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  1. Always been Elyos, so prepare to bend over for me. Spank you in game mami. Other than the first page where I went full on nyerk to shut some kids up who immediately bashed the idea and brought negativity to the thread, I don't see anyone else that I've been toxic to other than whoever this crash pilot is. I created this thread with the purpose of presenting the public a petition. If you like the idea of an Aion Classic, then sign it. If you don't, then don't. It's really that simple. I didn't really open it for discussion purposes to be honest. And I sure as hell didn't ope
  2. Not sure if you played Aion Classic before, but it didn't ever contain ulti enchantment stones, nor were there tiers of armors to upgrade. Imagine if life worked like that. That you do everything "right" as per what a textbook reading would suggest to reach to your destination of where you want to be in the future. If that was the case we would have millions of people in the high end professions of surgeons, doctors, lawyers, etc making millions of dollars. But that's not how life works. What people do is try their best, and sometimes that's just not enough. But just because they faile
  3. Korea is opening 2 new servers next week. That's 7 servers in total. @KibbelzJust as mentioned in my previous post, this thing is blowing up over seas yet not a peep here? Any news?
  4. @Hime@Loki@Kibbelz We have over 500 signatures in this petition in less than a month. That's more people than the current retail has with both servers combined. Even with 500 signatures, I can promise you, that number is merely a small fraction of how many people would play. With that said, you have a current interested player base that's greater than the current retail player base. Could we get even a little information whether Aion Classic will potentially be coming to NA or even if it's in the talks currently within the NCWest studio?
  5. Anybody that's still playing and is holding on to retail just because they spent some money on this game is living a sad life. As I previously mentioned, I spent somewhere between $40-50k on this game, but not once when I swiped my card did I have a mentality of "this is an investment and the more I bury into my pockets the more I have to stick around". No. It's a guilty pleasure. I compare spending money in this game to spending money gambling. I don't really gamble, but I have been to Vegas a few times. My mentality going in there is telling myself "hey you're giving yourself $500 a nig
  6. As Matsuky said, a poorly managed Aion Classic is still better than a poorly managed dead retail. Besides that, as I previously mentioned the one thing that we do have to give NCWest credit for is that they have delivered all the patches/expansion that Korea has had in the past, and so if they do copy and paste the Aion Classic Korean version, I honestly couldn't care less if they poorly manage it or get down on their knees because like I said, it will still be better than the dead retail that this game currently has available. As someone mentioned, kinah can only take you so far.
  7. I can't help shake the feeling that Aion Classic is coming to the West in January. For someone that prefers the retail such as yourself Arhangelos, I think this is the most respected post of an unbiased opinion. Respect. Hopefully this post opens up some people's eyes when it comes to viewing their actual reasoning why they're so against an Aion Classic... and if it's not that obvious, that mainly refers to the people still playing retail currently. See the post above. You're wrong in almost every way, especially about the fact that you're predicting that the Aion Classic
  8. No need to be sorry. You're a nice person. I'm the nyerk. I'm sorry for being one and making you feel bad. But yes, I do stand by what I said, I just wish I said it in a nicer way Accept my apology Like I said, I'll take that bet any time, and collect on release.
  9. This community is amazing with their pitch forks. You ask Kibbelz to reply to you, and then when he does, because you're not satisfied with the answer he gave you, you start bashing him. Most toxic community ever. No wonder mods learn over time to never reply to you guys. You guys should know better by now, most of the stuff doesn't get done around here. I don't understand why you thought it'd be any different now.
  10. So you misunderstood me the first time I guess. When I said die off in 2.7, I meant the patch itself might be the last patch they implement in Aion Classic, and then they will just let it die out when the population dies out. Not in the sense that once 2.7 opens, a few months passes by and the population is still active, they just abruptly say "ok we're closing it down". I don't think I've heard of one developer that has closed down a game that has an active population. If anything, if the populations is really active, I can def see them even going as far as upgrading their game
  11. Well I'm sure you started playing Aion, like most of us did, in the thought that the game will either no longer exist one day or that you will grow out of it, whether out of boredom or well because of actually growing up and having responsibilities such as a family or a life. With that said, I think you are pretty much the only person I've ever met that has this vision that your gaming experience will forever last. It is just weird to me to hear that someone will have such an intense grief over a closure of a game, where the actual journey and enjoyment of playing the game over a few year
  12. Just as Squid said, why do you even play games then? There is a saying, all good things come to an end. There is very few things in life that can last until your dying day. If you actually started playing Aion retail with the thought that it will last forever, and that you'll be clicking your buttons away when you're 60... well on one hand that's unrealistic because it will shut down way before that, and on the other hand that's sad. Let me put it to you in a different perspective. Why do people join private servers knowing they will end in most likely a few months? Because the entertainm
  13. If you take a look at the petition, there is already 276 that signed it. That's only 1 week that the petition has been up. Imagine 276 people in 1 week. That's already the amount of people that play on KT at the moment (the popular of the 2 servers). And yes, I did log in on Sunday and between the 2 sides at 3 pm there were literally 260 people on both Elyos and Asmo together. Sunday. A weekend. Now keep in mind if the Aion Classic was ever to come to NA, it will definitely be no where close to the Korean numbers, but I don't know about you... but for me, even 1 full server with 5,00
  14. Yeah the servers are beyond packed. Livo hasn't done one of his scans recently to tell us what the population is like, but I honestly predict that there is about 80k players now. It's insane because it started with 30k players, and now it's almost tripled. This is a screenshot of a Elyos Zikel queue, which is ONLY the 3rd most popular server on Korean Aion Classic. https://imgur.com/a/x5R8rSU Imagine that because Israphel which is the most popular out of the 5 is experiencing 8-9k players queues. I like what you said. Here is the reason why Aion Classic is so succes
  15. 161 signatures, 5 days in, not bad! It's weekend time, 2 more days and we'll tally up how much in 1 week. Korea Classic on the other hand is still going strong even with the release of Cyberpunk 2077. The only complaint that I have thus far is that it's too over-packed where the restrictions to create characters is not allowing the English community to stay together. Right now, basically 4/5 servers are completely restricted to the creation, and the 5th server is only limited to Elyos creation. So the way that this might translate to being a problem in NA is if people want to pl
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