What's more depressing is people who are like "Keeps are useless to us lol, let's farm farm farm because renown is SO MUCH BETTER THAN FUN"
I fking hate everyone with that attitude
I'm certainly not heading to AoC or WAR anytime soon. They can spend a year ironing out their bugs and pvp balance issues and then maybe I'll give it a spin. The last thing I want to do, again, is invest a lot of time in some characters only to find the pvp system is gimped or the characters are pvp useless. Hopefully when the paid content release of LotR comes around this winter they will have fixed the pvp here and there will be some interesting pve twists.
[SIZE="2"][COLOR="Yellow"]I guarantee your level 65 r0 greenie BA will contribute more to your Creep raid than my level 2 Minstrel will contribute to my Freep raid. After all, both took about 5 seconds to create.[/COLOR][/size]
there is no pvp here, just keeps and alot of npc's that freeps/creeps rely on to force wipes of the other side and either consider it a roll or think they are farming
I love freep raids with koll leading them. They are amazing, and the most fun i've had in this game in ages.
Last night was a good laugh right before Thunderherald hit rank 7 (and congratulations to him on that!) and that sort of stuff I miss in the Ettenmoors. I just think it's more of the people that are there in the raids than the overall tactics.
When you have good people leading, and 23 other people listening, and everybody having a good time then the Ettenmoors can be great.
Now if only I can get that warrior title - creeps beware!
im too lazy to actually read anything in this thread, but i do have oen thing to say:
peace is so overrated
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Eruchin - Formerly of Nimrodel Server | Current Arkenstoner
it bothers me that burgs HIPS during a 1v1 combat when it doesn't go their way.. just bad form.
When the Delving came out some burg tried to gank me from Grams to DG on my BA. He wasn't very good and I would make it to the NPC's before he could kill me and he couldn't quite stand up to a few NPCs plus having me root/snare/DOT him. I think it would have been stupid of me to feed him renown and try and solo him and I felt good about getting away. I also think it was smart of him to leave until he could get an opportune moment. He called some freep friends to help but I made it to DG by then.
So my point is that you shouldn't expect other people to play by rules that a subset of players invent. The only real rule I have (or had) was that if you're grouping to support the group to the best of your ability. Even though I hate cross vent communication and flipping they aren't rules I cant expect others to adhere to.
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Pulling back to make another attack seems like a much smarter strategy than just sitting there and dying.
And yes that burg wasn't very good, but he was persistent. I'm sure with much more practice he's now ganking the hell out of newbie creeps.
If you accept a 1V1, fight for a while and then run away once you realize that you are screwed you are nothing more than a coward. there is no penalty, unless you are a R10 with 5stars and you get killed by a greenie with a zero rating your rating will not drop more than 10. It is disrespectful and cheap to deny your victorous opponent with well earned renown/infamy.
That is if you ACCEPT the 1v1, if you know that there is no way that you'll win and or dont feel like fighting then whatever, df hips or sprint away!
There is no penalty at all in this game at all. There is a minor repair bill (big deal), but no real incentive to survive. Stars mean nothing. If you were say to lose 10% of your wealth or drop your weapon or armour you were wearing or perhaps delevel then you would consider how cowardly living to the next fight really is. Who cares about starhugging. Why do people "hug stars"? Because it's a way to try and add value and merit to a meritless casual intramural style of pvp.
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