The problem: You can not share quests with party members.
I love how they managed questing in a party. Generally speaking, 98% of all quest objectives that
are able to be collected or activated, are instantly shared with BNS Gold. A big problem with
WoW for example, for a long ass time, was that you had to do tedious quests like collecting X Wolf
Pelts from Wolves that not only had terrible spawn rates but also horrendous drops…and you did
that twice…or thrice, you name it.
Blade & Soul found a perfect solution for that and imo it’s the best one that I’ve ever come
So, seeing the points above and AGAIN…NCSoft went the extra mile with the questerinos but on the
other hand did not implement the option to share quests with your beloved party members…WHY?
Translation / Skills
Skills are worded poorly (Reduces damge of first attack by 25%)*
I think the general skilltree is amazing and love how skill work and look. The 4 squares with
Range, Area, Cast, Cooldown are AMAZING and give you a fast overview what your skill currently
does or will do when you spec points into Ability X.
Just yesterday, a friend of mine asked me about the wording of a skill on his LBM (i refuse to use
Blade Dancer since it’s so accepted by the community already to use LBM). He read the skill
description again and the first impression is that you are getting punished for putting another
point into that ability, and maybe you need Cheap BNS Gold. because you apparently do
25% reduced damage on your next attack?
Path of Exile / Grinding Gear Games has a very strict and clear policy in regards of how functions
or general descriptions are worded. VERY. VERY. specific.
My one question I have for the Dev’s here in the “West” : How much are you in charge of any of
those changes? oh and…
Post your input and comments down below. Think about what you’re about to post, think again and
then press “submit” 🙂
edit2: changed keybind section
edit3: crossed out the keybind section entirely
edit4: Due to popular request, i removed all “Don’t get me wrong” comments. Apparently that is
more important than the entire rest of the post 😛