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Member Since : 2012-12-08
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Most active in : Technical Issues & Bugs
posté June 11, 2015, 14:15:48 | #1

Thread : News  Preview message : #873968  Replies : 123  Views : 5188
posté June 04, 2015, 09:01:42 | #2
No, I'm not the friend Morbid was referring to.

One thing, it was not an isolated incident. It happened many-a-time. You could've done something about it, you simply refused to, and you're still making excuses not to. But now you don't have to, so I guess that's easier on you in the end anyway.

You're guilty by association. You can't honestly complain about ganking while having gankers in your cabinet. You will get ganked because of said association. At the end of the day, the guild in question is to blame, and you are blamed for enabling it. That's why I called it justice ganking. It's the exact reason they did it, aside from some tallywackers who just wanted to have some fun-- For them, their intentions weren't actually spite at all, though.

And again, I didn't know the story of who ganked who until after the incident.

I appreciate you being gracious right now, but you actually have pointed fingers. And that, I do not appreciate. Now that you know, thank you for your wishes, I wish them back to you in return. My beef is not with you, and I know you're a overall nice person. Just don't be so quick to assume next time.
Take care.

Thread : International Relations  Preview message : #871326  Replies : 20  Views : 908
posté June 04, 2015, 06:47:54 | #3
Hi Tulish, I'd like you to know something: When I arrived, there wasn't a single Sufokian being aggroed. None that I saw. None that any of us but you, apparently, saw.

There was one fellow I invited to come over who got involved in battle, but I believe he did so on his own free will. Even knowing he was there, I still couldn't join him. Why? Simply because there were too many users in a condensed area, and it's hard to see people who are either unwinged, not in government, or not in your party. A.K.A my eyes couldn't keep up with anybody, especially those without markers above their heads.

The person I told to come was winged, but since we're in the same nation, he didn't stand out to me. I literally couldn't see him until he was dead. So, even if Sufokians -were- getting aggroed, the fact that we didn't join was not because of any unsupportive choices we deliberately made, it was simply because our eyes couldn't catch it amongst all the garbage going on. Trust me, I would, and have defended Sufokia even if my chances of winning were slim. Ask Nereid. You're going to say we "broke your heart" and that we're "not good" because of human error? Thanks, I guess?

I find it hard to believe your story anyway, seeing as I stood there winged for a long period and didn't get pulled once. Let's not forget how badly hated by Nox I became, or how everyone knows my sram is actually a PvE build. Even then. Didn't get PKed. Their chances to kill me were so good, too. Weird! And if anyone were to PK me, the least surprising party to do so, would be Brakmar.

Why I didn't join you was obviously because of your partycrasher law, which didn't lift right away. Amongst other things, like, your lack of discipline with your unruly government members, and the fact that Brakmar was being infiltrated likely because of the burning hatred for those exact people. Can't argue their reasoning. You're mad at Forsaken for being "gankers", but that makes you a hypocrite for having gankers in your government. As I see it, they are ganking for justice while your gov members gank for spite, which is considerably worse. Coincidentally, we get more support from Amakna than we would've ever gotten from you, and we acknowledge that, even more so now. On top of which, you decided that you didn't need to tell us what exactly had transpired until after the ordeal was all over. So I mean, I don't know what you expected from us, but you should probably keep your accusative fingers to yourself at this point, and accept you're not our hero, that you made a rage-fueled mistake when you broke off alliance. It's okay though, because you saved us the trouble. Honestly.

Now that I think of it, it's funny how you're mad at us for not mindlessly joining into your self-induced butt-brigade, yet Nereid is mad at us because they think we mindlessly joined your self-induced butt-brigade. No Nereid, we definitely just stood there and watched. With good reason, as stated above. If you'd like a little run-down on what's been going on in Sufokian government since the time we allied Riktus in the first place, feel free to give me a jingle. It's not quite like what you're probably thinking.

As for the alliance, or lack-thereof, I knew Coco Loso had to be Brakmarian the moment he decided so badly that he wanted to ally with them instead. In fact I have a pretty good idea of who it actually is. But it doesn't really matter, and not really surprising. Riktus and Brakmar are similar in nature; they've bled into each other since birth. It would have been nice for Riktus to branch off and become more of its own thing like Ry was so excited for, but we'll probably have to wait a little longer for that to officially happen.

As for you, Ry, no hard feelings. We get it. We appreciate what you were taking to the table and I was for the first time excited in being involved with Riktus. We're sorry to see you go so soon. But, take this time away to relax and play for entertainment. You definitely don't need to stress out over it.

This post has been edited by Poklop - June 04, 2015, 07:14:15.
Thread : International Relations  Preview message : #871280  Replies : 20  Views : 908
posté May 26, 2015, 09:34:49 | #4
Oh yes. Make the announcement when the tickets are already sold out. QQ

Thread : News  Preview message : #866636  Replies : 22  Views : 1439
posté May 22, 2015, 10:34:44 | #5
Oh, I saw you in Sufokia earlier and was considering inviting you.

Thread : Guilds  Preview message : #864598  Replies : 2  Views : 278
posté May 20, 2015, 11:49:56 | #6
bump, issue still present

Thread : Bug Archives  Preview message : #863591  Replies : 2  Views : 397
posté May 20, 2015, 07:01:59 | #7

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gimme an option to disemble the mimisym too then I'll think again :s
You use a second Mimisymbic to disassemble the fusion from what I've gathered.

Lower prices is way better! Even moreso when its not even half the price, but a THIRD of the price. A shame that unmimi'd items are still linked, but this price change still makes them far better than before. I can see myself buying them now.
Is this for real?

Thread : News  Preview message : #863548  Replies : 37  Views : 1206
posté May 13, 2015, 00:47:02 | #8
I noticed sometimes this spell simply does not work even when it's being walked on, though I only noticed this in PvE.

Thread : Bug Archives  Preview message : #861230  Replies : 3  Views : 324
posté May 13, 2015, 00:15:30 | #9
I use Tax on my enutrof as well. I tend to stat him my own way, I use a fire spell I don't think many of them use either. My xelor is also water/air and for some reason, it gets complimented quite a bit. People love the extra AP and they also don't think the damage is too bad. I do, however, agree that it -really- needs a revamp.

Revamps are definitely making people excited to play again, and they are making people like their class more. I've mostly only heard good about what they've done. I wasn't happy with sram at first, but now that I've gotten used to it, it's alright. My main fear was that as other classes are getting revamped, it will put the classes that were revamped earlier (like sram) at the bottom of the food chain, as they develop further with new things. So far so good, though. Whether or not the game is going to become unbalanced again, the revamps have brought people back to the game and has made people excited--- So I think they've done their part in improving the game, even if temporarily, yes.

Thread : General Discussion  Preview message : #861221  Replies : 20  Views : 942
posté May 12, 2015, 07:41:48 | #10
I posted this in another thread, but I hear it's to do with leaving your bag open when you log out or whatever. Can anyone confirm? Just to be safe, I wouldn't leave your haven bag open for too long. I don't generally sell stuff from my bag, so nothing of mine has gone missing yet.

Thread : Technical Issues  Preview message : #861033  Replies : 57  Views : 1317
posté May 12, 2015, 07:18:41 | #11

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Probably for the same reason why they haven't fixed the *PvP Exploit*, ie the level 40-60s with 18,000 Merit, because they no longer have the staff assigned to this game for said purpose. They only have a few developers working on new content and thats about it. They are nickle and diming the community and have no desire to try to beat a dead horse with more staff. Clearly this game isn't going to drive a huge revenue or a bunch of new players so why bother wasting money trying to fix it.

I hate to admit this but you're right, and deep down I wish you were wrong.

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Rollbacks negatively affect honest players who had nothing to do with the shenanigans. They are not needed if you can track and remove all the bogus gear.

What about the people who bought the gears thinking they were legit? A casual player who has saved up for months buys it, doesn't browse the forums regularly like us, and then gets it removed. Are they suppose to be screwed? You can argue they can return the kamas but what if those relics were exchanged for other favours or perhaps bartered/traded for other things.

Rollback is the only way.
I understand what you're saying but those players can always open a ticket to try and resolve any oddball issues related to a situation like this. I would think it better to inconvenience a few players rather than the entire player base.

I've been through MANY rollbacks. None of which I or my guildies/friends had anything to do with and every single one of us got shafted in one way or another because of it. I'd rather not see anyone get shafted, but shafting a majority when you could shaft a small minority is not good for business.

This has been going on since Saturday, like what a previous poster said, stuff like this from other mmos usually gets fixed within 24 hours. The damage has been so great it will practically effect anyone who's in the high levels one way or another. Speaking of deleting duped gear, Ankama has never fixed or deleted duped gear from the past afaik or from what I've read.

I don't want a rollback just like you or any other person but unfortunately it's the only way. Your "opening a ticket suggestion" would take so much resource that it's impractical. Remember, they're also dealing with shit being stolen from peoples haven bags right now.

The games a mess right now, at least Nox is. But what happens here doesn't mean it can't happen to other servers, it's just a matter of when.
Actually they have, they made the game inaccessible for awhile, and cleared the inventories/haven bags of people with a suspicious amount of things, and banned some people who were very obviously guilty.

But the thing is, it took them ages to do it, I guess.

Thread : General Discussion  Preview message : #861025  Replies : 282  Views : 2738
posté May 12, 2015, 06:45:25 | #12
Do you keep your bag open for shop? I heard it's something to do with that, so I don't leave my bag open. Either way I'd like to know so I can proceed to move my things elsewhere.

Thread : General Discussion  Preview message : #861007  Replies : 18  Views : 914
posté May 11, 2015, 08:51:55 | #13
"Trent, why are you eco-terrorizing my nation?"
"idk lol"
"Well... Could you... Not?"
"Ok, since you asked"


ilu Trent, always being erratic and hilarious.
Considering the circumstances, I don't blame you for leaving.
We didn't get too chummy but you will still be missed.
Hope you find somewhere good to entertain yourself, I know you will.
Take care, and perhaps, see you later?


Thread : General Discussion  Preview message : #860725  Replies : 52  Views : 2791