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By Liana 'LiLi' Ruppert

Now that the closed Alpha for is wrapped up and the team over at Smart Brogues In Tan Tan Silver Street London o8RAV1
for changes to the game before launch, it's time to reflect on some of the aspects we did learn about the upcoming FPS.

From the weapons, to the vehicles - even the gameplay features themselves; here's a general overview for what you may have missed during this exclusive closed Alpha.

"Before we get into the gameplay side of the Closed Alpha," DICE began in their most recent blog post, "we want to stress that the Alpha was a tiny sliver of a complete package – featuring only a sub-set of vehicles and weapons that the final game will contain."

is the most immersiveentry in the franchise yet and because of that, DICE has made some pretty interested changes to how the overall mechanics work. One of those features altered is how the Revives work in-game, which DICE explains as follows:

"After the Alpha, we will be adjusting both the Medic revive and the buddy revive. It will overall feel less clunky and we’ll also fix some delays – such as when you were done reviving and couldn’t move for a full second. We’ve already made the buddy revive around 2.5 seconds faster and we will also assess if we need to adjust the Medic revive accordingly. We’re also aware that it could sometimes take quite a while before a player could initiate a revive and that the revive icon tended to be delayed. We are actively working on the issue."

The ammunition in-game has also been altered to give a more realistic approach to a limited amount of bullets during deployment. Because of the overall reaction to the war of attrition, DICE said that they will "tweak these numbers slightly for some weapons to get an optimal balance. There are other factors that affect ammo availability, too. For instance, the possibility of looting dropped ammo from dead players benefits certain classes more than others, and we’ll need to adjust the balance accordingly."

During the closed Alpha, players had the opportunity to call in two of the special squad reinforcements introduced into the game: The Churchill Crocodile Tank and the V-1 Rocket. Though they will be tweaked to provide a more progressive gameplay experience instead of a flat line request, overall these were met with pretty solid praise. For those that were as annoyed with the V-1 Rocket as I was, however, don't worry - those are being changed as we speak.

As far as Time to Kill goes:

"When it comes to the Time to Kill, or TTK, we’ve seen some polarizing feedback where some players felt they were being killed very fast when encountering enemies, while others felt the TTK was just right. This is something we will keep tweaking.

It’s worth mentioning that TTK is not just determined by how powerful weapons are. For instance, it’s also related to how fast the game lets you react to being fired at. We’re looking at how fast can you assess a threat and understand from where the fire is coming. Giving you good communication on enemy fire will let you fight back and survive longer. We’re also fine-tuning the amount of camera shake that occurs when you’re hit. If these adjustments aren’t enough, we’ll look at tweaking the damage of weapons.

Other factors affecting TTK (or “Time to Death” in this case) include what game mode you’re in. If you’re defending a sector in Breakthrough, you’ll often experience fire from one direction. Defending the same area in Conquest will present threats from different directions, but on the other hand, this is a mode where you are less likely to run into a higher number of people attacking you simultaneously. The visibility of other players, the new spotting system, and other variables will all need to be tweaked to get a TTK that we and the community are happy with. Finally, as a general tip: observing more, choosing your engagements, and playing as a squad will always keep you alive longer!"

The maps themselves will be evolving before launch as well, making it easier to engage with enemies and clear and objective. But to be the MVPof the Objective playstyle, you're going to need some cool gear. That's where the new weapons and vehicles come into play.

According to DICE:

"A plethora of weapons and gadgets will be tested in the Closed Alpha, a complete list of which you'll find at the bottom of this article. Alpha players using this hardware will be able to take out enemies from afar with the Kar98k bolt-action rifle, use Dynamite to demolish enemy vehicles, or rack up kills using smoke and fire and grenades – and much more. No matter the gun you choose inyou'll notice that we've removed the random bullet deviation from earlier games. Basically, this means you'll hit where you aim (excluding natural bullet drop, of course).

Reinforcements are extra powerful attacks that can be called in by the squad leader, after the squad has earned enough squad points, which are earned by performing well on the battlefield. In the Closed Alpha, there are two types of reinforcements. Players will be able to unleash the mighty V1 Rocket, the blast of which can be devastating. There's also the Churchill Crocodile Tank, a flame-throwing beast equipped with a main gun and a coaxial machine gun."

What's an FPS without classes? "Inthe new Combat Roles will let you tailor your play style even further. These can be described as specialized “sub-classes” to the Assault, Support, Medic, and Scout. The Closed Alpha will contain five of these Combat Roles. For instance, the Field Surgeon Combat Role is particularly fitting for Medics extra keen on keeping teammates alive, with its Syringe and Medical Crate. Should you play as a Machine Gunner – a Combat Role for the Support class – you'll be equipped with an MG34 and the Ammo Crate and Flare Gun gadgets."

The progression and missions in-game have also seen a pretty heavy revamp, though changes are also being made following closed Alpha feedback. "There are also some in-game challenges set up for testing in the Closed Alpha: one Special Assignment and several Daily Orders. Challenging your weapon, vehicle, and other skills, the Special Assignment is made up of various sub-tasks. Complete them, and you'll earn aDog Tag, which will be added to your profile if you buy the full game once it's released. Activate the Special Assignment in the “ASSIGNMENTS” tab in the main menu. Daily Orders are mini-challenges that will be rotated, and can, for instance, challenge you to damage enemy vehicles or kill enemies of a certain class."

For the full list of which regions will be getting what items during the next Alpha testing period, you can check out the full blog post from DICE right here .

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Module 1: Grammar

Conjunctions are the words that join sentences, phrases, and other words together. Conjunctions are divided into several categories, all of which follow different rules. We will discuss coordinating conjunctions, adverbial conjunctions, and correlative conjunctions.

The most common conjunctions are and , or , and but . These are all coordinating conjunctions .Coordinating conjunctionsare conjunctions that join, or coordinate, two or moreequivalentitems (such as words, phrases, or sentences). The mnemonic acronym FANBOYS can be used to remember the most common coordinating conjunctions: for , and , nor , but , or , yet , and so .

coordinating conjunctions

Here are some examples of these used in sentences:

Are the correct coordinating conjunctions being used in each of the following sentences? Explain your reasoning why or why not:

As you can see from the examples above, a comma only appears before these conjunctions sometimes. So how can you tell if you need a comma or not? There are threegeneral rules to help you decide.

Let’s look back at one of our example sentences:

The current from the storage batteries can power lights, but the current for appliances must be modified within an inverter.

There are two complete ideas in this sentence. A complete idea has both asubject(a noun or pronoun) and a verb. The subjects have been italicized, and the verbs bolded:

can power must be modified

Because each of these ideas couldstand alone as a sentence, the coordinating conjunction that joins them must be preceded by a comma. Otherwise you’ll have a run-on sentence.

Run-on sentences are one of the most common errors in college-level writing. Mastering the partnership between commas and coordinating conjunctions will go a long way towards resolving many run-on sentence issues in your writing. We’ll talk more about run-ons a strategies to avoid them in Run-on Sentences .

So what if there’s only one complete idea, but two subjects or two verbs?

So what do you do if there are three or more items?

As you can see in the examples above, there is a comma after each item, including the item just prior to the conjunction. There is a little bit of contention about this, but overall, most styles prefer to keep the additional comma (also called the serial comma). We discuss the serial commain more depthin Commas .

Starting a Sentence

Many students are taught—and some styleguides maintain—that English sentences should not start with coordinating conjunctions.

This video shows that this ideais not actually a rule. And it provides some background for whyso many people may have adopted this writing convention:

Are the following sentences correctly punctuated?

Glossary

Study record managers: refer to the Data Element Definitions if submitting registration or results information.

A type of eligibility criteria that indicates whether people who do not have the condition/disease being studied can participate in that clinical study.
An arm type in which a group of participants receives an intervention/treatment considered to be effective (or active) by health care providers.
An unfavorable change in the health of a participant, including abnormal laboratory findings, that happens during a clinical study or within a certain amount of time after the study has ended. This change may or may not be caused by the intervention/treatment being studied.
A type of eligibility criteria that indicates the age a person must be to participate in a clinical study. This may be indicated by a specific age or the following age groups:

The age groups are:

A method used to assign participants to an arm of a clinical study. The types of allocation are randomized allocation and nonrandomized.
A group or subgroup of participants in a clinical trial that receives a specific intervention/treatment , or no intervention, according to the trial's protocol .
A general description of the clinical trial arm. It identifies the role of the intervention that participants receive. Types of arms include experimental arm , active comparator arm , placebo comparator arm , sham comparator arm , and no intervention arm .
Data collected at the beginning of a clinical study for all participants and for each arm or comparison group. These data include demographics, such as age, sex/gender, race and ethnicity, and study-specific measures (for example, systolic blood pressure, prior antidepressant treatment).
Indicates that the study sponsor or investigator recalled a submission of study results before quality control (QC) review took place. If the submission was canceled on or after May 8, 2018, the date is shown. After submission of study results, a study record cannot be modified until QC review is completed, unless the submission is canceled.
Information required by the Food and Drug Administration Amendments Act of 2007 . In general, this is a description of any agreement between the sponsor of a clinical study and the principal investigator (PI) that does not allow the PI to discuss the results of the study or publish the study results in a scientific or academic journal after the study is completed.
A sponsor or investigator may submit a certification to delay submission of results information if they are applying for FDA approval of a new drug or device, or new use of an already approved drug or device. A sponsor or investigator who submits a certification can delay results submission up to 2 years after the certification/extension first submitted date, unless certain events occur sooner. See DENIM Denim bermudas Corelate AquCGDLdD
in the Results Data Element definitions for more information about this certification.
The date on which information about a certification to delay submission of results or an extension request was first available on ClinicalTrials.gov. ClinicalTrials.gov does not indicate whether the submission was a certification or extension request. There is typically a delay between the date the study sponsor or investigator submitted the certification or extension request and the first posted date .
The date on which the study sponsor or investigator first submitted a certification or an extension request to delay submission of results. A sponsor or investigator who submits a certification can delay results submission up to 2 years after this date, unless certain events occur sooner. There is typically a delay between the date the certification or extension request was submitted and the date the information is first available on ClinicalTrials.gov ( certification/extension first posted ).
The date on which the study sponsor or investigator first submitted a certification or an extension request that is consistent with National Library of Medicine (NLM) quality control (QC) review criteria. The sponsor or investigator may need to revise and submit a certification or extension request one or more times before NLM's QC review criteria are met. It is the responsibility of the sponsor or investigator to ensure that the study record is consistent with the NLM QC review criteria. Meeting QC criteria for an extension request does not mean that the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has determined that the request demonstrates good cause. The process for review and granting of extension requests by the NIH is being developed.
In the search feature, the City field is used to find clinical studies with locations in a specific city. The Distance field is used to find studies with locations within the specified distance from a city in number of miles. For example, if you choose Illinois as the state , identifying "Chicago" as the city and "100 miles" as the distance will find all studies listing a location within 100 miles of Chicago.
A research study involving human volunteers (also called participants) that is intended to add to medical knowledge. There are two types of clinical studies: interventional studies (also called clinical trials) and observational studies .
Another name for an interventional study .
The unique identification code given to each clinical study upon registration at ClinicalTrials.gov. The format is "NCT" followed by an 8-digit number (for example, NCT00000419).
An organization other than the sponsor that provides support for a clinical study. This support may include activities related to funding, design, implementation, data analysis, or reporting.
The disease, disorder, syndrome, illness, or injury that is being studied. On ClinicalTrials.gov, conditions may also include other health-related issues, such as lifespan, quality of life, and health risks.
The name and contact information for the person who can answer enrollment questions for a clinical study. Each location where the study is being conducted may also have a specific contact, who may be better able to answer those questions.
In the search feature, the Country field is used to find clinical studies with locations in a specific country. For example, if you choose the United States, you can then narrow your search by selecting a state and identifying a city and distance .
A type of intervention model describing a clinical trial in which groups of participants receive two or more interventions in a specific order. For example, two-by-two cross-over assignment involves two groups of participants. One group receives drug A during the initial phase of the trial, followed by drug B during a later phase. The other group receives drug B during the initial phase, followed by drug A. So during the trial, participants "cross over" to the other drug. All participants receive drug A and drug B at some point during the trial but in a different order, depending on the group to which they are assigned.
A group of independent scientists who monitor the safety and scientific integrity of a clinical trial . The DMC can recommend to the sponsor that the trial be stopped if it is not effective, is harming participants, or is unlikely to serve its scientific purpose. Members are chosen based on the scientific skills and knowledge needed to monitor the particular trial. Also called a data safety and monitoring board, or DSMB.
A phase of research used to describe exploratory trials conducted before traditional phase 1 trials to investigate how or whether a drug affects the body. They involve very limited human exposure to the drug and have no therapeutic or diagnostic goals (for example, screening studies, microdose studies).
The key requirements that people who want to participate in a clinical study must meet or the characteristics they must have. Eligibility criteria consist of both inclusion criteria (which are required for a person to participate in the study) and exclusion criteria (which prevent a person from participating). Types of eligibility criteria include whether a study accepts healthy volunteers , has age or age group requirements, or is limited by sex .
The number of participants in a clinical study. The "estimated" enrollment is the target number of participants that the researchers need for the study.
A type of eligibility criteria . These are reasons that a person is not allowed to participate in a clinical study.
A way for patients with serious diseases or conditions who cannot participate in a clinical trial to gain access to a medical product that has not been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) . Also called compassionate use. There are different expanded access types .

For more information, see FDA Expanded Access: Information for Patients .

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Lyn, I’m just a passer-by who was being discussed so I decided to chime in too. Your entire problem that I can see with the limited info you gave is that you are severely b12 deficient. The problem comes down to “Neo – B12 (Hydroxocobalamin ” which is pseudo b12. I refuse to call hydroxcbl “b12” since it only has 1% the effectiveness of real b12 (mb12 and adb12). As “b12” it is almost worthless. It will keep MCV down usually but does little else. You could be essentially fully recovered in a year on the right program. To heal the damage you have you will need ALL the usual basic vitamins and minerals; a,b-complex, C, D, E, zinc, magnesium, omega3 oils and a 5 star mb12, adb12, Metafolin and when those startfull blown healing (3 days) probably 2000-3000mg of potassium and increased metafolin titrated to full effectiveness. Good luck. Remember REAL b12s, not pseudo b12 in the form of inactive cobalamins. Everybody can develop b12 deficiencies while taking hydroxcbl and/or cyanocbl.

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Thanks Freddd – I have, today, found a GP who may be able to assist me so will take your information to them. I am wishing to turn my life around, you may have just given me a starting point.

Regards

Lyn

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A general comment on serm level with mb12 and adb12. Generally body healing is best accomplished with levels around 20,000pg/ml peak or more (1x1000mcg Enzymatic Therapy or Jarrow for 45-120 minutes under lip up to 15-20mg daily of Jarrow 5mg). For CNS damage a constant average serum level of around 200,000pg/ml is often needed to reverse subacute combined degeneration and other CNS damage. This is achieved with 3x10mg SC injections daily. However, these levels are titrated to by effects. A trial of 50mg of Jarrow for 120-180min will demonstrate what such injections can do.

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Benjamin Lynch ND says

Hi Freddd –

Please contact me via my website contact form. Use the link above. I want to respect Chris’s website.

Thank you Dr Lynch

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Clive, 1000mcg of a 5 star methylb12 (Jarrow, Enzymatic Therapy) is so far superior to ANY number of any dose hydroxcbl that you will be pleased. However, it is more than just b12 you need. In order to heal neurology with some reliability and possibilty of completeness you need basically a good b-complex, a,d,e,c, magnesium and calcium (normal amounts), 5 star methylb12, adb12, Metafolin, zinc (about 50mg daily), omega3 oils, l-carnitine fumarate as a minimum.. hen abouyt 90% of people will have rapidly decreasing potassium typically 3 days after healing starts (3 days after starting) requiring approximately 2000mg-3000mg (titrate to effect) of potassium daily in divided doses. Also depending upon your folate polymorphisms somewhere between 2.4mg and 15mg of Metafolin. As some people have very extreme responses to mb12, adb12, l-carnitine fumarate as they are depsarately deficient, they need to be titrated, with some people starting as low as 50mcg a day. Start the basics with mb12. A quarter of a 1mg tablet under the lip for an hour will tell you what your response is going to be to mb12. Many start at 1mg and some people think that the lighting up of the nervous system is terribly unpleasant. When the nerves heal first all the damage becomes very obvious with a strong increase in the perception of the symptoms and damage. Then often shootng pains then painful buzzing/tingling slowly fading to more common moderate tingling fading to hypersensitvity then finally to normal sensation. it tends to walk through the symnptoms backwards from the ordeer of onset. Feeling suddenly sick on the 3rd day approxximately is low potassium, sudden muscle spasms while resting, heart palpitations, mood changes, personality changes, malaise etc are usually all potassium.. Induced folate deficieciency/insufficincy results in peeling fingertips and around nails, IBS, and a host of other symptoms. Increase metafolin as folic and/or folinic acid and/or green drinks or veggie folate can also block metafolin,.

Adb12 can cause extreme reaction depending upon which deficiencies one has and so can l-carnitine fumarate. Those who find either of these two intolerable and anxiety provoking have a specific set of symptoms and damages and need a slow titration of these to have a chance to heal the problem.

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