Most of which are bots I assume. This really angers me. We are dealing with what is most likely bots clogging up the queue and they are over there celebrating it. Maybe bots and RMTers were the target market all along. smdh
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The main reason is the non-existing solution to the bots. 60-75% bots, inflation off the roof and I just feel like I waste my time as bots are progressing faster and easier than myself.
And I'm going to be honest. If I notice that a game I'm interested in have this kind of honing system, I'm out. It's lazy. It's way too punishing. And it's overall just boring. You can compare it to the grind in World of Warcraft where a BIS drop is 1%, if you will, but that kind of system is so much better and more rewarding.
For some reason, bots seem to need some time to boot up after each maintenance and that's when you see more realistic Lost Ark population figures. Every Thursday in the first few hours after maintenance, the player numbers are around 200k. Then bot farms fire up their scripts and the numbers go back up to the 700k range.