Let's see. EME could lower the CE mount level and generate no new revenue and possibly less revenue, or do nothing and get a higher amount of revenue.
Hey that's a really cool-looking mount... but not for $25.
Any MMO this grindy just BEGS to be botted.
Hi, I'm an archer that hit 60 last week and transferred to Dragonfall a couple days ago. 'Raij' ingame. I've been spamming normal FoK (and bought a lullabow) to get my iLevel to 142. I am definitely looking for an active guild that runs instances frequently, so keep an eye out for my app!
I actually sent in a suggestion about this in a ticket.
The cooldown issue seems just really poorly thought out, but its not gamebreaking. Evoking an item's cooldown even when the use of that item is interrupted seems really cheap, but whatever.
The consumable issue is simply a bad game mechanic and needs some attention. It's a TRIPLE punishment when an interruption means you dont get the item's effect, its cooldown is triggered AND the item is consumed. Aren't any two of those penalties more than adequate when an interruption occurs? Why does there need to be a penalty for getting interrupted anyway? The interruption itself isnt punishment enough?
So we're on the 2nd page here and we still don't have a verdict.
There is a verdict. Like i said in a previous post, the name is spoken in a cutscene.
CaptainPlaceholder on 06/16/2012, 03:55 AM
Are you sure the NPC wasn't referring to the race in plural? Because "Castani" as a singular word sounds a little weird.
As I remember, he said 'The Castanic' so the short answer to your question is yes, but now you have to consider the grammar. 'Race' is a collective noun. Its singular in form because it refers to one race, but plural in nature because it refers to many people. Keeping that in mind, 'Castani' should be correct.
One of the biggest fallacies I've seen people make on this forum is assuming that because you complain about it means you don't like the game.
That's not why at all - if we didn't like the game, we'd just stop posting entirely. We make posts like this because we like the game, but we see areas where it falls short, and want to help improve it.
Having a passionate community isn't a bad thing. Unfortunately, with us getting so little feedback from the devs, I see a lot of people go from passionate to indifferent. And that's when they start deciding to leave the game.