I played RO2 right from the very beginning. It was a fun world filled with excitement! You could say I was hooked !!! addicted !!! to the game.
I undressed my reality and wear the virtual identity of a Priest/Sorcerer every single day after my morning classes and then again in the evening on a low-end laptop that clearly couldn't bear the burden.
I've always loved MMORPGs. A world where possibilities are abundant, where I could show the real me, where friends with the same goals are there to chat with me whenever I'm in game. Those are all virtual. They aren't real. They're just polygons and, what, pixels colored and arranged neatly.
But screw all those--I love games. How often can you talk about money laundering in a forest wearing outlandish outfit surrounded by giant grasshoppers IRL?
To me, Ragnarok 2 is THE game. There is Terms of Service (You know the name of that game), of course, but somehow RO2 is better. Somehow.
I made lots of friends. Despite them being basically strangers, we had the same thing in mind: having fun in a fantasy world filled with living jell-O.
It was all fun until my studies took priority and then I had to abandon the game.
I then heard of Master Level and I was like whoa isn't that cool or what? I immediately redownloaded the game and gave it a second shot.
Most of the names on my friend list were all white (or grey, I forgot). They were offline. I thought of course duh they wouldn't be here anymore it was a crazy long time ago. There were some familiar-looking names on the list, but even before we never really talked so it was kind of awkward.
I actually made promise with three or four close friends that when new contents arrived we would came back and hit the dungeons together again. One of them wanted to become Noel.
I broke the promise. Or should I say I forgot about it and moved on with life.
My heart sank but I decided to continue playing. Life must go on, they say.
I noticed that my COA gears only gave those Condors a nice massage. Long story short someone told me I had to ~Master my destiny~. I talked to the big guy, taught Prana and her gang of bullies a lesson, and finally became a Master Priest.
I played for quite a long time until I decided to quit again the second time after seeing numerous imbalances in game.
Since then I've been playing The Waiting Game.
How long has it been again...?
Edited by HokaHoka, 28 August 2018 - 07:12 PM.