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World of Warcraft (commonly known as WoW) is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG). It is Blizzard Entertainment's fourth game set in the fantasy Warcraft universe, which was first introduced by Warcraft: Orcs & Humans in 1994. World of Warcraft takes place within the world of Azeroth, four years after the events at the conclusion of Blizzard's previous release, Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne. Blizzard Entertainment announced World of Warcraft on September 2, 2001. The game was released on November 23, 2004, celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Warcraft franchise. It is currently the world's largest MMORPG in terms of monthly subscribers.more...
The first official expansion pack of the game, The Burning Crusade, was released on January 16, 2007. During the 2007 BlizzCon event, Blizzard announced a second expansion pack called Wrath of the Lich King on August 3, 2007. The release date of Wrath of the Lich King has not been announced.
Unlike previous games in the Warcraft series, World of Warcraft is a MMORPG, not a real-time strategy game. As with other MMORPGs, people control a character avatar within a persistent game world, exploring the landscape, fighting monsters, performing quests, building skills, and interacting with NPCs, as well as other players. The game rewards success with in-game money, items, experience and reputation, all of which in turn allow players to improve their skill and power. Players can level up their characters from level ...
A player in an online multilayer game who uses C4 or other explosives to repeatedly mine a spawn point and detonate it as soon as players spawn. This is seen by many as being a way for people with little skill playing a game to get a high kill count. It is seen as "whoring" because it takes no skill to do, yet you get rewarded for it.
Not all players who mine spawn points with explosives are C4 whores. A C4 whore uses spawn point mining as their primary method of getting kills and avoids trying to kill other players with their other weapons. They will often do it to the point where large numbers of players will leave the server in disgust.
Some game servers, to combat this, make ammo crates not give out C4. The result is that a player only has the C4 that they spawn with. Limiting the damage a C4 whore can do.
Dude, quit being a C4 whore and let me spawn.
He's being a C4 whore. Killing all of us before we can even move. Someone kill them so we can actually play.
Don't play on that server. Too many talentless C4 whores.
C4 whores will be banned.
amen Rider 1 (仮面ライダー１号 ,Kamen Raidā Ichi-Gō?, Masked Rider 1) is a fictional character and main superhero or henshin character featured in Japanese tokusatsu. He first appeared in the television series Kamen Rider, the first in the famous Kamen Rider franchise of tokusatsu programmes. The primary protagonist of the series, Kamen Rider 1 is a motorcycle-riding superhero modelled upon a grasshopper. One of the most recognisable and iconic characters in Japanese entertainment, Kamen Rider 1 is as irrecoverably burnt onto to the cultural subconscious as the series itself.more...
In the original series, he was portrayed by Hiroshi Fujioka, who also performed most of his own stunts. Later, he was portrayed by Masaya Kikawada in the film Kamen Rider The First and its sequel, Kamen Rider The Next.
The character, before being transformed into a powerful hero, Takeshi Hongo (本郷 猛 ,Hongō Takeshi?) was a college biochemistry student. Born in 15 August 1948, he is an intelligent young man who enjoyed riding motorcycles, in the first episode of the series he witnessed the murder of a scientist at the hands of a Shocker kaijin named "Kumo Otoko" ("Spider Man"). He is then kidnapped and forced to undergo a procedure that turns him into a super-powered cyborg, but escapes before he can be brainwashed to do Shocker's bidding.
After this initial introduction, the series becomes, as with most tokusatsu programmes of the era, fairly formulaic. Each episode sees Hongo meeting another of Shock...
The governing body. Recently, the Commission has been rumored to be in a state of war although this is impossible to confirm. They have successfully squared off against UN peacekeepers who have threatened their interests. Little can be done to stop them as they are suspected to inhabit a well-stocked safehouse which includes an epic harem and is surrounded by armed guards.more...
Members are trained in the arts of mortal combat, modern espionage, and trolling. Trolling being the skill they employ most. It is by far the worst. Trust me. Seriously.
It is said that they only ride in the finest German automobiles and refuse to employ chauffeurs and would rather rely on other members as getaway drivers. Audi is the manufacturer of choice with the B5-platform S4 being their primary mode of transport as it is a very easily modified, capable, and unassuming sedan.
Enemies? It has been implied that the Commission does not have any enemies, as prospective enemies do not live long enough to enjoy such a title. Thousands of missing person cases and murders have been linked to The Commission, although there are no witnesses and rarely, bodies.
The group is believed to be funded by overseas companies. The G****r D***e is rumored to be a major supporter, although this is not and will not be confirmed.
How do they avoid headlines? Journalists have been advised to ignore the existence of such a group. Oh shit, they're here...
A tactic used by snipers in FPS video games. Older than the COD franchise, this tactic has been made heavily popular with COD: Modern Warfare 1 and 2. One of the biggest debates surrounding quick scoping is whether or not the tactic requires real skill, how much skill, or if it's just a matter of repetition and blind probability.more...
The tactic itself involves utilizing quick reflexes to spot an enemy, center them on screen as best as possible, and then zoom into your scope only to then fire as soon as the crosshairs are visible.
Some view it as an exploit. This is due to the fact that the crosshairs essentially "lock on" briefly and allow one to achieve relatively easy one-shot kills. A missed shot usually means one need only quickly repeat. Since it's primarily dependent upon reflexes and simple visual cues, sufficient practice by any player eventually leads to the ability to quick scope repeatedly with a diminishing overall vulnerability while doing so.
The tactic is helpful for snipers while they're on the run, in close quarters, in place of a weaker secondary weapon. However, abuse of the tactic as a primary method of fighting has lead many to view it as the "cheap" preference of noobs. Many who rely on quick scoping have furthered this stereotype by abusing it repeatedly, even going as far as ridiculing those who snipe in more traditional fashions (often calling them "hard scopers" in a derogatory manner).
A Minkus is a very small, tan organism that has a unique skill set still to be discovered. The Minkus does not interact well with motor vehicles and has no ability to work on or operate them, some say cars are a Minkus' primary predator along with bigger stronger organisms that tend to "haze" the smaller more docile minkus. Strangely enough the Minkus idolizes the professional wrestler Triple H and tends to immolate his actions.
The Minkus has a very interesting reproductive cycle with an extremely short gestation period, this short gestation period allows the Minkus to birth numerous offspring annually which helps the species survive because over 80% percent die within the first 2 weeks after birth. The Minkus carries its offspring much like a marsupial in a pouch but strangely it also warms the Minklets at night like a mother hen does with it's chicks.
Minkus your so fucked.
Bend over and take this paddle Minkus.