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Vampires Live Iphone Strategy Guide
UPDATE: As I have played deeper into the game, I have discovered some flaws in the strategy below. The overall understanding of the rules is still valuable, and the strategy works great, until level 30-40. At level 30-40, enemies start having a full set of the most powerful abilities. To compete against those enemies, you must also have a full set of abilities. The upkeep on a full set at level 40 is around 24 million blood per hour. It only gets worse from there. The raw cost to purchase all of ......

Posted On Thursday, July 16, 2009 6:50 AM

Oblivion Guide : How to become and play a vampire
NOTE : There have been some comments getting out of hand. I am deleting any rude or personally insulting comments in this thread. Keep it clean. So in reading my blog referrers, it seems becoming a vampire is a problem many people have, so I decided to write a little vampire guide. This guide contains some mild spoilers. be warned. Becoming a vampire is really easy. There are two major paths 1) Fight a vampire. 2) Recieve the “dark gift” There is not a way to make yourself a vampire via spells, a ......

Posted On Tuesday, May 9, 2006 7:38 AM

Oblivion : How to make an unbeatable, invulnerable, immortal mage.
So I give this information as both a guide, and as a warning. Playing the mage char is pretty tough. You get killed pretty easily. So I found a way (without cheating) to not get killed. But be warned! this makes the game REALLY easy, even on hardest difficulty. Choose a Breton, with sign of the mage (or atronach) Specialize in conjuration, illusion, destruction, and sneak. And play through the mages guild to become archmage (I actually became immortal about 1/2 - 3/4 through the mages guild). Becoming ......

Posted On Monday, April 10, 2006 6:17 AM

xbox 360 and windows integration - The killer feature : streaming FROM xbox to CPU
So XBOX has a lot of synergy with the computer, especially with MCE, stream your MCE content to the XBOX etc. But I must complain that I can't stream from my non MCE box to my XBOX. Situations like this do not make MCE more valueable, it just makes it obvious that you are trying to upsell MCE. Thats great, my next box is going to be MCE anyway (when they support HD over Digital Cable) - but in the meantime, you are just annoying me for no reason. In any case, Xbox and MCE are blurring the lines between ......

Posted On Friday, March 31, 2006 10:04 AM

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