It just seems a lot more complicated now overall like a lot more weapons and interactions, a lot more things on the map, a lot more menu/mode options. The building element is what makes it unique. You can be terrible at aiming but amazing at building and win the fight due to that.
Whats different?? I only played it once and never liked it, that building sh$t is rubbish
The throwback àxe is available on all platforms for free
Ha, this is like an episode of Mythic Quest: Raven's Banquet
I miss Fortnite Season 1 - 5 . Loved playing it when it first ever came out but sadly got worse. They should make Fortnite Classic, and its just Fortnite from when it first came out (but with balance updates etc).
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Posted 23rd Jun 2020Posted 23rd Jun 2020
AXE & SLEDGE Ignition Switch pre workout £21.59 at snackpacklimited ebay£21.59£32.9935% off Free P&P FreeeBay Deals
Ok i didnt get anywhere with Axe with a firmware Update for the JMS583 USB to NVME bridge chip But sorted it myself The Firmware that came with mine on the JMS583 was 195.02.00.04 (Showed as 5204 in windows) Known versions of firmware for the JMS583 are 00.02.00.03 00.02.00.04 00.02.00.05 00.02.00.06 00.02.00.08 00.02.00.09 if i managed to get a firmware image out of Axe it would have been 195.02.00.09 at a guess the 195 in the version i got is just a designated id for phison so by my reckoning im 5 versions of the firmware out of date I have flashed 00.02.00.09 whilst keeping my nvram var's for the axe firmware e.g. ID, Serial Number, Power Management, NVME over USB passthrough etc It involved taking a backup of the firmware for the JMS583 including the nvram var's then flashing the latest firmware only keeping the old nvram var's its quite simple dont go just blindly updating from something from stationdrivers as it will wipe out your nvram var's which are important hence its good to get a backup before messing around if anyone wants to know how to update and make a backup of the current firmware just let me know and i will post a guide I can roll back to my factory 195.02.00.04 at any time Here are my firmwares for the JMS583 Some Firmware Change Logs since 0204 that mine came with Seems to have fixed my event log entry's Firmware Version 0205 Change Log Increased compatibility Fixed overheating issues on certain motherboard chipsets Fixed disconnecting issues on large transfers Firmware Version 0206 Change Log Improved compatibility with 2TB M.2 SSDs Firmware Version 0209 Change Log Improved M.2 SSD compatibility
Im trying to get a firmware update for the JMicron JMS583 USB to NVMe bridge chip out of AXE/Phison now as this is the root cause of the event log entry's Its quite funny i asked AXE to ask Phison to ask JMicron for the latest firmware It is currently on Firmware 5204 Still nice to have the latest firmware for the internal NVMe drive though
Thank you. Nice you can just pop the drive out and use it as an internal drive if needed.
Here's the firmware update and id tool supplied by Phison via AXE CS use Detect_PCIe_Info first and verify the following are the same as mine before using it FW Version EDFM00E3 Controller ID PS5013 Flash Type TLC_16 Flash Maker KIOXIA (Toshiba they rebranded) be warned Detect_PCIe_Info only gives info on the first drive it see's I have 4 Phison NVMe drives in my system so had to use Detect_PCIe_Info on a laptop with only sata ssds https://mega.nz/folder/cvpxQCTD#UQeUfegjmfdvkleXINBMtQ Images of the internals for anyone interested
Just had a look using the Sabrent Control Panel, mine is the same as yours was. Could you direct me towards the newer firmware?
Posted 26th Mar 2020Posted 26th Mar 2020
SPEAR & JACKSON Hollow-Handled Axe 35OZ - £16.99 at Screwfix£16.99£36.9954% offScrewfix Deals
Free click and collect Axe with hollow nylon / fibreglass handle. Supplied in plastic hanger for safe storage of the axe after use. Carbon Steel Head Non-Slip Comfort-Grip Moulde… Read more
Been using this hatchet the last 18 months. It's very light and only really suitable for small stuff. It does go through the larger kiln dried timber I burn alright. But that's more a function of how brittle that wood is rather that the weight of the axe. Takes an edge really well with the Fiskars sharpener and holds it well too. Ideal for hand to hand combat. I hear a voice saying "Previously on The Walking Dead" every time i pick it up.
What orifice was your humour organ extracted via? Or was it just brutally removed with an axe? Either way, you need it back desperately.
Your good authority is unfortunately anything but.
It's confused by its apostrophes.
Thanks ! Just ordered
Posted 3rd Mar 2020Posted 3rd Mar 2020
Fiskars Chopping Axe S X10, Storage and Carrying Case Included, Length: 44 cm - £23.95 from Amazon£23.95Amazon Deals
Very handy axe with excellent reviews at its lowest price ever according to the three camels - https://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Fiskars-Chopping-Storage-Carrying-Included/product/B0… Read more
GA1 arcade version was released on Live Arcade, but this bundle of GA 1, 2 and 3 has the MD versions. Arcade version of GA is definitely better than the Mega Drive version, but at the time Megadrive Golden Axe was fairly close and considered the best home version. It's up there alongside other early Mega Drive arcade conversions like Altered Beast, Strider, G 'n G and Super Hang-On as being really good versions, but not as good as the arcade originals.
Got to be time for a home version of Revenge of Death Adder!
Streets of Rage, Monster World Collection & Alex Kidd also same price (y)
Why do they always churn out the mega drive version. The arcade version is clearly superior regardless of what “Jaz Rignall” made you believe!
Wish they'd added all the golden axe games to this. Still a belter though.
Posted 30th Sep 2019Posted 30th Sep 2019
Fiskars Splitting Axe XXL X27,2.7 kg, Storage and Carrying Case Included, Length 96 cm £41.94 @ Amazon£41.94£5219% offAmazon Deals
Free delivery, Highly rated axe, best price that can be found online.
I don't sharpen to a fine edge, just enough to remove wear and help stop bounce. I've used LOTS of these types of splitters/mauls/axes over the last 40 years and this is genuinely the best of the lot (imo). Some of those cheap diy types are terribly balanced and vibrate badly. If you use regularly (as I do) you will have problems with joints very quickly.
Thanks - I always wear eye protection when working in the garden.
(y) If your going full whack on the grenade it's worth wearing eye protection. I've had one break on me (not roughneck). Probably a poor cast / alloy.
Ordered that thanks.
Found grenades to be more effective on twisted / knotted wood. You can be very accurate with the grenade placement and I usually start it off with a club hammer.
Posted 29th Aug 2019Posted 29th Aug 2019
2 Hand Axes with Log Splitter £14.99 + £3.95 delivery at Rutlands£18.94£28.9535% offRutlands Deals
£21.94 with delivery, £14.99 if you can collect from Derbyshire. A splitter will cost £15 from Screwfix. Please feel free to offer any chopper jokes. Key Features All you need f… Read more
wrong it is not the same deal, the screwfix one is for a roughneck set with a proper 6lb splitting maul while the set on offer here contains a lightweight felling axe which is next to useless for splitting wood compared to a proper maul.
What looks like the same deal is just short of £40 in screwfix.
Never block the toilet again
This is a good deal. The grenade really needs a sledgehammer to hit it with.
Posted 27th Aug 2019Posted 27th Aug 2019LocalLocal
Crowbar is your best bet mate. With a big hammer to smack it in the gaps so this is worth it for the splitter really. Or saw them. I tried axe and it's just messy and takes longer. Work out a system, then take half a day to plough through them. Who would have thought they'd make pallets so robust and difficult to break eh?
Heat for man points
Fair enough, so you need it separated clean rather than chopped into smaller components. I'm just chopping it small enough (as quickly and with as little effort as possible) to fit into my fireplace.
I'm just trying to reclaim the 8' oak frame the material comes in on. 3 per pallet 100x100 thick for fence posts.
Axes are the last tool you want for pallets, they just bounce off. Crow bar much better. Personally I use a circular saw, and just buzz across them. You do end up with the blocks still attached to a bit of the plans, but that's OK if you're just splitting to chuck onto a fire.
Posted 21st Jul 2019Posted 21st Jul 2019
Mac Allister Forged Steel Hand Axe 0.69kg - £1 @ B&Q (Free C&C)£1B&Q Deals
Hard to go wrong for a quid - ideal for small DIY jobs. Plenty of stock nationwide at the time of posting, as always you can do a free click and collect on it from your local B&am… Read more
I spent 1/2 hour on the phone to B&Q customer services, they first tried to say HOTUKdeals was a fake website, put them straight on that , told them there website is the worst I've had the unhappy pleasure to navigate, the Product code for this axe is the same product code for a MacAllister Reciprocating saw, so work that out.
That's ok you can grab a few pairs for a couple of quid in primark ;)
I have three. I live in Orkney and go beachcombing twice a week for firewood to heat my cottage so i do need axes! I recommend the long handled canadian type though these wee ones are only good for chipping at tinder and they are blunt as a badgers tadger! I have a 4 footer to deal with stubborn logs or trespassers! (shock) (devil)
Ah, my bad mate. I see what you mean.
Until you try to 'actually' buy it - It's not available!
Steal it so the purchase won't be on record Learn to cover your tracks Get an Anonymous Mask from the party store and washing up gloves, don't forget something like a hair net (probably best to shave bald) :) Buy plenty of bleach but all at once
Steal it so the purchase won't be on record Learn to cover your tracks Get an Anonymous Mask from the party store and washing up gloves
I worked in the woods as a lumberjack, but I just couldn't hack it, so they gave me the axe.
Cheaper than deodorant
Cheap enough to throw away.
Posted 1st Jun 2019Posted 1st Jun 2019
Wickes Fibreglass Handle Tempered Head Hand Axe - 1.75lb £10.00 @ Wickes free C&C£10£2152% offWickes Deals
1.75lb axe with a hollow fibreglass handle for strength and lightweight for ease of use.