The Stream Team: Fighting decisional paralysis in EverQuest II

Massively OP’s MJ still has so much to do in EverQuest II that she freezes up trying to decide! So for this EverQuest Two-sday, you get to help her make a selection. Will she continue with the Heritage Quests, work through more of the previous expansion to try an catch up, decorate a house, speed level, or something else entirely? Tune in live at 8:00 p.m. and help her pick so she doesn’t stare at her screen in panic all evening!

What: EverQuest II
Who: MJ Guthrie
When: 8:00 p.m. EST on Tuesday, July 23rd, 2019

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Sarah Cushaway

Wish more people still played this game. Tons to do, even if the engine is a janky mess and the ability bloat is stupid.

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Jack Pipsam

Multi-GPU and/or 64-bit support would do so many wonders.

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The way Daybreak has been recently and the air of uncertainty that surrounds them has made me shy away from both EQ2 and DCUO. Both games I have enjoyed alot in the past in better times.

Bruno Brito

Not disagreeing with you here, but those are pretty huge drawbacks.
To be fair, what i really wanted to experience, was how itemization was before the changes, and the class tier system. The idea of choosing a Fighter, then a Crusader, then a SK, sounds pretty fun.