I’ve used the Fan Site Kits offered on Warhammer Online’s Web site in a couple class projects over the past year, and I’ve always hoped that an updated version would be released.
Andy Belford stopped by Mykiel’s Webcast tonight, and us audience members had a chance to pester him with all sorts of questions, from the serious ones regarding the upcoming patch to what he played in Dark Age of Camelot.
I asked if a third Fan Site Kit would be published in the near future. Andy said that, when he gets the time, he plans to work on a WAR blogger kit.
Hopefully we’ll see it sometime soon, they do keep poor Andy chained to his desk after all.
Last week I was invited to appear on the Warhammer Alliance Podcast as the fourth host. We recorded on Sunday, and it was put online last night.
The whole experience was a blast. We discussed the next patch, which included the Underdog System, as well as the Gates of Ekrund scenario and the Dev Diary on game performance.
The WAP gang – Frank, Martin, Kristen and the silent producer Amber – were absolutely hilarious and incredibly easy to speak with. It was great to have an open conversation about the positive and negative aspects of the game.
In the beginning of the podcast I gave a shout-out to not only my guild, but also to my alliance. Due to some recent reorganizing, the alliance had changed its name and I couldn’t remember it offhand. Just for the record, The Murder Junkies and I are in the Chaotica Infinitum Alliance.
Also, I mentioned that Serpent Cross, one of our allied guilds, had exciting things planned for the Halloween weekend. They are hosting Spook-Fest, with such fun events as zombie chickens in Chrace (I sure love those chickens) and hide-and-seek with pie.
I hope everyone enjoys the podcast and has a happy Halloween!