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Old January 13th, 2010, 11:23 PM   #1
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Thumbs up Rites: this is the right direction, imho.


once back i've done, few days ago, the 2 new rites added by the devs with the last patch.

This was a good work.

A mix of soloable and group content, some step very fun to do with a good use of a mount, one step that gives you a chance to visit some underused places (not that i needed that really as i trekked everywhere over time).

Need some time, but not too much. And sure the rites are special tasks that cannot be done in few minutes. Despite I was going crazy at beginning because i misunderstood the timers in the Kinchers rite, i promptly seen that they were fair enough, if you just take your time to map the spots in the meanwhile.

Also, the last steps in the lair can be pretty fun.

Only one critic (i have to do at least one ): aranas are desert and forest only animals and really should not be found in the underground expecially into a kitin lair.

It's true that Almati Wood is forest but the Lair is in the underground.

Just more respect for the lore would be nice

Anyway, that was a pretty nice job and I hope you will do more in the future (well i still wish more sand in the box as u know, but this content is good).
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