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Everyone: Stop Overreacting

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Everyone: Stop Overreacting

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oythebillybumblr
12.17.2011 , 11:38 AM | #1
Its sickening seeing all of the complaining, every thread is someone ************ about how their chosen class needs to be stronger, how bioware effed up, how factions aren't even, etc.

The game hasn't even made it to its official release date yet. Everyone should be grateful that Bioware opened it up early, but instead people are acting like the game is set in stone. Things will be balanced out, problems will be corrected. Can't you let these devs put their feet up and celebrate for two seconds before you start crying about your force powers not being strong enough?

Everyone just take a deep breath and relax for a second here. Relativity.

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jonnv
12.17.2011 , 11:40 AM | #2
Quote: Originally Posted by oythebillybumblr View Post
Its sickening seeing all of the complaining, every thread is someone ************ about how their chosen class needs to be stronger, how bioware effed up, how factions aren't even, etc.

The game hasn't even made it to its official release date yet. Everyone should be grateful that Bioware opened it up early, but instead people are acting like the game is set in stone. Things will be balanced out, problems will be corrected. Can't you let these devs put their feet up and celebrate for two seconds before you start crying about your force powers not being strong enough?

Everyone just take a deep breath and relax for a second here. Relativity.
+1
and you cant really know how good is your class unless you reach 50

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Hackandslice
12.17.2011 , 12:32 PM | #3
I support this thread

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Funkyhuntin
12.17.2011 , 01:27 PM | #4
Please, for the love of God, LET them continue to QQ. I want them to b*tch and moan and cry until they leave the game and go back to WoW. Because if we can get rid of the little 12 year old cry babies, we stand a chance of keeping this game a huge step above other games out there right now.

So, get mad, complain about classes and how OP they are or how hard it is to solo level...and then kindly go away

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DarthRaistlin
12.17.2011 , 01:29 PM | #5
I suport this thread too...

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neocoma
12.17.2011 , 01:56 PM | #6
Bleh to all of that "game isnt released yet" crap. There was a beta ...there were weekends. There were balancing issues. There were thousands of Inquisitors and Counselors running around in beta for a reason. There are now lots of them in retail for a reason. Dont give me that crap please. There are issues, real issues.

Atm 50% of one game's population (both sides counted) are Inqui/Counselors. For. A. Reason.

If you dont roll Inqui/Couns you might lack fun in pvp.

I mean come on. Consider a class that can heal, damage, cc your butt and run away. Consider a class which can stealth, melee dps and heal themselves. Think this is balanced? Maybe ...consider a class which can damage, cc and heal while wearing heavy armor.

And now consider a class that can damage ...and jump around. See the lacking?

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nophoria
12.17.2011 , 01:59 PM | #7
Quote: Originally Posted by neocoma View Post
Bleh to all of that "game isnt released yet" crap. There was a beta ...there were weekends. There were balancing issues. There were thousands of Inquisitors and Counselors running around in beta for a reason. There are now lots of them in retail for a reason. Dont give me that crap please. There are issues, real issues.

Atm 50% of one game's population (both sides counted) are Inqui/Counselors. For. A. Reason.

If you dont roll Inqui/Couns you might lack fun in pvp.

I mean come on. Consider a class that can heal, damage, cc your butt and run away. Consider a class which can stealth, melee dps and heal themselves. Think this is balanced? Maybe ...consider a class which can damage, cc and heal while wearing heavy armor.

And now consider a class that can damage ...and jump around. See the lacking?
You're talking about two different advanced classes, not just one that can stealth/heal, don't be over-dramatic.
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irishdrunk
12.17.2011 , 02:01 PM | #8
Quote: Originally Posted by nophoria View Post
You're talking about two different advanced classes, not just one that can stealth/heal, don't be over-dramatic.
A thread whinging about whiners whining?!!

+1

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oythebillybumblr
12.17.2011 , 02:06 PM | #9
Quote: Originally Posted by neocoma View Post
Bleh to all of that "game isnt released yet" crap. There was a beta ...there were weekends. There were balancing issues. There were thousands of Inquisitors and Counselors running around in beta for a reason. There are now lots of them in retail for a reason. Dont give me that crap please. There are issues, real issues.

Atm 50% of one game's population (both sides counted) are Inqui/Counselors. For. A. Reason.

If you dont roll Inqui/Couns you might lack fun in pvp.

I mean come on. Consider a class that can heal, damage, cc your butt and run away. Consider a class which can stealth, melee dps and heal themselves. Think this is balanced? Maybe ...consider a class which can damage, cc and heal while wearing heavy armor.

And now consider a class that can damage ...and jump around. See the lacking?
But if they are actually op at end game (and thats an if) they'll be nerfed and people who played them will get frustrated and 50% will change to whatever is slightly op'd by an update. Its just so early to be saying OP and UP, most people aren't close to 50/understanding their class entirely.

Plus, there's always one overpopulated class, more power to the people who have the balls to rock something different.

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Dasyus
12.17.2011 , 02:07 PM | #10
Quote: Originally Posted by neocoma View Post
Bleh to all of that "game isnt released yet" crap. There was a beta ...there were weekends. There were balancing issues. There were thousands of Inquisitors and Counselors running around in beta for a reason. There are now lots of them in retail for a reason. Dont give me that crap please. There are issues, real issues.

Atm 50% of one game's population (both sides counted) are Inqui/Counselors. For. A. Reason.

If you dont roll Inqui/Couns you might lack fun in pvp.

I mean come on. Consider a class that can heal, damage, cc your butt and run away. Consider a class which can stealth, melee dps and heal themselves. Think this is balanced? Maybe ...consider a class which can damage, cc and heal while wearing heavy armor.

And now consider a class that can damage ...and jump around. See the lacking?
The issue in beta was that people wanted to go 1 on 1 vs an Inq and burn through certain abilities too early. Once we began to figure out the 'typical' rotation of a Sage/Sorcerers, we were able to combat them and defeat them more easily. At first we (Republic) were going up against a bunch of matches where the majority of the enemy were Sorcerers and we were getting rolled. Then there was some sort of 'aha' moment and we began to defeat the Sorcerer Pre-Mades.

I'm not saying they aren't overpowered, I'm saying that they can be defeated. They are The Flavor of the Month for right now. People will slowly begin to taper off toward other classes soon enough.
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