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Old 07-17-2016, 08:03 PM
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I honestly think that now is the time to act. With UN gone, this could be an opportunity to reignite interest in PC Graal among disenfranchised players. The last time Graal2001 re-released UN was still big, and that kind of mass shared base-level of ignorance had a negative impact on perception of Graal2001 which was a little too hardcore to the casual crowd at that point. We got tons of players to check Graal2001 during the first month but afterwards they just went back to UN. The interesting thing about the slow entropic death of PC Graal is that the only players who have stuck around are the hardcore crowd who would really enjoy what Graal2001 has to offer in a critically important way. It would give a lot of players who rarely log in anymore a reason to play Graal again.
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I honestly think that now is the time to act. With UN gone, this could be an opportunity to reignite interest in PC Graal among disenfranchised players. The last time Graal2001 re-released UN was still big, and that kind of mass shared base-level of ignorance had a negative impact on perception of Graal2001 which was a little too hardcore to the casual crowd at that point. We got tons of players to check Graal2001 during the first month but afterwards they just went back to UN. The interesting thing about the slow entropic death of PC Graal is that the only players who have stuck around are the hardcore crowd who would really enjoy what Graal2001 has to offer in a critically important way. It would give a lot of players who rarely log in anymore a reason to play Graal again.
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I honestly think that now is the time to act. With UN gone, this could be an opportunity to reignite interest in PC Graal among disenfranchised players. The last time Graal2001 re-released UN was still big, and that kind of mass shared base-level of ignorance had a negative impact on perception of Graal2001 which was a little too hardcore to the casual crowd at that point. We got tons of players to check Graal2001 during the first month but afterwards they just went back to UN. The interesting thing about the slow entropic death of PC Graal is that the only players who have stuck around are the hardcore crowd who would really enjoy what Graal2001 has to offer in a critically important way. It would give a lot of players who rarely log in anymore a reason to play Graal again.
The last time g2k1 was re-released there were a lot of big servers. The only folks left on PC are mostly Era players. Era has been a retarded cesspool of untalented idiots since its inception, so have fun I guess. They atleast appreciate economy and grinding out money so you got something in common!
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The last time g2k1 was re-released there were a lot of big servers. The only folks left on PC are mostly Era players. Era has been a retarded cesspool of untalented idiots since its inception, so have fun I guess. They atleast appreciate economy and grinding out money so you got something in common!
Well correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe when Era was first created that many of the developers were Graal2001 players, including Ghost Pirate and others who were involved. If there is any server left with a vestigal relation to Graal2001 besides Classic and Kingdoms, it's Era. It also is the only server that ever had a semblance of a Graal2001-style economy (though I noticed last time I logged on that everything has hyper-inflated since I played years ago). My suggestion is not that we steal players from Era, but that a lot of longtime players who have not logged on in a while may return if there were a decent server to play on.
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