We bravely follow in the footsteps of Marvel Heroes, and re-brand this week’s episode as MMO-ULTRA 2015! This extra special episode has Chris, Bill and Layanor discussing Funcom’s financial woes, the Marvel Heroes re-branding approach, as well as PAX, Neverwinter and more!
Chris takes us through a quick overview of the new sPvP type coming with Heart of Thorns – Stronghold.
Celeste and Allona beta’ed their faces off and talk ALL about it for a very, very long time. They also discuss the recently announced PvP Leagues, the World Tournament Series … oh what else? Umm … THE HERALD!
Cari is joined once again by Layanor. We talk abut what’s up in the LOTRO worlds, and how Imbuing can be confusing.
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Chris, Harry and Bill pull themselves from the virtual worlds of Azeroth, Tyria and Kerbal to talk about the latest and greatest news from the MMO multiverse. This week’s show focuses on the new World of Warcraft expansion: Legion, as well as the latest season of updates coming from Elite: Dangerous.
Matt, Chris and Bill adorably review the abilities of the Confessor and Legionnaire, go over what campaigns will look like, talk about archetype balance in Crowfall and more! Watch out for a face full of fiery truth, because Crowfall Reporter is coming at you!
Cari is joined by Chris during the main part of this episode. We get a little bit excited. Then Cari gets a chance to talk to Athena and Andy at Turbine about the upcoming world changes, Minas Tirith, and the the new hardware.
Celeste and Allona chat about the recent official blog post on the changes coming to Fractals in Heart of Thorns! And then they are entertained by community artwork … particularly a dreamy Trahearne. They hate still hate Damask.
In this episode, we discuss the latest MMO to hit the market, Skyforge.
Chris is joined by Kyt Dotson from MMO Anthropology and his YouTube channel ThePrinceofMilAve.
Links: http://twitch.tv/mmoanthropology/ and http://www.youtube.com/theprinceofmillave
Let us know what YOU think of Skyforge in the comments.
Dragon decks are typically slow, control-heavy decks that take their sweet, sweet time killing their opponents. But Ben’s surprisingly aggro Dragon Priest deck goes straight for the throat, with some big fat dragons wading in late as backup if things stall out.