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booting to win: 7/28/2011 13:04:25

Stopped playing - don't bother invite
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now that's worth a blacklisting :

http://warlight.net/MultiPlayer.aspx?GameID=1423421
booting to win: 7/28/2011 13:23:13


Rainbow Dash (Kurtis)
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why the hell would you join a 1 minute boot game?
booting to win: 7/28/2011 13:30:50


NoZone 
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I'm with Kurtis. You signed up for it, don't bitch about it.
booting to win: 7/28/2011 14:14:28


Matma Rex 
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Thirded. I though we've had enough of this stuff already...
booting to win: 7/29/2011 12:14:44


powerpos
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noob
booting to win: 7/29/2011 14:39:27


KniFe 
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What do you expect when you join a 1 min boot game? It's your own fault really.
booting to win: 7/29/2011 19:15:39


Oliebol 
Level 55
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You should have placed this winning strategy in the strategy thread :P
booting to win: 7/31/2011 08:48:49

aravir
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Probably not the right place to post this since I agree that booting was probably OK in a one-minute game, but it seems like people are just too quick to boot.

I was just playing a game and warlight.net was unavailable for about five minutes from the entire Midwest; I tried reconnecting through IPs in Chicago, Madison, St. Louis, and Champaign-Urbana with no joy. They all failed at rackspace.com.

The other guy, apparently, was still able to connect and booted me. What do you do in a case like that?

I've always had problems with the Rackspace data center in Texas myself, so I'm particularly surprised; I also suspect that this won't be the last time it happens.
booting to win: 7/31/2011 15:22:12


powerpos
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aravir, you cant be too quick to boot since you cant boot before the direct-boot times expire.

dunno exactly how the other guy was supposed to know about your connection-problems anyways, did you tell him and ask to wait a little longer ?
booting to win: 7/31/2011 17:20:24

aravir
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Since the site wasn't available and didn't respond to a ping request, there was no way to tell him.

I usually try to wait a while before booting in case something like this has happened to them.

For those who care (and so it's documented), here's a traceroute from last night:

traceroute to warlight.net (184.106.245.61), 30 hops max, 40 byte packets
1 141.142.192.1 4.205 ms 4.220 ms 4.227 ms
2 141.142.1.173 0.680 ms 0.725 ms 0.777 ms
3 141.142.128.81 0.311 ms 0.308 ms 0.296 ms
4 72.36.127.185 0.568 ms 0.519 ms 0.522 ms
5 72.36.126.102 3.026 ms 3.083 ms 3.134 ms
6 64.57.21.85 3.251 ms 3.273 ms 3.266 ms
7 137.164.130.174 3.480 ms 3.454 ms 3.552 ms
8 64.125.26.245 3.546 ms 3.531 ms 3.557 ms
9 64.124.65.218 3.716 ms 3.660 ms 3.706 ms
10 * * *

When the site was back a few minutes later these were the extra hops that
appeared.

10 173.203.0.109 4.781 ms 4.720 ms 4.698 ms
11 173.203.0.173 4.762 ms 4.863 ms 4.801 ms
booting to win: 8/1/2011 10:42:52

slejer
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1 min boot game on a bigger map is not a strategy game anymore...
IMHO Benjamin Breeg (the host) found his way to improve "stats" because he's better at booting than other players ;)
it's still your fault Serguei because u joined.
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