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Galahorn

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  1. Yup. Good one Nex! These ideas would bring more flow the game economy and would ease the crafter/gatherer life! It would also be great if they add an NPC in freecity, temple and EK that could give information on goods sold by player vendors in the area, with filters. These local NPC (maybe a market cryer or something) would ease the search to find the goods you need and go directly to the 2-3 vendors that are selling the things you are looking for. Players would still need to set up shop and maybe (or not if it's your EK) pay a fee to the cryer to have their stuff annonced. This being said and as a maxed blacksmith and ore gatherer, I am ok with the ideas of dropped items. Played shadowbane quite a bit and that concept works, especially if they put it in right with the ability to salvage and sell this stuff. The dropped equipment just needs to be low dura and all will be good. Fact is leveling is getting harder especially if you're totally under equipped to do so (new players or solo players). Couple drops can help a player leveling and have decent items to fight mobs and to defend his position if the enemy arrives. It's no fun for a group of new players to endure the arrival of a fully equipped war party and see that they deal almost no damage to them. Even less fun if 4 new players get jumped by 1 skilled and equipped veteran while dealing almost no damage to him. At least, equipped in cheap blue, your group can retaliate and maybe even bring 1 or 2 enemy down if played right! Most of this cheap gear will break rather fast anyways. It is also good for the new player that wants to get involved in sieges. Yes, he'll be at 25% less effectiveness than the fully equipped war party but won't be completly useless. This will keep the new players in until they get strong enough to get involved in the player economy. Yes, there are still things to solve to integrate this change in the economy but it will make some frustrated player return to the game and well, more activity on the servers means more PVP and more economy for everyone!!
  2. These have probably been mentionned but Tribal mobs don't spawn in formosia. Spider dungeon is all messed up (possible to see through the floor)
  3. Well, on my part I am ok with the changes, if they are implemented right. It will give objectives for realm vs realm battles while keeping the night capping away. If they implant the change right, it will still be possible to sneak in forts to attack crafters and gatherers thus keeping small group ambushes/harassment in. The only limit is that after looting the city, the group won't be able to cap it. Even better, crafter and gatherers will tend to concentrate their activities in fort that are protected, making the potential loot from a sneak attack eveb more attractive! It could even become a strategy for a group to skip siege to roam the protected cities in search of juicy crafters! As long as the walls can still be destroyed and that protected forts don't become non pvp zones, the system they proposing is good and will create more pvp.
  4. I agree that most of the customization should go with choices related to Race, Class, Major Disciplines, Weapon Discipline, Minor Disciplines, Weapons, Armor, and other gear. There is still a work to be done on race/class combo to render them all viable (any nethari templars?) but I am confident this will come in the process (we are still in pre alpha). This being said, I agree there should be more specialization in the passive skill tree as well but not at the expanse of the whole skill system. As it is now, every branch have many subranches and you need at least 75% of them (4 pips in all skills in all subranches) to get to the end of a branch and pass to the next one. With that system, all characters look the same. I think, like some, that an easy way to open for more customization would be to open the final skill of a branch once a subranch is completed. Example: If you choose the mankind branch you could choose to go the constitution way, the strengh way, the crafting way, or the exploration way at first and reach the end of that subranch with the final mankind skill. You would then be able to go the pure blood or half blood way but it would also be possible to continue investing in other subranches of mankind. This would open the choice to develop your crow horizontally or vertically, both having their ups and downs. Go vertically and you can really specialize in one or two things at the expanse of slower learning (it takes more pips for a skill when you go up the ladder) or go horizontally and have an all around character but less specialized. This wouldn't require a big change in the actual system and would give a choice to the players. It would open to more diversity in the early stages of the game even if, ultimately, most character will look the same at the end, which, I don't think is a major problem ( it takes years to learn all skills).
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