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PostSubject: An MMO we can call home?   Mon Feb 28, 2011 5:54 pm

I'll be editing this a lot to include other people's suggestions, first just throw out MMO's that you have played and like and still currently play. Later on we can vote for ones that we all want to play.

I believe it's best we find a game someone else is playing rather than start off fresh with a new because if that new MMO fails, we'll just have wasted some time. At least with this we have some feedback and recommendations.

I would just like to encourage adding in games that are free(makes it easier on everyone and not all of us have the means of paying for online MMOs like WoW) Also, please try keeping these age friendly...since we have a lot of people -16 here.

Here are my MMOs:
FlyFF(Fly for fun)
Site: http://flyff.gpotato.com/v16/index.html
From my understanding and playing, the background story was about 3 continents separated...really I just remember the features which were flying, and all the events they have that makes everyone rich.

Shaiya
Site: http://shaiya.aeriagames.com/
This is about two different sides, Dark and Light when you first play you get to choose what side you want to play on (I have two accounts for both so don't worry about what side) this game seems to be a bit more 15+ because of a few topless mobs on the Light side and the slight very slight nudity on the Dark side...It says it's for 18+ but I don't see any real R rated material.

I'm just listing these two because RO(Ragnarok Online) has too many private servers and I don't know which would be suitable, plus the community is not as nice as it used to be...

I also play Audition, but it's a dancing game rather than an MMO.


MMO list:
Fly For Fun
Shaiya
League of Legends
Lord of the Rings Online
Runes of Magic
Jade Dynasty




Notes: Sorry about this if it's not in my place, but I'm just letting the community decide, if you do or don't want to play the MMO we pick than that's just your choice, no one is forced to play anything.


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PostSubject: Re: An MMO we can call home?   Mon Feb 28, 2011 6:33 pm

Looking at the list of actual well established F2P MMO's....

LoTRO - Lord of the Rings Online.


The company for this game has recently turned it over to f2p, just like how they did Dungeons and Dragons Online (this turnover to f2p has made it gain back a LOT of playerbase)
It features a lot of content, can do low to very pretty graphics, and gameplay is fun. It has a lot of lore pertaining to the books.

RoM - Runes of Magic

Another f2p, and probably one of the better ones when it comes to content. Graphics seem decent.

Those are the ones I'd like to throw up in the air that I am interested in currently playing.
f2p market doesn't excite me as much so I can only offer 2 ._.

I'd throw in RO if it was a medium sized server with a decent amount of people and was a low low rate...

Otherwise any p2p games I'd prolly enjoy...


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PostSubject: Re: An MMO we can call home?   Mon Feb 28, 2011 6:35 pm

As we discussed in chat free games would be the best and trying to keep it at a good age rating for people in the guild. So I would recommend two good MMO's that I play/played, the first one is Lord of the Rings Online and the second one would have to be League of Legends, both are easy to download with easy instructions and they are simple and fun to play.
I reccommend that when choosing server locations we should go for the US as most of the guild are there and the people that aren't shouldn't have any problems playing it with them.

Lord of the Rings Online (LOTRO)
- This is a free to pay MMO with high quality game play and graphics I would highly recommend this to people who enjoy playing RPG's, you basicly make your own character and progress in the game leveling up etc like most other MMORPG's.
Races and Classes intro -> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1lAB7OA7AZY&feature=related
Character Creation -> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TxfO9_pQhCg

Offical Website -> http://www.lotro.com/home.php?


League of Legends (LoL)
- This is a free to play RTS/RPG game, this is a very fun game to play and you can have 3v3 and 5v5 or 1v1's whichever why you want to play. I think it would be a good game for the guild with all the multiplayer options, in the game you basicly level up your character and as you do that you can increase you characters abilities to make them stronger, faster or whatever. It is one of the best games I play online right now and it isn't hard to manage. The trailer is good but and the link for it is here if you want to watch it.

Offical Website -> http://www.leagueoflegends.com/


Anyways post some of the games you play and think would be good to play as a guild below.


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PostSubject: Re: An MMO we can call home?   Tue Mar 01, 2011 4:07 pm

hmm I have not realy tried any of those games, might try them once i can pick a new a gaming computer(so stressful) lol. Hmm another ok mmo is jade dynasty it was interesting had some good features
jd.perfectworld.com/
There are a few awsome looking mmo coming out this year such as swtor but thats a pay to play shame
emm guild wars 2 might be coming out near the end that looks good
Frown i feel so bored lol
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PostSubject: Re: An MMO we can call home?   Thu Mar 03, 2011 3:20 pm

I've decided not to share my suggestions, and they're paid anyway, so...
I was actually going to suggest LOTRO, so I vote for that.. Was thinking about playing that before, and I know i will if some of you join. Topic revived

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PostSubject: Re: An MMO we can call home?   Thu Mar 03, 2011 6:15 pm

I added them all to the top post. I will start a poll this saturday, please make your suggestions.

@Mac: Downs told me you pretty much have to donate to play that game if you want to be successful in it, but I'd just play for you guys anyway.
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PostSubject: Re: An MMO we can call home?   Thu Mar 03, 2011 8:04 pm

Memieko wrote:
I added them all to the top post. I will start a poll this saturday, please make your suggestions.

@Mac: Downs told me you pretty much have to donate to play that game if you want to be successful in it, but I'd just play for you guys anyway.

LotRO? Couple things wrong with that statement...
It's not a private server. You aren't 'donating'. Everything is a legitimate purchase.
Paying doesn't make you successful in this type of game. Just gives you access to most content past 20.
'pay2win' is another term you hear about f2p games. It's pretty much impossible to find a mmo title worthwhile without spending money.

I say it's worth the time and effort put into it anyway. If it's enjoyable, why not.
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PostSubject: Re: An MMO we can call home?   Thu Mar 03, 2011 9:50 pm

I have better things to pay for rather than buy things in a video game that can easily get hacked or that I won't play with permanently. Also, when I said donation my mind set was on purchasing, and don't lecture me about how wrong I am, it's one of the things I hate most. I know what a legitimate purchase is I just came out with the word "Donation"
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PostSubject: Re: An MMO we can call home?   Fri Mar 04, 2011 3:36 am

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I have better things to pay for rather than buy things in a video game that can easily get hacked or that I won't play with permanently. Also, when I said donation my mind set was on purchasing, and don't lecture me about how wrong I am, it's one of the things I hate most. I know what a legitimate purchase is I just came out with the word "Donation"

Hacked? Don't give your password out or use your legit password on private servers. Same goes for email address. I've been playing MMO's since 2004, never been hacked, and played private servers constantly.

Wont play a game permanently? I don't even remember 90% of the movies I've went and saw, which typically run for 10 bucks each plus more at the movie theater, for at most 2.5 hours of entertainment.

MMO's take a long butt time to create, refine, and improve. Sorry, I'm all for getting paid for my hard work and effort. (it seems in f2p you generally spend more money anyway)

Neither this nor my previous post was meant to be a lecture. That was a Mac Quote anyway...
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PostSubject: Re: An MMO we can call home?   Fri Mar 04, 2011 5:59 am

Memieko wrote:
I added them all to the top post. I will start a poll this saturday, please make your suggestions.

@Mac: Downs told me you pretty much have to donate to play that game if you want to be successful in it, but I'd just play for you guys anyway.

You don't have to donate to get past level 20 it is only if you want to do a little bit extra in the game my friend has a level 65 character and he didn't pay for it. You can be successful at the end whether you want to pay or not.
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PostSubject: Re: An MMO we can call home?   Fri Mar 04, 2011 11:25 am

Look, I'd love to pay for an MMO, but I don't have money or a job to pay for them and I sure as heck don't want someone else paying it for me. Also, my email has gotten hacked before, I don't feel safe buying items and equips for a game when they can be so easily taken. And like I said, there's games like FlyFF and Audition where you only buy things if you really want to. Which people do, and donation items are available through buying anyway.

Road I am fully aware that I don't have to pay past level 20, but according to Downs, in order to "not suck" I would have to buy items to make my character better. I'm playing anyway to see if that's true, because I'm sure there is a build that can probably work against that.


Look as I said, I'm playing anyway, if I like it I'll probably buy stuff when I gt a job, if not I won't care much and just keep messing around on it without buying anything.
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PostSubject: Re: An MMO we can call home?   Fri Mar 04, 2011 3:48 pm

I have decided that I want to give FlyFF a try. I dont want to be the only one so is anyone willing to register and play with me at same time? I dont want to feel stranded if this can potenially be our future mmorpg home :<3:

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PostSubject: Re: An MMO we can call home?   Fri Mar 04, 2011 4:25 pm

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I have decided that I want to give FlyFF a try. I dont want to be the only one so is anyone willing to register and play with me at same time? I dont want to feel stranded if this can potenially be our future mmorpg home :<3:

Hey ari when you download and install, play on the Lawolf server(It'll be in the menu after you log into the game) That's the server I play, I can help you a bit when you get on.
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PostSubject: Re: An MMO we can call home?   Fri Mar 04, 2011 6:19 pm

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Also, my email has gotten hacked before, I don't feel safe buying items and equips for a game when they can be so easily taken.

Oh when you said you didn't like buying things since they could be easily hacked, I thought you meant YOU could hack and get them, but you were talking about OTHER people hacking you, oh...
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PostSubject: Re: An MMO we can call home?   Fri Mar 04, 2011 6:37 pm

I was on youtube and ran across this video it is great for people who don't know much about LoTRO. It basicly shows you gameplay when you start off in the game and I would say it looks good.
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PostSubject: Re: An MMO we can call home?   Fri Mar 04, 2011 7:59 pm

hmm im thinking of giving eve online a try ive always loved games like x3 or sins of a solar empire
also world of tanks is pretty fun if you want to give that a try
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PostSubject: Re: An MMO we can call home?   Fri Mar 04, 2011 9:08 pm

naffyg wrote:
hmm im thinking of giving eve online a try ive always loved games like x3 or sins of a solar empire
also world of tanks is pretty fun if you want to give that a try

EvE online? I've played that. I have a 16mil+ sp character. Only thing is, it's very much a niche game and you learn skills by how much time has passed, which can vary from 30min to 7~ days for low skills, and 7 days to 30 days for high level skills, sometimes more or less. I like the game but from experience, i doubt others would be so optimistic.
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PostSubject: Re: An MMO we can call home?   Sat Mar 05, 2011 7:23 am

So has it been decided that we are going to play LoTRO ??
We got a good set up yesterday =D
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PostSubject: Re: An MMO we can call home?   Sun Mar 06, 2011 4:07 am

I'm on with LotRO Smile
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PostSubject: Re: An MMO we can call home?   Sun Mar 06, 2011 7:32 am

Sounds good Lewa, btw we are going to be playing on the server "Windfola" so if you want to make a start now you can, oh and its on the US server not the EU one.
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PostSubject: Re: An MMO we can call home?   Sun Mar 06, 2011 4:18 pm

so who has started playing lotro? i will do once i got my new pc sorted
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PostSubject: Re: An MMO we can call home?   Sun Mar 06, 2011 4:22 pm

Apparently everyone has chosen LOTRO as their home MMO, I already started playing last night. So its a official.
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PostSubject: Re: An MMO we can call home?   Sun Mar 06, 2011 7:55 pm

I always had a feeling that LoTRO that won it, it is a really good game everyone should try it
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PostSubject: Re: An MMO we can call home?   Mon Mar 07, 2011 6:39 am

Memieko wrote:
Apparently everyone has chosen LOTRO as their home MMO, I already started playing last night. So its a official.
Didn't even download it Razz
P.S:ok maybe i did...
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PostSubject: Re: An MMO we can call home?   Mon Mar 07, 2011 1:33 pm

LotRO installed, but i have to wait till i get a new password cause i forgoted the old one XD
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