough and had been hit by the stone, almost getting buried under it; she was lucky to have survived with what seemed just a few broken bones and a broken nose. That didn't make it hurt less, though, and as she tried to dig herself free she kept muttering to herself.
At least the skeleton was dead.
(( Sleepytime for me. G'night. ))
Sep 10, 2011(( @Kingsid, I don't mind =) For the sake of logic, I'm just going to assume that it kicked Spartaku instead of punching him. ))Posted in: Forum Roleplaying
Oh no, oh no oh no oh no. Sara swore in a whisper so no one heard her. Barely any of them was still intact.She had run in front of Spartaku and Corde to cover them (and herself, for that matter) with a wall of strong wind; she bit her lip out of pure concentration, usually she didn't do this on such a large scale--keeping it up was tough.What was worse, she would have to stop it soon. It was impossible for anyone to get near the monster, and they needed people near it. Needed people to finish it.Taking a deep breath, she increased the power she was applying to the windwall for just a second, but it was enough the make Bones stumble back, his balance out of control without arms to regulate it.
"I'll try to keep it focused in me, someone, just finish it. Quickly."
(( Wat dah hell happened to the text in this post? Different sizes of random ftw, unless it's just my browser playing tricks on me XD Oh well. ))
Sep 9, 2011(( Kingsid, Sara's a mage, not an archer. =D ))Posted in: Forum Roleplaying
(( I know your pain. School started a month ago for me. >: ))
"I can!" Sara replied to Spartaku's question. There weren't many left now; they would all be down soon, and then they could all focus on the huge monster of a skeleton. She snapped her head around at the cry of 'help' and clicked her tongue in annoyance when she saw that Kiril had joined them. Despite his wounded state. The recklessness of men was a great thing at times, but when it made them risk their life for stupid reasons it wasn't even worth the good that came with it.
She blew two skeletons that had sneaked up behind her away before she--with a little flick of her wrist--crushed them against yet another wall.
She felt much more at easy now that the space wasn't so cramped any more; only now was it possible for her to get an overview of the situation, and it looked good. Besides the reckless Kiril, nobody seemed overly hurt. The newcomer mage's leg was hurt, but he could still stand; presumably nothing the medic at the back couldn't handle, despite it would surely be quite painful for the poor man. All in all, they had done a good job so far.
Danielle had to duck under one of Bone's attacks; one of the cages had fallen very close to the big skeleton. Thankfully the others had it preoccupied--it didn't even notice her carry it away, nor did it notice the sound it made when she threw it on the stone floor and stabbed it with her sword.
Three down, three to go.
The rest had fallen neatly just beside each other, "Just these to go!" she yelled as she brought her sword down on one, already feeling victorious despite that they weren't done at all; The big skeleton just didn't go down easily, apparently.
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