Looking for 5 lvl 26+s to attempt the vault of glass raid in Destiny on the 360. Am a level 27 Warlock either voidwalker or sunslinger (prefer sunslinger tho) Hit me up on live if interested. GT: COG Hephaestus
invites im sure we could actually try to talk something out. Although you must understand the people on your list are not at the skill level of pgl but together with team shots the "top 4" could maybe do some work. WIll talk soon.
I dont think I can be apart of two teams. I am searching for a couple of guys for H5/halo collection that either preform at my skill level or a tad better. I am also learning from people as well. such as fruit cup pgl. Great player. If you accept my
The Xbox One October update recently launched giving everybody access to the brand new Snap Center which is essentially the Xbox One’s answer to the Xbox 360 Guide.
Now that the October update is out, it is almost time for the November update to start rolling out to those in the preview program. It comes with custom backgrounds, updated gamer profiles and much more.
Lately, things have been bothering me. Let me explain why.
Recruiting lately, in Destiny namely, and I'm sure Halo as well, has been like pulling teeth. Like it was the hardest, most absurd, offending thing we could be asking of aspiring officers and those officers already with rank. It's a beautiful process really. The ability that, you, and any member can freely add to the legacy of COG is beautiful, and powerful. No matter how long you've been in COG, what rank you are, you can physically change the landscape of a growing entity with less than 15 minutes of your time. Recruiting is like the freedom of speech in our constitution. We allow you, and encourage you to make this place as interesting, and fun as you can, and we give you the tools to do it.
It's the hypocrisy hypocrisy of the whole thing that really gets me. Every one of us at one point or another took the 15 minutes it takes to respond to a recruitment message, and now look where it got you (look where it got me). Chronicles of Genesis isn't about being a clan, a guild, or a squad. We are something much stronger than that; we are a community. And communities need people to survive. The more the better. With more people we can have more tournaments, more practices, and more fun. We can do bigger and better things than we ever imagined. We already have.
Think about this. You are a part of something, that in some small way has affected the lives of thousands of people. Now you say thousands, really? Yes really. COG revolves around eleven-twelve hundred people at any given minute. Now you need to add all of the people that have come gone since COG's inception. Giving a low ball estimate, that's about another thousand people. Now you have to take into account how we were formed. DHG is a community of thousands of members. Every last one of their officers, have heard of us, and the giant hole COG left in their squads and divisions. Again, another low ball estimate, around 2000 members. None of these numbers include the, say five hundred people that run into COG members on any given day. So when I say thousands, I mean thousands. And think of all the revenue we have given to Microsoft! Again that amount is in the thousands of dollars range. It's 10$ to change your name. Several squads are sitting at 50 name changes by themselves. (50 name changes= 500 dollars). Also consider also the people who have joined COG, changed their name, and then left COG, and changed it back. That money is on us too.
The point to all of this is, and their is a point, it's that people have gotten lazy. Ranging from PVT's to PRESIDENTS. The work we ask you to do is not hard, and it does have an impact. It may not always be clear what it is, or when you might notice it, but it is there. The work we do in COG is quantifiable and measurable. I understand people are busy, and have lives. But you helped create COG. That means you are responsible for it. Step up. Take charge. Chronicles of Genesis gives so much, wether it be physically in money and prizes, or mentally in friendship and community. It asks for very little in turn. 15 minutes. That's all it takes.
There is other crap you can read, but this stood out to me the most.
Next week's Hotfix is going to contain some fixes to the Atheon encounter.
We've added "baby bumpers" to areas where players could knock Atheon out of the environment.
Knocking a boss off a ledge is a bug. We will seek to address bugs like these as quickly as possible.
The encounter goal for Atheon is to act as a climax and the culmination of learning for a given Raid group. Part of that is making sure that each player in your group can perform every job as required. A change will take effect next week which fixes a bug with Atheon's target selection. When using its Timestream ability, Atheon will select 3 players at random, instead of choosing the three players furthest from it.
In my opinion, reading this completely ruined my motive to play the raids or the game anymore, especially the "random selection" for time stream - COG Integrity
taken from a reddit post since he explains it perfectly
Information regarding new Destiny Legendary gear has surfaced via a post by "SwordofCrota” on the Destinysub-reddit. Legendary Destiny gear has been found on popular Destiny stat tracking website "DestinyDB", and show a handful of weapons for each class that are not even in the game yet.
These new weapons are apparently for the "Dark Below” DLC, which drops this December.
Expansion 1: The Dark Below (December 2014)
Story Missions: 3 new Missions on Earth and the Moon with a new Hive Storyline
Strikes: The Jovian Complex (Level 10 Earth Strike) and The Hypogeum (Level 20 Mars Strike)
Raid: Crota’s End (Level 28 Moon Raid)
New Gear and Loot
New Multiplayer Maps
New Level 26 Strike Playlist
You can get a sneak peak of the new DestinyLegendary gearbelow, broken down by class!