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Everything posted by Delacroix

  1. -1. Suggestions like this are a cancer that goes against the very nature of this sort of game.
  2. Why bother? It'd literally be nothing more than an "I never did PvP or AFKed outside of a locked house" indicator.
  3. -1. Terrible, poorly thought-out idea.
  4. Anybody who would rather whine on the forums than take one of the multiple paths to the content. Join a group, make friends and find uniques yourselves, earn the money to just purchase the drops, etc. It isn't rocket science. I promise. No, every player that pays for premium is entitled to their skills being able to increase over the cap. That's it. If you want a participation award, play a different game. That's the best part!.. you do have an equal opportunity to participate, and it's nobody else's fault besides your own if you don't. I understand perfectly well what your argument is. However, because there is an equal opportunity for all players to seek out uniques and to take part in them, all that is left are the drops. Ergo, the true complaint is one of access to loot. Yup. Luck. That's why many of your equally... special... brethren are complaining about it "always being the same people" who find them. You can't have it both ways--either it's "wahhh the RNG isn't in my favor" or "wahhhh I'm not good enough." Either way, the answer is simple--either make the effort to improve yourself, or actively try to shift the situation to your favor by making more friends and spending more time looking. "Wahhhhhh I can't have my welfare gear wahhhhh greeed wahhhhhhhhh" The irony of this is palpable.
  5. "Issues" such as "WAHHHHHH, I WANT MY HANDOUT! GIVE!!!!!!!!!! WAHHHHHHHHHH!" There's problems with the game that should be fast-tracked to a resolution, absolutely--this isn't one of them. The only issue here is the blatant entitlement of the undeserving.
  6. Speaking from experience, griefing is 100% why that rule was implemented. I don't remember exactly how the healing was done, but it was a huge part of the issue.
  7. It was because people would troll by doing things like healing the unique. One person could basically stop a kill in its tracks.
  8. There's a very good reason why that exists, and it isn't "obnoxious nonsense."
  9. Or you could... you know, just go back to WoW, since that's obviously the game you want here. They're two different games that work very differently, and that's okay--not everything needs to be homogenized to the point it isn't worth playing. The modern MMO market has already been ruined by that crap, and modern MMOs can keep it.
  10. I mean, you're the one who made the laughable 'rebuttle' to begin with. I'm sorry the response didn't live up to your expectations, but perhaps you're the one suffering from 'delusions' here. Especially since you seem to think Xanadu's uniques never spawned? I read most of it, but one can only take so much "WAHHHHHHHHHHH LIFE IS SO UNFAIR WAHHHHHHHHHH" before it gets to be too much. lmfao
  11. It's funny--I think I hit a nerve, and that wasn't even a jab at you. Let me go ahead and spell this out for you, since I apparently need to do so: 1. Xanadu's issues =/= every server's issues 2. Pretty sure Xanadu's uniques have long since spawned. Perhaps the word 'find' is what you were struggling for there? 3. Larger groups = more coverage in less time. 4. 'Logic' is the word you're looking for here. In other words, simple mathematics. 2 > 1. You know, things we usually learn as small children.
  12. -1. A huge selling point to Wurm is the permanence of one's actions, and anything that changes that simply cheapens the experience. If you want a game where your actions don't matter, there's millions already out there.
  13. The big issue here is that it makes the assumption that you need to "no life" to find uniques. That is ignoring the elephant in the room, which is simply making friends. Of course, this certainly won't be an option if nobody likes you, which I suspect is one of the biggest driving forces behind threads like these.
  14. No. You are not entitled to anything just because you pay a subscription. And if you think paying $10/mo for something means you are, well... I've got some news for you. Spoiler alert:
  15. -1. Nobody is entitled to content. If you want in on it, put in the work.
  16. [17:08:52] A huge axe with a heavy head and a wooden shaft. You'll need to wield it with both hands. This is a very rare and interesting version of the item. Colors: R=13, G=171, B=157. It could be improved with a lump. [17:09:18] A medium sized battle axe with a wooden shaft. This is a very rare and interesting version of the item. Colors: R=47, G=81, B=67. The axe needs to be sharpened with a whetstone. [17:09:29] A long and slender sword. This is a supreme example of the item, with fine details and slick design. Colors: R=11, G=8, B=12. It could be improved with a lump. [17:12:41] A kind of small hand-held scythe with a crescent-moon formed blade. This is a supreme example of the item, with fine details and slick design. Colors: R=6, G=38, B=9. You need to temper the sickle by dipping it in water while it's hot. Yeah, so much entitlement here with wanting to make the system more consistent and accessible. You might want to look up the definition of the word there, slick. Furthermore, keeping a thread bumped every so often (last post was just in October, btw) isn't a "necro" thread. Finally, if you chose to take being corrected as 'rude' that's on you. If I wanted to be rude, I'd point to your insistence on misusing words and phrases you're clearly unfamiliar with.