There is absolutely no point to this fail of a skill. When I was active on my mage I'll admit debuffing was fun, but the skill holds too much power
should have easily just tweaked the mages skills to have higher percentage stuns if balancing was the case for Anti-Magic Shell to be implemented.
Getting raped on your mage? Why don't you mage player's actually spend time and work on build's like the rest of us that might actually be decent in wars?
OR better yet, why don't you choose a different class.
It is sad however that mages are already scarce in the community, but you just can't rely on debuffs. The atmosphere in PVP areas has greatly changed, because players abuse
this skill to the point where it's just not fun
anymore. Typical Scenario
:Bob: Yo man you wanna practice?
Bob: Yea! Let's go!
Jim: Alright, I'll grab my cleric and let's buff
*Both enter PVP area*
Bob and Jim: WTFUX?!
Bob: We'll war later..
SURE you can go somewhere else to war. But the point I'm trying to get to is that debuffing should just be removed.
It's new things like this that make me miss the old days in Rose even more. Back when everything
I don't get why you are crying? IF YOU DON'T LIKE BEING DEBUFF JUST USE BOOSTERS! DUHHHHHHHHH!
Not everybody can afford Item Mall. A lot of the younger crowd plays this game and most don't even have the "allowances" to pay for them. So subliminally, you're telling me
that if a new player that can't afford IM plays this game that:
-Works hard farming daily on his free time
-Buys his gears with hard earned zully
-Finally fully geared to war
Only then to later realize this game just got corrupted by the abuse of Anti-Magic-Shell, and that boosters is the only way? So you're telling him to spend money to have fun in this game? Smh.
I know, let's just do the next best thing and stay out of pvp areas for good. It's so much more fun checking shops like mindless zombies - looking to buy things that you don't need.
one thing to this game that keeps it alive (Was gonna say quests but even now questing is horrible, e.g. Episode Quest). And that's PVP. You implement an OP skill and it ruins the entire pvp experience for mostly everyone.
Edited by shokwavez, 10 January 2012 - 08:36 PM.