It's a web app. It was made as a somewhat viable alternative to using Tweetdeck for finding support requests for GBF raids.
Tweetdeck is a good application, but it's horrible in the scope of usage that GBF players normally give it.
So I decided to make this, until the GBF developers actually implement a proper raid filter ingame.
Well, you open both Granblue Fantasy and this web app. Then, while you sit your ass on the raid section ingame,
you select a raid or raids from the dropdown in the top bar and just wait. The app will start pulling the raid ids of the raid
you selected from the backup requests posted on Twitter. Then just click the "copy" button on any raid that shows up and paste
it on the raid section.
Use whatever you want, dude. Here's a couple reasons that come to mind:
- You don't have to configure anything. No column dragging all over the place, no finding japanese search terms for raids, no nothing.
- This thing is fast. It pulls real-time data from twitter's stream api.
- It will filter most (not all, sadly) fake backup requests.
- Doesn't take 30 seconds to load. What a waste of seconds, they are better used grinding.
- Has a nifty "copy" button that saves you from having to press Ctrl + C. Because come on, we're all a buncha lazy ass weeaboos.
- It saves it's state automatically, so it picks it up the next time you access it.
- You can hear Kugimiya Rie say "moo" every now and then. Ain't that cute?