- 7 years ago
Well not probably anything deep, just talking about drama and how it has ruined a lot of fun I have had in both games.
With Second Life, oddly enough success is part of the problem. Lost Angels started on the Satellite sim and was limited to 40 people. If you weren't one of them you stood at the border waiting for someone to leave or crash to get in. Because of that drama and fighting was controlled a bit.
Now LA is on its own sim, with several other sims bordering that can be easily crossed. thus when people have issues it can easily blow out of control.
With Argent Dawn, Mainly my portion here is talking about regretting letting others control where I play.
I was a member of the Alliance guild the Agency, controlled by Davnika. It was a good guild if somewhat notorious. I liked the people and wish now I wouldn't have stopped playing. By the time I gave up caring the guild had changed a lot. I don't even know if it still exists.
On the horde side My character Sylvestria met a lad