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Fernando Paiz

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    Turbine looks to add new content to DDO with the release of Update 15: Song of Druid's Deep. Ten Ton Hammer got a hands-on preview of the new update, including the new adventure pack and monster manual.

    Features, Previews
    Thu, Aug 16, 2012
    jeffprime
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    2011 was a great year for DDO, but 2012 is shaping up to be the biggest year ever with the introduction of Druids and the Forgotten Realms setting! TTH sat down with Turbine’s Fernando Paiz, Executive Producer, and Erik Boyer, Senior Producer, to get the big news.

    Features, Previews
    Thu, Jan 19, 2012
    jeffprime
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    DDO adds not only new content with Update 12: Vaults of the Artificers, but also new gameplay in the form of Challenges. TTH sat down with Turbine to preview the new Challenges and other updates coming soon.

    Previews
    Thu, Oct 27, 2011
    jeffprime
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    Update 10 for Dungeons and Dragons Online features the Reign of Madness adventure pack and a crafting update. Jeffprime risks his sanity to venture into Xoriat and preview Update 10.

    Previews
    Mon, Jun 20, 2011
    jeffprime
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    Fernando Paiz, Executive Producer for Dungeons and Dragons Online, has released his 2011 State of the Game Letter. In it he discusses the upcoming Update 9 and the new crafting system coming out. Other topics include the successful launch of the French and German markets, the upcoming adventure packs (the next two are Xoriat themed), and the reduction in the casting cost of most spells. Most interesting is that he mentions that there are 3 more updates scheduled for this year and that a great deal of work has already been done on them. Also brought up are Challenge Quests similar in theme to the Crystal Cove that will be introduced for some fun time-sensitive challenges. Lastly, players will be able to enter the enclave of House Cannith, the technologically advanced House that created the Warforged. Looks like 2011 is going to be a banner year for DDO! You can read the full letter here.

    News
    Fri, Apr 22, 2011
    jeffprime
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    Players have been clamoring for a robust crafting system in Dungeons and Dragons Online and Turbine has answered their pleas. With the upcoming Update 9, Turbine not only adds a crafting system that should not only please players, but still remains true to the pen-and-paper roots of the game. Not only is there a new crafting system, there is also a brand new adventure pack featuring the first appearance of a hideous new creature, new enhancements, tweaks to combat, and a host of other changes and new things. I was lucky enough to get a hands-on preview of the new content from Fernando Paiz, Executive Producer, and Erik Boyer, Producer.
    Previews
    Wed, Apr 20, 2011
    jeffprime
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    This week on Ten Ton Hammer Live Jesse and Ben learn Weird Al is still giving concerts when Davlen announces he has to leave early to go to one.

    Audio / Podcast, Media
    Thu, Jul 22, 2010
    B. de la Durantaye
  • Three compelling paths for this DDO dungeon

    The dread Blood Tide pirates, bane of House Deneith, are holed up in a fortress defended by powerful cannons. But siege assets are needed elsewhere and it's time to storm in.

    Features, Previews, Video, Media
    Tue, Mar 30, 2010
    Ethec
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    Fernando Paiz

    Following a recent announcement that Dungeons & Dragons Online (DDO) had topped 1 million active players, Executive Producer Fernando Paiz brought facts and figures to back up Turbine's claims to Game

    Features
    Mon, Mar 15, 2010
    Ethec
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    Title: The Rise of Free-to-Play - Industry Insiders on the Future of MMOGs
    URL: http://www.tentonhammer.com/node/79840
    Forum URL: http://forums.tentonhammer.com/showthread.php?t=49151

    Features
    Mon, Jan 25, 2010
    Ethec
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