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  1. My friend and I decided to try and play Crowfall again and were happy with a lot of the new content. Instead of wanting to quit right away we played for a couple of days. After getting to level 30 I felt like I understood my character much more and had fun making different choices in regards to attributes, talents, disciplines, etc. I made three different characters to try out more classes/races. The crafting stuff in game is still not fun. I'm guessing its designed where a group of people are all gathering and helping each other out but to try and craft a vessel by yourself is almost imp
  2. More than a year later and I feel like I have the exact same issues. I got a friend to try to play and he wanted to quit after 5 minutes. Graphics/animations feel weird and are not engaging and crafting feels more like work than fun. Ill give it another year and try again...
  3. The game desperately needs engaging, fun PVE content. Right now I can't make it past a couple hours every time I try Crowfall. It's awesome that Crowfall is focusing on PVP but I would rather spend time understanding the game by leveling up and killing monsters that are progressively more difficult. Once I get to a point where I'm very comfortable with the game, I would focus all of my time on PVP. I just think you need a more traditional quest based or grind based leveling experience to get you started. As of now you start the game with no direction from the game at all. I start the game
  4. I would like to see the option to be a Half-Giant Templar just because that was my favorite combo in Shadowbane.
  5. I understand what you're saying, Verot but also where the dev's are coming from. From what we've heard so far it sounds like they are working on a lot of features they can't really show us right now but these features will lead into being able to test bigger parts of the game. If they haven't finished abc and we keep asking, "When does d-z come out?" there is no way they could realistically answer us. Problems and delays seem to happen all the time in software development and it's probably a smarter choice to give us dates when they are concrete. From the player side though it is fru
  6. I was looking at the 2015 strongholds. I guess the only difference between 2015 and 2016 is cosmetic?
  7. I noticed that if you buy a citadel or palace it states that they come with a starting title of either archduke/archduchess or king/queen. It is not stated for castles though but they are however mentioned in pledge packages. My question is do the castles also come with their respective starting titles? (Baron/Baroness, Count/Countess, Duke/Duchess)
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