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Need a Blocker for Desert treasure(kamil)

18 April 2013 - 10:29 PM


Wizards guild battlestaffs?

07 April 2013 - 02:26 PM

Does the wizards guild stock battlestaffs? If so how many?

Buying all green d'hide

31 March 2013 - 07:37 PM

1.4k each Pm for more details.

How to fund 94-99 ranged? (pure)

11 July 2012 - 02:28 AM

I'm trying to get 99 ranged before the combat update arrives.

Frost dragons have been my main source of income, but due to the drop in prices, I'm not sure if it would be worth the time to collect the bones needed for 94-99 ranged red chinning at ape atoll.

I've narrowed it down to two choices.

I could go to revs and kill about 5-10/hour. I'm not sure of the droprate on items but I usually get them randomly every 50-75 kills or so.

The advantage to this is the low supplies used, as I rarely get pked while there(logout,tele,tank,ect). Typically I only use an inv of monkfish and mabye 50 mith arrows per trip. It's also possible to get lucky and pay for all of my chins in one trip.

Disadvantages are obvious, what I get as a drop is random and somewhat rare. Without the drops my profit is pretty much nil to a slight loss.

Or I could stick with frost dragons. I typically get 31bones/trip within 30-45 minutes with a cannon.

I get quite a decent amount of ranged xp (not exactly sure how much/hour) and the money is consistant, but bones are dropping and I fear even if they get up to 15k each, I may not be able to make the money needed to get 99 ranged within a reasonable amount of time, as I don't play as often as I used to.

Or could there be a quicker way to make the cash needed before the EOC update officially hits?

Here are my stats if it's any help.
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Woman wins $9,867 in small claims court over "false" MPG figures.

03 February 2012 - 04:55 AM

Civic Hybrid Owner Wins $9,867 In Small Claims Case Against Honda

Heather Peters was successful in her small claims case against Honda, in which she alleged that the car wasn't getting anywhere near the 50 MPG she says the company advertised her car would get. Although Honda only has to pay her $9,687 for this particular ruling, Peters has essentially laid the groundwork for other owners to make similar claims that could ultimately cost the company an enormous amount of money.

When Civic Hybrid owners realized that they weren't getting the promised fuel economy they started a class action lawsuit that Honda eventually settled for what came out to be about $100 per owner plus rebates. Peters refused the settlement and instead filed a claim in Los Angeles County Small Claims Court.

She also launched the website DontSettleWithHonda.org, which shows owners how to opt-out of the settlement and file a claim in small claims court. Unlike a class-action lawsuit, small claims court usually allows an individual to file a complaint without having to hire an attorney. In the case of L.A. County, for instance, even Honda wasn't allowed to use a lawyer in court.

"I am absolutely thrilled at the reports that I won, even though I won't see the actual judgment until it comes in the mail," Peters said in a statement to Jalopnik. "It's a victory for Civic Hybrid owners everywhere! Sometimes big justice comes in small packages."

Peters was just shy of the $10,000 maximum award, which should give the people at Honda a lot to worry about if people heed her advice.

Honda spokespeople, in response, said in a statement today that "we disagree with the judgment rendered in this case, and we plan to appeal the decision."


How do things like this happen? I thought it was common sense that actual MPG figures depend on driving style and the condition of the vehicle. How was that not considered at all? It makes no sense...