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Honestly, Achaea's population has seasonal highs and lows, but I'm pretty positive the majority of us will still be playing from wheelchairs in nursing homes like 50 years from now. By that time, I'm guessing some sort of 5-sensory stimulation technology will have been invented, which means we'll be able to smell the fresh manure in the Great Plains, the hippie-stench from @Rangor, and our taste buds will be tingled by all the ludicrous player-described in-game food. It's gonna be pretty great.
Who was it that replaced all of Shallam's totems with their own? :pleased:
It isn't really about hand-holding and more about the absence of any real focus on a grand narrative in favor of these smaller seasonal/interim events. I get why they do it, and they're definitely doing it very well (y700 looks pretty cool for instance), but I personally am just a bit disappointed that there's been less focus on the overarching story over the years.Don't get me wrong. Loved the shit out of the Gauntlet and the Fayre and all the other stuff they've done thus far. Just want me some of that sick world-building from the Divine end, too.
I started this summer, and promptly had no time to play until now. Don't forget, at least some players have school through the year. Winter break is on here now, though I don't know how global that is!