My main made it to level 50 today in BDO, which was my goal. So now it’s time to speed level Amon some! He just hit 26 tonight and he thinks he’s all that, it seems.
Amon’s adventures in Black Desert Online continue as I find an appropriate outfit for him, hat included!
In a previous post, I mentioned a couple of matrix used to consider a gamer’s interest and motivation. It just so happened I was reminded in a post from The Ancient Gaming Noob (thank you!) about the Quantic Foundry’s Gamer Motivation Profile.
By taking a short online quiz, you can discover more about what your gaming interests are through a pretty cool in-depth report on your gamer type. If you sign up for an account on the site (you don’t have to – you can do it as a guest without an account), you can save your results, take the quiz again at a future time, and explore various other interesting topics across the site.
I’ve taken the quiz before in 2015/2016 – I believe back when it was version 1 – and it was no where near as in-depth as it is now. You can peek at my old scores here on my other blog.
So, as a MMO player who has proclaimed that I value creativity, some social interaction and immersion, what do I get when I take the Gamer Motivation Profile quiz?
Well, this is fitting. Especially since Amon (my main RP personality) is a bard!
Here’s a few more interesting bits:
This is pretty close to some of the scores I had before. But this time, the Foundry also provides secondary motivations.
I feel like this gives a much more in-depth idea of motivations, actually, despite being labeled secondary.
You can see my entire profile here, too, if you’d like!
So what’s your motivations for playing the games that you do – be they MMO games, app games or single player games? Why not drop by the Foundry and see what your profile says – let me know if it’s accurate for you!
And maybe, if you feel like you’ve been in a gaming rut lately, you’ll discover something about what motivates you that helps you determine if the game you’re playing is just not checking all the boxes for you. That happens sometimes, and there’s no shame in it. Remember, we play games to have fun, so if you’re just going through the motion in your MMO, or whatever game you’re playing, then maybe it’s time to access where you are and figure out if that’s where you should be.
Enjoy yourself and keep on gaming!
Long haired Amon. Especially in glamours like these.
And a new, dramatic glamour to boot!
The outfit ’tisn’t fancy, but I continue to progress in my studies of the White arts!
Amon reached level 40 White Mage today!
I remember seeing not too long ago that there’s a large rock in Central Shroud that has bad textures, which makes it look more smooth than anything else. This rock was dubbed the “Smooth Rock” and folks believe that tonight’s hotfixes may patch it out.
So about an hour before the servers went down for maintenance, I saw a bunch of posts on Twitter talking about the good-bye parties being thrown at the Smooth Rock. I decided just on a whim to go out and see what this rock looked like (before it was gone) and see if there really was a party.
Well, there was a party, including a full performance by the Moogle Troupe! So Scylla and Amon headed out to participate!
Having a Rock Party on the Mateus server!
Next Day Update: Smooth Rock was indeed patched out. RIP Smooth Rock.