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why gods of the machine rarely form in fleet?


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josephinec
07.07.2018 , 08:54 AM | #151
I think it's funny that you can sleepwalk through the class stories these days, yet both VOTMG and several FE/ET chapters actually require you using your brain.

-All of Vaylin's fights require tactics
-So does the final boss of Eternal Throne
-The Dragon's Maw requires paying attention
-Tyth is easy, but the twin sisters require paying attention

I've only done the first two bosses, but I've watched videos for Nahut, Scyva and Izax, and I can easily see why raiders want TS at best, or someone who's already done it. I'd love to complete the operation, but it's usually up either on a day I'm working or the daily CXP bonus is planetary missions or flashpoints.
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Slowpokeking
07.07.2018 , 11:22 AM | #152
Quote: Originally Posted by AlrikFassbauer View Post
Two things :

- Lack of explanation in-game by the devs.
- Training. Current gaming meta is action games, no brain included, please, except for kill farming. Blizzard started this fashion long ago with their Action-RPGs. None of these trained gamers would touch D:OS with a ten-feet-pole.
What "the industry" did can be seen on the meta level as some kind ofysocial experiment : Train their reflexes, train their greed, but don't train their brains.
Because it's what ppl want, if you increase the difficulty then ppl don't do them.
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