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  • RhygarthRhygarth Member UncommonPosts: 257
    Wicasa said:
    I have a GTX 1070, VR, GTA V, ESO, FF XIV, played Red Dead and so on... I still play WoW more than any other game!
    I am sorry for you...wow must have popped your mmo cherry, maybe get out in the mmo world as wow is a pile of shit nothing more than a cash cow and its been that way for many years.
    Cryomatrixlearis1
  • HarikenHariken Member RarePosts: 2,323
    Grim Dawn and Eden Eternal on the Vendetta gaming network. I jump into good ole Champions Online once in a while.
    PhaserlightPalebane
  • bmw66bmw66 Member UncommonPosts: 139
    Currently playing:

    World War 2 Online - https://www.wwiionline.com/
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  • blamo2000blamo2000 Member RarePosts: 883
    I cycle through most of the older ones that have decent character development systems.  I probably play DDO the most.  I haven't played WoW since Cataclysm and its stripping of all content making it worth playing for anyone over seven years old.  Its been worse and worse since I lost Wildstar from my rotation due to it closing, as well as AO and AoC since Funcom wants me to hop down, turn around, and pick a bail of cotton to accept my money I guess.  The one I've played most recently is LotRO new servers with the content/level cap.
    YashaX
  • AkulasAkulas Member RarePosts: 2,503
    Actually the game was still good when keying for kara was a thing and that was past vanilla so somewhere after bc and before wrath was the best time to be playing
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  • ArteriusArterius Member EpicPosts: 1,617
    going to start GW2 today and give it a shot
    Phaserlight
  • PhaserlightPhaserlight Member EpicPosts: 2,888
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  • learis1learis1 Member UncommonPosts: 106
    Rhygarth said:
    Wicasa said:
    I have a GTX 1070, VR, GTA V, ESO, FF XIV, played Red Dead and so on... I still play WoW more than any other game!
    I am sorry for you...wow must have popped your mmo cherry, maybe get out in the mmo world as wow is a pile of shit nothing more than a cash cow and its been that way for many years.

    Yeah man, that $15 a month subscription that hasn't changed since the very beginning of its release over a decade ago really screams cash cow.
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  • YashaXYashaX Member EpicPosts: 2,403
    I find it hard to understand why anyone would choose to play WoW considering there are so many better options out there even among mmos.
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  • delete5230delete5230 Member EpicPosts: 5,726
    learis1 said:
    Rhygarth said:
    Wicasa said:
    I have a GTX 1070, VR, GTA V, ESO, FF XIV, played Red Dead and so on... I still play WoW more than any other game!
    I am sorry for you...wow must have popped your mmo cherry, maybe get out in the mmo world as wow is a pile of shit nothing more than a cash cow and its been that way for many years.

    Yeah man, that $15 a month subscription that hasn't changed since the very beginning of its release over a decade ago really screams cash cow.
    I'm ok with a $15 sub, Infact its 2019 should be higher.

    It was good for a struggling game to get updates, pay bills, even to add prophet for the company themselves, and invest in expansions too... This is all Good.

    However Blizzard is way ahead and gives nothing in return.  Just pure money making.  Sure business rarely does.... But still


    I sometimes get a deep resentment, regardless of logic of a smart company business practice  :o  










     
  • Gobstopper3DGobstopper3D Member RarePosts: 841
    I unsubbed WoW last month and most likely won't check it again until 8.2 drops if even then.  Playing Lotro on a legacy server for my mmo and all SP story driven games on the PS.

    I'm not an IT Specialist, Game Developer, or Clairvoyant in real life, but like others on here, I play one on the internet.

  • KyleranKyleran Member LegendaryPosts: 33,584
    YashaX said:
    I find it hard to understand why anyone would choose to play WoW considering there are so many better options out there even among mmos.
    Please name some. I haven't seen a decent MMO choice out there outside of EVE in over 15 years now.


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  • YashaXYashaX Member EpicPosts: 2,403
    edited January 15
    Kyleran said:
    YashaX said:
    I find it hard to understand why anyone would choose to play WoW considering there are so many better options out there even among mmos.
    Please name some. I haven't seen a decent MMO choice out there outside of EVE in over 15 years now.


    OK. Below are some great mmos that I would play over WoW, because each has something that is really unique and interesting that I find more appealing than what is on offer in WoW. Note I still think WoW is a great game, I just would opt to play any of these before WoW.

    Also I don't seem to be as jaded as some of the posters here who seem to think mmos all suck these days- except for that one love they might have. I think the games have generally gotten better over time and a lot of the hate I hear on these forums and elsewhere seems rather petty to me.

    Anyway, with those caveats out of the way, here are some awesome mmos to enjoy:

    DDO: amazing character customization and a true D&D feel- awesome game.
    NWO: has this great Diablo-like feel, amazing atmosphere and one of the best combat systems in any mmo I've played
    FF14: I have actually never lasted beyond the beginning levels, but I would definitely choose to play this over WoW. It looks amazing, has some interesting mechanics and there is just something magical about it - I wish they made a regular FF rpg in that world!
    BDO: loved the crafting systems, the nodes, beautiful graphics/world, masterpiece.
    GW2: one of my favorite games, I mainly played the spvp, but the other areas of the game are also fun, the world is filled with interesting this to discover, and the combat/animations are top notch.
    Archage: pity about the p2w antics, but what seemed outrageous then has been normalised these days. 
    Tera: why play WoW when I could be killing BAMs?
    ESO: great crafting system, immersive world, deep character customization and gearing system, good combat and best RvR currently on the market. 

    There are probably more, but I can't be bothered typing and I know you don't really like any of these games anyway. 


    Phaserlightultimateduck
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  • rojoArcueidrojoArcueid Member EpicPosts: 9,992
    edited January 15
    YashaX said:
    Kyleran said:
    YashaX said:
    I find it hard to understand why anyone would choose to play WoW considering there are so many better options out there even among mmos.
    Please name some. I haven't seen a decent MMO choice out there outside of EVE in over 15 years now.


    OK. Below are some great mmos that I would play over WoW, because each has something that is really unique and interesting that I find more appealing than what is on offer in WoW. Note I still think WoW is a great game, I just would opt to play any of these before WoW.

    Also I don't seem to be as jaded as some of the posters here who seem to think mmos all suck these days- except for that one love they might have. I think the games have generally gotten better over time and a lot of the hate I hear on these forums and elsewhere seems rather petty to me.

    Anyway, with those caveats out of the way, here are some awesome mmos to enjoy:

    DDO: amazing character customization and a true D&D feel- awesome game.
    NWO: has this great Diablo-like feel, amazing atmosphere and one of the best combat systems in any mmo I've played
    FF14: I have actually never lasted beyond the beginning levels, but I would definitely choose to play this over WoW. It looks amazing, has some interesting mechanics and there is just something magical about it - I wish they made a regular FF rpg in that world!
    BDO: loved the crafting systems, the nodes, beautiful graphics/world, masterpiece.
    GW2: one of my favorite games, I mainly played the spvp, but the other areas of the game are also fun, the world is filled with interesting this to discover, and the combat/animations are top notch.
    Archage: pity about the p2w antics, but what seemed outrageous then has been normalised these days. 
    Tera: why play WoW when I could be killing BAMs?
    ESO: great crafting system, immersive world, deep character customization and gearing system, good combat and best RvR currently on the market. 

    There are probably more, but I can't be bothered typing and I know you don't really like any of these games anyway. 


    GW2 is my favorite mmorpg since beta, and I still play WoW for the lore and story. OP must have a good reason to play WoW over other games, just like i do.

    All the other games you mentioned have something I like, maybe except for Tera. But WoW also has something I like better than most of those, Lore and story.






  • MadFrenchieMadFrenchie Member LegendaryPosts: 8,483
    YashaX said:
    Kyleran said:
    YashaX said:
    I find it hard to understand why anyone would choose to play WoW considering there are so many better options out there even among mmos.
    Please name some. I haven't seen a decent MMO choice out there outside of EVE in over 15 years now.


    OK. Below are some great mmos that I would play over WoW, because each has something that is really unique and interesting that I find more appealing than what is on offer in WoW. Note I still think WoW is a great game, I just would opt to play any of these before WoW.

    Also I don't seem to be as jaded as some of the posters here who seem to think mmos all suck these days- except for that one love they might have. I think the games have generally gotten better over time and a lot of the hate I hear on these forums and elsewhere seems rather petty to me.

    Anyway, with those caveats out of the way, here are some awesome mmos to enjoy:

    DDO: amazing character customization and a true D&D feel- awesome game.
    NWO: has this great Diablo-like feel, amazing atmosphere and one of the best combat systems in any mmo I've played
    FF14: I have actually never lasted beyond the beginning levels, but I would definitely choose to play this over WoW. It looks amazing, has some interesting mechanics and there is just something magical about it - I wish they made a regular FF rpg in that world!
    BDO: loved the crafting systems, the nodes, beautiful graphics/world, masterpiece.
    GW2: one of my favorite games, I mainly played the spvp, but the other areas of the game are also fun, the world is filled with interesting this to discover, and the combat/animations are top notch.
    Archage: pity about the p2w antics, but what seemed outrageous then has been normalised these days. 
    Tera: why play WoW when I could be killing BAMs?
    ESO: great crafting system, immersive world, deep character customization and gearing system, good combat and best RvR currently on the market. 

    There are probably more, but I can't be bothered typing and I know you don't really like any of these games anyway. 


    Better question: why play any of those over games like Warframe, MHO, or any number of smaller-group multiplayer games that do the combat these do, but better?  BDO may be the only one that has a combat system that isn't objectively inferior to what you can get in a non-MMORPG, and even then it's not a genre-defining feature.

    The rest offer little above and beyond mere multiplayer with shittier combat systems than their non-MMORPG counterparts, or force the player to endure the most classic of shit shops to play them.  GW2 has a nice world quest system that can result in your joining the zerg and the cash shop isn't at the level of, say, ArcheAge, but no more meaningful interaction than these zone trains occurs with any regularity between players.  Why would I play that and endure the cash shop shenanigans on top of it when I can just play another genre that does what those try to do (because they mostly left the massively part behind long ago) but better in most ways?
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  • YashaXYashaX Member EpicPosts: 2,403
    edited January 15
    YashaX said:
    Kyleran said:
    YashaX said:
    I find it hard to understand why anyone would choose to play WoW considering there are so many better options out there even among mmos.
    Please name some. I haven't seen a decent MMO choice out there outside of EVE in over 15 years now.


    OK. Below are some great mmos that I would play over WoW, because each has something that is really unique and interesting that I find more appealing than what is on offer in WoW. Note I still think WoW is a great game, I just would opt to play any of these before WoW.

    Also I don't seem to be as jaded as some of the posters here who seem to think mmos all suck these days- except for that one love they might have. I think the games have generally gotten better over time and a lot of the hate I hear on these forums and elsewhere seems rather petty to me.

    Anyway, with those caveats out of the way, here are some awesome mmos to enjoy:

    DDO: amazing character customization and a true D&D feel- awesome game.
    NWO: has this great Diablo-like feel, amazing atmosphere and one of the best combat systems in any mmo I've played
    FF14: I have actually never lasted beyond the beginning levels, but I would definitely choose to play this over WoW. It looks amazing, has some interesting mechanics and there is just something magical about it - I wish they made a regular FF rpg in that world!
    BDO: loved the crafting systems, the nodes, beautiful graphics/world, masterpiece.
    GW2: one of my favorite games, I mainly played the spvp, but the other areas of the game are also fun, the world is filled with interesting this to discover, and the combat/animations are top notch.
    Archage: pity about the p2w antics, but what seemed outrageous then has been normalised these days. 
    Tera: why play WoW when I could be killing BAMs?
    ESO: great crafting system, immersive world, deep character customization and gearing system, good combat and best RvR currently on the market. 

    There are probably more, but I can't be bothered typing and I know you don't really like any of these games anyway. 


    Better question: why play any of those over games like Warframe, MHO, or any number of smaller-group multiplayer games that do the combat these do, but better?  BDO may be the only one that has a combat system that isn't objectively inferior to what you can get in a non-MMORPG, and even then it's not a genre-defining feature.

    The rest offer little above and beyond mere multiplayer with shittier combat systems than their non-MMORPG counterparts, or force the player to endure the most classic of shit shops to play them.  GW2 has a nice world quest system that can result in your joining the zerg and the cash shop isn't at the level of, say, ArcheAge, but no more meaningful interaction than these zone trains occurs with any regularity between players.  Why would I play that and endure the cash shop shenanigans on top of it when I can just play another genre that does what those try to do (because they mostly left the massively part behind long ago) but better in most ways?

    That sounds like a question for a different thread, but there are certainly major differences between mmos and small-group multiplayer games in terms of persistence and social aspects, and none of them have RvR as far as I know which is the main reason I play mmos.

    Also, I would play single player games over those you mentioned anyway if we were going to go down that path. For example I'd much rather player Dragons Dogma than Warframe.
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  • PhaserlightPhaserlight Member EpicPosts: 2,888
    YashaX said:
    Kyleran said:
    YashaX said:
    I find it hard to understand why anyone would choose to play WoW considering there are so many better options out there even among mmos.
    Please name some. I haven't seen a decent MMO choice out there outside of EVE in over 15 years now.


    OK. Below are some great mmos that I would play over WoW, because each has something that is really unique and interesting that I find more appealing than what is on offer in WoW. Note I still think WoW is a great game, I just would opt to play any of these before WoW.

    Also I don't seem to be as jaded as some of the posters here who seem to think mmos all suck these days- except for that one love they might have. I think the games have generally gotten better over time and a lot of the hate I hear on these forums and elsewhere seems rather petty to me.

    Anyway, with those caveats out of the way, here are some awesome mmos to enjoy:

    DDO: amazing character customization and a true D&D feel- awesome game.
    NWO: has this great Diablo-like feel, amazing atmosphere and one of the best combat systems in any mmo I've played
    FF14: I have actually never lasted beyond the beginning levels, but I would definitely choose to play this over WoW. It looks amazing, has some interesting mechanics and there is just something magical about it - I wish they made a regular FF rpg in that world!
    BDO: loved the crafting systems, the nodes, beautiful graphics/world, masterpiece.
    GW2: one of my favorite games, I mainly played the spvp, but the other areas of the game are also fun, the world is filled with interesting this to discover, and the combat/animations are top notch.
    Archage: pity about the p2w antics, but what seemed outrageous then has been normalised these days. 
    Tera: why play WoW when I could be killing BAMs?
    ESO: great crafting system, immersive world, deep character customization and gearing system, good combat and best RvR currently on the market. 

    There are probably more, but I can't be bothered typing and I know you don't really like any of these games anyway. 


    Better question: why play any of those over games like Warframe, MHO, or any number of smaller-group multiplayer games that do the combat these do, but better?  BDO may be the only one that has a combat system that isn't objectively inferior to what you can get in a non-MMORPG, and even then it's not a genre-defining feature.

    The rest offer little above and beyond mere multiplayer with shittier combat systems than their non-MMORPG counterparts, or force the player to endure the most classic of shit shops to play them.  GW2 has a nice world quest system that can result in your joining the zerg and the cash shop isn't at the level of, say, ArcheAge, but no more meaningful interaction than these zone trains occurs with any regularity between players.  Why would I play that and endure the cash shop shenanigans on top of it when I can just play another genre that does what those try to do (because they mostly left the massively part behind long ago) but better in most ways?
    The MMORPG I play has superb combat. It's without a doubt one of the game's strongest points. I've compared it to a martial art or even golf in terms of opportunity for finesse; it's highly sensitive to and rewarding for player skill.

    I prefer the MMORPG nature of the game for the emergent narratives which arise, threads of which can sometimes stretch over years.

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  • MadFrenchieMadFrenchie Member LegendaryPosts: 8,483
    YashaX said:
    YashaX said:
    Kyleran said:
    YashaX said:
    I find it hard to understand why anyone would choose to play WoW considering there are so many better options out there even among mmos.
    Please name some. I haven't seen a decent MMO choice out there outside of EVE in over 15 years now.


    OK. Below are some great mmos that I would play over WoW, because each has something that is really unique and interesting that I find more appealing than what is on offer in WoW. Note I still think WoW is a great game, I just would opt to play any of these before WoW.

    Also I don't seem to be as jaded as some of the posters here who seem to think mmos all suck these days- except for that one love they might have. I think the games have generally gotten better over time and a lot of the hate I hear on these forums and elsewhere seems rather petty to me.

    Anyway, with those caveats out of the way, here are some awesome mmos to enjoy:

    DDO: amazing character customization and a true D&D feel- awesome game.
    NWO: has this great Diablo-like feel, amazing atmosphere and one of the best combat systems in any mmo I've played
    FF14: I have actually never lasted beyond the beginning levels, but I would definitely choose to play this over WoW. It looks amazing, has some interesting mechanics and there is just something magical about it - I wish they made a regular FF rpg in that world!
    BDO: loved the crafting systems, the nodes, beautiful graphics/world, masterpiece.
    GW2: one of my favorite games, I mainly played the spvp, but the other areas of the game are also fun, the world is filled with interesting this to discover, and the combat/animations are top notch.
    Archage: pity about the p2w antics, but what seemed outrageous then has been normalised these days. 
    Tera: why play WoW when I could be killing BAMs?
    ESO: great crafting system, immersive world, deep character customization and gearing system, good combat and best RvR currently on the market. 

    There are probably more, but I can't be bothered typing and I know you don't really like any of these games anyway. 


    Better question: why play any of those over games like Warframe, MHO, or any number of smaller-group multiplayer games that do the combat these do, but better?  BDO may be the only one that has a combat system that isn't objectively inferior to what you can get in a non-MMORPG, and even then it's not a genre-defining feature.

    The rest offer little above and beyond mere multiplayer with shittier combat systems than their non-MMORPG counterparts, or force the player to endure the most classic of shit shops to play them.  GW2 has a nice world quest system that can result in your joining the zerg and the cash shop isn't at the level of, say, ArcheAge, but no more meaningful interaction than these zone trains occurs with any regularity between players.  Why would I play that and endure the cash shop shenanigans on top of it when I can just play another genre that does what those try to do (because they mostly left the massively part behind long ago) but better in most ways?

    That sounds like a question for a different thread, but there are certainly major differences between mmos and small-group multiplayer games in terms of persistence and social aspects, and none of them have RvR as far as I know which is the main reason I play mmos.

    Also, I would play single player games over those you mentioned anyway if we were going to go down that path. For example I'd much rather player Dragons Dogma than Warframe.
    The only persistence missing is the game world itself, which has since been cut up into multiple copies of a game world in pretty much every modern MMORPG.  Social aspects have been cut or mitigated to the point you end up in the same boat: queue and wait.  MMORPGs have done a poor job encouraging anything else.

    I've all but returned to singleplayer and smaller-group multiplayer because the MMORPG scene does little these days to encourage anything beyond auction listings and queue pops.  The auction listings don't, an MMORPG, make, and the queue pops can be had elsewhere with more enjoyable combat.


    The genre is becoming increasingly irrelevant by trying to compete with these other genres at their own game, so to speak.
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  • summerstringssummerstrings Member UncommonPosts: 69
    "What in the Hell are you playing" . That sounds like you are almost angry and getting confrontational that people are choosing to play a different game to you , it might have been better to phrase the question differently . 

    I can tell you the reasons I am not playing World of Warcraft firstly it's too streamlined for me to get the kind of challenge I am looking for in the game and secondly its community is full of antisocial angry and confrontational people .  
  • ScotScot Member LegendaryPosts: 11,618
    I say if you are enjoying WoW keep on playing it, get what you can out of it before Activision makes it a MMORPG you do not want to play.

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  • ultimateduckultimateduck Member UncommonPosts: 195
    I think we're just spoiled, as odd as that may seem.  All the games you loved when you began getting into MMOs are still there, with a few exceptions (SWG :'( ). All the newer games have something to offer, for at least a short term, and most are free in some form so you aren't in it for much if you quit. 

    When I started playing MMOs, it was AC, UO and EQ... that's it.  When DAoC came out and it was revolutionary (and still is as far as I'm concerned).  WoW came along and showed that an MMO could be very profitable.  Now we have dozens of games to chose from, both new and old.

    Play what you love.
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  • YashaXYashaX Member EpicPosts: 2,403
    YashaX said:
    YashaX said:
    Kyleran said:
    YashaX said:
    I find it hard to understand why anyone would choose to play WoW considering there are so many better options out there even among mmos.
    Please name some. I haven't seen a decent MMO choice out there outside of EVE in over 15 years now.


    OK. Below are some great mmos that I would play over WoW, because each has something that is really unique and interesting that I find more appealing than what is on offer in WoW. Note I still think WoW is a great game, I just would opt to play any of these before WoW.

    Also I don't seem to be as jaded as some of the posters here who seem to think mmos all suck these days- except for that one love they might have. I think the games have generally gotten better over time and a lot of the hate I hear on these forums and elsewhere seems rather petty to me.

    Anyway, with those caveats out of the way, here are some awesome mmos to enjoy:

    DDO: amazing character customization and a true D&D feel- awesome game.
    NWO: has this great Diablo-like feel, amazing atmosphere and one of the best combat systems in any mmo I've played
    FF14: I have actually never lasted beyond the beginning levels, but I would definitely choose to play this over WoW. It looks amazing, has some interesting mechanics and there is just something magical about it - I wish they made a regular FF rpg in that world!
    BDO: loved the crafting systems, the nodes, beautiful graphics/world, masterpiece.
    GW2: one of my favorite games, I mainly played the spvp, but the other areas of the game are also fun, the world is filled with interesting this to discover, and the combat/animations are top notch.
    Archage: pity about the p2w antics, but what seemed outrageous then has been normalised these days. 
    Tera: why play WoW when I could be killing BAMs?
    ESO: great crafting system, immersive world, deep character customization and gearing system, good combat and best RvR currently on the market. 

    There are probably more, but I can't be bothered typing and I know you don't really like any of these games anyway. 


    Better question: why play any of those over games like Warframe, MHO, or any number of smaller-group multiplayer games that do the combat these do, but better?  BDO may be the only one that has a combat system that isn't objectively inferior to what you can get in a non-MMORPG, and even then it's not a genre-defining feature.

    The rest offer little above and beyond mere multiplayer with shittier combat systems than their non-MMORPG counterparts, or force the player to endure the most classic of shit shops to play them.  GW2 has a nice world quest system that can result in your joining the zerg and the cash shop isn't at the level of, say, ArcheAge, but no more meaningful interaction than these zone trains occurs with any regularity between players.  Why would I play that and endure the cash shop shenanigans on top of it when I can just play another genre that does what those try to do (because they mostly left the massively part behind long ago) but better in most ways?

    That sounds like a question for a different thread, but there are certainly major differences between mmos and small-group multiplayer games in terms of persistence and social aspects, and none of them have RvR as far as I know which is the main reason I play mmos.

    Also, I would play single player games over those you mentioned anyway if we were going to go down that path. For example I'd much rather player Dragons Dogma than Warframe.
    The only persistence missing is the game world itself, which has since been cut up into multiple copies of a game world in pretty much every modern MMORPG.  Social aspects have been cut or mitigated to the point you end up in the same boat: queue and wait.  MMORPGs have done a poor job encouraging anything else.

    I've all but returned to singleplayer and smaller-group multiplayer because the MMORPG scene does little these days to encourage anything beyond auction listings and queue pops.  The auction listings don't, an MMORPG, make, and the queue pops can be had elsewhere with more enjoyable combat.


    The genre is becoming increasingly irrelevant by trying to compete with these other genres at their own game, so to speak.
    It sounds like you have a bad case of half-empty glass syndrome.

    It can be frustrating when you start out and are guildless and friendless, but contrary to what you claim above there are plenty of opportunities in most mmos to hook up with other people.

    Hell I popped into GW2 a few weeks back at some ungodly hour and in the space of a few minutes someone was chatting with me and took me on a tour through a WvW map. In the main mmo I play I get to play with other people all the time. 

    Was there some golden era where people would just start sucking your cock when you logged in or something?
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  • Moxom914Moxom914 Member UncommonPosts: 699
    i play red dead 2, destiny 2, spiderman, assassins creed, tomb raider.....kinda done with the mmo scene. still read up on e in case something peeks my interest.

  • PalebanePalebane Member RarePosts: 3,622
    edited January 15
    YashaX said: Was there some golden era where people would just start sucking your cock when you logged in or something?
    Actually, yes. Especially if you were the main healer, lol.
    ScorchienKyleran

    Vault-Tec analysts have concluded that the odds of worldwide nuclear armaggeddon this decade are 17,143,762... to 1.

  • Warhawke80Warhawke80 Member UncommonPosts: 199
    I dunno ...anything other than the complete and utter train wreck that is wow?
    NorseGod
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