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Okay, now that a week has passed and I've practically supplied half of Gaudiguch's active population with their 5-denizen Wheel quest (and now a handful of others outside the city), my two cents:40~ mobs an hour for 24 hours for the 31 days of December, theoretically, works well, and would enable everyone to have an equal chance of finishing their quest. However, it doesn't take into account the player's desire for excess (hey, better than greed), that a handful of people will keep on bashing and bringing denizens to the Wheel even after they've reached their quota of five.The quest, basically, turns into a race - and obviously, those who run and bash faster win over those who can't. Influencing takes time (no criticals), those who opt for sparks have to look for sparks before looking for denizens. Slow bashers have found that the denizen they're bashing suddenly gets sniped by a stronger, faster basher.I think the quest should be tweaked that, once you've reached your five, you'll be unable to place corpses in the Wheel or lead corpses to the Wheel.
Well, then, make it so it's impossible to kill them once you've reached your 5.
Eritheyl said:Are dominators corpses supposed to not work for the Wheel? And...the cavaliers, are we supposed to be able to influence them?
Are dominators corpses supposed to not work for the Wheel? And...the cavaliers, are we supposed to be able to influence them?
They don't attack novices or even midbies. Indeed, it's probably the most <50 friendly spawn simply because of that. They will track/attack if attacked first, however, regardless of level.
I'd like to bump this. We've had a lot of interesting new stuff this month that might've been drowning out the "whining" about this quest. I'm from the off-peak camp, so I'm not sure if the situation during peak times is still as bad as people have been claiming from the start. I think enough time has passed that opinions will be more valued, if by now people have not gotten used to the quest and are still feeling frustrated, chances are there really is something that should be changed about it. We won't know unless people do speak up, however.
1) I feel I have to encourage you to buy, because I've already invested quite a bit and I can't really justify spending more, but I still need a good 11 pieces.2) On the other side, the packs contain both the old and new Czigany pieces, which I've registered a concern about already; there are 40 possible curio pieces, so 400 possible pieces.This makes completing things semi-difficult (but not impossible, Neraiche completed a Fae Knight mask with less spent than I at the time of completion).Basically: The more people who buy them, the easier it is for all people to complete their sets, via trading; trying to do it on your own by dumping $200 won't do it.But you could get 200 pieces for $140 and have a large number for trading, and hopefully get through it that way.