Originally Posted by WDine 0110 1001
Under what circumstance is it acceptable, while playing Anivia, to wall a teammate off in such a manner that he dies to the enemy?
Personally I find this hilarious but only do it if we are very far ahead.
Normal follow-ups to this move which I call the "balls to the wall" are mixed emotions of rage, depression and frustration. In extreme cases, reactions include rage quitting and the commencement of intentional feeding.
Out of curiosity, why did you use 2 4-bit codes, 0110 1001 (69 when translated to base-16), instead of just using an 8-bit code, 01000101 (69 when translated to base-10)? And if you just wanted it in Hex for w/e reason, why the space? 01101001 would still be 69 in Hex. I do know the trick where you split an 8-bit binary code in half, translate each 4-bit code into it's decimal value, and putting those values together to find the Hex value of the 8-bit code, but It seems unnecessary to space it in your name.
I only ask because I found it odd that you chose to translate to the hexadecimal 69, which is actually the decimal value 105, instead of just making the binary version of the decimal 69.