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@Torval Couldn't help myself and picked up prime. My mages name is "MrLobster", feel free to add me anyone playing.Torval said:I'm defiant. My character is an Eth Mage - Ruvan.
At 20 I moved over to Stonefield rifts and they were dropping a ton more planarite since I wasn't so overleveled. I got harbinger unlocked, a third role slot, and am working on a Jedi build (harb/chloro/elem) for rifts and overland questing.
Guardians and Defiants seem very much alike having played both. I like Defiant better because clockwork magicka is cooler than sci-fi mysticism. That's how I see defiants and guardians.
edit: I did make a guardian rogue, but I've not played him yet. I'm not sure what I'm going to do with that slot. I have my hands full with the main right now.
That actually seems more reasonable than I originally thought. I might give it a shot now, but atm playing FF15 and really don't have the time. Hoping that this server doesn't disappear before I get a chance to play it.Athisar said:2000 wouldn't take long. I've only closed a few rifts and have over 300 at level 14. Obviously as you get higher level you earn more too. At a guess by mid 20s.How long would it take to get 2000 of that currency? Is it something that can be accomplished quickly. Or is it something you have to grind at cap? I have no interest in playing ranged mage, so if I have to play one to cap to play my spec of choice, I suppose i'll pass for now.Dragnelus said:
My parents were the same. Except for Chemistry instead of computers. At least at first. Now computers are my hobby and Chemistry is my chosen field I studied in University.MadFrenchie said:I started playing DAoC with my mother's CC when I was like 14. So yea lol.If box prices and subs kept kids out of online games. I would only buy those types of games. But as anyone who has played an mmo before. That just isn't true at all.dream402 said:the problem with buy to play and subs are that kids in school wont be able to play parents see mmorpgs as just games and wont spend or give much cash to spend on them free to play is good i deal as long as its done right kids then can play the games then spend there allowance in the cash shop same as adults with a tight wallet but most mmorpgs that are free to play go overboard on the greed factor ive not seen many done right but there are a few out there we need a few more free to play mmorpgs that might try to do it the right way so that the rest can feel ashamed of themselves
She paid for it because it taught me a lot about hardware and software (I basically took my mom's HP, I think, and started adding gaming parts). She saw the writing on the wall with electronics and society in general. Love that woman.