Wheeeeeee! Almost 100 demons registered!

So I’m getting close to my personal goal of getting that extra COMP slot in MegaTen Online. I just need to register 10 more demons… And what do you know — I just so happen to have 10 extra DCMs laying around. =p Specifically, I have the DCM items for:

  • Camazotz
  • Chernobog
  • Hayagriva
  • Nandi (DAMN cow!)
  • Nidhoggr
  • Odin
  • Ogre
  • Okuninushi
  • Tarasque, and
  • Yomotsu-Shikome

So I’m looking for help with fusions to make all those. Given that, I already have a bunch of stuff in my demon depository that I can use as fodder to make those ten pointed above:

Everything in the packed, huddled group to the right of the depository is fair game to use in fusion chains to make any of the above listed demons — even better if the resulting demons can be further used to fuse others. Now come on, those few fans I have (’cause I know you’re out there somewhere), lend a hand, please? =D

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Human stupidity is why sometimes I actually regret being born into this world.

Right, so I’ve been playing MegaTen Online for a little under ten months now. So far, the community has been enjoyable enough, so much that I’ve actually been mostly driven out of the other gaming communities I frequent, mainly because the franchises they represent have been frozen for so long already. (I still do drop by from time to time, especially to RPM, Court Records and the /fate/ imageboard.) But you have to wonder exactly how far human stupidity is willing to go for someone to literally not just bite, but maim, dismember and eat the fingers of the hands that feed them, just to spit out the dry bones afterward.

In the MT community, there was a little corner in the vast domains of the intertubes that stood out above all others, Finella’s blog. Being (at least from what my completely uninformed view could gather) an avid and knowledgeable player of the japanese version of the game, Fifi always kept her blog updated with the new stuff from Cave’s server back in the land of the rising sun, as well as a plethora of information tables and data dumps pulled straight from the game’s client files. Unless you were extremely thick, extremely arrogant or extremely stupid (although the line between all three is so thin you might never notice it), or unless you were basically a caveman living under a rock for the past ten months, Fifi’s information was always of extreme value to those of us playing on the english server.

Well, to make a long story short, because of ONE blithering idiot in Aeria’s server who couldn’t keep his trap shut, ALL of us EN server players have just been denied the heaps of useful information Fifi had.

As for myself, I’ve been able to rescue some of this info, partly from Google cache, partly from salvaged pages at Archive.org, but according to her wishes, I shall NOT be making it public any time soon.

As for you, diablopanqueque, I hope you’re happy — your insurmountable levels of idiocy have basically fucked us all. In the immortal words of TV Tropes, Nice Job Breaking It, Hero.

Human Stupidity - 1, Common Sense - 0. Game, set, match.

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Wow. Sometimes I even scare myself. And that’s NOT a good thing.

So I’ve been playing Shin Megami Tensei Online: Imagine in the EN server since the start of the year, and started playing Fortune Cards (their approximation of a lottery system) since only a little while ago. I’ve always had some horrible luck for my entire life, so getting crap prizes in the FCs so far was no surprise to me.

What WAS surprising to me, instead, was the fact that after the Attacker Cards snafu (special stat-boosting items that would completely unbalance the game for PVP fights, but were otherwise highly useful in PVE, and that stacked with regular stat-boosting items), everyone who spent their cash on these Attackers (valued in Aeria Points, or AP) got refunds for them and some bonus items for the loss of their buffs. Well, turns out I decided to play FCs with my refunds, and frankly, I’m scared at my luck. I got TWO of the rarest vanity outfit vouchers in the game right now — the General Voucher, which can be exchanged for a Samurai outfit (for males) or a Ninja outfit (for females), as well as the incredibly rare Black Guard voucher (a very useful damage-dealing suit that buffs dealt DPS by percents, not by points) in a mere five plays of the lottery.

With how abysmally shitty my luck has been in my entire life, I have to admit I was scared out of my ass when I got all those things.

Wow. Just… Wow.

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