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@angerawr: This just happened to me today but I remember this has happened to me for months now. If I press the thumb to thumbs up a comment I get a weird error, can't understand the computer language it's talking in, so I don't even know what it says, but it never works now.
Hello. I know it's been a while since you posted but I play ESO and I really like it. It does have it's quirks like most huge mmo's do, but I think it's fun. You can group with others for a short time, you can join a guild and there are pact wars. I personally haven't tried the pact wars thing yet so I can't tell you what it's like but I know that you can earn titles for your characters. If you have any more specific questions I can help.
I have seen a few of the things you mentioned as far as people being "black" like shadows, which at first I thought the people were in stealth mode. I also had an issue with the opening music being totally garbled during the game's first cgi scene. I was ticked off since I own the disc and it too two days to download the update (7mbs). I do really like the game and 99% of the time it works fine for me on this low connection speed. My only real concern is how huge the game and it's updates are.
I am writing this because since I started here years ago on Game Spot I have been repetitively discriminated against every time I try to give female gamers a voice in the community. I have also been harassed and badgered for being a female without recourse from moderators to the party badgering me. I have been wrongfully accused of being male, being gay, and being a predator just for trying to speak out about female topics or female gamers by members and moderators. My attempts to start a group for females to have a voice and share with each other in the community was immediately shut down even though I did nothing wrong. Almost every single post that I use the word female in, gets shut down as though I have done something wrong. This is sex discrimination and I am tired of it. I am also tired of the way your mods moderate posts in general, often allowing rude and out of control comments to stand without warning and giving strange sometimes warrant-less warnings to others who have done nothing but engage peacefully in forums. SO my question for the mods is this - do you think maybe the reason there aren't too many girls saying anything on here might be because they are too afraid to say anything because you have made sure there is no place for them to have a voice? Because I do.I also know about 20% or more of your members are really females pretending to be male because they are afraid of the way the other gamers and staff treat women who try to speak out and in an effort to protect themselves from the actual predators. Is allowing females to have a voice something that this company can get on board with or are we going to stay stuck in the "girls don't play video games" era forever? Also it would be nice if you didn't assume all girl gamers are tom boys who like all the games boys do, because they aren't all tom boys and don't all like male oriented games. So are you going to ever allow me to have these conversations with the community or do I need to go to a site that is ready to transcend female gamer stereo types?
I agree about the way alchemy is implemented. In Skyrim it was a good move to make the alchemy stations, well stationary rather than toting around alchemy equipment in my inventory like in Oblivion but it felt like the process of creating potions was just too confusing and the results were really disappointing. I also agree the way potions were implemented in Dragon Age Inquisition was much better, however my first play through I spent .. get ready... over 200 hours on game play and side quests. now too be fair as a mom I often leave the game dozens of times to do other things not always paused so this may account for a great portion of that time, but as I spent a ridiculous amount of time leveling up and fighting it started to become really hard to gather enough ingredients to make regen and healing mist potions. Also my agents didn't seem to bring back the items they said they were going to gather for me lol so I got tired of trying to find 30 more elfroots and traveling to merchants to find ingredients. That was also before I realized there was a free dlc to add in the Black Emporium but even then money is difficult to earn in that game. I did like how I could level up potions which I think is a better alternative to cluttering up inventory with 20 different healing potions all doing different amounts of healing. As a magic lover I want for alchemy to be more fun and exciting. If I could make great potions for my team of characters it would be more worthwhile especially if I had a team of real life allies, but that's another subject altogether.
I was wondering what everyone thinks about gathering items to make potions (alchemy) in Rpg's? Also leave an explanation of your answer. For me in general alchemy is boring and a waste of time Now I usually play a magic user, meaning most potions are useless for me in the first place, I generally have some type of healing spell so I don't use them much and I don't like taking up spell slots for potions. The main reason I hate alchemy in RPG games, is because many of the potions are really disappointing. You spend forever looking for ingredients, forever mixing and experimenting and then you get a health potion that heals 2 hp lol. I'd rather buy potions or find them. Perhaps if the potions were better I'd like it more? Not sure.
Ok before I comment Keep in mind I am old lol and didn't have a Nintendo until I was 11, so the definition of childhood may have to be expanded a bit for me.
1. Spyro the Dragon- PS1
2. Clock Tower II -PS1
3. Super Mario Brothers 3-Nintendo
4. Mortal Combat-Sega
5. Sonic and Knuckles-Sega
6. Chrono Cross- PS1
7. Resident Evil 2-PS1
8. Tekken 2- PS1
9. Fatal Frame- PS2 (I think)
10. Final Fantasy 10- PS2