Paully
Account Details
SteamID64 76561198040670752
SteamID3 [U:1:80405024]
SteamID32 STEAM_0:0:40202512
Country United States
Signed Up January 21, 2013
Last Posted January 12, 2017 at 1:42 PM
Posts 33 (0 per day)
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In-game Sensitivity 4
Windows Sensitivity
Raw Input 0 
DPI
1000
Resolution
1920 x 1080
Refresh Rate
144hz
Hardware Peripherals
Mouse Logitech m100 (quite meh mouse)
Keyboard CM Storm QuickFire TK mx blue switches
Mousepad "optimum online" aka random mousepad
Headphones Sharkoon xtatic sr
Monitor ASUS Widescreen LED Backlight LCD 3D Monitor
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#5 anyone else plays paladins in Off Topic

PaullyWallnuts i'm 5k competitive rating feel free to ask me shit about the game

posted about 3 years ago
#98 what did u get for xmas in TF2 General Discussion

-nice windbreaker
-pajamas my mother sowed
-drip stand for my shaving brush and razor
-flannel shirts and sweaters
-100 feather razorblades (brand I use)
-wool socks
-money and cologne from extended family
-comedic gifts like pillows with sayings and key chains

posted about 4 years ago
#31 CSGO revolver in CSGO General Discussion

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u6mYGcNgKn8

posted about 4 years ago
#9 Favorite TV show theme song? in Off Topic

go gadget go
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EcF2LOaLgA0

posted about 4 years ago
#105 Donald Trump in World Events

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G1_eb08oocA

posted about 4 years ago
#11 Invisible Crosshair game in Off Topic

Finally all these hours of the original killing floor are going to pay off

posted about 4 years ago
#64 oldschool runescape in Other Games

Super nerd post incoming
Alching yew longs/magic longs are always an option, but you'll almost always have a net loss if you buy your nats and the completed bow. Typically people alched them because
A. they're always in supply on the ge and they didn't mind a loss, or
B. they bought the logs (or maybe even cut them) and the bow string and made the bow themself and alched it and made a profit while training fletching and magic. For example, magic logs right now are 1.2k, bow string is 150, nats are 240. Buy them for lower overnight and you've made profit. Same for yews. There are others things you can reliable alch though, and even some cheeky ones depending on the market. Air battlestaffs, pretty much any rune item if you buy it overnight for lower, sometimes d'hide bodies and vambs, I've even alched mystic stuff before if i got a profit off it.

But there are several other methods of training magic that trump alching.
I.For comparison, alching is around 70k xp/hr, closer to a low 65k realistically.

II.Superheat smelts ore in your inven using magic. Level 55 requirement, is typically upwards of 100k xp/hr and is a profit. Gives smithing xp too, granted nothing to write home about.
III. I personally did string jewelry (lunar spell, strings amulets) that is afk, near 160k xp/hr but pretty big loss of money. Level 83 requirement and lunar diplomacy.
IV."Stunalching" Wield a mud staff, cast the spell stun then alch inbetween the cast time. A low estimate is near 150k xp/hr but some people have reported upwards of 170k xp/hr. Not as much loss as string jewelry, but is relatively click intensive and requires a mild amount of concentration in comparison to the click 3 times every minute that string jewelry is. You can also just stun instead to be less click intensive. Level 80 requirement.
V.Plankmake is heavily click intensive method, but boasts a nice looking 160k xp/hr while profiting on average. Most people use mahogany. Lunar spell turns logs into planks.Level 86 requirement and lunar diplomacy.
VI. I've heard talk of tan leather being used with magic imbue (resets game ticks, just know that it allows you to cast your next spell sooner than normal) to rake in some pretty numbers, but it hasn't been messed around with too much because it has a diary requirement to use the spell. Level 78 requirement, lunar diplomacy, and fremmy hard diary.

Every single one of these methods are faster xp/hr than alching, and some even profit. There is a mind set that if you spend more gp to get faster xp, you can use the time saved to make more money than you would have saved to begin with. If you take the figures starting from 80 magic, you'll save at least 80 hours of training doing either string jewelry or stunalching compared to alching, and you'd even profit several mil if you did plankmake.

Why save even 20m to do a training method that takes up to 80 hours longer? If you did almost any money making method with the time saved then you'd profit in the end. If you theoretically did green drags for 80 hours (if you didn't kill yourself before that) which can be estimated at 500k gp/hr for the mid level player then you'd make 40m overall. There are better money making methods than 500k gp/hr, so it just makes more sense to use the faster method.
Sincerely, this took way longer than I expected to write this out.

posted about 4 years ago
#13 Killing Floor 2 in Other Games

does medic still heal with darts and if so are the darts' hit reg still atrocious

posted about 4 years ago
#39 happy 4/20 in Off Topic

Happy anniversary of the columbine shooting. I mean Hitler's birthday.

posted about 4 years ago
#61 BBall Tourney in TF2 General Discussion

We're not gay

Paully http://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561198040670752/

Buddha http://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561197997528296/

posted about 5 years ago
#21 Free Community College for Two Years in Off Topic
DrPloxoWestern Michigan University gives a free ride to students that graduate from the Kalamazoo School system.

University of New Haven (located in West Haven) gives half off tuition (18k off, so tuition itself with no scholarships or subtractions of any sorts is 36k this year) to those who graduate from the (only) public highschool in West Haven, in an attempt to give kids more incentive to stay in-state because like 50% of people in CT would rather live somewhere else, and that's exactly what tons of college/university bound kids do. There's probably a lot of these programs around the nation.

posted about 5 years ago
#16 World juniors in Off Topic

http://i.imgur.com/T2pVqgi.png

posted about 5 years ago
#12 World juniors in Off Topic

lol the ruski sitting on the net after the game

posted about 5 years ago
#183 New Perspective in TF2 General Discussion

When you go to a large store such as a grocery store, especially around this time of year, there's bound to be someone (or someones) outside it collecting donations for Salvation Army, Humane Society, or whatever have you. Typically brandishing hats or sweatshirts or clothing of some kind with their organization's name on it, they might ask if you would like to donate to :name of organization here: and regardless of whether you do or do not, they will more than likely wish you a happy holiday or day or something of that nature. They might not even ask you to donate, merely say Merry Christmas and be there if you wished to offer a donation. Now, surely they wouldn't get any money if they were nasty, or even just "yo you wanna donate some money" compared to "Excuse me ma'am would you like to donate to x". Even if four or five people who are present volunteering all say about the same thing (for example, the previous quoted sentence) to you at the same time, but just one person afterwards says something (typically in a joking manner) such as "give us money" or "c'mon we're cold", that could very well turn off many people. Now, to a few of those people they could now forever see all people that brandish that organization's name in the same light as that one person that was seemingly quite rude in their eyes. When you are volunteering your time to try to collect donations infront of this store for this organization, you will not view your time as a failure merely because 10% of the people that walked by you didn't give you anything. As a matter of fact, 10% of people that walked by you to get into the store is the more likely number of people that WILL give you money. So what happens when you stand outside a store under the name of an organization that does truly help out people in need, but their reputation is tarnished by others? You be overly nice in an attempt to win these people over and see things through your eyes, to see the good deeds this company performs, sees how much good this company really does, see how many people this company helps. See how fun competitive can really be.

posted about 5 years ago
#78 TF2 player internet speed? in Hardware

http://www.speedtest.net/result/3958207320.png

posted about 5 years ago
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