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5/06/12 12:59:08 AM#21
Originally posted by Asheram
Yes Ash this is exactly what he is saying...
Pay to Win= buying monthy sub.
Exactly what he is saying.
5/06/12 1:09:07 PM#22
Originally posted by kendaron
Pay 2 win means that you need to pay for it in order to stay in direct competition with other players. Not pay 2 win is pay for convenience or aesthetics. Convenience items are things like increased bag space/inventory space. It doesn't matter if everyone agrees with something or not, you cannot always twist and turn things the way how you like it or it would remove objectivity and common ground as the base of discussions.
5/06/12 11:16:37 PM#23
Originally posted by GoldenArrow
This is one of the reasons i hate f2p games. They create fustrations then sell (or rent) the solution. inventory and warehouse space is an easy target for this mechanic. It disgusts me to learn gw2 is b2p with an item mall, since buying bag space isnt a costume, deco pet, or account service (like xfers or name changes). Best part is in f2p games they give you a ton of item mall goodies that are only usefull later and need to be stored somewhere long term, making the situation wose.
Having more than enough bag space is vital, i dont like having to choose things to rid, especially if they can be used down the road or i know other people who may need them.
In fact, i found Anarchy Online to have one of the best storage systems, giving you tons of space with the ability to put bags with more space in, making sorting easy. It sounds like TSW will have the same, and the preview video where they explained crafting showed this.
I'm typing this with my middle finger.
5/06/12 11:20:57 PM#24
Originally posted by bigsmiff
I am also an MMORPG Hoarder. I had dozens of cheap apartments in EQ2 just to hold all the furniture I planned to 'use later'. I was always afraid I'd log in one day and find my charactor dead and buried under an avalanche of fireplaces, festive tables, and kegs.
I created guilds for each toon in WoW, just to hold all the herbs I planned to 'someday' use for my scribe or alchemist, or my ores or cloths and leathers. I used to fill all my bag space with pets, back in the day, as well.
I could barely vendor a 'grey' without worrying that it was somehow useful to one toon or the other.
5/07/12 4:34:39 PM#25
Originally posted by GeezerGamer
36 inventory space, 102 bank. And each of them can contain container for 21. You might need to leave few slot free but still...
138 * 21 = 2 898
So max space for one toon is nearly 2900 items. To keep things usable leave it to 2700...
If it's anything near there I can live with it ;D
I think you can possibly gain a few more slots atleast 2 if you equíp the backpacks, then there is a item with even more slots, but it can't be used as backpack without bit of trickery. Also consider that backpacks are items and some of them very good ones... So yeah, a lot...