Haha, you've gotta be kidding me. Cant be crying over ONLY 3-400 people.Oboy said:still not more then 3-400 ppl on alb/exc primetime
just my point, clustering will lead to ~6-700 ppl on albion, not that much of a zerg tbhDavidH said:Haha, you've gotta be kidding me. Cant be crying over ONLY 3-400 people.
We on Albion - Prydwen are god damn happy if we reach 250 people. Even that is a great achievement these days.
The huge downside of clustering:fotm said:Needed or not, i want it, would be good fun with alot of new fresh blood on the server, lots of action, if we dont get it i would be very disapointed
Aye. I reguarly swap realms to farm, play or whatever. Having a 8 hour timer would drive alot of people away from the game.Flimgoblin said:The huge downside of clustering:
One realm per account.
If you're on alb/pryd and haven't created anything on excal you will be unable to create anywhere other than alb/excal and alb/pryd.
If you have say alb/excal and hib/pryd there's an 8 hour timer before you can log in the other realm.
This isn't a problem for everyone but I know there's a lot of people that swap between excal and prydwen reasonably often. Alt-guilds and the like would be killed.
At its peak Alb/Exc would get 1000, 800-900 was normal primetime numbers for a long time. Given that 350 is very very lowDavidH said:We on Albion - Prydwen are god damn happy if we reach 250 people.
Aye, my experience as a crafter is that >40% people are anon when hiring crafters, at least.Void959 said:On the same note as Flim, remember theres also a hell of a lot of ppl in /anon... I've got no idea why, but I know from experience.
That's one arrogant reply to the #1 question for a majority of players currently.old.Whoodoo said:GOA Have replied to this numerous times, try using the search feature before posting and dragging up old subjects.