ferranifer wrote:luminier wrote:players
So how do we get more of those? What needs to happen to get players back? Because if all we need is more people to interact with... well... everyone just come play?
illiad wrote:[...] I have tried logging on a few times and I know that if I don't start doing a bunch of things right away, my skills are going to start rotting pretty soon. To be honest, I have been through so much in the last six months or so, it is a challenge just to remember how to play.[...]
glorfindel wrote:- The unwillingness of people to get involved with things that are slightly out of their
way / gaming the system (example: mage creates a _hailstorm_ on elvandar market.
Nobody cares, because the system does not punish you, you don't need to react.. ).
- The 'one-themedness' of the conflicts that happen and the lack of disputes. Seldomly
I did ever find myself in any conflict that did not get solved by a call to arms and was
not related with violence. It gets boring after a while.
glorfindel wrote:Let me clarify that hailstorm example. I watched a fire elemental being summoned and people not caring. The point is, the summoner was not a cleric and thus something known. High magic is nothing people are used to in geas. They are used to miracles by the gods, not magic by the common man.
There are a few things I wish were better, I wish the player-base was big enough that people could be priests of any religion. I would play all the time for the chance to be either a priestess of Evren or a druid.
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