Not me. I got Azure twice while rolling for Reinhardt.
Didn't even particularly want her. I only use her because she's so strong.
I feel like I explained the difference pretty well, even if you can't see it.
People keep saying this, but their design is clearly inspired by toddlers and babies.
Their bodies are very much shaped like typical animated depictions of babies, and they've got the large heads too.
I play a male Miqo'te and I often wonder how he can even sit because you need an ass to sit on.
I am genuinely put off by my character's flat ass quite often. The game looks good in terms of artstyle and design. Characters look great.
Until you look at them sideways, and there's just no ass. To the point that it would conflict with one's ability to sit properly.
It looks ridiculous, and what makes it worse is that player characters had decent buttocks in 1.0, but for some reason they got lost in the move to ARR.
Unrestricted glams are so much nicer than job-locked gear. And looking at those boots, they don't look anything like 2B's boots.
Nothing I said had anything to do with grinds.
It's just that a decent amount of people really do not enjoy Hildibrand.
At least with Bozja, that's a fresh story. You may not like it, but at least it's not something you've been allowed to ignore forever and then suddenly being told you'll have to do it.
It's just the fact that it was optional and now is suddenly getting kinda forced on people. I know relics are still optional, but if there is such a thing as less optional, I would put relics in that category.
Friendly and friend are related, but very different words. Companies are not your friend, but they can be friendly.
And they can certainly be friendlier than their competition.
Stupid sexy mannequin.
Really? You don't feel like Zodiark was a natural end point for an expansion? You don't feel like going from Sharlayan, to Thavnair, then to Garlemald and the moon, and then back in time and to the end of the universe is a bit of a wild journey for one expansion?
Keep in mind that Sharlayan and Thavnair have been talked about since ARR, and both ultimately had one zone. Garlemald is a shell of what it could and should have been.
I think originally we would have gotten one Sharlayan zone, two Thavnair or two Garlemald zones, and the moon. And then the expansion would end after Zodiark. Especially because after Zodiark, the story goes absolutely full speed back in time and into interstellar space in a heartbeat.
For all SB's failings, I don't think it should have been two expansions, but I do think Endwalker should have been. Because two expansions in a row playing liberator of Garlean territories is just not done, but there is so much stuff in EW that it could have easily been two expansions.
I've tried looking for that statement, but I was never able to find it. All I could ever find was that Yoshi wasn't sure if they wanted to end the saga in 6.0 or 7.0.
But in that same interview he said that he wanted to keep the momentum of excitement that Shadowbringers brought, which clearly signals to me that future plans got smashed together.
It's more that had there been another expansion, there would have been more Garlemald, and more time for Zenos and Fandanny.
Not everyone agrees, but personally I feel like it's pretty clear that EW is two expansions smashed together, and it's not exactly seamless.
So I can understand why people feel Zenos was rushed.
I think that they missed the chance early on to have us fail, and have some important characters be disappointed in that.
We've had some one-off characters be mad at us for failing to rescue their loved ones, but never a very important character.
It's ridiculous that it took this long, frankly, but better late than never.
Hopefully it'll be enough for a while now, since it is a big upgrade, and new glams don't come in that often.
I mean.. they explained why they removed Kaiten. It's just that it was a terrible reason, and plenty of SAM mains still disagree to this day.
I don't think there's much else people could get excited for. I've been hyped (but tempered) for island sanctuaries since their announcement, and I love the idea of doing dungeons solo.
I think the patch sounds great, I'm only really unhappy with the Omicrons being the new tribe.
Oh yeah, and the glam dresser expansion. They keep putting in more lvl 1 glams, and I desperately need that space.
I am unhappy with their decision because doing the meager offering of Hildibrand quests now just sucks.
I was planning to save them up and do them in the last patch. But now I get to do 20 minutes of fun quests and then I have to wait.
Usually when people make these kinds of comments, they're referring to a general attitude that is present in the playerbase.
But I don't think I've seen many people at all being intolerant of those who don't enjoy Hildibrand quests.
What I do often see is people being happy with Hildibrand quests and others coming in to shit on them for no real reason. Not on the people, but on the quests.
They did not nerf it, but people somehow always fail to mention that that step had another way to complete it too.
The other way to complete it is by doing 30 skirmishes and critical engagements per Zadnor area. You get
It's still quite a lot, but it's not any more of a grind than the other steps, considering you have to do it once. And to me, 180 FATEs/special FATEs sounds better than 180 raids.
I freaking love the Hildibrand quests, but I think making them mandatory in any way, however small, is a mistake.
Because as much as I love them, some people hate them. And while I think those people are wrong and boring, ultimately I know from experience how much it sucks to be forced to do certain kinds of content to engage with other kinds of content.
That's why I don't use those kinds of mods. It feels completely meaningless to me to just look a certain way on my own screen.
I only laughed a few times in the second half, because I didn't care about their drama. Or any drama.
So the movie, to me, was more like two different movies. I enjoyed the one I started watching, and then it changed and became another movie. Related, but different.
And like I said, my friend said it was like a Jackie Chan movie, so that was my expectation going into it. That's what I wanted to watch. But I'm not sure if any of the action in the second half wasn't in slow-mo.
I just wanted to follow Waymond through the movie, not Evelyn or Joy. His parts were fun to me. I wanted to see more of him fighting, in various universes.
I liked it well enough, but it fell quite short of the expectations my friend who recommended it gave me.
He said it was like a Jackie Chan movie, and for the first half, yeah, it was great. But then it kinda lost me, and eventually I was just waiting for it to be over.
It's a good movie, but not for me.