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EverQuest: The Serpent's Spine Interview - Part 2

Posted Thu, Aug 03, 2006 by LadySirse

RPG Vault's Second Half of Their Look At The Serpent's Spine

This week brings us the conclusion of RPG Vault's interview with David Ford. This installment covers magic, items and more!

Jonric: Will there be many new items such as weapons, armor, etc? What are some interesting ones players can expect to see?

David Ford: Visually speaking, there are a number of really great looking held items that will be found in The Serpent's Spine. One I really like is a Lava dagger that has flowing magma that runs through the blade itself.

We will be itemizing the expansion from level 1 onward, so there really won't be any type of item that exists in EverQuest that you can't find somewhere in this expansion. Not to say that every item will be duplicated, but the variety will be quite large.

Catch up on your reading with part one before reading the rest of this interview. Are you looking forward to playing The Serpent's Spine? Let us know in the forums right here at Ten Ton Hammer.


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