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  1. #41
    Quote Originally Posted by Djriff View Post
    Well I mean they did it and still came out with content more often than they have with GW2 :/ I miss that level of customization.
    Yes, but all the devs who were around for that agree it was a nightmare to do Also content production doesn't factor into that because the devs who work on balance are not the same one who are creating new content.

  2. #42
    True, but there are some weapons/skillsets in the game that are just horrible and you'll never take. I know it was a nightmare to balance, but IMO it was well worth it as I had tons of fun just making builds in GW. Also this may sound weird but i miss Droks Runs. It was a fun thing to do, especially when you raced

  3. #43
    A questline that was TSW quality, with dialogue cinematics done SWTOR style.

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    No loading screens like most of WoW. A fully persistent world that players can phase into to keep the great megaserver features.

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    Class System from ToS is pretty fantastic on its own. Doing this with GW2 could be very interesting.

  6. #46
    Quote Originally Posted by Lotus Victorya View Post
    Class System from ToS is pretty fantastic on its own. Doing this with GW2 could be very interesting.
    What's ToS?

  7. #47
    Quote Originally Posted by Arlee View Post
    What's ToS?
    I believe that's Tree of Savior.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Djriff View Post
    I believe that's Tree of Savior.
    You are right. ToS is Tree of Savior, one of the new MMO's of 2016.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lotus Victorya View Post
    You are right. ToS is Tree of Savior, one of the new MMO's of 2016.
    Let's be honest, it's ragnarok online if it did the adv classes well, gosh i miss RO.
    Cod has a new campaign, new weapons, new multiplayer levels every year. Zelda has been recycling the same weapons, villains, and dungeons since the 80's. Zelda recycles enough to make cod blush. The same weapons, villains, dungeons, and princess in every single Zelda for the most part. It's almost as cheesy as bowser vs Mario round 35

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    Quote Originally Posted by barackopala View Post
    Let's be honest, it's ragnarok online if it did the adv classes well, gosh i miss RO.
    I actually love the old system in Ragnarök Online where you had to do a test to get your class. Some of those tests were mini-storylines with very interesting characters. Also, some were hard, and I do mean HARD. When you completed some of them, you'd feel like a champion. I miss RO too. ToS is good, but not as good as that old game that I come back and back again just to see how things are.

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    A better an more cohesive questing system, instead of random grindy-repetitive events. Never gotten a character past lv. 30, but I still love the game. I just don't like grindy MMOs with too much repetitiveness in early-game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zubaja View Post
    A better an more cohesive questing system, instead of random grindy-repetitive events. Never gotten a character past lv. 30, but I still love the game. I just don't like grindy MMOs with too much repetitiveness in early-game.
    The repetitiveness really only starts at max level. You can level up just fine without doing any of the dynamic events.

  13. #53
    I would add player housing buildings where you can get randomized missions and send out NPC's to do them for you and then implement most of the content around that idea, but also make progression almost dependent on upgrading your housing.

  14. #54
    Quote Originally Posted by Polygons View Post
    I would add player housing buildings where you can get randomized missions and send out NPC's to do them for you and then implement most of the content around that idea, but also make progression almost dependent on upgrading your housing.
    That sounds horribly like garrisons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Djriff View Post
    That sounds horribly like garrisons.
    I think that's the joke...?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zorkuus View Post
    The repetitiveness really only starts at max level. You can level up just fine without doing any of the dynamic events.
    That's the thing. The Dynamic Events made it fun for me, but there were so few of them per zone, I got worn out quite quickly.

  17. #57
    Quote Originally Posted by zubaja View Post
    That's the thing. The Dynamic Events made it fun for me, but there were so few of them per zone, I got worn out quite quickly.
    I agree, Dynamic Events are fun. But much like quests in wow there really isn't that much variance in them.

    Escort this thing to this place
    Kill all the enemies trying to attack us until the timer runs out
    Go pick up all the stuff around here and turn it in to me

    That's basically all the dynamic events there are :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Djriff View Post
    I agree, Dynamic Events are fun. But much like quests in wow there really isn't that much variance in them.

    Escort this thing to this place
    Kill all the enemies trying to attack us until the timer runs out
    Go pick up all the stuff around here and turn it in to me

    That's basically all the dynamic events there are :/
    At least the quests in WoW had some sort of sustenance (substenance?), as in you'd do them with a specific goal in mind -especially when Cataclysm hit. Entire zone-wide missions that told a story, instead of droll "Spiders are attacking my trees! Kill as much as you can in five minutes!"
    This doesn't mean I'm saying all Dynamic Events in GW2 were droll, but most of them were.

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    Fun

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    Quote Originally Posted by zubaja View Post
    At least the quests in WoW had some sort of sustenance (substenance?), as in you'd do them with a specific goal in mind -especially when Cataclysm hit. Entire zone-wide missions that told a story, instead of droll "Spiders are attacking my trees! Kill as much as you can in five minutes!"
    This doesn't mean I'm saying all Dynamic Events in GW2 were droll, but most of them were.
    That's exactly what I mean. The expansion did a lot to improve upon that. Like when GW2 was announced it was going to be a persistent world where doing or not doing the events would have broad far reaching impacts. That sort of happened, but it was pretty localized. Hell i remember purposefully failing an event because I knew a better event would spawn after, which led to an even better event.

    Also i think substenance was the word you're looking for.

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