One of the awesome things about being an editor is that you get some great opportunities to talk to developers about the games that you love. This week I was finally able to post the responses to the extensive interview I had with the EverQuest II team about Tears of Veeshan and beyond. Working in some Beta knowledge both articles became more of a narrative preview, but I’m happy with how the turned out.
Check out both interviews below!
- Wandering the Tears: Content, Progression and Lore
- Wandering the Tears: Looking Beyond Veeshan (includes merc slot video)
Another awesome thing about being an editor? Finding ways to use those 60+ awesome images you’ve taken on beta…..
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I’ve been busy with work, work and more work. Lately aside from the news gig, I’ve been busy with running Tears of Veeshan on beta. Today I live streamed some things like the T4 guild hall, new items, mercenary slots and Vesspyr Isles. Here’s the “shortened” 40 minute version (there’s an ad that will play before the video starts).
I’m a streaming newbie so.. be kind. 😉
Minutes 00-19: Tears of Veeshan House Items / T4 guild hall
Minutes 20-29: Mercenary Slots
Minutes 30-40: Vesspyr Isles / Temple of Veeshan
Not that I’m a frequent writer or anything, but I’ve even received comments on Twitter and Facebook lately from friends and guild mates wondering where in the world I’ve been. So, what’s keeping me busy? There’s been a crazy timeline of events this summer starting with…
Cube World Forum Wiki
The CWF site is a more recent addition to the ZAM family. In the month leading up to SOE Live, I got looped in to assist on their wiki, and helped with their front page revamp. The Cube World Forum team is a great bunch and are very dedicated to the game, so if you’re looking for any information on Cube World, go check them out and join their community!
Oh, but there’s more!
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Today I discovered another cool Kickstarter that you should consider backing! It is called Case for Humanity, which is a storage solution for Cards Against Humanity. The project is being run by Greg “Rothgar” Spence, who works for SOE (formerly of EverQuest II and Planetside 2; currently on EQ Next) and is an all-around great guy.
I’m getting one, though Greg may not want to know that it will be craft storage for me (but it will still be well-loved!). =)