I know most CoH players know about all this stuff, but I'm not so sure sometimes that everyone knows about it all.Hero Builder
has been a lifesaver as far as determining how to build my toons lately. I just started a new alt, a Mind/Empath Controller. Can you imagine soloing with a 'troller? I have been through to level 5 so far with him. Awesome application to figure in your optimal builds.kwsapphire
recommends CoH Planner
and says it's more up to date.Hero Logger
seems useful, though I've tried it and can't seem to get it to work properly. What I wanted was something that lets me keep track of how I'm using my hero statistically and lets me see what would happen if I made little changes in slotting or re-speccing (I have two unused respecs).corwinok
are not necessarily needed to be installed into your game if you have a huge fear of the license agreements you click yes to every time you play, you just view them online as well. They have an excellent (and IMO the most up to date) badge and contacts chart. The maps are extremely helpful too.rickj
suggests Aeyrie.net's Badge and Plaque locator
, CoH at GameAmp
, Coldfront's CoH
and City of Heroes Online
have been lifesavers when it comes to guides and briefings on missions, trials and task forces.icanumis
suggested City of Heroes Vault
Finally, this I do not condone, but was curious if this was even legal. Selling or auctioning influence
online? I've heard of this being done in the past with Diablo and Diablo2, and EverQrack, but is it legal according to CoH and Cryptic Studios? Just curious. I imagine at Level 50 you have so much influence that you could make a fortune selling it all to naive and impatient CoH addicts... not cool.
PS: Of course, the Boards are always one of the first stops I make when searching for information...
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