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Interview with Blood Mage Class Lead, Luper

Updated Fri, Jan 02, 2009 by Dalmarus

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Soon after its acquisition of Vanguard: Saga of Heroes, Sony Online Entertainment called out to the community to find a dedicated expert for each class. These players have since become known as the Class Leads and work hard with the development team. They keep the development team up to date with current suggestions and concerns from their respective communities.

This week, Dalmarus had a chance to sit down and talk with the SOE Blood Mage Class Lead, Luper!
Dalmarus: A short time ago, I heard a rumor that you actually have a level 50 character for every class in the game. Is that true?

Luper: I do have a level 50 of each class. ^_^

Dalmarus: Wow! That’s impressive.

So are you also a heavy crafter, or diplomat, or do you mainly stick with the adventuring side of things?

Luper: I mainly stick with adventuring. I hate crafting, but I do have a level 50 crafter. Diplo is a lot of fun, but I’m taking that slowly. I don't want to rush everything. If I can't find a group at all, I will diplo. I am always willing to craft things for people; I just don't have the passion to enjoy it. I know many people who love crafting. Kudos to them. <3


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