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  1. There are already bots in game, I suppose the *expert* that has been playing since '97 already knows this though? The captcha system, is the only system I have seen work. While I am 100% against PvP loot being 1 click, for PvE it does not matter at all in this game as you are in a safe zone for it. But yeah, the bots are already there, the click to loot system is already by-passed.
  2. Of course more elves. Why not? Were-elves, Vamp elves. Ridiculous.
  3. Already a topic on this subject.
  4. Not really, it encourages getting your best and brightest into the fight. I am just speaking to the topic of this thread.
  5. Both valid points, one quick fix to this would be to implement what Planetside two does a faction balance cap. If you have 25 of X then you can only have up to 30 of Y and Z. Arbitrary numbers. That would allow the other 2 factions (or 1) to have a good chance of winning and keep the underdog faction, poor order, competitive as well.
  6. I actually really like this idea.
  7. I like the stars idea and maybe loss of control of your toon for a duration, the current affect is just way too much.
  8. My suggestion has nothing to do with feedback. If they (the casuals) are not leaving feedback now, causing them to log in more often just to keep their training going is not likely to change that. I was unaware, and evidently so was the OP, that there is a skill ceiling unless one logs in periodically.
  9. The best way to bring in new players is to finish the game. Judging from what I have read on various game forums, a lot of people are not huge fans of paying to test a game. I am not sure why it is important at this stage to make an attempt at bringing more people to the game. One of the most common complaints I see is burn out. "We have been testing for years we need a break" "We don't need to start a campaign immediately after one finishes, we need a break". So beyond your desire to participate in massive scale pvp, which I agree with, why is it critical to get more people in the game at this stage? This is in a very early test stage, no where near release and I would say there are plenty of testers. In your disclaimer you suggest you should be rewarded...for paying to test a game in it's early stages. You don't see an issue there? You bought into a game still being developed, with no promises of anything except you could play and test the game as it bumps along the road, and you feel you should be rewarded for your "work"? If you had bought the complete game at release I would not be replaying to this at all, but at this point, it makes no sense to me. One thing you touched upon that I know a solution too. Planetside 2 does this and I think it is awesome. If you are a subscriber you get passive certification gain. Which is similar to passive training here however, you can only get so much in a 24 hour period (45 certs) unless you log in. So if you log in every day, you get maximum off line certs, if not it caps at 45. It would be very easy to implement a system like that for this game.
  10. In the long run, none of this is going to matter because for live, we are all starting at zero. The only advantage anyone playing now will have, is knowledge and established help. That's it. All of your arguments are really just farts on the wind.
  11. I go to them quite a bit. I main assassin so I am largely useless. Its also hard to give a poorly made socks about sieges when you know in the end, one faction will win.
  12. LOL, yes, lets break this down. It's my 2nd day in the game, white vessel (at the time I did not even know you could upgrade vessels) starter daggers and the 1st tier armor. I had figured out I could make my own armor so I was making progress. So, someone says something just absolutely stupid in chat, and I correct them on it, thinking I was helping someone newer than myself understand the game better. I get told to STFU. And then after a few minutes of watching chat I realize this is not a new player I was talking too, just an arrogant, self absorbed, ass. So, whatever, they are a dime a dozen. By now, his entire guild is in on it, and I am just straight talking poorly made socks at this point. So someone asks me what faction I am. I say balance, but I may switch to another so I can farm Ble. After I say this, of course his guild of tuff guys all threaten me with KoS and I better stay Balance or else they will hunt me at every opportunity, completely triggered. Very amusing, then his arrogance himself points out we can go to his EK and fight, no need to wait. So I say yes, KNOWING I am going to get crushed. Oh at this point I had not even discovered the spirit bank. I go to his EK and I stealth because of course its not just him there, but two others as well, because you know, you need extra help when you are in all blues and epics to take a day 2 player. Anyway, I jump on him out of stealth and what we all know was going to happen did happen, I died, in nine seconds. No surprise there. The point being, I never have been nor am I now, salty about losing a fight I knew i was going to lose, to someone with months (at least) more experience, insanely better gear, and help. Being honest I have no idea if the other two were going to jump in, but it would not have mattered. You are an ass, you are an arrogant braggart, a whiner and very entitled. The only silver lining to all this is all people like you get their due at some point. As far as being "salty" is concerned, no I am not. This is just my opinion of you, and I don't have a whole lot of emotion tied to it.
  13. This thread has some crazy stuff in it. Your assessment is correct. Ble is arrogant, and enjoys being a bully therefore can't handle it when put in his place or proven wrong. I used to poke at him thinking it was in good fun but I have found out people in this game are extremely sensitive and for a PvP crowd get their feelings hurt way to easily. It's a shame really. Someone made a post on MMORPG.com about this community. It is sadly true. As to the original topic, glad I missed that is all I can say.
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