Shroud of the Avatar opens a new adventure scene and readies its first weekly PvP tournament

    
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Shroud of the Avatar ended its month with another newsletter update this past Thursday, introducing fans to Spindelskog, a Tier 10+ adventure scene that will later offer scaled down versions as development progresses.

“Hidden within the tangle of an ancient forest, this adventure scene contains dangers never before faced by the Avatars of New Britannia! Shadowy beasts lurk within, such as the Onus and Feram Cavas! These vile creatures posses terrifying abilities sure to thwart any trespasser!”

In addition to this new scene, players got a look at the draft version of the game’s first PvP tourney. Readers will recall that Catnip Games expressed a desire to hold weekly PvP events, and this PvP Collections tourney is the first step towards making good on that promise. In this tournament, players can only select one of several chosen tasks as well as take on bonus tasks for points, with the highest point earners getting those shiny PvP trophies.

sources: official site, official forums, thanks to Pepperzine for the tip!

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Narficus
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Narficus

Good news, everyone! Player-Owned Towns are on sale again, so you too can have your very own ghost town for only $900 – $7,680!*

* – Buildings and decorations sold separately.

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Songs for Children

I’m not convinced that Portnip knows that the P in PvP stands for player. You can’t have PvP if nobody’s playing your game.

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Tom Thumb

It took them months, but they were finally able to get 14 people to participate. All of them will get a participation trophy and one will be crowned a winner while using exploits. It’s a win win!

All anyone has to do it look at the Steam numbers and those posted on shroudoftheavatar.net to see that NO ONE plays this game anymore.

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Mr.McSleaz

LOLOL.

Pepperzine
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Pepperzine

It does not look like these weekly tournaments will ever be weekly. It took them since April to get 13 players to sign up.

Relmharver
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Relmharver

Hey, as a percentage of their total player base, that’s pretty good! ;)

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cursedseishi

Hey, if mobile-wannabe tv Streaming service Quibi wants to blame the ravaging of the Backstreet Boys reunion tour that has struck the world these last several months, forced businesses to close, and people to stay home as the main reason nobody is paying for their crap…?

I’m sure there’s plenty of legit reasons why only 13 people signed up…! Like… I dunno, maybe there’s a bunch of people out protesting the lack of a sequel to Takashi Miike’s classic remake of ’13 Assassins’, so the SoTA servers joined in by narrowing the contestants down to 13 players for this? Totally intentional, I’m sure Spears will tell everyone.