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Grab Bag

Posted by Jon Wood on Mar 05, 2006  | Comments

Grab Bag - Dark Age of Camelot - MMORPG.com

Well, it's the weekend, and what does that mean? It means another wonderful grab bag from Mythic's Dark Age of Camelot. As usual, we present you a sampling here, you can view the rest by following the link below:

 

Q: What brought on the voice chat poll?

A: We knew anecdotally that many of our users were already using voice chat. It's not something we have endorsed because it creates problems for us in CS, and has an impact on gameplay that we're none too comfortable with, among many other reasons. In order to make good decisions about our future plans, we needed more facts. The poll will tell us how many people are really using it, as opposed to just griping on message boards about it. The feedback you all have been sending will tell us to some extent how you feel about it. The message board threads have been very interesting, and we appreciate your being part of these discussions. I especially thank those who have taken the time to send in a feedback form.

Q: Why can't European guilds enter your website contest?

A: For the same reason North American players cannot enter GOA's contests - our partners take care of European server denizens, and we focus on those playing on our servers.

That is not to say that I don't love seeing websites written by our players around the world. One of my all time favorite sites is by the famous Valmerwolf - www.valmerwolf.com. There's lots of great information there. Magnifico! Sure, much of this page is in Italian. But I found his various charts and tables to be very good. And since I hope to travel to Italy someday, it's a good excuse to learn some language skills. How do you say nerfbat in Italian?

To read it all, click here.

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