Jump to content
  • Imps Blue
  • Imps Green
  • Blueberry
  • Slate
  • Sky
  • Watermelon
  • Strawberry
  • Orange
  • Banana
  • Emerald
  • Chocolate
  • Charcoal

ЯeveЯt

Members
  • Content Count

    1387
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    42

ЯeveЯt last won the day on January 15

ЯeveЯt had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

1763 Illustrious

2 Followers

About ЯeveЯt

  • Rank
    vincit qui se vincit

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male

Dofus Details

  • Dofus Class
    Sacrier
  • Alignment
    Bontarian
  • Dofus IGNs
    Revert

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. WHAT IS THIS MONSTROSITY OF A SONG, DEFINITELY NOT F R E S H J...DISLIKED AND REPORTED
  2. ЯeveЯt

    Cyber Security

    Degrees are useful in the sense that they provide you with solid fundamentals and possibly more, depending on the course providing you make the most of your course, connections which are very important. If you feel you'll learn better in a more structured way by all means go take a comp sci degree w/ a security module. Do you need a degree? Definitely not, most of the best hackers I know don't have a degree, in fact many of them dropped out of high school, certifications and being active in the community (blogs, twitter, forums, IRC, etc) are much more important than degrees. One advantage of having a degree is that the degree is more structured so you wont have anywhere near as many knowledge gaps. You didn't mention what part of security you want to specialize in, security is so big that it's improbable to be a true expert in more than one field, it's ever-evolving. Good security professionals are in HUGE demand right now and it's only going to go up. You want to get paid well? Apply yourself and become knowledgeable then take certifications that apply to whatever you want to specialize in (there's plenty of easier ones you can take too), I usually recommended these exams to someone who has no background in IT and doesn't want to go to uni https://certification.comptia.org/certifications?level=core, they're well regarded as one of if not the best beginner courses that are easily accessible and provide SOLID foundations without taking 4-6 year degrees, some companies even require Sec+ even if you have a degree for junior positions eh. For a pentester cert wise this path is popular *this is assuming you already have solid fundamentals e.g a university degree or CompTIA fundamentals, A+, Network+ and something in this order: *Harvardx CS50 if you didn't get a degree for programming fundamentals (or other related course), Security+, Certified Ethical Hacker, EC Council Certified Analyst, Licensed Penetration Tester. There's loads of other decent certifications though. Your training is never over in anything IT related, let alone security, You'll be learning new things on a daily basis until the day you die. Don't expect to be paid a lot until you've truly became a professional, you'll be paid much worse in government based jobs but of course that has other benefits 007, privately the pay is great providing you have the skills (£60k++) for someone with skills and experience. Definitely create a blog and become active on twitter, forums etc once you're intermediate. Being active in the community is worth its weight in gold plus you'll learn at a much faster rate. Don't ask questions that can be Googled easily, people in IT in general get annoyed by it. Make use of your character names and use search engines next time, there's petabytes of information out there written by people more knowledgeable than anyone on this forum. You need to get good at using Google, you're going to be using it a lot! Time to change your name back to Mr-Google! Good luck!
  3. ЯeveЯt

    Official "What team should I use" Thread

    I think another Cra would be the best, you can cheat lots of dungeons easily with two Cras but if you don't have the tenacity to play two of them, I agree with Just-Monika, Sadi/Eni/Panda/Enu would be good options. I would personally pick strength Sadi if I didn't want to play another Cra (and I definitely wouldn't because of my Sac pride) they're very strong and versatile (high damage, heals, map manipulation and mp rape).
  4. ЯeveЯt

    Launcher

    Supposedly this helps with the crashes players have been having. https://www.dofus.com/fr/forum/1049-problemes-connexion/2233935-vos-retours-performances-serveurs?page=19#entry12372851 Ah, didn't view your link! Guess I'll leave this up anyway.
  5. ЯeveЯt

    Do You Like Fun?

    I knew I had the right impression of you.
  6. ЯeveЯt

    You can now check the amount of hours you played

    You should share it so that everyone can absorb your anguish and cry more collectively.
  7. ЯeveЯt

    KillerSpirituel​​​​​​​ - Echo

    As I said what I said doesn't apply in these circumstances because the details/shield were already given out. You lack reading comprehension.
  8. ЯeveЯt

    KillerSpirituel​​​​​​​ - Echo

    Even though it applies to this situation, that copy and pasted message blows my mind. Ankama are at minimum fully aware that Ankama Shield has been bypassed this year, seeing as they patched one of the methods a few months back (when logging an account through Steam through an American IP you'd be added to shield automatically, whoops Ankama) and there's another method right now that a few people are using to breach accounts. I'm almost certain they know that lol. Can you imagine that happening to you only to be told "lolurfaultnoitems4uxd".
  9. ЯeveЯt

    Echo or Mono

    I don't recommend playing on Echo if you want to play as a solo accounter (especially if you're starting over), most players already have their close-knit group of PvM friends or already have their own team. You'll have a much better time playing as a solo accounter on Ilyzaelle; the Ilyzaelle server was created just for players like you. Ecas aren't a meta class, they're still a good class though and many good players main them with max/near max achieves. There's definitely better options but you can play whatever class you enjoy and do well.
  10. ЯeveЯt

    KillerSpirituel​​​​​​​ - Echo

    You're either a wordsmith or you need to buy a lottery ticket or perhaps it's because you had Aozhou in your signature for something like a year! I agree though, it's worth trying even if the chance is minuscule: it does happen once in a blue moon.
  11. ЯeveЯt

    Int Eni Advice For Solo/Group PvP

    In my opinion they are one of the most overpowered classes in random group PvP atm, they're much better in 3v3 than they are in 1v1 though, Enis can deal good damage considering they heal very well, in PvP you shouldn't focus on wasting your dofus slots on heal trophies because other trophies are much stronger in PvP. Stalak is AMAZING in PvP, especially on an Eni, Corrupted Bow is very overpowered and it has great synergy with the best overall PvP shield, it gives range so you don't have to gimp your stuff to get more range, 4 range without an exo is the minimum you should have in my opinion and the bow facilitates that. Assuming you're fully decked out you'll generally have 1 free dofus slot that will be different most fights and 2 of them some fights. In that slot you'll rotate from x res, AP red and dodge depending on the fight. Enis have the weakness of being pretty immobile and rightly so, if WoR and prev were easier to cast they would be super overpowered. The key to being a good Eni is having the right balance of damage and heals in a PvP fight, over-heal and your teams damage might be too low to win the fight, under-heal and your team mates will die prematurely, over-healing is the most common because it's the safest option but if you want to be a great Eni you'll have to put yourself on the edge of not healing as often as you can so you can get a feel of how much you truly need to heal in situations. There's not much you can do about your LOS being blocked except analyse each time it happens and think about where you could have moved to prevent it or where you could have communicated with your team mates better to advise them. Sometimes you can't WoR no matter what you do and that's just the crux of having a very powerful spell - it has to be avoidable. These are the setups most Enis use in PvP and the last one is PvM: https://www.dofusplanner.com/L7gAH/ https://www.dofusplanner.com/dOmSt/ https://www.dofusplanner.com/lNNsw https://www.dofusplanner.com/FH4Gq/ As I said before, the free trophy slots depend on who you're fighting but they're usually res, AP red, dodge or intel. Good luck on your journey.
  12. ЯeveЯt

    Higher GHz or more cores for Dofus?

    Nice. Making the jump from laptop to desktop makes gaming everything astronomically better.
  13. ЯeveЯt

    Infinite Dreams

    In all fairness, I'd be surprised if you said you like it, you are one of Ankamas toughest customers after all. *glares at your title*
  14. ЯeveЯt

    Laptop for multi

    Many of their models are known for having great build quality in their higher end models, particularly the ThinkPad T/X series are built like tanks but I'll admit that I don't know as much about the newer models or lower models, they're definitely in the higher end of laptop build quality vs other brands though. Lenovo have always had some QC issues on a few models mind you. In terms of build quality I'd say Dell XPS and dare I say it Macbookwhatever are prime contenders for the best build quality while being a decent product, outside of some funky enterprise laptops. I don't think you can beat Apple though unfortunately.
  15. ЯeveЯt

    Laptop for multi

    Many a true word is spoken in jest. It was a joke see here, Lenovo preinstalled spyware onto many of their laptops, it's not worth worrying about... most popular hardware has built in backdoors anyway and no one really cares about your devices. Lenovo make decent products and have great build quality.
×