Posted July 19 2013 - 03:52 PM
The Chua are rodents with a penchant for violence, explosions, and griefing the hell out of everyone. They are uncivilized, obnoxious, annoying, but some of the best inventors in the universe. Their machines fuel the Dominion, and they would jut be a group of blundering posh jerks without them.
The Mordesh were once a race of incomparable beauty. They had it literally perfected. However, they were also interested in dark alchemy. One horrible discovery they made was a disease that rotted their flesh and drove them towards insanity. Left unchecked they would turn into a mindless zombie. They delved deeper into alchemy to try to discover a cure. Eventually a did (can't remember what thy called it). But in order for it to work they had to literally hack limbs off and replace them with vials of the solution. Now they are rotted zombie cyborgs, and although they don't much like their allies, they are not accepted anywhere else.
They described both races as "those guys at the party that no one wants there, but no one wants to tell them to leave". The Chua are raving lunatics, but without them the dominion would have no technology. The Mordesh are jerks, creepy, and everyone knows they are out of place, but at the same time they don't really fit in anywhere else, just like the other Exiles. I really like what they did with these two, they did not disappoint in the least!
Posted July 22 2013 - 08:31 PM
I was not ready for this
Am I breaking NDA with this post
SOS send help
Pyros hate you back.
Posted July 23 2013 - 12:17 AM
Hopefully, it's a F2P model (if you have to buy the copy first, I'm fine with that).
Posted August 08 2013 - 01:52 PM
One point you may want to focus on is the removal of numerical quest objectives and mob-tagging for quest items. No more poking someone else's bear for eight bear asses!
Posted August 19 2013 - 09:28 AM
Business model revealed!
Seems kinda like the Spiral Knights energy market, but with game time instead of energy.
This is actually how EVE online's subscription system is set up. I haven't played EVE, but can see how effective it is. The sub passes become an ingame currency in a sense.
You can teach an old dog new tricks, but a stubborn bitch won't learn anything. -pickledundead
Posted September 26 2013 - 01:25 PM
Forget about me? You probably did, but that's okay.
Another DevSpeak, Shiphand Missions, and some comics are on the menu today!
Posted November 06 2013 - 12:35 PM
I checked my spam today. Turns out I had a survey from Ncsoft about wildstar on Nov 1.
While filling out this survey will not guarantee that we'll be able to invite you immediately, we will definitely be prioritizing people who fill the survey out over those who don't, so make sure you do so as soon as you can!
Posted November 23 2013 - 01:12 PM
Still haven't received that special beta key yet? Well, I'm here to help you out!
Yes, it does look shifty and unprofessional. However, this came straight from Carbine's recent Spellslinger livestream.
Just fill out the questions, send it in, and you'll get "a better chance of getting a beta invite because we'll know you're deeply interested and involved with wanting to play this game."
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