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MMO ReRoll - Neverwinter

Over the years, there have been many reasons I’ve left an MMORPG behind. Time constraints, I got bored, everyone else I was playing with quit, the game itself was just horrible, and many other reasons were the death knell that found me looking for a new game. Of all the MMOs I’ve played (all online games, for that matter), I’ve never quit because I was pissed off at the community. Never that is, until Neverwinter.


You see, I never really concern myself with what other players are doing. Yes, any time I start a new MMO, I always try to find a decent guild, so in that respect, toxic attitudes do affect me, but only in the need to find another group. Griefers in PvP? I don’t care. Sexist, homophobic, and racist chat? Just turn it off. Elitist non-stop bragging about how awesome they are? Muted. Cheaters? I’m never playing competitively, so cheaters never bother me. Never that is, until Neverwinter.


Long story short, Neverwinter was the perfect fit for me. As a D&D geek, I was all over it. I also had a group of friends who wanted to play, so the social aspect was covered from day one. I liked the combat. I loved the setting. I was so into Neverwinter that I did something I never really did before - crafting. I spent almost as much effort crafting as I did leveling up my characters. And then the cheaters hit. Out of nowhere, item duplication was rampant. The dupers made all my time and effort null and void. And I was mad!


Eight years later, I can’t even tell you why I was so mad. I suppose it was more the principle than any real hardship it caused me in-game. I could have easily focused my energy back into the gear grind, but I didn’t.


I never even went back into Neverwinter after quitting. But as a new month rolled around and it was time to pick a new MMO to Reroll, for whatever reason Neverwinter popped into my mind. Eight years is a long time to hold a grudge, so even though I said I would never return, here I am, giving Neverwinter another chance. Never say never.


Character Creation

Character creation starts off just fine, with what I consider to be a representation of the core playable races in D&D. Humans, Dwarves, and multiple Elven races (including Drow) are all available without spending a dime. Tieflings also make the free-to-play list, as do Half races - Halflings, Half-Elves and Half-Orcs. For a free-to-play game, that’s as strong a list of base D&D races as I could hope for.


You see, I never really concern myself with what other players are doing. Yes, any time I start a new MMO, I always try to find a decent guild, so in that respect, toxic attitudes do affect me, but only in the need to find another group. Griefers in PvP? I don’t care. Sexist, homophobic, and racist chat? Just turn it off. Elitist non-stop bragging about how awesome they are? Muted. Cheaters? I’m never playing competitively, so cheaters never bother me. Never that is, until Neverwinter.


Jun-04-2021

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