No, running it for a convenient time for Asia would mean inconvenient time for the US and/or Europe seeing as the time difference is quite large.
i said it in my last post but i will say it again. bolded, since not only did i mention it in my last post, but it was my original suggestion, which you chose to argue with me over: i am not suggesting changing the time of the event!
running the event at a time convenient to asia would be inconvenient to most of us/europe...which is why in my opinoin they should run it at times convenient to both
. run it more than once
geez if you are going to argue against my posts please at least understand what it is i am saying. i realize english isnt your first language and its not mine either, theres going to be misunderstandings. but i really think i made this point clear, and you seem to understand well enough that i think you should be able to understand what i type. dont argue with me over things i did not say.
Of course it is better. They can't, in a open world, destroy major things several times in a row. That would completely destroy the whole point of the event.
they could open the new area, run the event, see things destroyed. close it off, reset it, and run it again. i know it would be more work for them, but imo it would be worth the effort. then after the last time just leave it open in its current state. if this event leads to new areas, leave those areas accessible to people who did the event the first time so they are only locked out of the event and not the content the event leads to.
Why look at the world as such? Better to look at the actual PLAYER BASE.
If the vast majority of the players lives in the US and Europe wouldn't it be most logical to cater to them?
As for giving them the middle finger I suppose you missed the fact that I am not even sure that I will be able to join the event?
i am not saying asia and oceania outnumber the us or europe. infact either the us or europe alone would probably be more than asia/oceania combined so together us/euro will have alot more players. but i think you are underestimating how many people play from outside those 2 regions. since neither of us has access to real numbers were just going to have to agree to disagree on that one. my opinion is that there is ENOUGH people in asia/oceania that anet shouldnt just leave them out of the event altogether.
Edited by Tellia, 06 November 2012 - 02:18 PM.