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  1. Getting a raid team together for destiny 2. Plan to do it tomorrow 6pm GMT. Currently got me at 282 light and a friend at 283 light. Message me if your interested 

  2. Some tips I have learned

    I have been playing since launch day last Wednesday and got just under 24 hours play time recorded. Figured I would share some tips I picked up along the way, things I did that I shouldn't have etc. Firstly, complete the campaign before you do anything. Ignore the adventures as well. (yes they give high light level items but for the time it takes to complete them, to get 1 armour/ weapon piece, isn't worth it in my opinion - time better spent doing a public event) Once you complete the campaign, farm the heck out of lost sectors, public events, planetary chests, patrol missions and region chests. (Heroic public (link on how to activate heroic events is at the end of this post) events are your best bet for levelling up your light level fast, each event can give up to 3 planet tokens, chance for a legendary/ exotic engram and a guaranteed blue engram that 9/10 times has higher light level than your current equipment!) Whilst farming these events, collect tokens and world materials that are currency for the vendors on the different worlds. (Levelling up the vendors is also a highly effective way of getting a higher light, in fact you will need to do this to get past light level 260. - this type of farming can be done along side farming public events, just pick up a patrol mission here and there, keep an eye out for any chests and also any enemies that have a yellow health bar because they drop a chest full of goodies as well) A PRO tip that I learned too late, is to never do a quest that says in the reward section,' Powerful Reward'. - These rewards are either legendary or exotic engrams that give the most powerful weapons or armour in the game, they should only be completely when you are the highest light possible which is about light level 270 before things become too difficult to farm. These items come with a very high light level, sometimes 10 or 20 levels above your current equipment so try to stay away from those quests for as long as possible. Another useful tip is to always open your legendary/ exotic engrams as soon as you get them. They are already set with a light level when you get them, so saving them for when you get a higher light level doesn't work, best to open them asap so the next drop you get can be one of a higher level. Legendary shards - Currently only useful for infusing stuff until Xur comes next Friday, nobody knows how many shards we need for guns/ armour in the shop but its best to dismantle any legendary you get that you don't need or have duplicates of. No point stocking up on legendaries this early in the game, especially when your light level is always rising. Glimer - caps at 100,000. Currently has no use once your into late game (light level 240+) Heroic Events: I will periodically update this post when I learn of new things within the game, if anyone has any tips they have learned then please feel free to share them, we are all a community and learning together is always better!
  3. New PC gamer

    https://discord.gg/6wF6KyP join our discord server and chat in the pc chat.. lots of us play PUBG, i have about 100 hours put into it
  4. Missing/Different Ranks

    missing: Advanced, Dedicated, Established, Prime, Prestige, Hardcore, Imperial and Specialist. Thanks in advance admins!
  5. Looking for other gamers

    haha i know mate, best decision i ever made buying that game, can play it for hours and not get bored
  6. Looking for other gamers

    there is quite a few of us who are actively gaming on pc, big group of us highly addicted to a game called playerunknowns battlegrounds, unreal game and i would recommend you get it if your looking to team up with people. you can join the bhl discord and hang out with us in the pc chat, we are always talking in there - https://discord.gg/6wF6KyP
  7. PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds? add me on steam: bhl_beastly 

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      Can't find any results for bhl_beastly. Try ishox2711

    2. Beastly


      You on the bhl discord? We play it a ton on there

  8. Starting a youtube channel

    Starting a Youtube channel can only be done by yourself, its something that if becomes successful will stick with you for years so you need a name that best represents you and a name that is either funny, stands out or sticks with viewers, and thats not something that can be decided for you.
  9. molt and nickatnyte are my go to for anything supercell related lol.. used to like chief pat as well but cant stand him now, especially those awful thumbnails lmao
  10. New to PC gaming in need of pc friends :(

    FR sent, sorry been flooded with work
  11. 2 New Moderators

    Grats both of you!
  12. New to PC gaming in need of pc friends :(

    i play league on EW WEST as well... my name is retribution16
  13. New to PC gaming in need of pc friends :(

    Nice pc martle, I do high end gaming as well.. I'll add you on steam once I'm home
  14. **Post your set ups!**

    Wow that's an old setup
  15. Nvidia has released a new low-end graphics card in the GeForce GT 1030 for entry-level and budget-minded users. It's the latest GPU within Nvidia's 10 series (all equipped with the Pascal architecture), and is priced around $75. The GT 1030 provides a little more power than what an integrated graphics processor (IGP) offers and is targeted to those who mainly play less demanding games such as League of Legends or Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. It's also useful for 4K home theater setups, since many older IGPs cannot do 4K. The single slot GT 1030 from EVGA. The GT 1030 itself has 2GB of VRAM, a 64-bit memory interface, 384 CUDA cores, and includes ports for HDMI, DVI, and DisplayPort. Its small form factor of 4.7 by 6.7 inches makes it easier to fit into compact systems, and the 30 watt power draw means it doesn't need much juice. Reference models have a 1468MHz boost clock speed. However, there are many different SKUs from several manufacturers, some offering fanless passive cooling solutions and higher core clocks. AMD's low-end graphics card--the Radeon RX 550--is priced around $80 and features 2GB VRAM, a 128-bit memory interface, and a core clock around 1200MHz depending on the SKU. AMD is also set to reveal the upcoming Vega line of GPUs on May 31 during Computex. Source: https://www.gamespot.com/articles/nvidia-launches-the-geforce-gt-1030-a-low-end-budg/1100-6450202/