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  1. 3 points
    Sun's Super Knockout 5k to whomever hold most points! FFA Extravaganza Requirements: No Signups required Must have at least 4 players in game ONLY WINNER POSTS Winner can link clan mates for confirmation. Example - @DBZ(OD), @Rich(OD), @MooMoo(OD) Games must have a minimum of 4 players in the FFA Games can happen anytime, multiple times a day/night Screen shots are only required if there is a debate on whether or not you actually won GM Rules Apply in FFA FFA Point System 4 Player FFA - 1 point 5 Player FFA - 2 points 6 Player FFA - 3 points 7 Player FFA - 4 points 8 Player FFA - 5 points Example 1: TyeDie wins 8 man ffa Example 2(If multiple wins in ffa in one game): TyeDie wins 4 man ffa x3 (3 wins in a 4 man FFA)
  2. 3 points
    You were missed as well. It's understandable that you might be feeling reclusive, but you should try to make an effort to spend time with us and your division members anyway. Getting back into your familiar routine will help you feel better, and make things feel more normal again. And interacting with your members and helping out around the Division will help take your mind off of your loss. If you are by yourself then there is nothing to think about but the tragedy, and dwelling on it isn't healthy. Stop by once and a while, it may be hard at first but after a while it'll feel good to be with your peeps again. Then you just need to wait for someone in D2 to do something stupid and as you rail against them in the channel and crush them under your heel you'll remember what it feels like to be Sassy again. ๐Ÿ˜‰
  3. 2 points
    @MooMoo(OD) & @Purplez(OD) That sir is a loaded question, but yes I feel the current situation OD is in versus the previous years is the number of active members across other divisions, In the long ago times we had Starcraft and League of legends as large divisions where members also played various other games such as Diablo or Wow or Counter Strike. When you look at the economics and the population density of the games we are currently supporting I'd say we are doing quite well in comparison of the past, our numbers may be lower but the comparison of members to overall population of Diablo II is considerably different and might higher then the past. Alternatively the populations of players that have grown in other games such as League, fortnight and other games has grown and we havnt capitalized in those areas as we do not have enough capital (time and money) to invest into these games If you look at the number of people who play OSRS and RS3 as a comparison the numbers keep rising (look at url) http://www.misplaceditems.com/rs_tools/graph/ back to your question... to improve the QOL for people is to make it easier and simpler as this new generation the millennials and Zoomers hat are playing games and are in highschool and have copious amounts of time are the target audience if you want to get members where as a considerable amount of our population is born from the late 70's to early 90's not many kids are in our community that are born after 2000. When looking at a simple comparison between Facebook and Instagram and Twitter on a PC or phone you can very quickly see the ease of information presentation to the end user. The easier and simpler the information is to read and get across to the end user the more likely they are going to stay and join a community. People do not go to a car dealership that has a outdated 2000 website to look for a new car they go to the new easy of access designed website. Any and everything that makes small or large improvements to QOL (quality of life) and EOA (ease of access) simpler is the best thing we can invest our time into, but that is where politics goes into play and we get stagnated in a political battle deciding what is the best thing to invest our time into as this is a NFP community. or at least that is my POV on the subject. I fully support what the other admins decide to do but I'd rather not weigh in and slow down the decision making process when we are all going to go with most beneficial with least effort required. I have always liked the idea of the Runescape route for a division, however with the lack of other members to invest the needed capital into the project it would be hard to do so What a great question Cindy, Reasoning behind that is that my role, like most of my life right now, is mostly admin affairs and customer service and breaking down complex situations to educate the naive role. So that being said my rules IRL is to learn and become a better administrator providing advise for best solutions to IT problems, provide advise for customers on decisions to make along with educating the youth on complex body movements in gymnastics. I want to continue to use and build my awareness and decision making abilities in this community so that I become a better person overall and continue to invest in myself while giving benefit to the community. Why does someone take a job? Is it because they like the job, perhaps but in the long run it will provide them with experience and build self worth overall along with benefiting the company we are apart of (such as OD even tho its a NFP) Being able to read the board and get brought in for my opinion when needed is great for building self worth and expanding on how to handle complex situations. I could count many times in my life where I've had discussions in meetings in OD that hold true to real life situations that I do in my jobs now, and I felt better prepared for them because of these situations (I feel like I'm writing a testimonial to OD in this reply) I'd like to see another division big again like SC2 or League was as that is how we are going to diversify, however that being considered we need to look at EOA for new members we want to recruit and how we are going to market to these members because we have roughly 7 seconds to get someones attention and get them to want to join in any form of marketing we do. This could be any number of games we could explore options into.
  4. 2 points
    Posted this to twitter also! Nicely done @SuNSeT
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    Posted this on twitter ๐Ÿ˜„
  6. 2 points
    Boring amount of attention given to this Eval. Clearly you need to become a General that stirs up drama and controversy so that your evals will be more entertaining.
  7. 2 points
    Thanks for posting a question @Purplez(OD) ! I am still working on ideas to try and bring in new members to the community. As you know, it can be tough to motivate people to put forth effort to do much of anything these days... I also invite anyone with their own ideas, to post in the R & R committee or PM me, and I will do my best to help develop the idea and make it happen! In the past, Dave(OD) has hosted "recruitment contests", which yielded positive results, and we could benefit from a group effort of recruitment like that again in the near future. The other (more difficult) part, is retaining those new members. I believe that while having members in-game that are active is good for growth in that division, we need to start focusing on getting new members to interact outside of the game (such as in teamspeak or discord). This is where we can really show what OD is all about, and where we really separate ourselves from the froth - We are not just in one game or another, but a community of gamers playing all different sorts of games at any given time, maintaining friendships beyond the games that come and go. As far as something specific that we as leaders can do to spark more interest in our current member-base, the only place where I feel we are slacking-off in, is being active outside the games we play - being online and available in teamspeak / discord, posting in the forums, participating in events / awards, etc. We must lead by example, as I've seen you say many times around the forums ๐Ÿ˜‰ , and I fully agree with that statement. We can't expect our members to care or show interest, if we show that we don't care about the community ourselves. Thanks again for posting!
  8. 2 points
    Absolutely gutted I couldnโ€™t make it I was awake as well just couldnโ€™t bring myself to join because Iโ€™ve missed you all so much and I know Iโ€™d got upset trying speak maybe the next one Iโ€™ll definitely join , ive even become abit of a recluse since my daughter passing with friends thatโ€™s definitely not me I love partying but in time I guess sassy will be back seriously miss you all ๐Ÿ˜ž
  9. 1 point
    My vote will be to stay at rank. My only real issues with you comp is you are very long winded and i absolutely cannot stand when you try to play "devils advocate" it drives me up a wall as you lose much of your debating skills when trying it and just frustrates me. Work on this and the things badboi mentioned and ill support a promo
  10. 1 point
    Hey there Compfreak, I'll keep my evaluation of you short and sweet but apologize for it's brevity. I don't have any questions after reviewing the activity in this thread. There's been a lot of good points made to you about where you stand. And if there's one thing I know about you, you take them all to heart and use them to better yourself. I think it would be a huge disservice to you to vote for your demotion. You're quite possibly the most active General we have right now by a long shot. There is so much good I see in your future. And it is for these reasons I'm also voting for you to have a chance to go to that coveted 4th star. Best of luck Compfreak.
  11. 1 point
    ROFL Brian ok! You're down. So far we have: Froggie Minenotyour Noobking NoobKing also sent me this message: shapeshift druid lets get 8 please!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Thanks for answering my question Comp. You have my support for this promotion. You are one of the most approachable generals. I have seen you multiple times hoping around TS just to chat or play games with the rest of the community. Have proven yourself to be a great problem solver. You host admin meetings and weigh in on every topic in the generals board. Good Luck on this promotion.
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    Thanks for the reply @CompFreak(OD) I do understand it is merely a hypothetical, but valid concerns for analyzing the potential outcomes based on the inputs. Thank you for your analysis on how you would go about considering what to do with your given situation! and the other two questions aswell, yes I read them!
  14. 1 point
    Comp You have my vote to remain at your current rank. Like I said to Aerineth even the easiest evals take time so thank you for posting an eval. You have done nothing to warrant a demotion and therefore have had a smooth eval, which is nice. However I think unexpectedly there was some information brought up that you can definitely work on presented by Badboi after all perception is reality for many. You are a solid problem solver and usually can keep a clear mind but when you are overly passionate about something you can take to the defense and become a tad bit hard to work with on things. All in all your awesome at what you do and with a couple minor awareness concerns in the future id like to see you at a 4* that is the direction you are headed.
  15. 1 point
    I'll remind ya! Do you know what class you might choose *hint hint*
  16. 1 point
    Not sure if I'll try the PTR or not but I'm excited for the season.
  17. 1 point
    Congratulations to all of the winners, posted this on twitter ๐Ÿ˜„
  18. 1 point
    I'll be up front, I was the one who initially nominated you for demotion due to the reasons provided to you. Just in case that wasn't clear or you hadn't listened to the recording. I'm going to jump right into a question because unless it was asked and I'm missing it, then I need to know the answer. And I'm going to be very direct about it too. Do you even want to be a General with all the other commitments you have outside of OD and the minor contributions you've made since you rejoined over a year ago? If so, prove to me you want to keep acting in the capacity as General and it's something you need above the rank of Colonel. Furthermore, give me concrete steps you will be taking to ensure you deserve the rank of Brigadier General and become more of a prevalent figure.
  19. 1 point
    It's true, we do say you shouldn't drink and perform admin duties. Like I said, it wasn't my best performance. And I wouldn't have been drinking yet if I remembered there was a meeting. But I'm not just going to sit out a meeting when I had valid concerns to bring up. I didn't abuse my power, and I didn't affect anyone directly beyond seemingly wasting peoples time. I'm sorry you felt the discussion about how each of our Generals feel regarding the current standing of the clan wasn't productive. I'll finish utilizing the data that was gathered from the Generals opinions that evening and post it. I'm not sure what more you want me to say than I wish I wasn't drinking. I forgot the meeting was happening, and planned to have a relaxing evening till Purplez reminded me there was a meeting. It was a mistake that I didn't plan on happening. It doesn't excuse me having been a bit tipsy and I'm well aware of that. It was a topic I intended on bringing up regardless when we had our next meeting, whether it was a Generals After Party or an Eval meeting. The only thing it seemed to do for you at least, is irritate you and waste your time. Sorry it turned out that way for you. Unless I'm not remembering a specific situation you're referring to, it hasn't been my intention to ever personally attack anyone. I have had many frustrations that I've dealt with recently, some from personal health problems, some from complications here in OD, some from work. To be honest, I'm not sure if I can comfortably answer this question publicly to the effect that it deserves. After some consideration, I feel that it delves a bit too far into a personal reasoning than I'm ok with to divulge publicly. I would be happy to speak with you one on one though. I apologize. I understand if this is viewed negatively and accept it. But I will say this. Recently (the past 3 months) I know there have been a few instances where I either strongly disagreed with something in the Generals Forum, or when I'm speaking about something someone presented (@MooMoo(OD) you're coming to mind specifically right now) and I may have been a little to strong with a disagreement. If this is what Badboi's referring to, I want to perhaps have a second to clear it up: It was never my intention to attack you or your character, only the ideas that were presented within the thread, and not just from you.. even though you seemed to be the one on the receiving end. And if you felt I was, then I am deeply sorry for that. I promise you it wasn't my intention. If anything, it helped me get to know you better, and perhaps even respect you more than prior. It's easy to get a little carried away when you disagree with something, so overall I apologize, even if it didn't actually offend or bother you. In a broader answer that I think I can state publicly, there are some stances and opinions that I do not agree or think are a good direction to proceed in. But even if I don't agree with it, this isn't my clan. This isn't 'everyone will do as Aerineth says'. Administration especially are a team. We vote and decide things democratically. And even if I don't agree with something, if it were to pass, I would still support it going forward after having said my piece on the matter. What I don't like is feeling like sometimes I have to censure myself or feel like 'oh I've said too much'. And I get that feeling a lot lately. Perhaps it's the disconnect leading me to part of my response to Sunset in my first answer that I lightly alluded to but didn't state. Being part of what feels like the minority all the time does lead me to considering whether or not my usefulness in the position is actually needed. Even topics or things that happen verbally and not written down, (I won't name a name) but there's always someone staunchly on the other side refusing put themselves in my shoes and consider what I've presented. And that wears on you. There's no question I love this community and have sacrificed a lot for this community. So I suppose in a short and sweet response, I get frustrated and take things personal sometimes when perhaps I shouldn't. @R.agnarok(OD) is my favorite. Every time I've ever come to him for advice in my time here, he's always a resolute clear headed individual who's supported me from day one. If I'm to be honest, there's only a handful of people I trust to this degree and hold this much respect for. Thanks for being there all this time R.ag :) Enders Game, excellent book. Second one confuses the shit out of me cuz Ender's not in it (least so far). Don't know how I feel about it and still debating (1 month later) whether or not I want to actually read it. When I was leading the Diablo 2 division. I had purpose. Not being as connected as I used to be with the community as a whole. And I can tell you, it's actually a pretty lonely place. Sure I show up and provide input on topics (usually an unpopular opinion and in the minority lately), but there's little else tying me here beyond responsibility, honor, and duty of being a Commander in this community. I still love the administration side and providing what I do, don't get me wrong. But it's not as much as say 5 years ago while I was still in D2.
  20. 1 point
    As you know, I spent over a year prepping LightningWolves to become General and perhaps more than that. I spoke with him everyday and probably put in well over 250+ hours with him. Ultimately, he disappointed me. I also worked with Ghost to refine him into becoming a general. I have not worked with any others for more than 100+ hours. At this time, I do not have any plans on 1-on-1 mentoring to an effort that I've doe with the previous two officers. Thankfully, most leaders that are of Commander material, come in with previously learned soft skills, either professionally or from other communities.
  21. 1 point
    The question of whether the discussion taking place is significant doesn't really make up for inebriation during it. Rather the opposite actually, the state of our mind becomes an even more important consideration the greater an impact that a discussion can have on the Clan, wouldn't you agree? You often drink during evenings, which is fine in and of itself, but you've long-since recognized the risk of making decisions while intoxicated and there have been many occasions where you've refused to perform console-related actions or admin-related changes during evenings where you know you've drank too much to handle such decisions effectively. In the last General's meeting you tacked on an extra 30 minutes or more to the meeting that, despite the significance of the topic being discussed, largely didn't amount to anything because the majority of it was nothing more than us sitting there listening to you pour out your personal emotional despondency over the state of the Clan rather than actually discussing anything productive about it. So the question I have to ask is why? If you already know that you shouldn't make admin-related decisions while inebriated, have actively refused to make admin-related decisions while inebriated before because of the risks, then why did you choose to attend a Generals meeting (An eval nomination meeting no less) and bring up a topic of discussion (whose importance is so great you can't seem to emphasize it enough to us), knowing that you weren't in an appropriate state of mind to make proper judgements? Do you consider it better to attend a meeting inebriated than to miss a meeting?
  22. 1 point
    Admittingly, it wasn't my best performance. But the discussion that took place was nonetheless important to have regarding our current state of affairs in the community, such as our decline in members and most of us expressing concern for where we are. Further, it's one of the few meetings that I forgot about, and had I remembered I wouldn't have begun drinking before the meeting took place and would have waited till afterwards. Thanks Dabomb :) I don't see any point in lying or not addressing what's on my mind. As far as your question, we all know about the state of opinion with the website. Many have had a distaste for our archaic website, and many have claimed it drives them away. To ignore it would be foolish on our part. Part of my attempt to help activity increase is getting back into developing and pick up where the current Lauravel project is. It's not something that can be completed overnight.. and I can't stress that enough to those who are struggling with the look of the website. It takes time to develop the website. Now, a fair counterargument is, we've been working on it something website related for a long time, but there's still nothing that's come of it. I would love nothing more than to dedicate every waking minute to get it done as fast as possible. But that's not going to happen. Now that I'm working myself back into development, it is my full intention to begin developing the website redesign into something much more modern. It's just going to take some time. Also, it should be an effort of all of us to start being more active and more visible to the community. We should lead by example in that regard. Thanks for the questions guys! Keep them coming.
  23. 1 point
    Some of those answers are a little on the vague side, but it is about what I was expecting just the same. There are things about you that I wish were more pro-active, particularly when it comes to communication, all of which I've outlined in previous evals, but none of which really merit a change in rank particularly as you do step up to the plate during times when your involvement is most needed. At this point I'm pretty much resigned to the fact that I'll have to love you just the way you are. So keep your Commander rank and we'll talk about it again next year.
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  25. 1 point
    How many days are you planning to wait before you start answering some questions? Generals need to cast their votes within two days, and I've never really had to think about how to consider voting on someone who ignored their own eval before. I'd rather not have to consider it either.
  26. 1 point
    looks to me like it says odd2 tournaments
  27. 1 point
    @Trump(OD), post your screenshots if it goes well thanks. Best Regards, Mytho(OD). @MineNotYour(OD), I created this topic. Check it out!
  28. 1 point
    You do realize this was posted in Diablo 3 right. Not Diablo 2
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  30. 1 point
    So sorry I'm not one that enjoys "stirring the pot"? lol, That is to say, unless I feel a sense of urgency to resolve what I feel is a major problem, as I have been known to do so in the past... But I like to think that I've learned from my past mistakes at the very least, and try to take a bit longer to reflect and work through things before reacting... Perhaps some good questions will bring some controversy or thought-provoking ideas? I look forward to them! Thanks for the questions DBZ! It's difficult to speculate why exactly we've experienced a drop in membership, but if I were to guess, I'd say we've recently experienced the perfect storm of 3 main factors: Back to school time (historically we always have a drop in activity & membership this time of year) , a significant lack of new / exciting / popular games to play, and a few of our key recruiting members being IA due to personal reasons (including some of our most historically successful recruiters). All of these things contribute just a little bit to a drop in activity / membership, but combined, we're experiencing some of the lowest member counts we've had in many years... Some things we can all start doing to grow the community again, is leading by example in making ourselves available to other members regularly (in game and in ts / discord), and taking the time to guide / help new players in our games. In my experience, helping someone level or gear up in a game, will make people more receptive to joining a clan/community - creating a 'shoe-in' for us to pick up the slack in recruitment efforts that we've experienced. This is not to say that some leaders haven't already been doing this, but bringing it out in the open could spark an influx of new recruitment efforts. Some great questions MooMoo! I'll try to answer as best I can, but I'll apologize for the lengthy response ahead of time... ๐Ÿ˜‰ To clarify, when I stated my goal to "Try and spark a new interest in the Recruit & Retention Committee, in an effort to boost activity and growth for OD.", it was not intended as trying to get people to join the committee, but rather to spark an interest among the members of our community into contributing something. When I first started the R & R Committee, my thoughts were more towards trying to get members to collectively help struggling divisions with recruitment, and provide a place to bounce ideas to help keep members active and stick around, in order to help give the idea the best way to succeed. I've since then, come to the realization that: Division leaders can be hesitant to request help to begin with, and by the time they reach out to anyone, it becomes a race to get new recruits to revive the division, before they drop below the minimum 10-member requirement to stay a division. It is difficult to find members that have a specific game for a division, that isn't already a part of it, or has the means of investing both their money in the game and their time to try and help with recruiting, with little to no recognition for their efforts. As far as the retention aspect of the committee, it has been pretty difficult to get people to open up about what they'd like to see happen to either help to retain members, or changing their minds about leaving us. However, there has been a few successful things that the R & R Committee has aided with, such as "Cards Against Humanity Nights" hosted by me, and a couple instances of "Recruitment Contests", hosted by Dave(OD). I've also come to the realization that when a member wants to host an event or hold a contest, going at it all alone is a very daunting task that requires much effort for one member to accomplish. Scheduling, promoting, getting prize approvals, setting rules / dates for the contest, then actually hosting the event are all things that goes into hosting / preparing for an event... I feel as though the Retention part of the R & R Committee, would better serve OD as not just focusing on retaining our members, but also as an aid or helping-hand, open to all members, as a "sounding-board" for members of the entire community to bounce their ideas off of. Helping to get approvals for rewards & prizes, helping advertise / schedule events, helping to create a place to host them (i.e. ts / discord channel creation), etc. - are all things that the members of the R & R Committee can help our OD members with. Be it hosting fun activities for the whole community, having recruitment contests with prizes, or any other idea that someone may have, I want to make bringing it to the R & R Committee, is to bring your idea to a place you can post and get some feedback from other like-minded members to make it better or more successful. Whether it's helping members to schedule their event so that it doesn't conflict with other events on the calendar, or if you want to offer rewards & prizes (like OD T-shirts or personal temporary ts/discord channels, rank promotions, medals, etc.), or needing the generals' approval to offer such prizes, the committee can offer the means to request them and help to make your idea become a reality. Participation will be open to any and everyone in the community, so if you have an idea or event proposal, or if you need a place to bounce your ideas off of, speak up or post in the committee board! In order to "spark" this fuse, I plan on getting in touch with some of our social media leaders to not only help advertise and promote the interactive direction of the committee, but also to work in conjunction with the committee for events & contests that members would like to host. With some luck, this will help to maintain the member-driven friendly atmosphere that I think of when I think about OD - a place that people want to contribute towards. I expect that OD as a whole, has, and will continue to evolve with the times. As long as there are members willing to contribute their time and efforts, I expect we will continue on for many years to come. Along with adjusting with the times, which most people are all for (including things like updating our website, modifying our expectations for different ranks of members, etc.), comes inherent issues such as finding / vetting members with the required coding skills that are willing to volunteer their time and effort to help modernize our website / VoIP, or be it navigating through the bureaucracy enacting changes on a community-wide scale (which is a scaled constant in any non-dictatorship, that as the number of people affected increases, it becomes more and more difficult to affect change, no matter if it is a gaming community, a town, or an entire country). We as leaders, must not only weigh our own opinions when discussing such changes, but be proficient in adjusting our own thoughts / ideas / perspectives, to try and include the needs and wants of as many members we can, all while trying to accomplish what's best for the community as a whole. That is one of the biggest hurdles to overcome in my opinion - no matter how good of an idea we may have to fix a problem, you can't make everyone happy, and there will almost always be some sort of differing opinion or opposition on how best to resolve an issue. Some hurdles we have overcome in the past, and some we will continue to face moving forward - such as the dips in activity and member counts associated with time passing / games losing interest / drama between members (not everyone will get along all the time). The thing that separates us from any other clan that I've witnessed, is that OD isn't limited to just one game or another. As I've stated before, games will come and go, but the friendships and bonds we create by interacting regularly with each other here in OD, will help us continue to persevere. Are we or will we ever be a perfect community? Probably not, but we don't live in a perfect world, and you can't please everyone. We can only do our best to weather the storm (*see above response to Dbz's question), and continue to provide a place where people all over the world can come and interact, play games, and have fun together. I hope I've answered some of your concerns, and thank you for taking the time to post on my eval!
  31. 1 point
    Clan OverDosed has been existence 17 years. The Clan may have started out as just gamers getting together to game but it has evolved into a community. We get to know each other, share our lives, our experiences and game together. In my opinion, that is why this Clan has existed 17 years, the sense of community. That being said, the Clan Awards have existed since almost the start having been previously called member of the month and then in 2014 changing to the Clan Awards. We have a member base of over 200 members. I am sad to report that for this bi-yearly awards, I only received four responses out of 200 plus members. Does that mean the membership no longer wants or supports the Clan Awards? I am extending the nomination period until Friday, October 11. Unless the members take a moment to participate, I will have no choice but to cancel this October's awards. Our community needs participation! We need you, but I will abide by the majorities' wishes and if there is a lack of response by Friday, there will be no October 2019 Clan Awards. I respect each of you and whatever decision you make.
  32. 1 point
    Great tourney as usual! I FB'ed it.
  33. 1 point
    ahh one of these again that one was fun hopefully we can get some people together when i aint working lol
  34. 1 point
    Glad I read this cuz I was about to post it again lul I hope this event goes well for yall ๐Ÿ˜„
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    I think the awards are good for the morale of the Clan. We had a lot of different nominations this time, I believe a total of 12. While not as many as I would like, there were enough varied responses to warrant still holding the awards. Furthermore, we always seem to get more people voting which means more people are drawn to the forum, so a win-win in my opinion. It's a lot of work but I believe worth it, so I'm happy it turned out ok.
  37. 1 point
    I was born at 2:22am on the 22nd of the 11th month. These paths have been planned since birth
  38. 1 point
    Got this off dba.
  39. 1 point
    Will post on Twitter and Facebook for you before I plop to work for a meeting ~ Will tune in if you are still live when I am back. (P.S., he is a super nice dude so ya'll should watch him - that is all).
  40. 1 point
    It was a pretty nice party, thanks everyone who attended. And special thanks to Compfreak for lending us his music bot. Saw some familiar people and some unfamiliar people, had some fun games. A good way to spend the evening. For those of you who didn't come, you were missed, but hopefully you can make it the next time we host one. (Unless we never hold another one, in which case this was the only opportunity to attend that you'll ever have, and now your chance is gone forever!)
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    Jokes aside, I want to have an open discussion with our community, to gauge our current situation. Such as peopleโ€™s current plans for classic, what they are playing, where they are chatting, and with who. Then to collect any current complaints that we can discuss and if there is not anything wrong tell me that to so that everyone is on the same page. I hope to do this as an earnest attempt help cultivate our community. Hope to talk with you all soon!
  42. 1 point
    I started Monk then went Sader and finally Wizard for the win lol, other than that so far so good
  43. 1 point
    I love my chantodo wizard and of course multishot dh is always fun also! Season 18 so far has been pretty fun with the triune buffs
  44. 1 point
    welcome to OD! see u around ๐Ÿ™‚ lmk if u need help~
  45. 1 point
    Update: Turn out my Mobo is fried. I bought a refurb that is coming in on Friday. I am taking off Friday to rebuild the PC.
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    Those D2ers who attend the party will be given the opportunity to "pick a number" and win a perfect rolled DS SCL enigma! I will provide the lucky number to one of the Commanders at the party hehe So be there at the party on 9/28/19 at 5pm Pacific time. Thank you to @Chrisdwor(OD) for the runes and to @Deranged(OD) for the armour.
  47. 1 point
    mudded holes n recaulked the tub
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    Happy happy birthday to my best friend shon hope you have a great day if I get time Iโ€™ll call you but enjoy youโ€™re day shithead ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’™ thank you for everything you have done for me ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’™
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    Aloha it's me that one doc. ๐Ÿ˜„
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    Promotion System As of today the promotion system will be open for everyone equal or above Staff Sergeant. The promotion system will now be 100% transparent. The changes made to the scripts are: - Members equal or above Staff Sergeant will be able to see who is in the promotion list. - Members equal or above Staff Sergeant will be able to nominate and vote for promotions regardless. Members also have the option to nominate themselves in cases they login at times when no other members are on and unable to watch closely the work they have put in OD. The point requirements will stay the same and the punishment for not giving an appropriate comment will result in 1 rank demotion after a prior warning was given. An appropriate comment should contain: - At least 3 reasons for promotion. Reasons can be: -Recruiting, being a good recruiter is most important for the clan. -Activity on forums. -Website activity by keeping 0 DSL at most times, using the console to vote for promotions/trial members, award medals, etc. -Activity on our Teamspeak Server. -Activity on the games they play that are supported in OD. -Good behavior, this includes being GM at all times and how the member handles himself towards the other members. -Helping train members to improve their skills(all games) or by giving them items to help their characters (Diablo 2 and Diablo 3). -Achieve outstanding gaming skills. -Organize and participate in tournaments or clan events. -Being a good moderator, when the member has shown capability to deal with clan disputes without abusing his moderator rights. -Taking part of General Clan Discussions on the forums and actively bringing new ideas. Please make your comments clear and easy for everyone to read and remember to be respectful at all times. Have a good time everyone! ADDED (Oct 28, 2016 by Terra) - Rules on Self-Promotions
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