Shroud of the Avatar adds in instruments and fishing with release 22

    
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Have you been thinking to yourself that Shroud of the Avatar would be better if you also had the chance to engage in a battle of wits with a creature dim enough to be bested by a stick, a thread, and a hook? Because the game’s next major patch is adding fishing. It’s also adding in a new in-depth music creation system as well, so the only new feature won’t be the fish; you can also regale everyone in the tavern with your in-game rendition of Wonderwall.

The update also brings in a new solo scene for players in which the player characters investigate the site of a massacre whilst trying to prevent a full-scale war between elves and humans. You can find out all about the scene and the new features coming with the next patch inside the most recent official dispatch from the development team.

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Ceder
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Ceder

Ah the old UO days of plucking at the strings of a lute to get a skill point to plop down and fish for a monster for a bottle…….

tikato
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tikato

You can make your own music soon? Ok now I do have to take a closer look at the game…

AilsaN10
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AilsaN10

The music system in LotRO is phenomenal!

JCSmith
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JCSmith

Nunky 
I’d guess this is primarily tied to budget. Those Korean games have huge budgets. Would be amusing to see Garriot and NC Soft back together again though lol.

Equilibrium31
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Equilibrium31

Hmm, I don’t see myself ever getting into this game, but I’m glad to see in-game musical instruments become more popular.  I think they’ve been an awesome touch to GW2 and I’ve heard even better things about them in LotRO.

ToyFuzion
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ToyFuzion

I think the game is shaping up nicely, but not overly fond of character graphics. The rest of the world looks great, and I love all the things they’re putting in for RP, social and housing. Just worried about how real dollar expensive the game would be to a player like me that loves, and is addicted to acquiring fluff as an endgame activity.

aboomwithaview
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aboomwithaview

You can probably buy a Lord British virtually inscribed lute in the cash shop for $100

Deathage
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Deathage

Satyros Personally i really dig the feel/look of the game. The visuals are *good enough*. What matters more to me is their ability to create a cogent and interesting world & lore that I can get lost in. The only thing that has me actually concerned about the game is the skill deck

Imoen_lol
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Imoen_lol

Satyros That makes very little sense. It seems you’re just throwing a bunch of words together without any justification. A lot of mmorpgs looks dated, especially the indie ones. I mean if we’re gonna criticize sota on these arguments, you better use it vs most mmorpgs out there. It’s just not fair or feasible.

AlexanderDeLarge
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AlexanderDeLarge

Every release makes this closer and closer to some sort of Ultima 7/UO hybrid. I just hope they can polish the hell out of it.