Loke666

I am a Swedish RPG fan who sometime make pen and paper stuff for roleplaying conventions. I love RPGs, MMOs and turned based strategy games, listens to metal and work as a CNC coder/industrial worker.  I currently live in Malmö (next to Coopenhagen) but will be moving to Öland soon. And for the moment I work weekends so I have plenty of spare time on weekdays but will be unavaliable saturdays and sundays. And I know stuff about history that makes people stare very strangely at me, just love to read about the past without any specific favorite period. I can use a sword, have a good one as well (hand made copy with the original from about year 1000) as a chainmail and helmet but I wouldn't call myself good with it. My favorite beverage is Guiness.

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  • Jill52 said: When I started playing MMOs 16 years ago there was a far greater level of anonymity for players than there is now with the commonplace voice chats and social media. Somehow in those days there were fewer toxic players. From my own …
  • Eldurian said: I agree. Anything could happen to bring the genre back at any point. I'm not convinced we won't see one of these upcoming Kickstarter titles such as Crowfall or Star Citizen prove to be the savior of the genre. Maybe more than one.…
  • cloud3431 said: it's not like p2w hasn't been around since the beginning of gaming. you pay to win the game.......i really don't get why it's a bad thing for f2p games to want to make money to keep their game alive for thousands of players. or …
  • Arawulf said: Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game - nearly every word in has seen its definition evolve over the years. I see the genre as evolving and merging with other genres more than it is dying. I dunno, most of what th…
  • I happens even though the opposite is more often true. Some games take a while before you get into and I might of course have missed some good games due to trying it a few hours and quitting. Still, in 90% of the cases, if I don't like the first ho…
    in Surprised? Comment by Loke666 July 21
  • kitarad said: Players make the decision to trivialize the content. It's not always the responsibility of the developer to keep trying to stop the players from doing what they seem to want to do it just merely slows them down for awhile. Th…
  • nariusseldon said: lol .. you think most people care if MMOs are massive? And yes, superdata call LoL and SMITE MMOs too. It is a convenient label for game companies, websites, and casual players. Nothing more, nothing less.  Cares? It is…
  • cameltosis said You've kinda just described my political voting guidelines! I would much rather vote for chaos and destruction over the usual stagnation - precisely for the purpose that chaos and destruction in the short term often results in gre…
  • ConstantineMerus said: Civ V was a great game. But it also lacks so many features compared to its predecessors. Changes in Civ VI are so good and improved the game a lot, I can't imagine myself play Civ V ever again. I still play Civ IV though.…
  • Eldurian said: You shift vertical character progress to non-vertical character progression, temporary progression, and progression in other areas. I explain it all in the original post. It was fun, played it for 5 years. Personally do I…
  • kitarad said: Look I'm not condoning it but some people don't want to waste their time.  In FFXIV I have also voted to kick people who play poorly or just won't listen or are just not able keep out of the areas effects and no matter how many t…
  • cantankerousmage said: I would 100% prefer to play a pencil-and-paper rpg with a dungeonmasters/gamemaster that ran a character-driven (open-narrative sandbox) campaign than one who ran a story-driven (closed-narrative themepark) campaign.  I m…
  • Nilden said:. Grand Theft Auto 5 is as much a MMO as Destiny is. If you are going to use numbers from Destiny I'm going to use numbers from GTA 5. The site here list's GTA Online as a MMOG. It's almost like calling everything a MMO makes the t…
  • Gruug said: Why can't it be that if you want to group you can and if you don't want to group you can. I don't want to be restricted or forced in any way. I don't want to have content walled off just because I can't find a group or because I don…
  • cloud3431 said: my main problem with lowbies is them not knowing the mechs of the vet dungeons in eso. also, if you can't roll dodge or block when needed, you'll get kicked. i understand learning runs, let people know this is your first time. m…
  • btdt said: MMOs aren't dying... it's just that they aren't the same as they used to be.  Some people seem to think that if they could hop into the wayback machine they could rekindle the exact same feeling they once had.  Reality is, that was d…
  • congtran17 said: why is pay to win a huge problem in gaming? the world always under pay2win, even in sports. Look at the olympics, rich nations get more medals. Life isnt fair, stop crying about "fair" I dunno, it depends on the sport. T…
  • Rainbow 6; Siege has a rather nice doctor as healer and plenty of support character depending on how you define the word "support". It is fun, try it.
  • nariusseldon said: nerovergil said: mmorpg is my drug..yeah forever Too bad it is no longer the drug of most gamers. You may have to live with no AAA "source of your drug" for the future.  I wish I had psychic powers as wel…
  • Jean-Luc_Picard said: VengeSunsoar said: I've never seen an MMO force solo content Neither have I. Unlike forced group content, solo content can be done in groups too. We level often with a group of friends in WoW. Actually, do…