Now you can watch Camelot Unchained’s DragonCon panel

    
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Did you miss Mark Jacobs and the Camelot Unchained crew at last weekend’s DragonCon in Atlanta? If so, you can watch the entire one-hour panel on YouTube courtesy of some volunteer camera work. Included in the panel footage are a few vids that the dev team prepared exclusively for the DragonCon presentation, so it’s probably worth a watch for that alone if you’re a fan of City State’s forthcoming RvR fantasy title.

Click past the cut to have a look!

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tilles87
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CSE_Tyler tilles87 Yeah, I can imagine – I’m in software development too, though not working on games. I had to choose the most time consuming genre of video games (crpgs, MMOs). :)

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tilles87 My to do list in games is years long. One of the problems with game development is making an awesome game doesn’t always jive with “play all the games.” :)

Edany (AmberACurtis)
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Edany (AmberACurtis)

Kithred  Considering that a Crafter in CU is its own class, and not a tacked on ability that is an add-on to the other classes, you are hitting the nail on the head that it is intended to be a huge part of the game. From Building and creating blueprints, to crafting weapons and armor, to running your own Inn (admittedly at a crazy price for a Tier add on), to the newly announced Scout class (and all of its possibilities), to land and resource domination to the actual fight – there is so much going on with this game that my only concern for it is the level of complexity.
Even if you only back to get access to the forums, there is enough information going on there that you could literally spend a few months digging through it all – and the community is amazing as well. Highly recommended.

tilles87
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tilles87

This game will be awesome. I wish I had more free time and less long games on my to-do list.

Kithred
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Kithred

I’ve been ignoring this game mostly because it’s built around PvP, but lately I’ve began to discover that there’s more than just that. I’m not saying PvP is not fun, but it’s also not something I want to do 24/7. I missed DAoC back in the day for mostly the same reasons and remained in UO, which was/is a great game in its own right. I watched this panel, and then I watched the introduction to crafting on CU website and I couldn’t help starting to think that maybe this game really has some serious long term potential, which is what I’ve been looking for quite some time. Maybe I could make my living as a crafter and be a part of the world, maybe I should just go ahead and back this game. There seems to be a great foundation being built here for a lot of great and interesting things to add on.

Arrobee
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Arrobee

The way MJ talks to and about his team, reminds me of a proud papa. It’s great to see the atmosphere you and your team create.

The Origin Stories for the team were perfect. Such inspiring people.

Estranged
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Estranged

Silverbourne paragonlostinspace Estranged You know guys, they are sucking me in with this forest stuff, however!

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SirMysk paragonlostinspace  How odd, sounds like the admin had some personal issues.

SirMysk Needs (More) Coffee, Probably
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SirMysk Needs (More) Coffee, Probably

paragonlostinspace That reminds me. It’s unrelated but you brought up live editing of MUDs. It brought back memories of Exodus. I helped create some rooms and quests in that mud, write some descriptions & story, that sort of things. One of the admins went bonkers and began to delete the world. Since it could be updated live we had players who were able to access areas, and then the next second they were unable to access those areas. Or they would try to move out of their room (or look at their room) and would be unable to do so since the data had been deleted.
Never did learn why the admin went bonkers like that.

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Estranged Exactly, that’s what I was worrying about so I thought I’d keep a bit of a distant posture. Nice to see I’m not the only one torn about doing that! :)