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Vodalaire
February 11th, 2015, 07:15 AM
What are your top five things which you've missed the most since DoMO's discontinuation?
I personally have not been able to find a game which compares in relation to the gameplay mechanics and the sense of community of Eversun (Grand Fantasia came pretty close, not gonna lie).

1. Farming Sombre Zombies in the Farrel Family Crypt and flying back to vend my drops
2. The log in music!
3. Forming leveling parties and aoeing/pulling/tanking/buffing for hours
4. Running free alchemy for people in Eversun
5. Flying around trying to glitch my way into buildings

How about you? :D

Succubusty
February 11th, 2015, 08:17 AM
1. Definitely the social system. How easy it was to find parties & actually speak to the people while you level. Many games I've played since didn't have anywhere near an efficient of a party-finding system.

2. Flying. 'Nuff said.

3. Alchemy. In a game where durability is a huge thing, it was always super lucretive to get into alchemy and pretty much be self-sufficient if you worked on it enough.

4. The costumes. There were just -sooo- many to choose from! And they came from all sortsa different cultures. I loved collecting them.

5. The class system. Not having to make 10 different chars to play on every class was nice.

Yurimidomo
February 11th, 2015, 11:18 AM
1. Pets because I loved fighting with them by my side ^^
2. Costumes since there was literally a cute outfit you could wear for every class.
3. The people because I've met some really great people in this game. It's sad I didn't keep in touch with them but hopefully I can meet some again and make more new friends.
4. Hunter and Doc were my too favorite classes. Hunter because I loved killing everything from a distance and being a puller was an easy job xD and doc because it kept you busy when leveling and I had the ability to restore random people who die on the field.
5. Flying because it made everything easier and you could go just about anywhere.

MinatoU
February 11th, 2015, 11:23 AM
1: Grinding
2: Pet Loyalty
3: AFK Collecting
4: AFK Stalling
5: Playing with friends

KiyomiHime
February 11th, 2015, 11:27 AM
1 Partying
2 Friends
3 Exp Items and Them Mana Pendents
4 Costume's
5 Pets

CrossbreedPriscilla
February 11th, 2015, 12:48 PM
2. The log in music!


Just goggled it and it reminds me of dark cloud 1/2. I don't know why.

But,
1. the jobs
2. tanking
3. spamming aoes then dying cause i pulled aggro xD happened a lot, made it game to test the tank lol
4. partying
5. cant think of anything else

Carecrow
February 11th, 2015, 01:08 PM
1. gold digging
2. KSing
3. leeching
4. monopolising
5. making friends

Alhktw13
February 11th, 2015, 04:41 PM
1) the job system. After both Aeria and Gametribe closed I searched and searched but just couldn't find a similar game.
2) Alchemy
3) Friends and low level partying.
4) Eversun Elder errands and all the "we need a tall guy and 3 commoners" shouts.
5) AFK Collecting, recipies and my beloved rock egg. (Can I like put about 105 extra things I liked most at number5?)

GraceySells
February 11th, 2015, 05:25 PM
1) making gold
2) buying costumes
3) buying things for crow
4) casino night
5) my vanity pet with a flashing name

CrossbreedPriscilla
February 11th, 2015, 05:52 PM
5) my vanity pet with a flashing name

I never had a vanity pet, always wanted the Dark Guardian though.

NARAPIDANA
February 11th, 2015, 06:28 PM
1. Costumes
2. Skills
3. Fighting
4. the music
5. Friend

Matchamatsu
February 11th, 2015, 06:34 PM
1-5:the *****ing

Birchtree
February 11th, 2015, 07:14 PM
1. My thief.
2. The guild hall music.
3. My guild.
4. Flying.
5. Aoe teams.

Kalasyn
February 11th, 2015, 07:29 PM
1. MY PETSSSSS. My precious, precious pets! We'll be reunited soon guys, I promise! *_*
2. Grinding. I loved grinding in DoMo! I think some of my favorite times were in Grotto, musing.
3. As everyone else said, social aspect. I miss my friends and I can't wait to make new ones!
4. The classes! I've been dying to play muse/dancer/doc/BM/shaman again!
5. My costumes. I never spent money on the game so I worked real, real hard to get all of my costumes. :3

ZiggyPheonix
February 11th, 2015, 07:38 PM
5. Coming up with a hundred ways to do AOE builds on classes that had no reason to AOE.
4. Collecting costumes only to sell it half price later to buy a new costume.
3. Chilling with my friends in Eversun and coming up with reasons not to level up.
2. Flying around the map with speed buffs out the wack.
1. Throwing Hissy Fits at soloers who felt to the need to level in VIP spots in AOE zones.

Superstarstrike
February 11th, 2015, 07:50 PM
1. The music
2. Flying
3. My purple butterfly character
4. My reliable rock <3
5. That summer arena competition

Anidori
February 11th, 2015, 07:56 PM
1. Job System - so many possibilities, obvious reasons why a lot of others and I miss it the most.
2. Flying - couldn't find games with flying that functioned as nicely as this, though admittedly something was lost when Aeria updated to allow auto-fly to portals. I kind of don't want that part to come back o_o
3. All the different stuff you could do besides leveling and the secret places you could get into. Big Beam Garden -amirite- people?
4. Meeting new people. Most social mmo I ever played; I liked the mix of lang too. Within this social view, I loved all the actions you could do. When the pose one came in everyone went nuts and started taking so many selfies.
5. The different kinds of competition. The pvp platform and contests and hosted events that even newbies could participate in were great. The ranking board and all that stimulated so much between guilds and individual players. I know lots of games have a ranking board, but I haven't found a lot that you view in game the way they had it. Either way, it was another great social thing. The whole game is based on a war between monsters and humans, it's also cool how the main quests were part of that. Different sides have access to different places.

The worst thing for me in an mmo, is for it to feel like single-player (aside from economy and trade). You'll never get that in DOMO. I thank the huge foundation that made it possible for relaunch.

Hendrex
February 11th, 2015, 08:20 PM
1- the people
2- costumes
3- pets
4- soundtrack
5- everlag city

SeekingKnowledge
February 11th, 2015, 11:05 PM
1 - Friends
2 - Costumes
3 - Pets
4 - The silly storyline
5 - ....Becoming the Goddess of Death. Death by aoes! Buhahahahaha!!! The 11 aoes death wish during power-leveling! Hahahaha!!

ShadowKnightZero
February 12th, 2015, 06:43 AM
1) The atmosphere of Everlag when it was during it's peak hours of the day.
2)My Guild
3)My friends
4)Making Grape Globs into jelly for mah toast.
5)the Witch doc class...evil bugs of dooooommmmm hahahahha

Zanokei
February 12th, 2015, 08:25 AM
1. Having the person on the other end of my red line of fate walk over, randomly snowball me then leave.
2. Laughing at Hulu Bamboo flap its arms.
3. My message or someone else's accidentally going on broadcast, followed by "oops wc".
4. Lazing around with friends, partying and collecting.
5. Enjoying whatever random conversation is dominating broadcast.

Catsarebetter
February 12th, 2015, 10:08 AM
1. Class system. Beautiful sweet class system that makes you choose and switch freely :') Seriously, one would expect that in bigger more advanced games but those only allow one, which is pointless imo.
2. My pet-trapping Mirror :-P That idea is so cute. I used to trap butterflies and pupus that disappeared after like 10 minutes but it was worth it.
3. My duck. I spent so much money and time on that damn duck I want it back >:-O Curse you Sea Bass Roe!!!
4. Glitching your way through the buildings. Man, that was so much fun.
5. Easy chat system. Can't tell you how many games I've played being a loner because I had no idea how to use their chat.

Gambachi
February 12th, 2015, 11:09 AM
1. Zooky (My Ruby)
2. Towns God Temple
3. Being a pet Muse
4. ALL THE PUMPKIN HEADS!
5. Running away from caskmasters with Indiana Jones music playing in my head.

Starchasr27
February 12th, 2015, 11:32 AM
Hmm, things I missed:
1.Flying on my carpet, man I loved that thing :)
2. the welcoming feel of the community
3. My pets, especially my duck
4. the Plains, lol certain times of the day/night you could turn on chat and it would be like a soap opera. It was pretty entertaining.
5. My commoner. It was one of my favorite classes, especially for the baseball bat! Most ppl thought I was crazy to like it so much and level it as high as I did.

ChallengerAhri
February 12th, 2015, 12:03 PM
1. Comment zombies
2. Leech Lich attacking stalls
3. Molesting casks
4. Frying bacon
5. Measuring cup sizes.
kappa

Catsarebetter
February 12th, 2015, 04:09 PM
1. Comment zombies


Oh yes lol! I remember those idiots! They used to hit on me all the time xD

Kirbychu
February 12th, 2015, 04:31 PM
1. Shura cleavage o.o/
2. my 61 ruby who massacred everything he looked at
3. casino night - really hope they do this
4. aoe parties
5. sitting ontop of the dojo waiting for the flying fairy chick to pass by so I could level up my flying

MCKOVS
February 12th, 2015, 06:57 PM
Not in order of preference.

1.- The "MSN"ish friend-list chat this game have. Back then, when I saw it I thought it was cool. Now with MSN dead...
2.- Subbing classes. That make the characters more unique than others, since multiple builds could be there. Yeah, I'm not one to follow the masses.
3.- My pets... I do really miss them.
4.- Tanking with multiples armours for hours with a nice AoE party.
5.- Trolling certain guildmates. Ah... Back then when I was young.

Lokina
February 12th, 2015, 08:09 PM
1. class system is one of the best, ive ever seen.
2. pet system, I loved my jade pet.
3. never made any long term friends, but still social system was really fun.(like the red line, was fun)
4. I loved most of the mobs, esp the cute ones that cries when you hit them(I'm sadistic)
5. Loved how so much was party base, esp since the game is a grind at higher lvls. Once spent over 20hrs in a single party,
the entire time we was talking and laughing are ass's off. A very fine memory.