# Thread: Where is Lestropie?! | Forums

1. ## Re: Where is Lestropie?!

Originally Posted by raistlin2076
If L= x over yx... and y = 3 e = a constant s is unknown so we shall call it s.....
Just stop

2. ## Re: Where is Lestropie?!

Originally Posted by xPrOFeSsi0NaL
Originally Posted by raistlin2076
If L= x over yx... and y = 3 e = a constant s is unknown so we shall call it s.....
Just stop
No it just makes perfect sense now...

If
f(x) = ln(3x*s) / e*y

=> lim (y-->infinite) = 42

Questions?!

3. ## Re: Where is Lestropie?!

Originally Posted by xXDonReneXx
Originally Posted by xPrOFeSsi0NaL
Originally Posted by raistlin2076
If L= x over yx... and y = 3 e = a constant s is unknown so we shall call it s.....
Just stop
No it just makes perfect sense now...

If
f(x) = ln(3x*s) / e*y

=> lim (y-->infinite) = 42

Questions?!
Uhhhh

4. ## Re: Where is Lestropie?!

I've heard that Slinky has kidnapped Lestropie and now he obliges him to beat his old top spots on Slinky's account.

5. ## Re: Where is Lestropie?!

it's better to burn out than fade out. Lestropie picked the perfect time to stop playing, he'll always be known as the trials god. If he came back now he'd just be one of the beast.

6. ## Where is Lestropie?!

Originally Posted by Happyflow
Lestropie was soo cool XD. Sad that he is gone forever. A part of trials died when he stopped playing...
No. No it didn't. He is a legendary player, but Trials, and life, go on.

7. ## Re: Where is Lestropie?!

something that many people forget is that lestropie did not just get those skills he worked long and hard for them like all of us. i believe that he has a 1 in a million ability to translate his real-life trials knowledge and implement it into a video game version of trials this is just my opinion but it makes perfect sense when you break it down.

9. ## Re: Where is Lestropie?!

yeah, but i think if he does come back he'll be a bit rusty from going so long without playing.

10. ## Re: Where is Lestropie?!

Originally Posted by xPrOFeSsi0NaL
Originally Posted by xXDonReneXx
Originally Posted by xPrOFeSsi0NaL
Originally Posted by raistlin2076
If L= x over yx... and y = 3 e = a constant s is unknown so we shall call it s.....
Just stop
No it just makes perfect sense now...

If
f(x) = ln(3x*s) / e*y

=> lim (y-->infinite) = 42

Questions?!
Uhhhh
Omg you guys are so amateur's, everybody knows its

X(y=E)-m----=---- C*2(S+14)
1.8694e10*2------y*2(H+9c*2)
--------------------(9.89(Kev)=mc2)+W*2 = L*2