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Justiful
12.14.2011 , 07:16 AM | #1
Ok lots of people have many reasons for wanting to start in early access. I agree many of them are valid. However I know 1 sure way to avoid 99% of them.

On the 20th -- Role on a server that comes out that day. Here is why.

1. You start same time as everyone else, if not early.

2. If it is PVP you are not being ganked by 40's and 50's out to grief.

3. You have a chance to be server first at something.

4. You avoid the 1% -- and by that I mean the 1% of elite people who troll these forums.

5. You start on an even playing field. The exploits used during headstart are a non-issue.

6. This forum has 200k posts in 24hrs. Assuming average person posted 1 time that is
100k people who post on forums. Majority of those people are going right to headstart servers. Do you really want to play an entire year with these people?

7. Launch day is more fun when you and all your friends start the same level on the same day. When you already have a 25+ level difference starting out it can be a real lonely leveling till you catch up.


Anyway. That is my thoughts. Why people are complain I do not get. We can play a few days get more familiar with the game. When real Launch comes around we can ditch the B.S server in the headstart program.


"The Only Way To Win Is Not To Play" -- We can not change what Bioware has done. But the best way to get what we want is to just not play their little games. Let the *Forum Trolls* have the headstart servers. We can make the most popular populated servers the ones that come out after headstart.

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Wisz_Rethon
12.14.2011 , 07:17 AM | #2
me thinks this is the best thread out there for a while.
SWTOR: you expected .
you thought you got got .
but it's really .

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Hakalo
12.14.2011 , 07:19 AM | #3
Agree, but the "querky" people dont seem TO WANT to understand

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Lasica
12.14.2011 , 07:20 AM | #4
Human beings aren't logical. We are driven by emotion and right now on these forums fear, anger and greed seem to be running rampant.

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Aowar
12.14.2011 , 07:20 AM | #6
I think what is needed is more apologist threads. You are being outnumbered atm.

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Chuckskyline
12.14.2011 , 07:23 AM | #7
Agree.


Which is why we shouldn't have EGA anyway.

Beta Testing is so that servers don't explode.


You do realize launch day will still have heavy queue lines, and running around with 100000 of lower levels waiting for spawns?

All EGA did was screw the economy, and let elite day oners get a head start on everything.

-Just saying.

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Eroiqua
12.14.2011 , 07:26 AM | #8
Quote: Originally Posted by Justiful View Post
On the 20th -- Role on a server that comes out that day. Here is why.
I've been considering that...when I finally get into EGA just making a throwaway character to satisfy the addiction for a few days. My one concern is that given the rarity of RP-PvP servers, there may not *be* any new ones released after EGA.

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livespawn
12.14.2011 , 07:28 AM | #9
Quote: Originally Posted by Chuckskyline View Post
Agree.


Which is why we shouldn't have EGA anyway.

Beta Testing is so that servers don't explode.


You do realize launch day will still have heavy queue lines, and running around with 100000 of lower levels waiting for spawns?

All EGA did was screw the economy, and let elite day oners get a head start on everything.

-Just saying.
That's what i was thinking. Servers on the stress weekend were pretty packed yet not exploding. the argument about there being a million people in starter zones is a little ridiculous considering areas have instances, this isn't World of Warcraft all over again. This feels like beta 2.0 atm.

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marili
12.14.2011 , 07:35 AM | #10
I agree with you 100%.