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Posted: Nov 2nd 2011 10:36PM Saucelah said

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Ah Ajaya Bliss. I mostly spend my time in Glitch mining these days, but that particular area is just too much for me. There's occasionally many more than 30 people there, and I prefer a more intimate community.

Though that is the only zone with as many as 15 sparkly, there are a few with around 5 or so that have also developed communities. I'd tell you which one I frequent but this is too public a venue. But if you're interested, keep looking!

Posted: Nov 3rd 2011 4:08AM Balraw said

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/shock ...... Rubi said a naughty word. That's going in my favourite massively moments: "it's free, you bastards!"

While I do to a certain extent share some negative feelings towards the f2p genre I will at least try a game beforehand before deciding what I think and if its worth persevering with.

Also on the positive side of things there are some signs that mmo companies are looking to alternatives to a gated model of f2p that allows you to win if you are rich in real life. Fallen Earth is a good example of this and from the sounds of it (though I haven't tried it yet) Glitch seems to be another and I sincerely hope that more companies will move towards this style of f2p. In my opinion it would certainly help move f2p away from all the negative issues that are currently associated with that term by many mmo players.

Posted: Nov 3rd 2011 2:57PM Threecubed said

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Yay Glitch!

Sparkly is overrated, go mine metal, then transmogrify it into copper.

Currants!

Posted: Nov 5th 2011 3:58PM ReijMan said

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Wasn't this the podcast where we could leave or response to 4 years of Massively.com?
Anyway, I like the fact that Massively always had the community aspect. Although I'm not active in the forums, I just feel like I'm connected to Massively, reading the articles and listening to the podcast knowing features like In-game Guilds, choose my adventure, Massively-Forums.
When I link to articles, and receive links to massively articles via online-games, it just feels like we're all "Connected" :-)

Keep up the good work!

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