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In Topic: The new endgame dungeon on 15th Nov.

02 November 2012 - 06:42 PM

I know I can't be the only one thinking this, but I'll ask anyway.

Doesn't this sound an awful lot like Runescape's Dungeoneering / Daemonheim?

Huge dungeon? Check.

Many levels? Check.

Progressively more difficult? Check.

Better rewards the lower you go? Check.

It sounds good and all, but I'm really hoping 'increasing difficultly' doesn't just mean 'bigger enemy HP pool'. Heck, the boss in the Vexa's Lab minidungeon was probably one of the most engaging fights I've seen in a while. Way more exciting than "this dude makes trees that do almost nothing but has a kajillion HP. You'll be seeing your loot in thirty minutes."

In Topic: New Warning Sign in La After 11/1 update

02 November 2012 - 04:45 AM

View PostArewn, on 02 November 2012 - 04:40 AM, said:

Lion's Arch authorities

I'll edit in the rest as I go, using this to keep track of my progress.

Edit: Just got a much nicer angle of the sign, run up to it and face plant into the front of the sign, then zoom all the way in and read around your head for those interested in reading it themselves. The letter become crystal clear.

Someone has already provided a complete translation. See the link in my previous post.

In Topic: New Warning Sign in La After 11/1 update

02 November 2012 - 04:15 AM

I'll need to see it myself to look at it up close and read the rest, but the first line says "D A N G E R".

Second line: Enter at your own risk

Third line: Lion's Arch authorities cannot be held responsible for missing / stolen / damaged...

Fourth line: And/or devoured appendages, small children, dinghies, fruit baskets, skritt,...

Got four and a half lines in, someone beat me to it apparently. :(


Full sign translation in the paragraph:
"Lion's Arch Authorities cannot be held responsible for missing/stolen/damaged and/or devoured appendages, small children, dinghies, fruit baskets, skritt, pumpkin flavored marshmellows, spoons, goofy hats, ascalonian salads, pocket watches, earrings, in-laws, spirits of the wild, eye patches, war machines, seraph, rhubarb pies, mystical artifacts of unquestionable power, mystical artifacts of questionable power, seeing-eye squirrels and carp."

In Topic: ArenaNet gives Dhuum free reign?

26 October 2012 - 02:09 PM

View PostGli, on 26 October 2012 - 01:52 PM, said:

I just read a posting on the official forums about a whole batch of people who were wrongly banned and being reinstated again. Posted by an ANet employee I should add.

Quoting this to reiterate the point that sometimes mistakes are made when issuing bans, and that sometimes innocent people are actually innocent.

In Topic: ArenaNet gives Dhuum free reign?

26 October 2012 - 12:45 PM

This happened to a guildie of mine last week. He was falsely banned for using a third party client to gain an unfair advantage (I believe this may have been code for botting). He put in a ticket the same night and got his account back the next day.

Way better than Nexon's track record. I sent them(Nexon) a support ticket back in July of 2011 and it took them 470 days to respond.

But I digress, Mexay is right, there have been some unfounded bans handed out, but from what I can see they've been good about resolving the issue quickly. My guildmate was out of his account for less than 24 hours before it was reinstated once they realized the mistake.