Ahhh stop whining about ToA - its not even here yet. If you don't want to play it, don't play it, but I think you'll find most people will probably enjoy most of it, and the bits they don't enjoy? Well nobody's forcing them to play all of it.Morchaoron said:behold! teh d00m of daoc!
And if SI hadn't been brought in how many people would have left the game due to lack of content? I would have done for one.Morchaoron said:it was, it brought spellcrafting and some very very poorly designed classes and made like 80% of the old world completely useless
Naetha said:And if SI hadn't been brought in how many people would have left the game due to lack of content? I would have done for one.
Anything in life that is static is dull, be it a job, game, whatever. Change, and the people that change with it is what keeps this game alive. There may be people resistant to change (as there are in all walks of life) but you have to realise that daoc would be pretty dull with no expansions, only bug fixes.
"If you always do what you've always done, you'll always have what you've always had"
so making a expansion like toa is easier then fixing mastery of arms or the necro class?Naetha said:Because it isn't always that easy.