As I write this blog, I am very pissed, so sorry.
How does Cheeze make those faces w/o them turning into faces?
Anyways, I have been headshotted for a total of . . .
I know you’re all thinking, how the heck do you get headshotted in Maple?
Well, it all started with the craze of Maple . . .
And you know what?
Turns out I wasn’t accepted after all.
It stunk. But I downloaded Tespia anyways, because a friend of mine (who got in) gave me his account info. He’s off for vacation anyways. I entered his username, password, and . . . oh wait, I forgot his pin. Dejected at this waste of time, I tried out my various accounts.
Maple Main: Denied.
Mabinogi Main: Denied.
Previous Tester who got rejected: Denied.
Wait, I wrote that one wrong.
Please enter your pin.
So it turns out, I did get into Tespia even though it says I didn’t.
. . .
[whisper]I think a GM @ Nexon is hacking for me![/whisper]
So I enter my pin, see the awesome sights of the desert, and log into channel one Tespia. I look around, press my skill button to see if I had any SP, and what do I see?
Yep, we’re finally getting the macro thing. Now you can combine up to three skills and shout a made-up name! Cool!! I was so excited I got to press random buttons everywhere. Then . . .
Teh Fudge? Um… wait, I’M NOT A HACKER!! But seriously, all I did was press Alt+Enter, and I switched to windows mode. I tried again, and I switched back to full screen mode. Awesome!
Then I got punished, with a:
To the face, making the screen go all weird and making me disconnect.
Attempt #1: Failure by Headshot.
So I log in again, and go back to Tespia. I entered the place before training camp, but disconnected immediately. The screen shook up again, and I saw something red underneath the Maple screen.
Attempt #2: Failure by Headshot.
Annoyed, I tried again, but I had only gotten into the training camp when I got killed.
Attempt #3: Failure by Headshot.
Seriously annoyed, I went in a mad rage and tried, tried, and tried some more. They all had the same result.
Attempt #4: Failure by Headshot.
Attempt #5: Failure by Headshot.
Attempt #6: Failure by Headshot.
Attempt #7: Failure by Headshot.
Attempt #8: Failure by Headshot.
Attempt #9: Failure by Headshot.
Attempt #10: Failure by Headshot.
Attempt #11: Failure by Headshot.
Attempt #12: Failure by Headshot.
But Attempt #13 was to be different.
Doom (Character name) huddled around the Henesys video, alert for any danger. Looking around, he saw nobody approaching, and quickly sprinted down the corridor. He passed Ellinia, Perion, Kerning, and the Dungeon, and saw a portal at the end. The portal meant success. It meant glory. It meant . . . Pie!! Looking around, Doom sprinted through it. He had succeeded! He was victorious! He was in the Lower level of the training camp! Doom was-
Attempt #13: Failure by Headshot.
That’s when I got a brilliant idea: skip the training camp! I talked to Heela, declined the training camp, and got out all the way to MAPLE ISLAND!
What an ingenious plan! And it had succeeded. Without further ado, Doom stepped forward. One small step for Doom, one huge step for Tespia.
Attempt #14: Failure by RPG (rocket powered gernades).
Doom knew that trying to get past an RPG was a futile mission, so he once again traversed into the deep, dark depths of the training camp. I hadn’t even gotton to the roller when I was betrayed.
By my fellow Mapler.
His hatchet came down in seemingly slow motion, but had the same terrible effect of causing lag. The familiar sensation of the screen shaking and the disconnecting was no different.
Attempt #15: Failure by Betrayal.
Dead, betrayed, blown up, and headshotted, Doom finally was finished. He moved over to the menu, and with one click of the Quit button, he closed his doors to Tespia.