Re: Well? Aion or Conan?
AoC is improving all the time, incrementally. I was almost ready to quit in terms of 1)End game content 2) Leveling alts 3) Balance
However they have addressed 1) by introducing new tiers of end game RAIDs, expansion pack with new areas, alternate advancement, new combat mechanics (critigation) all being tied to factions and alignments. The destiny quest is extended into the expansion and storyline attuned to how you far you get with your chosen factions etc (Although, the faction part is a bit of a grind) . Alternative advancement allows you to get new combos or buffs for PVE or PVP or can be used for both!
2) New zones have been introduced as specific levels such as Gateway to Kithai (20-40), Yimr's pass (50-60) and Tarantia Commons (75-80), Grasslands, Chosain, Pai Kang, Khara Korum + (lvl 80s)
3) On going and classes are getting balanced now that FC have had 2 years of feedback
So all in all, its good for AoC and thats why people who are getting back in are enjoying it more this time round.
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