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  1. Are you confined to the city itself or are you willing to venture out of it? And how far would you go if you did? May have some recommendations dependent on your answer. Also, I bet it'll rain on you. Bring a cagoule.
  2. For those who don't frequent Reddit or missed it or whatever, here you go: http://www.reddit.com/r/Minecraft/comments/xfzdg/i_am_markus_persson_aka_notch_creator_of/ Someone asked a question about his opinion of Wurm. He still loves you guys http://www.reddit.com/r/Minecraft/comments/xfzdg/i_am_markus_persson_aka_notch_creator_of/c5m09ai
  3. I didn't, but now I sort of do, though I've reached a stage where I can't seem to be able to level up any more skills, and I've walked all the way across the map from Boston ^^' There are 3 intro videos on the Paradox youtube account, but the guy's voice annoyed me. Maybe it'll help
  4. I'm Gwydion, hit me up. I have no idea what I'm doing, other than lagging.
  5. SWTOR

    You can pretty much solo everything other than HEROIC quests and Flashpoints. Earlier on in the game, when I was surrounded by everyone else who was starting out, I interacted and grouped up with other people on a pretty regular basis. Forming groups has it's incentives, most notably increased EXP gain - and of course you'll find some of the tougher enemies easier to take down, though as long as your companion complements your class and play style this shouldn't be too much of a problem in the first place. If you want to play solo, there's nothing to stop you. I haven't done any multiplayer missions in a while, since on the later planets there are fewer players. I imagine the populations will even out in time though. Hub worlds and fleets are almost always busy though, as are the starter worlds. I haven't been visiting too many of the places I've been to before, but on the planets I dawdle on, I can see the population rising between 10 and 20 per day.
  6. SWTOR

    Nah, when you skip a bunch of people it's because they've raised the server cap. Why do new players sign up for the busy servers?
  7. SWTOR

    Oh wow, since the game went live, the queues for my server has grown ridiculous - 387 people and it's not even peak time! :L It'll be ridiculous this evening. It would be nice if they could let us transfer characters between servers of the same type. I don't want to have to wait half an hour to get in to my server.
  8. SWTOR

    Okay, so at the end of Early access I'm a Level 27 Jedi sage currently trying not to die on Alderaan. After about level 25, I found it to be a bit of a grind, though some of the sidequests manage to alleviate this. Especially the Republic embassy one on Tantooine. I just found it so much fun I finally figured out how to get to the Warzones just before I logged off, so I imagine I will be spending quite some time there starting tomorrow.
  9. SWTOR

    Trask Ulgo - RP/PVE - Republic Gwitheth Enjoying it a lot so far; just finishing up on Tython at L10 - can't wait to get to the advanced classes, but I want to be thorough. I'm not sure I like some of the choices the developers have made with gameplay, but I have no complaints for the story. Playing as a Jedi Consular currently, and I'll probably make a Smuggler once I finish with this - I was almost converted by the intro video. Space cowboys
  10. Skyrim

    Not part of Dark Brotherhood unless there was something I missed.
  11. Skyrim

    Really wouldn't recommend gutting your Xbox 360 while it's still under warranty - they have a tendency to break when you're in the middle of playing Skyrim :
  12. Skyrim

    That's how I do it too; also, Halted stream camp has 15 iron ore veins, and the mine at Stonehills has 4 but it's small and well lit so you can find what you want nice and quickly.
  13. Skyrim

    Quicksilver and Iron can be mined in Dawnstar, but those are pretty obvious. Gloombound Mine is probably my favourite one I've found; the orcs tell you to get out but don't actually do anything, and since it contains both ebony and iron it's pretty useful.
  14. I like Welsh mythology and poetry; The Chronicles of Prydain aren't bad either.
  15. Skyrim

    My biggest complaint about the game is the font size. It's practically unreadable on smaller screens; my TV isn't very large, though I could move downstairs and play it on the widescreen, but I don't think my family would appreciate it