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[Marvel Heroes Omega] Omega Patch What Do We Know So Far? Bonus: Australian Holiday Photos

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20 responses to “[Marvel Heroes Omega] Omega Patch What Do We Know So Far? Bonus: Australian Holiday Photos”

  • Jp Cunanan October 20, 2017 at 7:51 am Reply 

    Welcome back! I checked the stats page and I don't see the 150% bonus exp from civil war. Is it something unseen on stats page? It's my first civil war after all (supposedly lol)


  • Dusk 22 October 20, 2017 at 8:05 am Reply 

    Hey Lace, You turn in 100 relics into a vendor for a box. When you open the box you are guaranteed to get 1 time lost relic and either a complete relic or a cosmic item. You can turn in 5 time lost relics for a guaranteed relic of your choice. The complete relic has +health +stat and +1 to all attributes. Most relics are defensive based or damage type based. There are no Crit/Brut relics. They have mostly been melee or ranged relics, but with the Apocalypse terminal they added a relic of the sky which adds + electric damage.


  • MandosGTIAllDay October 20, 2017 at 8:33 am Reply 

    what we know is…that this game isn't going to last very much. Well, for PC. Console is good, PC is bad. real bad!


  • Jarle Malmin October 20, 2017 at 8:50 am Reply 

    prestige leveling…. How many levels was it again? 25 50 per hero? Well I guess we will be seeing how to level quickly guides in the future… if they ever release the patch.


  • cardiabifida October 20, 2017 at 8:54 am Reply 

    You can always try out Black Desert Online. It's a pretty complex game; you can pvp in huge guild vs guilds, grind mobs for xp/money, or you can try and build a worker empire – it is like the WoW Garrison but on steroids. Many people find joy out of different elements of the game. Some people like to do the worker empire, some people want to craft, some people like to train horses. But I must warn you that your workers will sit idle if you are not logged into the game. So image sending followers on missions in WoW but you must be logged in to WoW for them to progress. Luckily, the game has a window tray mode that utilizes very little power / computer processing to handle the mundane tasks that you make your characters do – ie crafting. Alternativly, you could always try FFXIV.


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