RegisFan: RPG 112 is now live!
May 14, 2021 18:42:13 GMT -5
MostWanted38: KBC 13 opens its registrations tomorrow A new thread KBC related thread is opened in WWTBAM international
May 8, 2021 18:54:52 GMT -5
RegisFan: The sign-up thread for RPG 112 is now live!
May 7, 2021 18:39:07 GMT -5
GSK: Some close friends of mine are preparing to launch a Kickstarter for high quality miniatures that you can 3D print at home. If anyone here is interested, give them a follow on their page to know more when it goes live: bit.ly/loreminis
May 6, 2021 18:52:09 GMT -5
RegisFan: Let it be a good reminder to everyone that we’re here to have fun!
May 3, 2021 18:39:12 GMT -5
hadouken85: "... YOU CAN NOT PLAY IN THIS RPG ANYMORE. PLEASE CARRY ON!" This made no sense at all.
May 3, 2021 13:43:42 GMT -5
hadouken85: Attacking someone all of a sudden and at the same time using Caps Lock... Some sort of mental illness, I'm afraid.
May 3, 2021 13:41:37 GMT -5
RegisFan: GSK, he’s near the top of the list but I’m pretty sure there are a few who made the leap faster. Especially peeps who returned for a second round.
May 2, 2021 19:59:58 GMT -5
What is a ten million dollar question? Like, what would it ask? As far as I know (based on my own light research), the people behind Super Millionaire never released the $10 million question, which I think they should have following the conclusion of the series. I wonder why? I mean, I'm sure we'd all love to know if we have the knowledge necessary to win the biggest game show prize in the world.
Did they simply re-purpose them to be $1 million question? I mean, if you ask me, Chip Esten's $1 million question merits being worth $10 million in that it's so obscure and frankly, ridiculous (it's my pick for most difficult $1 million question in any version, that and Josina Reeve's, which I thought merited $5 million). Did they even write $10 million questions? Or did the producers think "Nah, surely no one will make it that far and be stupid enough to risk millions."?
I mean, they had a $2.5 million question (which I thought was appropriately difficult; a bit more obscure than a $1 million question).
That also begs the question of what makes a $5 million question? What is a $5 million question? Did they write one of those too? What makes a $5 million question different from a $10 million one or a $2.5 million one? What is the criterion used to decide how many millions a question is worth?