RogueCorp Ebay Store Return Policy GG

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Items sold by RogueCorp Ebay Store are often used, repurposed, or otherwise not new products. For this reason, returns will not be accepted.

Buyers can always submit a return request through Ebay itself. Even though we do not accept returns. We will honor Ebays policy because we have to. There are only a couple of reasons Ebay will require us to accept a return and issue a refund.

If the buyer is asking to return the item because it’s damaged, faulty, or didn’t match your listing description, then we will accept the return. Unless the item was sold as “damaged”. This is sometimes the case. Damaged items have value as “For parts” or other reasons, therefore, we will on occasion sell damaged items in an “as is” fashion.

All items are sold in this manner.

As is

It is important for you as the buyer to do your due diligence on understanding the quality and condition of items prior to purchasing. All of our items are sold “As Is.” Ther

Bethesda News – Bethesda shutting down the Bethesda Launcher

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Remember when it seemed like every game publisher thought they needed their own launcher for their games? Bethesda, Epic, EA, Blizzard, and others thought it would be good to sell their games from their own storefront. The notion worked well for some, but not so well for others.

EA had a shot at it but did not have near the success as Epic or Blizzard. That is when they decided to return their games back to steam. Steam is where [most of us] get games these days, and Blizzard seems to be returning to the fold.

Not only that, but the giant game publisher is also closing its Bethesda Launcher entirely.

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Bethesda’s Announcement

“Starting in early April, you’ll be able to migrate your games and wallet to your Steam account…” & “We would like to thank you for your support and assure you that all of your games are safe. The migration to Steam will include your game library and wallet – meaning you will not lose anything. Many games will also have their saves migrated, with a few requiring some manual transfers.”

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This announcement by Bethesda hopefully assured those that have games purchased from Bethesda’s store. As well as those that may have racked up any in-game currency with their popular, (and pricey) games like, Fallout 76 and the Elder Scrolls Online.

I am not sure the reason for the shutdown; however, it is very likely due to the limited number of users to the store.

What is also interesting is thinking about Blizzard’s online store, Battle.net. Microsoft purchased Bethesda, and now the Bethesda Launcher is closing down. Bethesda bought Activision Blizzard, who house Battle.net. Microsoft also has their own store. Could we see all of the popular games from these publishers end up on Battle.net? Or the Microsoft Store?

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Best Ways to kill enemies in Dying Light 2?

Killing fools in Villedor – Dying Light 2 fun ways to kill enemies
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I am sharing this post in hopes of getting some juicy shares from people out there. Hit me up via social media. Tage me or send me those shares of your most fun / hilarious moments killing enemies in Dying Light 2.

Dropkicking enemies in Dying Light 2 – Dying Light special moves

1. Handing out drop kicks for free

Handing out drop kicks all over Villedor is hands down, my favorite way to kill enemies in Dying Light 2.

The higher the drop the better. Bonus points for those that send them through tight spaces, like windows, for a bit of added flavor.

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Brick & Switch – opportunity weapons in Dying Light 2
PK for the win – Factions Dying Light 2

2. The ole brick and switch

Building off of dropping people from high places, comes the throwing things method. Bricks, bottles, spears, or other throwables make great freelance options for knocking people over ledges.

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3. Let someone else do the killing

Betting on my PK boi to get the kill is always a safe bet. Especially when he gets a slight nudge toward victory.

These are some of my favorite ways of killing enemies in Dying Light 2. Whether bandit or infected, I have a blast getting creative with the kill! Share with me your best kills on social media!

Wood Elf – Blood Bowl – Wood Elves

Wood Elf – Blood Bowl – Wood Elves

For Wood Elves the Long pass is everything, even more so than their High Elf cousins, and all of their effort goes into being an expert at throwing or receiving. So, get them binoculars out if you’re going to watch these aerial loving elves.

Wood Elf Blood Bowl

Wood Elves Blood Bowl Roster:

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Wood Elf Bloodbowl roster costs

Strengths:
Great passers
Fast & agile
Wardancers are exceptional

Weaknesses:
Somewhat expensive
Fragile

Famous Teams:

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Arranoc Drakes
Athelorn Avengers
Bil Bali Archers
Deepwood Falcons
Greenglade Rooters
Laurelorn Paladins
Oakglade Defenders
Pine Crag Pioneers
Treetop Terrors

Vampire – Blood Bowl – Warhammer

Vampire – Blood Bowl – Warhammer

Although Vampire teams include a number of extremely capable players, they are let down by the unreliability of the Vampires. While they should be concentrating on the game, their attention often wanders to their hunger and before you know it, they are off for a quick bite.

Vampires Blood Bowl

Vampire Blood Bowl Roster:

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Vampire Blood Bowl Roster:

Strengths:
Cheap Linemen
Vampire has great skills
Very agile

Weaknesses:
Not ideal for beginners
Expensive rerolls
Not a variety of players

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Famous Teams:

Black Sabbeths
Castiron Knights
Craggen Counts
Deadly Nightshades
Drakfang Thirsters
Streissen Vampires

Underworld Denizens – Blood Bowl

Underworld Denizens – Blood Bowl

These teams often have very poor records as they spend most of their time infighting and blaming each other for the errors for each play. The one feature of this team that makes many fans attend is that the players sleep and bathe in Warpstone (and some eat it). While this kills off most of the potential players before they ever join a team, the ones that do survive often develop fascinating mutations.

Underworld Blood Bowl Teams

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Underworld Blood Bowl Team Rosters:

Underworld Blood Bowl Team Rosters cost
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Strengths:

Cheap / Unique players
Variety of players
Mutations
Great speed & agility

Weaknesses:

Not ideal for beginners
Animosity
Low armor
Not very strong

Famous Teams:

Cragmere Critters
Dragon Crag Dirtbags
Fungal Cowboys
Green Destroyers
Grim Squeakers
Tunnel Brothers
Underworld Creepers

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Tomb Kings “Khemri” – Blood Bowl

Khemri – Blood Bowl – Tomb Kings

Over 8,000 years ago, the Khemri played the first games of Blood Bowl against the Slann. But, as the Kingdom died off, so did the game until its rediscovery. And as the game returned, it was inevitable that the ancient players and stars of the Khemri would return to the pitch they once played on.

Khemri Teams

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Khemri Team Rosters:

Khemri – Tomb Kings BB roster

Strengths:
Ideal for beginners
Cheap Linemen
up to 4 Tomb Guardians
Regeneration

Weaknesses:
Not very agile
Only okay passing
Expensive reroll

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Famous Teams:

Neter-Khertet

Snotling – Blood Bowl

Snotling – Blood Bowl

Tiny in stature and severely lacking any sense of self-preservation, they are enthusiastic follower and players of Blood Bowl.

Snotling Teams

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Snotling Team Roster:

Snotling BB roster costs
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Strengths:
Extra players
Versatile
Cheap players

Weaknesses:
Not ideal for beginners
Fragile & Weak

Famous Teams:

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Crud Creek Nosepickers
Snottingham Snot Sniffles

Slann / Kislev Circus – Blood Bowl

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Slann / Kislev Circus – Blood Bowl

While the Slann have no passing game to speak of, their ability to leap, dive, and intercept are second to none. What Circus animals. As they get older, they have a tendency to get fat and lazy. The younger bunch tend to enjoy playing Blood Bowl & are naturally pretty good at it!

Kislev Circus Teams

Slann Team Roster:

Slann / Kislev Circus Team Roster costs
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Strengths:
Very Agile
Average player cost
Interesting skills

Weaknesses:
Not ideal for beginners
No passing game

Famous Teams:
Lustria Croakers

Skaven – Blood Bowl

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Skaven – Blood Bowl

They may not be all that strong, they certainly aren’t tough, but boy oh boy are Skaven fast! Many an opponent has been left in the starting blocks as fast-moving Skaven players scamper through a gap in the line and run in for a lightning-fast touchdown.

Skaven Teams

Skaven Team Roster:

Skaven Team Roster: Bloodbowl
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Strengths:
Very fast & agile
Versatile
Cheap Linemen

Weaknesses:
Not ideal for beginners
Not very strong

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Famous Teams:

Fifth Column Tunnellers
Grieve Bay Packrats
Hell Pit Heroes
Pestilent Pioneers
Pustulent Priests
Queekwell Quesers
Rotten Rats
Skavenblight Scramblers
Snick-tail Scuttlers
Warpfire Wanderers