Sunday, 28 June 2009
It’s 4’oclock in the morning, and it starting to get light. Everywhere is quiet and I am hot and can’t get to sleep, so I creep into the office and fire up my computer and luckily destruction have control of Land of the Dead. So I start to explore…
I have a go at one of the easy public quests. This particular one seems to fire a beam which keeps my Choppa in berserk mode. The skeletons rising out of the ground are level 40, and I am only 30 but being bolstered to level 36 they still deadly when you select them. So I try and pull one and he goes down in a few hits as I am in berserk mode. Then wham 2.5k from the kill, so I spend the next half hour killing skeletons and gain half a level and hit level 31. I stop as I don’t want to level to 32 as I am not quite finished with tier 3 oRvR.
What do I do… go back to tier 3? No! For some reason Land of the Dead almost begs me to explore, the whole place feels different… foreign. I try to swim across the river, which is a big mistake as the skin falls away from my body. I try and slay a vulture, and then I am picked up and dumped in a nest.
The whole area and monsters feel that little extra polished, and what is the main refreshing change to the area which makes me want to explore besides being just new content are there are no people in the hub with quests(what the funk)! Somehow I felt it free my character to take it up him self to see what is out there…
I took plenty of pictures which you can see here.
Friday, 26 June 2009
Thursday, 25 June 2009
Sunday, 21 June 2009
- Help with all aspects of War, and try to be as active as possible on region chat to answer any questions.
- Provide regular help with public quests.
- Organize tier 1 and 2 open realm versus realm.
- Organize scenario groups and providing pointers.
Tuesday, 16 June 2009
High Pass brought a lot of memories back from levelling my Chosen. For some reason going through tier 2 & 3 with my Choppa has been an absolute breeze. Maybe the curve has been fixed, or is it my play is more RvR focused so you concentrating on keeps and objectives instead of levels.
I think War absolutely suites my idea of a fun MORG, I have said it in the past but the variety of stuff to do has yet to see me tire of playing. I am still eager to see how it play’s from a Shaman’s or Sorcerer’s point of view. If only I could get a regular group to play with.