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Re: Wich server is the most new player friendly?

#12
Mind wrote:Good advice here. A set of questions that might be easier might be along the lines of:
What is the economy like? (general prices on chests, xp lixs, and tokens should give you a feel for it),
Open server or Dominant Clan based?
If Dom, single controlling clan or competetive?
If single clan, what bosses do they kill? (both highest downed and those regularly killed),
If competetive, at what level? (how high of bosses, is greifing historically problematic),
If Open server, how is the economy for early game items?
Are there helpful low-mid clans? (either Dom or Open server),


Some general class tidbits that I believe are relatively consistent across servers:
Druids are generally the least-played class. As they are primarily healers they can be relatively hard to level, but a fun caster class. Since they are the least-played class, Druid gear is generally easier to obtain for most of the game. If you like the class-type and can grind through the leveling (having people to level with is huge for Druids), you can have fun with it.
Rogues are generally the most-played class. Many are used primarily for locking bottleneck bosses especially on competitive servers, and they are fun to play and generally considered pretty easy to level. However, as they are the most-played, Rogue gear is generally much harder to obtain especially toward endgame. If you don't mind a frustrating amount of competition/expense for gear,
this is a lot of fun.
The other 3 classes seem to vary, but tend to fall somewhere in between the other 2. A general breakdown of them can be provided by most helpful people if needed, but these are the usual outliers to consider when picking a class.

A further caution: picking a class to be helpful for a clan is a great sentiment, but it often isn't practical to go about it in that order. Pick something you will enjoy on a server with a reputable environment (or a challenging one if you want), and then get to know the people. It's a bit dangerous to pledge loyalty to someone and volunteer to do a lot of extra work to get attain their ranks, risking the chance that they're kinda a bunch of jerks lol.


In other news, Lugh is fun ;)

and lets be honest we have the best mage ever rab the sexiest mage of lugh with the finest ass you ever seen, brings all the bois from town and the most loving and caring member of pegasus.
Lugh - Pegasus

Raburto - 230 nab fire mage
Rab Rogue - 221 dodo rogue

Re: Wich server is the most new player friendly?

#13
Raburto wrote:
Mind wrote:Good advice here. A set of questions that might be easier might be along the lines of:
What is the economy like? (general prices on chests, xp lixs, and tokens should give you a feel for it),
Open server or Dominant Clan based?
If Dom, single controlling clan or competetive?
If single clan, what bosses do they kill? (both highest downed and those regularly killed),
If competetive, at what level? (how high of bosses, is greifing historically problematic),
If Open server, how is the economy for early game items?
Are there helpful low-mid clans? (either Dom or Open server),


Some general class tidbits that I believe are relatively consistent across servers:
Druids are generally the least-played class. As they are primarily healers they can be relatively hard to level, but a fun caster class. Since they are the least-played class, Druid gear is generally easier to obtain for most of the game. If you like the class-type and can grind through the leveling (having people to level with is huge for Druids), you can have fun with it.
Rogues are generally the most-played class. Many are used primarily for locking bottleneck bosses especially on competitive servers, and they are fun to play and generally considered pretty easy to level. However, as they are the most-played, Rogue gear is generally much harder to obtain especially toward endgame. If you don't mind a frustrating amount of competition/expense for gear,
this is a lot of fun.
The other 3 classes seem to vary, but tend to fall somewhere in between the other 2. A general breakdown of them can be provided by most helpful people if needed, but these are the usual outliers to consider when picking a class.

A further caution: picking a class to be helpful for a clan is a great sentiment, but it often isn't practical to go about it in that order. Pick something you will enjoy on a server with a reputable environment (or a challenging one if you want), and then get to know the people. It's a bit dangerous to pledge loyalty to someone and volunteer to do a lot of extra work to get attain their ranks, risking the chance that they're kinda a bunch of jerks lol.


In other news, Lugh is fun ;)

and lets be honest we have the best mage ever rab the sexiest mage of lugh with the finest ass you ever seen, brings all the bois from town and the most loving and caring member of pegasus.

Never mind, RUN!!! Get away while you still have you sanity!
(Lol the rest of us tend to be alright)
Image

Nosy blighter, aren't ya? lol
Lugh: Pegasus, Mindreader - W, Doge Dandolo - D
CH discord CH database Bitey's Guide RIGGED: dicing hack EXPOSED

Re: Wich server is the most new player friendly?

#14
Mind wrote:
Raburto wrote:
Mind wrote:Good advice here. A set of questions that might be easier might be along the lines of:
What is the economy like? (general prices on chests, xp lixs, and tokens should give you a feel for it),
Open server or Dominant Clan based?
If Dom, single controlling clan or competetive?
If single clan, what bosses do they kill? (both highest downed and those regularly killed),
If competetive, at what level? (how high of bosses, is greifing historically problematic),
If Open server, how is the economy for early game items?
Are there helpful low-mid clans? (either Dom or Open server),


Some general class tidbits that I believe are relatively consistent across servers:
Druids are generally the least-played class. As they are primarily healers they can be relatively hard to level, but a fun caster class. Since they are the least-played class, Druid gear is generally easier to obtain for most of the game. If you like the class-type and can grind through the leveling (having people to level with is huge for Druids), you can have fun with it.
Rogues are generally the most-played class. Many are used primarily for locking bottleneck bosses especially on competitive servers, and they are fun to play and generally considered pretty easy to level. However, as they are the most-played, Rogue gear is generally much harder to obtain especially toward endgame. If you don't mind a frustrating amount of competition/expense for gear,
this is a lot of fun.
The other 3 classes seem to vary, but tend to fall somewhere in between the other 2. A general breakdown of them can be provided by most helpful people if needed, but these are the usual outliers to consider when picking a class.

A further caution: picking a class to be helpful for a clan is a great sentiment, but it often isn't practical to go about it in that order. Pick something you will enjoy on a server with a reputable environment (or a challenging one if you want), and then get to know the people. It's a bit dangerous to pledge loyalty to someone and volunteer to do a lot of extra work to get attain their ranks, risking the chance that they're kinda a bunch of jerks lol.


In other news, Lugh is fun ;)

and lets be honest we have the best mage ever rab the sexiest mage of lugh with the finest ass you ever seen, brings all the bois from town and the most loving and caring member of pegasus.

Never mind, RUN!!! Get away while you still have you sanity!
(Lol the rest of us tend to be alright)

:(
Lugh - Pegasus

Raburto - 230 nab fire mage
Rab Rogue - 221 dodo rogue

Re: Wich server is the most new player friendly?

#15
Mind wrote:
Raburto wrote:
Mind wrote:Good advice here. A set of questions that might be easier might be along the lines of:
What is the economy like? (general prices on chests, xp lixs, and tokens should give you a feel for it),
Open server or Dominant Clan based?
If Dom, single controlling clan or competetive?
If single clan, what bosses do they kill? (both highest downed and those regularly killed),
If competetive, at what level? (how high of bosses, is greifing historically problematic),
If Open server, how is the economy for early game items?
Are there helpful low-mid clans? (either Dom or Open server),


Some general class tidbits that I believe are relatively consistent across servers:
Druids are generally the least-played class. As they are primarily healers they can be relatively hard to level, but a fun caster class. Since they are the least-played class, Druid gear is generally easier to obtain for most of the game. If you like the class-type and can grind through the leveling (having people to level with is huge for Druids), you can have fun with it.
Rogues are generally the most-played class. Many are used primarily for locking bottleneck bosses especially on competitive servers, and they are fun to play and generally considered pretty easy to level. However, as they are the most-played, Rogue gear is generally much harder to obtain especially toward endgame. If you don't mind a frustrating amount of competition/expense for gear,
this is a lot of fun.
The other 3 classes seem to vary, but tend to fall somewhere in between the other 2. A general breakdown of them can be provided by most helpful people if needed, but these are the usual outliers to consider when picking a class.

A further caution: picking a class to be helpful for a clan is a great sentiment, but it often isn't practical to go about it in that order. Pick something you will enjoy on a server with a reputable environment (or a challenging one if you want), and then get to know the people. It's a bit dangerous to pledge loyalty to someone and volunteer to do a lot of extra work to get attain their ranks, risking the chance that they're kinda a bunch of jerks lol.


In other news, Lugh is fun ;)

and lets be honest we have the best mage ever rab the sexiest mage of lugh with the finest ass you ever seen, brings all the bois from town and the most loving and caring member of pegasus.

Never mind, RUN!!! Get away while you still have you sanity!
(Lol the rest of us tend to be alright)


You wield the elephant hammer and faced off evil sparkle squirrels and you want to run???
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Angmar Reid—Herne—169 Warrior
RagingRedhead—Danu—186 Warrior (currently more active)
I don’t rage quit, I ginger snap.

Re: Wich server is the most new player friendly?

#16
Shivahh wrote:Danu has:

1 Endgame clan - Ascension

1 Dead comp clan - Kudos is trash

1 Op social endgame mini clan - Peaches

1 Low - Mid tier friendly clan - Revo

And a decent economy.

1 con to danu is it has nubby blzzrd :3
StormrageAwaken - Druid - level - 224
Dragonswrath - Ranger - level - 222

Clan AFFINITY

Server Epona

20 Dino kills

Top Dps druid of Epona
Top Melee hit
Top Skill hit

Re: Wich server is the most new player friendly?

#17
Stormrage wrote:
Shivahh wrote:Danu has:

1 Endgame clan - Ascension

1 Dead comp clan - Kudos is trash

1 Op social endgame mini clan - Peaches

1 Low - Mid tier friendly clan - Revo

And a decent economy.

1 con to danu is it has nubby blzzrd :3

Blzzrd and I can rule the arena *5 pvp warriors with reaver rings and heroic combos have joined the game*... nvm
Zkills, Proud general of the beloved KodiakReavers of Belenus, the G.O.A.T clan

Professor/Detective Zkills, op mage of Epona, chieftain of KodiakReavers. Server banned for doing PvP in arena.

Can you do the impossible?
Celtic Heroes Ultimate Challenge

Re: Which server is the most new player friendly?

#18
Angmar Reid wrote:
Mind wrote:
Raburto wrote:and lets be honest we have the best mage ever rab the sexiest mage of lugh with the finest ass you ever seen, brings all the bois from town and the most loving and caring member of pegasus.

Never mind, RUN!!! Get away while you still have you sanity!
(Lol the rest of us tend to be alright)


You wield the elephant hammer and faced off evil sparkle squirrels and you want to run???

It's not about fighting and winning it's about not descending into the chaos and walking away only slightly the worse for wear.
Image
Image

Nosy blighter, aren't ya? lol
Lugh: Pegasus, Mindreader - W, Doge Dandolo - D
CH discord CH database Bitey's Guide RIGGED: dicing hack EXPOSED

Re: Which server is the most new player friendly?

#19
Mind wrote:
Angmar Reid wrote:
Mind wrote:Never mind, RUN!!! Get away while you still have you sanity!
(Lol the rest of us tend to be alright)


You wield the elephant hammer and faced off evil sparkle squirrels and you want to run???

It's not about fighting and winning it's about not descending into the chaos and walking away only slightly the worse for wear.
Image


Lmho, true, I suppose.
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Angmar Reid—Herne—169 Warrior
RagingRedhead—Danu—186 Warrior (currently more active)
I don’t rage quit, I ginger snap.

Re: Which server is the most new player friendly?

#20
Mind wrote:
Angmar Reid wrote:
Mind wrote:Never mind, RUN!!! Get away while you still have you sanity!
(Lol the rest of us tend to be alright)


You wield the elephant hammer and faced off evil sparkle squirrels and you want to run???

It's not about fighting and winning it's about not descending into the chaos and walking away only slightly the worse for wear.
Image

OMG love that quote lol. I'll defo be using this from now on

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