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All posts created by Azure_Zero

yes it is
So far we have about 5 known folks with interest for this event.

I'm hoping we get more.
And there's hundreds of geeks here that would be happy to offer tons of advice on buying/building/breaking a PC. Probably even a few that would be willing to drive to Seattle to assist. But that would get creepy. Really creepy.

Agreed, most of us here know how to build a PC.
And driving down to assist would be really creepy.

My upgrade advice fragments;
Don't touch AMD CPUs, Intel is the way to go.
If you need to save on some cash on a complete computer,
-> go ONE CPU SOCKET behind the current (save between $600 to $1000)
-> Check CPU (FSB, Cache sizes, thread count) and motherboard (FSB, drive transfer rates, DDR type and frequency)
-> *Note you should check if CPU and motherboard are available before purchase.

Graphics: Nvidia Geforce (200 series and up)
PowerSupply: 600W or more.
Ram: Corsair Ram packs (Twin or Quad pack if Double Data Rate, or Triple pack if Triple Channel, based on Motherboard)
Hard Drives: Two Hard drives
-> (one for OS and Programs, the second for holding Documents and other important files),
-> For OS drive you can use a Hybrid Drive (Quicker OS loading, and cheaper than SSD).

If you don't feel comfortable building the PC, there are sites on the web that have DIY kits (gives the parts, no assembly) or build a PC with the parts you selected (assembly included)
Jane Snow
I'm down! If my home PC can handle it lol. I have had issues before and seriously need an upgrade!

If you need an upgrade, Boxing day is a good day to do it.
Two years ago I bought all my new computer parts on boxing day to build my, then new, PC.

This could also be a great Adventure Time with Bonny Episode for it's viewers,
And a good special or reboot episode of it.
Rathglen is the most centrally located to most of the current active population (though it's a pain for those of us in the south) and the ad hoc alpha social and trade hub.

True, but it's also a pain to be on the western side of the map when Interesting things happen on the eastern side.
That and the eastern side has Thornkeep.

Each settlement's position is give and take.

And the target settlement I was thinking of was Marchmont, not Rathglen as it's more to the Center of the map and fairer to Everyone's settlements.
If we get enough folks on board we might be able to Destroy a Monster Hex that's at full strength, and given the time, pull it off along with the surrounding hexes.

AND that would be quite the achievement, since NO ONE has destroyed a monster hex escalation that's at full power.
It'll depend on a few factors,
Like how many folks are interested, and where they are.

If it's a lot of folks (more than a single hex will allow) then It'll be broken into groups.

Link to Adventure Time with Bonny
Hey For New Years Eve Let's have a PFO marathon (8-24 hours),

I am curious as to how many would like to see or particitate in such an event.
Nope, The Steal the weapons was, on, but a previous purifing graves task was left from last night.
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A hex NE of Ozem Vigil has a incorrect escalation Subtype: Asks for stealing back weapons, when Graves are to be purified.

Also I recommend Putting ANY NPC we have to talk to near the middle of the hex so they are easier to find.