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EQ2: Bi-Weekly Q & A

Posted Mon, Nov 13, 2006 by LadySirse

EverQuest II's Senior Producer Scott Hartsman talks about Echoes of Faydwer

MMORPG.com posted this interview Friday with Scott Hartsman in their continuing series of interviews.

MMORPG.com: An aspect of the expansion that has players excited are the Deity granted spells and skills. Can you tell us more about them? Is this just a one time quest or more of a developing journey?

Scott Hartsman: Choosing a deity that matches your character's beliefs is a journey that you begin to embark upon through different series of quests for each deity.

Once you've chosen a deity to worship and earn their favor by taking on certain quests and making offerings you're able to tap into certain aspects of their power, their Blessings and Miracles. You can have one of each at any given time. You gain them by praying at your deity's altar and choosing to spend some of your earned Favor.

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