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Post by nucleon » 05 Jan 2006, 20:34

Sorry Noose CC is not in SINISTER anymore.

I had to kick him to make room.

You did say you were going to concentrate on EQ2.

If you come back, /t nucleon oz, and I'll get you back in.

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Post by Noose » 05 Jan 2006, 21:12

Fair enough mate.

The way I've been switching between games recently, I dont expect any of my toons to be kept in a populated guild.

All is well in the temple of monkey :lol:
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Post by nucleon » 05 Jan 2006, 22:10

I had to kick 3ppl tonight.

I think some of the guys posted on a few forums around the place in the last few days.

Had heaps of interest tonight.

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Post by Spyder » 05 Jan 2006, 22:25

cool!

I'll be around early next week, my holiday finishes this weekend and I've decided to not return to WoW until wednesday ;)
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Post by nucleon » 05 Jan 2006, 22:27

When I left tonight there was like 12ppl in SINISTER online.

I think there was 1 or 2 in SCS online as well.

SINISTER is the 6th biggest SG on Justice. Considering there are over 100 SGs, that a decent achievement.

Always wanted to be in a huge SG/guild.

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Post by Rockitt » 06 Jan 2006, 06:27

Cool. I have been working staggered hours the past couple of weeks, so haven't been on at night. I have missed the great numbers we saw when CoV was first released. Nice to hear numbers are looking up.

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Post by Chrien » 06 Jan 2006, 16:38

Alot of people were playing last night, had a 8 man Sinister lvl 28ish team going which was a blast.

I'm playing CoV now incase you haven't noticed, hope to have some fun times with you all :)
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Post by Spyder » 06 Jan 2006, 16:55

yay!

I'm only about 18-19, having not really played since a week or two since release :oops:

might as well just SK if I get on, if I try to experience all the content it'll probably take me the entire year to hit the level cap ;)
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Post by Chrien » 06 Jan 2006, 20:08

I'm enjoying CoV alot mroe than CoH but I played that first month or so after it came out and the game has improved alot more especially with regards to mssions and leveling in general.

Lackeying up has certinally made it alot more fun, being able to group with friends etc when previously I'd just be slogging through low levels bored.
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Post by Spyder » 06 Jan 2006, 22:54

uhm CoH has had SKing from day 1 :P

I do agree that the rest of the game has vastly improved though, even the CoH side.
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Post by Chrien » 07 Jan 2006, 02:05

Yer I know it was, I'm just comparing it to other games when you join late - SWG I spent like a week skilling up my character before I could be involved in stuff, daoc was worse, until I was in my mid 40s (several weeks of playing) no one in my guild could really do stuff with me, similar in WoW, a level 60 toon can't really group with a lower level except to help them beat an elite quest or something.

In CoV I got to run around lackeyed and grouping with people from the SG from day one (helped by the jet pack :D ). I'm finding the CoV PvE experience to be vastly better than WoWs on all levels so far. Of course I've said nice things about every MMO whilst I'm enjoying it, then I start to see flaws and go all negative :p
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Post by Spyder » 07 Jan 2006, 11:05

CoV's only real flaw is that it caters more to the casual gamer. This means a lot of the missions are repeditive (something that has vastly improved since CoH though) and the end game isn't all that polished.
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Post by Spoticus » 08 Jan 2006, 02:17

CoV end game isnt in yet ;) Lets hope its not too far off tho :/

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Post by Kashak » 24 Apr 2006, 15:52

Hmmm, im so loggin into CoV tonight. Gonna have a look see.
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Post by Kashak » 24 Apr 2006, 16:44

Are there any arcetypes that arent used much?

I have an MM ATM but they are so complicated to control I figure if im not hardcore i'll never be really good at it.
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