A new video just came out detailing the new questing and combat systems in Final Fantasy XIV 2.0. Everything looks to be at a much faster pace than before and I for one can’t wait to get my hands on it.
Release date is still unknown, projections are spring of 2013.
Apparently Trevyn has threatened every baddie he can find into liking him or else, but I figure we should like him too. If you support Trevyn and his hard work of trolling the internet, go to his fan page and like him. It’s the least we can do to say thanks for all the help capping those forts and entertaining us with his … ways…
So I get asked every few days what I use when I say, “I’m using the combat mod in gw2”. Instead of explaining what it is and why its useful every time, I am posting this video to show what it does. Its useful for AoE’s (like grenades) when you want to spam the hell out of them, because you have a quick point of reference (the crosshair) and you only have to hit the AoE button once. Arena Net has not approved this mod officially, but they have “approved to share” the mod. This is Arena Net’s way of saying that they can’t say its okay (as it breaks ToS) but that they aren’t going to prevent it from being used. I have personally been using this mod for months now with no repercussions. If you want to try the mod, there is a link to the original reddit post in the youtube description with the details on how to set it up properly.
Our doctrine has been rewritten from salvaged snippets on old recruiting forum posts and revised from what Across the legion stood for, to what Across the Gaming Community stands for now. Our doctrine is our principles, a way of letting others know who we are, and something we aspire to become. It will continue to grow and change with us as time goes on. It is an incredibly flawed document that complements us, and I welcome any suggested additions or changes to help it better represent us.