June Champions

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  • Samspade23Samspade23 Posts: 523 ★★
    I will say mysterio and black cat. Probably wrong but that's my guess.
  • GroundedWisdomGroundedWisdom Posts: 18,606 ★★★★★

    Considering the game was featured in Ragnarok, I'd say they have a pretty good relationship with them.

    really? I remember the phrase "Contest of Champions" being used; a phrase that in Marvel comics dates back to 1982. But I don't remember noticing Thor or Hulk sitting down with a phone or tablet and playing the MCoC app game. When did that happen?
    I didn't mean they were playing the actual game. It was a reference to this game.
  • DrAwkwardPhDDrAwkwardPhD Posts: 110
    I saw Invisible Woman & Namor rumored for June
  • HaminHamin Posts: 2,446 ★★★★★

    I saw Invisible Woman & Namor rumored for June

    Otriux confirmed it.

    He is currently batting 1000, I believe.
  • ForumName123ForumName123 Posts: 155

    Considering the game was featured in Ragnarok, I'd say they have a pretty good relationship with them.

    HAHAHA... how clueless are you?
  • GroundedWisdomGroundedWisdom Posts: 18,606 ★★★★★
    At data mining...I wouldn't call that an accomplishment. Lol.
  • ForumName123ForumName123 Posts: 155

    Considering the game was featured in Ragnarok, I'd say they have a pretty good relationship with them.

    really? I remember the phrase "Contest of Champions" being used; a phrase that in Marvel comics dates back to 1982. But I don't remember noticing Thor or Hulk sitting down with a phone or tablet and playing the MCoC app game. When did that happen?
    I didn't mean they were playing the actual game. It was a reference to this game.
    No, it wasn't at all actually. It was a reference to what this game is referencing.....
  • GroundedWisdomGroundedWisdom Posts: 18,606 ★★★★★

    Considering the game was featured in Ragnarok, I'd say they have a pretty good relationship with them.

    HAHAHA... how clueless are you?
    I'm clueless? Hardly. If you think that it was referencing the Comics and had no connection to this game whatsoever, I have some Magic Beans I would like to sell. Do you not remember Goldblum?
  • HaminHamin Posts: 2,446 ★★★★★

    At data mining...I wouldn't call that an accomplishment. Lol.

    Smh

    ...really?
  • ForumName123ForumName123 Posts: 155

  • GroundedWisdomGroundedWisdom Posts: 18,606 ★★★★★
    edited May 13
    Hamin said:

    At data mining...I wouldn't call that an accomplishment. Lol.

    Smh

    ...really?
    Yes. I'm not a fan of stealing information.
  • GroundedWisdomGroundedWisdom Posts: 18,606 ★★★★★


    It was also a reference to the game. Hence the Goldblum Challenge, promoted by the Actor who played The Grandmaster. Honestly....
  • ForumName123ForumName123 Posts: 155

    Considering the game was featured in Ragnarok, I'd say they have a pretty good relationship with them.

    HAHAHA... how clueless are you?
    I'm clueless? Hardly. If you think that it was referencing the Comics and had no connection to this game whatsoever, I have some Magic Beans I would like to sell. Do you not remember Goldblum?
    You suck so hard on the kool aid its ridiculous. Thinking that they have any connection to this game is laughable.
  • GroundedWisdomGroundedWisdom Posts: 18,606 ★★★★★

    Considering the game was featured in Ragnarok, I'd say they have a pretty good relationship with them.

    HAHAHA... how clueless are you?
    I'm clueless? Hardly. If you think that it was referencing the Comics and had no connection to this game whatsoever, I have some Magic Beans I would like to sell. Do you not remember Goldblum?
    You suck so hard on the kool aid its ridiculous. Thinking that they have any connection to this game is laughable.
    You don't know your facts. Sorry.
  • ForumName123ForumName123 Posts: 155

    Considering the game was featured in Ragnarok, I'd say they have a pretty good relationship with them.

    HAHAHA... how clueless are you?
    I'm clueless? Hardly. If you think that it was referencing the Comics and had no connection to this game whatsoever, I have some Magic Beans I would like to sell. Do you not remember Goldblum?
    You suck so hard on the kool aid its ridiculous. Thinking that they have any connection to this game is laughable.
    You don't know your facts. Sorry.
    Because you said its true its fact? What does the Goldblum challenge have at all to do with what happens in Ragnarok? 16k posts of garbage.
  • GroundedWisdomGroundedWisdom Posts: 18,606 ★★★★★
    Okay, if you're not actually going to have a serious conversation and all you're going to do is spout insults, I'm not debating it with you. There was a connection. Disagree if you want. It's not my problem if you can't see that they're related.
  • GroundedWisdomGroundedWisdom Posts: 18,606 ★★★★★
    No, you're just trying to pick a personal argument with me, and I have no time for it. You can't even stick to the subject, you just keep referencing how many Posts I have. Sorry, not my first time.
  • GroundedWisdomGroundedWisdom Posts: 18,606 ★★★★★
    Yep. Done.
  • HaminHamin Posts: 2,446 ★★★★★
    Data mining isn't "stealing".

    My god...

    Stealing is hacking into Kabam's network and taking unreleased files.

    Data mining is searching within released files for unreleased info.

    The info was released to the public by Kabam but hidden. It is so far removed from stealing... I mean... never mind. I know I wasting my time here.
  • HaminHamin Posts: 2,446 ★★★★★

    Hamin said:

    Data mining isn't "stealing".

    My god...

    Stealing is hacking into Kabam's network and taking unreleased files.

    Data mining is searching within released files for unreleased info.

    The info was released to the public by Kabam but hidden. It is so far removed from stealing... I mean... never mind. I know I wasting my time here.

    Data mining is stealing. While the act of combing the data may not be illegal, releasing it to the public prior to its intended release is most definitely stealing it.
    No it's not.
  • ForumName123ForumName123 Posts: 155
    Hamin said:

    Hamin said:

    Data mining isn't "stealing".

    My god...

    Stealing is hacking into Kabam's network and taking unreleased files.

    Data mining is searching within released files for unreleased info.

    The info was released to the public by Kabam but hidden. It is so far removed from stealing... I mean... never mind. I know I wasting my time here.

    Data mining is stealing. While the act of combing the data may not be illegal, releasing it to the public prior to its intended release is most definitely stealing it.
    No it's not.
    It is because he said it is. That's about it.
  • GroundedWisdomGroundedWisdom Posts: 18,606 ★★★★★
    Hamin said:

    Hamin said:

    Data mining isn't "stealing".

    My god...

    Stealing is hacking into Kabam's network and taking unreleased files.

    Data mining is searching within released files for unreleased info.

    The info was released to the public by Kabam but hidden. It is so far removed from stealing... I mean... never mind. I know I wasting my time here.

    Data mining is stealing. While the act of combing the data may not be illegal, releasing it to the public prior to its intended release is most definitely stealing it.
    No it's not.
    Yes, it is. There's a reason it's not visible without data mining. It's released in the form they present it.
  • RockypantherxRockypantherx Posts: 380 ★★

    Hamin said:

    Data mining isn't "stealing".

    My god...

    Stealing is hacking into Kabam's network and taking unreleased files.

    Data mining is searching within released files for unreleased info.

    The info was released to the public by Kabam but hidden. It is so far removed from stealing... I mean... never mind. I know I wasting my time here.

    Data mining is stealing. While the act of combing the data may not be illegal, releasing it to the public prior to its intended release is most definitely stealing it.
    I’m not a data mining expert but I’m fairly certain anyone can do it if they learn it. So essentially isn’t it already public information if anyone can potentially access it. Again, that might not be how data mining works but that’s how it appears to me
  • HaminHamin Posts: 2,446 ★★★★★

    Hamin said:

    Hamin said:

    Data mining isn't "stealing".

    My god...

    Stealing is hacking into Kabam's network and taking unreleased files.

    Data mining is searching within released files for unreleased info.

    The info was released to the public by Kabam but hidden. It is so far removed from stealing... I mean... never mind. I know I wasting my time here.

    Data mining is stealing. While the act of combing the data may not be illegal, releasing it to the public prior to its intended release is most definitely stealing it.
    No it's not.
    It is because he said it is. That's about it.
    I'm usually fairly neutral to GW in convos.

    However, he is 100% wrong about data mining.

    Any information released publically by a company is free to be explored and talked about... regardless, if it's hidden or not.
  • GroundedWisdomGroundedWisdom Posts: 18,606 ★★★★★
    That depends on the setting it's being discussed. If you're releasing it publicly before the company gives permission, then no. That's not legal.
  • HaminHamin Posts: 2,446 ★★★★★

    Hamin said:

    Hamin said:

    Data mining isn't "stealing".

    My god...

    Stealing is hacking into Kabam's network and taking unreleased files.

    Data mining is searching within released files for unreleased info.

    The info was released to the public by Kabam but hidden. It is so far removed from stealing... I mean... never mind. I know I wasting my time here.

    Data mining is stealing. While the act of combing the data may not be illegal, releasing it to the public prior to its intended release is most definitely stealing it.
    No it's not.
    Yes, it is. There's a reason it's not visible without data mining. It's released in the form they present it.
    No. It's. Not. It is not stealing in any regard.

    At worst, it's just an a-hole move.
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