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WAR: Additional Wednesday Hotfix

Posted Thu, Nov 13, 2008 by Taea

Two hotfixes for the price of one! Mythic Entertainment released another hotfix Wednesday evening for Warhammer Online. One item helps put a little more variety into your scenario grind, and the other rewinds a fix to armor set wards.

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* In response to player feedback we have reverted the recent change to the Ward system on high level encounters throughout the game. Players will once again do regular damage and the set bonus will only impact your resistance to the encounter’s attacks.

The ward system will continue to undergo further testing and development on our internal and public test servers. In the future we intend to introduce improvements to not only the ward system but to the item rewards tied to the system as well.

Please note if your character is currently logged in you will need to un-equip and re-equip the pieces in order for this change to take effect.

For more information on the Ward system and high level armor sets please see this Grab Bag.

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* Based on player feedback we have adjusted the amount of time between launches on the following Scenarios: Tor Anroc, Mourkain Temple, Serpent’s Passage and Nordenwatch. We will continue to evaluate and adjust the amount of time between the specified scenario launches based on player feedback.

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