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Bi-Weekly Q&A #5

Posted by Dana Massey on Apr 26, 2006  | Comments

Bi-Weekly Q&A #5 - MMORPG.com

Scott Hartsman, the Senior Producer of EverQuest II, answers Carolyn Koh's questions as we pick things back up with another interview.

MMORPG.com: Are there any plans for “racial” experiences, whether in the early game or the later game?

Scott Hartsman: This was actually one of the big goals of the character changes: Greater distinction in the game’s various races. People who haven’t started a new character since might not even know about it.

Each village now has a quest line that describes your race, a little bit about its history, and how the race sees itself in the new world of Norrath. For instance, if you’re a Barbarian from Freeport, you’d need to prove you can be intimidating by defeating someone else in a screaming match. If you’re a Wood Elf from Qeynos, you’re taught to be respectful of nature and pay homage to a fallen Elven hero.

Completing these racial quests provides the player with a new, powerful item unique to his/her race.  

You can read the interview here.

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