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MMORPG | Setting:Fantasy | Status:Final  (rel 10/10/01)  | Pub:Daybreak Games
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Grab Bag

Posted by Keith Cross on May 29, 2007  | Comments

Grab Bag -

The most recent edition of the Grab Bag answers questions about weapon and shield styles, dragons, and more. Also of interest is the mention of a few job openings.

Q) I've noticed in the Dragon's Revenge section of the herald all the dragons look different. But in game they are all the same. My question is; am I not getting the new dragon graphics or is this a picture of the dragons yet to come?

A) The new art you see on the Dragon's Revenge portion of the Herald is the new art that's being released in the final chapter of the campaign.

As a heads up, the dragons will be gone for two weeks as the storyline progresses. During their absence, the growing dragon brood will be filling the demand for the dragon treasure and respec stones normally found on the dragons. When the dragons return they will have the new art, upgraded AI and revised loot tables.

Q) What affects the rate of hitting someone with your shield with shield styles?

A) The style itself, as well as the level of the user/target affects hit/miss rates. Shield weaponskill derived from stats like dex and shield spec will aid in penetrating block/parry/evade, but will not affect hit/miss rates.

Q) I currently have catacombs, darkness rising, and LotM installed on my computer. Which, if any, of these can I safely uninstall to free up space on my hard drive? I believe that this has been answered before, but I'd like to be sure on the subject.

A) If you have multiple versions of the game installed, but you only use one version, say... 'Labyrinth of the Minotaur', you can safely uninstall all other versions. You can find which versions you have installed by running 'Add/Remove Programs' from the Windows control panel. Alternately, you can look for versions installed under the 'Mythic' Program Group (Start->All Programs->Mythic). In either case you can safely remove or uninstall any version that you don't use.

Read the full Grab Bag here.

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