Discussion in 'News and Announcements' started by dreamweaver, Mar 17, 2020.
Random per server/guild even. "Sooo... I'll need you to come in on Saturday"
That used to be the place to make phone calls to relatives.
I wonder how facetime would go over in there.
Absolutely nothing wrong with looking or being like someone of mongoloid decent. Your post is racist, if you're attempting to make a derogatory statement.
Self reflect for a minute, and realise how unnecessary that statement was.
everyone can bicker over the dev....the new release and which way do you place your toilet paper on the roll.....the elephant in the room that the powers that be have NOT addressed and should, and somehow compensate all those involved ie all the players...is the HOURS of silence and no word as to what in the name of Zeus's butthole was going on when the unicorn of the release was no running about. I do not care what guild was there, every one of those players times are important to them...ie work...ie doing things at home..whatever...things they could have been doing elsewhere if there was some kind of notion that things were held up, not gonna happen etc...instead of wishing and hoping at a npc with their socks in their hands. Just my 2 cents...
Even worse, I think he was referring to people with Down Syndrome by using a derogatory term.
Devs what every time you decide to unlock T3 but can we set up a way to test the next unlock on TEST before this special day comes around.
I know this won't make up for the SNAFU, but maybe DP should reach into the goodwill basket and award each account one /claim that includes a number (something close to equal to 3 events for 4 weeks?) of Warlord's Symbols and one nugget. This would help the more casual guilds a great deal and would at least tell the competitive guilds "hey, we're sorry we screwed up so bad."
Along these lines on the next server patch, bumping up the timeline for 2 nuggets per chest would be kind.
That works too, but it would benefit a far smaller group. I was trying to come up with something meaningful to everyone including casuals. Although, I suppose the screw up didn't really affect them either way.
Could you code so you can open future raids and maybe t3 on a certain day instead of relying of x days since launch? This way you could have gave the raids on a Sunday where people don't have to plan time off. Most raiding guilds, there might be exceptions, raids on Sundays as their main raid day.
Personally I would 100% rather have progression in raids again.
That seems to be the overwhelming takeaway after this debacle.
Imo the best unlock mechanism would be everyone gets flags on the raid but ONLY the person requesting the raids need fully flagged. Anyone can participate in the raid without being fully flagged. But the npc will not respond to anyone not fully flagged.
This would reduce the headache of managing 54 people to get flagged and would reduce it to 1 to manage. Event lockouts should also be based on 5 days from dz uptime, and not 4.5 days from each event completion.
I'd also support 6 day 18 hours for a lockout timer.
Referring to the devo song, but whatever.
Without going back through to read all 13 pages... do we still not have an exact date and time for this going live aside from mid-april?
As a lower tier guild I am loving the way things are now, apart from T3 that is. Normally takes us a week or so to get each tier down, but without needing to get flags for everyone it means we can start attempting the next tier as soon as it is available, without dropping further and further behind each time a tier unlocks.
Prathun mentioned if they use the event calendar and do unlocks that way they can chose the day, maybe they should do it that way next time and just unlock each tier on a Sunday.
The only dev I can recall ever mentioning being in a raid guild was Dzarn, hard to hide who you are at Fanfairs after you have attended a guild meet. He stated he always made a point of not being on when the guild was attempting/learning a new event.
The devs cannot win, everyone complains that they do not play the game and yet when it is discovered they do guilds without them complain it is not fair.
Give the Devs some credit that they are doing the right thing. I'm sure their NDA is far tighter than players have ever had to deal with, with harder repercussions if they break them.
I would guess that devs didn’t attend those guild meetups just so they wouldn’t get outed and deal with complaints of favoritism.
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