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  1. Bots make adena just by leveling up. As many have pointed out, you wind up with something between 60-100k pending on drops. If you take that out to 25, I personally wind up with close to 250k. I can do 1-25 in about 9 hours. No aoe, spamming shots, using an Iron Hammer until 20 and a Tarbar 20-25. I do not run out of the free NG shots while below 20 and use less than 5k shots 20-25. Spend say 50k replace DSS and my profit for 9 hours is 200k. Not bad, but not great either. That profit, by the way, is after vendoring trash and before selling any crafting mats. That is also at VIP 0 with no drop rate bonus and no silver coins. If you do adena quests along the way, then the profit is only that much more. You can do one toon per day to 25, then strip it and mark it for deletion. Rinse and repeat the following day. By the 4th toon, your first toon to is deleted allowing you to start over again. You can average probably around 1.5 mil per week making money this way. Do the armor quest the first time through and you can even then send the moon armor from one toon to the next prior to deletion for the measly cost of only an extra 4k via dimensional merchant near any warehouse. This method is no AOE. It also isn't particularly efficient unless you can kill really really fast.
  2. Is that just PVE?

    So many ignorant people who have no clue why the drop on pve death was removed. It was removed back during C3 do to gross abuse of the mechanic to kill player shops in Oren, Giran, and Aden. People would get trains of mobs that used aoe abilities frequently and would train them into town and get the mobs to use their aoe abilities in town. They would be standing in the middle of the shops and many are very low level alts either buying or selling. They would die en masse and the griefer/exploiters would then grab the drops. This cause a huge outcry not only among NA and EU customers but also in Korea. In hindsight they could have left pve death drop in the game and made it so a monster entering town instantly got ported back to its spawn point, but who knows.
  3. You do not need 3 keyboards. You just need Mouse Without Borders or a similar keyboard and mouse sharing network program. The Mouse Without Borders program is created by Microsoft by a developer there who needed to control multiple systems with a single mouse and keyboard but without the expense of a dedicated KVM switch (Keyboard, Video, Mouse switch). The program is 100% free and can be found in Microsft's Garage of handy developer tools. https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/garage/profiles/mouse-without-borders/ It isn't perfect, and once in a while will have a glitch requiring the computers to be linked to need to be rebooted shortly after startup. It also can sometimes hang on system shutdown requiring forced closure. That said, such issues do not cause any problems with Operating systems or other applications. You do need multiple monitors however. I do not recommend tv screens as they are very poor at handling the kind of imagery computers tend to generate, even if most all use HDMI these days. You can look up on Google literature on the topic.
  4. God no. No mounts except that which you get through playing the game. If they spend their time doing anything, then it needs to be done with fixing the damn rates.
  5. I am honestly surprised you bought it at all.
  6. You already can for all newbie villages, Gludin, and Gludio. 1 teleport scroll is 22 NC coin.
  7. Banning for the fun of it???

    Just ignore mixa. He is a shill for NC Soft.
  8. Problem is when the events upstage the very game they are a part of. Events in Lineage II have always been badly designed because they do just that. The current Halloween event is a classic case in point of how bad events in Lineage II generally are. For all those who have gotten a top D weapon, grats to them. The impact to me is that it has made selling DSS as a warsmith main much easier. It has also made it easier for me to level up since other weapons, like Tarbars, have fallen in price and people I group with are generally able to do much better damage. This is great since a Warsmith is NOT a DPS. That said. . . These events also have large negative impacts upon the game. People see those who are so fortunate and when their own fortunes do not follow suit, they become depressed. This leads people to quitting. It also unbalances and upsets the game economy and the sociopolitical dynamics of the servers in ways that can be highly unpredictable. This in turn leads more players into quitting. This makes the game dull and dead by perception. In video games, perception is 90% of a game's success. Of course, things are not helped by NC Soft's continued short sightedness.
  9. I'm with Zygia. A good game doesn't need events to support and sustain itself. As such, I do not like any of the events in Lineage II. They are just crutches the developers throw at the game to temporarily hide the games plentiful flaws and abate some of the constant complaining on the forums. See World of Warcraft and EvE Online for examples of good events. Either they are story related and generally just fun things that have no impact upon the game other than being different and entertaining, or they are recurring and the same. Every single Lineage II event has been nothing more than glorified gambling. The Halloween event would have been a decent kind had there been no weapon drops and had the xp buff potions been designed to persist after the conclusion of the event.
  10. Not very bright are you. Get presented logic and facts and you suddenly have to resort to insults with no originality or cleverness. Gotta say, I'm not surprised. Have a nice day.
  11. VIP 3. VIP 1 and 2 cannot farm silver coins.
  12. Had to shorten your points to basic summaries. Addressing your point. 1) I played beta through C4. Then I played on again off again until just recently. I have zero illegal server experience as I do not believe in them. Comparing them to Live/Classic is also a fundamental NO NO. Shame on you! You never even played during the vanilla times. 2) If you can't adjust to the current pvp climate, that is YOUR problem not the game's. The only thing broken about PK at is that the karma climb starts out really really high and is almost impossible to xp off. If you go over 4 PKs and die while red, you still drop gear. Saw a red pop loot today myself. Btw, this is how it worked in vanilla Lineage II starting with C1 or so. 3) This is old news and will have to be addressed 40+. 4) Recipes have ALWAYS been just for the crafter below B grade. It is only starting with B grade that you must supply an additional recipe to craft. Classic Lineage II is the same way. The Warsmith only need know the recipe for NG through C grade. Then starting with B grade at 52, not only will the Warsmith need the recipe in their book, but the person crafting will need a recipe copy as well. You sure you played live servers 11 years? 5) This isn't how vanilla was true. However, given that Classic Lineage =/= Vanilla Lineage II (as much as some people might wish and keep trying to equate it to), This is a nice QoL change. 6) Buffs being broken is news to me. I sure as hell notice a considerable increase in killing power with buffs. Perhaps that 55% of people you have been speaking with are just complete nubs to the game? Then again my boxed SE is 30 now and has quite a few buffs to give out. 7) Raid bosses back in the day rarely dropped full drops. Instead they used to drop large volumes of crafting mats. Particularly skilled teams who were all the sweet spot level wise and with either good enough gear or luck could get full drops but it was rare. Even then regular raid bosses typically only dropped 1 item and some adena. The loot pinata bosses are the epic raids like Ant Queen, the dragons, and Baium. Also it bears pointing out many many people do NOT play this game to raid. We play for the variety of reasons to pvp. Raids have always been mostly a side show. Based on how much you love pvp, perhaps a Theme Park MMO is more to your pace? I suggest World of Warcraft, Final Fantasy 14, or Elder Scrolls Online.
  13. Roadways in towns ( with no market )

    Just hold down both mouse buttons to run when in town if you are having trouble moving.
  14. Roadways in towns ( with no market )

    No it isn't. This idea is a stupid idea.
  15. Updated Spoil tests IM DONE

    Fun fact, yet sad fact, the reason the game keeps suggesting a break after each hour logged in is because there were a couple very publicized incidents in Korea of people dying due to playing Lineage II too much.
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