Honestly, I haven't played it since May of 08 (as in, played for longer than an hour) because my computer sucks too much as of late. Everything's been bogging it down, and once it gets bogged down, I can't seem to get it fast again.
I don't know what has suddenly influenced this new want to play. Perhaps my sudden interest in fantasy and medieval-themed activites? Pressure from old friends? My increasing boredom?
Anyways, I need any and all tips to make it more...enjoyable.
Since I couldn't remember the account name and password, I've had to rebuy the games, so I only have Prophecies at the moment. All my money is spent elsewhere, so it may be a month or so before I can get any more Campaigns.
Now to sit and let the updates...well...update.
Get the sturdiest box you can find, drag it to the ocean, sit in it... And try to float to Australia. It'll work, I promise. 'Cause I'm a chef.
I also care little for MMORPGs..though technically GW is not an MMO, I suppose, it is similar.
I think all MMORPGs and some SPRPGs, suffer fromthe same design flaw: in the end, they are just grindfests, and I don;t see how anyone can find that fun, though I guess some do.
Grind for gear/skills/whatever and then go PvP...over and over. It's incredibly monotonous. The only reason I enjoyed GW as much as I did was simply because friends of mine and my brother played it, and we played the thing together. They were the reason I even got GW to begin with, since the game was always advertised as a PvP dream and I hate PvP in RPG games. If I want PvP I'll play a shooter, or a game of chess.
The unexamined life is not worth living. --Socrates (attributed)