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#1 2014-03-06 20:06:00

42dustman
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Someone with a lot of money ought to build a home like this:


Self-testing is torture.

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#2 2014-03-06 22:38:52

Suedeo
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Re: Someone with a lot of money ought to build a home like this:

Permanently closed powered doors... the final frontier.


What you are building is dangerous.

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#3 2014-03-06 22:48:15

booper
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Re: Someone with a lot of money ought to build a home like this:

why not just walk to the vault directly?

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#4 2014-03-06 23:35:19

42dustman
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Re: Someone with a lot of money ought to build a home like this:

booper wrote:

why not just walk to the vault directly?

It's not to meant protect the vault, it's meant to protect the wife. That way you can keep a house full of money where people will continue to enter and die in forever.


Self-testing is torture.

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#5 2014-03-07 00:52:39

LiteS
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Re: Someone with a lot of money ought to build a home like this:

42dustman wrote:
booper wrote:

why not just walk to the vault directly?

It's not to meant protect the vault, it's meant to protect the wife. That way you can keep a house full of money where people will continue to enter and die in forever.

But every time you log in you'll lose half your money?

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#6 2014-03-07 01:31:17

42dustman
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Re: Someone with a lot of money ought to build a home like this:

LiteS wrote:
42dustman wrote:
booper wrote:

why not just walk to the vault directly?

It's not to meant protect the vault, it's meant to protect the wife. That way you can keep a house full of money where people will continue to enter and die in forever.

But every time you log in you'll lose half your money?

Don't log back in, just let them die. smile


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#7 2014-03-07 01:42:30

LiteS
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Re: Someone with a lot of money ought to build a home like this:

42dustman wrote:
LiteS wrote:
42dustman wrote:

It's not to meant protect the vault, it's meant to protect the wife. That way you can keep a house full of money where people will continue to enter and die in forever.

But every time you log in you'll lose half your money?

Don't log back in, just let them die. smile

As soon as one dies, the money/tools he had goes in the vault. You make nothing. And if the end goal of this house is "Don't log back in" I can think of a nice $0 house that does the same thing...

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#8 2014-03-07 03:34:58

42dustman
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Re: Someone with a lot of money ought to build a home like this:

LiteS wrote:
42dustman wrote:
LiteS wrote:

But every time you log in you'll lose half your money?

Don't log back in, just let them die. smile

As soon as one dies, the money/tools he had goes in the vault. You make nothing. And if the end goal of this house is "Don't log back in" I can think of a nice $0 house that does the same thing...

The end goal is not to not 'log back in', it is to kill robbers by the hundreds and maybe perpetuate yourself in the top charts. A $0 house doesn't do that.

Last edited by 42dustman (2014-03-07 03:37:58)


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#9 2014-03-07 05:19:10

ukuko
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Re: Someone with a lot of money ought to build a home like this:

Four crowbars, two water, two meats and three guns?

And as LiteS said — every time someone dies the vault will become robbable again, letting people repeatedly save damage.

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