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You should play something that is better than Alter aeon. So many better muds.
I’m sure there are. But I don’t have lots of time to get good at them, and I’m currently stuck on the cemetery quest near the start of the game. Probably never going to be a pro at gaming.
Just get some one to run you through it. I know their are botters all over that game. I stopped playing because of the toxic playerbase and nobody wanting to help me get high level equipment after being gone for over a year.
I think you should. It sounds awesome. I haven’t gotten it because I’m not sure about how I will do with being hard of hearing and directionalizing sound on that game seems kind of important. Plus the navigation is said to be rather interesting for a game like that.
They are super toxic on there. I hardly get on there anymore except if I want to do some mining, which I’m doing right now.
It’s pretty dependent on small-ish sound cues, yeah. But the maps are actually not nearly as confusing as they could be, it’s still pretty cardinal-direction-based.
I really want to try it lol.
I actually backed the Kickstarter a year or so back and totally forgot I had.
I never realized the kickstarter was going on, and then watched the trailor last week and was very impressed.
I’m glad they at least went through with it. Some people really give up on projects. It’s not conducive to people helping you back something if you’re going to give up on something.
I’m not saying people giving up on a project after getting it backed isn’t a thing, but I definitely can see how someone might give up on a project if it’s not getting funded/backed. Former comes down to work ethic though.
Yeah, I didn’t follow the updates all that closely after backing it, but am glad they came out with something, though my inner tester wishes there were fewer odd errors.
Still, its’ playable and fun.
That’ makes a lot of sense. Kudos to #AHC for sticking with it.
I’ve backed off of Alter because it often feels too much like work. A Hero’s Call has been fun the whole way through. It also doesn’t suck my time like Alter. Alter has its moments, so I probably won’t give it up entirely.
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