Started by Logato, October 23, 2004, 02:07:26 PM
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Quote from: LorathirAre there weapon skill increases (ie You have gotten better at 1HS (11) ) and Dodge, Parry, Defence, Abjuration, Offence etc increases? I always liked the idea of having many skills I could concentrate on maxxing in EQ1. Especially Alcohol Tolerance. Is there the same sort of thing in EQ2?
Quote from: SkandaQuote from: LorathirAre there weapon skill increases (ie You have gotten better at 1HS (11) ) and Dodge, Parry, Defence, Abjuration, Offence etc increases? I always liked the idea of having many skills I could concentrate on maxxing in EQ1. Especially Alcohol Tolerance. Is there the same sort of thing in EQ2?From what I've heard all your skills automatically increase for every 20% of a level you get (even Alcohol Tolerance).
Quote from: LorathirI was all set to make a long post of all the stupid idea's that are in EQ2. But there's too many of them - the biggest being ARAC. I'll try it when it releases but I think I'll be royally pissed off. We'll see.
Quote from: IskandarThere's nothing really immersive about chain pulling giants to get dragon faction though. And once the faction camping is complete, it's back to the same old "collect x item" quest structure that EQLive uses for every quest ingame. The city armor quests were neat with the backstory, but were otherwise the same "collect x item" model -- the NPC interactions are what adds spice to most of those quests. And the NPC interactions on some of the EQ2 quests are rather nicely done actually :)
Quote from: IskandarI ended up with eight bubs of exp debt. It faded by itself at about one bub an hour, even while I was offline and sound asleep. I think the amount earned and the rate of decay on it need to be adjusted some though.
Quote from: DrakhEQ 2 you click autoattack and furiously work to execute Heroic Opportunites in an atempt to gain the advantage and kill the mob before it kills you.Learning the Tactics of Heroic Opportunites (Solo or in Groups) will give you the ability to defeat mobs beyond your capability
QuotePeople aren't using the HO system because there's no time.
Quote from: LogatoI've been playing EQ2 beta since late July. Thought I would let you all know who it's for.EQ2 if for groupers. If you don't want to get into a group of 4 or more people, 99% of the meaningfull content after lvl 20 you will not be able to do.You make be able to find mobs to solo, but you won't be able to finish class quests, item quests, access quests or even to get into some of the zones.EQ2 is LESS for soloers and casual players than EQLive. The game is going to have fewer people playing it than SWG, and probably fewer than EQLive also.