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  1. Ranger has the highest skill cap and lowest skill floor. Assassins require high game knowledge and low ping. Chanters are amazing and always a delight to have around. Templars require really good gear to start getting good.
  2. I stopped playing 4 years ago, but my heart hadn't been in the game since before 5.0 began. Just leaving a breadcrumb out there for any old Nezekan>New Zikel>Tiamat (and then to Siel>Katalam) players that have come back for round 2. I went by many, many names in the past, so if you recognize any of them feel free to leave me a hook on Israphel-E on my new Templar - Paizuri. Previous names: (Templar) Soryu, Miamorte, Myfreecams, Mempo, (Assassin) Unprecedented, Relena. Things I remember doing a lot of: B Dredge, Xforming in the Eye, EB cannonballs.
  3. You are not well read up on Australian Consumer Protection laws, are you? By conducting business here they have already agreed to ACCC stipulations. It's non negotiable. They have no grounds to sue me under as they have already agreed to the laws that state I can repair my faulty product with no fear of repercussion. If they aren't going to repair the broken playability, I am entitled to. I can't make money off of it, nor can I claim ownership of the assets and reuse them, but I can rig up a server and attempt to replicate the experience as best as I can. I've spoken to solicitors on the to
  4. Yes. But they are the ones who decided to sell Aion here, and therefore agreed to our Consumer Protection laws. Law of the land is upheld worldwide, so I doubt NCsoft would be held to any different standard. Our consumer protection laws are better the China's copywrite freedoms, and there is nothing anyone can do about; see the link I posted where Valve lost their suit here.
  5. I agree, though we have an entire government agency that we can go to for free, rather than lawyers. But..... Then this could become an issue for yourselves in the Americas as well in the future, especially those who bought CD keys when the game was first released. The whole "you don't own your games" topic is one worth having, and if producers like NCsoft are able to dodge any sort of liability by simply changing their payment model then it is a massive issue for us. I came here to the forums because I think talking about it will help us all; bouncing ideas off others helps pe
  6. I agree. But the money I paid for the physical copy of the game had to go to someone, and regardless if that is NCWest, there are certain expectations that must be upheld for that transaction to be considered lawful. Well, I've already linked an article about the successful case against Valve about digital goods being considered the same as physical goods in my country, and as such, Aion would fall under the same protections stipulated here. I am aware that in other countries this is a grey area (it's pretty clear here), but what I am looking for is a conversation about how t
  7. Also not True. Nezeken (and others for which the names I have forgotten) were merely American servers hosted in locations in America designed to give the best latency to players in Oceania and set on Australian time zones. No servers were ever located physically in Australia. And regardless, to be allowed to sell copies here they have to agreed to abide by our law; it does not matter where the product originates, only that they have already agreed to protect us as consumers within the use of that product.
  8. Not true. By selling the product here the producers agreed to abide by our consumer protection laws. And while yes, Korea own the IP to the game, the rights to use my copy in the state in which it was offered are retained (accessible/playable), as stipulated by our consumer laws. Note this document, which clearly states that to sell a product here they must have agreed to the law of the land. Now that Aion is F2P and F2A( for the sake of this thread Im making up Free to Access as an acronym), what you said would make more sense, but as it was not always this way, and was not the case wh
  9. Take this video into consideration Years ago, I bought a physical copy of Aion (and payed subscription fees), before it became free to play. When the Aion servers are shut down, the ability to play the game for which I paid for is taken away, as supposedly playing on private servers is a breach of the EULA. Now, I am a little confused as to where Aion sits on this list. 1. Aion cost money to purchase in the beginning, requiring a CD key to create an account 2. Aion used to cost money to access, requiring a subscription 3. Aion now no longer requires a CD key to create an account
  10. I've offered to do it for free, on more than one occasion, all for the love of the game that they have killed through unimaginable incompetence. Do you think they are proud of the work they are doing? Would you be proud if Aion in it's current state was your product? You are all being milked of every last drop of devotion and naivety for their gain at your own detriment. Stop logging in and one of two things will happen; they will either fix the issues in the game or shut it down. If the latter is the case then you know they were simply riding it until death, and that leaving it
  11. 1. Leave a post about how you think Aion needs to change. 2. Don't log in until you think it's been addressed. If you want to participate, make sure to stay on topic. If you don't agree with anything in the thread, don't post. Simple. There are more than enough game assets for NCwest to make something of it, and there are no reasons for them to ignore everything and let it all slip away. My post: I want Arenas that give meaningful rewards and are able to be queued for from anywhere at any time of the day.
  12. If you need to ask this question then the answer will make no difference to how effective you are.
  13. I've begged for unlimited Arena's, but I think Aion in NA is far gone from fixing now.
  14. Devil didn't even have to slideshot.... Decent video though, not bad considering it's obvious you don't have the best ping
  15. I wouldn't bother going from +9 to +10. The set will suit just fine, but if you are still keen, use your Creative Points and the information from that to determine how close you are to having +16s be more worthwhile.
  16. That is because the game was designed to be a hobby and an outlet for gambling in Korea, as traditional gambling is illegal there. And no. Dedicated and swiping a card for your hobbies are far from different. Ever seen a dedicated sprinter not fork out hundreds of dollars a year for coaching or a pair of running spikes? Ever seen a dedicated WoW player not sacrifice months of their life not working to allow them to press content? Ever seen a dedicated fisherman not spend a grand on a new rod and reel when his last gets dragged under? How many rifles and sight combos can you reference tha
  17. Exactly. Purified gear is not for the majority; it is for the dedicated few.
  18. For what reason do you think anyone at all would listen to you over John? "we" killed "u", implying a group killed a singular. Your English is either nyerk weak or your ganged up on a solo player. So which is it plebeian?
  19. The 500 Silence Resist (+more from armour) is the real killer. There is no tactic available against a SW other than full burst with that in the game.
  20. I tell new players to be diligent with Luna and Arenas on as many alts as they have time for. Selling supps is okay, but you can also use them to sell enchants to players who are out of supps.
  21. NCwest get every patch knowing exactly what it did to the game in Korea and yet they still don't tweak the game to suit it's audience. This was their chance to set things up for the future of the game and they didn't.
  22. It's beyond me how they can give us something they know will fail. I want to play Aion, but I'd rather not play it in it's current state knowing how painful it is and that everything I do now will be undone in the next coming update.
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