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  1. Dalo's Journey through Multiboxing Classic

    Hi Everyone,

    I am creating this blog to track my progress through Classic Wow and keep a detailed account of my process and journey.

    I have been multiboxing for years now starting in WOTLK with some 10 man raiding through Naxx.

    I am very keen for classic having played it so many years ago where I leveled 3 characters to 60 and raided on a Holy Priest.

    My current idea for a 5 man group for Classic is Warrior, 3x Mage, Priest but I am weighing up ...
  2. The Start of Something Wonderful...I think.

    by , 10-30-2015 at 08:00 AM (Old Grumpy Man Taking Care of His Lawn)
    Back in 2003 or 2004 I was involved with a group developing a new game. We all played EQ and had a desire to create our own MMO. Boundless Adventures was formed by Brian Quackenbush and I joined in to help with design, development and testing. You can imagine the raw state things were at and building from scratch was a pretty larger undertaking for a group of 4. We did create a nice world seed generator that was fun to play with.

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    This lasted ...
  3. Confession...

    I find it strangely addicting to watch live streaming broadcasts by multiboxers. I've been known to make some popcorn and sneak into a few different Twitch channels to lurk for a bit. It's like being a stalker, only less creepy.

    It really doesn't matter what game I watch people play -- all of them are insane to watch. Multiboxers can do some pretty amazing stuff, and they all seem to be so good at what they do. I watch in fascination with a tinge of jealousy because I could never manage ...
  4. Before Getting Started with Multiboxing (AKA Multiboxing for Dummies)

    If you are brand new to multiboxing, there is much to learn before even logging in your first team. This is a guide for those who are starting from scratch. Rather than retyping what others have already written, I will point you in the direction of information that I found to be useful when learning the very basics of multiboxing.

    What is Multiboxing?
    Maybe you've seen a group of characters running around in sync and wondered how they do that, or maybe you've heard/seen ...
  5. Multiboxing via the Mifi 2200,Hughes, and Wildblue.

    Hi Friends, I figured I'd give a review of the Mifi 2200.

    Now this is older tech, given that it runs on a 3G network, but this is what I have came to know about it.

    I grabbed mine for 20 bucks at the Virgin Mobile store, and then paid another 55 bucks for 5 gig of air time.

    Background: I have used both, Hughes and Wild blue in the past, and currently use Wildblue for the majority of my boxing needs.

    One important thing to keep in mind, is I live ...
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