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Re: Getting Started

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Romeo wrote:
Haha wrote:
Romeo wrote:What are your goals?
Also, what kind of player are you? Ie very active or semi active, do u relish competition, do u want to progress asap, do u like socialising and anything else that may be relivant to this topic. This might help us help u better.



Im mostly into pvp and i prefer party grind. Also i cant be online often.
Since pvp is now cross server any world is good for that but if you can't be online too often and if your thinking of going to end game I would choose a world like epona where they roll for drops. Since u can't get online too often it might be hard to get enough DKP to bid for raid items whereas a rolling server u can just roll for the drops whenever your online and decide to do a world boss. Then again if u want pvp your gunna want the best gear so world boss items is the way forward for u, I would defo go with epona based on what your looking for. Just pray they don't change their rules lol

+1 that’s my issue with dominant servers, they turn this game into a full time job... not my thing. Epona is definitely the server for you @Haha. You can still get amazing gear without having to be crazy active, whereas on pretty much any other server the only way you’re going to get the top gear is by being crazy active (treating this game like it’s a job lol)
Zkills level 111 warrior, Proud general/last active member of the beloved KodiakReavers of Belenus.

Zkills, new mage of Epona, chieftain of KodiakReavers

Re: Getting Started

#22
^ ikr zkills. It's a pain in the a'hole, did that on Arawn the worst thing are the diff time zones so I needed to get up at daft'o'clock in the morning n I think that's why I only did a hand full. Dun think it's anyone's fault, it's just the way the games set up. I find it a problem that we are given like a blank canvas to do as we like and make our own rules.

Re: Getting Started

#23
Don't expect too much for low levels, Heroes Landing, Lirs Reach and Croockback hollow etc are never very populated areas as there is basically nothing to gain, go to castle instead. You also have to take in the timezone, most servers have a player base like this: Americans>Euro's>Asia/Aussie. So usually at American night time the servers are much more empty.

Epona is a good server choice if you're more of a casual player. It's very active and they have a unique rolling sytem for the whole server.

I wouldn't choose Arawn as the EG clan requires you to have a certain activity in order to gain drops, if you can't be online too often I don't think that's something for you.

My home server Herne has been pretty active lately. The EG clan (LazyDrunks) getting 70-80 toons for bt on and 40-50 toons for normal raids. We have a bit (non friendly though) competition here and there. We're a pretty laid back clan, a casual player would certainly fit in. Not the largest server but perhaps it's worth a shot.

Idk much about Gwydion but I heard they are very active and they seemed to have good systems in place as well. Large server so that's always a good thing.

As for the other servers, they all have their own system in place, but I don't think any of them are a bad choice, if it was then those servers would've been empty already.
Herne - LazyDrunks

Rogue 222
Warrior 221
Ranger 220
Mage 220
Warrior 201

Re: Getting Started

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Haha wrote:Thank you all for the suggestions, i will stick with epona then and will make a druid, since i guess it will be the most easy way to get into party when i can


Not necessarily. Some people don’t like to level with druids as their dps generally isn’t great (for your average Druid, there are some dps druids which are extremely OP).

Unless you love the class by all means go for it. But if you’re doing it to get a party easier for levelling, a mage is prob a better option. In terms of bossing it doesn’t matter if you get a party, unless it’s changed a lot people will be obliged to group you assuming certain conditions (within 10 lvl of boss etc). Their rules are on their sub forum.
MrsDredd - 221 Rogue
Penny Dreadful - 220 Tank Warrior
NurseDredd - 220 Druid
DreadOnFire - Fire Mage in training
Dreadshot - Ranger in training

Pegasus, Lugh
Celtic Heroes noob since September 2017

Re: Getting Started

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Haha wrote:Hello, i just started the game, and i started to wonder, which server i should play on? Is there any noticable (or whatever how to spell that) difference among them?

Also, im wondering which class to play, druid kinda cought my eye since he can be valuable in raids and is good on pvp, but can he solo lvl?

Druid will almost certainly be hardest to lvl, but I'd mostly recommend picking whichever class best matches the playstyle you're likely to enjoy most.

Since you're starting on Epona, feel free to hit me up. I'll help how I can. you can mail or pm Mirdon (205 mage) on Epona, or whisper me if u see me, or you can pm me here or on YouTube (YT channel link in Signature)

Good luck, and happy hunting!
killface lvl 155 Rogue of Balor
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NarWolf lvl 200+ warrior of Alliance on Lugh


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Re: Getting Started

#28
They are easy to level to 170 in carrowmore tunnels but they don’t do much damage in the tower where you will be levelling from 170+. And their skills use a lot of energy and have long recast times. Their heals also get interrupted a lot so if you’re solo levelling and taking aggro it can be a problem.

I think around lvl 200 I was getting less than half a bar per xp lix when I tried solo levelling. My gear wasn’t amazing but it wasn’t bad either and because I’m in a dom clan I was able to borrow decent gear like necro cooldown braces and mord grims. Epona doesn’t generally have that luxury unless you have good friends willing to lend you stuff.
MrsDredd - 221 Rogue
Penny Dreadful - 220 Tank Warrior
NurseDredd - 220 Druid
DreadOnFire - Fire Mage in training
Dreadshot - Ranger in training

Pegasus, Lugh
Celtic Heroes noob since September 2017

Re: Getting Started

#29
MrsDredd wrote:They are easy to level to 170 in carrowmore tunnels but they don’t do much damage in the tower where you will be levelling from 170+. And their skills use a lot of energy and have long recast times. Their heals also get interrupted a lot so if you’re solo levelling and taking aggro it can be a problem.

Don’t forget evasions... it’ll happen a lot
Zkills level 111 warrior, Proud general/last active member of the beloved KodiakReavers of Belenus.

Zkills, new mage of Epona, chieftain of KodiakReavers

Re: Getting Started

#30
Haha wrote:
Killface wrote:Druid will almost certainly be hardest to lvl, but I'd mostly recommend picking whichever class best matches the playstyle you're likely to enjoy most.


Why is he most likely be hardest to lvl?


Thanks to the expanded quest line, and anyone in a decent Clan can level to 150 without much problem following the quests and just getting help on the hard ones. After that though, it's pretty much up to elixirs. The problem here is that the goal is to kill as many things as you can in as short a time span as possible. Droids can do high DPS, but they don't do high DPS incredibly quickly especially when compared to other classes. Also, as mentioned before, you'll get interrupted. Druids have the most difficulty with interruption from any glass. it's because most of their damage often comes from their skills or most of their defense often comes from their skills, or both. While Mages have basically all of their damaged coming from their spells as well, mages have a skill called energy Shield which stops the opponent from interrupting you while it's up. the druid skill sanctuary can do the same thing but it's not nearly as strong as energy shield and so is seldom the best way to invest your skill points. Group leveling, well it is more efficient, is actually not incredibly popular. Mostly because this is a cellphone game I think. People want to be able level on their own time. One of the reasons that I play so much is because I can take the game in my pocket with me wherever I'm headed. (really hoping to do a video playing in the ocean well I'm here in Hawaii if I can.)
Also on the subject of group Lvling, because Druids don't do as much damage as quickly, there are times they won't be the first people to pick for a group. They are the best in the game for helping other people survive meaning that there should be a high demand, but the survivability needed for leveling can be obtain just by using items from the Platinum shop which most people do. These items can be purchased from other players who spend money on Platinum, so they're plentiful during certain times and people often stock up and then level that way. At bosses Druids are incredibly necessary because you need both the bus from Madrid and the bus from the Platinum shop to take out the boss but why would one, one of the other will suffice. Leveling with one DPS in one Droid gets you more total XP, but it doesn't get each person more XP. this means that while it's cheaper to level with a Droid, it's faster to so level without one
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