Shojindo of the Ten Storms wrote:
I usually don't beta test MMO's. I broke my rule and beta tested Rift. By the time the game launched I had a level 30 rogue. It got wiped and I had to level the same rogue through the same zones again. It made the shiny new magic feeling dissipate much faster.
Actually, this might be the one MMO where that just doesn't matter. Level a character who is the opposite of what you'd want from other games. For instance, try being a light-side Sith or a really @#%^-ish Consular. Etc. The quests themselves will change according to your decisions, so it might not have the same kind of redundancy.
Playing it feels like a BioWare game, honestly. It is only slightly less replayable.
idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
We are discussing Bernard of Clairvaux's treatise on the Song of Songs, written for the pope.
It's horribly boring.
Obviously this is horribly important to the rest of your life in the real world and it is crucial that you cling onto every last detail your instructor says on the subject. Edited, Nov 15th 2011 12:26pm by IDrownFish
Psh, I learned how to browse the web whilst listening 4 years ago. :P