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  • ValtyrNine
    Original poster 87 posts

    Since there's no way to actually know what a piece of gear will look like before you upgrade it, some of the gear turns into something significantly altered from the original appearance. For example, the Galloglach armor starts out looking really nice and practical with the second appearance also reflecting the original appearance, with silver trim and darker colors, nice for sneaking around. Then the third appearance of the Galloglach armor is an absolute mess, it turns blue and gold with super gaudy accents and a massive "shoulder adornment" (it's definitely not a shoulder pad because it's sitting on top of the cloak...) that looks like fantasy MMO equipment. If I had known what it looked like beforehand, I would have just kept it at tier 2 instead of ever upgrading it because the upgrade isn't worth how terrible and different it looks. And now, since there's no way to get a second set of the same armor, I'm stuck looking like the "max level gear preview" from MMO character creation screens.

    Some of the armor designs are extremely tacky and ugly even though their lower tiers look great. We should be able to use those lower tier armor appearances on our gear if we want to, and the game already demonstrates that it can be done by allowing you to use any appearance for your Jomsvikings. Just put it in the game, it needs it.

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  • Sharashaskah
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    I regret upgrading the Mentor set. It looked so good in the first tier and then they just went 420 blaze it with the gold trimming to the point it's just ridiculous and out of place. Many of the sets have this issue in higher tiers where they believe Gold = Great.

  • ValtyrNine
    Original poster 87 posts

    @sharashaskah I've noticed the pattern is "normal" looking gear that's fine as it is, then it gets "upgraded" to silver trim or accents, then way too much gold for the final tier. Frustrating. A viking would be caught exclusively dead in that equipment because someone would have murdered him and stolen it.

    Not even beginning to mention how stupid and ridiculous some of the cash shop gear is, but that's the point with that, I guess. I was hoping for something MODERATELY realistic but not even the vanilla gear seems to be able to deliver that.

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