For the past 2-3 weeks I have found myself playing various random games with the guildies and having almost too much fun! As we delved into each new game I noticed that every community had its own unique flavor. Generalizing a whole community for certain games can be tricky, because of course there are all types of people that play a variety of games. My point is not to label groups good or bad, but to remind people that we each have the power to change or maintain the kind of environment we play
Chapter I - Korriban “Peace will not lead to your end, but complacency will”
- Mikh’el Lionheart – Chronicles
It had been another ordinary day onboard The Omen. Named after a ship lost during the last great war, the only thing this ship had in common with its namesake was that it seemed to be also lost. Its missions seemed to be made up of endless patrols of unimportant worlds. Imperial Army Sergeant Mikh’el Lionheart was on duty standing guard by the
Updated 06-11-2013 at 11:23 PM by Assad II
Prologue - In the Beginning
"Good people can always be trusted to do good. Evil people can also be trusted to be selfish and cruel. As such, Jedi and Sith are very predictable. I do the right thing, what needs to be done regardless of the conventions of good or evil. And so, my enemies are always guessing." - Mikh'el Lionheart - Chronicles Almost 400 years before the Treaty of Coruscant, Exar Kun ruled the Brotherhood of the Sith
Updated 05-31-2013 at 12:32 AM by Assad II
Last night I found myself staying up thinking, as many of us do. I stumbled across a video blog of a fellow FFXIV fan, let us call him Sam. The video started with excitement for the upcoming game then his demeanor slowly transitioned to a melancholy vibe about his life. Sam did not have any subscribers and only a handful of views, he was posting to vent I suppose. Many of the feelings Sam was trying to convey would only be understood by someone who has been playing MMO’s. As the video ended I
PVP in a nutshell.
I know there are many people who see the term *PVP (player vs player) cringe and avoid anything tagged with it like the plague. If you're not prepared, it can leave a bad taste in your mouth.
At the very core of PVP you have a simple game of action vs reaction. And I'm not talking about the reaction you get with your first shot of cheap tequila. I'm talking about one player's actions, prompting a reaction from another player or group of players.
Updated 05-08-2013 at 01:26 PM by Brakkish