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11-10-2011 @ 7:09PM
Honestly, the secrets of my survival have been, In order...RIFTLOTROCoVGW1EQ2 NWN (re-launched my persistant world for bored guildies)aaaaand...Re-subbing to WoW just in time for 4.3.... but still on "ugliness strike" until the patch itself drops (I started this strike when transmog was announced: I refused to kill another thing not related to farming transmog gear until I could look cool doing it).If there's one thing that "making the rounds" has taught me, it's WoW's advantages in design and gameplay... for now. ;)
11-10-2011 @ 10:18PM
Allods Online is free, and very entertaining (extremely long download, though, if I recall correctly).Warhammer: Age of Reckoning is also a good diversion from WoW, free to play for 10 levels, and decent world PvP at around level 10 (when there's pretty much nothing to do that isn't world PvP, or that won't involve world PvP). I will be very interested to see what Warhammer 40K Online looks like someday, in that random promised future, when I probably won't care anymore... Kind of sorry to hear that Khorne is supposed to be the sponsor of the Chaos faction (instead of Tzeentch, as in Age of Reckoning), but whatever. Can't wait to see the classes they roll out...
11-11-2011 @ 12:44AM
I used to enjoy Allods Online - until they implemented the cursed item crap. I don't know if they've since fixed it, but it was so terrible that they literally lost about 75% (no, I'm not exaggerating) of their user base in a week! I'm willing to give them another chance, though...well, maybe...
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