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Discussion in 'Online Adventures' started by Create, Apr 30, 2006.

  1. Create

    Create :free at last:

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    Free 7 day passes are floating around. If you know tabletop, well, the play follows the rules very well.
     
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    CrimsonVonDoom There Cannot be Two Skies OT Supporter

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    why?
     
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    I wanna try it but been hearing nothing but bad things.
     
  4. Daria

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    If you're into playing mmo's solo (which I'm not against, and believe it or not, people like to do it), then it's a horribly boring game. If you're interested in meeting new people and having adventures, it's actually really exciting.

    I have played the game in beta and I was like..man this game really isn't all that unique. Pretty, but not all that exciting.

    Then I bought the game in retail, and met this REALLY awesome group of people and played the game with them. I then fell in love with the game. After I got past the harbour and into the Marketplace, the game really took off. Money isn't that big of a deal and if you have friends, you can all trade eachother items that you find. Your character will be pimped in no time.

    I generally just found that the way the game was designed, was not all item and competition-based like alot of games, but it just worked out so well if you wanted to have some good adventures with a group of friends.:)
     
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    The problem isn't that alot of us like to solo.

    It's that it's hard to find a group to do anything.

    And even if you find a group it's hard to get them to stay and do more then one mission.
     
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    This is true, and I found this while I was beta-testing the game.

    However, before the game went retail, I went searching for a guild of people who had similar gaming interests (for example, casual players) and I didn't have to search long before I found a guild. I tried two different guilds, and the second one was perfect. There was always people on, I got help when I needed it, and people would in fact, stick around with you for hours and do multiple dungeons with you. You just have to find the right people is all. It's a good game if you find a group of people you can be friends with.
     

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