The Stream Team: Conquering EverQuest II’s Chronoportals

    
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The fact that EverQuest II was literally born out of the popularity of EverQuest is not lost on the younger game, and during the yearly Chronoportal event, EQII pays hilarious homage to the game that started the franchise. Massively OP’s MJ is putting on her tour guide hat and taking a trip through time to experience some classic EQ moments, complete with camp checks, massive mobs, and Ranger trains! Tune in live at 9:00 p.m. as OPTV‘s infamous Stream Team brings you…

What: EverQuest II
Who: MJ Guthrie
When: 9:00 p.m. EDT on Tuesday, March 24th, 2015

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Tandor Shadewalker MJ Guthrie Twitch never did upload it after a zillion tries, so I put my personal copy up! (No, no deleted scenes or other stuff included hehe)

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MJ Guthrie Tandor Shadewalker Thanks MJ.

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Tandor Shadewalker We embed from YouTube (so it actually scales with your device) and Twitch takes its sweet time getting the uploads there! I promise it will be in as soon as it is done =D

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I’ve been feeling pulls on my nostalgia strings to go back and play again.  Unfortunately, I have zero confidence in how Daybreak is managing the current scene with all the cutbacks and gutting of CS, as well as nonsensical removal of community centered forums.  For a game that is built on a core of dedicated players and fans, they sure know how to shake the roots and unsettle the people that are keeping their lights on.  It simply does not bode well nor instil confidence in their future.

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No show? Normally there’d be an embedded video to watch, but it’s just showing as offline.

Incidentally, I hope all Twitch users here are aware of the recent hacking at Twitch and have changed their passwords etc.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-32034102