Welcome to Project: Gorgon!


Project: Gorgon is a 3D fantasy MMORPG (massively-multiplayer online role-playing game) that features an immersive experience that allows the player to forge their own path through exploration and discovery. We won't be guiding you through a world on rails, and as a result there are many hidden secrets awaiting discovery. Project: Gorgon also features an ambitious skill based leveling system that bucks the current trend of pre-determined classes, thus allowing the player to combine skills in order to create a truly unique playing experience.

The Project: Gorgon development team is led by industry veteran Eric Heimburg. Eric has over a decade of experience working as a Senior and Lead Engineer, Developer, Designer and Producer on successful games such as Asheron’s Call 1 and 2, Star Trek Online and other successful Massively Multiplayer Online Games.



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    Has there been eny improvments to ah skill since last year,is it viable or still neglected,cas frankly if they would make it fun skill i would gladly return playing?

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    I want to add some stuff after going all in for AH. It started because I didnt think ANYTHING could work AH. I wanted to see how far I could take it. Everyone told me not to do it, and that the pet would just be a liability. But I've come to see it as a damage over time build that is strong single target DPS. And I am planning on gearing up a second AH build (eventually) because I like what it can do.


    Looking at the pets Sic Em and Clever Trick is really important. These 2 skills are like two totally diverse abilities you can swap out with each pet. The best two IMO are the cats with a slashing debuff and the sewer rat with the poison debuff. Just because of the pet's temperament, it's place is in long fights. I'm not sure if people have noticed, but ALL NPC's will tend to swing at dead corpses. This is a non pet specific flaw. My build treats it like ranged slashing DPS. And the GK cat, for my build, blows hissy away. The GK cat debuffs slashing and only deals slashing, so the synergy with mentalism is practically screaming at you. If you get anchor runes, you can unload serious DPS vs bosses. You'll need at least two healing abilities for the pet at all times if you run with unnatural wrath, you can bring the heat. It's like having a second monstrous rage. Only problem is getting anchor runes and deciding which NPCs are worthy of burning one.

    The other build I was thinking of was a poison knife build with the sewer rat with his poison debuff. AH would be more of a background type of ability, but it could work well. The build in total could debuff poison damage by ~50%, which is outrageous.

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    This post is glowing about AH but there are flaws:
    1) the drop rate of anchor runes is nuts. It's very boom or bust, but the bright side of the farm is you'll get so many WOP #3 's youll feel like a boss. But I'd honestly recommend work orders paying 700-800C per each.
    2) Pet aggro is bugged. I didnt test anything with aggro since the last patch, but the pet wouldnt hold aggro unless it has 90%+ aggro on the autopsy. This might be part of a bigger problem, I have seen % aggro on autopsies where the NPC's actual target did not match up in a fairly large admin-spawned event. I have not figured out a way to really test this because autopsy isnt 100%. (The issue I've seen is NPC attacks second highest aggro person vs the first).
    3) You cannot use any of the auto assist/ auto target features with sic 'em/clever trick because you'll get an error message "invalid target".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mbaums View Post
    I want to add some stuff after going all in for AH. It started because I didnt think ANYTHING could work AH. I wanted to see how far I could take it. Everyone told me not to do it, and that the pet would just be a liability. But I've come to see it as a damage over time build that is strong single target DPS. And I am planning on gearing up a second AH build (eventually) because I like what it can do.


    Looking at the pets Sic Em and Clever Trick is really important. These 2 skills are like two totally diverse abilities you can swap out with each pet. The best two IMO are the cats with a slashing debuff and the sewer rat with the poison debuff. Just because of the pet's temperament, it's place is in long fights. I'm not sure if people have noticed, but ALL NPC's will tend to swing at dead corpses. This is a non pet specific flaw. My build treats it like ranged slashing DPS. And the GK cat, for my build, blows hissy away. The GK cat debuffs slashing and only deals slashing, so the synergy with mentalism is practically screaming at you. If you get anchor runes, you can unload serious DPS vs bosses. You'll need at least two healing abilities for the pet at all times if you run with unnatural wrath, you can bring the heat. It's like having a second monstrous rage. Only problem is getting anchor runes and deciding which NPCs are worthy of burning one.

    The other build I was thinking of was a poison knife build with the sewer rat with his poison debuff. AH would be more of a background type of ability, but it could work well. The build in total could debuff poison damage by ~50%, which is outrageous.

    *edit*
    This post is glowing about AH but there are flaws:
    1) the drop rate of anchor runes is nuts. It's very boom or bust, but the bright side of the farm is you'll get so many WOP #3 's youll feel like a boss. But I'd honestly recommend work orders paying 700-800C per each.
    2) Pet aggro is bugged. I didnt test anything with aggro since the last patch, but the pet wouldnt hold aggro unless it has 90%+ aggro on the autopsy. This might be part of a bigger problem, I have seen % aggro on autopsies where the NPC's actual target did not match up in a fairly large admin-spawned event. I have not figured out a way to really test this because autopsy isnt 100%. (The issue I've seen is NPC attacks second highest aggro person vs the first).
    3) You cannot use any of the auto assist/ auto target features with sic 'em/clever trick because you'll get an error message "invalid target".
    Yes thats what i dont like about this developers,if they even maked such complex skill then they should maked it worth using same as all other skillls and not putting it aside with every update and keeping it as a ghost skill which only disapoints new players thinking its a fun and worth skill,it was worth skill before theyy nerfed it without reason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gorstak View Post
    Yes thats what i dont like about this developers,if they even maked such complex skill then they should maked it worth using same as all other skillls and not putting it aside with every update and keeping it as a ghost skill which only disapoints new players thinking its a fun and worth skill,it was worth skill before theyy nerfed it without reason.
    I think we're misunderstanding each other. I'm saying I believed the anti-AH talk initially and saw it wasnt true. There are some rules Eric seems to follow with skills. Rule 1: "Easy to start, hard to finish" and Rule 2: "Skills meant for mid-to-late game (experienced) players". The experienced player skills would be like battle chem, fairly serious require to unlock it, requires a lot of council after that. AH is really easy to start and really hard to finish. You show up in town, pay some council and boom, you got the skill. Boring unlock, but simple. When you level it, you also have to level a pet, at when you switch pets you take a step back to take a step forward. I think over the past year AH saw a great deal of love with a change in their happiness system and pet crit rate. Overall, I think it's worth using.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mbaums View Post
    I think we're misunderstanding each other. I'm saying I believed the anti-AH talk initially and saw it wasnt true. There are some rules Eric seems to follow with skills. Rule 1: "Easy to start, hard to finish" and Rule 2: "Skills meant for mid-to-late game (experienced) players". The experienced player skills would be like battle chem, fairly serious require to unlock it, requires a lot of council after that. AH is really easy to start and really hard to finish. You show up in town, pay some council and boom, you got the skill. Boring unlock, but simple. When you level it, you also have to level a pet, at when you switch pets you take a step back to take a step forward. I think over the past year AH saw a great deal of love with a change in their happiness system and pet crit rate. Overall, I think it's worth using.
    And thats why cas the skill is so worth ur not using it and not even playing the game.



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