I can’t tell you how disappointed I was to get the friend codes to other Pokemon fans that I knew only to find out that their “competitive” team was slaughtered by mine.
I’ve mentioned in another blog post that Elsword was going through events that would give players the opportunity to get some rare items for free. I’ve also mentioned that along with these events, the game is changing itself with new character revamps and possibly new character skills. The layout of the skill tree is also different from the last time I played, which was before all of these changes.
Among the many changes that Elsword is going through right now, I have to say that there’s something that’s made me a little frustrated.
What’s making me frustrated is that they are doing their [ or KoG? ] act of making characters more “balanced” in PvP and PvE. Some characters in my opinion didn’t even need to be balanced. They were already okay from the start of when I came back into Elsword, but of course I don’t know what it’s like in the arena since I try to avoid PvP. NA servers seem to have developed a reputation for the amount of “salt” PvP players give to each other. People with actual skill in a certain character may be reported by salt players just because they were developing a character pretty well with items, skills, things of that sort. It wouldn’t surprise me as to why people don’t like to really show their skills to salt players in the NA servers.
For the fact that they are “balancing” characters, I’ve felt this so called balancing in dungeons that I had been doing for a week now. I’ll tell you that the changes I felt when playing as my now level 69 Dreadlord that these changes didn’t seem to do good for me. I’ve noticed that my HP would be lower than when I played these same dungeons that I had been playing only two days ago seemed to have become harder. I don’t know if I’ve only lost HP because the Dreadlord class is a very physical class or because I was careless, so I won’t mention this anymore since this was PvE.
As for PvP, well I don’t want to even try it. They may be giving rewards to players who try PvP right now but that’s not enough motivation to receive loads of salt if I were to beat people in Arena matches. I’ll leave the PvP testing to those who actually can stand the salt and enjoy fighting the PvP players.
As for the whole reason behind the “balancing” of characters, I feel like KoG or whoever is in charge of the servers had received so many complaints from people who just want excuses as to why they kept losing, therefore they decided to nerf classes like Add’s Mastermind and Lu/Ciel’s Royal Guard/Noblesse.
Eh, I’ll survive this “nerfquake” as people like to call these…
Yukitoreum is scheduled to do a PvP match with my sister Zeky! I wonder if he’ll even show up to the fight!
Most of the time, Yuki likes to say things like, “I’m going to fight you,” or “I’m going to go fight [insert name]” but never actually goes to the fight. Now, he’s told Zeky that he will fight her Lu/Ciel this weekend.
The designated day was supposed to be today, but me and her had to go a celebrate a family member’s birthday. Despite that, she never actually got around to warning Yukito. The real question that will determine if this challenge will really happen is as simple as this. “Did Yukitoreum actually ‘forget’ he was supposed to get on Elsword and fight someone today?”
Probably not. He’ll make up some excuse when confronted.
If he does actually “remember” and is still willing to do the PvP match, we’re expecting the challenge to be held in a private sparring room. It will happen either really late tonight, really early tomorrow or tomorrow night.
I won’t expect Yukitoreum to actually come to the sparring room even if he remembers and if he was given the information to join the private sparring room. He always makes up a lame excuse to not PvP someone, especially in Elsword. If he does end up doing the challenge tomorrow or whenever, I will be sure to post the end results in a newer post. If I don’t post about it, he most likely didn’t show up to the fight.
I hope he actually shows up to the sparring room unlike the last couple of times he’s done something like this!
Small blog updates;
I have been fixing up the pictures that were headers for sections on my blog so that you could actually be able to see their content more easily. If you notice differences and are wondering about them, look for the “New Look!” blog post that was published a couple of days ago.