Llyssa Posted June 22, 2014 Share Posted June 22, 2014 (edited) I don't want to play right now. I'm not sure about anyone else, but I had to get ~900 points total in the event before I finally got my prova. The mission is fun, no doubt, but it's a tad long and intricate to keep pounding at it that much. I appreciate the effort in making the event new and different, but I don't appreciate the number of times I got 43 points for no apparent reason, or the string of sub-18s I got. Admittedly, yeah, I did around 200 missions for gradivus, but that was paced out--you didn't need to spend hours on end with the same group to keep your score from slipping as you attack it overandoverandoverandover. You did your 5 for a node, moved on. You could even change it up a little by swapping sides, and if you got bored, losing your group by logging out for a bit or going somewhere else was NOT a massive detriment to further progress. Also, the mutalis gas clouds are a tad much. Very large area distributed by a very tiny enemy, quite quickly, and they last a really long time. As a bonus, some people don't crawl out of them when they enter bleed out, so you're left trying to ress them while not getting yourself killed. They either need to be weaker, smaller, less frequent, slower to deploy, shorter duration, or some combination there of. Or, heck, leave them as-is, but make them combustible, so that hitting them with fire or electric damage burns them up, destroying them.(If you still want it to be something of a hazard, make it so that each individual aerial strand has to be burned up separately). If it was a single player game, or all of my teams were elite pros, it's no big deal. However, when playing along side the general population, it's quite devastating. The base ideas are all good. The base execution is all good. I'm just not a fan of being locked in to playing one mission over and over for hours on end. EDIT: For precision sake, it's exactly 942 points. o.0 Edited June 23, 2014 by Llyssa Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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