My plans for the remainder of the year are to continue with Champions, Lord of the Rings Online, and Eve as my primary games. Which ones I play will depend on what I’m looking for out of a given session.
Eve is my pickup and drop game. I can take 30 minutes and do a mission, or I can do a little mining as a background task while I catchup on podcasts.
LoTRO is the one game I’ve ever made to max level. Despite that, I’ve not finished either Volume 1 or 2 of the epic quests, which is my current goal for hunter Brynulf of Dale.
Champions is my new experiences game. Of the three games I imagine I’ll be playing this one the most, for how long I’m not sure, but at least through the end of the year before I take a break. Taking a break is fine too, since it and LoTRO are lifetime subscriptions so I don’t feel that pressure to get my month’s worth.
It will have been a good MMO year if I can finish it with: a Drake in Eve, having completed Volume 1 in LoTRO, and a max level hero in Champions.
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Nice, three different types of MMO’s means less chance of getting burnout.
I noticed last year that while playing both LoTRO and Eve. Switching from fantasy to sci-fi and from PvE to Sandbox was pretty fun. Have to see how well Champions fits into that cycle.
LoTRO and DDO are taking up most of my time lately. They are both fantasy, but with wildly differing playstyles. Plan to swap out CO for DDO if and when I get bored with DDO.
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