It's the first actual difficult fight in this game, and it's good because it's optional. It makes even sense story-wise that she's supposed to beat your ass.
10/10 can't wait to get stepped on by Phaleg again
I have a little bit of personal experience to share here. I used to talk more in the early days of WoW, but it almost always made people avoid me, i probably have a habit of making myself unpopular. I gave up at some point and now i pretty much never talk ingame and actively prevent myself from saying anything.
I'm not good with groups of people at best i can handle one other person, i also never got into using discord or anything for their servers, i just use it as a personal DMing tool.
People used to be more talkactive yes, and i guess some people prefer that, but even when people commented my All Might cosplay, i never replied because i was too flustered or simply didn't want to say anything. It's a great deal of stress to me to openly use chat in a way i envy people who can just sit in lobby and talk for hours.
I'm suprised a lot of people see this as such a problematic thing.
actually kinda based
It seems they could not handle talking to people with different opinions. There's a couple brainlets in this forum, but in general people need to relax, this game is old and busted no need to get so excited. It's all in good fun and i enjoy it despite the flaws, but people treat it like PSO2 killed their family.
The game is mismanaged or more accurately neglected, it lacks the level of polish that was even very low on JP (most notably in translation / voice acting department), but i don't think this is a game that is supposed to blow your socks off.
It still has it's high points and i love the over the top fights and music that accompanies it, and that's personally enough for me. Don't care about fashion or gear or story, i just wanna punch some bad guys.
Maybe i just don't get as enthusiastic about video games, or maybe i just have an easier time enjoying what i like and ignoring what i don't like.
Bought nemesis week 1 there's more to the game than just gear progression. I just enjoy turning it on and have fun with the combat. Like those insane few people who slave in bloody palace in DMC for years to optimize their combos, i approach PSO2 the same way. I can put thousands of hours into just getting decent at one class. Every new boss and UQ is just fun to jump into alone and see how much faster i can get. To be granted, YMT isn't the most fun to solo (it takes like 20 minutes), but Mother is coming soon, and i'm really looking forward to that and i couldn't care less if it drops something or not.
I can't fukken read this what the fug, also what's with people bringing random drama into this, literally nobody cares.
I know socializing can be difficult, but sometimes you just have to accept that you aren't gonna get along with some people. Vent to your friends, but don't expect empathy from random strangers. There's no coherent story to be drawn from these screenshots either, so even if you wanted to make a point it's lost to me at least.
I haven't needed anything past the first month of PC release, because i pretty much just bought all my Nemesis weapons week 1 and maxed characters /classes within the first AQ boost, so now i just enter quests for fun. This way is a lot less stressful than depending on the performance of randoms, don't get why people want to put their dick through a cheese grater on purpose and then blame the grater for being too sharp when this is all very forseeable and avoidable
iunno game is the same for me, no matter if bosses take 5 or 20 minutes still don't get why people get offended when their quest takes longer