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Troacctid last won the day on January 6 2014

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About Troacctid

  • Birthday 12/25/1991

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    Magic: The Gathering, Dungeons & Dragons, music (and singing)

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    The Farming Guild
  1. Troacctid, a popular blogger on Tip.It who was previously thought to have either been abducted by aliens or eaten by wolves after her unexpected disappearance several years ago, was spotted alive and well this week at a local gaming store. "What? My blog? Oh, right, yeah, that's a thing that I used to do! So you're a fan, huh? HYT!" said Troacctid. "Yeah, I'm pretty much off of that game. But there were some good memories for sure." The former blogger denied having mysteriously vanished. "What are you talking about? I wasn't abducted by aliens. What kind of ridiculous story is that? Who even came up with that? I've just been doing other things, like studying accounting and playing tabletop RPGs," she said. "And no, I didn't change my name and identity to 'hide from the press.' I came out as trans, like, months ago? Don't you follow me on Twitter? And my eyes are up here, by the way." When asked if she would be returning to the blogging scene, Troacctid said, "I don't think so. Like I said, I don't really play that game anymore. Besides, I'm very busy! I'm running like half a dozen tables of D&D a week now. I suppose if there's demand for it, I could write up a quick update, maybe do an AMA in the comments if people want to know what I've been up to, but that's probably it." Troacctid can be reached on Twitter as @troacctid. You can also ask her anything in the comments.
  2. The books are not canon in the slightest when it comes to the game lore, so any crimes or violence they commit there cannot be taken as indicative of what the organisation is within the game. The books are canon. Several in-game sources verify it. The Black Knights were the aggressors in the last war, and their previous leader, Sulla, was a ruthless, violent, cartoonishly villainous psychopath. The Black Knights are also slavers. They totally use slave labor. That's not something T.S. Church came up with, either, it's straight from in-game lore. You gonna defend that too? How many evil deeds have the White Knights committed in canon? I'll give you a hint, it's none, because they're the good guys.
  3. The White Knights are legitimately good guys who have protected Falador in war and peacetime alike. The only "evil" white knight we've met was a traitor who was feeding information to the Black Knights. It's the Temple Knights who work in shades of grey, and honestly, we've still only ever seen them go after evil targets. The Black Knights have historically been a pretty evil organization. The only reason they're remotely sympathetic in the Sixth Age is because of Lord Daquarius and his sensible, moderate reforms, and he still has to struggle to keep the extremists under control. Just because the evil faction says "But they're just as bad as us! Worse, even!" doesn't mean it's true. Of course they're going to say that, they couldn't justify being evil if they didn't believe everyone else is just as bad.
  4. We should call it RunScape, since banks and teleports are both nerfed.
  5. Good. About time they came to their senses about that. Are they adding the Ethereal and Shark outfits back to the wheel as well?
  6. Also you get two stamps for free by talking to the ninja master, so you can skip that one if you need to.
  7. Well, if the lore books are miniquests, then okay, sure. Livid Farm is clearly in the minigame/D&D/activity category. It's not a quest and it's not a miniquest. It makes no sense for it to be part of the quest cape.
  8. It's a 100% drop from the confused barbarian.
  9. Most of the overrides are tradable, so you can get decent money by taking a minute out of your hour to kill Clawdia, assuming the things sell.
  10. Those vitality accessories are actually pretty damn cool-looking. That's because it's a two-handed crossbow.
  11. He regrets the OUTCOME. He regrets that it didn't WORK.
  12. Saradomin wants to use his power to protect people who are too weak to protect themselves. He believes his power gives him the responsibility to use it for the good of mankind. He chooses to use his gift to fight evil. Zamorak isn't interested in protecting anyone. All he's after is power, and he'll do anything to get it, even if it means destroying innocent lives. That's not even propaganda. Look at what he actually DOES in the storyline. He blows up Forinthry! He commits genocide against the dwarves! Etc. Basically, Saradomin is Superman and Zamorak is Lex Luthor. Lex Luthor loves to paint himself as the hero and Superman as the villain. Well, **** you, Luthor, if you want to be the hero, maybe try actually helping other people. And not just in imaginary storylines, either.
  13. That would actually be great. Stackability!
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