PWI – your searches 3

It has been some time since I wrote about PWI last time. Today again a few questions from you along with some unrelated pictures. Two Santas and some flying monster. 🙂 Let’s start!

Q: pwi cash shop
Who knows what’s the actual question here. Buy your Zens here (login required of course), transfer them to the server (now they are called gold :-)) and then there is that little sun on the bottom of your minimap. That’s the cash shop where you can spend your gold.

Q: pwi – element fragments
Maybe the search was related to the very boring quest where you need to kill blobs that have little drop rate. Actually you don’t need to kill them, there are much better monsters (but mostly around lvl30) – check this link for more. You can also buy them in cat shop (not cash shop! ;-)) but they are often overpriced. Drop rate was very very bad once, now it’s quite normal.

MetroAionix as Santa

Q: mold mirage sword
Again check PW database. It’s dropped by FB19 bosses, but you have to have a squad without high level characters to have some real chance. Good luck. And yes, it’s really nice weapon for magic chars, I was lucky to get it and I used it until early forties. 🙂

Q: pwi importance of reputation
Difficult to say, I’m still low level to know every aspect of reputation. But I discussed it in this post (search the word) and it’s also discussed on PWI forums.

Flying tortoise… or turtle or what 😉

Q: perfect world international fb19 dungeon boss
See this post. I guess the searcher found what he wanted, I’ll try to ignore FB19 in the future. 😉

Q: pwi best place to grind for wiz
The same Q: pwi wizard grinding spots
The same like for cleric. See this guide, it’s long, but you can find the section about leveling there. Shortly – flying monsters, poisonous is the best +-3 levels. Under the Heaven’s Tear (30-42), above the starting point for new characters (all three, lvl40), above the first quest village after your race’s city (e.g. Hidden Heroes Village, lvl50), above your cities for lvl70… you’ll find it. Search also “flying mobs” in this post.

Q: what can i do to lvl when i have no quests? pwi
Grind! 😉 It’s not a big fun, but it’s not that bad either. Or help other people with their FBs! Grinding is better to get coins though. FBs are better for reputation.

Me as Santa! 😉

Q: how much rep is needed for fb19?
Not needed, the description in the quest is deceiving. Hope I’m not misleading now. 😉 You just need lvl19 and some quests finished (can’t remember now, finish them all :-P).

Q: pwi archosaur
One more Q: map of archosaur perfect world
I was working on a really nice map of Archosaur, but somehow… whatever. Archosaur is actually easy if you don’t go into details. You can divide it into 9 zones (3×3), three of them have gate (north, west, south). In these zones there are always all merchants, tailors, bankers, blacksmith… you got it. Trainers (people teaching skills) are north-east and south-west (that is where the General is too). Elder is in the east (harbor). These are the most important NPCs. West is very very rush district with most of the catshops – so go to do your deals (buy/sell) there.

So that’s it for today. Hope it will help future searchers. Good luck!


PWI – your searches 2

I want to write something about PWI, but I don’t wanna talk about level 50 or Wheel Of Fate now, so I’ll use your searches that got you onto my blog. Not all of them were successful (I don’t know what is “lost and found quest”, maybe later). So here are your questions, my answers and some random pictures!

Young AdriaZirma in overcrowded Archosaur long time ago.

Q: bolden goldwing solo
Looks like Bolden Goldwing questions are popular. Yes, it is possible to solo, but ranged magic characters have advantage here as they better deal with magical damage. Kill two minions first because they go down fast and do a lot of additional damage otherwise. I’m really surprised I made the Goldwing with Adria when she got there for the first time. I used her healing skill because I had some time to heal, but I also drank some potions for sure. I was lucky I didn’t die actually because I didn’t expect such a strong boss. With all this I’m even more surprised that I took the screenshot in the process but it was probably before I nearly died. 🙂

“Die, die and give me the flower… or seed… or whatever… die!”

Q: animal fur drop pwi
Again PW database – and search:
Animal fur is actually no problem, if you say rough fur, that’s something you’ll miss. 😉

Young newbies watching their first sunset in the game. Or is it the dawn?

Q: perfect world(how to get mold wheel of fate)
And as you can see, you need mold for it:
And as you can see, it’s dropped by Hercule Trioc at the very end of Gate of Delirium (FB39):
Long story short… I bought it. 🙂
Short story long: Mold for 2m, maybe less if you’re lucky, maybe more. Don’t buy in the cat-shop if you don’t like the price, call “WTB wheel of fate! pm me!” in Archosaur and someone will probably address you. Wait for the good price. Mold means you have to have an additional material but you can buy it from cat-shops. If you buy the weapon you know the stats (vitality can be 7, I crafted with 6, sockets can be 2, I have one… unlucky). Mold has only one advantage… you have your weapon signed – that is if you can craft it.

My new Wheel Of Fate. Stats could be better but I’m happy anyway.

Q: pwi cleric build
I decided for “Full Attack Cleric” build which is quite an extreme build that is very well described here (get the PDF from the first post). It is very rewarding build because you can deal a lot of damage, heal yourself, heal others as well (although not as good as typical support cleric), it’s good for PvP (reportedly, I don’t do it yet)… my friends archers grins that the cleric is the best archer. 🙂 There are some cons too – otherwise it would be plain boring. You have little HPs which means you have to run or kill fast. I died a lot with the build when something happened too fast. Add a little lag to it and you die very easily. Still – it is great solo build and you still can be helpful – even as a healer.

Have I mentioned overcrowded Archosaur? This is really it! Few months after my first “overcrowded” picture (higher)… there really are much more players than before.

Q: pwi online game
Erm… yeah, you’re on the right page! 🙂 Click “pwi” in the tag cloud on the right side of my blog and you get to all my PWI posts. Enjoy!

We thought we got to the top of the world. And probably saw the backdrop for the first time. Now we know there are much higher mountains of course.

PWI – your searches 1

There is a cool feature on the WordPress – you can see searches users used to get to your articles. It’s funny that most of them is not answered in my articles – or is it the shame? 🙂 I decided to change it in a very short and quick post. This one. But I also decided to designate it with number 1 because I expect that more unfortunate users hit my blog without finding their answers. So what was it this time?

Q: fb19
Ok, this is obviously elaborated in my previous PWI post.

Newbs like these don’t ask about fb19 or molds. I can tell. 😉

Q: pwi is mold one use?
Yes, AFAIK. Mold is dropped from the monster and you can (if you can – that means if you have your manufacturing skill developed enough) create one thing from it. End of story. Of course you can trade that thing, pass it to different character, whatever.

Q: perfect world international flying mobs
Who knows what this user searched for? 🙂 Maybe for fact that flying mobs are great for grinding? They are. They have reportedly less HP, they often attack with poison which is the best attack (if it’s not Dismal Shade ;-)) – especially for casters like wizard/cleric (venomancer has their own tank/pet at least). And if you turn off your flying you can escape any serious situation in a matter of seconds (don’t fall in the midst of agro mobs on the ground though ;-)).

Q: Can I ride the elk wearing only the bikini? A: Sure! Q: Will I be cold? A: I don’t know.

Q: perfect world where do i find the bolden goldwing?
Quick answer:
Long answer: Don’t ask questions like these. Go to PW database, click on the American flag to ensure you’re searching for PWI related stuff and search. It’s really that easy. Maybe the PWDB doesn’t contain everything, but always start there. 😉 These are those rare cases where you should not start with Google (which probably lists the same page too, but not with question so complex). Very, very good alternative – especially for quests – is the “I feel lucky” result for this question: PWI wiki with quest descriptions (search “bolden” on the page, I guess you got it but there are some lazy users, you know ;-)).

Enjoy the game and good luck!

PWI: Dungeon called FB19

I did not rush into the cave when I got level 19 quests – partially because there were other exciting things to do (around the big city of Archosaur!) and partially because I knew nothing about dungeons. There is “lovely” quest by Little Daisy where you run around the whole map to heal her flying pet or what – and part of this quest is to kill a few wolves near the FB19 cave of Untamed. They were extremely hard to kill – they actually killed us a few times before we understood that these one are really different. 🙂

Killing Poison-Tail Occultist – this time with normal standing-tank.

What the hell is FB19 – you may ask when you hear it the first time. There is a difficult quest to go to a particular dungeon (every race has its own), kill some elite mobs there and finally defeat the boss too. These quests are from “Challenge” quest series and those given on levels 19, 29, 39… are called FB19/29… up to 99 I guess. Dungeons are called just the same – at least by people. At the very start (that means also around the level 20 when you get to this point) most players are confused because there is one more thing to this – so called “tablet”. Do you remember seeing yellow messages on the world chat “helping with FB19, must have tab, pm me”?

Poison-Tail Occultist once more

The first Challenge quest you obtain informs you to kill a number of beasts of two kinds (8+8 or 5+5 depending on your race). These beasts can be found in the dungeon and after you succeed the quest moves on to killing the boss part. That’s one quest where you have to defeat the boss inside the FB19. There is, however, one more quest with the very same objective. But the way to this quest is not that intuitive and in contrast to the Challenge quest you can’t repeat it. In order to get this quest you have to finish the Cultivation quest given on the level 19 and then Elder of your city gives you so called “tablet”. Official name of the item is either “Call to Duty” or “First Battle” – doesn’t really matter, players wanting to help you will always ask if you have “the tablet”.

Entering Untamed FB19 – with level 39 you can do it in two

Having the item still doesn’t mean that you have the quest. There is a pillar inside the FB19 dungeon – actually there are two – one at the very start and one sitting right next to the boss itself. After you “talk to the pillar” you get the quest and your tablet disappears. Now you have 10 hours to finish the quest. I was always so afraid to fail that I did everything to succeed – hence I don’t know what happens when you fail, but I guess that your tablet is lost. I would not rush using this item. But if you have a squad prepared and you are pretty sure you going to kill the boss don’t hesitate to start this quest along with your Challenge quest – of course get to the “kill the boss” part of the quest.

Untamed FB19 – analyzing the next group of mobs

There are various strategies you can use. You can run the big boss around – whoever takes agro simply runs around the cave and others fire. Some else gets agro then and runs too. 😉 It’s chaotic but you can kill the boss without a tank this way. Blademasters are not happy about it – because they just run and can deal the damage, but the trouble is they can hardly hold the agro. So unless you have venomancer with pet or real tank (blademaster with higher level or proper barbarian ;-)) running around is very good strategy. And it definitely involves less dying. Of course you can let blademaster tank too, but than you have to control the agro. First pictures show us killing the human FB19 boss in three – blademaster, wizard and cleric. We all fired, but wizard took her pauses and me was healing in the meantime, so I didn’t attract agro with plume shooting all the time. The point is, there is more than one way and you often don’t have the squad for the “proper” way (like tank, damage dealers who never over-agro, healer(s)). That’s when you have to come up with your own tactics. It’s also good to know that boss never attacks before you. You can kill all his minions – they are agro and social too (go together) but the boss is not. So you can clear the whole final cave before you start to run around with boss running after you. 🙂

Rand Razorjaw with blademaster tanking and me healing

My first FB19 story goes like this: I (AdriaZirma) went to the designated cave with MiraZirma (blademaster) and ImperialCat (cleric) and invited other two players who needed to kill the boss. I’ve got Challenge quest (kill 8 of something and 8 of something else) and I was asked to use my Call to Duty item with the pillar. We had two more blademasters – and especially level 33 was helpful. It was kind of messy because even when I told them that I don’t have all Molten Chrysalises killed they didn’t listen. And I didn’t know that this quest goes on with killing the boss.

Rest before my first FB19 boss got killed. You can see that my Challenge quest (called Discover) is not finished yet. (I already used this pics before, hope you’ll pardon me.)

However – it wasn’t any tragedy really. MiraZirma needed to spend her tablet too eventually and I killed my last Chrysalis and boss too in the end. Since then I killed a bunch of them in various (often very strange) configurations and with various strategies. And I died often too. I don’t like dying, but sometimes when we pushed our limits with a weaker squad we’ve learned much much more than during the smooth run. And pushing your limits brings some dying inevitably. But I don’t regret those experiences at all. It was still fun.

There is still much to be said about FB runs, but I will add some more experiences in another part in which I’ll cover FB29 for the change. As I will probably not return back to FB19, I just want to say that in my eyes Untamed version is the easiest. Ranged mobs in elven/human FBs are much more dangerous (chilpods in human cave and cactopods in elven one) and often fire to long distances which can easily result in deaths of low-HP characters. In worst case of the healer taking the agro of the mob that’s not hit by anyone else and turns after healer. So if you want to do just another FB19 run, go to the Untamed. It’s also closest to the center of the map – and to Archosaur too. Good luck!

Happy New Year with Perfect World International!

You gonna need it. Ok, skip my crap. No criticism today. No hints on bugs, no desperation – but rather some optimistic stuff. 🙂 And more pictures with less text (if I manage not to write so much). Let’s start with Adria killing flying boss sitting on the top of the Stairway to Heaven mountains. It’s around level 30 and it hurt quite a lot doing it alone. I was actually lucky to survive that. There is a lot of these lesser bosses around the map. Some of them are are placed tricky – like level 70 boss in the middle of lvl35 mobs. I accidentally ran at it once and was killed before even knowing what it was. Goldwing is placed much better I have to say.

Bolden Goldwing – it was a tough fight for solo wizard on my level but I survived. Yesterday I repeated it being lvl49 – much easier of course. 🙂

And now little picture of Adria in full red dress. Three parts (two visible) are Rank I equipment – quite good for that level. The rest is bought or crafted by myself.

Lady in Red – around level 35.

When I reached level 30 I could get my flying gear – sword in case of humans. This is the default you can get in game without any problems. It’s a bit faster than walk and can get you directly wherever you want. Some cliffs are hard to jump across. 🙂 And as you can see you can gather materials standing on the flying gear. Or fight – but that is less efficient because you deal less damage when flying. Significantly less damage I mean. Unless you fight flying mobs you should stand on the ground.

You can gather herbs and materials from your flying gear.

But if you’re interested in a better equipment you should buy it for real money! This is bigger flying sword – well we should all agree it looks much more impressive. It’s also faster than the smaller one otherwise I wouldn’t buy it of course. It’s probably not exactly worth those 20 bucks, but I wanted to support the game too.

Have I said something about flying gear on the last picture? THIS is flying gear! Prepare your $20 to get it though. 🙂 Or around 2 million of in-game coins.

What I really appreciate about this game – even if it’s not the core of the game mechanics – is how it looks and what can characters do. You can carry a girl even in a tiger form and when you embrace her (or get embraced) it looks cool. She lays down on your neck and scratches you a bit and you stretches like a pleased beast… lovely! You should also try various actions from action window (E).

Carrying girls in barbarian’s beast form. Embrace is also lovely. These details are one thing I love about PWI – it’s simply beautiful.

Legendary weapons are weapons made in Archosaur (exactly the place on the following picture) from molds. Mold can be dropped by some bosses, mostly in FB dungeons – but they are quite rare. My Mirage Sword is usable since level 22 and it was better than various weapons I got until level like 45. After that I changed weapons quite often dreaming about another legendary weapon – Wheel Of Fate. You can also buy it from other player – price is around 2.7m coins. That’s a lot of grinding, trust me. I’m still not quite there.

MiraZirma has eventually got her legendary sword too. Poor ImperialCat still had to live with quest weapon.

Some mobs are impressive and look scary yet they are not all aggressive (“agro”). This is one of them. It’s around level 19 just across the hill from Etherblade. When you see them first you have respect – but in this case it’s unnecessary because they just poison you and go down quickly. There are small ants around too – they will bite you to death much faster yet it’s easy to underestimate them for their size. Know the enemy, don’t trust your eyes.

“Please, mister, can we take a picture with you in this lovely moon-lit landscape?” And yes, we killed him afterwards. It was part of the quest after all. Killing, not taking a picture I mean.

Ok, now one picture full of relax. Two casters are refilling their mana while meditating and one archer guards them. We were probably also AFK (away from keyboard, just for sure ;-)) but in a wilderness you need someone to watch over you because many players die every minute after some agro-mob catches them during meditation while they are AFK.

Watchful archer guarding two exhausted and fragile ladies. Archer is lady too though.

There are still many places I’ve never seen on the map. You can fly there – considering you pay attention to high-level flying mobs – but it’s useless otherwise. I’ll rather wait when my level leads me there. Or quests. However on higher levels questing is not enough to get you to another level.

ZoeAionix – my full attack cleric build – somehow got lost and found herself in Sanctuary. Very nice part of the map.

Finally and most importantly – we (Adria, Zoe and Argh… not counting my characters on other server than Sanctuary :-)) all wish you Happy New Year and Zoe adds some fireworks. 🙂 Take care and see you around in 2009 with more PWI posts – that’s for sure.

Zoe wishes you all Happy New Year!

Desperate times with PWI

Today it will be more for people already playing PWI because some of the things described are related only to PWI and not to gaming in general.

The more I play PWI and read through forums and various blogs, the more I’m decided that my $50 were the first and the last I invested in the game. Should I invest more to buy some material that has insanely low drop-rate? Because so it seems. Many events in this game are not fun, they are cash shop oriented. Most news are about cash shop, new items, new dress sets. Even patch notes are dominated by events – mostly somehow related to cash shop. OK, I know that money are important for development. But can’t developers fix some bugs and balance the game that even non-paying players can play it normally?

We couldn’t gather this tree root. Cursor didn’t change to gathering function.

Non paying customers are slower, die more often unless very careful, there are tons of differences… why to push players to buy things like this? The whole Archosaur was full of people buying rough fur (of course for 1k or lower :-)) and only few of them are selling (5k typically) – luckily the drop-rate for this particular item has changed recently and now it’s OK. The same goes for dragon quests items… my friend went crazy when someone wanted third pack of 10 element fragments in one quest! Element fragment was also my first “stupid quest” with Blobs of rebirth… they dropped it VERY rarely and to get 5 for everyone in a squad was crazy. But Soft fur? No problem, surplus all the time, everybody sells it. Something is flawed in item distribution. In case of materials you can still buy them. It is stupid if you’re willing to grind it – but you simply can’t because of your level – high level means that low level items drop insanely rarely. In case of dragon quest (DQ) items it’s not possible to buy them. Luckily – I’ve read a guide how to get rich (in-game coins, not in real life ;-)) and one of the important point is not doing DQs at all because you just run around the whole map – or spend even more coins on teleports – and provide DQ items to various NPC. If you just sell it to them you can get hundreds of thousands of coins.

 My barbarian LOLs in a very funny way. No facial expression – and his big axe disappears. 🙂

There are simply many little things that players should learn before they find out that this and that is complete waste of time and nerves. For example – on level 30 you can achieve Rank I and then you can get rank-1 items from NPC near General Summer in Archosaur. No problem. But on level 40 – when you in theory could progress to Rank II – you will find out that you have little “reputation” which is one of the characteristics. Reputation is gained for quests and you can improve your situation doing cyclic quests (“solo”) or helping with FBs. My situation is that I’m on level 48, I have 800 reputation and need 1000 (I needed it on level 40 reportedly!). Why I’m in so deep… troubles? Well, because I have few boss related quests unfinished. It’s quite complicated to set up proper party to kill really difficult bosses, you want to do it with your friend rather – but 3 is too little and who has 5-6 friends playing the same game with you? Sure, you can enter some faction/guild and they should help you – that’s true. Our faction is friendly – but small. Maybe I will reconsider this later. Sure thing is I’m not the only one having problems with reputation. Rank I things were cool for my wizard, but players report that Rank II equipment is too little too late. But – to be motivated – there are reports that Rank 8 (or whatever the number was) reward is spectacular. But how to get high reputation without leveling? Should I die often to lower my experiences? Then you read on forums that Rank/reputation and (again) DQ are simply badly designed and they are not worth the effort. So… now be smart!

On level 30 you’ll get your flying gear so you can fly even when you’re not winged elf!

Is it really so despairing? Well… no. 🙂 If you have good solo build you don’t even need friends for normal situations. Wizards and supporting clerics however have hard times beating the monster of equal level and it’s good for them to be in the party. Wizard and cleric together are good enough squad actually because there is no need for tank for most of the quests. Another important point is – have fun. Follow quests, ignore DQs, ignore reputation issues – this all is not the most important part of the game. Rather get recruited by some decent faction and try Territory Wars (TW) – it may be fun. But I have to try this yet. There is also very good way how to get cash shop items without really buying them – simply buy them for coins in-game from other players! Generally $1 is equal to 100.000 coins – which is something you can grind from monsters in 90 minutes on level 40 (maybe more, maybe less, it depends on class/build too). Of course, $20 enhanced jaguar (big black cat that runs fast like hell and you can ride it) means 30 hours of mindless grinding without spending any coins. But it is possible.

Some places are just so romantic… if you like spiders for that matter.

Also – the events can be fun sometimes. Recently there are snowmen in major cities. Killing them gives you a lot of experiences (especially on lower levels) and it’s one hit kill without any risk. There are some drops that you can… ok, here my knowledge ends, because there are few more NPCs added for this event, it’s a lot of gathering, combining – and because I have bad feeling about most of the events on PWI I simply sell all items and go on with my grinding, life, etc. It’s also no fun to kill some snowman before anyone else does because in such a crowd even ~200 ms ping counts. But it’s funny to see the whole world running around the Archosaur with bows (whatever the class is, all of them ran to their home cities to buy the cheapest bow ;-)).

Dying snowman always says something funny.

Perfect World is far from perfect – nothing can be perfect, right? Every week there is a patch bringing some new item to cash shop, or sale (in the cash shop) or some event (related mostly to cash shop). There are bugs, some of them just visual, some of them really ugly. Player movement is laggy, netcode is pretty bad in my eyes (I think MMORPG should run smoothly with ping ~200 ms), game lacks proper customization but… I still play it.

Gorgeous view across Etherblade city.

While I wasn’t able to overcome missing control redefinition in Sacred, I can in PWI – god knows why. Too bad there are not more bug fixes in every patch and some skill balancing – because now there are some classes with some skills considered complete waste whatever build type you choose. But I have to finish as always – I paid for some games already and most of them had some bugs. PWI has probably a bit more of them, but it looks great, plays OK (if you can live with some issues) and if you play it with friends it can be real fun.

PWI – still online

A lot of things happen since my last PWI post. I found more and more things I hate about the game, however – and that’s the most important thing – I still play it. Thanks to my other friends that bear with me and the game too. If I had to play the game alone I’d probably quit already. I still work on some longer post so I’ll just use some of the screenshots I made since the last post now and I hope you’ll stay tuned until I’ll be able to finish my “blog quest” and post something reasonable again. 🙂

 This is our first FB19 with two additional squad members – meditation before the final boss fight. We won. Thanks to lvl33 blademaster mostly.

FB19 was our first major instantiated dungeon. You form your squad, enter the dungeon and there is no-one else – just your squad and a lot of mobs that are much stronger than you would expect based on their level. Much more hitpoints, much bigger attack/damage – pure hell if you ask me. 😉 I died few times in dungeons like these. What FB means you ask? I don’t know, honestly, it’s some kind of Chinese acronym reportedly, but I might be wrong. Above level 30 FB19 dungeons were sort of routine for us. Of course, ImperialCat – our favourite cleric – was indispensable during these rides.

One quest leads you to the Tradewind Village – although it’s officially higher level area. Nice view from the bridge though.

From a picture above maybe you can – maybe you can’t – see what I like on this game. It’s the graphics – despite a few flaws (repetitive “carpet like” texture usage, spiky and unsmoothed terrain or bare land here and there) the countryside is nice. Every time I get lost in an undiscovered part of the map I find something new, something fresh and something that let me stay with the game and expect new experiences with all the levels to come. Recently I’ve flown above Rook’s Valley and this is what I’ve come across.

 Something strange is floating above the Rook’s Valley.

I was there, it impressed me, it looks so ancient and I’m looking forward to get there with an appropriate level. However – from level 20 to 40 you’ll be stuck more or less around Archosaur – and you’ll return back there even with higher levels regularly. That’s why especially the west gate is extremely overcrowded. This screenshot doesn’t make justice to the situation because there are many more players (and player shops – these are those cats you can see :-)) undisplayed beyond the cull distance.

 Overcrowded West gate of Archosaur – and it’s far worse during the “commute” hours.

Last picture is our typical girl squad configuration (before MiraZirma quit regular playing because of a baby – in real life of course ;-)) with me being level 29. That is after our very successful FB19 ride, when the killed boss was so kind and dropped a so called “mold” for us. While you can craft many interesting things in PWI there are some special items that can be crafted only with a specific mold involved in the process. Our weapon crafter Mira crafted this Mirage Sword for me with a mold provided by ImperialCat – great thanks to both girls. :-* I’m still stuck with this sword at level 42, but I’m going to change this really soon. 😉

 Girl squad – and me with my PRECIOUS Mirage Sword!

So – these were very brief news from the PWI game. Next time – with better luck – I’ll write more about what I dislike about this game. That doesn’t mean that you can’t find me online because it’s still free-to-play (F2P) although I’ve already spent some money there. Anyway – stay tuned and I’ll get back with more technical post next time! (I hope. ;-))