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  1. Favorite Patch?

    i would be interested in what the CM thinks about this topic given the current state of the game and people's view on the current patch. @Cyan
  2. Favorite Patch?

    I would love to see a master server. I get u cant have a classic/master server and keep adding new stuff to it or it loses the classic/master server vibe, so why couldnt you label it a progressive old school server to get away from the whole master server thing? You could start at patch 1.8, and after a while start introducing new patches continuing for as long a people keep playing, stopping at around 4.8 as that's when I feel the game started going very downhill. Seeing how populated the KR server was, I imagine it could work especially if they implement the QOL updates of current aion and do a proper Ncoin shop. Just having the option for players who would otherwise just quit, playing a server like this might keep them around aion for a good while. You could also send out emails to all registered accounts about the server explaining what it is and u might just bring people back who have quit the game. Just having the option would be nice.
  3. Favorite Patch?

    pretty much agree with everything here, im just wondering like i know they probably need approval from the koreans on making a classic server like this but is that it? im curious about what would be the whole process ie. monetization n stuff. @Cyan can you shed some light on this?
  4. Favorite Patch?

    for me the only thing i liked about 5.x was arena of tenacity, evergale canyon was alright.
  5. Favorite Patch?

    i agree, wish there was a server we could play set in that time.
  6. Favorite Patch?

    yeah i had alot of fun late 2.0 def some of the best times for me.
  7. Favorite Patch?

    just wondering if you had a chance to play a past patch with the quality of life updates aion has currently, which patch would it be. Mine would probably be late 2.x or early 3.0
  8. Sell Tenacity/Discipline Tickets

    they took them from the store slightly before they brought out the leader boards in game
  9. Player vs. Player (PvP) is my main interest in Aion. I enjoy the content enough, that despite the game's current state, I still log in everyday for a PvP session-- even more so on the weekends. The current patch offers a weekly set of the following: Five runs of Arena of Discipline, Arena of Harmony, Arena of Chaos; Two runs of Hall of Tenacity (only during weekends); Two runs of Grand Hall of Tenacity. However, after all these, PvP oriented players are left with no other content. Open world PvP is an option, and I'm certain that any PvPer enjoys a bit of it. However, there is no real incentive for players to roam across the entire maps of Illuma or Norsvold, resulting in a small concentrated area of open world PvP not too far from the respective faction's base. The constant guard hugging, zerging, or lack of PvP in open world becomes stale quick, which again, results in leaving me and other PvP focused players with nothing to do but jump around town for hours, or simply log off. THAT BEING SAID, HERE'S MY SUGGESTION: Place Arena of Discipline and Tenacity tickets up for sale on the BCM. I understand the potential issue with leader board rankings and massive GP gain for those who can just pay for it. In regards to this, what could be done is allowing only the first five runs of Arena of Discipline, and the first two runs of Hall of Tenacity count towards leader board rankings, GP gain and other rewards to eliminate the possibility for abuse-- or even reduce all or some of the rewards gained from subsequent runs after the first five to at least give SOME type of incentive for players who aren't focused mainly on the PvP aspect of it. This would at least give some of us the option of having something more to do, while simultaneously allowing you to make some kind of profit. PS- I understand that Training Discipline exists as a source of unlimited runs of Arena of Discipline, however, the reality is is that no one queues for it.