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7-01-2009 @ 9:49PM
Now if only Blizzard would do what FFXI and Freerealms does for characters (Job switching). I get tired of doing the same things over and over again for all my characters. It would be nice if I could just have one core character and switch her jobs around and level whatever job I was in the mood to play at the time.So... tired...of...getting...achievments...over...again...
7-01-2009 @ 11:49PM
I'd actually like that. My roommate played FFXI from some friends back home and it seemed like such a good idea. I've never played so I don't know if they have specs for the different classes which necessitates the need for role switching.
7-02-2009 @ 1:14AM
@epsilon343: There is something akin to a spec in FFXI, however its not available until your job of choice hits level cap. They're called merit points, and they are a royal pain in the arse to collect to use to upgrade (you can toggle the ability to gain merits on and off through the interface, and for every 10,000 experience points you gain with the ability on, you gain 1 merit point. You spend it in specific categories through another interface window, but should you decide to remove points from a category after you've spent them, they're gone forever. It's not like WoW where you can spend the same talent points however many times you decide to re-spec). I played FFXI for 5 years. There's a reason why I'm playing WoW these days instead. :P
7-02-2009 @ 8:04AM
THERE HAS BEEN RUMORS AND WHISPERS OF ALL ALTS STARTING AT 55, AND IT TAKES LIKE A WEEK TO GET A NEW TOON TO 80, YOU CAN PRETTY MUCH PLAY WHATEVER YOU WANT FAIRLY EASILY, AND THAT WOULD GET TOO MUCH FLAVOR OF THE MONTH GOING ON.wE CANT ALL BE RET PALLY'S DK TANKS AND RESTO DRUIDS, CAN WE?
7-03-2009 @ 9:42AM
Cruise control for cool.
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