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Re: Grimtide and other like minded deniers from RoA
Reply #60
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Re: Grimtide and other like minded deniers from RoA
Reply #61
@grimtide you guys are a dying breed.  You are in complete denial that everything you suggested turned out to be a failure. You guys dominated DF scene as long simply because AV had a bunch of inexperienced game designers who just did what was feed to them from the 'elite' players.  You guys were given an open canvas to draw RoA to your liking but how did that turn out?  Increase loot and game will flourish lol.  Add more portal and game will flourish lol.  Remove the grind and game will flourish lol.

Ub3rgames is very determined to design a very particular flavor of the game that has a long term vision and sustainability.  You guys are pretty much a non factor in DND.  In the grand scheme of things not having 200 or so delusional vets like yourself will make no difference.  You are very good at spinning things so I won't engage.  Please keep enjoying RoA and don't waste time trying to taint DND with your years of failure and baggage.


grimtide is a massive clueless nonfactor with goofy teeth and got carried by any players in any clan hes been in or made by asslicking, i think hes a mongo but the fact you made a thread at him makes you a mongo as well good sir.

everyone is playing in bubbles and the game world is too big for this population, if you make alts and travel around theres more stuff going on than you think, sieges and politics will kick the game up a bit but i agree the game probably has less than RoA because only hype attracts people to this game and new dawn had none.

its worrying @Ub3rgames  has gone silent recently on issues, like there should be hotfixes to fix the alfar drake mount for example, it wouldnt take long but hes ignored it, he allows 1 clan to control the discord, hes ignoring the community.

a title system added to indev a few days before launch, not really anything new from the original game even after a long testing period, magic changes again which are weeks away messing with peoples builds and titles, the lack of development is worrying because hes on the clock now the game has launched and theres ALOT to do.

Uber has made several posts over the past couple days regarding the issues we are experiencing, including drake mounts, magic changes, etc.  What silence are you speaking of?

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Re: Grimtide and other like minded deniers from RoA
Reply #62
People talking shit about Grimtide's skill only because they know he's Hawaiian and will never play this game.

Re: Grimtide and other like minded deniers from RoA
Reply #63
New Dawn appeals to a very small hardcore old school niche that doesn't have much merit these days. You may have that community by your side, but the vast majority of the MMO community won't even pay attention to this. And when people die while escorting their bank to a different location or have to travel for an hour to reach their new clan's capital then they won't be able to handle the loss.

You can say that they don't belong in DND to begin with, but that's not how you should look at this. Everyone matters. Especially those casuals.


Re: Grimtide and other like minded deniers from RoA
Reply #64
New Dawn appeals to a very small hardcore old school niche that doesn't have much merit these days. You may have that community by your side, but the vast majority of the MMO community won't even pay attention to this. And when people die while escorting their bank to a different location or have to travel for an hour to reach their new clan's capital then they won't be able to handle the loss.

You can say that they don't belong in DND to begin with, but that's not how you should look at this. Everyone matters. Especially those casuals.

What excuse you have for RoA failure? It died faster than UW. Yeah Darkfall Unholy Wars did better !

Re: Grimtide and other like minded deniers from RoA
Reply #65
New Dawn appeals to a very small hardcore old school niche that doesn't have much merit these days. You may have that community by your side, but the vast majority of the MMO community won't even pay attention to this. And when people die while escorting their bank to a different location or have to travel for an hour to reach their new clan's capital then they won't be able to handle the loss.

You can say that they don't belong in DND to begin with, but that's not how you should look at this. Everyone matters. Especially those casuals.



Dweeb, go play PUBG.
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Re: Grimtide and other like minded deniers from RoA
Reply #66
New Dawn appeals to a very small hardcore old school niche that doesn't have much merit these days. You may have that community by your side, but the vast majority of the MMO community won't even pay attention to this. And when people die while escorting their bank to a different location or have to travel for an hour to reach their new clan's capital then they won't be able to handle the loss.

You can say that they don't belong in DND to begin with, but that's not how you should look at this. Everyone matters. Especially those casuals.

What excuse you have for RoA failure? It died faster than UW. Yeah Darkfall Unholy Wars did better !
Unholy Wars did significantly better than both ROA and DND, and DND is doing worse than ROA. What's your excuse?

New Dawn appeals to a very small hardcore old school niche that doesn't have much merit these days. You may have that community by your side, but the vast majority of the MMO community won't even pay attention to this. And when people die while escorting their bank to a different location or have to travel for an hour to reach their new clan's capital then they won't be able to handle the loss.

You can say that they don't belong in DND to begin with, but that's not how you should look at this. Everyone matters. Especially those casuals.



Dweeb, go play PUBG.
That has literally nothing to do with anything.

Re: Grimtide and other like minded deniers from RoA
Reply #67
New Dawn appeals to a very small hardcore old school niche that doesn't have much merit these days. You may have that community by your side, but the vast majority of the MMO community won't even pay attention to this. And when people die while escorting their bank to a different location or have to travel for an hour to reach their new clan's capital then they won't be able to handle the loss.

You can say that they don't belong in DND to begin with, but that's not how you should look at this. Everyone matters. Especially those casuals.



Your moaning about travel? The map might be to big for this population but jesus christ this screams WoW player mentality, sorry this game doesnt have instanced queues you can queue up for anywhere so you can get some pvp or pve or a eagle that will fly you around to every location on the map.

You can put raw gold at a 10% fee into a global wallet that can be taken out at any bank, which in turn leads to items being bought at markets in NPC cities which is extremely safe, so theres no excuse for completely lacking items, in time houses will also have vendors spread out across the world, but loss is a part of the game if not with losing it in pvp, durability or usage, clearly you havent played this game, get back to WoW kid.

@grimtide you guys are a dying breed.  You are in complete denial that everything you suggested turned out to be a failure. You guys dominated DF scene as long simply because AV had a bunch of inexperienced game designers who just did what was feed to them from the 'elite' players.  You guys were given an open canvas to draw RoA to your liking but how did that turn out?  Increase loot and game will flourish lol.  Add more portal and game will flourish lol.  Remove the grind and game will flourish lol.

Ub3rgames is very determined to design a very particular flavor of the game that has a long term vision and sustainability.  You guys are pretty much a non factor in DND.  In the grand scheme of things not having 200 or so delusional vets like yourself will make no difference.  You are very good at spinning things so I won't engage.  Please keep enjoying RoA and don't waste time trying to taint DND with your years of failure and baggage.


grimtide is a massive clueless nonfactor with goofy teeth and got carried by any players in any clan hes been in or made by asslicking, i think hes a mongo but the fact you made a thread at him makes you a mongo as well good sir.

everyone is playing in bubbles and the game world is too big for this population, if you make alts and travel around theres more stuff going on than you think, sieges and politics will kick the game up a bit but i agree the game probably has less than RoA because only hype attracts people to this game and new dawn had none.

its worrying @Ub3rgames  has gone silent recently on issues, like there should be hotfixes to fix the alfar drake mount for example, it wouldnt take long but hes ignored it, he allows 1 clan to control the discord, hes ignoring the community.

a title system added to indev a few days before launch, not really anything new from the original game even after a long testing period, magic changes again which are weeks away messing with peoples builds and titles, the lack of development is worrying because hes on the clock now the game has launched and theres ALOT to do.

Uber has made several posts over the past couple days regarding the issues we are experiencing, including drake mounts, magic changes, etc.  What silence are you speaking of?

His forum presence (or the supposed companies) when people have concerns or ask questions on here is very lacking, this is the official forum, the actual official method of communication with his player base, i even rejoined the unofficially run discord server to see people being banned by a lux arcana member and asked a question 3 times directly to him to get no reply.

Look at the general level of response in the feedback, suggestions, player help sections of the forums etc. Its near non existant. In indev it was quite high and they interacted with the community alot more than after launch. Take the fan boy sunglasses off and see reality.
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Re: Grimtide and other like minded deniers from RoA
Reply #68
I think New Dawn will survive and evolve for quite some time. Things are still very rough and alot more features need to be added to make local banking and the gameworld alive.

Look at it this way. New Dawn more or less still has the unique and fun aspects of Darkfall combat + trying to make the mmorpg aspect work and not just a gankfest and only some very few pvpers remain playing.

I was very against some of the changes that uber made that hurt PvP gameplay and made the game a bit biased towards zergs. But in the end you have to accept some changes for the longetivity and greater good.

I expect this game after the initial dip in population to grow slowly over time unlike the other iterations that were basically on a freefall and no hope of recovery.
  • Last Edit: February 14, 2018, 08:39:48 am by ironkid

Re: Grimtide and other like minded deniers from RoA
Reply #69
It will depend on Ub3r and their speed and quality of updates. For even trying to attract new players, we need new characters and their animations badly. The world looks decent, there are some graphic assets that are very dated (the things on Elven buildings or so) but all in all it is acceptable in full graphics (and after week they will get used to the min ones needed for playing :) ), however the characters are really ugly imo and first impression is important. For all of us, we need to get the content they have promissed us, and the speed of delivery needs to be fast enough. I can only wish them good luck.

Re: Grimtide and other like minded deniers from RoA
Reply #70
I think New Dawn will survive and evolve for quite some time. Things are still very rough and alot more features need to be added to make local banking and the gameworld alive.

Look at it this way. New Dawn more or less still has the unique and fun aspects of Darkfall combat + trying to make the mmorpg aspect work and not just a gankfest and only some very few pvpers remain playing.

I was very against some of the changes that uber made that hurt PvP gameplay and made the game a bit biased towards zergs. But in the end you have to accept some changes for the longetivity and greater good.

I expect this game after the initial dip in population to grow slowly over time unlike the other iterations that were basically on a freefall and no hope of recovery.

I haven't even seen an initial dip in pop and even lean towards the pop growing since launch, either way it seems very stable at the worst and is a very good sign for the future.
Mycke Soulslayer - Supreme General: Rastalfarian - An all Alfar clan of all play styles in all time zones, welcoming new and vet players alike.

Re: Grimtide and other like minded deniers from RoA
Reply #71
I think New Dawn will survive and evolve for quite some time. Things are still very rough and alot more features need to be added to make local banking and the gameworld alive.

Look at it this way. New Dawn more or less still has the unique and fun aspects of Darkfall combat + trying to make the mmorpg aspect work and not just a gankfest and only some very few pvpers remain playing.

I was very against some of the changes that uber made that hurt PvP gameplay and made the game a bit biased towards zergs. But in the end you have to accept some changes for the longetivity and greater good.

I expect this game after the initial dip in population to grow slowly over time unlike the other iterations that were basically on a freefall and no hope of recovery.

I haven't even seen an initial dip in pop and even lean towards the pop growing since launch, either way it seems very stable at the worst and is a very good sign for the future.

There's a fine line between optimism and delusion.

Re: Grimtide and other like minded deniers from RoA
Reply #72
I think New Dawn will survive and evolve for quite some time. Things are still very rough and alot more features need to be added to make local banking and the gameworld alive.

Look at it this way. New Dawn more or less still has the unique and fun aspects of Darkfall combat + trying to make the mmorpg aspect work and not just a gankfest and only some very few pvpers remain playing.

I was very against some of the changes that uber made that hurt PvP gameplay and made the game a bit biased towards zergs. But in the end you have to accept some changes for the longetivity and greater good.

I expect this game after the initial dip in population to grow slowly over time unlike the other iterations that were basically on a freefall and no hope of recovery.

I haven't even seen an initial dip in pop and even lean towards the pop growing since launch, either way it seems very stable at the worst and is a very good sign for the future.

There's a fine line between optimism and delusion.

Says the guy who doesn't play....
Mycke Soulslayer - Supreme General: Rastalfarian - An all Alfar clan of all play styles in all time zones, welcoming new and vet players alike.

Re: Grimtide and other like minded deniers from RoA
Reply #73
I think New Dawn will survive and evolve for quite some time. Things are still very rough and alot more features need to be added to make local banking and the gameworld alive.

Look at it this way. New Dawn more or less still has the unique and fun aspects of Darkfall combat + trying to make the mmorpg aspect work and not just a gankfest and only some very few pvpers remain playing.

I was very against some of the changes that uber made that hurt PvP gameplay and made the game a bit biased towards zergs. But in the end you have to accept some changes for the longetivity and greater good.

I expect this game after the initial dip in population to grow slowly over time unlike the other iterations that were basically on a freefall and no hope of recovery.

I haven't even seen an initial dip in pop and even lean towards the pop growing since launch, either way it seems very stable at the worst and is a very good sign for the future.

There's a fine line between optimism and delusion.

Says the guy who doesn't play....

Says the guy who never played RoA but claimed it was a ghost town for the last 6 months, lollolll

I don't need to play to see the writing literally on the wall.  Even fanboys are waking up from their indev delusions.

Re: Grimtide and other like minded deniers from RoA
Reply #74
I think New Dawn will survive and evolve for quite some time. Things are still very rough and alot more features need to be added to make local banking and the gameworld alive.

Look at it this way. New Dawn more or less still has the unique and fun aspects of Darkfall combat + trying to make the mmorpg aspect work and not just a gankfest and only some very few pvpers remain playing.

I was very against some of the changes that uber made that hurt PvP gameplay and made the game a bit biased towards zergs. But in the end you have to accept some changes for the longetivity and greater good.

I expect this game after the initial dip in population to grow slowly over time unlike the other iterations that were basically on a freefall and no hope of recovery.

I haven't even seen an initial dip in pop and even lean towards the pop growing since launch, either way it seems very stable at the worst and is a very good sign for the future.

There's a fine line between optimism and delusion.

Says the guy who doesn't play....

Says the guy who never played RoA but claimed it was a ghost town for the last 6 months, lollolll

I don't need to play to see the writing literally on the wall.  Even fanboys are waking up from their indev delusions.

The difference is I was right....
Mycke Soulslayer - Supreme General: Rastalfarian - An all Alfar clan of all play styles in all time zones, welcoming new and vet players alike.