Turbine VP of Product Development Craig Alexander is no stranger to MMORPG development, designing games dating to the mid-nineties MMO progenitor The Realm, though he brought his considerable talent to bear on Turbine's three properties just last year. Now that he's well warmed-up, he took the task of presenting Lord of the Rings Online's Book 13 and 14 plus the compendium expansion Volume II: Mines of Moria to the crowd at New York Comic-Con. Afterwards, he and Dungeons and Dragons Online Exec. Producer Kate Paiz fielded some impressive questions from the audience.


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Click here to return to Part 1 - Dungeons & Dragons Online with Exec. Producer Kate Paiz.


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Last Updated: Mar 13, 2016

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