bapplebo said:Expect screenies from me on Thursday.
Also, is there a possiblity that we can all join in 1 party? For community benefits as well as levelling.
The messiness factor of using a party can be easily sorted out if you plan ahead with your group. In GW, you can "call shots", ie: designate a person, usually a ranger, to pick a target and declare that he/she is targetting a specific monster. After that, people in the group need only press 'T' in order to target that enemy for themselves - focusing efforts is very helpful in GW.-JLN- said:Combat is pretty much the same as in WoW. The differences are that it's a bit faster, and you can only equip 8 skills (I think) at a time. Sometimes though, especially when there are a lot of people in your party, the combat can look a bit messy and it's quite hard to keep track of what's going on. Most notably some of the special melee attacks with the warrior don't stand out that much and the damage numbers are hard to see, so it can be difficult to work out exactly which attacks are effective.
I should probably start playing the game again actually, been a while since I've played it properly.