Check out character creation, outfits, and hirelings for Dungeon & Dragons Online’s Raveloft jaunt

Looking forward to stepping into Ravenloft with Dungeons and Dragons Online: Mists of Ravenloft? Sure, theoretically you shouldn’t be excited because you might get trapped in a realm of horror, but when is that ever really a problem? The folks over at DDO Players have taken the opportunity to show off some of the features coming with the new setting, including the character creation for aasimar characters, new cosmetic outfits, and the new gold seal hireling.

Of course, if you want to be surprised by this stuff when you see it in-game, you probably shouldn’t click down and check it out now. But if you just want to see it sooner rather than later? Head along and gawp just below; there’s plenty of video.

Source: DDO Players (1, 2, 3); thanks to Weldon for the tip!
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Jeff

I miss AC2 every time I see any footage of DDO :-(

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Jack Pipsam

That’s a bad logo.

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Nathan Aldana

Its the iconic font and logo type Ravenloft books have always used.

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Jason Clearwater

There may also be an Iconic race version of the Aasimar released with the Ravenloft expansion, but no word on that yet from the devs.

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zoward

While I’m really looking forward to tooling around in Ravenloft in DDO .. I hope the pricing is a little more sane than it was for LotRO‘s Mordor Expansion.

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Shiro Madoushi

It really suffers from outdated graphics.

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Ashfyn Ninegold

It does. I give a try every once in awhile and just find the D&D world impenetrable. If the graphics were a tad bit better, I might be tempted to try and understand it.

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Tanek

At this point, I doubt the graphics will change in the game.

I have never had an issue with it, though, as long as the gameplay itself is good. Actually, I read graphics complaints on almost all of the games I like, so I guess I’m just not ever that concerned about the visual aspect. :)

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