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Margarethe wrote: »
Spacecats wrote: »
I'd like to quickly remind a few people in this thread that posting from alternate accounts in the TEA forums is not allowed. Self-replying, slamming others anonymously, and multi-posting from different accounts in order to influence the discussion is against the forum rules & guidelines and will result in moderation. Please keep the discussion friendly, guys.

I prefer Coffee over TEA.
Apologies, couldn't help myself.
*Chuckle*

Dang it Margarethe :p
I'd like to quickly remind a few people in this thread that posting from alternate accounts in the TEA forums is not allowed. Self-replying, slamming others anonymously, and multi-posting from different accounts in order to influence the discussion is against the forum rules & guidelines and will result in moderation. Please keep the discussion friendly, guys.
Noctiv wrote: »
Compare the planning that would have to go into the EU Manahan server to the planning that goes into our NA events. I really hope all your time isn't wrapped up into our events because that would be pretty sad.

It's not clear how much time and planning goes into an event like this but admittedly I'm often surprised at the amount of consideration required for TERA events, whether they end up being universally liked or not. The closest thing we can compare it to at EME is the Wonderholme server we ran earlier this year. In any case I would never belittle Gameforge's work efforts - I hope the event turns out well!
@Arwen

Please... JUST GO TO EU THEN.

Holy jesus. You guys whined when mongos gave free mats to get easy +15. EU gives Frostmetal and you cry to EME "why don't we get this!"

You guys whined about argon giving easy mats and dragons. EU gives a dragon and you cry "why don't we get this!"

Just.

Go.

To.

EU.

Ah... I think to be fair to those looking at EU servers, there are times when we do events that they don't... and vice versa. I can't blame anyone for taking the best and more exciting elements from another region and comparing it to the full scope of the region they're currently playing. In other words, try to be open even if you disagree. I don't think there are too many people are out there who play so much TERA in multiple regions that they can speak for both playerbases simultaneously.

For our part, when we see something cool in another region the first thing we ask ourselves is if it's possible to do in our region as well - if it works with our timelines - what we can prioritize. I think the Manahan server could be really cool (let's pay attention and see how it goes). Admittedly sometimes we get so wrapped up in planning our own NA events, we get excited about our own future projects, and it can get difficult keeping track of the full scope of world-wide TERA (I don't know how the Bluehole crew handles it as well as they do sometimes). The regions will always be different in various ways because as publishers we try to cater to a local crowd of gamers who have varying expectations.
Ardire wrote: »
whole thread about EU's events

eme swoops in: hey guys COSTUMES1!!!111 HAAh COSTUUUUMES!!!!

choke

Honestly there are a lot of different topics going in this thread. Sorry if that wasn't one of the answers you were looking for I'm just personally excited about those costumes. :p
Arwen wrote: »
And then i see an elin wearing this, and I literally die to have one! <3 :'(
The golden one is so costly, 250k on broker, while the dyeable one i still yet to see one.








They are looking super cute omg! Why they got exclusive fashion? Or am I missing something here?

Those are the Pop Star items we're getting this Thursday (that I'm really excited about <3). I'll be raffling some off during the Friday stream...

... plus I'll revealing another surprising item I don't think most have seen yet.
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