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Nakties Karys of Istaria

Biped warrior adventures in vast world of Istaria.

Author: Lithuanian

New home after Lotro

Posted by Lithuanian Saturday July 23 2016 at 7:30AM
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Lord of the rings Online have announced they would be creating path to Mordor, so we all see Black gate and then weed-addicted Hobbitses destroy multucultural prospering civilization.

Would Lotro end agter Destruction of One Ring? Nobody knows. My guess is - it would. Ships would sail, grumpy xenophobic Elves would leave, Hobbitses would have nothing to steal, Dwarves would mine mithril untill mitthrl ends...

I am still in search for new home.

RIFT

Well, does not fascinate. Tried Mage - kind of good. Offensive skills, not so many defensive.self heals. Could nuke, but nothing like Lotro's Minstrel (AoE nuker, powerfull heals, bikini-armour). Switched to some Necromancer, but was unimpressed:weak build. Tried Cleric, this one is healer, but once again - weaker than Mage. Tried Fighter - things were better, however there were not enough dps. And yeah, single-target attacks.

Rift is game without soul. You can play, you can't immerse, you can't follow somme NPC or care aboiut them in this multi-coloured world.

Everquest II

Did not try/ Just read about limitations. No global chat, no auction house, just run and enjoy life in silence. Sorry, E-II developers, not going to try this. For such restrictions, I'd better play Runescape. Or Istaria.

Elder Scrolls online

This could be ab option. However, they are buy-to-play and I do not wanna risk. Any trial, no matter with what limiations, would be nice. Another thing that frightens me is "dynamic combat". I am accustomed to static one: you stand, monster stands. You use attack, monster attacks...you dn't need to dodge, evade etc. ESO does feature stuff like this. They could be an option - if only I could try them. No matter, for some time (say, 1 week) or some level (say, lvl.10).

 

I am running out of ideas about new home. Any PvE, fantasy (noin sci-fi), crafting game with very light limitations for f2p and (optionally) player housing would fit.

Once again: anybody has ideas (except Aion, Terra,, GW2, EQ, EQ2 and other mentioned in post before)? It could be some old game, i really don't care about graphic. It could be grindy, I am not afraid to work.