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Posted: May 28th 2008 4:19PM Slob Zombie said

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I have very little experience with the CoX games, but I've read about their sidekick system and I think it's a great idea. A group of 5 or 6 friends start playing an MMO and they'll almost certainly set themselves in different grooves and start playing the game at different speeds, even though the original point was to play a game together. So that kind of system (and apparently the apprentice thing in AoC which I didn't know about) are big steps in the direction towards letting friends stick together.

Posted: May 28th 2008 4:37PM (Unverified) said

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The worst part about sidekicking in City of Heroes/Villains is when you leave the game to go to another MMO, and suddenly you can't play with your friend who's 20 levels higher.

What do you mean "can't"?!

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