NCRage was lucky enough to score an interview with the Community Coordinator for Richard Garriott's Tabula Rasa. Amy "Critters" Crider recently took over as the go-to girl for the Tabula Rasa community as April "CuppaJo" Burba moved on to a different role. Critters had a few tidbits to share with about feedback and player suggestions.
In the past, several things were bumped up on our ToDo list due to popular player suggestions. For example, after popular demand, item rariety was introduced to make mission rewards more important and make it easier to recognize an item's worth, and of course we added several emotes such as /sit and /laydown to please the players that needed a "rest"
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