Sunday, 26 May 2013

Battle For Graxia Update 23 may 2013

Game Update for May 23
Posted May 23, 2013

A new game update has arrived that includes the following highlights:

- Fix for Skill Tree tooltips getting stuck and not showing.
- Fixed a Balak Premium Powdered Bullets bug
- Murderhoof's rage bar divisions have been updated
- A new, easier Kyrie bot has been added to Practice mode.
- Increased cooldown between uses for the Scroll of Teleportation/Perfect Boots

Visit the forums for detailed updated notes!

- The Battle for Graxia Team


Signups are now open for the BFG: First Blood Tournament
Posted May 22, 2013


Signups are now open for the first post-launch tournament! Signups close on June 5th with the tournament on June 8th at 10am PST.

For more information about the tournament including detailed rules and prize awards, head over to the tournament discussion thread. Prize details coming soon...

- The Battle for Graxia Team



Daily raffle - Win Murderhoof's skin bundle and a raffle badge
Posted May 22, 2013


Starting tomorrow we will be giving away daily a Murderhoof bundle and a raffle badge!

Each day you play for the next week (starting today) a 5v5 match to completion and win, you will receive a ticket in our system. The more games you complete that day, the more chances you have for winning a bundle!

Visit the forums for details on the giveaway.

- The Battle for Graxia Team



Reddit AMA with Frank Klepacki
Posted May 22, 2013


The reddit AMA with Frank Klepacki has begun! Ask your questions throughout the day on Reddit about his music career and work on the audio in Petroglyph's games.

- The Battle for Graxia Team



Community Spotlight: Nathalp
Posted May 21, 2013


Community member Nathalp talks about Battle for Graxia and his most played Immortal, Ukkonen, in this latest community spotlight!

See why Ukkonen is his favorite in the forums.

- The Battle for Graxia Team



Tournament signups open this Wednesday
Posted May 20, 2013


A reminder that tournament signups open this Wednesday for BFG: First Blood! Here is what you and your team should expect for the event:

TOURNAMENT REQUIREMENTS

- Level 25 required (Not level 25? Get a new level 25 Tome of Discipline in the game store!)
- Full Tournament format to be determined based on signups
- 5v5 game mode for matches
- Teams of 5 required with 2 stand-ins possible
- Saturday tournament day

- The Battle for Graxia Team



Murderhoof is now available to play!
Posted May 17, 2013


The first post-launch Immortal, Murderhoof, is now available to everyone!

Visit the game store to check out his alternate skins.

- The Battle for Graxia Team



New Game Update for May 17
Posted May 17, 2013


- A new user experience for players who have logged into Battle for Graxia for the very first time has been implemented.
- Help buttons have been added to the Crystal Forge as well as the Discipline Tree.
- Also, we fixed the Highlight Particles for artifacts and discipline tree buttons not hiding when a match is about to start.

Stay tuned for Murderhoof's release later today!

- The Battle for Graxia Team



Reddit AMA with Frank Klepacki, Battle for Graxia's Audio Director
Posted May 16, 2013


Frank Klepacki, Audio Director at Petroglyph and on all audio in Battle for Graxia, will be running a Reddit AMA next week, May 22!

Visit the forums to chat about your questions, and don't forget the soundtrack for BFG is available on Steam!

- The Battle for Graxia Team

Boost your wireless speed

10 tips to help improve your wireless network If the Windows operating system ever notifies you about a weak Wi-Fi signal, it probably means that your connection isn't as fast or as reliable as it could be. Worse, you might lose your connection entirely in some parts of your home. If you want to boost the signal for your wireless network (WLAN), try some of these tips for extending your wireless range and improving your wireless network speed and performance. Couple at a laptop reviewing wireless channels 1. Position your wireless router, modem router, or access point in a central location When possible, place your wireless router, wireless modem router (a DSL or cable modem with a built-in wireless router), or wireless access point (WAP) in a central location in your home. If your wireless router, modem router, or access point is against an outside wall of your home, the signal will be weak on the other side of your home. If your router is on the first floor and your PC or laptop is on the second floor, place the router high on a shelf in the room where it is located. Don't worry if you can't move your wireless router, because there are many other ways to improve your connection. Bad router and good router placement comparison 2. Move the router off the floor and away from walls and metal objects (such as metal file cabinets) Metal objects, walls, and floors will interfere with your router's wireless signals. The closer your router is to these obstructions, the more severe the interference, and the weaker your connection will be. 3. Replace your router's antenna The antennas supplied with your router are designed to be omnidirectional, meaning that they broadcast in all directions around the router. If your router is near an outside wall, half of the wireless signals will be sent outside your home, and much of your router's power will be wasted. Most routers don't allow you to increase the power output, but you can make better use of the power. If your router’s antenna is removable, you can upgrade to a high-gain antenna that focuses the wireless signals in only one direction. You can even aim the signal in the direction you need it most. Consider a Linksys high-gain antenna—they’re powerful and easy to install. Or shop for other high-gain antennas. Standard antenna and high-gain antenna examples 4. Replace your laptop's wireless PC card-based network adapter Laptops with built-in wireless networking capability typically have excellent antennas and don't need to have their network adapters upgraded. These tips are for laptops that do not have built-in wireless networking. Wireless network signals must be sent both to and from your computer. Sometimes your router can broadcast strongly enough to reach your computer, but your computer can't send signals back to your router. To improve this, replace your laptop's PC card-based wireless network adapter with a USB wireless network adapter that uses an external antenna. In particular, consider a Linksys Wireless-N or Hawking Hi-Gain Wireless-N USB network adapter. These add an external, high-gain antenna to your computer and can significantly extend your wireless range. Wireless router and wireless repeater 5. Add a wireless repeater Wireless repeaters extend your wireless network range without requiring you to add any wiring. Just place the wireless repeater halfway between your wireless router, modem router, or access point and your computer, and you can get an instant boost to your wireless signal strength. Check out the wireless-N repeaters from Linksys, Hawking Hi-Gain, ViewSonic, D-Link, and Buffalo Technology, or shop for a wireless-N repeater. Wireless channels 6. Change your wireless channel Wireless routers can broadcast on several different channels, similar to the way radio stations use different channels. In the United States and Canada, these channels are 1, 6, and 11. Just as you'll sometimes hear interference on one radio station while another is perfectly clear, sometimes one wireless channel is clearer than others. Try changing your wireless router's channel through your router's configuration page to see if your signal strength improves. You don't need to change your computer's configuration, because it can automatically detect the new channel. To find your router configuration page, consult this quick reference table, which shows the default addresses for common router manufacturers. If the address is not listed here, read the documentation that came with your router, or visit the manufacturer's webpage. Router Address 3Com http://192.168.1.1 D-Link http://192.168.0.1 Linksys http://192.168.1.1 Microsoft Broadband http://192.168.2.1 Netgear http://192.168.0.1 Actiontec http://192.168.0.1 7. Reduce wireless interference The most common wireless technology, 802.11g (wireless-G), operates at a frequency of 2.4 gigahertz (GHz). Many cordless phones, microwave ovens, baby monitors, garage door openers, and other wireless electronics also use this frequency. If you use these wireless devices in your home, your computer might not be able to "hear" your router over the noise coming from them. If your network uses wireless-G, you can quiet the noise by avoiding wireless electronics that use the 2.4 GHz frequency. Instead, look for cordless phones and other devices that use the 5.8 GHz or 900 megahertz (MHz) frequencies. Because 802.11n (wireless-N) operates at both 2.4 GHz and the less frequently used 5.0 GHz frequency, you may experience less interference on your network if you use this technology. 8. Update your firmware or your network adapter driver Router manufacturers regularly make free improvements to their routers. Sometimes, these improvements increase performance. To get the latest firmware updates for your router, visit your router manufacturer's website. Similarly, network adapter vendors occasionally update the software that Windows uses to communicate with your network adapter, known as the driver. These updates typically improve performance and reliability. To get the driver updates, follow the instructions for your operating system: Windows 7 Windows Vista Windows XP 9. Pick equipment from a single vendor Although a Linksys router will work with a D-Link network adapter, you often get better performance if you pick a router and network adapter from the same vendor. Some vendors offer a performance boost of up to twice the performance when you choose their hardware (like their USB wireless network adapters). Linksys has the SpeedBooster technology for its wireless-G devices, and D-Link has the 108G enhancement for its wireless-G devices. These enhancements can be helpful if you have wireless-G devices and you need to transmit over a long distance or you live in an older house (old walls tend to block the signal more than newly built ones do). If speeding up your connection is important to you, consider the next tip—upgrading your wireless technology. 10. Upgrade 802.11a, 802.11b, and 802.11g devices to 802.11n Although wireless-G (802.11g) may be the most common type of wireless network, wireless-N (802.11n) is at least twice as fast and it has better range and stability. Wireless-N is backward-compatible with 802.11a, 802.11b, and 802.11g, so you can still use any existing wireless equipment that you have—though you won’t see much improvement in performance until you upgrade your computer or network adapter to wireless-G, too. If you're using wireless-B or wireless-G and you're unhappy with your network’s speed and performance, consider replacing your router and network adapters with wireless-N equipment. If you're buying new equipment, definitely choose wireless-N. Linksys Wireless-N routers, for example, are powerful, secure, and simple to set up. So are Linksys Wireless-N USB wireless network adapters. Find out which wireless technology is installed on your computer: Windows 7 Windows Vista Windows XP Wireless networks never reach the theoretical bandwidth limits. Wireless-B networks typically get 2–5 megabits per second (Mbps). Wireless-G networks are usually in the 13–23 Mbps range. The average everyday speed for wireless-N equipment is about 50 Mbps. Don’t forget—the security of your wireless network is as important as its speed and performance. Learn about the different security methods. Help make your network more secure: Windows 7 Windows Vista Windows XP

Wednesday, 15 May 2013

Jeb Corliss - Amber Arbucci - GoPro 3 Black - Palau

Music: "Radioactive" by Imagine Dragons Like me on Facebook: http://bit.ly/zOsgzK Like Amber Arbucci on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/11lk1QD Official Web Page: http://bit.ly/AdVruH Twitter: @jebcorliss Best dive company in Palau is www.fishnfins.com They will take care of you and show you what diving in Palau is all about :) Jeb Corliss and Amber Arbucci diving in Palau testing out the new GoPro 3 Black edition. All footage has been down converted from 2.7k to 1080p and is as shot from camera with no color correction. Satellite phones by Adaia http://bit.ly/WxRvsP bags and underwater lights by Pelican Products: http://www.pelican.com cameras by GoPro http://bit.ly/AizUby Red filters by: http://www.polarprofilters.com

Jeb Corliss interview wingsuit flying and accident

Fascinating interview with Jeb Corliss (Channel 7 Australia). Inside the mind of the 'Birdman' and the incident that grounded him. Watch Jeb here in one of my favorite clips- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TWfph...

Two Men Experience What It Feels Like To Give Birth

Many women believe that real men can't handle the pain of childbirth. So for Mother's Day two guys from Kensington Community Church in Troy, Michigan visit Ob-Gyn doctor Julie Masters to experience what it feels like to give birth. Two Men Experience What It Feels Like To Give Birth Two Men Experience What It Feels Like To Give Birth Two Men Experience What It Feels Like To Give Birth Two Men Experience What It Feels Like To Give Birth Two Men Experience What It Feels Like To Give Birth Two Men Experience What It Feels Like To Give Birth Kensington Labor Pain Simulation, Kensington Labor Simulation, Labor Pain Simulation, Two Guys In Labor Simulation

Funniest Cats in Water - EPIC

Music: Nicoleta Dara - Is it true. http://www.youtube.com/nicoletadarabana Compozitor: http://www.youtube.com/eugendoibani Вконтакте http://vk.com/SchneiderYuri Schneider Yuri's fun snow #6: Water cats

Kitty Corliss "Grinding the Crack"

Music: "Sail" by Awolnation http://awolnationmusic.com Jeb Corliss Grinding the Crack: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TWfph3... Original Cat Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5WJmxi... It didn't match perfectly at first. I had to tweak the clip speed levels a couple times.

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