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Camelot Unchained Revealed

Follow my journey in Camelot Unchained.

Author: gylnne

What if we don’t want to RvR that day but still want to have fun in the game?

Posted by gylnne Thursday April 4 2013 at 9:33AM
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"What if we don’t want to RvR that day but still want to have fun in the game?”

"Well, that is where housing, crafting and other systems will come into play. As a RvR-focused game, players will need all sorts of items and the crafters will have to supply them. Whether it is arrows, armor, gold for the mint, etc., there’s always going to be somebody who needs something and that’s where crafting comes in.

And if you don’t feel like crafting, well, the housing/buildings system are waiting for you. And if that isn’t enough there will be RvR missions that you can undertake that won’t involve sacking a keep but could still involve some RvR (in an open world, not instanced, k thx bye) if you get unlucky.

And if that is not enough, well, we will have some other things that you can do but we are an RvR-focused game and if you are not feeling it that night and nothing we have interests you, well, it’s time to take a break, just like any other game.

I cannot promise you that CU will meet all your needs for an MMO. It cannot be all things to all people but it can be a great RvR-focused game with your help, feedback, support and involvement. If on some nights it isn’t what you are looking for, well, that’s okay, your realm’s enemies will be still waiting for you when you get back."

Support the game here:  CU

supergfunk writes:

with all the garbage games i've played in the last 4 years I'm ready for a change, and I think CU might just be something worth a fight! 

I pledged and I think it's a no brainer to atleast pledge $ 5-25 bucks just to either get into the development of the game or to get a copy of the game w/ a month sub...


Tue Apr 09 2013 10:14PM Report
gylnne writes:

I agree with you super. The market right now is full of easy, hand holding games to appeal to the masses. CU I believe will give a niche group what we have been looking for for a long time.

And about your pledge, you are correct whether you give a few bucks toward development or a few more to secure a copy of the game it is a win win situation.

Wed Apr 10 2013 10:00AM Report writes:
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