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I don't agree that it "should be an option".Golelorn said:You can level in ESO in less than 2 days hard play to 50. Of course, a new player can't do that - you need resources. But what game can a new player level to max quickly? And... I do agree with you. Leveling faster should be an option in ESO. I do find it tiresome. Buts its the genre.. not the game.
Also, do not forget. Once at 50 you do not have to regrind CP.
And if you think a max CP toon should be had quickly.... wow. CP is better than gear in ESO. A naked 660 CP toon is stronger than a max gear CP 160 toon.
Are you seriously crusading against this game vicariously through other people's posts?Aragon100 said:
Jordizzle - Went to a shardfall today, came across another player who attacked and killed me with one shot while I was halfway dead from fighting a golem. That costed me 2k to get my equipment back from the ransom system. Not a big deal for me as I've built up some gold through the many releases. .So I then tried to take this player head on after I resurrected, (because I always have to know if I could win in an actual fair situation or not). . and died in 2 spells this time. Lost another 1k getting my items back from the ransom system.
That's a gross over-simplification.Jean-Luc_Picard said:But many just don't. The game is still there, but they don't play it. Go figure.Nilden said:I know this may sound crazy but if people enjoyed playing a game years ago and still enjoy playing it today, they might just enjoy playing the game. No nostalgia needed.
... and, to repeat myself, I don't see that as a problem.
The option was open to anyone with the wherewithal and desire to buy into it at that level...which, by the way, does not require one to be "rich" to do so.
A PS4 with a game can still approach $500. A 1TB XBone can cost $499 by itself. An NVidia GTX1070 (nevermind a 1080) can go for up to $600... A whole PC can cost $1k and much higher.
Are you suggesting that all those things are targeted only toward rich people? By your logic, they must be.
Would you argue that someone capable of earning the funds to build a new gaming PC, or buy a mdoern gaming console wouldn't be also able to accrue the $500 needed for a higher-tier plot/house in SoTA if they so wished? Your logic about "$500+ = Rich people" would seem to indicate so. Yet it doesn't bear out at all in reality, just like everything else you've said.