As a returning player, I have some very basic questions regarding updates within the past couple years. In the past, I've refrained from asking questions on the forum. But today I'll give it a shot!
I haven't yet explored this continent! (Sad, I know). Besides a crude drawing, I can't...
I see, of course! Thanks for your replies. Maybe it's time I find a guild. I tended to stick to NPC towns in the past. Never liked the idea of being fettered to any other players' property.
It seems that blunt is the fad of the moment. As an armor crafter, I assume I should focus on heavy...
Great! Thanks for the response. I played a little this afternoon. The first thing that struck me was how empty the Bakti marketplace was compared to a couple years ago. Zero armor/weapon crafting mats for sell on the marketplace. No bows. Only a few weapons and armor. Did I catch it at a bad...
tldr; What is the current state of Horses/Breeding mechanics. The armor system. PvP in general. And player numbers. Bonus points if you can compare to the state of affairs around 2015-2016.
MO was my first MMORPG. Something about it keeps calling me...
It's been a year since involved in MO. But at that time, Draco was a fantastic lore but was suitable only for experienced crafters serious about set optimization. Wrote up a little analysis of it (in my sig). Just as Jatix said, I wore a draco chestplate for its relatively low weight...
Soft armors cannot be made out of scales. It is safe to assume that Dal Roba, being a soft armor, cannot be made out of scales.
I haven't found any use for a soft armor set (EDIT: such as khurite scout) in a set above 4kg in weight. Even then, I usually prefer to ditch these soft pieces in...
I have not tested them in the Dal Roba set, of course, but the leathers, groundfur, and wool are generally both heavier and less defensive than guardfur or ironwool.
But someone should correct me if they've found an interesting combination that works
I've never studied interpolation before. I've only given it a brief look so far.
From the tool, it looks like interpolation can produce an equation which finds the y value given the data points?
So in our case, x = mount level and y = attribute at that level