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A New Record For Me...

Discussion in 'UHall' started by uoBuoY, Jul 3, 2008.

  1. uoBuoY

    uoBuoY Guest

    Seven (yes, 7 in a row ) results: "You fish for a while, but fail to catch anything."
    That is 7 in a row for my GM Fisher!!!
    On top of this only 50% of my Fishing attempts yield something other than utter failure or useless footwear.

    This encourages Fisherpersons...how???
  2. Muu Bin

    Muu Bin Guest

    Must be yer bait. :confused:
  3. Azureal

    Azureal Guest

    I know it seems rough. Sometimes it is. As for your question though..some might answer the mibs/sos are the encouragement.


    For me though, I just fish when I cant be arsed do anything else. It sounds crazy, but I find it relaxing.
  4. Olahorand

    Olahorand Slightly Crazed
    Stratics Veteran Stratics Legend

    Feb 27, 2004
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    Like the streak yesterday - my thief with 110 skill failed 8 times in sequence on that Doom skull candle.
  5. Azureal

    Azureal Guest

    Yeah, the term Skills should be replaced with the abbr RNG. I swear to god every skill is based on it. My main with 110 Magery can still have a 6-7 fail streak when trying to cast EVs.
  6. Setnaffa

    Setnaffa Certifiable
    Stratics Veteran

    Sep 13, 2004
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    Fishing - much like mining - is only an endless string of F1's (F1 is macro'd to "Use Last Object"->WaitforTarget->Last Target" with an occassional Alt+Num 8 ("say Forward"). I just can't do anything that boring for more than 30 minutes. Fishing lost me long ago (it was the first skill I GMed back in 1997).