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Abilities Edit

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NPCs Edit

Auctioneer Edit

Man, is there really only one? It seems like such a well-hidden system, and a great way to interact with other players... could we have a few more? Or at least in more accessible spots? I really like using this guy, but I really don't care for the walk, and that I've only found one. icbat 12:10, 19 March 2008 (UTC)

Register NPC Edit

I'm sure you can find a better name for this particular NPC. This NPC can be a simple registry guide that allows players to change their names. It would come at a cost, of course. There could be more to this NPC but the primary idea of his/her occupation is to register new names for players within the game.

Wickedspades 00:46, 17 January 2008 (UTC)

Grand Illusionist Edit

The Grand Illusionist is a great concept for the game, especially since you're stuck with one character. I've noticed that a lot of the NPCs within the game are varied in height and that made me think: what if players could set proportions of their characters as well? This could add more variety to the population as far as appearances are concerned and it could be great fun for presentation.

Who wouldn't want to see a fat guy run into combat and dominate? Or a petite woman destroy her fellow opponents?

Wickedspades 00:46, 17 January 2008 (UTC)

Guide NPCs Edit

The addition of NPCs that are readily available for new players that have a list of popular NPCs. Trainers, Mentors, Artificers, Item Brokers, Repairs, etc. Zet 05:19, 25 December 2007 (UTC)

There should also be an NPC that allows you to revisit parts of the Tutorial if you've forgotten something or just want to go over it again. This would be handy for people who are new to the game and just haven't quite got it yet. Nakid 07:41, 15 January 2008 (UTC)

MATE ITS DUSHAN I LOVE YOUR IDEAR AND I THINK AN ADDED BIT WOULD BE IF U ARE A FAT PERSON/AVITAR U AND YOU ARE CHARGE WITH SIEZE BUY A SLIM BUILT IT MAKES U DEFLECT IT BACK ON THEM IF YOU GET WHAT I MEAN IT LEAVES LOTS OF OPENINGS FOR EQUAL PLAYING A LARGER BUILD IS SLOWER THAN THIN BUILD AND CAN DO GOOD DAMAGE WITH SIEZE AND ANY CHARGE ATACKS.

Reduce the number of NPCs Edit

Reduce the number of NPCs. Do something else more interesting with the school areas.

Adding to the above, there does tend to be a redundancy of NPCs scattered about. Perhaps grouping them into categories in more closer proximity? (artificers, trainers). Although doing this may affect the layout of the map. Zet 05:20, 25 December 2007 (UTC)
NPC count was significantly reduced in the Age of the Chosen patch, along with changes to the School maps. Maybe be a bit more precise sothe devs know specifically which map areas to look at. 124.171.15.98 10:52, 29 December 2007 (UTC)
It seems to me like the main idea of the item broker could be pretty easily consolidated. If we could sell items to most NPC's, this would alleviate the struggle to run around and find the broker just to "vendor" off a few bad items we've recently gotten. Sure, the buying/pawn-shop concept is very neat, and I wouldn't mind if that stayed, but I'd really like to be able to sell things when I want, not to run around and try to find one.
Also, why not combine the durability/condition repair NPC's, or even combine them into an already existing NPC? Seems like there's a lot of these guys, in really hard to reach spots, when it's a pretty standard idea to use them frequently. But is there really a point to having 2 extra NPC's just to repair your gear? icbat 11:36, 19 March 2008 (UTC)

Equipment Edit

Artificiers Edit

I think that the artificiers need to be made way more expensive or the stores be cheaper. After all, there is nobody who would by a tier-4 helm from an armor NPC when they could get an Artifact-Level helm for half the price from an artificier.

Seconded, but with a twist. I feel like in this game, as well as most others, the gear available from static, NPC merchants is usually pretty bad. There comes a time when most players stop seeing the point in even trying to look at it. It's usually overpriced/doesn't scale with the player economy/isn't worth the time and effort. icbat 11:55, 19 March 2008 (UTC)

Amendments Edit

The armor within the game isn't versatile; everyone looks the same over time. The Ten-Tier System is terrific but the armor and weapons designs are all the same. Each tier has weapons/armor that are good and bad depending on player preference. Because of the diversity in these items, appearances should all be different as well. This makes more variety to the game as well as interesting combinations for a whole new appeal in the game. People will want to collect various pieces to create their own set combination or a premade set designed for that armor. This should also introduce a "preview" function where you can click on an item and preview it on your character.

Wickedspades 00:50, 17 January 2008 (UTC)

Ideas Edit

1) Cloaks with designs that players can choose.

2) Tabards or some kind of clan crest.

3) Maybe even bows and quivers? --Asheroz 09:58, 10 January 2008 (UTC)

I agree with the first 2, though the bows and quivers may not be useful enough to implement, for example; would it give/take you any charges? Would it do as much damage as a normal ranged attack? I think it would be a waste by implementing it. Nakid 10:02, 27 January 2008 (UTC)
You could make the arrows a super-longrange alternative to spells, and the LOS could be curved so it's possible to shoot over walls.

+X vs +X.X% Edit

Remove or change all the items to use either the +X number or the +X.X percentages. One not both.

Another change that goes along with this is the idea of items with multiple buffs to the same stat. For instance, I've seen Long Weapons carrying +0.5% and +1% to nature damage, listed separately. A small change, but a nice aesthetic change that makes the game seem more polished and professional. icbat 11:52, 19 March 2008 (UTC)

Powerful, Rare Armor/Abilities Edit

Yes one could debate that there is already powerful rare armor but I'm talking about something that a person can strive for, like armor that is better than the stuff below it but since we want to still allow for the even based battles, the people with this armor would always play against the higher ranked/better geared players or something to that effect...

Adding to this, I see where your coming from, but you don't want to incorporate something that someone could spend 15hrs a day grinding for, while someone working could come home, play for 3hrs and in that time get smashed.
However, I don't want to totally dismiss the idea. I do believe the Essence donated rewards in the Schools need to be largely changed. For so much essence, the gear up for offer is not quite what you would expect for 20g each. Zet 05:23, 25 December 2007 (UTC)

Different person speaking than above, but one thing I would like to point out is prepatch jewelry/armor. As long as an item can be gambled at at an artificer it's fair and on the same playing field. Unfortunately there are items in the game that nobody new to the game can achieve. Some people are selling their prepatch gear that is second rate to them. They keep all the best items for themselves and sell the junk they don't use and make huge profit. Jewelry that takes 5 EP and adds 3% + of any type of damage is completely overpowered and unfair. People can achieve 50% physical/spiritual damage with this prepatch gear, and new players can't get even close to this point. Not to mention outgoing healing bonuses and other peaks that new players will NEVER be able to get to.

Some people might argue that prepatch gear is expensive to fix, well it is. But isn't the point of the game to be the best and have fun? If you already have the best gear in the game that is unatainable in the current state of the game (short of hacking someone) then money doesn't matter. You're already godly and don't need gold because you have the best equipment in the game.

Prepatch gear also makes some skills utterly useless. Any skill that adds + offensive or defensive attack rating is pointless to put on someone with prepatch gear that can add 15% offensive attack rating + 90 points offensive and defensive for only 5 EP.

People that have prepatch gear will be angry that it's removed from the game, so why not have it to where any prepatch gear that is removed on an account you get x amount of gold for? Or instead of removing prepatch, make it to where someone can gamble for prepatch or postpatch gear, have it set to a drop down box you can choose. Then once every is on the same playing field you can lower the cost to fix prepatch gear.

There are a few different paths they could take to achieve this goal which would make everyone have the same 'skill' based chance as anyone else. Not gear based chance. Because no matter what the game developers may think, prepatch will never just "go away" unless they make it so.

Reactive Enchantment Clarity Edit

Please, clarify what's going on in these enchantments. When you say "on debuff, X happens to the user", to me that could mean the user of the armor, the user of the software, or the user of the debuff. While I try to see these as optimistically as possible, there are some effects that I'd really rather not chance. icbat 12:01, 19 March 2008 (UTC)

Tutorial Edit

Addition - Defensive Stance Edit

Explain in the tutorial that defensive stance works when you dont move. You don't just click it and receive defensive benefit over time.

Tutorial BasicsEdit

I just went through the Chosen tutorial to get an idea of what training is currently available. I have to say I am a little underwhelmed. While the players who are prolly going to be a force in fury will be able to advance past the tutorial, it leaves a lot to be desired as far as converting non-pvp players to pvp. This is especially evident when you consider the fact that a new account will only go through this once. Imo, it should be more extensive as far as explanation of ability interactions. Granted people will figure this out on there own, but it should be explained up front initially so they can look forward to experiencing it and also be able to understand what is done to them. Ability descriptions should provide key words in common on similar abilities and ability counters. For instance, "restraints" and "disruption" don't necessarily seem to share anything in common. I think an explanation regarding the 0-equip abilities such as Defensive Stance, Liberate, or Elemental Purge could go a long way in explaining strategic interaction. And finally, explaining disruption effects such as Disarm, Silence, Pacify, Root, etc (not to mention the diminishing returns) seem to be absent in the current tutorial. These are all very big parts of the game that should be covered multiple times in the tutorial, and not ignored altogether. ockhams 17:51, 29 December 2007 (UTC)

Interface Edit

Let the player able to move the interface around and resize it, I am talking about everything. Should also be able to zoom in and out with the mini-map. Maybe even have different interface skins like a minimalist one for example. Also you should be able to move around your skills on the hot bar without having have the journal open. Asheroz 09:56, 10 January 2008 (UTC)

Indeed. In addition to being able to move and resize the interface, I'd really like it if my scroll wheel would work with it. I may be the only one having this problem, but I feel like I'm probably not. Nothing too pressing, just one of those little details that would make the game shine a little more. icbat 11:38, 19 March 2008

Auction house, Pawn shop, and General vender Edit

Add a way to see your current equipment. So that you don't have to write it down or switch between windows to see which is better.

More toolbars please !!

Clan Tab Edit

Instead of a persons location saying SAN_Vortex_Prep for a location, which that one is the Sanctarum: The Gates of War, it would be easier if it just said the actual name of the map, instead of the map file name. It already does this for the Friends and Ignore tabs. Nakid 13:39, 14 January 2008 (UTC)

Also, having a filter that saves in the Social interface, so when you for example, click to order them in Rank then Alphabetical order and only show Online members, have it save, so next time you open the panel up it is already like that, instead of defaulting back to showing everyone in the clan in alphabetical order. Nakid 15:54, 14 January 2008 (UTC)

The clan leader should also be able to have a clan announcement/information box for things like events, newbies, etc. This is more appealing for the clans and much more organized and useful for the clan leaders. Wickedspades 00:53, 17 January 2008 (UTC)

This could also tie in with the comment I left below this one. A window like the one that appears when you login (Welcome to the Age of the Chosen message), could appear with the Clan MotD and any announcements from the people wi th access to it, possibly just the Clan Leader. Nakid 14:10, 26 January 2008 (UTC)

Also, the Clan Message of the Day (MotD) should show up somewhere, in colour, contrasting with the other colours around it so it actually stands out and people read it. At the moment my clan has 200 people in it, people still don't know what the website is because they don't notice the MotD because by the time they get in, it's either scrolled out, or they don't notice it in the combat log, some others still don't know that they will see the information when they press O to view the clan tab. Nakid 14:51, 18 January 2008 (UTC)

A hotfix is needed for the Clans/Social panel going down at random times and periods during the day and night, it makes finding groups and communicating difficult and should be fixed as soon as possible. Nakid 14:02, 26 January 2008 (UTC)

Chat Box Edit

Implement separate tabs for each of the chat types (Trade/General/Clan/Team/Group), When someone says something to you, you have to go scrolling through every single persons ideas about politics in the world, and the state of the game, just to get a simple message. Also implement filters for the chat boxes.

Valyria 01:28, 31 December 2007 (UTC)

Also allow the ability to pick which chats can appear in each different tab, for example, Trade and General could be in the same tab, also, when a new message appears, the tab that it appears in should flash for x seconds. Nakid 14:04, 26 January 2008 (UTC)

Linking items has also become buggy, if you look at too many items in one gaming session, old ones begin popping up, not the ones you're looking at, this needs fixing.

Valyria 01:28, 31 December 2007 (UTC)

Incarnation Tab Edit

Now since there are no longer ranks for each Incarnation, change the previous Incarnation Rank tab, to how many rank points (The ones now displayed after a battle) you have earned this week on that incarnation. Valyria 01:00, 31 December 2007 (UTC)

Font Edit

Switch up the font faces, or at least the sizes used for characters identification. It clutters up the screen with mostly useless information and makes everything harder to read. Ideally I think you should come up with some sort of iconography for the class part at some point to de-clutter the interface a little more, but just a little work on the fonts would be a great start.

Group/Teams Edit

It should allow you to kick other players/teams after the warzone is finished and you're back in the Sanctarum, because sometimes one player just takes forever to load, or has gone AFK, which makes you leave the group and recreate it. After the post-game screen has come up, or when you load back into the Gates of War, it should allow you to kick people. Nakid 13:20, 18 January 2008 (UTC)

Combat Feedback Edit

Get rid of some of the useless words that pop up on the screen. Like "too far away". Or make it smaller and off to the side.

They are not all worthless, however, maybe slow down the time in between when it is said, because it does spam your screen. (If your still key smashing and wondering why it's not working, the first message should still be there.) Zet 05:48, 25 December 2007 (UTC)


One thing I have noticed, whether it be lag or something else, the rule 'cannot do this while moving' seems to trail on forever after you've stopped running, and can cut into your combat time. Zet 05:48, 25 December 2007 (UTC)

Linking Edit

Instead of linking items/spells seperately, a Build linking system should be implemented like the one that is in Guild Wars, which would display your spells, equipment, incarnation name, equip points, etc. Nakid 15:34, 27 January 2008 (UTC)

Health Bars Edit

('Health %' Deleted, as it is now an option in the interface options.) Zet 05:43, 25 December 2007 (UTC)

I actually think a bar over or under a non-targeted player would be more helpful. Most people can eye whether or not it's 30% or 15% but it takes a lot more time to tab through targets. A health bar may clutter up the interface but I'd still like to see it, at least as an option. (And please sign your comments... everyone.) ockhams 01:10, 24 December 2007 (UTC)
To the above, I like the idea, much like pressing 'V' in WoW if you have ever played it. It would also help to see which person to finish off in a bunch of people. Zet 05:43, 25 December 2007 (UTC)
Yenter: Defiantly a good idea but with as you say an option to toggle on or off. would help to know who to attack and who to heal without taking your eyes off the battle.

MatchmakerEdit

I like the 'players in queue' feature. Let's me drop out of team types when I'm solo and I see a group of 8 join. ockhams 02:55, 24 December 2007 (UTC)

I was thinking about how many times I've been reading something, sorting through abilities or the like, when it was closed in my face and I was thrown into the battle. Sometimes this is good when your ready for action, but it can be annoying when your not. Something I thought of was the 'Auto-join' feature on the Queue box. When ticked you'll automatically join the battle. When it's not ticked, a pop up will say you have 10 seconds (example) before you have to join the match. (Or you can click 'Join Now'). This way you can finish off what your doing, and write down or remember it for after the match. Zet 05:37, 25 December 2007 (UTC)

Player ArrowEdit

Change the colour of your own arrow on the Map/Mini-Map to something other than that of other Clan Members. Nakid 15:49, 14 January 2008 (UTC)

Observer/Replay OptionsEdit

Add an option to observe completed matches with a free roam camera. A feature like this would allow the player base to create their own form of advertising for the game itself and might help expand the community. Also this would raise the level of competition by allowing players to emulate tactics and abilities used effectively at the proper moments. On this same theme, I'd like to see a player voting system to keep popular matches in the observable list for a longer period while dropping off the less favored matches more quickly. ockhams 22:44, 2 February 2008 (UTC)

I think that's a great idea, though if it would be client or server side and the size of the file may make it difficult :/. It does sound like it would make a greater impact on those people that see like one little trailer of Fury and don't really know what's going on, and would open up to people who "don't play more than 3 games" on how the game can evolve and how competitive it can be. Nakid 08:40, 3 February 2008 (UTC)

Game types Edit

Achievements Edit

When people get an achievement, but someone else has exactly the same amount, the achievement reward should be split to both (or more) players that scored the highest for that achievement, rather than having one gain Fury for getting it, and the other not being rewarded at all. Nakid 07:34, 18 January 2008 (UTC)

Challenge System Edit

The challenge system should be much more interesting. For people that are within the challenged player's clan can "intervene" a challenge and help the other player (bonus reward given to the 1 man). This can trigger clan wars which should also be a challenge system and make a much more concrete ladder for clan vs clan set-ups. Wickedspades 01:09, 17 January 2008 (UTC)

While I don't particularly agree with the implementation of this approach, I feel like there is some value to the idea; the challenge system is never really explained, and I feel like there's a lot of potential. I know this is a bit "hardcore" of an idea, but players could decide on the stakes before hand (betting on their own matches), matches between highly-ranked players could be publicized, and all sorts of different possibilities could arrive with the improvement and attention spent on this system. icbat 11:40, 19 March 2008 (UTC)

Multiple Queues Edit

Allow players to enter more than 1 Queue at a time and a message comes up saying something like "Would you like to join Bloodbath?" If you click Yes then you enter the Bloodbath game If you click No then you leave the Bloodbath Queue but stay in the other Queues

While I think this is a great idea, I don't think that now is the time for it. With so few players online at any given time, I think that when one Vortex popped, there would be a sudden drop in all of the other queues, etc. Also, with the matchmaking system like it is, it'd be interesting as games don't start until there are exactly as many people as necessary, unlike WoW or other games in which matches are allowed to being small-sided with the hopes that more players will join soon. It just doesn't seem like a good idea to implement, as great as it would be to do that. icbat 11:50, 19 March 2008 (UTC)

New Game types Edit

Make more gametypes and less servers to go between, this way you can talk to more people.

To the above, currently I believe there is only 1 realm available to play on. Also, this is the suggestions area, so when you say 'Make more game types' any input is appreciated. :) Zet 05:32, 25 December 2007 (UTC)

Conquest Edit

Players form in teams of up to 12 (3 groups) and go into a large map where they must take hold of an important mark (like a building). Players will fight until they conquer the entire region (all points) in a game for 10 minutes. The end of the timer calls for the team with the most captured points under possession. Players gain 1 point for killing other players and 5 points for capturing a point (limited to only the people who were capturing the point). A player must go up to the post/flag/marker and click on it and wait for the timer to run out for a capture. This can be interrupted by an attack of an opponent. Teams will receive special bonuses based on the type of the marker. For example: Team 1 captures the Blacksmith - 15% physical damage awarded. This stays in effect during the capture/specified time limit. Wickedspades 01:06, 17 January 2008 (UTC)

Siege Edit

Players form in teams of up to 20 (5 groups) and go into a siege of the defending team's fortress. Players must climb the ropes/siege towers which can be destroyed by the defending team. The main gate can be taken down by a certain amount of damage. Possibly a secret passage(s) (based on map specs) to go underneath the fort. Tons of options for this game mode (needs to be perfected). This is a great way to get large groups together and contest in a tactical game. Wickedspades 01:06, 17 January 2008 (UTC)

Assassination Edit

Teams get together (1 group) and must eliminate the other team's leader. Defending players get unlimited revives but suffer 15 second revive counters. Once the leader is killed, the other team wins and all players are awarded points. The team with the most points/wins win the game. Wickedspades 01:06, 17 January 2008 (UTC)

Real Carnage (and Carnage - Training Grounds)Edit

Make the existing Carnage gametype into Carnage - Training Grounds and create a new Carnage without bots; just three or four teams of four players each. Make Blood Token buffs available so that players are encouraged to collect multiple tokens at a time and hold them, but also make Blood Tokens steal-able, i.e. if you kill a player they drop their earned blood tokens for anyone to pick up. Also allow team nodes (like existing carnage) so that players with multiple blood tokens don't have an infinite advantage over those who don't and also to encourage map control. ockhams 23:06, 3 January 2008 (UTC)

EscortEdit

2-4 8-man teams, the objective would be to escort an "injured" bot back to your base. The bot would spawn with invincibility at a random point at the start, and would have to be captured (more like a slower vortex crystal than a node, though.) Then the bot would begin to walk toward the base of the team that captured it. Then all of the opposing teams would attack the bot while the allied team defends it. The game ends when a bot reaches a team's base and stays there alive for 30 sec. If the bot is killed, another will istantly respawn at another random location.--920579 23:16, 29 January 2008 (UTC)

A PVE( Player V.S Enviroment mode/story mode)Edit

Make a story mode where you can follow through a story that helps you to discover who you were, or what the fade is. Fury has a great opening for a story and i think that it should be added alongside the pvp.

Also they should introduce i mode i made up called pvep(player vs enviroment player) This idea would keep Fury's pvp focus. After beating the storyline, you could be able to jump back in , as a bot(with a fixed amount of health, and a skill set depending on your Archtype). You could then round up some friends and try to stop the person progressing through the story. Not only would this make enemies smarter, but it would make it more fun, while keeping the pvp. Just a thought.

Comment: Wouldn't that make Fury's original concept superfluous? The main concept was pure PvP. Adding a story mode would make it less appealing to the whole group (less people for PvP) Wickedspades 00:56, 17 January 2008 (UTC)
Agreed, it was meant to be a purely PVP game, not a PVE game that follows the line of quests or objectives to do this, unlock this guy.. etc etc.. Though I wouldn't mind seeing a mass warzone that had parts of the story from what the cinematic introduced. For example, enable players to join whenever a space is available in the warzone, and have it last long enough that you could do that, also have it quite a big map that has objectives, an example of this would be Alterac Valley from WoW, but it would be different in Fury, though some of the same concept. Nakid 13:24, 18 January 2008 (UTC)


Capture the VortexEdit

yay, yay, I know... generic idea, but oh well. Same idea as Vortex, except that each team starts with 4 vortex crystals at their base.

When one player is carrying an enemies' vortex, no other players on that same team can carry any of the enemies' vortex crystals; they can only pick up, or carry, the one player's vortex if he happens to die, or vortex crystals that are stolen from their own team's base.

When a player carries a vortex from an enemy base to his team's base, the vortex is destroyed.

(i.e. Red Team stole Blue's vortex and returned it to red base. Red has 4 vortex crystals, Blue has 3. The deduction of Blue from 4 to 3 does not happen until Red successfully takes it back to their base)

When only one team has vortex crystals left, that team wins.

I think the normal Vortex would be better still, and this would most likely be a campfest for 10 minutes, with people running in with invulnerabilty. Nakid 10:05, 27 January 2008 (UTC)


Raid Edit

There would be a small town on one side of the Warzone, and a bandit camp on the other. The players would be fighting with bots on both sides. The players that hold the town, would be incharge of defending it's people, and it's king. The bandits would be attacking the town and trying to assassinate the king, while defending their Bandit leader. there would be 2 groups on each side, along with a group of 5 or so bots (Guardsmen and Bandits) At the start, the Bandit bots would charge the town, and the guardsmen would be defending the king's keep.

The players in town would have access to secret pathways that would wind throughout the town, and even one that lead behind the bandit's camp.

Whoever killed the enemy leader first, won.

Warmaker 20:39, 23 February 2008 (UTC)

Tie-Breaker Edit

Please review the rules of a Tie-Breaker... Versing a tier10 healer with over 6k health while he runs around healing. After the match I lost 9 points in the Elim 1v1 score. :| Zet 05:30, 25 December 2007 (UTC)

Agreed, doing things like that in 1v1 is lame and takes no skill. Nakid 01:46, 19 January 2008 (UTC)

Continuing front line fight Edit

The best example of what I refer to would be in Guild Wars Faction, where there was a battle consistently raging for a large area, and the players could view where on the map the front line was, and it was dynamic according to player activity. (Meaning a similar setup to Warzones, but as you were sent to different warzones at different locations, the frontline would move depending on which team won) A constant fight where players could identify themselves with one side or the other and see where the battle was going was a great idea. Also, there are far too many powerups in 1v1. So many that its overpowering, and powerup gathering should not be considered as Skill. None would be my preference, but 1 or 2 is okay, the amount now is way too much and too easily gathered.

Front Line affects player Economy Edit

I like the idea above and this is an addition to it that would add a way of boosting your factions economy perhaps. Let me add to this idea in this way; Have an ongoing large scale battle with limited places that open up on death of a player. Amounts of territory that is captured & held for an amount of time by a faction determines how much gold ALL OF that factions players will receive as rewards from fights. It could also determine the price of armour and items. Gold rewards will increase and prices will drop (for a duration?) if your faction manages to hold a certain amount of territory for a certain amount of time. HexDecimal 04:20, 18 February 2008 (UTC)

Scoring Edit

The new scoring system in Vortex is messed up, people just go in for kills instead of the crystals so that they get a higher ranking. This is my most played GameType, I'm a Healer, I usually score 50% or lower, but the last time I did it, the phone rang mid-warzone so I was standing still for around 2-4 minutes, when I came back, the warzone had finished, and I had 65%, I don't even know how that makes sense because I was AFK for around half the time. The scoring system needs a do-over, I suggest looking to what other successful MMORPGs have done with their PVP scoring systems and make it relative to Fury. Nakid 07:38, 15 January 2008 (UTC)

WebsiteEdit

New ForumsEdit

Aren't we supposed to have new forums for the new year? I read they are supposed to tie into the ladders, player rank, the new gametypes, and even crafting. Any word on when these are going to be operational? They must be really, really dynamic! (Or else the devs enjoyed some time off like the rest of us. :P ) It seems like the longer it takes, the higher my hopes get, lol. Happy New Year! ockhams 03:54, 1 January 2008 (UTC)


Player Comparisons Edit

I play Fury with my friend and when we want to compare stats, we have to go into his profile, record the scores, go into my profile, and compare. There should be a score comparison feature where you just put in the names of two players and both of there stats come up at once.

Clans/Players on the LadderEdit

When a Clan/Player is clicked on in the Ladder on the Fury website, it should come up with more details, their total deaths etc. And also, for clans, it should show how many members are in it, and whos in it, with a whole clan list and what rank they are. But it shouldn't say what the MotD is obviously :P Nakid 09:05, 23 January 2008 (UTC)

BalanceEdit

Why is the game still completely unbalanced and proc's are still as important as ever. Remove ALL procs, make a decent fair loot table, balance the damn skills and maybe you might be able to hold players. You claim you want to make a skill based PvP game, why are procs even in the game then. Players trying Fury do not see it as a skill based game. This is a major problem. Fury was a far better game during beta / the challenge due to the limit on EP's and due to the fact peoeple couldnt spam real life money into it to gain "uber" items. Our guild of over 100 members left the game due to these issues and we posted about them repeatedly on the offical forums before they were closed down. Anyway I used to love this game, I hate PvE so Fury was perfect for me. However due to the changes alot of the better guilds / players left. Read my thread here [1] or ignore it, whatever, I just wished you'd listened to your players and worked to make Fury into the game it should have been. - Leader of the former rank 1 guild - MoJawK 8 January 2008 (UTC)

While I would not go so far as to call the game "completely unbalanced", there's no way anyone can claim procs are part of "skill"; they were clearly put there to help the less educated players have a chance. I'm not against assisting new players getting in to Fury, but putting in crutches to help them is a bad idea. This is supposed to be a niche PvP only game, it will never have the playerbase of raid centric borefests. Don't forget your original vision, Auran. Celestis 20:54, 13 January 2008 (UTC)
I'd say that the procs are not unbalanced, they add a reason to spend more equip points, and they allow players to tune their gear for a particular effect. There are several useful ones, and now that they only proc so often, they aren't abusable and just work as intended. However, I think a 4v4 team with every player decked out in full revive (revenant) gear would be pretty freaking impossible to kill. As the leader of the fastest rising new guild I figured I'd give a say too (Ad Hominem, 2nd in elim right now.) Maxmike
Bare in mind, Mike, that the game's original purpose was to uphold a hardcore PvP system and serving procs with this particular gameplay isn't beneficial to the skilled environment. Although I believe Auran's intent was to bring in newer players, it's best to keep the original appeal to the hardcore audience for the main skill-based combat that was originally sketched out. The gameplay that Fury serves is definitely not comfortable for a proc system. Wickedspades 01:14, 17 January 2008 (UTC)

Zones Edit

Sanctuaries Edit

Enabling clan halls Carlso 13:13, 12 March 2008 (UTC)

Warzones Edit

Change the maps so people can't hide behind things on the edge of the map and just summon you over there to make you fall off, or just sit there healing themselves with +health buffs to automatically win. It takes no skill at all and just screws it up, not saying names, but I thought Fury was meant to be skill based, not cheap. Nakid 01:12, 19 January 2008 (UTC)


When joining a warzone you can choose a prefrence of map. My suggestion is having another option "Power-ups and No Power-ups" I enjoy a fair 1v1 fight, but rarely do I see it. I get stunned and watch my appoinent run off and grab all the power-ups. It really takes the meaning out of even having healing and buff abilitys when you just use the ones on the playing field.

Fighting system Edit

  • Include an auto-run option when double clicking targeted opponent.
  • Also turn the auto-run on when targetting the opponent and using a physical attack, and when using a spiritual attack while the opponent is out of range.

91.76.45.55 09:30, 30 March 2008 (UTC)

Updates and Patches Edit

  • Decrease them in size (when i look at what has been changed i just lol)
  • Make Training Grounds Bloodbath have 2 queues- one for 1v bots and another one for 4vbots Xaero 13:08, 1 April 2008 (UTC)

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