Do you guys even know what "twink" means?

#1hackeup4bbqPosted 12/5/2013 8:42:09 PM
Why are you calling yourselves that? Seriously I bought the game the other day and jumped on here for some strategy and I really don't think anyone has ever googled that word.
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Stop quoting a 1000 word post just to type 3 to 5 words. It's very unnecessary.
#2J28ShammgodPosted 12/5/2013 8:49:27 PM
Unnecessary post
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#3Necro_Fear89Posted 12/5/2013 8:50:09 PM
Twink: A very jubilant man with unorthodox tendencies, is very fond of handling big spears and is known for wearing the Leo ring and using heavy thrusting attacks during combat. Is very fond of Jolly-cooperation.


If I wrote the description in the game this is what it would say.
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#4IRON-SWANPosted 12/5/2013 8:50:46 PM
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Twinking

In role-playing video games, particularly MMORPGs, twinking refers to outfitting a new character or player with items or other resources that are not normally available to new or low-level characters. A twink in this usage is a type of powergamer and munchkin. The term can also refer to the twinked character itself (e.g., "My twink has all the best gear."). In its most basic definition, a twink is a character with better gear than one could have easily acquired on one's own.

Twinking is typically done by transferring higher-end equipment from the player's (or whose friend's) more-experienced characters (who often have excess gear that would be much more useful to the lower-level character). It can also be done by equipping the character with the best possible gear for whose level range, and filling them with end-game enchantments.

Many new players dislike twinking of others' characters, since it gives a big advantage to established players starting a new character.
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#5domesplitter13Posted 12/5/2013 8:54:35 PM
Welp, googled it.

*stands up and walks out of the room*
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#6hackeup4bbq(Topic Creator)Posted 12/5/2013 8:55:23 PM
J28Shammgod posted...
Unnecessary post


Not as unnecessary as yours.

I honestly had no idea there was another definition, just thought someone said it one time and it caught on. Please tell me you all realise what the more conventional definition is though.
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Stop quoting a 1000 word post just to type 3 to 5 words. It's very unnecessary.
#7Jarl_Ulfric_SPosted 12/5/2013 9:31:12 PM
i'm more of a bear myself

everyone else here, are pretty much bottoms
#8viperlordxxPosted 12/5/2013 9:31:31 PM
hackeup4bbq posted...
J28Shammgod posted...
Unnecessary post


Not as unnecessary as yours.

I honestly had no idea there was another definition, just thought someone said it one time and it caught on. Please tell me you all realise what the more conventional definition is though.


lol. way to back pedal.
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#9Hammerhead6468Posted 12/5/2013 9:44:24 PM
hackeup4bbq posted...
J28Shammgod posted...
Unnecessary post


Not as unnecessary as yours.

I honestly had no idea there was another definition, just thought someone said it one time and it caught on. Please tell me you all realise what the more conventional definition is though.


Ummm...

Short for a delicious snack cake?
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#10IRON-SWANPosted 12/5/2013 9:46:48 PM
Jarl_Ulfric_S posted...
i'm more of a bear myself

everyone else here, are pretty much bottoms


win
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