I guess there is enough of a buffer for me to contribute again.
- The Emerald Princess Wave hairstyle. Especially in white. It looks like someone disemboweled an anime hobo, hung the intestines from their head, and bleached them. I don't know if it's supposed to be interesting, or beautiful, or (god forbid) sexy, but it looks like a horror scene. It shouldn't happen ever again.
- The fact that I have stacks of pink diamonds and adamantite in my inventory that are likely going to end up destroyed.
- The giant goblin at the class change center. Not the fact that it's hard to get around, but the fact that it's there and I don't know why. Why is it there, MMOG? Why? Does Iris hate us? Does technology beget malice? Granted I don't pay attention to the storyline whatsoever, but I figured maybe an NPC or two in Atlantis wouldn't be opposed to shedding some light on the topic between their ostentatious desires to bang their local blackberry.
- Sexual attraction to characters in game. Throw Iris' hair on Ignate and you basically have the same person. It's a template. I don't understand how that gets a person off, and the fact that it's flaunted pridefully makes it that much more distasteful. The fact that the game I play as a casual break from reality is someone else's erotic vehicle makes the entire experience more regrettable than fun at times.
- I still can't find an armor crafter for my gun case fixings. I'm looking at you, KuntPhagGrill8.
- The pink guns at level 85. I might as well dress as big bird and attack people with sticks of cotton candy.
- The "I was here first" argument when it comes to maps where two to three people can kill or mine in peace. Double points if the antagonist doesn't really speak English.
- People who whine about inflation. It's not some all-consuming plague. It's just the progress of the game. There are no competing economies to deal with, so there is really no economic problem to the fact that there's a universal, constant stream of cash. There are no and could never be any conspiracy theories. Prices go up because there is more ely out there. You can't "fight inflation" by telling people to lower prices in the free market. The only way you can keep the price range where it's at now is to make some universal decree that you cannot gain ely from monsters and that you cannot NPC items. That way, the money that's in the economy now will never change, which means prices will flatline or drop, which means all new players will quit before level 10. Which means the game dies. So it's really a matter of stagnation versus inflation. The market should always lean the balance toward the benefit of the individual player, otherwise the individual player has no reason to play. No players = No game = stop *****ing you ***gots. If there is inflation, there are more people playing than quitting, which means that the game is staying strong. Overall, that is the most important thing. If the game dies, you'll have nothing to complain about.
- Spikes. Why are there spikes? What god forsaken entity decided to rig up the contraption to impale passersby in the middle of the god damn forest? There should be far more storyline attributed to that sadist than the generic adventures of woman fighting universal evil.