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In which MMO world would you live?



  • bcbullybcbully Westland, MIPosts: 8,419Member Uncommon

    WoW, it's a nice happy place.

  • itbewillyitbewilly Mason, OHPosts: 346Member Uncommon

    Age of Conan in Tortage because all the women had big breast's and ran around topless.... image


    K Serious answer now... Hmmm. I can't really think of any. I guess it would be the housing district in Lord of the Rings Online. The way they were set up with nice. I remember trying to steal neighbors trees :/ Damn restrictions :(

  • DewmDewm Soldotna, AKPosts: 1,341Member


    FFXI - La Theine Plateau


    WOW - Booty Bay

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  • MithrandolirMithrandolir The Deep Woods, NJPosts: 1,698Member Uncommon

    Just outside of Glenden Wood in Dereth. In the cozy foothills.


  • tollboothtollbooth grants pass, ORPosts: 298Member
    Originally posted by Dewm


    FFXI - La Theine Plateau


    WOW - Booty Bay

    Hard to pass up living in a world with mithra ;)

  • AvarixAvarix Chicago, ILPosts: 393Member Uncommon

    Original Everquest. Not sure of the name of the area. Just remember it was the first time I got that sense of awe. It was a druid (while playing a druid) sanctuary. Was a bit hidden and out of the way. At the time I thought it was pretty amazing. I stayed there forever grinding mobs because of how much I liked the area.

  • Sint-NiklaasPosts: 820Member Uncommon
    Originally posted by GeezerGamer


    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.

    Not to mention the death penalty.

    But I'm sure someone already mentioned that in one of the pages I didn't read :-)

  • vojkan95vojkan95 skopjePosts: 104Member

    requiem memento mori    ....  house at trifiri village :P

  • Loke666Loke666 MalmöPosts: 18,320Member Rare

    Pre searing Ascalon, it seems so peaceful and beutiful.

    But I am not really that impressed by MMO worlds, compared to P&P RPG worlds they feel rather one dimensional.

    Oh, and they place I don't want to live is Miscatonic...

  • LarsaLarsa NurembergPosts: 990Member

    Nice thread idea here, OP.

    It's not my favourite MMORPG but the house I'd like in San Juan in Pirates of the Burning Sea. They got the ambiance right.

    As for where I would settle in my favourite MMORPG, now, that's difficult cause I don't really have a favourite MMORPG. :)

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  • Eir_SEir_S Argyle, NYPosts: 4,623Member Uncommon

    I was going to say Tyria because it's stunning, but eh.. unlike most MMOs were you have to make things happen, Tyria seems really chaotic, you'd never get a damn moment's rest.  I'd like to live with the tuskarr people from NR.

  • ErgloadErgload GV, OHPosts: 374Member

    Second Life

    here i come bondage fursex community


    Currently playing: Achaea
  • RydesonRydeson Canton, OHPosts: 3,852Member Uncommon

    This was a fun decision..  I think for me.. I'd go with Misty Thicket .. I'd have Rivervale right there..  BUT.. I do like the 3 zones of Freeport tho..

  • VidirVidir GothenburgPosts: 946Member Uncommon

    My house would stand next to OHN in Asherons Call .-)

  • EkarosEkaros TurkuPosts: 367Member

    Depends on what level of income I would be on. On other hand AO isn't bad, capitalism might be bit opressive, but dying not being permanent is a perk. Maybe work in administrative sector would be livable. Also black or grey uniforms look good.


    Fantasy to live in not so...

  • PalebanePalebane Tucson, AZPosts: 3,225Member

    Second Life. More sex than you can shake a stick at, plus you can build whatever you can imagine. Realistically, you could have all the MMO's on the list inside Second Life, the one big barrier being the graphics.

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  • madjonNZmadjonNZ AucklandPosts: 143Member

    Astranaar Village- ashenvale forest - Kalimdor, WOW.


  • CognitoCognito ManchesterPosts: 198Member



    I would be immortal. I would be in space with access to thousands of planets. I could learn new things without actually having to learn them - just wait for the timer to be up :P. I would have no fear of death, so would be able to do anything I wanted (though I just thought, that would also remove the thrill or excitement out of a lot of things).... So many reasons and things that entice me about this game universe than any other game world.

    Put through the personal paces of my crippled fingers.

  • FrodoFraginsFrodoFragins Manchester, NHPosts: 3,015Member Uncommon

    It's not my favorite MMO, but it would be the Shire in LOTRO.

  • TokkenTokken Portland, ORPosts: 1,175Member Uncommon

    Ryzom would be interesting to live in......

  • ZombieKenZombieKen Northwest, INPosts: 5,034Member Uncommon

    Old Ascalon in GW was quaint.  Get myself a small blacksmith or leatherworker shop, and take off to the country on weekends for a picnic and some outdoors time.

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  • ZadawnZadawn SPosts: 656Member Uncommon


    I simly love the lore.

  • PivotelitePivotelite Hamilton, ONPosts: 2,167Member



    Allemantheia because it's amazing and just a hop, skip and a jump away from...


    ...these forests.



  • DrNo172000DrNo172000 Richmond, VAPosts: 48Member

    Always wanted to be a dwarf in the warhammer fantasy world long before it was a mmo.  Although the old world is a horrible horrible place to live, and as a dwarf I'd be fighting a hopeless battle against the skaven and greenskins for the fate of our holds.

  • ElikalElikal ValhallaPosts: 7,907Member 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.

    Hehe, this!

    If I had superpowers DCU might also be interesting. Or rather the DC comic universe.

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