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Previews: Inconnu Domain Concept Art

By Craig McGregor on August 30, 2004

Concept Art Reveals Pieces of Online Game's Mysterious Underground Territory

FAIRFAX, VA - AUGUST 30, 2004 - Mythic Entertainment, developer and publisher of the massively-multiplayer online role-playing game, "Dark Age of Camelot," today released the second set of concept art from the upcoming "Dark Age of Camelot" expansion pack, "Catacombs." The art provides a glimpse into the Inconnu domain beneath Albion, and Midgard's mysterious Viking Burial Grounds. Details on these never-before-seen areas are included below.

About Inconnu Domain
Since the Shrouded Isles expansion was released, "Dark Age of Camelot" players have known of the Inconnu domain hidden beneath the lands of Albion. With "Catacombs," they'll at last be able to see and explore these areas, which are accessible via Roman-built sewers beneath the city of Camelot. The home of the Inconnu provides opportunities to trade, train, quest, and experience all the adventure any city in Albion would afford - with a distinctly Inconnu twist, of course.

About Norse Long Ship and Norse Boat Shrine The Midgard city of Jordheim was constructed atop the Great Viking Burial Grounds. The city's caverns give players of all levels the chance to explore new areas, and, perhaps discover that the spirits of their ancestors left some mysteries to be solved and conquered. The long ship will offer a "dungeon-within-a-dungeon" for slightly more experienced players who seek a greater challenge.

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