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I'm going to join in on the RP thing but i'll let other people go first just so i don't fuck up somehow
The expansion looks awesome... Yeah some familiar faces started popping up when the expansion was announced. Can't remember any specifics though.
We are playing Terraria though which is kinda cool (Me, Maka, Zero, Link, BagStone and Possibly Stormcat... did i forget anyone?).
I actually am not impressed with the expansion. I pop in from time to time and people were talking about terraria so I was interested. Lol.
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Lol, this one will be pretty simply. Just say what to do, and I type out something that passes as a storyline.
Quite thrilled for it TBH. Love how they're removing the auction house. Think Blizz finally realized that it killed the game for a lot of the old hardcore crowd.
Oh sheeit, Terraria looked fun as hell. If you guys ever get a minecraft server going, gimme a heads up.
I guess I was just never that big in going into games and asking if anybody wanted to trade 50,000 soj for a p-torch. Nor was I a fan of going to jsp.
The Auction House facilitated all that, and in a far better, safer, easier, and less hectic manner. But it's an idea from WoW, so clearly it's evil
Any way, I assume that JSP is prepping for the influx for Diablo 3 trading, assuming they are not already ready for it.
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Oh lawdy, minecraft and terraria players hate each other then, I assume?
I can only speak for myself. I don't hate Minecraft players (I don't hate any players, why should I hate someone just because they like a different game). I bet there are quite a few people who play both.
But I think Minecraft and Terraria are different in many ways, and I didn't really find Minecraft all that interesting. I like the 2D graphics - I often had trouble navigating in Minecraft as I'm not good in getting 3D orientation. Plus, Terraria looks like you're building your own Super Mario World, whereas Minecraft reminds me of the first steps of 3D first person shooter games in the 90s. I loved the first, was never too keen on the latter. Last but not least, afaik Minecraft is less RPG-heavy. The progression in Terraria is just insane. But I haven't seen Minecraft endgame, so can't compare that.
Best I can tell, in Minecraft you go from punching trees to mining diamonds to make diamond armor and then to going to a fancy planet where you fight and kill a dragon. The end.
And with Minecraft controls, it's super fucking difficult. (You are fighting the controls more then you are fighting the dragon in the fight...)