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12-13-2011 @ 1:24PM
"More voices in more places"This is one feature I hear the most complaints about. During the beta, on the general Chanel I saw someone complaining "how do I just get the quest without all this "stupid" story stuff".It blows my mind that people are complaining that there is too much story in a RPG. I guess it might get a little tedious the 3rd, 4th or 5th time through, but you are playing a RPG for the story...right?Anyway, love swtor, got my pre-order early access email this morning and cant wait till after work to play some more. But I'm pretty sure I'll still be playing WoW.
12-13-2011 @ 1:38PM
Because, just like in WoW, the people who view it as an RPG will be outnumbered by everyone else. I'm on a TOR RP server myself, but I have no illusions it'll turn out differently than the WoW RP servers, ultimately.
12-13-2011 @ 1:47PM
@Ringo swtor-rp.comThe SWTOR roleplaying community was planning on having one "super server" where all roleplayers go, so I was going to try that.
12-13-2011 @ 3:02PM
Because to them, it's not a "role-playing" game, it's just a game. They have their "toon", which is merely a playing piece, like a plastic pawn; and they'll move that piece across the board that is the game world, accumulating gold and xp and phat lewt to make it more powerful and badass, until they reach the level cap or whatever their personal victory condition is. Then they'll move on to the next toon, or the next game...
12-13-2011 @ 3:30PM
I wonder which server that is, Oteo. My wife and I were assigned to Vrook Lamar, a PVE-RP server.
12-14-2011 @ 12:02AM
Lord Adraas, because it had the largest number of pre-made guilds deployed to it.
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