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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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Jan 22

Quarterstaff Walkthrough Level 2 Well, apparently a few people are still playing this game after all these years.. Google Analytics shows several searches for Quarterstaff walkthroughs, so I went ahead and uploaded the walkthrough for the second level of the game. I still need to upload the related pages for Armour listings and the specifics of the Granite …

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Jan 18

Origami Dragon Ok, I have to admit it.. this particular project is neither game design or theorycrafting related. There is, however, a very strong relationship between Origami and mathematics, and many of the modern super-technical Origami model designers are Physicists, Engineers, Mathematicians, etc. During high school and college I was very dedicated to Origami, and spent …

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Oct 29

Quarterstaff Tomb of the Setmoth One of my first experiences with the Fantasy Role-Playing Game genre, Quarterstaff will always be one of my favorite games. It still holds up reasonably well, too, partly because of the need for resource management and the lack of ‘leveling’ mechanics in the game. A player can go in hack-and-slash, killing everything, only to …

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Oct 11

Diablo 3 Monk Survivability Model v1.1.1 The big change with v1.1.1 is the model now outputs a new ‘DPS Attribute Estimates’ section, showing the relative value of each applicable stat for increasing your (single-target) DPS, displayed either in DPS or as a number of Dexterity-equivalents (selectable). To complement this new feature, the item comparison tool now also outputs the DPS …

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Sep 20

Diablo 3 Monk Survivability Model v1.0.9 This update includes all of the various skill changes detailed in the upcoming Diablo 3 Patch 1.0.5 notes, including: Resolve – Damage reduction reduced from 25% to 20% Seize the Initiative – Conversion of Dexterity to Armor reduced from 100% to 50% War Cry Skill Rune – Impunity – Bonus resistance reduced from 50% …

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Sep 09

Diablo 3 Monk Survivability Model v1.0.8 v1.0.8 fixes a few bugs that were identified with the 1.0.7 model, and also (finally) adds Cyclone Rune DPS mechanics and proc rates. Bug fixes include: Bug fix related to how the model calculates averaged attack speed when dual-wielding weapons of different speeds. Thanks to Septemvri for this. Bug fix related to the cookie …

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Sep 05

Diablo 3 Monk Survivability Model v1.0.7 This update contains two fairly important changes.. the first being two bugfixes to the value of Block value. Thanks to testing by Ucross and others, it became apparent that the model was not accurately determining the relative value of block. The other big update, though, is the addition of a feature I’ve been working …

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Aug 20

Diablo 3 Monk Survivability Model v1.0.6 Well, this update isn’t as intensive as I was hoping for, however in light of the Diablo 3 Patch 1.0.4 release today I felt it was important to put this out. The changes for this version are as follows: Crippling Wave and Way of the Hundred Fists Spirit per hit values are increased, as …

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Aug 19

Dominion Card Picker v1.1.5 The major change for this version is of course the addition of Dark Ages cards. Currently, about 50% of the complete Dark Ages set is included in the card picker, as these are the only cards with images available on I also added a few redundancy filters related to Dark Ages, including making …

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Jul 29

Diablo 3 Monk Survivability Model v1.0.5 v1.0.5 of the Monk Survivability model includes three major changes: With the discovery that the character sheet (details screen) attack speed value only represents the main-hand attack speed, I was forced to add several new fields to the calculator. So, the calculator now correctly determines the true attack speed for both hands, and is …

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