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At Various Levels Of Albion Online Progression

You can pretty much catch up to most high geared players if you stop posting QQ threads and FARM THE FUCKING FAME.

Seriously. I have 5.2 heavy and 6.0 medium with two 4.3 weapons and a T6pickaxe and this was all after I spent my LP on “random crap” (like refining and crafting that i never use anymore and weapons I learned sucked the hard way) in the first week of the game.. I was told I NEEDED to make an alt for combat or id never catch up and decided to just grind it out the hard way.
I’m not trying to brag and yes I have more free time than most players because I work seasonal and winter is off time. But it took me 4hours to get from T3 to T5 medium Albion Online Silver armor by farming T4mobs in a yellow zone and most players are not wearing anything higher than that in open world atm because it costs too much to replace. So stop asking for a do-over and go grind you lazy fuck.

Logic IS hard, I know. Let me try to explain: It’s not up to YOU to decide if the game is being tested properly, it’s up to the developers. The devs are looking to test certain things, that require people to be at various levels of progression along the destiny board.Tell me, oh great logic king, how will the devs test the respawn rates of mobs in T6+ zones if there’s a wipe? That’s right, they won’t be able to for several weeks/months until a critical mass of the population get to those levels and are able to hunt in those zones.How will they test the Albion Online Power Leveling  new 5, 8, and 12 person expeditions if everyone starts off at novice? Do they have enough time to wait the 6-8 weeks for most people to get up to that level?

Honestly, it’s mind-boggling that none of you are able to grasp this simple fact. If the devs are making changes to higher-end content, they need people at the higher-end of progression to test that content out.

 

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