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WAR: New Dev Diary

Posted Fri, Oct 03, 2008 by mattlow

Live Producer Destin Bales, of Mythic Entertainments Warhammer Online, has posted a new Dev Diary. In it Destin talks about his job moving forward as the Live Producer, and some of his past memories of working on the game.

As the Live Producer for Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning, I've become intimately familiar with Waaagh! in all of its myriad forms. I've been on the WAR team practically from the first day it existed, when I occupied the role of Content Director. Back then, it was my job was to infuse our game's quests, public quests and dungeons with as much Waaagh! as possible. Now that the game has launched, it's been a lot of fun to watch you, the players, dive into the story and explore that content. I've enjoyed reading forum posts from those of you who are finding the fun little secrets and Easter eggs sprinkled throughout the Warhammer world.

For example, how many of you have visited Black Fire Pass and walked the Path of Sigmar, following in the footsteps of a legend? How many have found the barrel in the Marshes of Madness that tells the story of the two unfortunate Goblins who decided to hide from a stalking ghost by climbing inside of it? Has anyone found the way into the Lair of Xaphan? If not, you might want to start looking around for altars. It might seem odd at first that they don't do anything when you interact with them. Well, that's probably because you haven't found them all yet.

Destin Bales Dev Diary.

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