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[HAN]>busy< Master Alcy Mar 1, 2013 @ 6:12pm
When lv up we get points but i feel confused when trying to use them
why I cant add them straightly? I have to reduce someplace and then add to another place..is that how it really works???
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pdA.Choosy Moms Choose Jif Mar 2, 2013 @ 8:30am 
the idea is a noob player's character is only disadvantaged in the lack of options they have to change its play style. the only advantage a veteran player's character has is that they can change the playstyle a little bit to their liking. it's like guild wars...every person has the same amount of total skill points/skills/armor. it's supposed to come down to pure skill as opposed to who plays the game like a (2nd) job and grinds out better gear.
[HAN]>busy< Master Alcy Mar 2, 2013 @ 3:00pm 
Originally posted by Choosy Moms Choose Jif:
the idea is a noob player's character is only disadvantaged in the lack of options they have to change its play style. the only advantage a veteran player's character has is that they can change the playstyle a little bit to their liking. it's like guild wars...every person has the same amount of total skill points/skills/armor. it's supposed to come down to pure skill as opposed to who plays the game like a (2nd) job and grinds out better gear.
Understood..thanx for explaining Boss LOL
Syrsly Mar 2, 2013 @ 5:37pm 
I agree that the skill points are strange and feel very pointless. If you can't surpass another player's stats, there is no reason to bother leveling up.
KingJackaL Mar 2, 2013 @ 6:10pm 
The reason is to make the character suit your play-style more. While the progression options don't make you more powerful, they do allow you to make the character suit YOU better. So, maybe you want fight with a lot of movement, you can get extra speed in exchange for energy or armor - which you may not use as much.
[HAN]>busy< Master Alcy Mar 2, 2013 @ 9:08pm 
Originally posted by KingJackaL:
The reason is to make the character suit your play-style more. While the progression options don't make you more powerful, they do allow you to make the character suit YOU better. So, maybe you want fight with a lot of movement, you can get extra speed in exchange for energy or armor - which you may not use as much.
Yea shaman's spiritrual armor is useless
Syrsly Mar 3, 2013 @ 7:38pm 
Originally posted by KingJackaL:
The reason is to make the character suit your play-style more. While the progression options don't make you more powerful, they do allow you to make the character suit YOU better. So, maybe you want fight with a lot of movement, you can get extra speed in exchange for energy or armor - which you may not use as much.
Or... you could make it so we don't have to "level up" to do this. That would be more fair.
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Date Posted: Mar 1, 2013 @ 6:12pm
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