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Name: Jesse Everett
Date registered: July 19, 2012

Latest posts

  1. Dominion Card Picker v1.4.0 — July 21, 2016
  2. Dominion Card Picker v1.3.1 — October 5, 2015
  3. Dominion Card Picker v1.3.0a — May 15, 2015
  4. Dominion Card Picker v1.2.2 — February 6, 2015
  5. Quarterstaff Walkthrough Level 3 — July 7, 2014

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Jul 21

Dominion Card Picker v1.4.0

Ok, I just updated the Dominion Card Picker to v1.4.0, which adds the Empires expansion. I believe all new cards are implemented correctly, however if anyone notices any unusual behavior with the various card restriction settings, please let me know! Also, by request, I have uploaded the .html version of the card picker program for …

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Oct 05

Dominion Card Picker v1.3.1 Well, this update is very late in coming, but I finally got around to (nearly) fully implementing Adventures in the card picker program. Version 1.3.1 of the card picker will now select Events as well as Kingdom cards for the Adventures expansion, and several little bugs related to Adventures (cookies and min/max restrictions on …

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May 15

Dominion Card Picker v1.3.0a I just updated the card picker program to v1.3.0a, to give it *extremely* preliminary support for the Adventures expansion. By preliminary, I mean that so far only the Kingdom cards are implemented in the card picker. Events are still a work in progress. I’m still trying to figure out how picking Event cards should …

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Feb 06

Dominion Card Picker v1.2.2

Well, thanks to some feedback (and help) on the card picker program, I made a few changes and additions. Here is the list of changes with v1.2.2: Added the Prince promo card. Added a ‘defaults’ button to quickly set all fields to the recommended settings for producing games most-like those found in the ‘suggested sets’ …

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Jul 07

Quarterstaff Walkthrough Level 3 Thanks to some feedback on the Quarterstaff: Tomb of Setmoth walkthrough, I went ahead and finished up the final section of the game walkthrough (level 3). It’s a little less complete than some of the earlier sections (fewer linked items and such), but details the steps to get to the final fight with Setmoth. …

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Jan 05

Dominion Card Picker v1.1.9 This update is just a few small tweaks to the card picker restriction filters: The scout restriction now includes Mystic. I changed the logic on the ‘Require an action that provides at least +2 cards’ filter.. it now won’t include draw + discard actions (like Warehouse) in the filter. The option will force an …

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Oct 20

Dominion Card Picker v1.1.8 A small update to the Dominion Card Picker program, mostly in the form of a few tweaks to the ‘redundancy/useless card’ filter. Thanks to several users for submitting suggested changes to these filters. By request, the “Don’t allow more than one cost-5 Treasure Card” option has been removed. I added a new filter specific …

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Jun 16

Dominion Card Picker v1.1.7 The biggest new feature with v1.1.7 of the Dominion card picker is of course the final game expansion: Guilds. Although image hosting isn’t available yet (so the cards will only load as names), to make it a little easier I also added mouseover tooltips containing the card text for all Guilds cards (just mouseover …

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May 27

Quarterstaff Granite Statue & Setmoth As there seems to be continued interest in this 1988 RPG title, I went ahead and uploaded two walkthrough pages for the toughest fights in the game: the Granite Statue and the final boss Setmoth. I also updated the walkthough to include instructions for how to recruit the Insane Druid. Thanks to visitor Donovan …

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Feb 18

CypherSolve v1.0 A project I’ve worked on sporadically over the past decade, CypherSolve v1.0 is the Javascript incarnation of my simple substitution cypher (commonly known as cryptoquotes) decoding program. Recommended use of the program: Enter the text to be decoded, and run the program on default settings. The program will typically output a lengthy decoding list …

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