Age of Conan players kill 1.5 million mobs for a fancy cloak

    
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Age of Conan players kill 1.5 million mobs for a fancy cloak

The blood is still flowing hot and fast on Age of Conan’s Saga of Blood server. The special ruleset shard, which went live last September, gave the community a rather daunting challenge: Kill 1,500,000 other players to earn an exclusive cloak.

As of last month, that milestone was reached. With 1.5 million kills out of the way, all players on the Saga of Blood server will receive the Cloak of Selkhet to keep as a memento of the effort.

While Funcom hasn’t stated an end date to the time-limited server, it sounds as if things are coming to a head with PvP tournaments and the like. And if you heard the news that Marvel Comics is “reclaiming” the Conan IP, rest assured that this only pertains to comics and not to Funcom’s multiple titles.

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TheDonDude

The title of this article is the most MMO thing I’ve ever read.

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gamingforfun

The Saga of Blood participants earned the vanity cloak for killing 1.5 million PLAYERS in PvP, not mobs. Most of the leveling for characters on the Saga of Blood was done through PvP mini-games and open-world combat, not running PvE content.

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NeoWolf

They could have at least given them an ATTRACTIVE cloak for all that effort, that thing is as ugly as sin. lol

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Purewitz

I doubt they’d take the time to do that. Funcom or should I say Failcom is worse than EA. I used to play AoC years ago and have tried to get back into it from time to time over the years, because I am a Conan fan. But I can’t stand Failcom anymore to a point, I won’t even give Conan Exiles a try. Failcom only cares about money and not their customers/players.

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Bannex

Is there a studio gamers actually like?

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Dobablo

That’s like asking does anyone actually like their drug dealer.
I am joking of course. We love those studios that produce bug-free AAA games while churning out top quality content at a high cadence, while also turning down our attempts to give them money.

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Bruno Brito

If this was the case. Except Saga was launched with extreme p2w.