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Aion: Awakened Legacy

MikehaMikeha Member EpicPosts: 8,712
edited November 4 in Aion


Started on the new server with the recent update and so far so good. The leveling process seems to be much faster since I last played. If anybody is looking for something to play I recommend giving it a go.  Anybody else started playing?
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  • EmeraqEmeraq Member UncommonPosts: 955
    edited November 24
    I did just recently start playing again after many years and like what I saw of it, until I found out crafting as it was is gone and can't get into the new crafting until you hit level 76.. I decided to head back to my old standby, LOTRO after learning that.
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  • parrotpholkparrotpholk Member RarePosts: 3,584
    Agree about the crafting as that is a shame and I understand the new experience and the streamlining but to gut crafting seemed an odd choice.  Although somewhat tedious I liked the crafting in Aion compared to a lot of themeparks like WoW and their sad excuse of crafting.
  • Octagon7711Octagon7711 Member EpicPosts: 7,874
    I tried it and even though they have made some improvements like faster leveling, they took out a lot of quests, a few of which I really enjoyed.  Nice being able to easily sell your junk and keep your inventory a little more empty, would have liked much more inventory space and not just from the cash shop.  Cash shops sell everything.  They made it harder to share credits between alts which pretty much ended my interest in the game at that point.  Sadly, no longer for me.  I'm still doing GW2, ESO, Destiny 2, started Warframe which looks and feels interesting, waiting to see how Anthem looks.

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