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Loot may often be assigned to tiers of rarity

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by This lead to a search of what game popularized this concept.
This was a fairly short search if we are willing to accept.
To keep you from having to click through and read the entire post on loot in video games, here is the relevant bit.
Loot may often be assigned to tiers of rarity, with the rarer items being more powerful and more difficult to obtain.
The various tiers of rarity are often indicated by particular colors that allow a player to quickly recognize the quality of their loot.
The concept of color-coded loot rarity was popularized with the 1996 game , whose designer, , took the idea from the  video game.
Wikipedia – Loot (video games) article Now is the point where we start drifting into wild speculation.
There are however a few facts that one should take into account.

The game that I most closely tie the “standard” loot scheme to is World of Warcraft

I believe in my heart of hearts that its popularity is what has lead to the wide adoption of a specific meaning for each color.
However we don’t really know how they landed upon the specific scale that they did.
We do know a few things about the early designers of that game and its itemization.

In many cases they were hardcore Everquest players

with and in particular being the leaders of high end raiding guilds.
So we know for a fact there is a specific color scale that they would both be intimately aware of.
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by One of the things I am known for is doing nonsense with my equipment.
One of those bits of nonsense was getting Nvidia RTX Voice up and running to do noise cancellation.

Thing is this was designed to run on an RTX card

and I don’t have one of those… I have an GTX 1080 ti.
There is however a , .

So instead of the Tensor Cores the software is expecting it ends up using my Cuda cores

You know what else uses Cuda cores a lot

Physics calculations in video games, like maybe those trying to adjust the camera behind the player.
I talked to a handful of people who played the Beta with Mouse and Keyboard and none of them seemed to have any of the issues that I had.
So for Science… I made a rather expensive gamble and purchased Avengers once again.
The gamble is expensive because I doubt Steam would have allowed me to refund it a second time.

By I’ve written a about New World already

but last night I finally decided which town to buy a house in and ultimately made the purchase of one of the 2000 gold offerings.
I have been splitting most of my time between Monarch’s Bluffs the zone that I started in and Everfall a zone nearby.
Monarch’s Bluffs has this whole pirate shanty town vibe which I dig heavily, .

And Everfall largely reminds me of Westfall from World of Warcraft

The key deciding point however between the two is the fact that the company that owns Everfall has cranked up the tax rates to the maximums and the company that owns Monarch’s Bluffs has lowered them to the minimums.
This means that my weekly housing tax is only going to be around 50 gold, which seems like a really good incentive to get players to use your town as their primary hub.
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