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  1. Using a real-time memory editor is AFAIK the only way, try Ruci's FMRTE (I think it's the only one that works with the latest game). You can find the link in the resources thread.
  2. I can't help but feeling sorry for the Sherriffs... to come so close, and still not managing to fulfill their lifelong dream of defeating the Bandits. But I also can't help but feel a little proud of them for managing to keep the Bandits at bay until the shootout. I can't wait for the rest of the season, it's been a fantastic ride so far, and the inevitable moment of facing the world at (player-wise, at least) even odds draws closer and closer...
  3. Didn't that happen in the first experiment? I think I remember an idiot and starlets playing for Chelsea...
  4. Didn't the players always have agents? Did they suddenly get a more active role? I haven't noticed that...
  5. So good to see the Bandits back in action... I'm too late for predictions, so I'll throw in some conclusions instead. I'm rather amazed that only two of the Idiots left, they are so far above the league (or even their club's) standard I thought they'd all be gone as soon as the transfer window opened. Especially as this time around they actually seem to be playing very well, discipline problems notwithstanding. I also thought that, despite the lower starting levels, the Starlets would also be going away, as even though they are much lower in ability than the previous experiments, they are still a good three if not four levels above their current league. And bear in mind they're still kids... I wonder, did any higher league teams inquire about any of them?
  6. Oh my, seems I've been away from this forum for a bit too long. Welcome back, Kip! I can't wait for this new experiment, it's gonna be awesome. And I like the idea of both random nations, to see what effect the players have on their chosen nations, and of split-dedication idiots, it will be interesting to see how much a hard-working self-absorbed loudmouth can achieve
  7. I completely and utterly disagree. If he can't commit to it, then I'd rather he post whatever he can, when he can, in his own time. Of course, I have nothing against someone else giving a shot at a similar experiment... though, I doubt many have the determination it takes to do it properly.
  8. Oh don't worry, you'll get used to it. And no apology needed, as your post actually has something relevant to say... I haven't noticed that issue, but maybe someone else has. I wonder if any of the other AI experiments have it?
  9. They did spend a lot of money, but the players they bought aren't really top-class. With the manager they have, they have a decent chance of getting to Europe, but those are players needed just to stay afloat in the Premiership. After all, the rest of the team are still much weaker. As for the Sheriffs, they'd better make up for the lack of upgrades in the January window, or they could be headed straight back down...
  10. WinAce had problems with all updates except the first. WinRAR did a lot better, but it still encountered a few problems: ! D:\Downloads\FM2010 Megapack 2.0\MEGAPACK Update 2.2.zip: CRC failed in MEGAPACK Update 2.2\33000691.png. The file is corrupt ! D:\Downloads\FM2010 Megapack 2.0\MEGAPACK Update 2.2.zip: CRC failed in MEGAPACK Update 2.2\3802451.png. The file is corrupt ! D:\Downloads\FM2010 Megapack 2.0\MEGAPACK Update 2.2.zip: CRC failed in MEGAPACK Update 2.2\5112201.png. The file is corrupt
  11. I'm thinking they'll both spend a fair bit more than that. I was right about them not signing up top rated stars yet, but there's loads and loads of readily available 140-160 CA players, which are well capable of keeping a team in the league. With the brilliant managers the two teams have, a team with a few (though probably quite a few more than that) players like that bound to surpass any media predictions, possibly even challenge for Europe.
  12. Those aren't predictions, those are wishful thinkings I predict a lower-mid-table finish for both of them, with the Bandits edging out the Sheriffs by a position or two, and a lot of mid-level signings all over the board with perhaps one or two really good players for each team. They may have reached the top rung, but they're still the small fishes there - they won't really be able to sign stars until their reputation rises by a couple thousand points at least. This is just the beginning of the Bandits' reign at the top of world football.
  13. Up the Bandits! It's great to see the experiment back in full force, and even better seeing the Bandits destroy the league. Next season they have a very very different target in front of them, and one they'll have a lot more trouble conquering than the previous leagues. But I'm confident they'll make it, especially now they're in a position to make all those millions count. I'm expecting a few of the starlets returning home in the next season or two. Great to have you back, Kipfizh!
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