Guild Wars 2 carried this week in MMOs, with its announcement of A Star To Guide Us, previews of the new legendary and raid, and controversial new cash shop teleport. Meanwhile, we continued our coverage of WildStar’s impending sunset, including news of the player petition to try to save it. And hey, Massively OP 2.0 has arrived! Read on to catch up with the very best of this week’s MMO news and opinions today as every Sunday in Massively Overpowered’s Week in Review! THIS WEEK’S TOP STORIES Guild Wars 2’s next living world episode, A Star To Guide Us, launches September 18 – here’s the trailer - [AL:GW2]It's a bit weird for this to be coming out on a not-Tuesday, but who cares, we'll take it: ArenaNet just dropped the trailer for Guild Wars 2's next living… WildStar fans start a petition to urge NCsoft to save the game - Ninety-two days, folks. That's how long some City of Heroes fans stood with their signs … [Read more...] about MMO Week in Review: Guild Wars 2’s guiding star
Blade and soul guide
Assassin is a Jin-only class capable of dealing terrifying amounts of damage in huge bursts. Relying mostly on combo chains and environment awareness it requires a skilled player to be handled properly. Combat relies heavily on stealth and keeping up your poison stacks. Today we’ll be focusing on lightning build. Blade and Soul Assassin Guide - Lightning Assassin - PVE Itemization Let's talk items first as Lightning Build is really gear dependant. There are three items that stack well together and are a staple of every good assassin DPS build. Divine Dragon Bracelet greatly increases damage when using Fighting Spirit, attack speed of Heart Stab while under Divine Dragon effect (with additional 475% damage bonus on hit). Holy Fire Soul Badge and Revelation Mystic Badge synergize with the bracelet extremely well. Holy Fire will decrease cooldown of Heart Stab upon using Fighting Spirit cooldown, Revelation Badge will trigger Inner Chant for 10 seconds when using … [Read more...] about Blade and Soul Assassin Guide
We hope it will become your best source of information regarding those games. We will be posting interesting facts, Lineage 2 item guides, ArcheAge trading tricks,Blade and Soul item tips and more. Regardless if you are a new player that is just getting started, or an ArcheAge gold seller that wants to check the current state of the games without spending too much time in the game itself this is the website for you! As a group of avid and experienced players we are constantly observing the situation in those games and we are always up-to-date with newest patch notes, server status, player base situation and even gold selling market in those three games, this way we can provide as much information on those topics as possible. We are aware that some of those games are outdated, like Lineage 2 for example, that’s why new players have hard time finding a proper up-to-date tutorials, we plan to fill that gap with newbie friendly … [Read more...] about Welcome to our mmo blog!
Continuing with the write-up of my tour of Rift: Storm Legion during the beta weekend, in this post I’ll focus on what Community Manager James “Elrar” Nichols showed me regarding dungeons and raids. To view the previous part on the world and new zones, see here. I was told that Storm Legion will launch with seven dungeons and a couple of raids — one 20-man and one 10-man — with another 20-man being added in the first big patch. It’s clear that just because they have a huge expansion coming out soon, this by no means indicates that the Rift team will be slacking on their update schedule. New content will continue rolling in as it has always done, and players won’t have long to wait. I’ll confess right now that this post will be image-heavy. A lot of the encounters shown to me were still works-in-progress; that and time constraints meant that we didn’t do much fighting beyond Elrar exercising his supermod tour guide powers and … [Read more...] about Rift: My Storm Legion Tour – Dungeons And Raids
As we did in 2014, 2015, and 2016, today I’m going to recap our annual awards and other meta articles from the end of 2017. We gave out 19 formal awards this past year, all in addition to dozens of other recaps, roundups, listicles, predictions, bloopers, oddities, polls, provocations, and retrospectives. It was by far our biggest content dump to date, even bigger than last year! Following our deep-dive into our awards and the attached reader polls, I’ll be recapping all of the end-year articles in one convenient place in case you missed something over the holidays – enjoy! MMO of the Year: Elder Scrolls Online (2017), Black Desert (2016), Final Fantasy XIV (2015), Nothing (2014), Final Fantasy XIV (2013), Guild Wars 2 (2012), Star Wars The Old Republic (2011), Global Agenda (2010), Fallen Earth & Dungeons & Dragons (2009) Community Poll: Elder Scrolls Online (2017) Elder Scrolls Online (2016), Elder Scrolls Online & … [Read more...] about Massively OP’s 2017 awards debrief and annual recap