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Ss Heretic

Member Since 20 Aug 2009
Offline Last Active Sep 02 2014 07:59 PM

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In Topic: Show Off Your Thief!

23 March 2014 - 11:11 PM

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In Topic: If they came out with an expansion tomorrow would you buy it?

04 February 2014 - 07:36 PM

View PostMiragee, on 04 February 2014 - 06:53 PM, said:

Haha, I felt the opposite.^^ I always loved wandering in Kaineng. Great atmosphere. Though there always were a bit of bitter taste if you look down to an area you you know was impossible to reach (later ofc).

To be honest I would really like to see Kaineng Center return in GW2, just like a LOT of other things.
What I would like to see is basically:
  • Key places left untouched (temple of shiro perhaps, kaineng center, shing jea monastery, underworld, fissures of woe etc..
  • The 6 gods in some form or at least interaction
  • Mountains! I want to see mountains Gandalf! Like in:

In Topic: The Importance of Lore and What You Would Like to See Next

04 February 2014 - 07:21 PM

Lore is important as it gives depth and a sense of realism to a world.

Remember the EOtN login screen?

It really made me want to explore the world! Now at that point imagine if you jump in, the NPC's would stand there and have nothing to say. Or things to say that don't draw your attention.

I know there are some things that really draw my attention like the gods that rule the world. Grenth that rules the Underworld and his story with Dhuum. I can name some more things like Glint, Kurzicks and Luxons, Gwen and the fall of ascalon. Everything out of the Bonus mission pack in GW1.

Some things that are less immersive are also less interesting to me. I think the Super Adventure box is a littlebit childish and unnatural. A lot of new weird enemies are put into the game aswell.


What I would like to see next:
  • Some form of interaction or challenge of the ancient gods
  • Returning ships from Cantha
  • The Underworld / The Fissure of Woe
  • Less futuristic (crap)
  • Events facing totally toward either: Mystery, Dark, Scary setting
Example: A fissure appears somewhere in Tyria. You go in with a group of players in shifts (kind of like the tutorials for each race). As you enter a dark crypt, spiderwebs get stuck in your hair and everything gets darker and more quiet. Until you enter a dark grand hall with large pillars with a light in the center. As all players have gathered within the circle of light, everything turns pitch black. All players are separated on their own somewhere in the abyssal maze. Instead of encounters you have to fight, you have to pay attention to the sounds and shades that hide away behind every corner.

wow thats quite an example I just made up there. But something in this setting would really catch my attention.
  • Or: Funny, Heroic, Positive setting
Example: Imagine a new character, someone like capt Jack Sparrow that takes you on his corsair ship very far out on the sea. He makes you prepare his ship to depart, makes you set the sails and motivate the crew by combining sentences in a logic fun way. As innocent as he looks, sailing for an unknown company, your ship docks at a hideous looking wooden structure in the water. Players are put to jail, just like the clumsy capt Jack Sparrow like figure. And are tasked to escape and sneak trough the guards unseen without weapons, escape the structure to a near island, build a raft and sail back to main land.

here another setting

In Topic: [Answered] Account may be hacked, Anet's not helping...

14 November 2013 - 09:31 PM

Okay thank you very much guys.

That makes me feel much more relaxed, as I did get a lot of phishing e-mails. I thought they got me this time... somehow ><

In Topic: Time Zone Converter program - free download

06 August 2013 - 11:00 AM

Here's a website, where you don't need to download anything at all: http://www.timeandda.../converter.html
Thank you google