Howdy all, I'm back again to try to clean up my keyboard inventory!
Edit: A work emergency came up, so I won't be able to invoice until tonight, but please keep your PMs coming in and I'll be sure to respond when I can. Thanks!
All prices include CONUS shipping. Only interested in PayPal at the moment. Preference goes to those grouping kits/buying multiple items.
Everything in the first three rows (A-C) includes packaging/authentication materials that the caps originally came with whereas rows D and E mostly just include the cap.
|A3||JellyKey||Infinite Abyss||Iris Red||$80|
I have something for sale today. Timestamp
|GMK Red Samurai Base||Brand new, mounted once on TKL.||$260||Image|
|$100 -- SOLD with Spacebar||Image|
|$55 -- SOLD with Spacebar||Image|
|~~Brand new, put on TKL once and never u|
Hey everyone, looking to sell off most of the remaining stuff I have. I'm getting out of the hobby so I'm not looking for trades. Let me know if anything seems off price-wise and feel free to ask any questions! Thanks!
All prices include shipping
What I have:
MASSDROP X MATT3O /DEV/TTY MT3 (R1)
Bought this off massdrop back in November 2017. Never used or even taken out of its package. It includes the base kit w/ beige mods and extra beige mods.
GMK 9009 (R2)
Unused GMK 9009 set bought from dixiemech. It comes with the base kit and the 40% adapter set. Will come in-tray.
MASSDROP X ZAMBUMON GMK NAUTILUS (R1)
Comes with the base kit, spacebars, and novelties. Unused still in package. The packaging has a few dents and marks on it but still has plastic wrap around it.
1976 Planck Kit
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I started playing NFSC yesterday and I'm amazed by the new features it brought along with the regular game modes.
It has more cars than Most Wanted, I like the career mode more and the territory system is also a nice touch. The Challenge Series is extra fun without the risk of losing anything and the Reward Cards gives you fun (and not-so-fun) tasks to complete to unlock cars and items. Every time you start a new career, you don't get to decide on which territory you start. Also, the vehicle physics are really smooth.
The UI looks good, everything is user-friendly and I also like the blue color.
The game itself can get really hard, but the Crew members you hire can help you get through. Each Boss Race is challenging, but IMO much easier than the ones in MW, the lack of rubber banding intensity really helps with the game's difficulty and the new Canyon races are pretty fun.
The map for me is a huge letdown, nothing quirky or interesting, 4 lane roads everywhere and it's easy for m... keep reading on reddit ➡
Hi. It’s currently 3 am and atm I am sitting in the back of my moms car because the monoxide alarm went off a whole THREE TIMES before she got my family out. I was basically begging her to get us out and she scolded me because apparently her intelligence was insulted because I told her we shouldn’t be fucking ignoring it. What does she do? Scold me and tell me to go back to bed. 15 minutes later the alarm goes off again. Of course it fucking does. By the time I’m getting dressed and telling my brother to get out of the house, she finally decides to tell us to leave. As if we weren’t gonna fucking do that. Keep in mind that I(14 years old) had to get my brother ready to leave because she thought opening the windows would keep us safe. She’s been neglectful before but this is a new fucking low. I’m already nauseous and in pain and when I tell her this, she gets angry again at me because apparently I sounded too aggressive.
Sorry for venting about it here. I’m just sick of her acting li... keep reading on reddit ➡
I realize it would basically be a...heh, carbon copy of Cyberpunk in many aspects if it came out as I envision but I still think the unique elements of the universe would lend themselves well to a video game.
I think it would great with a morality system, one a lot like Infamous: Second Son where you can be violent and lethal or subdue your foes peacefully. Only in Altered Carbon your options would be real death by shooting their stacks or by purposefully avoiding that.
They could have so many cool quest lines with that mechanic, like say you're a bounty hunter who leans on the side of mercy, you take peoples stacks for money rather than killing them. I feel like most people would be "good" like that.
But this could come around to bite you in the ass, say you end some serial killer dude and turn his stack in, later on in the game he'll be back in a different sleeve killing again or attacking important characters. It'd be hard to make the right call there, since you wouldn't know w... keep reading on reddit ➡
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