2016 Review

24 Replies
Gadheras
27 December, 2016, 9:29 AM UTC
ajohn.abs said:

Gadheras said:

roadstar Pitbull said:

Logging in for the league.


No longer enjoyable, but as others have said league mates and comaraderie make it bearable.
Think of your league as more of a community. Now, think about all the other fun games out there your community can play together :p
You don't need a game to stay in touch :).....Ts still works without :)
When you start play other games, you will drift away. There will be other voice servers to join. there is other people to play with and so forth that will take more room, and sooner or later you will get out of touch. Just how things are. If you want to conserve your community, you focus on games you all can play together.
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ajohn.abs
27 December, 2016, 12:48 PM UTC

Gadheras said:


ajohn.abs said:


Gadheras said:


roadstar Pitbull said:


Logging in for the league.


No longer enjoyable, but as others have said league mates and comaraderie make it bearable.
Think of your league as more of a community. Now, think about all the other fun games out there your community can play together :p
You don't need a game to stay in touch :).....Ts still works without :)
When you start play other games, you will drift away. There will be other voice servers to join. there is other people to play with and so forth that will take more room, and sooner or later you will get out of touch. Just how things are. If you want to conserve your community, you focus on games you all can play together.

This is true to a point Gedheras. I'm still friends with the players from 16 years ago (Daoc). But it is now only through the Guild forums and not in TS.

 We moved as a guild from Daoc to WoW and onto WarHammer and slowly people began to play other games as we all do but many of us are still in touch through the forums. We have even met irl as late as early this year (16 years after we met in a game), so it is still possible to stay friends and be in touch even though eventually everyone moves on in the gaming world:)

You will obviously meet new friends within new communities and the inevitable will happen that you spend less time talking to your old friends in old communities, but no need to lose contact with old friends. In this day and age there is no excuse with TS and FB and all the other ways to stay in touch :)

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Jezebel
27 December, 2016, 7:13 PM UTC
ajohn.abs said:

Gadheras said:


ajohn.abs said:


Gadheras said:


roadstar Pitbull said:


Logging in for the league.


No longer enjoyable, but as others have said league mates and comaraderie make it bearable.
Think of your league as more of a community. Now, think about all the other fun games out there your community can play together :p
You don't need a game to stay in touch :).....Ts still works without :)
When you start play other games, you will drift away. There will be other voice servers to join. there is other people to play with and so forth that will take more room, and sooner or later you will get out of touch. Just how things are. If you want to conserve your community, you focus on games you all can play together.

This is true to a point Gedheras. I'm still friends with the players from 16 years ago (Daoc). But it is now only through the Guild forums and not in TS.

 We moved as a guild from Daoc to WoW and onto WarHammer and slowly people began to play other games as we all do but many of us are still in touch through the forums. We have even met irl as late as early this year (16 years after we met in a game), so it is still possible to stay friends and be in touch even though eventually everyone moves on in the gaming world:)

You will obviously meet new friends within new communities and the inevitable will happen that you spend less time talking to your old friends in old communities, but no need to lose contact with old friends. In this day and age there is no excuse with TS and FB and all the other ways to stay in touch :)

Still here ... but I enjoy our regular chats on FB 
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ajohn.abs
27 December, 2016, 10:56 PM UTC
Jezebel said:

ajohn.abs said:

Gadheras said:


ajohn.abs said:


Gadheras said:


roadstar Pitbull said:


Logging in for the league.


No longer enjoyable, but as others have said league mates and comaraderie make it bearable.
Think of your league as more of a community. Now, think about all the other fun games out there your community can play together :p
You don't need a game to stay in touch :).....Ts still works without :)
When you start play other games, you will drift away. There will be other voice servers to join. there is other people to play with and so forth that will take more room, and sooner or later you will get out of touch. Just how things are. If you want to conserve your community, you focus on games you all can play together.

This is true to a point Gedheras. I'm still friends with the players from 16 years ago (Daoc). But it is now only through the Guild forums and not in TS.

 We moved as a guild from Daoc to WoW and onto WarHammer and slowly people began to play other games as we all do but many of us are still in touch through the forums. We have even met irl as late as early this year (16 years after we met in a game), so it is still possible to stay friends and be in touch even though eventually everyone moves on in the gaming world:)

You will obviously meet new friends within new communities and the inevitable will happen that you spend less time talking to your old friends in old communities, but no need to lose contact with old friends. In this day and age there is no excuse with TS and FB and all the other ways to stay in touch :)

Still here ... but I enjoy our regular chats on FB 
Do I  know you? 
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Reaper
8 January, 2017, 11:04 PM UTC

But only bearable playing for league and friends doesnt mean that we play the game. Thats why a lot of us startet to play here we enjoyed to raid, to siege, BGs and PvPs but the fun for it is lost. What we have are features we all never wanted and the community managers say any random stuff if we tell them our feelings and points of viewing. Few of our feelings are deleted or players are banned Jumy is the best example for it.

if plarium wants a good year they should more hear what we say and not only the "developers"/sell managment 

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