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WAR: Improving RvR Loot

Posted Wed, Sep 10, 2008 by Taea

Mythic Entertainment continues to improve Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning, and this time they've tweaked the RvR (Realm versus Realm) combat loot. By "tweaked," they mean "added a bunch more!" The following changes will hit the beta client soon.

Improvements to Battlefield Objectives

* Battlefield Sergeants will be itemized with the same loot table we use for other “Rare” spawn champions in PvE. This is to reflect the fact that BO’s do not turn over super frequently and have a 15 minute lockout after they are taken. While they won’t drop awesome loot every time they will drop much better loot more frequently!

Improvements to Keep Siege

* We have increased the number of “loot bags” that drop from a successful keep capture from 4 to 12.
* We have increased the number of GOLD loot bags that could drop from a successful keep capture to 2 bags. Players should see more high end loot entering through keeps as a result

Improvements to Fortress Siege

* We have increased the number of “loot bags” that drop from a successful keep capture from 8 to 18.
* We have increased the number of GOLD loot bags that could drop from a successful keep capture to 4 bags. Players should see more high end loot entering through keeps as a result

Thanks for your feedback and have fun!


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