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Discussion: New PvMP Map Concept

  1. #1
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    juillet 2011
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    327

    New PvMP Map Concept

    Hey Devs.

    Look at this.







    No Outposts No Keeps No Delving Buffs

    Also remove Audacity.

    Also remove Comm Cap now since farmers are being banned from this point on.

    Thanks.
    Dernière modification par Gottapee ; 29/08/2013 à 11h33.

  2. #2
    Date d'inscription
    août 2011
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    In Rainbows
    Messages
    345
    Not enough room, sure the mines and lc are worthless, but at least they are some easy infamy. I don't think so.
    But unicorns would be an excellent addition.
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  3. #3
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    juillet 2011
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    327
    Citation Envoyé par Grumpisaw Voir le message
    Not enough room, sure the mines and lc are worthless, but at least they are some easy infamy. I don't think so.
    But unicorns would be an excellent addition.


    Adjusted to your liking!

  4. #4
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    juin 2010
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    Wales, UK
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    1 866
    So you think making the Moors incredibly small, and bland, would solve its problems? Well yes, I suppose you *can* stop a rodent problem by nuking your house, but that doesn't make it a good solution.

    And yeah, let's remove Audacity. I was beginning to miss being greybarred by Burglars and LMs, it's about time that came back.
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  5. #5
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    juillet 2011
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    327
    Citation Envoyé par Nyrion Voir le message
    So you think making the Moors incredibly small, and bland, would solve its problems? Well yes, I suppose you *can* stop a rodent problem by nuking your house, but that doesn't make it a good solution.

    And yeah, let's remove Audacity. I was beginning to miss being greybarred by Burglars and LMs, it's about time that came back.
    Solve it's problems? Are you dumb? I'm not solving anything, it's just a new map.

    You want to solve the problem of the Moors? Remove the Moors completely or stop playing.

    This entire thread is so serious business, back to warg packing with Asht&friends to gank solo's for you Barkolomew.

    (Loved that bit in Goold's video where you all 3v1 pounced him and he still killed you)

  6. #6
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    juin 2011
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    Citation Envoyé par Gottapee Voir le message
    it's just a new map.
    You want to solve the problem of the Moors? Remove the Moors completely or stop playing.

    Citation Envoyé par Gottapee Voir le message
    Are you dumb?
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  7. #7
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    décembre 2008
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    Portland, OR
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    465
    Citation Envoyé par Gottapee Voir le message
    Solve it's problems? Are you dumb? I'm not solving anything, it's just a new map.

    You want to solve the problem of the Moors? Remove the Moors completely or stop playing.

    This entire thread is so serious business, back to warg packing with Asht&friends to gank solo's for you Barkolomew.

    (Loved that bit in Goold's video where you all 3v1 pounced him and he still killed you)
    this thread is approved.
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  8. #8
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    août 2011
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    In Rainbows
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    345
    I know it's a long thread, but it has some quite solid ideas for a new PvMP zone. Approve this, it's much more of a complete thought, just add unicorns and it would be perfect.

    https://www.lotro.com/forums/showthr...518188-If-only
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  9. #9
    Date d'inscription
    juin 2011
    Localisation
    England. north-west
    Messages
    2 685
    your just drawing a map?

    it doesnt matter what the map looks like, it's what on it.

    a big open land is boring. you need lodes of aspects. for example but not limited too:

    obsticals - things that stand out in open zones like tree's or rocks so fighting near can disrupt ranged classes and level playing feild at times. they can be used for all sorts and levels of how much they are around can really chanage a battle. compare fighting in lumber camp tree's to rocks in TR feilds to the open bit in TR feilds.

    bottle neck - open end and losing end can really slow down attackers and be the place of huge battles. it makes aoe classes more potent and really challanges players with choices of running it or not. there normally great for the defending side (open end) while attackers struggle to get past the thinnest part.

    one way paths - this can be as simple as a drop way or a wall you can only jump over one side. this is great way to give players choices of how to attack and move around area's. this is rarest seen in moors yet can be crucial to FPS games to break a good turtling defensive team. this does work well in MMO's though and should be seen more of to have serious choices about your paths, and not always breaking your legs when jumping down.

    tunnles / 2 way paths - very linier paths that only allow players to go 2 ways in a tightish gap. the bit between lug and grams is an example of this very loosly. it can be good, but should be one of the least used as play can turn very ping pong if the sides are balanced too fairly. this works well with one way paths going into it.

    blind corners - keeps do this a lot. anything could be around the corner. it's kinda broke because we can select people around them, but it still causes issues to ranged classes and adds some serious depth in fighting and allows for some great counter attacks.

    safe zones - there are a few types of, completely safe (like GY's), camps/keeps that shelter you less and places that don't hold NPC's but gives the defending player an advantage of routes (use of one way paths). lotro has this a little, but NPC's are the weakest they've even been and storming a keep is easier than ever, especially for freeps. these NEED to be far apart, other wise people will hop to quickly between them and hug too much. some othe elements lotro arn't using are healing/buffs in certain area's (we kinda have them, but not enough and all are tied next to NPC's). this could be as simple as having the outposts buff just within certain area's to have an advantage over, not just a general "all the map" buff.

    landscape hazards - water, mobs that attack both sides and cliffs is what lotro mainly uses. it lets you have open area's but paths imbetween the obsticals. if you want to go faster but more dangerous, you can. it allows for some depth and is one of the best punishments that can be used if you don't like your players running away from each other. a zigzag path up a mountin gives a much higher chance that defenders can push back than just a straight path backwards. but at the same time, we don't have fall damage. so it would be interesting to see more of these used around the place.

    clear feilds - not even hills tbh. nothing to hide behind and nothing to use. just man to man fights here. we have some nice ones tbh, can't complain and no need to explain.

    high ways - we know where they are in lotro, but there a big part of the PvP games. having a fast track to certain places is nice. but I've seen this done better. for example "paths" buff out of combat players with +20% riding and run speed. it instantly makes them super useful, but prone to attacks... with the vast distance some creeps/freeps travel for fights, this can make one of the worst bits about moors (travling) not so boring. having more little skirmishes and putting fear into players using the main roads or not.

    cross raods - it sounds stupid, but busy cross roads can make battles. tol is just one big cross road tbh. imagen removing the keep there and just having clear roads? the battles you would get there would be epic! lotro has removed most of them and most people smarter to not using main paths. but adding this with blind corners and hazrds off the road, you can get some surprising large battles that can end quickly.

    take the time and expand your map and put in what you want from each area and how you would segment them. thats the real challange of map making, not just an overhead picture, that almost explains nothing...
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  10. #10
    Date d'inscription
    novembre 2010
    Messages
    213

    ?

    Citation Envoyé par bohbashum Voir le message
    your just drawing a map?

    it doesnt matter what the map looks like, it's what on it.

    a big open land is boring. you need lodes of aspects. for example but not limited too:

    obsticals - things that stand out in open zones like tree's or rocks so fighting near can disrupt ranged classes and level playing feild at times. they can be used for all sorts and levels of how much they are around can really chanage a battle. compare fighting in lumber camp tree's to rocks in TR feilds to the open bit in TR feilds.

    bottle neck - open end and losing end can really slow down attackers and be the place of huge battles. it makes aoe classes more potent and really challanges players with choices of running it or not. there normally great for the defending side (open end) while attackers struggle to get past the thinnest part.

    one way paths - this can be as simple as a drop way or a wall you can only jump over one side. this is great way to give players choices of how to attack and move around area's. this is rarest seen in moors yet can be crucial to FPS games to break a good turtling defensive team. this does work well in MMO's though and should be seen more of to have serious choices about your paths, and not always breaking your legs when jumping down.

    tunnles / 2 way paths - very linier paths that only allow players to go 2 ways in a tightish gap. the bit between lug and grams is an example of this very loosly. it can be good, but should be one of the least used as play can turn very ping pong if the sides are balanced too fairly. this works well with one way paths going into it.

    blind corners - keeps do this a lot. anything could be around the corner. it's kinda broke because we can select people around them, but it still causes issues to ranged classes and adds some serious depth in fighting and allows for some great counter attacks.

    safe zones - there are a few types of, completely safe (like GY's), camps/keeps that shelter you less and places that don't hold NPC's but gives the defending player an advantage of routes (use of one way paths). lotro has this a little, but NPC's are the weakest they've even been and storming a keep is easier than ever, especially for freeps. these NEED to be far apart, other wise people will hop to quickly between them and hug too much. some othe elements lotro arn't using are healing/buffs in certain area's (we kinda have them, but not enough and all are tied next to NPC's). this could be as simple as having the outposts buff just within certain area's to have an advantage over, not just a general "all the map" buff.

    landscape hazards - water, mobs that attack both sides and cliffs is what lotro mainly uses. it lets you have open area's but paths imbetween the obsticals. if you want to go faster but more dangerous, you can. it allows for some depth and is one of the best punishments that can be used if you don't like your players running away from each other. a zigzag path up a mountin gives a much higher chance that defenders can push back than just a straight path backwards. but at the same time, we don't have fall damage. so it would be interesting to see more of these used around the place.

    clear feilds - not even hills tbh. nothing to hide behind and nothing to use. just man to man fights here. we have some nice ones tbh, can't complain and no need to explain.

    high ways - we know where they are in lotro, but there a big part of the PvP games. having a fast track to certain places is nice. but I've seen this done better. for example "paths" buff out of combat players with +20% riding and run speed. it instantly makes them super useful, but prone to attacks... with the vast distance some creeps/freeps travel for fights, this can make one of the worst bits about moors (travling) not so boring. having more little skirmishes and putting fear into players using the main roads or not.

    cross raods - it sounds stupid, but busy cross roads can make battles. tol is just one big cross road tbh. imagen removing the keep there and just having clear roads? the battles you would get there would be epic! lotro has removed most of them and most people smarter to not using main paths. but adding this with blind corners and hazrds off the road, you can get some surprising large battles that can end quickly.

    take the time and expand your map and put in what you want from each area and how you would segment them. thats the real challange of map making, not just an overhead picture, that almost explains nothing...
    Lotro when are you hiring this guy again?
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  11. #11
    Date d'inscription
    mai 2007
    Messages
    11
    They promised it 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 times.....k cant keep going. You get the picture.


    Good ole Lotro!

  12. #12
    Date d'inscription
    février 2012
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    Wisconsin
    Messages
    23
    Citation Envoyé par stormshadowking Voir le message
    Lotro when are you hiring this guy again?
    I agree, all great ideas. However....this is an MMORPG with tab targeting, you simply can't get as much tactical superiority as you could with other systems, such as FPS or "action combat." I personally love lotro PVP and I always will. We have our flaws, all systems do, but let's face it--we all keep coming back.

    -Edit: The original poster had a terrible idea with the map change....
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  13. #13
    Date d'inscription
    novembre 2010
    Messages
    894
    New map?

    Pin her down..we'll get some lipstick on her yet.

  14. #14
    Date d'inscription
    avril 2011
    Localisation
    Lothlorien
    Messages
    1 708
    Citation Envoyé par Grumpisaw Voir le message
    Not enough room, sure the mines and lc are worthless, but at least they are some easy infamy. I don't think so.
    But unicorns would be an excellent addition.
    Citation Envoyé par Gottapee Voir le message


    Adjusted to your liking!
    I found these two posts thoroughly amusing.
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  15. #15
    Date d'inscription
    février 2013
    Localisation
    Grothum
    Messages
    387

    Thumbs up

    Well pleased with this thread. More of this! \o/
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  16. #16
    Date d'inscription
    mars 2010
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    PNW
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    333
    ..What would this accomplish other than making pvmp more boring? Forcing people to fight in the same tiny space over and over isn't fun nor would it help much of anything, I like having a bigger map, more places to fight, more places to randomly encounter people, you can send out scouts to certain areas...This tiny map seems like it would take away every dynamic and make everything a rvr that went back and forth between GV and grams. Essentially making the whole map a rez circle camp.
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  17. #17
    Date d'inscription
    août 2011
    Localisation
    In Rainbows
    Messages
    345
    Again, I must point you towards the thread I linked a few posts up, it would be much more interesting than the current pvmp zone.
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  18. #18
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    juin 2011
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    Citation Envoyé par OruiFarimur Voir le message
    ...
    You, my friend, have just been trolled.

    Lol at all other serious comments on the OP
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