Month: August 2018


That Twitch Shot – Lucioball

Lucioball shenanigans, and I pull off this pretty impressive twitch shot. Yes, I meant to do that.


One Punch Man Season 2 Announced

One-Punch Man Season 2 – Official Announcement:

Coming April 2019! I’m pumped!


Lucioball in Full Swing

With Overwatch‘s Summer Games Event in full swing (August 9th to August 30th), Lucioball has returned to the arcade. This being my first stab at Lucioball, I’ve been having some fun with my in-game friends list.

Only three goals, but none of the others were really worth sharing. The middle clip was the first goal I scored, so I recorded it for the memories.

Enjoying Lucioball? I know we are.


Building on my Apocalypse RDA Deck

I’ve only owned one other RDA deck, and I used prebuilt coils for it. Building coils was slightly intimidating. After some time, I eventually stopped using that deck and stuck to tanks for the next couple of years.

I’m getting to the point where I want more cloud than anything, so I decided to buy a new RDA. Enter the Apocalypse. It’s a smaller deck, tight quarters and only two posts.

As the pictures show, I have been able to replicate a pretty consistent coil. In the range of 0.17 to 0.2 ohms. It’s a twisted, three strand 26 gauge kanthal with 5 wraps. In the above pics, I’m using the last of the previous batch I had made. Next I’ll be doing a twisted quad strand out of curiosity.

First heat up. Obvious hotspots.

Worked out most of the hotspots quickly, still wasn’t perfect but I worked it more after the video and evened it all out.

Wicked, juiced, and heating it up. I put the shield on because I was unbending the mouthpiece, which I bent earlier this week. By the way, the RDA is awesome but it bends easily. Thankfully, it only took about 20 seconds to fix it, and I didn’t even scratch the gold off! Pretty happy with it at 60 watts test fire, but upped the voltage to 100w for decent use. At 100w, it’s only drawing ~4.36 volts so I could almost push it to the full 150w that the Coolfire Ultra offers. I won’t, but I could.

Anyway, once my battery for the VGod Pro Mech 2 is charged, I’ll try this out on it. I’ll have to review that kit another time though. (Spoiler alert: I like it but I need a better quality battery.)