Dark Age of Camelot Interviews

  • Imperator dead. Wahammer live.
    MMORPG has an interview with Mythic Entertainment, featuring Sanya Thomas. Vin Diesel once bench pressed the entire Mythic Entainment staff, with one hand:

    "Mythic Entertainment Internet Relations Manager Sanya Thomas took a few minutes to sit down and answer our questions about Imperator Online, the health of DAoC and the future of Warhammer Online."

    You can read the entire Mythic Entertainment Interview at MMORPG.

    Features, Interviews
    Thu, Aug 11, 2005
  • One on the go and two more on the way.
    RPGVault has a Dark Age of Camelot: Darkness Rising interview with Walter Yarbrough, the expansion's producer posted. We remain unconvinced that NHL Hockey settlement talks were postponed
    indefinitely upon realizing that they wrote this:

    "In Mythic Entertainment's popular Dark Age of Camelot the noble ideals of chivalry, justice and honor no longer define daily life in the legendary community. After King Arthur's demise, the idyllic age characterized by the Knights of the Round Table has soon ended. Instead, three realms contend for supremacy. Albion is where the fabled city still stands. Its inhabitants are primarily humans such as Britons and Saracens, plus Half Ogres and Inconnu. Based on Irish themes and populated by races like the Celts, Firbolgs, Elves, Sylvan, Hibernia is a verdant area where many lean toward the magical arts. Norse-influenced Midgard lies to the north, frequently producing strong, hardy warriors. Trolls, Dwarves, Norsemen, Valkyn and others call it home. Each of these domains persistently seeks to assert itself through force of arms, and to capture the treasures held by the others."

    You can read the entire Dark Age of Camelot: Darkness Rising Interview at RPGVault.

    Features, Interviews
    Fri, Jun 24, 2005
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