It Takes Two To Tango #TSW #TheSecretWorld

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  1. bhagpuss says:

    I love TSW but I do wish they’d tone down the horror and turn up the conspiracy theory. There are parts of the main Templar storyline later on that I really found unpleasant and disturbing. Not inappropriate, but too horrific for my tastes.

    Apparently the Funcom suggested Decks are mediocre at best and people who know what they are doing only do them for the appearance gear you get for completing them. I gave up halfway on the first one i tried and had much better success using a build of my own devising, and I have no clue what I am doing!

    Overall I like Egypt best although the general standard is high. Be interested to hear what you make of Blue Mountain, which is a real stumbling-block for many.

  2. pkudude99 says:

    I started playing TSW this past Wednesday myself, and I find myself enjoying it. I’m not a fan of the horror genre, and there are some missions that are incredibly dark, which I don’t care for, but overall I’m having an absolute blast — I keep losing track of time when I play it, so that’s a good sign. I just got out of the game right now and it’s 2:30 am, when I’d intended to play until midnight. Yikes!

    I haven’t even looked at any decks. I saw a self-regen’ing solo AE build on the forums that I thought looked pretty sweet, and I’m about 2/3 of the way to it on number of skills purchased. As far as the number of raw AP’s needed, well…. yeah, I’ve got a ways to go yet. My story line wants me to go to Blue Mountain now, but I’ve still got quite a few quests in the Scarred Coast that I want to check out before I do.

    I figured I’d enjoy the game, but I didn’t figure I’d enjoy it as much as I am. Very pleasantly surprised.

  3. Akely says:

    I’m a huge horror fan, but I think the MMO genre suits horror very poorly. Regardless I will try the game when I get the time, and there is a trial available.