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        <p>Around the time you close in on level 20, the progression of
the story will take you to cities that are near gates that allow members
of the other faction to slide through. At this point the game takes on a
different dynamic and instead of being a player-versus-environment game,
it opens up to the player-versus-player aspects. Alas, Aion, the latest
massively-multiplayer online gaming release from NCsoft, falls partially
into that category. The game's pacing is great through the tutorial and
even into the initial foray after leaving the lands of the tutorial
portion.The game has a wide variety of quests that steep players in the
lore of the game, drive plot points, and give a sense of the world
dynamic. You will find quests for hunting, to combat the forces in league
with the other faction or those groups that are simply profiteering off
the nearest available target – which happens to be your factional
group, either Elyos or Asmodian.</p>
<p>Aion is the story of a world shattered, with two races growing up
separately with a racial hatred of the other side. The Elyos are pure and
representative of the ‘light' side of the world, with white wings (once
they have ascended to level 10 and become a Daeva – more on that in a
moment), while the Asmodians are a bit darker, with clawed feet and
fingers and black wings, with a world that is seemingly in a perpetual
dusk. The game does have a robust customization selection in the
character creation so while there are some physical attributes particular
to each race (as well as armor that is bit more finite in looks at the
start), you can create your own look for your character.</p>
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<p>2〕Comprehensive guide of Aion</p>
<p>There are four profession archetypes, that each break down into two
sub-classes: warrior breaks down into gladiator and templar, priest goes
to cleric and chanter, scouts can become rangers or assassins, and mages
can choose the path of sorcerer or spiritmaster (pet class). There are
beginning towns that have a series of quests designed to introduce the
game to players as well as get them to level 10, which is when players
ascend to the rank of Daeva and get their wings, as well as determining
what class they will play through the rest of the game with that
particular character. As your character advances, you buy skill books to
learn the skills commiserate with your level and class. The wings players
get at level 10 truly offer an interesting dynamic to the game. First
off, they are not a form of transportation that can take you all over the
world. The wings are on a timer and can be zone specific – in that you
can fly in some zones, but not in most of the land-quest zones. However,
you can still glide by double-tapping the space bar and this can help you
traverse hostile territory faster, or even chase down a running enemy, if
you can find a bit of a hill to use as a launching point for the glide
<p>Skill books can be bought from class trainers, and sometimes can be
purchased from other players or off the player market – this is a world
market, based on faction, where players can put an item up for sale while
setting the price for the item. Players can also set up their own private
store, assuming a camping position and walk away from the game. This
might seem like a good idea, but when you zone into an area and find it
jammed with private stores, that idea seems to take on a less-than-
spectacular aspect. While the folks at NCsoft have tried to ban the
accounts of gold farmers, the proliferation of these people is blatant
and obvious – at least in the first months of the games release. And
there are also expenses incurred through travel. You can bind to a
certain location, but that will cost a nice chunk of currency, and should
you choose not to, you can travel via ghostly bird within the region you
are in, or teleport to another region. The bird flights are relatively
inexpensive compared to the costs of teleporting.</p>
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<p>1〕Aion' glory</p>
<p>The game itself has base elements that are standard with most MMOs.
You get a series of quests designed to draw you through the lore of the
game as well as level you up. You level, you get better skills and better
equipment. There is also a harvesting and crafting element to the game
that will give players who want to take a break from the fighting
something to do. The harvesting can be tied to the quest lines and thus
keeping your harvesting skills up for the zone is advisable. For example,
you may get a quest to harvest a certain material that requires you to
have a level skill that is 85. If you have not harvested your way
through, because of inventory space considerations, in order to do that
quest, you will have to backtrack to the younger zones, and grind your
way up. You don't always advance your skill for each item harvested.
Sometimes you may have to harvest multiple items to get one point in
harvesting skill. Plus, each resource node allows for (generally) three
harvests per node and then the node disappears. You have to wait for it
to spawn again to move forward and continue that particular grind.</p>
<p>Aion's glory is also a warning post for the player base – this is
not a world where a player can waltz through it with hardly a thought for
strategic elements or group dynamics. The Shattered World is a harsh
place where beauty can host peculiar wildlife that will do you in quickly
and effectively. But more so than the player-versus-environment (PvE)
elements, the world of Aion is also player-versus-player (PvP). And you
don't get a choice of whether you wish to participate. If you are in the
same zone as players from the other faction, they can attack you and
likely will if they see you. If you are Elyos and work your way up to the
Eltnen Fortress, you may find the woods outside the citadel a haven for
Asmodian raiders. There is value in gaining rift points, and that means
hunting and killing the players of another faction. If that happens,
expect the ranger to curl up into the death posture. The fight won't last
long, the sorcerer will get abyss points and the ranger will be paying
for soul healing and perhaps transportation back to the zone (if he or
she did not bind there).</p>
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<p>2〕Compare Aion to anyother game</p>
<p>You can earn Abyss (which is an open PvP zone players can get to after
level 25) points through killing players of the other faction. But it
does not matter if you are simply trying to quest or not. Every player is
fair game in an open-PvP setting. That is a reason why Aion is not for
the more casual MMO gamer. You need to be on your toes and watch to see
if a rift has opened. While Aion is a beautiful game, the number of
quests drop off as you get into your 20s and some quests will involve you
running all over to different zones, all at a cost to you, the player.
This is a silly notion, especially when you are charged a ridiculous
amount of coin for the transportation. Juxtaposed against the reward,
this sometimes seems hardly worth the effort. The problem with the game,
though, is that it is a grind and at a certain point the story ceases to
matter as much and raiding becomes the focus. That, and the economic
woes, may be the undoing of this game.</p>
<p>The game also allows for crafting and like much of the rest of the
game, you have to grind up – it also requires coin to purchase some
materials and inventory space. The actual act of crafting is sandwich
time – make sure you have the right number of materials, select a
recipe and the total number of units you wish to make, hit the craft
button and walk away. There is nothing you can do to improve the rate of
success or chance of failure; it is all arbitrary. You will sometimes
succeed, sometimes fail and sometimes elevate your skill. You can learn
all the crafting professions in the game, to a certain point, but with
the inventory stress, unless you have a deep bank, this might seem
impractical. Aion offers some new ideas and the whole wing dynamic is
wonderful. The game is a real treat for the eyes and there is no ugly
race. Players can, however, choose to create a beautiful being, or an
ugly creation – mostly tied to Asmodian – in the character creation
process, though. Even the starkness of some environments contain some
amazing elements and interesting creatures.</p>
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<p>3〕Scoring Details for Aion</p>
<p>The farmers are out in full force in this game, and you no sooner ban
one than another pops up to spam you. It's annoying and irritating.
Couple that with the fact that you have a finite number of names you can
block and you soon have to start playing with the list – unblocking the
old to block the new. Yes, NCsoft is working to ban them, but between the
spam and the player stores that block up areas and cause some lag through
sheer volume, the game takes a hit. The player community can be nice, but
sometimes finding a group for quests that are obviously geared for the
quest dynamic if you are hunting at your level is hard. Character
creation and the flight dynamic are definitely worth a look, but the main
problem is that while the gameplay is inviting enough initially, it
starts to bog down as you near level 20 and there are not as many
<p>Another thing you will want to compare is price.While there are
thousands of different Aion kinah selling sites available to you – not
all are created equal. I checked out some sites online and did a price
comparison and without a doubt the price of this sites are all different.
The prices in some sites may be twice than other sites. If we choose a
much cheaper site, we can save a lot of money. However, we shouldn't just
choose a website for its cheap price. There are many rip-off website who
use the lowest price to attract the buyers. We should check whether the
website has a good reputation. A reliable website should have perfect
live chat support, good prices and a refund policy. As previously
mentioned, buying Aion Gold is the best way to increase your performance
when playing Aion.</p>
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<p>4〕Most complaints about Aion</p>
<p>Completely, utterly, and indescribably untrue. Every class has a
toolkit to work with, and when you fight another class you know which
tools to use from it almost immediately if you're any kind of seasoned
PVPer. That is a stupid argument in the first place, as timing, reaction
speed, and prediction are all part of being a skilled PVPer, more than
just "hitting buttons". If you play Street Fighter casually you can
probably play with your friends and mash buttons, and somehow observe
that Street Fight is just a "button masher" fighting game. The
competitive player will laugh at you and tell you the exact opposite, and
find a science in the game that makes it impossible for "button mashers"
to win, because the competitive player understands the game, the casual
player only observes it. Completely untrue. While some RNG does affect
it, IE having a stun resisted or dodged, the assassin who is not on top
of their game will almost always lose. Watching buffs like Focused
Evasion and knowing not to use a stun if it is up, knowing when to use
our own FE and Aethertwisting to seal a victory are all valuable skills
to have as an assassin.</p>
<p>I think that just about covers my feelings about Aion PVP. Overall
there is a lot of technical skills to be learned by most players. How to
use distance to their advantage with each class, how to fight in the air
better, how to counter other classes and use your toolkit to its fullest.
The players who sit and cry that the game sucks and the PVP sucks, really
do not understand how to PVP in the first place. They don't understand
how to play their class or are too stubborn to learn. Like the scrubby
Street Fighter player they just insist that Class X is cheap and all you
have to do is mash buttons, but all they're doing is criticizing their
own failure.</p>
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<p>5〕Is Aion dying out already</p>
<p>Then, there's the people, like me, who are just too distracted playing
other games. Torchlight, Dragon Age Origins and Fallen Earth seem to be
the most popular. I still like the game. I can't decide if I'm clinging
to it because it's the online MMORPG style I'm familiar with, or if
because I genuinely do enjoy the game. I wasn't having much fun when I
transitioned from Altguard to Morheim, the jump in mob difficulty was
painfully noticeable. No longer was I taking mobs with ease, in fact the
very first mobs right after you zone through were dropping me to half
health each time. (I was 21, they were 23)The other night I decided to go
and have a look at Brusthonin because it's apparently meant to be
slightly easier. And it was, remarkably so. That is, when I could
actually get to a mob. The fact that there is no mob tagging in Aion is
one of my biggest leveling frustrations at the moment. Over the grind and
everything! With my lag, buffing takes me a good 5 seconds, and then
there's the slight delay while Alexan aligns the arrow in her bow and
fires it. Most times someone has jumped in and taken my mob by this
point, regardless if my arrow lands or not.</p>
<p>I'm a nice player, even though I saw it first, and technically I
started attacking first – it's not my fault my arrows have to travel
– I leave the mob to who ever jumped in. The same courtesies are not
repaid. Even when I do manage to get the first damaging attack in, if
there was a spell caster mid-cast, they keep attacking. Hell, some even
go as far as to start attacking a mob I'm already on if they think they
can out-damage me! Spending 10 minutes fighting to get a single quest mob
is not fun. This didn't happen in WoW, once you got that first point of
damage in, the mob was yours. If you survive your encounter with
Bubblegut, but fail to kill him and use up both of your Slime Immunity
potions, see Geolus for more. See our (soon-to-be-posted) Quick Trips
Category for a free (no Kinah necessary) shortcut from the Tainted Swamp
back to Geolus, the Frillneck Woods, and the Southern Tolbas Forest. You
will have to get back up to Bubblegut after you see Geolus. A quick
return to Verteron Citadel and a flight to Pilgrim's Respite is your best
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<p>6〕Aion Kinah Making Tips</p>
<p>Gathering is a good way to make Kinah. Everyone needs resources
sometimes for things like crafting, enchantments, potions, and gear. No
matter what resources you gather, they will sell out all the time, as
long as your prices are reasonable. If prices are lower at the moment
than you want to sell for, just wait a day or two and they will probably
change. In Aion there are a lot of items that look cool, but don't do too
much for your character's stats. Many of these good-looking items can be
sold for a very high profit. People will othen use these items to change
the model of their current gear if it has good stats, but looks like an
outfit they stole from a clown. Use your private store(for more than just
going AFK)! Everytime you go AFK, make a store. Put anything in that you
think another player could even have a remote possibility of wanting. You
might get lucky and some player will come by and buy some unwanted item
from you.</p>
<p>There is so much happening in-game with such great graphics that I
sometimes find it difficult to locate my team. Ok, I admit I can get lost
in the mayhem or absorbed at the Broker.Anyway, those floating icons that
the group leader can place over group members' heads really help! The
icons are visible from a much greater distance than the individual
characters are. It's also quite amusing to see a huge smiley face, heart,
star, etc. bouncing along in the air and emerging from a valley or
village, etc. Using icons can also facilitate coordination of group
attacks if the group leader places an appropriate icon (the skull leaps
to mind) over the head of the current target. We did experience some
temporary loss of icons at times during the beta. They seemed to drop off
for some, but not all players, but would reappear if the group leader
placed them again.</p>
<p>7〕How to Defeat Poisonous Bubblegut</p>
<p>Most players, regardless of class, should be able to solo Bubblegut by
level 17, or at least by level 18. Numerous players have difficulty
with ol' Bubblegut, (what a name!) and most of the difficulty stems from
failing to use the provided Slime Immunity potions at the proper time.
The quest to defeat Bubblegut is the fighting portion of the "Source of
the Pollution" quest chain. When you are done, remember to stay and talk
to Kato, and then return to Spatalos to inform him of the result and pick
up your quest reward. If you are traveling at night (in game time) in
addition to the Broken Rock Kalgolems that are always there, you have to
beware of the Ancient Elysean Spirits who stand about at the side of the
roads.If Bubblegut is out and about in battle with another player, take
this opportunity to target him and look for the green square representing
the Slime Spouting buff below his name. This buff is the key to defeating
<p>If you find Bubblegut outside the swamp with his buff already up, you
can attack him and use your Slime Immunity potion.If Bubblegut does not
have his buff up, you have to attack him and get him to put it up BEFORE
you use the Slime Immunity potion. Geolus does give you two Slime
Immunity potions, so you can run away and try again. Try using it a
second time, if your attacks do not seem to be doing any damage to
Bubblegut; he sometimes puts up his Slime Immunity buff a second time
right after you neutralize it with your first potion. If worse comes to
worst, and you find yourself in front of the Obelisk by the Soul Healer,
bent over, clutching your chest and gasping, with no more Slime Immunity
potions in your inventory, don't give up! Simply return to Geolus, and he
will give you two more potions.</p>
<p>8、Gulux – the Asmodian version of Paksigue</p>
<p>You've probably seen our post on Paksigue aka Crab Norris, the level
13 Elite that roams about Verteron Citadel cutting short the lives of
unwary low level players. Well, the Asmodian equivalent is Gulux, a level
13 Elite Demi-humanoid ice creature that follows a path in the Altgard
Ice Lake around Altgard. Like Paksigue, Gulux has a 7 meter aggro range
and pre-emptive attack. For whatever reason, Gulux does not seem to have
developed the same reputation, notoriety, and fame as our buddy Crab
Norris. Rifts join Eltnen to Morheim and Beluslan to Heiron. There are
seven rifts in each direction.We have labeled the Elyos entrances and
exits with numbers and the Asmodian entrances and exits with letters.</p>
<p>The entry point for each rift is stable for both factions, but the
exit points may vary slightly. No doubt this is intended to prevent
defending players from camping the spot where incoming opposition players
arrive. We have done our best to mark the maps accurately.There are
limits to the number of players who can enter each rift; see the charts
for the rifts in each area. There is also a level maximum for entry into
each rift, probably so that very high level players cannot suddenly
appear in the lower level areas.</p>
<p>9〕Gathering and Extracting With Gatherer Hat or Macros</p>
<p>Whether you are gathering for a quest or just to level up your skill
for future high level items, gathering everything from Rubis to Aether
can be frustrating if you are having difficulty locating the item you
have to gather. There are a couple of items available to help with
gathering once you have ascended (from level 10 on up.) You can spend
some of your hard-earned Kinah (Q) and buy a vitality or aether gathering
hat, called a Gatherer Hat or Aether Gatherer Hat. Gatherer Hats are
available from the Vitality Extraction and Aether Extraction item vendors
in the Vitality and Aether Extraction areas of the Artisan's Hall in
Sanctum for Elyos, or the Aether and Vitality Extraction Training area
for Asmodians in Pandemonium.</p>
<p>With so many expenses competing for your attention a Gatherer Hat may
seem too costly. After all, you still have to expand your cube and
warehouse space, pick up some new armor or weapons, and pay to level up
your crafting skill. A Gatherer Hat, it is true, goes one step further
than a macro and tells you what gatherables are available in any given
area, but it may be cost prohibitive for lower level characters. It is
also amusing when using macros to put your character on autorun,
periodically click your macro, and find your character suddenly veering
off to one side and running head-long into a barrier in an attempt to
reach the item the macro is set to gather.</p>
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<p>10、Paksigue – aka Crab Norris</p>
<p>If you haven't met him yet, Paksigue is an Elite Level 13, a giant
crab that roams the sands surrounding Verteron Citadel striking fear into
the hearts of low level players. He has been dubbed Crab Norris for
obvious reasons. The more unwary players there are roaming the dunes
around Verteron Citadel, the higher the hourly kill count for Crab
Norris. He usually kills the unsuspecting or preoccupied player in one or
two hits. Paksigue outside the Verteron Citadel next to a potcrabI
actually rather enjoy the big guy. He's a nice touch. He adds a random
element to the game that makes it more entertaining and realistic. He
also performs a valuable function by alerting players to the necessity to
watch the mini map for red dots that move rapidly and randomly; these
fast, erratic red dots signal danger.</p>
<p>When you get to Eltnen, those randomly moving dots will be noticeably
larger than the NPC mob dots and will represent players of the opposing
faction who have stolen into your area bent on mayhem. You will be even
less able to predict their presence or location than with Paksique.
Paksigue doesn't seem to roam into the water or in close to the walls of
the Citadel, so if you want to go afk on the Verteron sands make sure you
are standing knee deep in water or high up on the dunes right next to the
Citadel. Keep an eye on your mini map while you are questing about the
dunes and you should be able to avoid Crab Norris.<br>If you're looking
for in-depth help in getting the most out of your Aion gaming, you
couldn't do better than Killer Guides. Their Aion Guide offers strategies
for rapid leveling and for earning Kinah faster than you thought
possible, as well as advice on each profession. They also offer
individual guides for each class to help you get the most out of your
precious gaming hours. If you can't decide which class you like the most,
your best bet is to get the Aion Complete Guide Package, which contains
every guide they make- that's 10 guides for the price of 3.</p>
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<p>11、Aion Crafting – Save Your Kinah!</p>
<p>You level the skill with Work Orders you obtain from the trainer. If
you want to save some Kinah when making these Work Orders, make only the
exact number of items required. The Work Order gives you extra materials,
just in case of failure. For example, you receive eight (8) caprauna to
make 6 caprauna juice. If you make all eight Work Orders successfully and
turn in the completed Work Order, you do not save any extra created items
towards the next Work Order, and you do not gain any additional Skill.
Oops! This last part is incorrect, as a commenter pointed out. You do get
skill increase from making the extra items. (Sorry, I was getting
confused after too many late nights gaming.) If you are purchasing mats
for one Work Order at a time, purchase enough mats to make seven, but
resist the temptation to click the "Make All" button; make only 6. If you
succeed you are done! If you fail on any of your attempts and you need
to make more, then do so.</p>
<p>What I meant to say was that another reason that you might want to
only make the minimum items necessary to turn in the Work Order is: by
doing this way you increase the number of times you turn in Work Orders
as you level up your skill, and thus you increase your chances of
receiving some good recipes as rewards for completing the Work Orders. (I
knew there was another reason.) Save your Kinah; don't buy more mats than
you need to. I find the failure rate is fairly low, at least from Skill
levels1 to 100, and by turning in more Work Orders I received a fair
number of interesting recipes as rewards, which is much better than
buying them off the Broker. You still have that option if you don't get
what you want as a reward from the Cooking Trainer. Try this same trick
at other skill levels, too. Some of the higher level Work Orders require
fewer, less expensive mats than those at lower levels. When you find an
inexpensive Work Order, keep making it as long as you continue to gain
skill level.</p>
<p>12、Places of Interest in Aion 1 – Angelic Frippery</p>
<p>I found this store only by accident so I figured it was likely that
many other new players also did not know of its existence. The store
"Angelic Frippery" has many interesting cosmetic modifications for your
character, and we all know that cosmetic mods are the best . Style over
substance has always been my motto! You can now buy aion from the most
reliable retailer at the most convenient, easiest and fastest way. Buying
aion cd key is now safe to be done by simply moving your mouse to their
wonderful website. The site of is the official online
shop of this visually massively multiplayer online role-playing game or
the so-called MMORPG where the characters can be played with devastating
powers and sweeping wings to explore a the world of fantasy where you can
imagine a very adventurous beauty.</p>
<p>Speaking of artifacts, Inquisition decided to have a small guild event
to go test the waters on taking an artifact on the bottom floor of the
Abyss where thing were lower level. Taking the artifact was a pretty
simple task overall, and reminded us as being on par with some of the
smaller battle objectives in WAR in terms of difficulty. The artifact
was protected by a group of NPC's of the opposing faction with an elite
boss. While we brought 2 groups being uncertain on how hard it would
be, one solid group of players would have been an adequate force. Once
the boss goes down, a broadcast message told everyone we had taken it,
and our guilds emblem was stamped on the site and displayed on the map.Â
There is however no message to let you know when your artifact is under
attack by the enemy faction.</p>
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<p>13〕Asmodean Vitality Extraction Guide 200-250</p>
<p>To hell with the alliteration. You've done well to come this far in
Vitality Extraction. Hitting 200 is the halfway point. And to some,
it might as well be the halfway point to the halfway house. This is
serious business at this point and there are no easy ways to go about
this anymore. Things are going to get pretty serious at this point.Â
There are a few fairly safe regions to do these, but they're less than
optimal. Hell, if you wanted to do 200-250, you could do it all right
outside the Beluslan Fortress walls. But those nodes are sparse and
highly botted due to the non-aggressive nature of the enemies in the
area. I wouldn't advise being below level 30 for the first half of this
guide, and 35 for the second half. You need to at least be able to
handle 2 enemies at once and that's the safest blanket answer I can give
you for the regions I'll be sending you to. Can you handle it sooner?Â
Probably. Should you? Depends on how desperate you are to be ahead of
the curve on your tradeskills.</p>
<p>Welcome to the Red Lava Cliffs, or the Salitnus Rise. Either one
works about the same for this tier, because all you'll likely be tapping
is Adamantium. Follow the outermost ridges on the rise as you approach
the Ice Claw Village and you'll find plenty of Adamantium for the
taking. Jump off the cliff and check the area below for more spawns and
as you make your way up mining more, you'll find the nodes have
respawned. It can grate on you but you can level both extraction and your
character at the same time at a respectable rate. Take all of the
adamantite and platinum you can get, and be on the lookout for rarer
crystal nodes as you trek to the east. While they aren't the best to
skill up, at this point you know how much those silly handicrafters and
alchemists will pay for these fancy stones. Unless you are one
yourself, that is. </p>
<p>14〕Aion's PVP is actually quite good</p>
<p>I currently play an Assassin. Like in any MMO the first part to PVP is
knowing your opponent, knowing what to expect and predicting abilities
they will use and when, then how to counter them. In Aion most every
class has a TON of abilities and the skill chaining aspect of them also
adds to the strategy of the game. This is just on a small scale, when it
comes to group PVP class synergy becomes a factor as well, having 6
people together who all can analyze a skirmish or any situation and react
to it will make you an unstoppable force, and running across another
group of 6 who are equally as skilled at such things will make for great
fights in the future. Aerial PVP, particularly for melee classes requires
a lot of twitch skill to be good at it, also knowing how the "lag" in the
game works, you can easily workaround the problem of people always being
"out of range" and whatnot. Its not a pretty fix but anyone who had the
joy of playing games like Quake on dial-up would know what it means to
fire "ahead" of people. We kind of have to do this in Aion, and as much
as the netcode is annoying, once you get used to it it is a cinch.</p>
<p>Zergs happen in world pvp, you can't coordinate and organize equal
groups on both sides. But people also don't seem to realize that these
zergs are usually either small groups that happened to be nearby each
other, or just randoms who happened to be nearby each other. If you see
you are outnumbered simply do not fight, if you are getting jumped by
groups pay more attention to your surroundings. Situational awareness is
HUGE in MMOs, and just about every competitive game ever made. Siege PVP
will never work again. There I said it. DAOC made it work, and to some
extent L2, I am told, but I think now with more graphics intensive games
and servers just simply not being able to handle the load, sieging will
never really be a core element to a PVP based game.</p>
<p>15〕Aion: Using Gathering and Crafting to Make Fast Kinah</p>
<p>While most of the jargon employed by Aion is pretty self-explanatory,
it does take some getting used to, especially if you've just come from a
different MMO. Here, you carry your items with you in a ‘cube,' and the
overflow can be banked in your ‘warehouse.' You can list goods for sale
with a ‘broker,' where you can also bid on items of your own for
purchase. While the prons and cons of this system differ based on who you
ask, the most common comparison is with using World of Warcraft's Trade
Chat Channel to advertise and connect buyers with sellers. Private
stores, by contrast, do not include such features as haggling or off-
topic spam. Because it's more difficult to comparison-shop with private
stores, you may be able to get away with charging slightly higher-than-
average prices on some goods.</p>
<p>Expanding your cube space should be your first major purchase in Aion.
Every class is capable of leveling easily with the gear and weapons
collected along the way through quest rewards. Even though you may get a
lucky drop that is a perfect upgrade for your class, you will probably
reap bigger rewards in the long run by selling it to another, less savvy
player.<br>You can also expand your warehouse space, and don't forget
about utilizing the account section of the warehouse, either. Consider
also the use of mules and bank alts. While burning a toon up to level 10
in order to reach the capital city may not sound like an efficient use of
your time, it will really pay off once you start to run out of space.
Mailing items to alts can start to get expensive, but by using the
account section of your warehouse you can easily transfer goods and
materials to a broker mule or dedicated private store alt.</p>
<p>16〕Pick up everything, sort it out later</p>
<p>It holds true in most MMOs and Aion is no different in this respect:
while you're questing, or even just traveling from one place to the next,
pick up everything you can gather on the journey. From the loot of
abandoned mobs, to fruits, herbs, ores, and wood, it's all kinah once you
reach the next town or vendor. Use they handy buttons to automatically
vend all gray-quality items and sort out the white- and green-quality
items. This method has the added benefit of keeping your gathering skill
leveled. You can use your downtime while tabbed out of the game or even
away from the keyboard to make some spare kinah with this method. You may
be dying to try out the Alchemy system, or itching to start cooking up
all those carp you've been holding on to. If your main goal is to make as
much as kinah as possible, however, you'd do well to avoid this section
of the city – at least, at first.</p>
<p>Once your cube is bursting, find a warehouse and start sifting through
your accumulated loot. Manastones and gear can be listed with a broker or
sold using a private store. You should avoid vending manastones at all
times, since they will only go for a few kinah when sold to an NPC.
Crafting materials, however, are best advertised in a private store
parked next the Artisan section of your faction's city. Wait until you
have a substantial savings, or at least start with only one profession.
If you choose either Alchemy or Cooking, you should have no problem
marketing your wares to other players. The one caveat, however, is to
make sure that you're not spending more kinah on ingredients and
materials than you're making from selling the finished products.</p>
<p>17〕Chanter Issues of Aion
Tips<br>Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â <br>Now firstly we
would like to state that even though this post might have negative
statements about the chanter class(aion kina) and aspects of the game
aion, but WE still really love the game and will stick to this class come
the west's release of the game. The game will undergo changes before the
release and can only hope that they go the way we want for chanters.
Anyone who has played the korean version and preferably the chanter class
might agree with me on some of these comments and we welcome any opinion
you have to make. You can't argue that the class(Aion gold) is more of a
support role, you have heals even though small are helpful. We are not
looking for chanter to be turned into the cleric and be overpowered, but
changes that general make group teamplay better. We are all about winning
and we have a lot of passion for pvp, with playing the chanter our pride
has taken a hit as we wont dominate as much as other classes, but its a
role someone in a guild has to take.</p>
<p>Chanter is best placed in your teamplay player versus player(aion
Kinah ) scenario. You will play the role of doing baby heals to mainly
the cleric, while they do all the major heals. Other duties would be to
stay within distance of your group to keep the now three aura's in
effect, they are constant so no rebuff unless you change to another.
There are other buffs you can use, we have the single target one hour
duration increase of hp(aion money) and armor and also some self buffs on
a thirty minute durtion. They are only one active at a time and not game
winning either. Ocassionally you will have the chance to dps, but yea it
wont be anything epic.</p>
<p>18〕Aion Power leveling guide for new players</p>
<p>If you would spare me a few minutes of your time, I would like to show
you some tips on how to quickly and effectively power level your Aion
account to higher rank. Even if you are still a green hand on playing
Aion, you will find this power level guide extremely helpful. Thanks to
the power level guide shared by my best friend, I am now saving time and
money and gaining more fun with Aion. The Ascension Pack comes with an
extra holiday bonus in the form of four gifts to give your character a
little boost and shine up his or her appearance a bit. It contains 20
Lesser Life Potions, 15 Lodas Amulets, 15 Lesser Running Scrolls, and a
special dye for your character. You'll get a different dye color
depending on where you purchase your Ascension Pack, so you may want to
choose your purchase place with that in mind.</p>
<p>Then I start to sit down and think about ways to power level quickly.
I summarized a few tips by researching on classic game video from world
class Aion players and listed below. For each new player, they have to
start at power level 1 with their new account, and the most difficult
thing at the beginning is how to level your character to a level that can
make your character qualified for more serious competition. And also new
players need to have enough and abundant aion gold, aion kina to ensure
your weapons and gears are most advanced which will be a steadfast backup
for higher and quicker power level. So stop letting your character run
around broke and not know what to do, but sit down and develop a
customized power level plan suitable for your situation. Your aion
character will be power leveled as fast as you want it to be.<br>Â </p>
<p>19〕How to save more on buying cheap Aion kinah</p>
<p>Aion Kinah is the game currency in Aion Tower of Eternity and can be
used widely across the game. It plays an unseperatable part in the game
and adds flavor to fighting and battling. Some players chooses to buy
Aion gold to help them level up. A lot of Aion player do not want to buy
Aion Kinah from online because they don't know which store is trusted and
reliable. Choose to buy Aion Kinah at a best moment. Lots of Aion
stores will hold promotions on special occasions from time to time. If
you do not need Aion Kina, Aion gold ergently, you can buy certain amount
of gold and store it for later use. It will save you a lot of money when
you buy Aion Kina during promotion than regular prices.</p>
<p>Register a membership in Aion Kinah stores as many as possible. Do not
bother the inconveniences of registering. some stores will offer
membership award, when youbuy Aion gold, remeber to sign in the store so
that they can record the amount you bought. Once the total amount of Aion
Kinah you bought accumulates to certain amount, you can get discount on
your next purchase. Refer a friend. If you are already a steady customer
of an Aion Gold store, and invite a friend to buy Aion Kinah
successfully, you will get free Aion gold on the your next purchase.Â
Remeber to leave the correct email address when you buy Aion Kinah. Aion
Kinah stores will be sending out promotions email to notify on discount
and other on sale events. In case you might miss out these important
notification, remeber to leave your most frequently used email address
when checking out.</p>
<p>20〕Failure of the aion pvp</p>
<p>For the people who say siege is a main part of aion pvp, that's a
total joke and you know it. Let's just assume crashes will be fixed and
ignore that. Siege is just about tab tab tab and faceroll your keyboard,
there is minimum skill involved, use the same skill over and over for
half an hour on a general, zerg target you you are dead. I played wow for
a month and i really think Aion would be a great game if it had
battlegrounds and arena pvp. But that would totally destroy the whole
abyss system. So Aion was doomed from the start. Everybody by now should
agree that Aion is not going anywhere but down with the current
situation. Pretty sure everyone have noticed the evidence. This game
could use some major design change centered on the pvp, and actually do
something about the bots, which is driving a huge amount of players
<p>Aion has a grind. Yes, yes, I know the classic "All MMOs are and
have grinds!" line, but it is my opinion that the grind in Aion can
legitimately be perceived by some as steep once you start to level into
your 30's. Of course this statement is subjective, and depending on
your prior MMO experiences your opinion may vary. Someone from Lineage
2 might not find it bad, but someone who is used to WoW and some more
modern traditional style MMOs might be in for a bit of discomfort in this
area. I survived old school EQ1 and FFXI in terms of grind just to give
a little perspective on where I am coming from. A lot of players are
probably going to have to come to terms with the fact that most people
won't be reaching max level in Aion as quickly as they did in some other
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<p>21〕Well known Lumiel Legion KS boss..gets Gold drop</p>
<p>We were on the boss (forgot his name, big black rock thing that spawns
summoned every 10 min or so and then eventually the boss will spawn 50
minutes later). Anyway we kill the summoned form 3 times.. and wait 50
minutes for the boss staying close and killing ads in the area. We had
seen a group from probably the best known legion on the server, all
higher level than us and all much better geared lurking around. Sure
enough as soon as the boss appears here they come. We asked them to
please not do this but they KS the boss, laughed at us and linked the
Gold drop with "thanks for loot, welcome to contested mobs lol"</p>
<p>Won't do any good to contact their officers since the player who
linked the Gold drop is an officer. I have totally lost all respect for
this legion. A lot of you post on this forum, you know who you are. I
know this really isn't going to accomplish anything..just wanted to vent.
The only thing that Aion has that the others don't is the pretty
graphics. Which leads me to believe that Aion should be F2P and micro-
transaction based. With the botting and spam support, it might as well be
F2P, as the F2P companies seem to do even more than NCsoft do in
enforcing the rules. Do people think this is a good idea? If not, what
are we paying the subscription for? A korean grinder that doesn't
differentiate itself from other grinders besides the fact it has pretty
graphics and PvP can take place in the air? I don't understand why we
should pay for a game that requires you to grind which is boring and not
fun at all. Even the combat leaves something to be desired, maybe if it
was dynamic and required thinking then I could grind out levels.</p>
<p>22〕Is "that other game" the cause of so much dissent in AION?</p>
<p>Glancing through these forums, and listening to in game chat for the
past few weeks, I have been really taken aback by the profound impact
that WOW has had on many of you, and by association, the entire MMO
community. I mean, we rarely make it through one thread, or through one
chat conversation, before someone mentions or compares AION to WOW, or
the conversation just plain veers into a discussion strictly about WOW
and it's gameplay. So much so, that even I now know so much about WOW and
it's game play, and I have never even played WOW! This may not be so
obvious to those whom WOW has played such a big part of their lives for
the past few years, but to a person like myself, who has not only never
played WOW but who has never played many video games to begin with, it is
really obvious.</p>
<p>Where this breaks down is in the case of things like spammers and
botters. It's much too big a problem to assume the devs know what they're
doing. Seriously: on my server there are a half-dozen botters standing a
few feet outside of town, right in the road. It's the worst botting
problem I've ever seen by leaps and bounds. If they had a reasonable
number of GMs they could get this problem under control, but they don't.
They also don't have a code solution ready to go soon. Know how you can
tell? They're spinning. They ban a few each day, and they play it off
like it's not the most egregious case of botting in a decade.</p>
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<p>23〕I showed my friend (who plays WoW) Aion</p>
<p>I used to play WoW and found out my friend did as well, we were going
to play together but he took a very long time and I got bored of waiting
for him to turn up and was tired of collecting badges I didn't need on 5
level 80 characters. By now the trailer and in game footage had finally
loaded on youtube, I showed him the Asmodian version of the classes
trailer. 5 seconds in he snapped out said it looked exactly like WoW. He
then asked if Aion had all the things WoW has, I said to a lesser degree
it has un-refined systems you call raiding and such. Aion is hardly the
only company to use this basic method of communication. EverQuest 1 was
infamous for it, back in the day. Other teams have tried it to various
degrees. The thing about this approach is that you need to really embrace
it and you need to tightly control your message, like Aion does. If a few
people spout off details they shouldn't, your whole elaborate facade
<p>He was in shock, disbelief; incredulous to the notion people are not
one with the world, of warcraft. I think WoW is a stellar game and will
return to check out cataclysm, I continue to follow data-mined patches on
MMO-champion. But the novelty has run dry, how long can you run the
facade of dungeons and dragons till you get bored? I'm not in Aion to run
dungeons, I'm here to pvp, and it is very novel to me, it needs work, it
has it's flaws but I have fun! I collected my epics and face rolled Arena
and BGs. It was fun but I hit the wall that progression could provide.
Once you had gear there was no more progression, I pushed 250k HKs on my
warrior and just stopped, I knew the ins and outs of every 1v1, every
2v2, 3v3 and 5v5, it stopped being a game, it morphed into a mathematical
<p>Â </p>
<p>24〕How to choose between a professional Aion gold sto</p>
<p>Some stores actually deliver Aion gold, Aion Kina to players but a few
days later after payment, instead of instant delivery promised by these
stores. Some of the stores do not have 24 hours live support, and
customer support staff from some stores are either not reachable or being
unpolite when asking questions to them. That's why it is highly
recommended for players to buy Aion gold, Aion Kina from professional
stores. If I am not backing up due to pulling Aggro, I cast Flame Bolt
and the chain spell Blaze for some extra damage. At this point in the
sequence it's time to check in on how we're doing. If the mob is on its
way to turning into a glowing loot ball, then we finish it off. If
however we find our pet element is hurting (at or below half health is a
good barometer) then I top it off with Replenish Element.</p>
<p>First of all, I would like to share my thoughts on the word
‘professional'. A professional Aion gold, Aion Kina store must be a
store that solely engaged in Aion gold related business. Only a store
that focus exclusively on providing wow gold service could offer superhot
cheap Aion gold, Aion Kina and ensure wow gold delivery with fast speed.
As the old saying goes Jack of all trade,aion kinah, master of none. It
is just like choosing a trustworthy store from ebay. For example, there
are tons of stores that sell Dell laptop in ebay, how do you distinguish
which one is selling genuine Dell? Let's just go back to what we talked
about above on choosing wow gold stores. A store that is more likely to
sell good stuff is the store that operates business exclusively for one
good. Do you know why Aion, Tower of Eternity is so classic and charming,
it is because NCsoft spent 3 years exclusively on designing and
developing, and the following several years exclusively on operating
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<p>26〕Aion: Spiritmaster Spell Rotations for Maximum Fun (Levels 1-
<p>Fun is just a three letter word for DPS.If you are reading this
article, then you probably fall into one of four categories: The player
interested in playing the best class in the game (Spiritmaster), The
player interested in beating a Spiritmaster in PvP,The Spiritmaster
checking in to see if you are doing the DPS thing right, or The
theorycrafter who can't wait to poke holes in the article.Whichever camp
you fall into is fine by me, even those in the last category. I consider
myself a lifelong learner and I enjoy hearing of new ways to crush our
opponents. Regardless of why you are here, I hope you enjoy the following
blend of math and artistry as you learn a little more about the
Spiritmaster.Never do your own dirty work.</p>
<p>The Spiritmaster is a pet class which means that we are really more of
a nobleman ordering around the help than a down-in-the-trenches worker
like say a silly Gladiator. As such, the key to keeping your hands clean
is letting your pet keep the guests entertained while you stand at a
distance (looking down your nose at the prey). This is a delicate dance
between keeping the pet alive, killing the enemy and saving some mana in
case of an Add (or to avoid downtime). The rotation of choice involves
heavy use of pet skills and summoning Energy Spirits as well as using
Replenish Element to keep them in the game. Always good to have an extra
DOT on the enemy for some ticking damage.Optional – Cast Chain of Earth
– this does two things: causes some minor damage, and more importantly
slows the enemy if it decides to come after you. If it is slow, the pet
can keep beating on it while it crawls its way to you. It does take a
good amount of mana to cast this one so sometimes I'll opt to save the
mana and manage the aggro more closely.</p>
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<p>27〕OH NOES, it's coming right for me!</p>
<p>As a Spiritmaster we have a couple of decent evasion techniques. If my
pet dies I Root the enemy and gauge if I have time to conjure another
element, or I just nuke the bad guy until he gives me loot. If I haven't
lost the pet, then I cast Stoneform (Root will break from pet damage)
just go toe to toe with the foe and hope for the best. If all else fails,
keep Spirit Threat rolling and run for the hills! Your next pet won't
even know about how you treated the last one. Always remember that Root
is your friend. When attacking multiple mobs or having that odd pathing
enemy cross your route, one simple Root will take them out of commission
long enough to get a handle on the first enemy. Even if the first mob
isn't dead, you can have your pet start attacking the other mob to start
building aggro. Pets won't last long doing that so be sure you can handle
either one or both of the enemies if you can't keep your pet healed.</p>
<p>Many ingredients to this recipe.There are literally thousands of
variables that can go into a fight (how many enemies are you fighting and
of what level). There is no hard and fast rule you should get locked
into, this is just one version of a recipe. Use this as a starting point
and experiment with your own timing and sequencing. There are definitely
higher damage rotations available, but I find that resting, using potions
or bandaging doesn't fit my goal of zero downtime. I try and keep my mana
topped off and my pet healthy, everything else can be fixed in an
emergency with potions or treatments. Using this formula you can cruise
through the first 25 levels and be ready to tackle the Abyss. Of course
the Abyss rotations are a completely different topic for next time. The
best thing about Aion's community is a very trivial thing: when you quit
playing for the night, it automatically opens up a web page to their
community site. You instantly see the headlines and can read the dev
blogs, look at your character, whatever.</p>
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<p>28〕Asmodean Vitality Extraction Guide250-300</p>
<p>If you're a tailor, you'll love me. Xilix is all over the damn place
in the Alsig Crossroad. Look next to trees, in fields, behind you, you'll
see it every few enemies. Hell, you'll even see it around town if
you're one of those crazy bastards leveling up the skill before you can
even handle the enemies in the area. Just look right outside the south
gate and to the west after that, outside the southwest gate. Two easy
spawns and you shouldn't have to touch a single enemy to get them, and a
250 log or two along the way. This can take you to 300 if you can stomach
it. Of course, if you're feeling brave, I have something else in mind.
Thankfully it requires some intelligence and finesse, so you can make
yourself stand out from the crowd if you're looking to craft the best of
the best before you're even capable of wearing it, or want enough tries
at that Noble Worthy Ultimate Silly Orange You'll Replace in 5 Levels
Anyway for your craft. The choice is yours, and the path is yours. We
have one final step left. It'll be brutal. It'll require a high level, or
a death wish. One of these is easier to deal with in this game than the
other, but only you can answer that for yourself! Decide and we'll see
you in our final segment of Asmodean Vitality Extraction!</p>
<p>You will likely hate me for this, but the fastest way to do it with no
competition is to go to North Brusthonin. Yes, a level 45+ area. I am
not sending you to die for no reason. At this point in the game you know
how to judge aggro ranges and thread the needle when running in-between
two aggressive enemies. You will make use of these skills and go to where
no one really is at this point, at least to gather. Zeller and Pressa are
in abundance in the area immediately west and north of the NPC guards of
the border between the 20 and 45 zones. You should be able to access a
Pressa node from within sight alone while standing at the guards, just
northeast of them. If you're too much of a sissy to go out further, just
harvest this to 300. </p>
<p> <br>29〕Two Kinds of Developer Relations</p>
<p>There seem to be two main ways that MMO developers interact with
players. These two ways have serious pros and cons, but usually the
choice isn't made consciously. Instead, the choice comes from the culture
and situation the team finds itself in. But if you make an explicit
decision, you can stick to it and you won't screw up nearly as often (or
as dramatically).<br>There appear to be some population imbalances
between the two races, which can be quite problematic in a PvP game. I
don't have first-hand experience with it because I'm still relatively
low-level, but Asmodians on my server are often talking about how they're
outnumbered in battles, and frankly the Asmodians aren't as attractive as
the angelic Elyos, so I would be pretty surprised if they were played in
the same numbers. That's why it's so interesting that there's nearly a 1-
to-1 correlation of races according to the Aion website.</p>
<p>When I first logged in, I was flabbergasted by the amount of gold spam
in chat. It made chat unusable unless you spent a lot of time manually
blocking every spammer. The developers said, "We currently have Game
Masters monitoring all our servers. They track chat channels closely and
have been banning thousands of spammers every day." In reality, spammers
stuck around for about two hours before they got banned. Even one
customer-service person looking over all the 14 worlds would have done a
better job finding spammers than that. (The spammers are not subtle.
Players yell into a vacuum and then one day they get a new patch, which
rarely (but occasionally) addresses their concerns. Because of this
reality, the team comes off as aloof and distant, but we give them trust
they didn't earn. Being generally optimistic human beings, we like to
assume that the game is in good hands. If a quest acts weird, hey, it's
probably just because of some design decision we don't understand.</p>
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<p>30〕We suck and you know it, please bear with us</p>
<p>The other commonly successful strategy is to be open and earnest and
to trust players to see things your way. Champions Online uses this
approach. Their developers engage users on the forums, talk about
specifics, explain what they are trying to do to fix things, and
sometimes (rarely, but occasionally) change their plans based on feedback
from forum-goers. This is completely the right approach for Champions to
take. The game is not nearly as polished as Aion; they couldn't possibly
convince us that the serious bugs in the game were intentional. (Anyone
who experienced the 50-foot-tall bug knew full well it was seriously
buggy.) Instead, they play to the crowd, giving them insider tidbits
about how stuff is going, explaining their motivations, and basically
feeding the forum trolls to keep them relatively sedated. The Champions
designers are in a similar boat and obviously enjoy talking about their
game. They seem to be relatively good at not feeding the forum trolls,
either, and staying on target.</p>
<p>This approach works well when you have small bugs that you need
forgiveness for. ‘Fessing up right away and telling players you'll fix
it next week works. Actually, it works great for retention: players
really like it when you respect them enough to really tell them what's
going on. When you trust players, they will often surprise you by
trusting you back. That is, as long as you actually fix the problem, and
quickly. (Aion couldn't do this style if they wanted to, because the
English-language team obviously has little insight into when bug-fixes
will really arrive.)This communication style fails when you have to admit
that serious issues are broken and that you can't fix them quickly. A
common theme on the Champions forums is that the game doesn't have enough
content. There's not a damned thing the developers can say about that to
make people shut up. They can't add content quickly enough to make people
happy. Contrast this to Aion, which also is missing content in several
level ranges: Aion just doesn't say anything, and they delete threads
that are too complainy.</p>
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<p>31〕Screwing It Up</p>
<p>Now, WoW is an interesting example because they started out with
option #1. Aside from some hand-wringing when the game launched (and was
unplayable), they generally played the "we know better than you" card
really well for years. This changed when the design team switched hands.
The new designers, mainly the lead systems designer, Greg Street aka
"Ghostcrawler", love to talk about their stuff. If you ignore combo
points (which we aren't planning on adding to hunters), then the biggest
decision energy-users face is whether to use a single 60 energy attack or
two 30 energy attacks. The answer depends on a lot of variables,
including which does more damage, what is on cooldown, the synergy
between the abilities, etc. If you consider the cat druid (because it's
slightly simpler) and ignore finishing moves, then the druid rotation
would look something like getting up a +bleed attack, applying a bleed
dot, getting up a +damage buff, and then doing the actual damage. You
could imagine something similar like that for hunters.</p>
<p>If you use the dev-tracker on their forums, you will find that it's
full of Ghostcrawler saying things like "You're banned" over and over.
Why is this a problem? Somebody has to do it, right? Yes, and that person
needs to be the forum moderator. Forum mods can occasionally pull stunts
like telling users to die in a fire, and get away with it. That's because
forum-goers treat moderators like "one of us" instead of "one of the dev
team". But when developers are constantly moderating the boards, they
lose the last bit of distance from the players. Suddenly Ghostcrawler's
opinion isn't more valuable than Joe the player's opinion. Ghostcrawler
doesn't get any respect anymore and has to spend more and more time
defending himself. He's playing the forum game and losing. (He should at
least make a fake moderator account for this stuff! But he's not really
thinking objectively about this anyway.)</p>
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<p>32〕Advice For All Community Management Types</p>
<p>If you're an Option #1 game, you need to keep your developers away
from the forums and blogs. You can't have a distant and aloof ivory tower
development team that occasionally stops in to chat about game innards.
That just makes everybody look stupid. Their message gets taken as having
far more significance than intended (because it's so rare that they get
information), and people will be confused and upset about why devs took
time to talk about this one issue and not the 500 other issues people are
concerned about. Whatever you do, you have to stick to your guns.
Explicitly decide what your community plan is, and detail it, and write
it down, and make sure the people who matter agree with it. (That does
not mean getting the whole company on board. It means getting the key
people on board.) Now, you can completely change your community approach.
This is often useful for older games where the circumstances have changed
since launch. It is quite possible to go from an Option #1 company to an
Option #2 company. It is harder, but also possible, to go from being
Option #2 to Option #1. (It will take about six months for that
transition to stick, however, so be prepared for stress.) What is not
possible is to become a hybrid company, sometimes aloof and sometimes
chummy, accessible today but invisible the next. You'll get eaten
<p>If you're an Option #2 game, you have to expend significant amounts of
developer-time communicating with your audience. If you stop, people will
freak out. "They stopped caring!" is what they will hear. If you only
have one developer posting on the forums, you can actually expect your
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sensitive. You need to allocate significant resources towards
communication, and that means maybe 20% of four or five developers' time.
Really. (This is also why a blog is a better choice for developers to
post on. You can queue up little tidbits and release them one a day,
requiring less posting overall to get the same feeling of participation.)
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I'm sure there are some other communication styles I missed here that
work for different situations. The key is just to have consistency with
whatever you decide.</p>
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