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It's a sub-community where veteran players can take novice hunters under their wing and teach them the game's basics.Newbies and vets will be paired up a few days before the game's official launch, according to the community's website.PC pairings will be assigned shortly before that platform's launch later this year."Over the last eight years the Monster Hunter community has grown and expanded to become one of the most inclusive, brotherly, and helpful online gaming communities that we have ever had the pleasure to be a part of," the website says."With a AAA release on the horizon, many of us veteran hunters are looking forward to welcoming our new hunter brethren with open arms."(Thanks, Polygon!
A perfect example was the effort of the Miami Heat to create a “whiteout” during home playoff games.
They have a national reputation for being extreme fans, and can be quite intimidating to oppossing teams. Check out these short video clips from the Spectrum, home of the Utah State Aggies.
If I were a college basketball player making my first road trip to the Spectrum, I would truly be intimidated by these fans.
In upstate New York, there isn’t much to do in the winter months besides talk yourself off of bridges and not shave your legs. ” This is repeated approximately 72,400 times after every goal scored by Cornell.
So when it comes to hockey, this campus of almost 22,000 student camp out for season tickets in a style no different than the other college entrants on this list, the Cameron Crazies. The Lynah Faithful as they’re called fill up Lynah Rink every game with 4,300 loud fans that have nowhere else to be, making the barn-like interior feel like it holds about 300 people, all of whom are screaming directly in your ear. On any given game day, you can see fans handing out sheets of paper with specific instruction to start chanting the opposing goalie’s girlfriend’s telephone number (true), his mom’s full name (in an effort to prove that all 4,300 in attendance have banged her the night before), and the chants counting up the number of goals scored on the opposing goalie, then the repeated reminder that “It’s all your fault! Granted the goalie gets it worst of all, but for the opposing team’s last line of defense, it’s really, really bad. Yankees fans are by and large, smart baseball fans.
(On Blizzard's forums, posts from staff members show up as blue.) "Even large collective threads with hundreds of posts on one topic, or dozens of threads on the same question go ignored." On Friday, Kaplan responded, with a 1300-word post that touched upon many things, including the amount of work that he and his 100-person And if you'll allow me to speak openly for a moment -- it's scary. Very few of us actually do because it's extremely intimidating and/or time consuming.