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Advocate Program Selection Explained

Posted by Keith Cross on Apr 06, 2009  | Comments

Advocate Program Selection Explained - Age of Conan: Unchained -

FC-Famine has been answering user questions in the official Age of Conan blog here at This time, in response to a question about the Advocate program, he provides insight into the selection process and the rationale of the program.

Well it's not going to be possible to find the most class advance player within the forums for every role in the Advocates. The point is not to look for that player but to look for someone who has a basic understanding of the class, good desire to advance in the class, and encouragement to represent the class community without just representing themselves. Many players fit that bill and would do their best to represent or aka be an advocate for the class community.

As for work from the advocates, it's all there stickied in the top of every class forum. The top issues, concerns, and suggestions are what the advocates are working on. You can input what are on those lists to be pushed on. The return feedback on those lists is what the program aims for with the feedback process.

Read more here.