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    Community Member Khronnos40's Avatar
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    If you could be paid to play Dungeons & Dragons Online every day, what would you want your job to be?

    I'd want to be the person responsible for telling you guys when your links are broken, like the one from Issue 53 to this forum thread. Either that or general software tester.

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    I'd start as a ladder repairman. Go to find every ladder in the game and test it, and fix if broken.
    Also I'd test every lever with every hireling.

    If I ever ran out of work, I could moderate public chat and censor immodest armor skins.

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    If you could be paid to play Dungeons & Dragons Online every day, what would you want your job to be?

    A gamemaster, of course!

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    If you could be paid to play Dungeons & Dragons Online every day, what would you want your job to be?

    A scout. the spotter of problems and trends of all sorts, relaying that information to headquarters where it can be turned into marching orders.

    people won't run a quest because it gives too little xp? a spell is useless? a crate won't break?
    stone of change won't convert a stack of 10,000 shards at once but forces you to repeatedly and endlessly click it instead?

    that's what I'm here for
    making sure the game remains as fun, smooth and pleasing as possible.

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    If you could be paid to play Dungeons & Dragons Online every day, what would you want your job to be?
    Succubus trainer

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    A person who teaches new players how to use "/death count" command :-D
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    Healingonly (melee FvS, TR), Groggor (DPS barb), Nimrud (caster, TR), Yayamee (DPS/stun monk, TR), Tadko (evasion tank, TR), Piersi (TWF DPS), Feneya (monkcher), Zornix (druid now, arti someday) and many others (across all servers)

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    I would want to be a master beta tester or a GM of course!!!
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    "If you could be paid to play Dungeons & Dragons Online every day, what would you want your job to be?"

    Food critic. I would tour the different taverns and rate them according to the quality of their service.

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    Default If you could be paid to play Dungeons & Dragons Online every day, what would you wan

    I would like to be a creative monster AI sauce tester.

    Of course, there needs to be a Dungeon Master wand to tweak monster's AI sauce on the fly...

    With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility

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    I would have a low level character in korthos helping them with quest and showing them the ropes and giving them some gear before they hit harbor.

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    Default My dream DDO job?

    I would open a ninja dojo to train players how to control a fight via game mechanics/skill sets. My personaly play style as an applied strat for any class, monk is not a prereq lol.
    "life is a tragedy for those who feel and a comedy for those who think" -fortune cookie XD

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cordovan View Post


    Don't forget to leave your reply to the Chronicle Comment below! A winner will be selected after Noon Eastern on Friday, July 26th. Good luck!
    woot!

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    Show new players the 'scenic route' of DDO. Let them know that everything doesn't have to be a race and that it is okay to meander through quests enjoying the lore and ambiance...the loot and power come quickly enough anyway.
    ....For Within the Circle of His Sword, There Is Each Man a King....

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    Default DDO Job: The Sage of Shinies

    "If you could be paid to play Dungeons & Dragons Online every day, what would you want your job to be?"

    DDO Job: The Sage of Shinies


    There are so many variations of magic items that it is overwhelming. Which is a good thing. When I started, I had to try and use just about every magic item there was to determine if they were useful for me. Luckily, that was back in 2007 so there were fewer. Believe me, I tried to do some stupid stuff.

    I read the forums and learned about Clickies? What is that? Just exactly what clickies do I think help a player and what clickies don't. Eventually, inventory management becomes an issue for just about all players.

    Explain that a magic item with a spell that is cast at 1st level, probably is not going to work well against a level 7 monster.

    Bracers of Repairing/Sustenance, what is that?

    What weapon at low level is the best all around weapon? I have an opinion, but I don't want to derail the thread on player opinions.

    Devotion items and how a healing cleric/druid/favored soul should have one.

    Is your caster a specialist in fire? Then you need a combustion item. Specialist in Acid? then you need a corrosive item. Etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by moomooprincess View Post
    "If you could be paid to play Dungeons & Dragons Online every day, what would you want your job to be?"

    DDO Job: The Sage of Shinies


    There are so many variations of magic items that it is overwhelming. Which is a good thing. When I started, I had to try and use just about every magic item there was to determine if they were useful for me. Luckily, that was back in 2007 so there were fewer. Believe me, I tried to do some stupid stuff.

    I read the forums and learned about Clickies? What is that? Just exactly what clickies do I think help a player and what clickies don't. Eventually, inventory management becomes an issue for just about all players.

    Explain that a magic item with a spell that is cast at 1st level, probably is not going to work well against a level 7 monster.

    Bracers of Repairing/Sustenance, what is that?

    What weapon at low level is the best all around weapon? I have an opinion, but I don't want to derail the thread on player opinions.

    Devotion items and how a healing cleric/druid/favored soul should have one.

    Is your caster a specialist in fire? Then you need a combustion item. Specialist in Acid? then you need a corrosive item. Etc.
    Congratulations! You are our Chronicle Comment winner. PM incoming with a code!
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