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Dungeons and Dragons Online Interview Featuring Module Six

Posted Tue, Dec 04, 2007 by Shayalyn

I'm in it for the devil army

Turbine's Dungeons and Dragons Online: Stormreach is a game that has influenced many a tabletop gamer to join the online masses in hunting down enemies and completing quests without being face to face with each other. Coming up on their second year in existence, the folks at Turbine took a few minutes to talk with Ten Ton Hammer's managing editor, Cody "Micajah" Bye, about the future of their game and where the title is heading. In the 30 minute conversation, Cody and the developers discussed Module 6 (slated for January), the Monk, Half-Orcs, other new classes, an invading devil army, high-level spells, and a whole gaggle of other D&D items of interest!

Kate: One of the things we're really excited about in Module Six is the raid that is going to be introduced into the game. We've determined through player feedback that our gamers are really looking for an activity that is open to all levels and player types. Therefore the raid is going to be much more of a total experience rather than one singular fight that the characters take part in. There will be a variety of areas that you'll fight through with a whole collection of mini-bosses that you will have to fight through.

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