Shroud of the Avatar brings all seasons together in harmony with Release 60

    
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Beach party? Christmas? Fishing expedition? Why not all three! From summer to deep winter, Shroud of the Avatar has you covered with this past week’s Release 60.

The patch, which came sooner this month due to the holiday week, activated the second phase of the game’s fishing system. This new phase includes fishing holes, a rotating angling bonus, and the ability to (wait for it) fish while you sit. Truly, we live in a blessed age.

Portalarium ran a beach party for fun while also activating its Christmas decorations in the game’s store. The patch also addressed “over 85 issues,” increased salvage rates for patterns and components, reduced increased the drop rates for player-made items, and allowed gamers to buy gold crown items from anywhere in the game.

Source: Shroud of the Avatar. The original version of this piece said the team had reduced drop rates for player-created items; in fact, drop rates have been increased significantly. We have corrected our error.
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Caleb Cranson

*SIGH* Nothing new to see here folks. Just more of the same “Second Life: The Medieval Steampunk Version”.

I find it absolutely incredible that this vaporware started out as a “selective multiplayer” game, acting as a spiritual successor to the Ultima Series and Ultima Online. Sadly, all they focus on now is stuff that will generate more microtransactions from the Add-On store.

Forget about the quests. Don’t worry about the lore or the story…LET’S GO FISHING! Awful…

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datruthiness

Hititng the nail on the head with this post Caleb. What time of year is it? If you’re an alien visiting Earth, you can find this information simply by visiting the SotA store: https://www.shroudoftheavatar.com/?page_id=9085#tab-featured

Its certainly Christmas time of year isn’t it.

Same with the fishing and beach party. How do you think that would have gone? I don’t even need to be there to find out. Just pay to win:
http://sotawiki.net/sota/Fishing_Rod_of_Prosperity

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Songs for Children

Your optimism is both endearing and baffling.

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Caleb Cranson

Lol baffling indeed, especially given his excitement over 200 plus people actually playing the game. Isn’t this an MMO, that has all but gotten rid of the selective multiplayer aspect? Funny, I would have thought there should be thousands of players, silly me!

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Songs for Children

Sunk cost fallacy in action.

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Mikka Hansen

I’ve seen corpses floating down river in better health than this game

its sort of amazing how the handful (literally) whales left are able to keep the lights on with their constant livestream charity donations

sadly for them the lights might still be on, but there’s noone home

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Songs for Children

I agree wholeheartedly!

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Bruno Brito

Hit me up when they bring my pc in harmony with their game.

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Songs for Children

The game will be shut down long before it’s in the same dimension as optimized.