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Have hit a stone wall

AnomaletixAnomaletix
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edited March 25 in General Chat
So, i've been playing warrior on reboot, and it was fun. But after hitting lvl 70, it got kinda boring. It just feels like grinding. Any tips on how to make it a bit more interesting?

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  • AggraphineAggraphine
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    edited March 25
    Branch out into different classes. Maybe that specific warrior(I'm assuming one of the three explorer warriors) you chose isn't a good fit or isn't what you were hoping it'd be. If there's a class you looked at and thought "there's no way in hell I would enjoy playing that", give that one a try and you might surprise yourself.
    scholar624
  • scholar624scholar624
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    edited March 25
    Going off what Aggraphine posted,

    Try taking up different classes that catch your eye. This will build up your legion rank; making your journeys a little easier depending on how you arrange your character tiles on the legion grid.
  • AnomaletixAnomaletix
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    edited March 25
    Aggraphine wrote: »
    Branch out into different classes. Maybe that specific warrior(I'm assuming one of the three explorer warriors) you chose isn't a good fit or isn't what you were hoping it'd be. If there's a class you looked at and thought "there's no way in hell I would enjoy playing that", give that one a try and you might surprise yourself.

    I was playing the black knight route (as it looked really cool) and it's super fun. Im gonna try that multi-class idea, but the main thing is, that the actual game just feels like a massive grind after a while.
  • AggraphineAggraphine
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    edited March 25
    Anomaletix wrote: »
    Aggraphine wrote: »
    Branch out into different classes. Maybe that specific warrior(I'm assuming one of the three explorer warriors) you chose isn't a good fit or isn't what you were hoping it'd be. If there's a class you looked at and thought "there's no way in hell I would enjoy playing that", give that one a try and you might surprise yourself.

    I was playing the black knight route (as it looked really cool) and it's super fun. Im gonna try that multi-class idea, but the main thing is, that the actual game just feels like a massive grind after a while.

    No you're absolutely right. The game is a massive grind. The kicker is that you're still well within what most people consider the easiest point of the game. Finding a class that really clicks with you definitely helps things though.

    It could be simpler than that too, you could be in a map that's poorly-set up for your skill kit.
  • AnomaletixAnomaletix
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    edited March 25
    I think that map thing is probably why. Im in orbis, which just feels like one massive side quest.
  • HuskyDMHuskyDM
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    edited March 25
    Anomaletix wrote: »
    I think that map thing is probably why. Im in orbis, which just feels like one massive side quest.

    There are plenty of 70-ish areas like Sleepywood or Excavation Site. You should look on those and see if it is more comfortable to hunt in there. You can also start over a new class or (if you really like Warrior) switch to Hero or Paladin when you reach lv100.
  • AnomaletixAnomaletix
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    edited March 25
    thanks for the info
  • FuhreakFuhreak
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    edited March 28
    The closer you get to the next job advance, the slower the grind feels in my personal experience.
    So it slows down slightly around 50-60, again around 80-100, and one more time around 160-200.
    For me anyway, the 160-210 Range is my least favorite grind.
  • ShadEightShadEight
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    edited March 28
    Anomaletix wrote: »
    It just feels like grinding

    that's kinda the point. Its only gonna get grindier, especially from lvl 220 onward.
  • HuskyDMHuskyDM
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    edited March 28
    Fuhreak wrote: »
    The closer you get to the next job advance, the slower the grind feels in my personal experience.
    So it slows down slightly around 50-60, again around 80-100, and one more time around 160-200.
    For me anyway, the 160-210 Range is my least favorite grind.

    I think 60-90 its also pretty bad unless you are doing pure grinding. At least by 160-210 you can work in any prequests you may have missed, but 60-90 is pretty barren of content.
    Fuhreak