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Wiki Tiki Utility

Submitted by on 5 May, 2018 – 4:32 am

A day late, but never a greenback short, the Wiki Tiki Use has arrived to distract you from the indisputable fact that Fim’s still revising the podcast entertain, inform, and enlighten you. This week we are targeting a site that is so simple to use a caveman could use it ( after, naturally, he got over the shock of the modern time and stopped breaking everything in a panic ). It is also so elemental that it sort of makes you question why it hadn’t been done already.

And as you probably have recently worked out, this week’s Wiki Tiki Application is Pug Checker. For instance, here’s Pug Checker’s report on me. As you can see, I skipped a bunch of examples in standard mode ( what am I able to say? I leveled without them ), and haven’t finished anything in OS above OS+0. Now, naturally, take these figures with a hint of suspicion ( or as the site announces, “don’t shoot the messenger” ) anything that draws on the Armory will often have issues since the Armory itself has serious issues with kill counts, and Pug Checker isn’t an exception. Using me again as a reference, I have apparently snuffed out the Soothsayer Tharon’ja in Drak’tharon Keep 4 times yet have only been in the instance twice.

Still, I would say approximately ninety percent of the info there’s trustworthy, so you may use Pug Checker to simply “screen a player, by entering their personality name and server, before you ask them to join your group.”.

One vital thing to bear in mind is that there are some misapprehensions around Pug Checker. This use isn’t a measure of somebody’s worth i.e, if their screen is crammed with red dots, it isn’t making them a bad player. It does, however, indicate that perhaps you should see whether they need instructions on the fight.

Perhaps they’ve never been in that example, perhaps they’ve just been stuck with groups that could not down a selected chairperson whatever the reality.  Pug Checker is a tool to see who’s done what, not a method to see who’s good and who’s not. So with that small proviso to mind, go forth, load up Pug Checker and build yourself a good PUG.

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