Two-factor authentication was added to the Wildstar authentication to help the gamers out there to protect their hard-fought loot, gold, experience, etc. from the underworld baddies.
How does two-factor work?
I have to be honest. I wasn’t really all that excited about the Exiles when the original 3 races were introduced. Humans have always been pretty boring to me, the Granok seemed like a power race that I am not usually about, and the Aurin…well…bunny people? Meh. Not my cup of tea.
Then the Mordesh were introduced and everything changed. I dove into Exile Lore and found myself writing out character ideas and backstories. The Exiles are a scrappy bunch and deserve so much praise for being not only a clever bunch, but also for still being alive when the Dominion seems to have a limitless amount of soldiers and resources to squash them at every stop in the road. Today we’ll be going into detail about the Exiles and each race of this patchwork faction.
With people finally starting to ding at 50 and the basic lore of both factions and Nexus becoming common knowledge, the RP community is finally starting to ramp up. First timers to the community are ready to spread their wings and start public interaction or even apply to some of the many RP guilds that have popped up. As we’ve already gone over the Do’s of building a character, there are some lines that are important to keep in mind when both creating your new toons and interacting with others. While role-playing is a sandbox for everyone, especially in a world like Wildstar, it is still vital to know the ‘Do-Not’s’ that will help you have strong, fun, and interesting characters. So lets dive right in:
You’ve finally logged into Nexus and have your character . Now it’s finally time to settle down and start figuring out what you want to do on Nexus. Do you want to progression raid and pray you get an artifact weapon? Will you want to focus more on PvP and be the ruler of Warplots? Perhaps mastering a tradeskill and ruling the economy with some of the best crafted items this side of Nexus. Or maybe, just maybe, you want to join an RP guild and interact with other players on an entirely different level.
In the weeks before launch, I’ve been thinking about what is the most efficient way to level in order to reach my game goals. For many players it may as simple as rush to level cap, then go back and complete anything you need for the Elder Game such as rep grind for needed AMPs, etc. This isn’t really my play style, so turned my focus to the early level unlocks and began plotting out my game plan.