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  1. Hey guys I saw this new game on YouTube Does it worth it or has any potential at all ? Tell me your thoughts https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/rumbling-games/knights-of-light
  2. Today ACE shows some footage he took during a recent trip to the Wright Patterson Air Force Museum in Dayton, Ohio.
  3. G'day AJSA, fellow Dota 2 players and anyone else reading this The forums have become quite the mess over the past couple months so I'm doing something I should have done a long time ago. This thread is going to be my submissions of old threads, posts and links that have appeared previously in the AJSA's Dota 2 forum but have since been dragged down and lost. You're free to add any threads/posts you've found but I will be moderating this thread so please be serious. This is a thread to help people see what a great community we have and hopefully help people along the way. Red titles are very important, Orange are important, Blue are less important but still something I felt was needed in here. Pink are what I found fun, less informative but still something I wanted to put here. SPECIAL thanks to Thrower for helping me out with this, took me a while to dig into the forums so his help was super valuable! Edit: For future additions I'll insert the date I added the link to this thread Alright, let's get started (This will be in no particular order): Joining the AJSA's Dota 2 Guild - Start here! http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/3413-angry-army-official-dota-2-guild/ AJSA Teamspeak Instructions http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/13-the-ajsa-teamspeak-video-tutorial-instructions/ Want to learn more about Dota 2 and it's Pro Scene? Go here! (added 9/7/2014) http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/20720-dota-2-newcomers-stream-the-international-2014/ AJSA Dota 2 Coach and Student List/Thread http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/13480-ajsa-coachesstudent-list-thread/ Finding a Dota 2 Team/Teammates http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/13200-want-to-find-a-team-go-here/ A Thread advertising a new AJSA Dota 2 Mini-Tournament from Riverside75 http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/23929-mini-tourney/ (added 20/10/2014) MuddletScience's thread on the Dota 2 2014 International Rankings and Results for the Main Event (with a link to all previous Ti4 games and results) (added 21/7/2014) http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/21029-the-international-rankings/ KazeNilrem's epic thread : The Dota 2 New Player Resource http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/10147-dota-2-new-player-resource/ The AJSA's First In-House Dota 2 Tournament and the results by Sundaecat http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/13541-ajsa-dota-2-tournament-begins/http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/13252-dota-2-pre-season-2014-tourney-for-those-who-dont-want-to-go-looking-p/ The AJSA's Second In-House Dota 2 Tournament and the results by Sundaecat http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/14733-forward-onto-march-ajsa-march-tournament-detailsin-a-thread/ The AJSA gets their very first Pro Esports team through Dota 2 http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/18020-congratulations-to-ajsas-official-dota-2-team/ The Angry Army (Official AJSA Dota 2 Team) shows us videos of some of their pro games and more http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/18367-the-angry-army-wants-your-opinion-official-ajsa-dota-2-team/ A sincere thanks from Muddlet Science http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/19430-thanks/ Sundaecat's thread on posting your frustrating Dota 2 Moments (added 10/9/2014) http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/11052-anger-management-thread-post-your-frustrating-moments/?hl=%2Banger+%2Bmanagement KazeNilrem's thread on the Techies Patch/Update (added 31/8/2014) angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/22327-dota-2-armageddon-is-upon-us-techies/ Sundaecat's thread on the Spring Cleaning Patch/Update http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/18079-discussion-on-newest-patch-the-spring-cleaning-patch/ KazeNilrem's thread on the Spring Cleaning Patch/Update http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/18080-dota-2-patch-681-spring-cleaning/ Charlie's thread asking for feedback with for our Second Dota 2 In-House Tournament http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/16842-ajsa-tournament-no2-feedback/ My (mrfool) thread about when AngryJoe Streamed his first time playing Dota 2 http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/11987-so-joe-plays-dota-2/ Owosso's thread on Quitting in Dota 2 games (check out Rain's post on this one, something pretty important to read) http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/9637-giving-up-dont-do-it/ Kaosz's thread for posting your DotaBuff profile http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/256-knowing-more-about-our-comrades-post-your-dotabuff/ Apex Spartan's very informative thread about Anger in MOBAs http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/18609-anger-is-failure-three-lane-highway-revisited/KazeNilrem's thread on the Dota 2 6.81b Patch http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/19455-dota-2-681b-patch/ funkymonk's thread on sharing Dota 2 tips http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/4908-dota-2-tips-youd-like-to-share/ Winial's thread about the Three Spirits Update http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/5043-new-threespirits-update-what-are-you-thinking-about-it/ Muddlet Science's very useful thread asking about Teaching Newer Players http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/8920-how-do-you-teach-new-people-well/ LivingstonePHD's thread on Noob Heroes (Heroes for newer players, some great in-depth replies here) http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/8522-noob-heroes/ Craigr910's thread on Terrorblade being announced (on Craig's link, go to page 3 in the top right to see Phoenix's introduction) http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/13349-first-a-themed-event-now-a-new-hero-edit-make-that-2-heroes/ KazeNilrem's thead about Valve's Free to Play documentary http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/14543-valvs-free-to-play-documentary/ Demonscolt's thread, this started one of the biggest help/advice threads in the AJSA's Dota 2 forum http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/14661-im-starting-to-play-dota-2/ Variloh's thread thanking the AJSA http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/17228-thank-you-ajsa-dota-2-guild/ Muddlet Science gives a tip for watching replays http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/11163-a-little-dota-knowledge-in-case-you-didnt-know/ Slender Man's thread about MMR Problems http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/20395-mmr-problems/ el_rubi3's useful thread about Pro Games http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/5150-watch-pro-games/ DallyRUN's thread asking for help with Starting Items (Valmios' reply is one to look at here) http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/6343-beginning-items/ Zhephyrus' thead asking about some hero lane combinations http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/6637-dota-2-hero-combination/ MegaMan also asks about hero lane combinations http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/13301-favorite-heroeslane-combos/ RobsTheName asks about Underrated Items in Dota 2 http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/472-underrated-items/ WarSocialist compiled a list of competitive members of the AJSA (not up to date, but still an interesting one) http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/289-competitive-players-sound-off-here/ therealgdude's thread asking for beginner help/advice (a ton of useful replies in there) http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/7019-i-need-help-in-dota-2/ Muddlet Science asks for a better way to play while learning Dota 2 http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/13527-whats-better-for-learning-solo-queue-or-group/ A thread from me, mrfool, showing how much the Dota 2 Guild has been growing (also a mention about our second Tournament finals) http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/16849-dota-2-growing-in-the-community/ Another thread by me, mrfool, showing a useful website for the Compendium http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/18747-ti4-prize-pool-tracker/ Another thread by me for reaching $10m for the TI4 Prizepool (added 5/7/2014) http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/20455-10m-we-did-it/ Some random fun submissions from KazeNilrem and other AJSA members (added 12/8/2014) http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/21596-dota-2-media-thread-videosimages/ Thread posted by me showing an epic DotaCinema Machinima video (added 15/7/2014) http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/20883-new-epic-video-from-dotacinema/ Muddlet Science's thread telling a great story http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/18799-good-guy-stories/ Craigr910's thread asking "Who is your favorite Hero?" http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/25-who-is-your-favorite-hero/ A rather amusing (and informative) post from MrDerwisj about a change to the in-game chat http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/18354-the-single-most-op-change-in-681/ Wowlock's thread showing an awesome Halloween image of Dota 2 Heroes http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/3044-behold-the-halloween-beauty-of-dota-2-heroes/ Sundaecat's amusing thread about funny experiences in-game http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/10241-what-is-your-funniest-experience-in-dota-2/ Sundaecat's fun thread about Themed Team compositions http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/13325-themed-teams/ Sundaecat's thread discussing Ability Draft skill combos http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/13659-ability-draft/ A positive post from Zoompoint http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/16390-what-a-night/ Madman's thread where he asks what your favorite hero voice quotes are http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/19555-favorite-quote-from-dota/
  4. Do you know a site or YouTube channel which highlight the similarities between new games and old ones? I bought Lords of the Realm Iii and whilst searching for a review, I found references to Total War. For a long while I thought Total War War was an inspired and original game. I also found a good walk through of the first Lords of the Realm. I would also like to view YouTube channels that showcase games that define their respective genre and are regarded as games you should play, if you want to understand a particular genre. Also games that brought life back to a waning genre.
  5. Hi, its me. As some of you may know, im currently studying history on Jagiellonian University. As such person, sometimes im granted acesss to things, that "ordinary mortal" cant be granted, nor will probably ever see them. So was last week, when my group was granted acces to National Archive in Krakow, under supervision of profesional archivist. Here starts the part with "normal mortal wouldnt't". You see, not everyone will have occasion to deal with "old documents and books" And by old i mean up to 1396 AD, which was the oldest document we managed to deal with. It was notary act handsigned by Władysław Jagiełło, also sealed with crown seal. And by deal i mean we could touch it, read it, etc. There were some unique documents we could "investigate". Among them for example handwritten letter by Anna, the Empress of Russia, sent to one of polish local dukes. Or, the handwritten manual of constructing and ways of use Congreve Rockets by Józef Bem. But, there was one tiny thing that im still thinking about. Archivist showed a letter, from XVIII or XIX century, that was never opened. It was sealed by two seals (yet we didnt manage to see what seals) which were holding string that whole letter was tied in. Archivists never decided to open it, they said that shortcut of letter was written on its back by author (it was indeed, theoretically some not very valuable information). But here starts the "mystery" part. They said, thats the unique type of sealing on our territories back then, and there is no other known letter in such condition. Who would bother to use 2 seals, and a string to hold some invaluable information? Especially when such practic wasnt popular on your terrains? Why would you bother writing the damn letter, if you wrote whats inside on its cover? Again, why bother sealing it if deliverer can read it aswell in such form? I asked those question the archivist. Man was quite confused and in the end just said "we wont open it, because the way of sealing it is unique, and if we did we would destroy the seals" (well, quite right). According to Schroedinger's theory, the letter in its current form can contain any information imagined . Also, the thing is even more fascinating (at least to me) if you consider the time period, when in Poland plots that could affect whole countries where made quite often, even including masonery (yes, thats not the fantasy domain, such thing existed, had influence on rulers and its proved). What wuld you do? Would you open the letter to check whats inside, or would you live it be?
  6. Hi, its me AGAIN ^^. Shooting threads out of my fingers like a machine gun This thread is for people who love history in a very special way. I mean a way, when you want to touch it, dig it, and etc. As we know proffesional archeology is not for everyone, also its a pretty expensive bussiness. So, many people buy metal detectors, or search for some interesting things around their houses, attics or basements. This thread is for such people. Personally, i like to walk trough a forest with a metal detector. But in Poland it can be both, gravely dangerous and illegal. There is a law that says, that everything that is 15 below the ground level, is a property of country. Fortnately, the law is pretty much dead, and nor police, nor courts takes seriously cases when people dig up things. Why? Because without such people nobody would know that these thing exist (like a Valentine Mk. V Tank, found in a swamps, where river was in 40s). Few weeks ago, some guy DONATED to a local museum approximately 50 AX BLADES, 6 Medieval helmets, around 70 various parts of armor and more. Museum manager went to court about this (wanted the man to be punished for thievery and maybe even grave robbing!). Fortunately, the court staff just laughed at a guy ^^. So, where do you seek your trasures? and what did you found lately? Last week i went to a local forest. Found about 2 kilograms of Austro-Hungarian 8x50mm Mannlicher bullet shells. According to marks on the shells, all of them were made between May and July 1913, in Mannfred Weiss factory, Budapest. Also, i found one igniter for a bomb or artillery round. Made in Volkswagen factory (IIWW). Around a kilometer away of the one i found another, and this time i was scared shitless, cuase it was attached to a round. Altough after very carefoul close look it occured, that its attached only to the shell top, which could be put on, and dismounted from rest of the bomb (definately bomb, igniter was bigger, very characteristic, and the top shell was looking like a one of the 50-100 kg air bomb. Igniter didnt went off. Few houndred meters away i found rusted Nagant revolwer, but it didnt survive extracting from the ground. Other things that i found around my place of living. An 1867 bayonet for a German or Austrian military police squads. Was in my grandmas room, on a bookshelf, and everyone thought that its a common russian WWI bayonet. When i did research it occured, that there is only one other beyonet of this type in poland, in a museum. But, mine is in so great condition, that if i had military record, i could even say which unit was it used for, because numbers are still very easy to read. Few days ago my uncle found in his own house, on a very old bookshelf 3 books. 1. An 1880 Russian bilogy textbook "Three Kingdoms of Nature". 2. A 1941 edition of german textbook for pilot's "Fliegt Mit". Althought cover is in very bad conditions, the rest of the book is untouched. Also, there is a signature of last owner, dated on 1944. 3. Some romance book, but the book in this case is irrelevant. The thing that is great about this one, are personal notes of a owner, probably a local doctor or grave digger. On last 3 blank pages, there is a list of people (By names) that died during plague that happened in my town around 1890. To that day, most of people thought it was just a local legend, because noone of the old citizens never spoke about it. What did you managed to find ^^?
  7. In light of the recent Fallout 4 hype, I've found myself reincarnating my Fallout experiences, be it Fallout 3, New Vegas, or the original two. While playing, I remembered Operation Anchorage, DLC for 2008's Fallout 3, was my first ever piece of DLC I had bought. It brought up a discussion in my head (I'm not crazy) as to which DLC I liked the most from Fallout 3 and New Vegas. This is obviously opinion based and may not reflect your choices. Favorite DLC Fallout 3: Point Lookout I chose Point Lookout because there's something about backwater towns with secrets that gets into my head. And also dolls, dolls are scary shit. Point Lookout made me feel cold, and isolated from society, mainly because of the many inbreds with shotguns trying to kill me. I didn't want to go back as the island played on my deepest fears (dolls, zombies, swamp creatures, inbreds with guns, death), but often found myself hoping onto the river boat for the novelty that Point Lookout provides. With the voodoo vibe, and the ghouls, and the dolls, it is truly a unique experience that I think every Fallout fan should enjoy. Favorite DLC Fallout New Vegas: Old World Blues Old World Blues took this one because I love the 50's sci-fi aspects that compose the DLC. With a twisted sense of humor, and science experiments gone wrong, you'll constantly find yourself pitted against enemies that seems only a person eating mushrooms could think of, but that's why I love it. The characters and the enemies are so vibrant and imaginative. The world, the atmosphere, the characters, the weapons, the back-story, it all plays out like some B-rated sci-fi flick from the 50's that tugs on my sweet spot. If you liked the original War of the Worlds, you'll love this. So, those are my favorite Fallout DLCs, with explanations as to why I think they kick-ass. Feel free to comment on which one is your favorite from Fallout 3 or New Vegas, or both. As well as anything you can think of that should be incorporated into Bethesda's next Fallout development, or anything you think should return from the previous fallout games.
  8. ...in my veins - but times have changed, I can't take some of my mates with me on a boat, and start looting and plunder my neighbors haha. So why isn't there any Viking games set in a open-world Viking world? You see elements of it in Skyrim and Witcher 3 - but it isn't a Viking world. Why not learn some history instead of playing fantasy-games? Am I the only one, who'd really like to see an open-world Viking game?
  9. Yo Angry Army! I guess I'm not the only one who sees this rap battles? So i thought which is your favorite, and who won it? My first place goes to Beethoven vs Justin Biber, Beethoven won when he committed his verbal murder in a major 3. degree!