"Warhammer Online has some of the most potential of any RPG game and is the best title in the emerging RvR-MMO game genre."-Judgent

Sunday, January 8, 2012

Tier 3 Open-RvR Time

     After a short four month break I am back and playing Warhammer Online again (I truely missed WAR). I have also been very busy with work and have not had much time to play, but circumstances are changing. I have been playing on my Level 27 RR 34 Marauder in tier 3 more recently and will continue to level him up. I recently got the basic influence reward for Empire pairing Tier 3 ORvR (which was a purple level 27 belt). I've noticed its a lot harder to get into Warbands in tier 3 than ever before, probably because the groups reserve spots for higher level character over lowbies. Also the level gap is much greater than any other tier. Levels 22-39 can participate in tier 3 but most come at levels 25-27. The players that are in their late 30's have armor and weapons unmatched by that of a level 27. Thus, I have concluded that finding a active and inclusive RvR guild in tier 3 would be the best way to get into warbands and level up.

Loving the new appearance armor I've found (in High Pass)

     Four months ago I was playing and the current Badlands population was anywhere from 50-200 players on each side at a single moment. Now there's anywhere from 175-325 players on each side online at a time! The increase of player base may be due to Warhammer: Wrath of Heroes, or maybe some of the additional web marketing. Either way, its a promising sign in the games future. Most likely it was because of the recent server merges that are putting all of the US player base into one big server; sounds great to me.
    So for now I will be roaming the battlefield looking for fights. I have fixed my videos and re-uploaded them on Youtube. Feel free to view the videos on my Youtube Channel.

1 comment:

  1. I really think it has a lot to do with what the infamous MMORPG interview:

    What types of player reactions have you seen in the game that might be a reflection from the Wrath of Heroes announcement?
    James Casey:
    We've actually seen a lot of good feedback in both chatter from Wrath of Heroes as well as from the community for Warhammer Online. People looking forward to the new game, people eager to see how they relate, and people remembering just how fun the Warhammer Online game and universe is."


    No matter what the naysayers say (hah!), WAR is active, and WE are having fun!!