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Allods Online Forum » General Discussion » Sub server - Now's a great time to come back!

7 posts found
  ultrastoat

Novice Member

Joined: 7/14/10
Posts: 183

 
OP  10/15/13 10:33:35 AM#1

Title says it all. I downloaded the game again out of curiosity once they announced the release of the subscription server. I had played in closed and open beta but the cash shop absolutely ruined it for me. After a few days of having played on the subscription server, however, I can safely say that Allods Online is the game it was trying to be all along!

 

Levelling is faster, more XP from kills, no freaking incense or curses, no item shop, everything earned with reasonable amounts of ingame gold. 

 

Come back to Allods!

  DeVoDeVo

Apprentice Member

Joined: 1/07/13
Posts: 87

10/15/13 11:15:50 AM#2
How is the player population on the subserver?
  ultrastoat

Novice Member

Joined: 7/14/10
Posts: 183

 
OP  10/15/13 11:29:44 AM#3

I play League so... not as great as one would hope but it's steadily picking up. I actually had to spawn camp last night.

There are more players on Empire at the moment, and the server has been pretty active. I've seen players flitting around all over the place.

  JoeyMMO

Advanced Member

Joined: 10/09/11
Posts: 1325

To busy playing GW2 to post much around here... *shrug*

10/24/13 10:37:24 AM#4
Originally posted by ultrastoat

Title says it all. I downloaded the game again out of curiosity once they announced the release of the subscription server. I had played in closed and open beta but the cash shop absolutely ruined it for me. After a few days of having played on the subscription server, however, I can safely say that Allods Online is the game it was trying to be all along!

Levelling is faster, more XP from kills, no freaking incense or curses, no item shop, everything earned with reasonable amounts of ingame gold. 

Come back to Allods!

Question: is the game worth the subscription money? It is a WoW-clone, how does it compare to it in terms of value for money?

  alkarionlog

Elite Member

Joined: 3/19/09
Posts: 1016

10/24/13 10:45:22 AM#5

they are still trying huh? even after all that crap of teh CS who amke more then half server bail?

 

and btw its a wow clone yes, and pretty bad at it too, nothing estrelar and we already ahve beter games with are f2p too

FOR HONOR, FOR FREEDOM.... and for some money.

  huskerman34

Novice Member

Joined: 7/25/10
Posts: 253

10/30/13 7:44:51 PM#6
The damage has been done by there cash shop greed. They have abused the f2p player base and will soon do it to the subserver players as well. If you want to play a game that doesnt rob you in the cash shop try starwars nights of the old republic and guild wars 2. Star wars does the same set up as turbine. Im sorry, but this game is not worth a subscription.

Edgar F Greenwood

  rojoArcueid

Elite Member

Joined: 8/13/09
Posts: 5311

"It is double pleasure to deceive the deceiver". - Niccolo Machiavelli

10/30/13 7:56:24 PM#7
Originally posted by JoeyMMO
Originally posted by ultrastoat
 

 It is a WoW-clone, how does it compare to it in terms of value for money?

i used to say Allods was the best WoW clone out there but after playing longer i realized the only thing that Allods and WoW have in common is the graphic style and the generic questing. Nothing else.

 

One thing i dont like from the subscription server is that it kept the same horrible questing and increased the experience gain so you dont have to grind much. I would have subscribed if they did a major questing overhaul on the subscription server instead of just pumping out more experience per quest and leaving the game as generic as ever.

My endgame begins with character creation and ends with a new mmorpg