Based on the amount of popups, this box is a real success.
Rich players can get their Druid, complete their clothes/mounts book "easily",
Other players have more possibilities to buy these items with their in-game gold,
Ndoors is making a lot of mo…
AO is particular as you're playing 9 characters at the same time, so it's harder to build a clear interface.
Ndoors improved it a bit since the beta (more colors, inventory filtering, better fonts), but the interface still is a mess.
Originally posted by ElykDraw
While I enjoyed the game, it became thoroughly frustrating to have your strategy ruined at random with nerf bats. Have things become more stable? I don't mind meta games in the community, I'm just wondering about deve…
About the "friendly" aspect, I had the same feeling when I started the game, but realized later it was pretty artificial.
Indeed, the large majority of players who give gifts and "offer" to be a mentor don't do it because they are friendly, but to o…
Originally posted by laokoko
Without a doubt. I shouldn't say none of the top pvpers use item mall. Just saying majority don't.
I'd even say a minority, in particular the "new" top pvpers.
It becomes harder and harder to catch up the best player…
Unfortunately, if you're starting Atlantica now, you must be prepared to solo until level 90+.
The three main reasons are:
- The game is more than 1 year old, and low level players are "rare" ;
- Leveling by itself is pretty fast until 95 ;
- Low l…
I agree with trancejeremy.
In most MMORPGs you need levels and good gear to be competitive.
With P2Ps you only need time (grind / quests / raids).
With F2P you also need time, but using cash shop reduces this time (exp bonus, equipement...).
It's obviously a good thing that Ndoors USA increases the communication with their customers, it was pretty chaotic until today.
However, I'm quite sceptical about the "suggestion" threads/polls and players' expectations. Less than one hundred pla…
The AOP (Atlantica Online Players) fansite isn't updated anymore.
However, the "database" part (items, monsters, dungeons, mercenaries, etc) is moved on Atlantica-db (www.atlantica-db.com).
Information are very reliable and updated after each p…