@KnightDawn587 Jinga is my favourite as well! I use Melon and Synchro.
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It's expensive. Not only do we have to pay for subscription to be able to play the game, because it's not F2P on Xbox only for PC. We have to pay for premium if you want to be able to trade and sell on the marketplace. Those shouldn't be locked behind a paywall. It's almost $40 per month or more (if you have the ultimate pass) for Canadians.
@ikaruga I'm going to be playing as Summoner. I enjoyed the class in CBT.
@HAVOC308 Ship 2. The reason more people were on it at the start is because we were locked out of the other ships until they opened ship 2 afterwards. I think most of the people that are ship 1 originally wanted to be on ship 2 . I'm a new player on ship 2 because that's where most people were going according to a poll that was taken. But like I said, people who wanted to go on ship 2 were forced to join ship 1 during CBT. I know some people will be transfering back to ship 2 when cash shop becomes available. But, you should join whichever one you prefer.
I thought the PC version was coming later in the year (whatever that means). I think that's why I don't see them talking about PC version to avoid the subject. If you go on the website and scroll down to the bottom it has PC coming later in brackets. I'm hoping it comes in open beta though. I don't have my hopes up because I don't see them talking specifically about PC.
@Cathy I'm not sure what you're going on about. I never said to call the attribute strength, but strike and str as the short form. If it's ambiguous then a description of the term should be there in the tutorial or in the manual like the other attribute descriptions. I said, if someone were to confuse the word for strength it wouldn't cause harm because it has to do with physical damage. Weapons are a slightly different story. I was talking about the character attribute.
@Cathy As far as I can see, in role playing games strength is an attribute given solely to melee classes for attacks and damage. STR measures physical power. I thought it would work because when I see STR I think about melee damage from weapons that aren't magical. I thought strike meant something akin to strength. Strike is used to calculate melee damage, I thought. So, if someone were to confuse the two, it wouldn't matter in a sense because strike and strength is similar in definition. Both words have to do with melee damage.
@ArcaneTechs Interesting. I was recently looking at a 2019 player report that said summoner as a main is the least played at 3.45% and techer at 2.34% and hero being the most popular at 26.8%.
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