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She pointed two 38's at me... she also had a gun
Yea i might be too far in wkc2,
Bounty's done and 1 more errand to complete ( Damn Flemron!!!)
But for example the errands didn't pose any issue as i had every item needed so no farming was necessary,
Ill start wkc2 again at gr15 and with the errands and bounty's I can jump to GR17 which is one less gr than were i'm currently at.
Its just an idea that if i can max out more items from wkc1 and transfer over i can use those for bindings, I played a alot... i mean alot of wkc1 and my item count is kinda ridiculous,
but it may help just getting the bindings trophy and then in the same respect the guilda spending trophy.
I had mentioned before that raising your GR is always a decision of weather your gonna casually play quests and rank up at a slow pace or you can race for GR with OGIT,
Kinda sucks that the majority of players are racing for GR and the higher GR guys are focused on Vellengard.
Nice Mavrik, GR20!!
I can tell you im far more interested in playing the game casually and ill join you no doubt,
Playing all the quests helps collect more items and consumables that is all helpful in the long run instead of running OGIT over and over
In wkc1 from GR10 it was pretty much the same, even gr12's struggle to complete certain quests,
I, myself will say that only until i was Gr15 with Gr15 equipment was the idea of soloing quests acceptable so it appears that until gr26-30 most quests will require very good team work.
So far its myself two other SA guys running WKC1, this weekend we'll be running wkc all weekend and the idea is it help them but that's what i'm using in order to collect items and gain some more guilda,
These guys are determined in platinum-ing WKC so it may help me out in wkc2 but my my heart is telling me that in order to really progress in wkc2 is to raise your GR and work from there.
Last edited by Pos7box; July 20th, 2011 at 08:40 AM.