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In which MMO world would you live?

EmrendilEmrendil TirionPosts: 199Member

If you could enter the world of your favorite MMO, where would you build your house?

Mine would be in Telara from Rift, somewhere in Silverwood, which is my favorite zone. Probably in Argend Glade, or near Sanctum :)

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  • RecoreRecore Posts: 6,210Member Rare

    Mine would be Lineage 2's original Talking Island. You never know what you will miss untill its gone.

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  • ExcessionExcession NottinghamPosts: 408Member Uncommon

    Hmm, if it was possible, I would have quite happily made my home on Tatooine, or Lok, or maybe Dathomir from SWG.

    Hell, I would have settled for any SWG planet really (pre NGE of course).

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  • eyceleycel rolling hillz, PAPosts: 1,334Member

    TSW cause I love being scared and creeped out.

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  • GeezerGamerGeezerGamer ChairPosts: 7,384Member Rare

    Massively
    Multi-player
    Outside
    Role
    Playing
    Game

    It's a true sandbox, Graphics are real life. Every detail is accounted for. Huge on social engineering. But it has some major drawbacks too. Like, the community sucks. The economy sucks. Everything is overpriced. Most payers would just as soon scam you as help you. But your friends list is long term. Those that do band together do so for a long time. Etc Etc.

  • sirphobossirphobos Ames, IAPosts: 616Member Uncommon

    Ocean of Tears in Everquest 1, so long as nobody trains a Seafury Cyclops on my house.

  • AliceKayeAliceKaye Marietta, GAPosts: 838Member Uncommon

    It's a hard pick honestly.

    I'd like to live in EQ2's world because it's large and theres a lot of exploration to be had. I'd live in Qeynos or I'd build a cabin in the Enchanted Lands.

  • s1fu71s1fu71 fair oaks, CAPosts: 220Member

    I'd live in Gotham in DCUO.

    Love the graphics, the gloom, etc...

     

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  • MystaisMystais Purcellville, VAPosts: 72Member

    Probably Tera for all the smokin' women, heh.

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  • kanezfankanezfan margate, FLPosts: 482Member

    Grizzly Hills in Northrend, WoW. It looks like what I imagine the pacific northwest looks like, it's beautiful. I'd build a cabin in the woods and live off the land. After that, I'd say Tyria, GW2 but not sure where yet since I've only played in one BWE and a stress test.

  • EronakisEronakis Louisville, KYPosts: 2,016Member Uncommon

    Eastern or Western Commonlands in EQ1, the old EC/WC before zone revamp

  • Skarecrow7Skarecrow7 Oshkosh, WIPosts: 339Member Uncommon

    None.. you all may think you would be the valient warrior slaying monsters or the Magic user calling down fire on to his foes, or even the holy cleric, healing his comrades as wave of enemys crash at your castle gate. 

    Hate to break it to ya, 99.99% of us here will just be standing there with a stupid ? over their head telling some dude with a sword to kill you 10 rats. Hell, I would probably be the jack ass that have to ask someone to deliver a letter to someone else with in shouting distance. No thank you.

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  • JakdstripperJakdstripper British Columbia, CanadaPosts: 2,176Member Uncommon

    brobably EvE granted that the planets would be all real and some of them pupulated.

  • calranthecalranthe stoke on trentPosts: 356Member Uncommon

    The secret world

  • NickraiderNickraider Posts: 131Member Uncommon

    think theres an MMO out there called Red Light District or something along those lines... yeah. That'd be my choice!

  • ConnmacartConnmacart OsloPosts: 659Member Uncommon

    Easy Answer STO. It might suck as a game, but think about it. Replicators for all your food or other material  desires, Holodecks, Excellent healthcare. I'd find a nice spot on Earth or any other decent planet in the federation and live like a king.

  • DragonantisDragonantis DublinPosts: 974Member

    I would love in Final Fantasy XIV, even though I wouldnt play the game, the world is <3

  • gladosrev2gladosrev2 BialystokPosts: 203Member

    In Middle-earth :) Easy choice.

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  • QuirhidQuirhid TamperePosts: 6,211Member Uncommon
    Originally posted by Connmacart
    Easy Answer STO. It might suck as a game, but think about it. Replicators for all your food or other material  desires, Holodecks, Excellent healthcare. I'd find a nice spot on Earth or any other decent planet in the federation and live like a king.

    Yeah. STO easy.

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  • lilHealalilHeala ZwollePosts: 519Member Uncommon

    the Shire (Middle Earth) with Tyria (GW2 version, I didn't play original GW for long time) as a very close second. 

  • KyleranKyleran Paradise City, FLPosts: 22,369Member Epic
    Originally posted by Quirhid
    Originally posted by Connmacart
    Easy Answer STO. It might suck as a game, but think about it. Replicators for all your food or other material  desires, Holodecks, Excellent healthcare. I'd find a nice spot on Earth or any other decent planet in the federation and live like a king.

    Yeah. STO easy.

    Makes you wonder why anyone in the Federation even bothered to have a job.  image

    But the trouble with living in the Star Trek universe is there's always world /galaxy destroying dangers that kill millions if not billions at a time. 

    Not quite so rosy when you think about it like that. image

     

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  • LeepeFoxLeepeFox Trinity, FLPosts: 17Member

    This is a tough one since I have many fond memories of different mmos. Though probably the place I would live would be in Everquest 2's Queen's Colony (the old starter area that no longer exists).

    2nd place would be somewhere in Vana'diel in FFXI Before Chains of Promethia expansion.

  • ThorbrandThorbrand West Palm Beach, FLPosts: 1,198Member

    Vanilla EQ!

  • AmjocoAmjoco Layton, UTPosts: 4,837Member Uncommon

    I'm thinking probably Vanguard right now. I will check out and get back when GW2 releases so I can look at all of it.

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  • kanezfankanezfan margate, FLPosts: 482Member


    Originally posted by Kyleran
    Originally posted by Quirhid Originally posted by Connmacart Easy Answer STO. It might suck as a game, but think about it. Replicators for all your food or other material  desires, Holodecks, Excellent healthcare. I'd find a nice spot on Earth or any other decent planet in the federation and live like a king.
    Yeah. STO easy.
    Makes you wonder why anyone in the Federation even bothered to have a job. 

    But the trouble with living in the Star Trek universe is there's always world /galaxy destroying dangers that kill millions if not billions at a time. 

    Not quite so rosy when you think about it like that.

     


    Yeah I would love to live in Star Trek too but I think I'd maybe get me a ship and fly a few light years OUT of the Milky Way and just live on my ship, with a fake holodeck family on a fake holodeck world and say screw you to the rest of the universe. Actually there was a Deep Space 9 episode kind of like that. This old guy created a whole town from a holo projector and people there started disappearing because the thing needed repairs. I think it was Dax that fixed it and they all "lived" happily ever after.

  • ZylaxxZylaxx Erlanger, KYPosts: 2,574Member
    Originally posted by Mystais
    Probably Tera for all the smokin' women, heh.

    lol is all I'll say. 

     

     

     

     

    I would want to live in Dereth (Asheron's Call) or City of Heroes. 

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