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  1. Or if they do bring in something new, it would be nice if they'd work on it until it *works.* Like mounted combat. Epic Battles. If they want me to build a town, then I'd better own that town, & it had better be invaded frequently! Or at least be useful in some regard. Turbine, more than any game I've played, seems to fling new stuff at you, fail to recognize its stunningly obvious flaws, then march on heedless to the next 'great new thing!' My horse, full on agility, still moves like a ship in full sail in a tiny harbor. Epic Battles still have the same glitches they did in beta. (and they're still terrible. I've dutifully done them on 4 characters until I have all my promotion points & am bedecked in gold jewels, & I still find them unfun & completely un-epic) The store is completely intrusive. That you really have to use it to level up legacies & such - that drove several of my kinmates away long ago. I don't mind buying cosmetic things, but stuff like mithril coin travel... BAD feeling there! I don't know how many times I've gone on a fetch quest, completed it, then had to resist or succumb to the desire to insta-port back. And usually it's a long, tedious, often confusing ride back otherwise. Just - cheap, Turbine. Even the Bingo quests - that 'run back & forth to pick up his stuff' quest series felt like a jerk move to me. It's not cute - it's just - they *really* don't like their players much, do they? (and why I've done them in the first place is - well, I'm really sick of big battles...)
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  2. Makes sense really, how longs it been out? By now anyone who was gonna buy would have done so. This gives another bite of the apple to fresh worms via the store & xpacs who come in for f2p. And unlike a sub game there isn't really a downside for em going f2p.
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