Comic 807 - Getting back in the game

8th Aug 2016, 7:03 AM in Spirit of Adventure
Getting back in the game
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Lackinganame 7th Aug 2016, 7:03 AM edit delete
I'm sure we've done this before. Twitch reacted to something that was a fake out. If you've ever PvP and blown your burst on a bubble pally then you've been there.

Well get your food storage and ammo storage because the elf apocalypse is tomorrow!

(next update 8-15-16)


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JSStryker 8th Aug 2016, 10:36 AM edit delete reply
The elf apocalypse will have to go on without me, I've played a DH in the beta and yeah they are cool and in my opinion as OP as DK's were in WOTLK, so we'll see some major pruning in the weeks that follow.
test case 147 8th Aug 2016, 11:10 AM edit delete reply
Maryalee 8th Aug 2016, 6:55 PM edit delete reply
Not playing anymore so not worried about the apocalypse. Or the invasion. I'll let everyone else save the planet this time.

Demon Hunters as they stand are very long on flashy newness, and very shallow on actual substance in their play. I also believe that DHs are going to have some unintended consequences in the gameplay. Like Death Knights and Warriors, Demon Hunters have only 2 real roles: Tank, DPS. What's going to happen to Guardian Druids, Prot Pallys and Brewmaster Monks, when they start having to compete against the other classes and GMs start saying "Hey you guys can heal too, and that's what we need right now." It's gonna happen, if you've raided with a guild, you know it's gonna happen. Sure they won't mind swapping for "this week", but then it turns into "every week" and they end up pushed into roles they don't really like/hate. Going to be interesting to see how this shakes out from the sidelines.

Arua is still being Miss GrumpyGus I see. She needs to get back into the big hero life to remember that she *can* do this. It's why The Light chose her.
Lackinganame 10th Aug 2016, 9:52 AM edit delete reply
I'm still trying to work out the mentality of Arua and Cer'veja.

Arua hates to fail when others are at risk. Cer'veja understands that you can't win them all and his lack of universal compassion means he is much more willing to except that you can't win them all.

One thing I felt like I failed at in the Solace trilogy was creating a concept of losing for Arua. She won most of her battles. and when she lost almost no one got hurt. I feel this has lead to missing aspect of her. "How to deal with loss" Even at the end of Exaltation the story was over so we never got to see how she dealt with the loss of Brewer or the city.

But with this new set up I'm planing to explore and expand her more.
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