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iheartnyc
08.26.2012 , 07:48 PM | #24
Quote: Originally Posted by Reble-Dog-Squad View Post
When i play as an Imperial there is always loads of people playing on fleet or some of the planets, the only thing that i have noticed is that not many people play as Republic as most seem to favor the Imperial side
Oh Hai Bioware!

What a joke of a post. Actually, all of your posts in this thread must surely be jokes...is this your stand-up routine? A joke.

I've been playing this game since launch and on Master D since it opened. I have two eyes and know how to use them. According to my eyes, here are the facts:

-Today it is hard to get over 100 people on imperial fleet even in prime time
-Over the past few months, that number has been steadily decreasing. At start of the Oceanic servers we had multiple instances of fleet, with 400+ players on fleet
-At 1.2 that number we had a temporary spike with 200-300 people on fleet
-At 1.3, well there was a spike for maybe 2 days, until people realized what a fail RWZs were
-For the past 3 months, we have rarely gone over 200+ on fleet
-For the past month, we struggle to break 150 on fleet
-For the past two weeks, we struggle to break 100 on fleet

See the trend?

Most of the guilds that were here at opening of Master D are no longer here. Their players long gone.

Making "new" friends every 2 weeks is tiresome. You need some stability to keep people motivated to build relationships - what's the point leveling/gearing with someone if the guy you liked grouping with is going to be gone in a few weeks?

I have been in exactly 5 guilds on this server. 1 guild had over 100 members and another had over 300 members at one point. Only 1 has not yet "/gdisband".

But to you, the servers are "loaded" and fine. What a joke. Maybe if you don't like competitive playing, then yeah I'm sure this server is working out great for you. But a LOT of us like competition (whether it be excelling at PvP or PvE). WIth small numbers, being the best means nothing.

We need mergers, or at least allow us to transfer. You must be blind not to see this.