What Are We Playing? #MMORPG

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  1. Ah, yes. Diplomacy is one of those amazing systems that make you feel almost ashamed for not diving into more. I barely scratched the surface, myself. Yet, it’s something that I look at from afar as being utterly amazing.

    I’ve played a good deal of it and even had a veteran walk me though step-by-step with understanding it, on an old, old alt, many years ago.

    I actually really still enjoy bumming around and doing different quests at Vanguard’s usual pace. My Dwarf is still only 21 or 22, so now teetering between group quests in and newer, but harger solo-quests around Silver Lake and Misthaven Crossing, or venturing outward form Renton Keep, all in Thestra.

    I actually have made some pretty good progress on crafting, after my initial hurdle and really opening up the “orders”(forgot the name of ‘em). I’ve done most of my crafting in Tursh so far.

    I have one really far off goal of getting a Fox-mount for my Dwarf. I think it’d suit him well. :)

    Great read!

  2. Scarybooster says:

    For the past several months I’ve been loving Firefall. I’ve been in beta for over a year and this game keeps evolving more and more every few months. They are serious about this being beta, but they had to tag it as Open Beta to get funds. An indie studio can survive only so long closed to public.

    I just started playing GW2 again because you were excited about it. I’m actually getting back into it after a huge vacation. I’m loving every minute. Lots of changes. Sometimes it’s very daunting.

    DCUO! I hate this game for years ish. The last few months have been awesome though. They are pumping out great content and I think the community is stronger than ever.

    That’s about it. It’s been a great time gaming though. Love all these games right now.

  3. pkudude99 says:

    TBH, right now I’m hardly playing anything. Hit something of a burnout wall for games in general, plus other IRL things have made gaming time seem quite trivial to me. That said, I did hop into TSW for an hour or so last night. . . .