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Legends of Norrath Expansion: Inquisitor

Posted by Keith Cross on Feb 13, 2008  | Comments

Legends of Norrath Expansion: Inquisitor - EverQuest -

SOE has announced Inquisitor, the next expansion to Legends of Norrath, which will add over 250 cards to the EverQuest based online card game.

DENVER, CO February 13, 2008 Legends of Norrath (LoN) fans, get your decks ready! Inquisitor from Sony Online Entertainment LLC (SOE), the global leader in online gaming, is the newest chapter in the innovative online strategy card game Legends of Norrath, based on the legendary MMOs EverQuest (EQ) and EverQuest II (EQII). Inquisitor, which is currently in development and scheduled to launch Friday, March 7, 2008, promises to deliver even more excitement with stunning new card art, fresh loot and fierce new enemy encounters.

Inquisitor continues the story from previous Legends of Norrath virtual card games, Oathbound and Forsworn, with hundreds of new cards and more than 20 new loot items each for EQ and EQII. Inquisitor also reinforces Legends of Norrath as the complete online card gaming experience, featuring numerous casual and tournament game lobbies with three exciting tournament formats.

The development team in Denver is extremely enthusiastic about the new gameplay that Inquisitor brings to the world of Norrath, said Scott Martins, Director of Development, SOE. Fans of the LoN storyline will experience compelling gameplay, additional multiplayer functionality, unmatched artistic integrity, as well as the ability to fight alongside Cyndra and other Oathbound heroes for the first time ever.

Read more about LoN here.