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Baron von Scrufflebutt

Member Since 02 Jun 2012
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In Topic: Was level 80 cap, and Ascended a mistake?

Yesterday, 09:07 PM

If ascended gear is easy to obtain, then it is implemented poorly: the sole reason why we got ascended is so that we would have a tier of gear that is NOT easy to obtain.

In Topic: Diablo III

Yesterday, 01:53 PM

The only thing that's funnier than chasing down a treasure goblin?
Chasing down 20 of them!

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In Topic: Colin: we will never raise the level cap or tiers of gear

Yesterday, 11:15 AM

View PostMiragee, on 31 January 2015 - 10:43 AM, said:

Well, O'Brain already said in 2012 (after the ascended shit storm) that they never increased the level cap in GW because the design of the game didn't allow it not because they didn't want to. He also said that they fully expect to raise the level cap of GW2 at some point. But again, who gives a damn about what this man says or doesn't say?
All what Anet can do today is to promote their beyond-repair-failure that is gw2 and patch gw1 to death with stupid patches nobody asked for.

Yeah, I expected them to raise the cap with HoT based on O'Brien's statement. But it seems that they changed their plans, so from now on, my expectation is that they won't raise the cap.

In Topic: The Revenant

Yesterday, 09:49 AM

View Postdraxynnic, on 29 January 2015 - 09:19 PM, said:

ArenaNet really need to bring back 'first person view' for some of those jumping puzzles.

Use a tonic. ^^

In Topic: Colin: we will never raise the level cap or tiers of gear

Yesterday, 09:46 AM

View PostMordakai, on 31 January 2015 - 06:17 AM, said:

Nice one.  I think that promise almost lasted a year!

Oh, never mind, lasted 3 months.

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Truth be told, I actually fully expect that they won't raise the cap/bring in a new tier. Look at GW1, they stuck with 20, yet each additional game introduced massive vertical progression grind and yet still GW1 is viewed as the superb example of a horizontal progression game. The same way that some folks demand levels for the game to be worth playing, the same way some other folks consider the lack of levels to be equal to a the lack of vertical progression.
Folks are easily fooled. ;)