The MapTool 1.3 Stable Pool!

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Uhoh... Where did my list go? 59 might be it!!!

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59's out, but trevor said there will be at least a build 60... so here's hoping for 61!
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Well, I know I had an earlier number, but I better grab b62 before someone else does. I think... The End is Near! 8)

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Azhrei wrote:Well, I know I had an earlier number, but I better grab b62 before someone else does. I think... The End is Near! 8)


Sorry buddy, that one's mine already!

Get yer own number!

8)

For the record, you can go BACK to the post that started all this and check who has what numbers.
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Hey! I had 63 originally!? Very cool! ;)

(Note: I have not edited the original post (yet). If it becomes necessary to do so, I certainly won't tell any of YOU! 8))

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Just to give our Little Blue Moderator some more work when he goes back to retcon the post, here's another copy of the list:

b57 - DEAD - mrobviousjosh
b58 - DEAD - demonnic
b59 - Weero
b60 - kat2cute
b61 - Notsonoble
b62 - Orchard
b63 - Azhrei
b64 - palmer
b65 - Brigand
b66 - RPMiller
b67 - IMarvinTPA
b68 - Witchlocke
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thecyberwolfe wrote:Just to give our Little Blue Moderator some more work when he goes back to retcon the post, here's another copy of the list:

b57 - DEAD - mrobviousjosh
b58 - DEAD - demonnic
b59 - Weero
b60 - kat2cute
b61 - Notsonoble
b62 - Orchard
b63 - Azhrei
b64 - palmer
b65 - Brigand
b66 - RPMiller
b67 - IMarvinTPA
b68 - Witchlocke


What we need to do is start quoting this every time someone replies.

Of course, there's always the copy on my hard drives.
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Weird I have a copy on my hard drive as well that clearly states I'm the winner. :twisted:
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Trevor just admitted to a b61... sooooo close...
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*Updated 10-26-2009 - again with the new build and probability of the next in one one page of posts. b60 is out, but some strange disconnected-client behavior hints to a b61.
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Someone should tell Orchard to prepare his acceptance speech. :)

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patoace wrote:Someone should tell Orchard to prepare his acceptance speech. :)


Boys, I've had it ready for MONTHS!!

And even if I didn't, I could wing it. I'm that good.
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/me hands Orchard a bucket

Quit droolin'!
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thecyberwolfe wrote:/me hands Orchard a bucket

Quit droolin'!


Look, the mark of a quality village idiot is knowing when to drool and how much. I have this down. Not everyone does, it's a skill. Amateurs go into it just drooling constantly, thinking that it's effective, but really high level droolers know that you have to time it for effect. You gotta get the sibilant spray down. Drooling into the chili at the cookoff, and most importantly, aiming your drool perfectly to hit that open wound. These are a matter of great finesse, and not everyone can manage them. Of course, a properly guild-licensed village idiot will be quite proficient at all of these. This is important, since village idiots do have a certain standard of quality to maintain.
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Orchard wrote:
thecyberwolfe wrote:/me hands Orchard a bucket

Quit droolin'!


Look, the mark of a quality village idiot is knowing when to drool and how much. I have this down. Not everyone does, it's a skill. Amateurs go into it just drooling constantly, thinking that it's effective, but really high level droolers know that you have to time it for effect. You gotta get the sibilant spray down. Drooling into the chili at the cookoff, and most importantly, aiming your drool perfectly to hit that open wound. These are a matter of great finesse, and not everyone can manage them. Of course, a properly guild-licensed village idiot will be quite proficient at all of these. This is important, since village idiots do have a certain standard of quality to maintain.



Okay; for so for some reason this scares me. A lot!! You have way to much time on your time to think. :shock:
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