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Ultimate Geek


Topic # 31758 29-Mar-2009 17:59
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After playing WoW for nearly 3yrs now its time to move on, not even WOTLK expansion with the deathknight class could keep me playing nor the new additives like acheivements/raiding content, as for pvp its pretty much broken. I find WoW boring and i never got to this stage of boredom before i always had something great to do in the game now its just not the same.  So i hear the Warhammer online is a great MMO anyone here playing it? Any tips and whats the best pvp server for us kiwi players.





 





 





 





 





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Master Geek


  Reply # 204031 29-Mar-2009 19:08
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Sadly there's no oceanic PvP servers anymore. Was on Anlec but it was closed (complete blame on Mythic and EA for that, they should of allowed cross rule transfers to protect the last oceanic PvP server). Char moved to Ironclaw but it's been fairly dead.

Playing on the US PvP server Praag now, good during their prime time but also dead later at night. /shrug

It's allot of fun when there's scenarios, keep raids get fairly boring, but haven't been getting much of anything lately.



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Ultimate Geek


  Reply # 204889 2-Apr-2009 12:53
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Thanks. No oceanic servers? Oh well will find a good enough pvp server when i grab the game. Do they have a battlegrounds type of pvp like WoW does - CTF, hold the bases type of thing or is warhammer focus more on city raiding for pvp.  One thing that interests me is the many classes they have to choose im going to have fun first few days deciding which character i should stick with. 




Worst Response To A Crisis:
From a readers' Q and A column in TV GUIDE: "If we get involved in a nuclear war, would the electromagnetic pulses from exploding bombs damage my videotapes?"



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Master Geek


  Reply # 204928 2-Apr-2009 16:32
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Yeah, they call them scenarioes. Some of them are extremely fun (i.e. fighting near lava and most classes have some form of knockback lol).

I just cancelled my wife's and my accounts today. Was playing on Praag, the US PvP server which seemed good except late at night our time.

I really did enjoy the game, just not enough people on when I was playing to really enjoy it.



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Ultimate Geek


  Reply # 206190 9-Apr-2009 14:46
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Ok i have just ordered the game hopefully be here early next week can't wait to get my hands on it and kill me some noobs lol, I'll probably get my butt kicked by the veterans.  Thanks for the tips. :D




 




 





Worst Response To A Crisis:
From a readers' Q and A column in TV GUIDE: "If we get involved in a nuclear war, would the electromagnetic pulses from exploding bombs damage my videotapes?"



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Geek


  Reply # 212132 4-May-2009 15:51
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I havent played in a few months, but wht happened to the Darklands server? that was chockers full of kiwis/aus players, if it is still listed, that is the server I would choose to go on....

Ok I just checked the server listings and Darklands is still flagged Oceanic Server, so I would join that server to find lots of kiwis/aus players....

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