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Mythic’s Got it Upside Down

Today we got a thread asking the community…. what they want to be asked about/what they want to discuss. After a few posts James replied that the questions seemed to be geared more at the devs than what he was hoping for in terms of questions to stimulate discussion. The truth is that while the community may want to be asked questions and feel like their feedback/input means something, we really have more questions for the developers that we want answered. Sure I’d love for you to ask me about my thoughts, but what I really want to know is your thoughts, Mythic. Why haven’t you addressed physical RDPS yet? When will you balance the new armor sets and bring them in line with the rest of the armor sets? Are there any plans to ever give us new locations/T5 to fight in, or are we stuck in Praag for the next 6 years?

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  1. Dilek
    March 13, 2011 at 7:19 AM

    I noticed that several people have latched onto your idea of turning old pqs etc into battlefield objectives to revitalize the maps. Eka, you do have readers! You really do! =)

    Other than that… if this game hasn’t changed/improved/expanded in 6 years, it won’t be here any more. ( Nice use of hyperbole though. )

  2. zizlak
    March 14, 2011 at 2:26 AM

    I think that Mythic has either no idea how to fix/improve the game..or no interest/personnel to do it.

    Therefore they pretend to listen to the community by asking this questions and refuse to communicate any own ideas how they want to fix WAR.

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