"Small" guide to RNG and gambling [Guide] (CREUSE-NEWS.EUars2) submitted 4 years ago * by Darkever In the last few years I saw in my country a huge increase in gambling activities. BlackJack - Twitch. Home › Guild Wars 2 Discussion. Casino lol. as a luxury riverboat casino I too was hoping they would offer some type of gambling games like blackjack or roulette.
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And in the last few months I saw an increasingly ammount of gambling introduced even in GW2. Not easily giving them what they expected. For example we know that Mystic Toilet chance to give out Mystic Clovers, so you can know in advance how many materials you'll need on average to get 77 of them. Do it only when you need something else from the game you can't gain otherwise. The basic formula to do this is:
People love it, need it, and worse of all get addicted to it. Especially in times of economical crisis we are living in. And in the last few months I saw an increasingly ammount of gambling introduced even in GW2.
The Mystic Toilet was there from the beginning, then different Boxes added on every event cycle Wintersday, Molten, Southsun, Dragon Coffers and now even a "true" gambling game, Moa Races. Sometimes if can be, but the main reason for this is because gambling earns very good money for the company that runs it. And this means that most of the times it's absolutely NOT fun, but many players are still compelled to do it.
Not much of a problem if players could only use ingame money to gamble I am referring to both gambling items directly bought from the gem shop such as Rich Dragon Coffers and gems bought with real money and then converted to gold. I feel a bit sad. Because they're been tricked into something and don't even realize. And lately even on this subreddit have begun to appear threads about people angry with moas not winning, coffers that dropped nothing and a lot of general complains about the huge RNG that basically dominates GW2.
So I decided to write a little guide to undestand what actually gambling is and whether it's ok to take part in it. What is gambling First concept of gambling written in stone: The player always loses Yes. In every gambling game, be it roulette, lottery, moa races or anything else, playing for long enough will inevitably make you lose money. If this doesn't happen, it's because the game has some foundamental fault and you should immediately PM me so I can become rich.
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The two stood embraced, in a pool of warm fresh blood.
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Pinoko's Twin Sister First Appearance: Volume 1 Chapter 3: She doesn't like the fact that her teratoid cystoma is actually her twin sister. She would always look away and say that that thing isn't her sister. Her face and background is never revealed until Volume 17 Chapter Her second appearance is in Volume 9 Chapter 2: Her third appearance is in Volume 17 Chapter Crab tells Black Jack that she is actually the daughter of an important Buddhist line.
She was constrained by pedigree and form. The family is always churning in drama, and she ended up deeply depressed. Then she tries to commit suicide by jumping from the third floor of her house. She survived and, with a huge amount of cash and amnesia, ended up at Black Jack's house.
Pinoko and her had a sister bond without knowing her identity. When she saw Dr. Crab, her memories returned and she forgot about Pinoko. Pinoko didn't know who she really was, Black Jack did. Volume 1 Chapter 5: Honma, his mentor and life-saver, who acted as the young boy's father-figure. Kagemitsu Hazama, Black Jack's real father, left his wife and son to live in Macau with his new wife Renka. The reasons for Kagemitsu's behavior are later explained in the Black Jack 21 series. As a child, Black Jack suffered from paralysis in all four limbs and spent many lonely years in a wheelchair until he regained the use of them.
Honma wrote a book about this miracle, as depicted in Volume 1 Chapter The medical community accused him of conducting a live experiment on a patient with a rare "Honma's Hematoma " and killed the patient. He was then forced to retire. When he died, Black Jack went through Dr. Honma's old files and found a letter addressed to him. Honma wanted Black Jack to find out the mystery of "Honma's Hematoma", but until he solve the mystery, to not operate on any patients who have it.
Lumps of blood in the heart will form, even after many surgeries to get rid of them, they will come back. Because of that, many patients die of weak hearts. In Volume 13 Chapter 9: The patient's heart will be replaced with an artificial heart. But it turns out that "Honma's Hematoma" is a disease caused by patients who already have artificial hearts. Honma dies of old age in the episode four of Black Jack 4 Miracles of Life "Just like a Pearl" after a failed surgical attempt to revive him.