Hemp, not to naysay your cons, but...
When the games moves forward all the low lvl areas will be overrun with invasions and such and not enough low lvl players to mop them up
According to Trion, the spawn mechanics for rifts will vary the amount based on the population of a zone. This should keep areas from being overrun. Also, if a zone event is lost (as happened to the Defiants on my server in Stonefield... twice), the enemies get progressively weaker over time, making the retaking of an outpost rather easy.
There are really only 4 classes to pick from (i know there is a ton of variation in those classes but 2 more would have been nice)
What other archetypes would you add? I'm curious, because at first I thought the same... and then could think of nothing else.
Pets don't re spawn with you when u die in a warfront. i know this is stupid and trivial but i hate resing my pet every time you die in a warfront. sometimes you never die sometimes you die 15 times and i hate waiting for that res bar after the res timer its self
Not sure if it's similar for other pet classes, but my Necromancer has a 1 minute cooldown instant-cast pet res. I've heard that other pet classes have the same. This would only be an issue if you don't put a lot of points in your pet class, I suppose. But honestly my pet dies off way too quick anyway to be useful in warfronts. I mostly send him in and then just sit in the back DoTing and healing.
Pets don't come back when u call them back if you attack another target. If the pets 'master' gives it an order it should override the agr,def,pas stance of the pet till he for-fills the order
Are you sure? The only thing I can think of is You pushed Ctrl 2 (the return to owner command) and then attacked another target (which automatically issues a Ctrl 1, attack command). You just need to push Ctrl 2 again, because when you attack something else for the first time it also sends out a pet attack command. As "Return" isn't on a global cooldown it's not too tough to do. That would be a lot of the same command if you tab/target a lot, I suppose. Perhaps there's a way to turn off auto-pet-attack? If not, feedback forums!
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