Hi humans. This Jayce thought he was sneaky when he came to gank my lane after I had killed the enemy mid laner. What he didn’t realize was that I was running ability power masteries, started a Doran’s Ring, and was maxing my Q first. After he got chunked down really hard by my Hungering Strike, he promptly used his To the Skies on a minion to create distance, and even Ghosted away. It’s almost as if I had ganked Jayce without even leaving my own lane. (Click on the image to view the video) (Linked image not working? Try this direct URL. http://www.twitch.tv/parkzer/c/2236314) We’ve all heard the saying – wards save lives … or help you take lives of others.
Hi humans. Today’s highlight clip of the day is from a stream session during which I was leveling up an alternate account to level 30. Although it’s nothing actually amazing, because I was playing Kayle and her champion was essentially designed to save people from death, I still thought it was funny that Thresh survived for this long in the first place, then I barely reached him in time to secure his getaway. (Click on the image to view the video) (Linked image not working? Try the direct URL. http://www.twitch.tv/parkzer/c/2219333)
Hi humans. You know how normally, the jungler comes to gank your lane? Well that’s a thing of the past. Introducing: five-man ganks, a new developing meta. (Click on the image to view the video) (Linked image not working? Try the direct URL. http://www.twitch.tv/parkzer/c/2219299) And no, to this day, I still do not know why I was maxing my shield second.
Hi humans. For the first time in a pretty long time, I streamed some Tetris because I had a little bit of relaxing time. I asked the Hard Drop shoutbox what they wanted me to stream, and the only main request that I got was to do a stream session together with Virulent. The only Tetris game Virulent likes to play is Cultris II, so I went ahead and downloaded it, and streamed it for a few hours. Unfortunately, I happem to be really bad at Cultris II, and it didn’t end up too great for me. Today’s highlight clip comes from the stream session, and is a simple, classic misdrop fail. (Click on the image to view the video) (Linked image not working? Try the direct URL. http://www.twitch.tv/parkzer/c/2209325)
Hi humans. After weeks of Battlegrounds matches (and losing a majority of them), I finally got enough credits to be able to craft myself a Crasis Robe, the cloth body of the Conjunct PvP set. I considered dying it white as well, but I instead decided on blood red to add some variety to my gear. And, I can tell the tale of how my robe started out white, but turned bloody red as a result of all the souls I’ve slain on the battlefield. Of course, I don’t have my Conjunct gloves and boots yet, so those white gloves and boots are part of my Abyss PvE set (which is why they don’t match). I will eventually be getting the PvP Conjunct versions of my gloves and boots as well.
Hi humans. My Internet service provider, ResTech services, has a customer service department that’s open until midnight. At 12:04 AM, four minutes after midnight, my Internet started beginning to fail. FOUR MINUTES after the customer service department closes. My Internet is randomly disconnecting and reconnecting, and when it does eventually reconnect, it’s extremely slow. The worst part is that I have an exam coming up in a little over 12 hours, and I need to do some final preparations, which involve downloading documents from my course website. I’ve been spending the past eight minutes or so trying to download a 1 MB PDF document, and it’s still not finished. So I decided to come on my blog to write about this tragic moment as I panic, and procrastinate trying to find a solution to this Internet crisis that I will most likely not end up finding, and going to sleep.
Hi humans. I think all the misfortune I’ve had in Tera in the past has been made up by what happened earlier today. After I had several thousand gold collected up in my inventory, I decided to buy some Extensive Alkahest and go for enchanting my disc to +12. I was lucky enough that I succeeded, and even had some alkahest left over. I decided that with the extra alkahest, I’ll try to enchant my robes to as high as I can get them. Literally within under ten minutes of getting my first +12 item, I enchanted my robes to +12 as well. gg
Hi humans. It’s the middle of April right now. And it’s snowing again. wtf.
Hi humans. If you’re not fully familiar with Tera, the political system here is determined by two primary methods – voting and killing. My guild decided that for this term of political power (called vanarchy), we are going to go the PvP route, and have guild-on-guild battles to determine who will rule for the next term. This, unfortunately for me, means that I can’t step foot outside of the city without getting attacked by multiple people at once. Yes, every single person with a red arrow above their head is an enemy. This screenshot was taken at the boundary of the safe zone, where if I were to take a few steps out, my enemies would be able to attack me. The worst part is that I have no PvP gear yet, because I’m still working on getting my PvE gear. I have a feeling this is going to be a tough week…
Hi humans. Today’s stream highlight clip is from a game where my team was down fifteen kills, and was basically behind the entire game. The enemy team decided they were strong enough to do Baron, even with all five of us surrounding the pit. I saw an opportunity, and I knew that I could do it. I went on a suicide dive mission. After walking into the enemy team, I used my Zhonya’s Hourglass, becoming invulnerable for 2.5 seconds. Immediately upon returning back to normal, I used my Seraph’s Embrace to give Kayle a slightly larger window to use her ultimate on me, making me invulnerable for another 3 seconds. Even after coming out of Kayle’s ultimate, I survived for an additional 1.5 seconds or so, before dying and entering my passive form, which lasts for 7 seconds. Those 14 seconds were true devastation for the enemy team, and regardless of how far ahead they were, they couldn’t survive a near-full-build Karthus. I secured a quadra kill for my team (which would have been a penta kill if Hao had let Nasus die inside my Defile), and started the comeback that would eventually let us win the game after several more minutes of pushing. (Click on the image to view the video) (Linked image not working? Try the direct URL. http://www.twitch.tv/parkzer/c/2135202) btw, yes I ♥ PhantomL0rd