Guild loyalty Or Guild Hoping? | Gaming Bloat? Too Much Content? | MMORPG Twitch Podcast Episode 38

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☕ Welcome to episode 38 of our Twitch MMORPG podcast called The Trinity MMO Show! As always we go over some of the popular and interesting things that happened within the MMORPG world. But the main topic of discussion is about when MMOs become too bloated – When is too much, too much? Is there such a thing as too much? Does it, or can it become overwhelming, especially if you are a completionist?

The next thing we talk about is guild hoping or guild loyaltee. Should you feel bad for leaving a guild? especially if they have been so helpful to you? At what point do you draw the line and call it quits, or do you stay until the bitter end?

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But because it’s a podcast, that’s not all we talk about. Some other topics and discussions in today’s video are included in a QUEST FORMAT! Here are some of the things we talked about briefly while going over the news and updates of the MMORPG industry….

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Various descriptions of the games talked about in today’s are provided from their official website:

World of Warcraft –
“Pledge allegiance to one of two warring factions, the Alliance or the Horde. Join or create a hand-picked group or guild of adventurers like yourself, and take on Azeroth’s foes. Choose from a myriad of classes and races, then level up and amass power at your own pace.”

Ashes of Creation –
“Ashes of Creation takes place within a medieval fantasy setting, blending imagination with cutting-edge graphics. We are putting the word massive back into massively multiplayer with unique and novel mechanics that will bring meaning to player action.”

Black Desert Online –
“Black Desert, also known as Black Desert Online, often abbreviated as BDO, is a massively multiplayer online roleplaying game (MMORPG) developed by Pearl Abyss and released for the first time on July 2015, in Korea, for the PC.”


1 thought on “Guild loyalty Or Guild Hoping? | Gaming Bloat? Too Much Content? | MMORPG Twitch Podcast Episode 38”

  1. Thanks for the shout-out. So to clarify: In WoW I was very much an altoholic because I wanted to try out every class – currently on my account I have 50 characters and well over half of them were max level at some point. In FFXIV you certainly can make multiple characters but there is much less need because you can level every single job (what XIV calls higher-level classes) on a single character. Which I recently completed after playing for a year and a half. What did I give up? I am one of those people who plays a lot but I have never done any Progression Raiding – kind of the quintessential Hardcore Casual. Oh, and Beast Tribes are sort of like faction grinds in WoW – you do dailies for them and get various rewards. The thing I personally like about them is they are entirely optional – I have completed most of the later expansion ones but now going back and working on the earlier ones.

    And yes – joining and leaving a guild is always a tricky emotional thing. Technically I am still the leader of a WoW Guild but it is so inactive that I doubt anyone notices. I was pretty active with some friends in a single guild on a different server – I am still in their Facebook group – but many of them used alts in the guild and the way that Legion forced you to focus on one character made that one mostly inactive as well. I am happy in the Free Company I joined in XIV – run by some real-life acquaintances – but we are a pretty casual group as well.


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