So in all honesty, I got to try out the Ziost line on PTS when they announced it for Subs only. I went through it, mostly spacebarring. I didn’t really want to ruin it completely for myself. But taking my time and actually watching the cutscenes, I was impressed with the story content, that I was disappointed when I got to the end cause I really wanted to finish it and know what happened. But I only did it on my Sage on JC pubside, I’ll eventually get to do it on my other characters later on after May 4th.
Ziost storyline, for the little tidbit that they gave us. I look forward to finding out the rest of the storyline. As I said before, I’m impressed so far with the storyarch. What I expect is alot more of history/lore about Ziost. I find it real interesting on the beginning areas of Ziost beautifully done, the vibe is well done.
So I’ve been out of commission for a few days. Under the weather, sucks, feels like a lightsaber going through my head. But anyway I wanted to touch base on the fact that Bioware has dished out the punishments for the Ravengers exploit.
Reading up on Twitter, ingame gen chat, forum post, I get the feeling that the non-exploiters wanted a more severe punishment for the exploiters. But it’s funny to me on certain forum posts the “good players” want to be rewarded for not using the exploit?! When I read that, I said to myself, “Say whaaaaa?!” I personally find it funny that people expected a cookie for doing their chores. And it’s funny how quickly people are quick to judge.
So punishments when out with emails dictating the stipulations of their punishment. Anywhere from game time suspension, removal of schematics, removal of materials, perma-ban for the egregious offenders (depending). Now, some players feels that the punishments was just more of a “slap on the wrists”. Others will say that BW dropped the ball on this whole exploit. But from what I can gather, certain players didn’t have any schematics, materials, gear/loot/credits removed.
Now, I have to say being open minded helps, listening to Bad Feeling Podcast and hearing both sides of the arguments makes better sense. I just find it funny that people compare real life consequences to a game, and personally you just can’t compare it.
Now, I was on a toon running the “Battle of Rishi” and this other player was asking in group chat, “How much is it worth it to you to get ‘exploit’?” Now I LOL’d. And I told this person nothing. And what was funny was I was level 58, and this person was trying to sell the lockout to me. Seemed like this person was desperate to make credits.
Let’s see what’s coming in 2015 for Star Wars: The Old Republic.