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Why we dont have Flashpoint finder system?


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Aragonit
12.25.2011 , 06:05 AM | #1
Why not doing bioWare Flashpoint finder system? This too primitive system and only waste our time.
I dont want do LFM or LFG spam in general chat.This boring..

Regards

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Lugtor
12.25.2011 , 06:14 AM | #2
theres at least a "LFG" System, but no body is using it. (but 3 lonsome cowboys)

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DunsparrowSolo
12.25.2011 , 07:19 AM | #3
As far as I can tell, it only works for the zone you're in and is therefore useless. I completely agree that we need a FP finder system, even if its just a chat channel (and all the spam that entails).

BW is really going too far to keep this game on the rails, to the point of really diminishing the MMO atmosphere. I'm playing this with my guild from Rift and it doesn't feel different from when we played Skyrim together. We're all just having a single-player experience and telling each other about it.

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Vialator
12.25.2011 , 07:25 AM | #4
Quote: Originally Posted by Aragonit View Post
Why not doing bioWare Flashpoint finder system? This too primitive system and only waste our time.
I dont want do LFM or LFG spam in general chat.This boring..

Regards
Because this is a single player RPG trying to pretend its a MMO!

the lack of socialising in this game is horrid and hte very reason I wont be around come the end of the free month- they more then welcome to keep the fanbois!

star wars fans never been ones to socialise though.
Huh?

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Sylzia
12.25.2011 , 08:17 AM | #5
It is very hard to find a group for a single flashpoint

As i see many people/ppl avoid them cause maybe are too hard or they just not can find ppl to join in.

even in beta was this a problem

My Advice to Bioware is:
Implement Flashpoint Finder System ( A System that automatic finds a group for you)
Time to Fight Yet Again

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Nelsonrosales
12.25.2011 , 09:13 AM | #6
I agree, they need to have a flashpoint finder system that not only locates a group for you but also designated DPS, Tank, and Healer, having unbalanced groups is difficult enough. The system is too primitive and for the money spent for the mmo, the group play is unfortunately lacking in my opinion.

I also want to state that this is likely the same case with the heroic missions as well. Once the MMO high has been gone and the game population begins to be more stable it will be increasingly harder for players in lower levels to group into heroic missions and flashpoints.

FLASH POINT FINDER / HEROIC FINDER AUTOMATED SYSTEM IS A MUST!

Just saying...

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Mavery
12.25.2011 , 09:31 AM | #7
Don't you know? Going into general and spamming LFM for hours is "socializing" and "builds server community." Something that any sort of flashpoint finder system destroys.

/sarcasm

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xlDARKSIDElx
12.25.2011 , 09:40 AM | #8
On my server I haven't had a problem finding groups for flashpoints. Its too early in the game to set this up. Servers need to populate and mature for a bit. A lot of MMO's wont ship with a LFG for dungeons/instances. Joining a guild is an easy solution if you cant find people.
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Sylzia
12.25.2011 , 10:38 AM | #9
Quote: Originally Posted by Mavery View Post
Don't you know? Going into general and spamming LFM for hours is "socializing" and "builds server community." Something that any sort of flashpoint finder system destroys.

/sarcasm
You Have Right, it can destroy the social part of the game

But on the other hand, people will stop playing the game if they not can find a group to Flashpoints or Heroic Quests,

No one wants to spamm general chat 8 hours in a row everyday to get a group
Time to Fight Yet Again

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Proctor
12.25.2011 , 11:28 AM | #10
LFG auto-queue was one of the single largest factors that caused a huge decline in Rift, and crippled WoW.

And now you people want it here? Cool story.