Questing the Levels Away

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3 Responses

  1. ogrebears says:

    I don’t mind the quest, and i don’t think most people mind having a ton of solo quest. I think the problem is that right now doing solo quest you can gain a full 100% in 3 to 4 hour. While in the same amount of time grouping you barely would get 10-15% of exp for the same amount of time. If the xp between the 2 was closer than it is now i think people wouldn’t be complaining as much

  2. Tipa says:

    I’m on Cuppy’s channel as my bard, Dina, or my bruiser, Winterwing. She inherited Dina’s channels yesterday.

    Note that I find questing boring, so I take long breaks when I solo to go read books, or watch TV, or play Guitar Hero, or play with the cat. Non-group content just doesn’t engage me that much :/ So just because I am in the channel, doesn’t mean I’m at the keyboard 😛

  3. Epok says:

    I love quests. But I don’t like to solo, at least not on my main, a Guardian. The problem is not to force people to quest, I mean I don’t need to mention the name of the game we are talking about :P. The problem is that people are “forced” to solo.

    Of course no one is forced to do anything, but grouping together to do solo quests is a bit odd and always feels like a waste of time and resources for me. The same goes for dungeon crawls when at the same time you can watch people solo and get up to x3 the exp you get in a full group in a contested dunegon…

    But I guess all these arguments are well communicated and discussed. Even Gallenite replied on another blog and defended their decision. The only question remains, why the heck did they do it LOL. To quote another forum poster: “If I wanted to play WoW I would cancel EQ2 and play WoW” 😛

    Anyways enough negativity. RoK still rocks if you play a class that can solo well and I only hope the next expansion will be a bit more balanced in the group vs. solo aspect on the way to the next cap.