2023.05.31 02:10 stroker919Has anyone gotten live to work on a Kindle through the Play store?
Running the latest generation Kindle Fire with the Google Framework installed. Every other game in the world works like normal (including PTCGO). The kids are interested in Live since I'm working on migrating my account. The game installs fine and loads to the login screen, but hangs when you put in the User ID and password and "Log in." It can detect a wrong user ID or password, but with valid credentials it just grays out the button and sits there. If you hit the X at the bottom it restarts the app. If you re-submit it says your log-in session expired. It's not just child accounts. Mine also works on desktop, but not the Kindle. Looking for any ideas. Tried logging in on web and logging to make sure any overlapping sessions were killed. Force closed, restarted the app, even reinstalled. Haven't ever seen a game do this and it greatly limits the playability if I can't get it functional on a tablet.
2023.05.31 02:06 Jacktheiraq25 Year Save YEAR 1 Complete
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1kov5nVACR2CEzcpsEynWthlmCMWCwlmPVL4gUa2lB1A/edit?usp=sharing With the following link you will want to click the second tab for all data and achievements for each player after the first year with Updated CA, Transfer Value, Club, Loan/Transferred, Appearances, Goals, Assists, Avg Rating, Injury over 4 Weeks, Club Finishes, International Stats, Trophies/Awards, and Milestones! The third Tab has a TOP 5 List for Increase in Current Ability, Highest Transfer Value, Highest Average rating (10+ games), Highest Goals, and Highest Assists! I will individually send everyone the link and reddit invite incase anyone is still in the regular FM reddit. If you have any questions or requests about the sheet or you specific player feel free to let me know and Ill do my best to help out. This project has taken over 16 hours already so any kind words or donations are more than welcome but of course not required!
Hey there! I made a post about 5 months ago where I asked if a mod with better mouse support for the game existed. Unfortunately, no such mod existed back then, and guess what? It still doesn't exist now. But here's the thing: I finally decided to take matters into my own hands. After being lazy for months, I dedicated some time and effort to create a voice macro for the game. And guess what? It's done! Well, almost. Currently, it can handle basic tasks like opening menus, smashing, and looking around. However, setting up the macro for every single action would be quite a challenge as I have a short attention span, and let me tell you, setting up those 89 macros for the game has really drained my enthusiasm for life, but I'll think about making it do some of the more complicated buttons combos later or if someone else want to do it be my guest. So unfortunately while you still have to deal with navigating those pesky menus by hand, at least this voice macro can help relieve some of the burden from your shoulders. The Program used is this: https://www.voicemacro.net/documentation/#Add_Macros The Program is free so no need to worry about paying for anything. Here is the file you need to import into the voice macro: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1eaCSCOFjoPrQQqoyfp63eiz8PgU_k7MA/view?usp=drive_link Almost forgot used this cheat as the basis so use this when your confused about wording. Only differences are: Eat/Drink is "Consume" Apply/Use Item/Wielded is just "Use Item" and "Use Wielded" and the directions are "Top Left" "Top Right" "Left" "Right" "Up" "Down" "Bottom Left" "Bottom Right https://i.redd.it/b81dxqht5my51.png Hope someone will find it useful bye bye.
2023.05.31 02:01 MerkadoBarkadaRepower delays pricing after finding anchor buyer; PSE hit with P189M BIR assessment; BHI un-suspended (for now); AGI loses gaming partner Genting; MJIC to finally complete private placement (Wednesday, May 31)
Happy Wednesday, Barkada --
The PSE lost 82 points to 6511 ▼1.3%
Thanks to Miguel R. Camus and Jing for appreciating the Zoolander references in yesterday's send (Google is wrong when it says the movie was released in 2001... right?), to kalelManila.eth, grinskin, and Jupitel Thunder for noticing that yesterday's horrific Martin Romualdez meme was AI-generated (I was experimenting with Midjourney; it was a tweak of a combo of this and this), and to 14dM24d, CertainBonus2920, Joel Jucom, John, and Enrico for the continuing conversation about the Maharlika Investment Fund and all of the potential risks that it may pose. Shout-outs to Amos Henley, Homer, Tommy, RUNxCRYPTO, creeptocrypt, Indio Guerrero, Palaboy Trader, Bien EC, LanAustria, koninja, Dividend Pinoy PGG, meloi, CHARToons, arkitrader, KingArk, J o j o, Chip Sillesa, Lance Nazal, Evolves Capital, Inc., and Jing for the retweets, and to Maxi Leve, Edward Dulfo, Marvin Quezon, Evolves.co, Padilla GJ, Jayvee Menil, Genesis Umali, and Mike Ting for the Facebook shares.
">- [NEWS] Repower anchor IPO buyer in listed Japanese company… Repower Energy Development [REDC pre-IPO] [link] notified the exchange yesterday that it would extend its “book-building period”, but Merkado Barkada has learned from a source with first-hand knowledge that this is because REDC found a listed Japanese company that confirmed it will buy the majority of the REDC IPO as an anchor buyer. REDC did not say whether the extended book-building period would impact the tentative schedule of the IPO.
MB:This is a fresh development that has many potential benefits to REDC both for this transaction, and going forward post-IPO. Typically an anchor investor can help build confidence in an IPO because it helps validate of the business model and support the valuation. That information could be useful to potential buyers, as the thought of a huge chunk of shares being off-the-market does increase the scarcity of the remaining float. I’m curious to learn the identity of the buyer, to learn more about the relationship between the parties, and to see if there are any strategic benefits to REDC beyond this deal. Of course, I’m also curious to learn the price, but there’s plenty of time for that.
[NOTES] Quick takes from around the market...
PSE [PSE 164.00 unch] [link] notified the market that it received an assessment from the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) that it owed ₱189.2 million in alleged tax deficiencies, penalties, and interest, coming from calendar year 2017. The PSE said that it would dispute the BIR findings. Finance Secretary Benjamin Diokno said that the BIR was “just doing their job.”
MB Quick Take:Getting the BIR’s attention is never a good thing, but it’s important to put the potential size of this assessment in context with the PSE’s financial standing and performance. According to its Q1 earnings report, the ₱189.2 million is about 93% of its quarterly profit, but the PSE has over ₱2 billion in cash and cash equivalents on the balance sheet that it could use to take the hit. It’s a weird situation that should cause some behind-the-scenes process adjustments, but this isn’t an existential threat by any means.
Boulevard Holdings [BHI 0.07 ▲33.3%; 1304% avgVol] [link] had its 110-day suspension lifted after it finally submitted its annual report for the fiscal year ending May 31, 2022, and the following three quarterly reports. BHI surged 33% on massive volume after the suspension was lifted.
MB Quick Take:Play if you want to play, but be warned that BHI is very casual with its reporting and is often suspended for failing to do the bare minimum with respect to its reporting obligations. BHI also seems to be alarmingly comfortable in a state of suspension, which is a massive red flag to me.
Alliance Global [AGI 13.34 ▲0.5%; 573% avgVol] [link] is losing the Hong Kong-based Genting as its foreign partner in the local gaming industry. AGI revealed that it is buying Genting’s entire stake in Newport Wold Resorts project.
MB Quick Take:As I’ve said before, I’m not comfortable in my analysis of the gaming sector, so I’m not really sure what to make of this news. To an outsider like me, it just sounds like a pretty big deal to lose such a powerful 40% stakeholder in one transaction, but I’m not really sure what this means for Andrew Tan, AGI, and the Newport project. Any guest analysts interested in providing some context, please send me a note!
MJC Investments [MJIC suspended] [link] disclosed that its board authorized the conversion into equity of ₱2.4 billion in “deposits for future subscription” made by HK Strategic Investors and Manila Jockey Club [MJC suspended]. The unusual deposits were made way back in 2021.
MB Quick Take:As an investor, I hate seeing these massive pending transactions on the books that fester for years. The depositors will get 2.2 billion shares out of the conversion, which is a 69% increase in the outstanding shares of MJIC. That’s a substantial change.
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(Shoutouts to u/TheSlyKoopa for the match concept!) Scenario: Isla de Piedra, Somewhere in the Mediterranean Sea — 11:44AM Dédalo Viatger, adventurer, archaeologist and explorer extraordinaire, had filled his travelog with countless exploits on his never-ending quest to uncover the secrets of the ancient world. Following the trail of the lost civilization of Pieduro was proving to be his lengthiest entry yet. Armed with powerful Pieduron artifacts known as the Temples, Dédalo and the Pieduron entity ｢Perdida｣ had forged a path across the Mediterranean, getting ever closer to solving the mystery of their disappearance. With assistance from Cullinan Dwarf Star, Patron of the House of Muses, Dédalo and Perdida were on the verge of discovering the final piece of the puzzle. Their journey had come full circle, and Dédalo and Perdida’s adventure would end where it began; on the island of Isla de Piedra. Situated between the coasts of Southern Spain and North Africa, Isla de Piedra had been uninhabited for all of recorded history, though not for lack of trying. The dense forests and greenery that covered every square meter of the island made it a ripe target for logging companies and greedy colonists to strip it for all it was worth. None had succeeded—their abandoned camps had long since been reclaimed by the forest. The only other sign of human life on the island was the ancient Pieduron outpost where Dédalo’s journey first began, and where it would now hopefully end. The trek to get there was as difficult as the first time—but he didn’t have to do it alone now. At his side were his ever faithful companion Perdida, the inquisitive swordswoman Ninian, the extraordinary android 2095, and the illustrious ice skater Electra (although he didn’t call them that out loud). Dédalo led the party up a long, winding stone staircase, pointing out the many partially-disabled traps along the way. He and Ninian had long been in contact, and the latter could personally vouch for her +1s—2095 one of the few Bastards she could trust and Electra having earned her trust in for her actions against Enyalius & Enyo Pharmaceuticals in San Battista. “...and here’s a wall of spikes that shoot out when you pass over that threshold,” he pointed out with a tour guide’s enthusiasm. “I managed to jam up the mechanism with some cloth, but we should probably tread carefully around here.” Electra rolled her eyes, even though Dédalo couldn’t see the gesture. “Should have just blown it up,” she muttered, annoyed. While her experiences in San Battista had somewhat melted her frosty demeanor, it had still been a long, hot, exhausting trip to get here, and old habits died hard. “Watch your tone, miss,” Perdida said from behind her ear, making her jump. “My people’s architecture is not something to “blow up”.” “And it might not have worked,” 2095 chimed in. “If this outpost could survive all those centuries of wear, I doubt a mundane explosion would do much damage to it.” “The Piedurons built everything to last, from their treasures to their traps.” Dédalo gingerly ducked under the blade of a massive pendulum axe that jutted out from the ceiling. “Fortunate in some ways, unfortunate in others.” At last, they reached the center chamber. Carved from stone and coated with moss, it appeared just as untouched as the rest of the outpost—save for the podium in the middle of the chamber and the conspicuously empty space on top of it, where the moss grew a little bit thinner. “Ah, this brings back memories,” Dédalo chuckled. “This is where Perdida and I first met. The El Cor Terra necklace lay in this very spot at the heart of the chamber. When I unfastened it, poof! There she appeared in all of her resplendent glory. We hit it off right away.” “He tried to cut my head off with a machete.” “In self-defense!” “Ok, move it along, lovebirds,” Electra huffed. “Where’s the thing we were looking for? It’s somewhere in here, right?” Brushing past the “lovebirds” comment, Dédalo retrieved a piece of parchment from his explorer’s pack marked with the symbol of the House of Muses. “According to Cullinan, the hidden door should be right over on that wall.” He pointed over 2095’s shoulder at the northern wall of the chamber. “The question is…how do we open it?” 2095 gave the room a once-over. Aside from the layer of moss and vegetation covering the chamber, it was pretty bare. Its only noticeable feature seemed to be the podium. “Perhaps the podium could offer some answers.” The party gathered around the stone podium—a stone cylinder, atop which stood a carving which vaguely resembled the neck and collarbone area of a human, with a thin groove running where a necklace would hang. Perdida instantly recognized the Cleria stone inlays around the circumference of the podium. She traced a finger along the length of the groove, and the Cleria stone beneath it glowed—and, at a volume only audible to 2095’s mechanical hearing, it began to hum. “Keep going, Perdida,” she whispered. Perdida closed her eyes, feeling herself attune to the place where she lay dormant for thousands of years. The Cleria stone grew brighter and brighter, the hum getting louder and louder. Suddenly, the room shook. Electra leaped back, expecting another trap. Instead, she watched as the north wall slid open like the doors of an elevator, revealing two hallways; one leading up, the other leading down, both with Cleria stone markings along the walls that pulsed with a gentle light. “Thank goodness,” Dédalo sighed. “I was worried the real treasure was going to be the friends we made along the way.” Dédalo and Perdida continued to trek up the hallway, climbing what was likely the control tower of the outpost. Ninian dutifully followed behind them, ready to draw her blade at whatever might strike from the newly unknown section of the outpost. The sound of exhaled breath made her jump...but it was only a sigh from Dédalo. “A shame you came aboard so late, Ninian; our journey’s almost up.” Ninian’s confusion spiked to alarm as the explorer motioned to lean against the wall. “Watch out-” Dédalo made contact and nothing happened. He tilted his head to the end of the corridor, a doorway just a few meters away. “We’re far enough in that we’ve most likely avoided the worst of the traps. Besides, I don’t think the Piedurons would have placed many traps so close to a place of importance.” He wistfully rubbed his arm, massaging the strain of adventures and injuries in equal measure. “Feels almost bittersweet. So many months of travel and turmoil, and the end of our journey is in sight.” “Hey, don’t say that yet. We still need to find a way to get my human body back.” Pedida gently punched him in his shoulder. Still, her pout eventually softened as she looked back towards the final chamber. “I guess you are correct, though. The answer to the Pieduron collapse lies beyond those doors. What comes after…nobody knows” “Quite right,” Dédalo nodded, and the group moved onwards. “I hope that Electra and 2095 are doing okay down there, in any case.” “I hope that the rest of the outpost is okay,” Perdida frowned. “They didn’t seem to appreciate how precious this place is—I don’t want to lose another one.” “I don’t think we have to worry too much about losing them,” A grin of cat-like mischief unfurled on Ninian’s face as hoarse laughter echoed on a draft. There were adventures to come and to be seen, but one to reach its conclusion here and now, and the anticipation made Ninian’s hair stand on end. The group carefully entered the room, and Perdida flickered out of existence. Before any of them could respond, the control room flickered to life. The stone walls that extended higher and higher suddenly turned “on” as if they were screens, but these were more akin to slabs whose light-emitting runes and rocks flickered and changed in the appearance of Perdida—Perdidas, in fact. All of them, on the many screens, acted in unison as Dédalo rushed forward. “Dédalo, what’s going on?” “We’re figuring it out,” he shouted as he and Ninian raced to the panels below, trying to decipher the text streaming by. Soon, however, one message displayed on a readout screen:
MYSTICALLY AUTOMATED KNOWLEDGE SYSTEM 0 DETECTED RESUMING RING FUNCTIONALITY
Meanwhile, having taken the outpost’s lower path, 2095 and Electra entered into a large atrium. Like the rest of the outpost, the walls and floor were composed of the usual, teal stone that seemed impossibly durable. The fact that they could use it to form buildings, carve intricate murals, and keep it all hidden was impressive, but they craned their heads upwards towards the skylight that would let rain and sun in. Through the overgrown foliage, they could see a massive flat ring of Cleria floating above the ground in stubborn defiance of the laws of physics. Gravity-defying gyroscopes of stone spun and swirled in the air above, rotating with the same slow grace as the ancient gears that whirred to life around them. The glow of the Cleria blended together with the light of the noonday sun; the hum of power permeated the entire chamber. “...shit,” Electra murmured, not sure what else to say. 2095 scanned the rest of the atrium, but ultimately found nothing beyond a discolored, glowing pad on the floor by the opposite wall, outcroppings on the walls that resembled benches, and the remnants of what appeared to be ancient drinking fountains. Rest now before it’s too late, the room seemed to scream. “I believe we should wait for the others before we go deeper,” 2095 announced. “We could retrace our steps and explore the previous areas, in case we missed another hidden passageway or an undiscovered treasure. It would be a shame to proceed not knowing whether we’ve left every stone unturned-” “Not a chance,” Electra huffed. “I’m not letting us get killed because of your FOMO. Come on.” She grabbed 2095 by the wrist and began to drag her over to the pads. 2095 let her—partly because she weighed significantly more than Electra did and she didn’t want her to hurt herself trying to pull her by force, but partly because she was right. She could feel the air buzzing with energy, intensifying by the second. Something big was about to happen. The two stepped onto the floor pad and immediately felt themselves being shunted into a different space as the teleporter activated. When their vision cleared, they found themselves standing on top of the Cleria ring itself. Electra could smell the ozone in the air and taste the prickling on her tongue. This ring was the key to the whole mechanism—either it was powering the outpost…or the outpost was powering it. 2095 gazed in awe at the machinery surrounding them. It reminded her of the technology from her time; except instead of steel and chrome, it was made of rock and crystal. What secrets died with the Piedurons when they disappeared? She turned to Electra to express her wonder and nearly screamed when she saw the vantablack vines burst out of her shadowed face, ready to smash the ring to pieces. “What are you doing?!” 2095 yelled, ｢Yours Truly｣ appearing at her side, tentacles raised. “I’m destroying this thing, duh,” spat Electra. “I know a superweapon when I see one, and I’m not about to let some dipshit corporation get their hands on it after we leave.” The chamber shook, bits of rocks and dust falling from the ceiling. “B-but we don’t even know whether this is a superweapon! Aren’t you acting a bit rash?” “Rash? Seriously? You have no idea what some people in Dead Drop Bay would do for an artifact like this.” Electra remembered what she saw in San Battista—the monster that she had to put down, fuelled by a desire to abuse the remnants of the past for her own gain. “Farewell to Kings, Dead Man’s Hand; hell, even my own company. They’d sink this island to the bottom of the ocean for the chance to have this thing for themselves. This way, I’m solving the problem before it has a chance to start.” “And risk destroying the legacy of an entire civilization?!” 2095 felt anger boiling in her metallic chest. A part of her resonated with the Piedurons in this moment—she knew what it was like to be a relic of an era far from the present, the last remaining piece of a time nobody would ever know. “What gives you the right to decide what to do with an artifact of this magnitude? To bury what could be the last hope of Pieduro to be remembered as anything but a footnote in history?” The chamber shook again—this time, both 2095 and Electra felt the ground shift under their feet. Without warning, walls of stone burst out of the ground around them, tearing through centuries-old roots and vines to surround the ring on all sides. Slabs of Cleria stone with deep divots carved into the top of them emerged from the ring itself and floated just above its surface like a magnet levitating atop another. In the control tower below them, Dédalo and Ninian scrambled from panel to panel, desperately trying to decipher what was going on. Dédalo could see the two other members of the party facing off inside the ring—but before he could call out to them, he heard Perdida’s voice resonate from every screen. “The Temples…I can see them.” Ninian watched the panel in front of her light up, displaying a holographic map of the Mediterranean, hundreds of glowing blue dots scattered across the projection. Dédalo rushed to the nearest screen and grabbed it. “Perdida! Are you alright?!” “Y-yes, I’m fine.” Perdida blinked hard, putting a hand to the side of her head. “I can feel every Temple in the Mediterranean. I…I think I can gain access to them from here.” “Access? Like…you can turn them on?” Ninian asked. “Yes. All of them.” Before Perdida could say any more, the chamber shook once more. In the room below, the ring glowed even more brightly, the two would-be explorers now utterly trapped within it by the sloped walls surrounding it. “See what I mean?!” Electra clenched her fists, snapping flytrap jaws emerging from the shadow underneath her. “We need to put this entire place in the ground. For good. And like hell am I going to let you stop me!” Suddenly, all across the surface of the ring, crackling orbs of energy sparked to life, both 2095 and Electra just managing to avoid them. The orbs spun in a circle around the ring, accelerating rapidly until they were nothing but a blur. 2095 recognized the movements of the orbs immediately; it looked like a particle accelerator. “I hoped we could resolve this peacefully, Electra.” 2095 flicked the silver locks out of her face. “But now I have to convince you in the only language you seem to understand—the language of violence. Don’t hold back.” The age-old machinery around them hummed to a crescendo. If either of the two combatants wanted to see their convictions through, they would need to survive the full power of Pieduro first. OPEN THE GAME! Location: On Isla de Piedra, (Shoutouts to u/TheSlyKoopa for the match art) inside the Floating Ring. The arena shown here has Electra on the north side and 2095 on the south side represented by their character tokens. The players are in the area inside the ring and have no way to exit with sloping walls on all sides. The ring has a diameter of 60 meters and the internal width is 15 meters; the entire structure is A Durability. The brown rectangles inside the ring are Pieduron Temples that resemble short, knee-tall minecarts made out of stone slabs. Goal: RETIRE your opponent! Additional Information: Over the course of 10 minutes, the ring will spawn 6-inch diameter orbs of light that will accelerate and move in an orbit around the ring at A Speed. Each orb takes 4 seconds to spawn-in, glowing in place and translucent, before it becomes a solid orb. Trajectory of the orbs move completely along the curvature of the ring, counterclockwise (denoted by the arrows on the map) and can be spawned anywhere inside the ring. When they hit something solid, they will detonate at C Power—powerful enough to destroy ink left by ｢Venus Fly Trap｣ and tentacles from ｢Yours Truly｣—and cause another orb to spawn where the original one started. The orbs have a blast radius of half a meter and other orbs exploding around them will not trigger them to detonate. Orbs will complete one revolution around the ring anywhere from 3 seconds (inside track) to 6 seconds (along the rim). Assuming you are standing still, the rough number of orbs that pass by will be 5 orbs per second at the first minute mark, 10 orbs per second at the second minute mark, and so on until the maximum of 50 orbs per second at the ten minute mark. Starting near each player and around the map are Pieduron temples that resemble minecarts. Each kart can comfortably fit one person, have a handle on either side, and a single rudder-like steering peripheral. The wheels of the kart will always stick to the ring, but they can drive just fine along the walls or even the ceiling of the ring. Karts move at up to B Speed and players intuitively have a 4 in driving them. At max speed, karts can complete one revolution in 4 to 8 seconds (4 seconds on the inside track and 8 seconds on the rim). All karts have three other special features that can be activated when a driver is steering it, the Turtle, the Spider, and the Crab:
The Turtle is a forcefield-like shield that can cover the kart and anybody riding inside it. This forcefield only protects against the fast moving orbs and their explosions and is intangible to everything else. It lasts up to 2 seconds and has a 6 second cooldown before it can be activated again. It can also be set to automatically activate if the minecart is about to hit or be affected by an orb, otherwise it can be manually activated by the driver.
The Spider is a net-like shield that functions somewhat similarly to the forcefield the Turtle. The main difference is that instead of blocking orbs, it catches them and converts them into an inert palm-sized orb that is stowed inside the minecart. This shield does also block explosions produced by orbs, but will not produce an inert orb in those cases. The Spider lasts up to 1 second and shares a cooldown with the Turtle. Inert orbs are orbs that can be converted back into fast moving orbs by being thrown with force and intent. They can be made to move exactly in a straight line or along the curvature of the ring when thrown. Inert orbs have no other special properties, other than being A Durability.
The Crab is a fast sideways dash up to 8 meters, with a minimum distance of 1 meter. Once the dash is finished, the kart will resume moving in the direction and speed it had before initiating the dash, making it useful for dodging without turning or changing the direction the kart is going in. This feature has a stamina bar where the longer your dash distance is, the more stamina will be used up. It takes 4 seconds for the stamina bar to fill up from empty.
The cooldowns and stamina bars are tied to the person, not the karts themselves.
Please remember to bind your accounts and take note of your UID, member code, server location, and any information related to your account (e.g. amount spent, student roster, etc). If anything happens to your account (e.g. losing access, unauthorized access), you will need to provide as much info as you can to Nexon's customer support email. Guest accounts that are unbound will be extremely difficult to recover, perhaps impossible.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
 When does the server reset? For global, dailies reset at 19:00 UTC and weeklies reset on Sunday.  Should I re-roll this account? This will depend on your priorities with PvE, PvP, or both, but you can generally see the “ideal” units as Iori, Hibiki, and Tsubaki for most content, while Shun and Haruna are great for PvP.  Who should I spend my elephs on? Who should I mystic unlock? At the start, prioritize spending your blank elephs on getting Serina to 2-star for the increased healing stat, Tsubaki to 3-star for the extra tankiness when she is reloading. It is generally advised not to spend your elephs on increasing characters to 4-star and 5-star ratings, since there is only a stat increase and the amount of elephs needed is quite high.  What do my support students’ stats do? Aside from increasing the stats of their own skills, support students will provide additional stat boosts to your striker team. The specific increase(s) can be viewed by clicking on “Support” on the right side of the team formation screen.  What should I buy in the shop?
Credit Shop - Buy out the bottom row of materials, then the first two tiers of enhancement stones as needed. Feel free to buy the higher tiers of enhancement stones if you feel that you have an excess of credits, which is very common.
Eligma - This will depend on you, can reference question .
Total Assault (raid) - Prioritize Maki’s elephs (until you unlock her) and save the rest of your currency for future updates that will add more low-rarity students to the shop, meaning you can unlock mystic for them without spending your eligma. You can also purchase the skill discs/blu-rays depending on your needs.
Tactical Challenge (PvP) - Buy out the energy drinks as needed (warning: they are instantly consumed, they won’t be moved to your inventory). Many suggest to save these for events in order to buy drinks, refresh the shop, and repeat.
 What does the “leader” position do? This is purely cosmetic, as it changes which student’s chibi shows up on the map.  What benefits are there to joining a club?
10 AP are given daily and deposited automatically on teacher's mailbox, upon checking in.
A maximum of two assistant can be set for Total Assault and Joint Firing Drill respectively.
Students assigned to assist with TA cannot also be selected to assist with JFD.
20 credits are rewarded every minute by setting assistants.
The specific unit that is borrowed can be only used once a day.
There's a fee of 40,000 credits, when borrowing a assistant student.
The donor receives 50,000 credits instead; even though the fee is 40,000 credits.
The fee can only be received 20 times a day.
It can be unlocked after clearing Mission 3 Act 4
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2023.05.31 02:00 plzdontsuemescribeThe Real Scoop on the Scribe Media Layoffs
Throwaway account because I am absolutely terrified of legal repercussions from Scribe. I was a full-time employee at the company for over 3 years and I just want my voice to be heard. If you have questions, leave them here, because I'm ready to tell the truth. Apologies if this is a little scattered. I have a lot to say and I don't think I have the energy to be particularly coherent. I also apologize if some of my timeline info isn't 100% correct; the months at Scribe have all blended together and I don't have access to any of my Scribe tech to confirm my dates. One last disclaimer: I was not a ghostwriter for Scribe, and my work never involved writing, so don't hate me for typos and grammar mistakes! First, this Glassdoor review is the most honest thing I've ever seen a current/former employee write about the company. Despite the fact that Scribe has won a number of "Best Workplace" and "Best CEO" awards, it was a truly horrible place to work. I, as well as many of my coworkers, was constantly shocked when we won or ranked in those categories; we were all filling out the surveys with the lowest scores possible. Two groups of people seemed to float the company through with those surveys: 1) the leadership/crew members who had been there for 5+ years and made a lot of money off the backs of the lower-paid workers and 2) the constant stream of new employees that were being hired to replace those who left or were fired. These new employees were practically waterboarded with the "Scribe is the best company in the world" juice. For crew members like me, who were "veterans" with 3+ years at the company, silence was the code. If you wanted to make it to "veteran" status, you had to keep your mouth shut about the things you were seeing, and the way people in leadership were treating employees. This created a really stratified work environment where you had:
The super highly-paid and underqualified OGs who mixed up and poured out the "Scribe is perfect" Koolaid
The veterans who only made it past their second year at Scribe by keeping their mouths shut
The newbies who were bright-eyed, bushy-tailed, and drowning in the juice
To be honest, things didn't really get bad until Tucker and Zach left the company in Jevon's hands. I know that Jevon is revered in the business world, but he is the closest thing to a modern-day snake oil salesman that I've ever seen. He coasts on charisma and re-purposed adages so that nobody questions his poor decision-making skills. The truth is that Jevon was always in over his head. Scribe never had a CFO because Jevon kept insisting that we didn't need one. But his decisions about money were so erratic and set off alarm bells for many of us. Scribe’s last allegedly profitable month (according to the finance documents that the Master of Coin would release every month) was January 2021. In 2022 alone, the company lost $3 million and revenue was down by a quarter. By March of this year we were losing $800K a month. Meanwhile, payroll doubled from 2021 to 2023 and JeVon decided to double the office space (rent is $100K a month). He also seemed to spend a lot of money on his own personal branding/marketing. At one point, cameras were following him around the office. It was clear to anyone looking at the numbers that the path we were on was unsustainable. Multiple times every month, employees would beg leadership for an explanation of how we were still operating, or ask for a plan to make us profitable again. In response, the inner workings at Scribe became more and more opaque. For example, the all-hands call that was supposed to take place in January was canceled with absolutely no explanation, and when all-hands meetings resumed, the "open discussion" about finances was removed from the agenda. On two different occasions, we were informed that checks would not be sent out on time because of "payroll issues," but when pressed for an explanation, leadership intimated that it was due to some kind of error or technical issues rather than a lack of funds. In August of 2022, leadership enacted a hiring/salary freeze, but kept telling us not to worry, and that "Jevon had planned for this dip in profit and everything was going to be completely okay because Jevon knew what he was doing." He then set out to find outside investors to sink more money into the flagging company. I'm told that he turned down a number of lucrative offers ($60 mil was the amount being thrown around) because potential investors wanted Jevon to stay on as the CEO, while he wanted to leave the company and start a hedge fund. He was basically looking for someone to finance the company so he could dip (from what I could tell). Early this year, we were all very relieved when it was announced that Jawad Ahsan was coming on as an investor (co-owner? I have no idea; the announcement made about this move was not very detailed). Things seemed like they may genuinely improve, and hiring ramped up, which we all took to mean that the money necessary for new employees did actually exist. Then, in late April/early May (I no longer have access to my Scribe slack, so I can't confirm the exact date), we were informed that Jawad had "pulled his funding." Jevon's message to us stated that Jawad had "been offered a dream position as CEO of a new company" and had pulled out his investment in Scribe, which was why we wouldn't be making payroll that week. (Come to find out later that this was a lie). At this point, my coworkers and I are very, very nervous, and are pinging the leadership team constantly, asking for explanations or updates. Anything to ease our anxieties. We are all given the run-around. Then, the sudden layoffs. At around 3ish on the 24th, everyone receives a Google calendar invitation to what is ostensibly an update meeting about the future of the company. However, we're told that there are two separate sessions (because they want us in smaller groups to leave more room for questions) and to make sure that we all attend the correct session. We start looking into the different groups and realize that one group has 85+ people while the other only has 20ish people. And on top of that, the group of 20ish people contains all of the executive team's closest friends. That's when we realize we're about to be laid off. In a group Zoom call, we are told that our jobs no longer exist, that our tech is being shut down immediately, and that insurance runs out at midnight. No severance. One of the people in our meeting is the Editor in Chief who was at the company since day 1; I still cannot believe they treated him this way. Another person in our group is the IT guy, who is then told that he would actually have to come back into work the next day (paid an hourly wage) so that he can shut off all of our tech....THEN he's gone. On the call, one employee specifically calls about Jawad, who we are all surprised to see on the call, as we'd been told that he pulled out his investment. She asks him to explain why he pulled funding from Scribe. He is shocked and confused, because not only has he not left Scribe (he is still on the board of directors today) but he has also invested more money in Scribe than Tucker, Zach, or Jevon. Jevon immediately cuts in and directs any questioning from Jawad (I think he got caught in his previous lie). Since the layoffs, a few ex-Scribe members and myself have been keeping track of some very suspicious financial/legal behavior (which I do not want to disclose in case it is actionable). However, there are still many freelancers who have not been paid in over a week; one freelancer is owed $17k in back payments. Scribe is telling its authors that it is "still operating" with a skeleton crew, which is laughable. They maybe have enough people on staff to launch the next two weeks' worth of books, but beyond that, there is no way the 20ish employees left can keep 300+ books alive. Not to mention some of the people kept on the skeleton crew have been at the company for less than a year, and were only kept on because they were old friends of the CXO. Not the most competent employees... The executive team is still claiming that once the sale of the copmany goes through in 2 weeks (I do not believe there really is a buyer lined up) that they will reach out to all employees laid off an extend an invitation to return. I can promise you that nobody will return. This means that if Scribe wants to be "fully operational" after the sale, they will have to hire an entirely new company. This isn't going to happen, given the media already out there about Scribe. If you are a current Scribe author, please be very very cautious of what you hear from the company. We were directly told that Jevon is stepping down as CEO and President, but I'm hearing from current authors that he is still reaching out to them as the CEO and offering reassurances. Please leave any questions below and I'll do my best to answer.
2023.05.31 01:59 KingPesant1[TOMT][YOUTUBE] a gaming conference of sending in bully hunter?
It's hard to really remember but I remember something at a gaming conference that had a female saying a troll or bully? Has been discovered in there game and they send in a bully buster or something but a Google search of terms only has some weird bully buster song
Created from the deepest void, the entity known as "Death" has existed since the dawn of time alongside his equals, Time and Life. His work in the universe started out as a small family business, reaping the souls of the living by his own bony hand over billions of years. But over time Death had grown weary and his scythe elbow had only gotten worse; that's when he had the brilliant idea to create the Sorrows, beings of death who would do the work for him, while he took his spot as CEO of Death Incorporated. Unfortunately, the Sorrows have begun to grow out of control and are more focused on reaping as many souls as possible, causing Death to literally become buried in paperwork. So it's time for Death to take up his loyal cloak, his magical Pitbook, and his trusty scythe once more so he can remind the Sorrows who's in charge and take down the mysterious being who seeks to use his Sorrows to depose him as CEO of Death Incorporated.
His trusty blade that can cut through space, time, and the elements. Death can summon his blade by holding out his hand as it flies towards him or he can simply have it teleport to him. Death can also stand in place to charge up his energy for a powerful charge attack
The Diss Scythe: A variation of the basic scythe that allows Death to attack from further away.
Twinsie: A variation of the basic scythe that prioritizes power over speed due to its second blade.
Sickles: A pair of sickles that allow Death to attack at higher speeds in exchange for less range.
Billhooks: A pair of blades that Death can throw at enemies before they return to his hands just like a boomerang
Parasol 1.0: An enchanted parasol that can not only stab through foes with brutal efficiency but can also act as a shield/deflector.
Seletine: Has slower attack speed but by slamming the mace end into the ground, Death can boost the power of his next attack.
A sentient flying cloak that prefers to stay wrapped around Death's shoulders, the cloak not only lets Death turn invisible but can also transform into a variety of deadly weapons. It even protects him from the elements.
Behammorth: A powerful hammer that's bigger than Death himself that hits hard in exchange for its slow attack speed.
Brutumhammer: An upgrade of the Behammorth that lets Death slam it into the ground, launching stones all around him.
Shake Spear: A long range spear that Death uses to attack foes with a three-pronged combo.
Jabelin: A spear that Death uses to launch himself forward towards enemies, impaling anyone in his way.
Sisword: A blade that Death uses to quickly jump in the air before diving at foes at lightning speeds.
Drageanor: The sister to the Sisword, this blade allows Death to launch sharp projectiles with each swing.
Slaymore: A giant sword that Death swings as he jumps in the air before slamming it down on the ground.
Slaygore: Similar in size to the Slaymore, the Slaygore allows Death to slam the blade into the ground and send out an electrical shockwave. Can also be used to launch projectiles when swung mid air.
Whirl Daggers: A pair of poisoned blades that Death uses to stab anyone nearby.
Daggust: Death uses powerful gusts of wind to move back and forth in a flurry of sharp blades.
Kaze-Kunai: Death throws out pairs of rapid-fire daggers (that are sharper than any metal on the surface) in a straight line. Death can summon an unlimited amount of these weapons.
Arashi-Kunai: Death summons half a dozen daggers in front of him before launching them in a straight line. Death can summon an unlimited amount of these weapons.
Ferral Fists: A pair of powerful arms that crush whoever is between its giant hands.
Raparrier: A rapier that Death uses to brutally stab anyone in front of him. Should anyone wield this object then they will be consumed by an unstoppable rage until they stab someone with this blade. Death is immune to this effect.
Dirty Dagger: A small dagger that, if stabbed in the back, injects you with a metallic substance that attacks your vital organs.
Rocket Launcher: A rocket launcher that holds a malicious soul within, amplifying its power.
Revelation Bow: A deadly bow and arrow shot with extreme efficiency. Death can summon an unlimited amount of arrows.
Fire Bow: Similar to the Revelation Bow but with a slight homing effect on its arrows. Death can summon an unlimited amount of arrows.
Death Star: A vicious looking morning star that Death had made after almost getting into a fight with a strange, cloaked, old man who kept bragging about his new "secret" space base while at a seminar.
Murray of Crows: Death summons a murder of crows to surround him, damaging anything nearby.
Vampire Battery: Death electrocutes himself and anyone nearby while also shooting out electrified bats at random. Death is not harmed by this.
Beasteel: Death summons spider-like limbs from his back before jumping onto nearby enemies. Can also shoot out projectiles when used mid air.
Excavor: Giant steel blades surge out of the ground around Death, impaling anyone nearby.
A fireproof, floating, magical book that is filled with all kinds of magical spells that Death has learned over the years. It follows Death around like a loyal dog and if opened by anyone else other than Death, the only text visible will read: "WOOF! WOOFWOOOF! GRRR!"
Each of Death's spells consume a portion of his max mana reserves that automatically fills back up unless fully drained in which case it refills after a few seconds. While he starts the game with a low amount of mana that can be increased with items, this appears to be a gameplay mechanic as he is described as being able to increase his mana reserves at will and far beyond what the game will allow with the Focus spell.
Poisoned Gift: Death throws two balls of venom made up of all the venoms of every snake found on the surface, poisons excreted from all the most lethal spiders who have ever existed, and a hint of wild mint for flavor.
Boomerang Hex: Death shoots curved pure mana that then comes back around like a boomerang. Can launch more than one at a time.
Myriad of Stars: Death summons a handful of miniature stars that then fly forward.
Shockwave: Death releases an energy wave all around him.
Spitfire: Pitbook shoots out a trail of fire on the ground.
Death can also gain various curses which (despite the name) amplify his stats, scythe, cloak, magic, or give him new abilities outright. As there are 243 curses available, I will only be including those that aren't reliant on gameplay mechanics and can be translated into lore (such as a curse that doubles defense) and will only include the best version of a curse (meaning that if there is a curse that triples Death's damage then I will not post a curse that only doubles his damage).
And My Axe!: Every time Death uses a Cloak based weapon, an axe is launched from his cloak.
Zeus's Wrath: Being damaged causes the foe to be struck by lightning.
Static Electricity: Using a Cloak based weapon causes the nearest foe to be struck by lightning.
Stroke of Luck: Death will survive a fatal attack as long as he's not one hit away from death. This effect will continue as long as this is the case.
Now that as an employee you know everything there is to know about the CEO himself it is high time that you got to work filtering souls for the great beyond. So swallow your feelings and put on a smile because the first day of the end of your life begins...now. Welcome To The Afterlife
2023.05.31 01:50 BrokenHedgehogCyber Security Question: Has this site potentially been poisoned by malware or is this a standard means to code a site?
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My game doesn’t allow me to move when my switch is docked. It works when handheld. It’s not the joycon because it lets me move on the homescreen. I just wish to play legends arceus while docked. Please someone help me with this. I have Googled this problem every which way possible and I see solutions for other situations but not mine. Some additional details: • Game, controllers, dock, system is up to date. • I deleted my saved game data and it’s like new. • At first thought it’s a setting in the game menu so I played through the intro until I got to the game menu on the handheld.
2023.05.31 01:42 Overwatch-is-TRASHAs a relatively new Elite Player... The game has a HUGE flaw... Trying to get new people into Elite is a nightmare.
While I personally find the game fun at times, it's honestly on the top of my hardest to recommend games. I have an easier time recommending Total War to any of my friends. I think everything can be summed up by how they treat Engineering. Apparently it's VERY IMPORTANT. But you know what it's not so important that it's hidden in a small panel behind a UI that most people will never notice. If this is so damn important, shouldn't it be unmissable? That pretty much sums up the whole game. Apparently people have FTL Travel but can't tell you what commodities will make money... You have to rely on Third Party tools... All this stuff is in the game why does the player need to pull out google to do anything 24/7. Everyone has pretty much accepted the game for how it is but honestly if there's one piece of feedback I would shove up Frontier it's make Things actually VISIBLE. Beginners that play your game part of your source of revenue. If they like it they'll actually buy the AX microtransactions instead of refunding after 2 hrs. Also for some reason regular Missions suck at making money, awesome beginner's trap. Also the UI really needs work. If I am trading stuff back and forth why do I need to manually scroll down to the thing I have to sell it? We got Computers in our ship that helps us dock but not smart enough to know that I have 700+ Bauxite and that's the thing I want to sell? Why can't I favorite an item to buy so it gets to the top of list. Maybe I need to google how to not make the UI Suck. The ships are awesome... Shooting things is fun... Going Fast is fun... But interacting with the systems is a huge chore.
2023.05.31 01:40 nateous83ChromeOS/Chromebook problems accessing google sign in on dndbeyond.
Hi all, I'm hoping someone can help me with this. My nephew (10yo) has a chromebook which he uses for DNDBeyond. Recently he had issues with malware attempting to download some shady pokemon tower defense game. In clearing out the malware, his chrome settings were reset, and unfortunately following that, he has been unable to access the site. When he clicks "sign in with google" nothing happens, no pop-up or anything. I tried to google and search their forums for a solution, and I've even enabled all cookies, and whitelisted the site to enable pop-ups etc. but still nothing has worked. Has anyone encountered or resolved this issue and can provide a step-by-step answer? Pls and Thanks
2023.05.31 01:33 Lappel_du_Vide013What is this game?
I used to play this game with a friend and I can't seem to figure out what is called and my google searches are coming up empty. It's either Xbox or Xbox 360. It's a two player strategy game and you choose a character who each has a few different monsters/minions that have different special powers. You face off and your monsters/minions/etc are lined up in rows & columns like a chess board and you take turns sending your minions at each other with the goal of killing their monsters & hitting your opponents main character until their life bar is empty. There one character that has zombie or ghost minions, another has knight minions & others that I can't remember. You can stack minions that are the same type to ramp up their effectiveness or activate their specific special power when you send them at your opponent. Does anyone have any idea what this game might be?
2023.05.31 01:20 Fantastic-Tomato9070$25 12tm ppr TE prem SF Dynasty Start Up (10 starters)
Sleeper Star wars themed 1QB, 2RB, 3WR, 1TE, 2 FLEX, 1 SF, 15 Bench, 4 IR, 3 Taxi 25 round start up Draft will start when league fills First 12 to pay are guaranteed entry Payment thru Leaguesafe- link will be in league chat and can be viewed once joined Snake draft with 3rd round reversal (4 hour timer) Must pay into 2024. $50 total, $25 for 2023 and $25 for 2024 Bylaws- https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Nt8lFJrLbXGjP7V1KHshFvqwuJQotmVDjiMn0dVRDJ0/edit Comment if interested and i’ll dm inv link
Residential home, 1 level story, about 1500sqft, 4 adults (1 heavy gaming user and 1 work from home). Current setup Arris modem to 1st gen Google Mesh wifi throughout. Project: CAT6 to all bedrooms, living room and potential kitchen (ceiling maybe) into a networking hub location. Easy setup and yet secured. Budget up to $1000 if needed. Idea #1: Leviton structured media enclosure, Tp link 16 port unmanaged (TL-SG116), Cable Matters 12 port vertical patch panel (x2) and the same Google Mesh Wifi (just for wifi purposes). Idea#2: StarTech 6u rack, Tripp Lite surge protector, TP link Omada set up( controller, ER7206 router, 2 TL-SG2008P) and EAP660HD or EAP670. Any input/recommendations? TIA!
2023.05.31 01:16 FuzzyNautilusStrange things with Google Drive
I have both a NoteAir (kindle reader now days) and a Tab Ultra and am having a strange Google Drive issue. I can put a new install in and + to add new files is in the lower right hand corner and works file. When I open it again later, the + is in the upper left hand corner and will not work at all. (nothing at all on Tab Ultra and a black screen on the NoteAir) I can upload files, create directories, nothing. I can then uninstall and reinstall and start the game over again. Basically, the menu bar is moving from the bottom of the screen to the left side. And don't know if this has anything to do with it, but there seems to be no way for the Tab Ultra to switch to landscape mode. Running 3.3.2. Starting to use it more for work and finding out things that I seem to have problems with that should not be problems. Any help is appreciated (and force to use system orientation is on) Steve