Goukimunity members ErikEstrada and goukijones love the Halo Wars. Check out these exclusive videos from 1/20/2011. Don't be a Jimmy.
For those of you who don't know what Halo Wars is, or just don't give a shit, you should just skip this story. If you want to see some hardcore gangsta ass Halo Wars pwnn by two pros, then watch.
In the first video, Estrada and goukijones are against two Covenant leaders and these guys are a couple of real Jimmys. The first half of the video you get a real good look at my strategy for building and controlling the field. Simply masterful. The second half is a full-on attack. Get railed!
5:18 Skip to the spectacular coordinated attack strike
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I love Fallout 3 Jimmy! Watch these pwnn ass videos!
Gaaaary! This is a Semi-Strategy/walkthrough/review of the Vault 108 area in Fallout 3. I pwn the shit out of this cloning lab with and hostiles yelling Gaaaary! I demonstrate a few of my favorite weapons from Fallout 3. I find the Bobble head for Charisma. Check out my other Fallout Videos. Don't be a Jimmy!!!
Semi-Strategy/walkthrough/review of the Evergreen Mills area in Fallout 3. I am drunk. This video demonstrates most weapons from Fallout 3. I take down a Super Mutant Behemoth! Countless raiders get pwnd and I find the Bobble head for Barter. Smiling Jack gets railed by the Death claw. Check out my other Fallout Videos. Don't be a Jimmy!
By: goukijones Sep 8, 2011 | 3 Comments
These clips are from my second play through. I knew what to expect from the bosses this time. Lawrence Barrett was a test run. Yelena Fedorova stopped in her tracks. Jaron Namir doesn't even stand a chance.
It's really too bad that there is abosolutely 0 combat involved with the boss fights of Deus Ex Human Revolution. It's just straight up one on one and they must be killed. No sneaking around, no hacking turrets or hand to hand combat during these fights. Just blast 'em. So grenades, rockets and typhoons to the grill FTLOLW!
Dragon Age 2 is a Glitch Fest indeed, but I still love it. These videos are from a second play-through. Female Hawke Blood Mage FTW. The later I got in the game, the more it started to freak out.
Dragon Age 2 Hawke Mage Slow Down, Health Bar Glitch & Hold Position Trick
Pretty serious title I know. I wanted to get to the point.
The Hawke mage slow down is exactly that. When this first started to happen in the game, I thought I had done something wrong. Wrong equipment, wrong weapon, maybe somebody cast slow on me. Turns out this is a common thing among Hawke Mages in Dragon Age II.
The Health Bar Glitch seems to happen when your character is raised or is drinking a potion at the time of death. You can see in the video, Aveline just taking a pounding and her health constantly refreshing. At the very end of the video you can see it happen with Hawke as well. (Also with Varric in this Dragon Age II Montage.)
The Hold Position Trick is constantly keeping your party as far back as possible so if invisible walls are tripped, they can stay protected behind them. Like fighting the two Pride Demons in the video. Of course one of your party members has to be in there with the monsters. In another clip you see something strange with Anders. He's on one side of a doorway you can't get through. On the other side are 30 Jimmys and Aveline crackin' them over the head with a club. Brilliant stuff.
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Apparently Sega wanted me to review this game so they sent me a free copy. I'm world famous and Sega loves me. Jealous? Hopefully they get what they've paid for me. Watch my review.
When I started this game I couldn't figure out how to open the doors. Therefore the game must be glitched. I talk about it in a couple of times. I had to restart the level and then I found the actual path I was supposed to go down. Now not knowing for sure, if the game was glitch or just my brain. Leave your comments below. BTW, I don't care.
Conduit 2 Golden Video Review with FnJimmy
By: goukijones Sep 15, 2011 | 5 Comments
When this was revealed to me last week, I did not believe. I went and tried it immediately and guess what .. its real. Watch as I beat Jaron Namir in world record time playing Deus Ex Human Revolution.
Deus Ex Human Revolution World Record Speed Run 3rd Boss Fight Jaron Namir
Shoutout to Cinderkin for originally posting: Deus Ex 3rd Boss One Punch Knockout!
Vote, Comment, Share. Don't be a Jimmy! Is anybody else on Gouki playing this game, besides FnJimmy? I want to know. I want to read your review. Top 5 of the year for me. Bold!
Hard Difficulty. High Dragon and Jeven gameplay videos. 3 Mages and 1 Tank. I am an unstoppable PWNn machine. Badass Nice!
Favor and Fault Quest Act III Jeven Rogue Hard Boss Fight
Jeven is a rogue Jimmy, he will disapear and then reapear and stab you in the back causing massive damage. The first thing you need to do when the fight starts is move your party our of that death pit. Get to the highest level and then bottle neck whatever comes in your direction. Jeven will come. When he does, just run around in a circle with who ever has hate from him as long as possible. That's right, just run around in a circle. That's the secret here.
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By: goukijones Sep 29, 2011 | 4 Comments
The first 10 minutes is a defensive build on Exile, in front. I use Forge. I also commentate over the video, but I don't know what I'm really talking about so I need to apologize for that. Just watch, the end shows off my sweet UNSC Pro Railin' Space Army!
what you need to know to pwn.
Have you been getting railed? Have you wondered what the fuck is going on? Have you thought about selling your soul to Satan for a kill streak? Well then I'll give you nubs a helping hand. I been pwning the west like I was getting paid, and I got the tips to make you better than average.
First up, radar. This is a super secret trick that gives you the crazy big leg up. I'm sure your aware of the fact that if you run around you are visible on the radar, also if your unloading some bullets on a fool, but did you know you can zoom out on the radar? Hit down on the D-Pad Jimmy and have a good view on what the fuck is going down. Half the battle is knowing where the Jimmys are so you can give them the bullet to the teeth they so very need.
Next up weapons. Shitty six shooting revolver vs fast a fook hand gun, who do you think is going to win? Grab the good shit and watch the noobs fail and cry like little bitches. Defiantly the most important thing to master is the dead eye. Two things you need to know first. GRAB THE GREEN BOXES. That is the dead eye boxes and you will rape with what ever shit gun you have with it. Now the more important part of it is actually knowing how to use it. When aiming click the right thumb stick and paint those suckaz with about 4 "X's". That should be enough to to kill the noob with what ever gun you're rocking. The only other thing you need to know is don't be a Jimmy like BatRastered and refuse to play the gang matches. Peace out!
By: goukijones Sep 7, 2013 | 0 Comments
Haukke Manor is a level 28 story quest dungeon. I'm a level 28 MRD & Zero is a level 25 BRD. We had some nubfarm Monk on this squad. Don't be a Jimmy!
Leave any questions below. If you have any suggestions for that Imp & Skeleton, I'd love to hear it. Make note of all the Tiny Keys. You can't get the last chest if you don't pick up all of the Tiny Keys.
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By: goukijones Sep 11, 2013 | 1 Comments
With the right cross class abilities you can manipulate HQ items 3-4 levels ahead of you. You can make a ton of money while leveling up. Read my biggest crafting secrets right now. Watch exclusive video of my techniques in always get HQ items.
I'm buying HQ raw materials & HQing them into more HQ materials. Any material that stacks to 99 is my favorite to level up on. For example. I'll make HQ Dew Thread from HQ Diremite Web I purchased at the market place. There's always some random Jimmy that post a couple real cheap. I buy those until I have a stack of like 60+ & I'm ready to craft.
Here's a look at what I think our the most important crafting cross class abilities in FFXIV.
#1 Tricks of the Trade (Alchemy)
It randomly gives you 20CP back. You get this to pop 5 times, that's 100 CP back. Spend that extra CP on another Master's Mend & get 3 more chances.
#2 Careful Synthesis (Weaver)
Guaranteed. This ability guarantees progress. It'll get yuu slightly less progress than Basic Synthesis, but you can figure out what that number is going to be right away & decide where & how to use this ability. Plan you entire synth around Careful Synthesis being the last thing you do.
#3 Rumination (Carpenter)
This ability also gives you CP back & does not cost any durability.
"Removes Inner Quiet effect and restores CP proportional to the number of times control was increased."
Turn on Inner Quiet immediately. Wait for a chance to use Tricks of the Trade & move on. Watch any of my crafting videos for this technique.
#4 Hasty Touch (Culinarian)
This move will improve quality with no CP. BUT it's 50/50. I'm not sure if Steady Hand effects this ability. Either way, it is the 4th best ability to choose from. Imagine you're down to 17CP & 20 Durability. Use Hasty Touch for the hell of it. It's a free chance to increase quality.
#5 Rapid Synthesis (Armorer)
Just like Hasty Touch, this ability is 50/50. I really don't know what to say about this ability. It might get you out of a jam if you ever miscalculate a synth or make a mistake. It rushes down progress at 250%.
#6 Waste Not (Leatherworker)
This cost 56CP. I don't like anything that costs CP because I only want to use that for Basic Touch.
#7 Manipulation (Goldsmith)
This cost 88CP! Can't use this, Master's Mend & get 3 or more Basic Touchs off. It just doesn't work. I can't afford that CP.
#8 Ingenuity (Blacksmith)
"Lowers recipe level to current level for the next five steps."
I'm already HQing stuff 4-5 levels ahead of me. You can't do stuff 10 levels ahead of you, so why would you ever need this?
Check out my crafting videos coming soon.
Weaver Level 21-23 HQ Diremite web into HQ Dew Thread
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By: goukijones Sep 11, 2013 | 3 Comments
I call them le-ve. If you have the leves to spare, you can save a ton of money & time on leveling craft. The trade craft leves give the best rewards. Crystals, Cash & EXP. A lot of EXP.
Obviously this is a technique I'll be waying thru the rest of the FFXIV life cycle. 18K EXP is easily worth 5K. Somebody gotta jack up the price. Might as well be me while I level up off of these nuabs. Don't be a Jimmy!
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