Wednesday, January 25

To move?

I am thinking of moving this darn blog to my own site.

Pero , paano ko kaya ime-maintain yung pagka "blogspot" niya? meh, Wordpress na nga lang.

Monday, January 23

Frustrations

Dear Nookie,

Down na naman ang site namen. Ano kaya ang ginawa kong makasalanan sa diyosa ng .php at anghel ng .css na pinarusahan ako ng ganito? Wala naman akong ginalaw sa website.

*dighay*

Sana naman bukas ay maayos na ang lahat.

Meron pa akong ibang mga ilalabas na katotohanan ngunit saka na lang siguro.

Tuesday, January 17

Clannish?

In the world of collectibles, sometimes having too many people playing the game can be a bad thing. Too many people dilute the number of available goods which raises prices. We don’t want that.

On the other hand, we don’t want games dying on us due to lack of players.

Well, some games are more ‘secluded’ than others and aren’t publicly open, keeping members to those referred by existing players or through interviews. An old view, I suppose, but that’s how some of these groups work.

The whole industry suffers, though. Fewer players mean less support for these games.

I know we all love our games but new blood always is needed for dynamic and exciting hobbies.

In the world of collectibles, sometimes having too many people playing the game can be a bad thing. Too many people dilute the number of available goods which raises prices. We don’t want that.

On the other hand, we don’t want games dying on us due to lack of players.

Well, some games are more ‘secluded’ than others and aren’t publicly open, keeping members to those referred by existing players or through interviews. An old view, I suppose, but that’s how some of these groups work.

The whole industry suffers, though. Fewer players mean less support for these games.

I know we all love our games but new blood always is needed for dynamic and exciting hobbies.

Sunday, January 15

Hello Year of The Dawg!

It seems I have been remiss in posting here. Life took over, so Blogger had to be stopped temporarily.

Some news:

1) I launched a forum for DotA but unfortunately have no time to promote it at the meantime. Meh to premature beta.
2) I joined Pinoy Urban Blog. Hope I can keep up posting there better than here. :)
3) I'm writing and editing lots of fiction. And I mean lots.

Oh well so much for now. Great gaming to you folks this 2K6!

Friday, December 16

Respect your TO

Respect your TO

I know that there are some people who have learned that tournaments are not all about winning. After all, there only is one winner of a tourney and so what did the other participants get out of it?

Most tournament organizers or TOs host events not to make money out of it but more on providing a venue for gamers to play and meet each other. Often, they do it for free for the game. Despite all the rules questions, the complaints, the bad match ups that get blamed on them, they still persevere.

Some games are all about winning so players only think of themselves and how to get an edge over their opponent. The prize blurs their vision. But in gaming, people played the game before and they did so not to compete for some big prize.

What I’m saying is don’t abuse your TO and respect the TO’s decisions since their word is final within the event. If they made a mistake, tell them so that they can correct it in the future.

So, please join me in giving our hardworking event organizers, judges and shop owners a well deserved round of applause. Thank you.

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