Kaffe Myers

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  1. Low RNG skills are only really a good thing to add if you plan on them being used when you have control over the situation (so a miss doesn't mean that much). Like, invite is a good example -- it's not really to be used in a hectic battle where all your moves matter, but I wouldn't want it removed completely just because it's a low percentage. But that's corner case more than anything, and has little to do with actual battle balance -- High RNG risk elements simply isn't a smart way to go.


  2. 21 hours ago, Polaris said:

    Thank you, Kaffe! As shameful as it is to admit, however, it should be done publicly: I couldn't listen to it on my phone and only now realized that it was a temporary link.

    Actually, it's not a temporary link, but I'll upload it again to another service if you have problem with ge.tt. This, however, is temporary (though 30 days, so should be ample time to get the file): https://ufile.io/9vdli


  3. Yeah, it was introduced with one of the newer versions of Google Chrome. I don't know if Chrome is rendering it wrong, or if it's the theme that doesn't use standardized code. Either google must fix it on their side, or we have to update the theme. 

    For the time being, be patient and maybe try browsing NG+ with a different browser. We'll investigate further when we have more time (probably after the holidays).


  4. In the past, I've made a song for Angel (not the one currently registered on the site, but an old member we now haven't seen in a while), an opening video to use for FFTA:X AI Tournament for FFTA, and designed a holiday greeting in Terraria for AuraPlatonic.

    And this is only what I've done. There has been all kinds of submissions -- Hart-Hunt made a chip tune out of one of my songs with a band I used to play with, and a lot of holiday greeting pictures have been made, either with ties to what has happened in the community, or just with a general greeting.

    ...you can do pretty much whatever, just do something nice. :)


  5. I understand most of the concerns, but it is still an interesting idea that definitely is worth trying out to see how it works in real life. If it works at all, it's a pretty fresh approach. 

    Side-note: save scummers gonna save scum. Never design to try and block that. Only worry I see being, from my perspective, invalid. 

    Edit: OK, the worry would be having to deal with those people on the forums/chat... >.>


  6. 5 hours ago, Idnex said:

    No, that is not how objectivity works.

    I questioned it the same way Idnex just did here when I first read it, I've just not been present enough to formulate a response. Anyway, just here to agree with Idnex on this -- don't mix up "majority" with "objectivity". Also, there is no reference to support the claim that Woolsey's original, unaltered script is favored by the majority -- in my experience, it's the opposite (which in no way is proof of anything, just pointing out that what we "feel" isn't reliable -- at all).