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7-24-2009 @ 2:27PM
Mementos/trophies for the houses could easily be tied to Achievements, giving them yet another purpose besides just epeen.
7-24-2009 @ 2:43PM
How does a physical representation of your "achievement" stop if from having something to do with epeen?
7-24-2009 @ 2:56PM
Having a physical representation gives you something BESIDES just going "Hey, I have a lot of points!" It gives you something in game to show besides a meaningless number. Maybe epeen wasn't the right choice of word, but I think the meaning was gotten by most.
7-24-2009 @ 3:20PM
But the end effect is the exact same: Pizels representing that you did something. Hell...the achievements already have pictures attached to them. So, a 3d model of a picture is any different?I guess we'll just have to agree to disagree...
7-24-2009 @ 3:28PM
Everything in the game is just pixels representing you did something. Why are we playing this game? It's all pixels! My life is meaningless!I'm just saying... it'd be nice if there was more in-game stuff tied to Achievements, and "trophies" for personal or guild housing would be a good way to do it.
7-24-2009 @ 3:48PM
Like I said...we'll just have to agree to disagree.Everything in this game is not just "pixels." The effort you put in to attaining an achievment and the fun you have while doing so is very real. That's why I'm playing the game. For the fun I have between each achievement pop-up.Once that part is over though, any "display" of that achievement, be it a number, a picture, or a 3d model is indeed pixels. THAT'S the part that isn't important to me. It's fine that you think a trophy would be a cooler way of displaying that. I don't.We've veered far away from the original point of my first reply, though. I'm not trying to down your idea. I just didn't understand your stated reasoning for your idea.Sorry if I've offended you. I'm really not trying to. Just discussing my own opinions.
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