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    I started with Covenant of the Phoenix playing Rift Planes of Telara - great game and superior guild!
    After a year, Rift aged, with many people leaving for SWTOR.

    I tried League of Legends in the Interim, and am a long time player of eve-online, but not with CotP in the wormhole, me no like wormhole! Then switched to playing World of Tanks with CotP full time, and am pushing hard as a recruiter to expand the chapter. Mechwarrior Online came out, and a few of us switched to that, but the chapter is inactive as the game goes through the beta process, I still play it, mostly keeping up dated and up to date on changes.

    I'm looking forward to NeverWinter, AD&Ds new online MMO coming out. I had played DDO a while back and like the mechanics of D&D with thieves providing valuable services to the party.
    August, 2012. Mechwarrior Online is a in orbit, as beta rolls on, new features are added, the game moves closer to open beta soon. The MW universe has so many possibilities to be an MMO+ like eve-online, with markets, missions, guild vs. guild warfare. Based on the Cry Engine first person shooter platform is going to limit the game, we will see where it goes. At least is Free to Play.

    Dabbled in Star Trek Online to check out the ships with my new graphics card - awesome!!! The game has evolved since it first came out, but if you want anything really cool, you have to shell out hard cash for it or play like a fiend. A friend of mine has spent 2000 euros so far on the game. OMG! I'm still playing STO now, it's my main game.
    March 2013: Still playing STO, haven't spent a dime on, you don't have to do get the good content - thank goodness. Haven't touched WoT in a long time, don't think I will - good luck fellow tankers! I officially resigned from the Chapter when I stopped playing. I still play MWO also with HouseKurita.org Working on fleshing out a Raven, though I prefer heavier mechs, light mechs are the rule of the roost right now.
    I moved into HHoD in MWO and am doing well, though the delay of community warfare has dampened spirits.
    All along I have continued to play Star Trek Online daily, it's a challenge with a never ending list of things to do. Fun!
    Times and games change! I stopped playing Mech Warrior Online, because the game fell through by not releasing community warfare, and many months later, it is no where. They just keep selling mech packs for crazy prices.
    Going back to STO, I wrangled CotP Management to let me restart the chapters, that was 2/15/2014. We are still going today, two fleets, Fed and KDF, with work schedules, its mostly a weekend recruit and shoot, but I still like the game, content keeps coming and there endless things to do!

    World of Tanks - grrr. I found a small group to play with around May, some good folks, and we play tournaments for gold regularly, so I have to input some time into getting tanks and crews up to snuff, but not that much time. Winning gold in tourneys allows you to buy premium time and make faster headway. After a few months of WoT, I reached Tier 9 tanks, purchased one with my hard earned in game currency, and found it to be lacking. I then calculated the cost and time to fully train the crew and mods and get to the next Tier 10 tank, and said no to the next few thousand matches. WoT is over for me.

    2013-06 - 2015 Current: MechWarrior Online came out (2 summers ago) and I initially played as a founder, I like the game, but they have done little except release new mech packs for purchase, and community warfare is a disappointment to the player base. They didn't want to make an MMO, so there is nothing to do except beat each other to death in arena style play, that gets old very fast. It's just like WoT in bigger battlemechs. *Sigh*

    2015 - Have you checked out HeartStone? A fun little card game online based up WOW characters, but there is no social aspect to it that I have found, no chat center, no adventure, just card matches. It's okay.

    Checking out Heroes of the Storm - having played League of Legends for a long time on and off, HOTS has a much shorter match time, and is drawing in many new players as its the new game and the time requirement is lower.
    Check out the Angry Joe Show in youtube.com for game reviews and a good laugh!!
    9-2015 Went back to playing eve, MWO has not added any new content in some time. Didn't like Heroes of the Storm, though I do like Hearthstone, they I have to not play games of chance like that, they are essentially a waste of time and similar to gambling. Nothing new on the horizon for gaming, The Division came out, an FPS, not interested. Keep on rolling!

    12-2016 - Still playing with Hearthstone on the side, MWO has not improved and they just announced why, they have been putting resources into Mechwarrior 5. Can I get a refund for all the DLC I bought to fund a different game I didn't play? Bastards!
    Playing World of Wartanks on the side in the REDDIT clan, and tried out WoWarships - its ok, but too simple.
    Eve Online is going well, my corp is small, hi/low sec, doing ok, running incursions, mining, low sec stuff. We have a WH also for better isk. Am taking most of the Christmas - New Year's holiday off, and joining the corp to a new alliance for the new year.
    Also got back into Never Winter, and do like it as a fighter style game, running a half-orc thief for the dps.
    If you take the time to look at the art / graphics in NeverWinter, its a very good looking game!

    2018 More than a year with NeverWinter, ended a long gaming run. The alliance we were in would never get a discord server, or ask people to get on coms for raids. They were nice people, nicer than most, and members liked them, but there was no way they would grow, and they never did. Triptyl has guild lead now, still playing, there is a new update, new content, more to do!

    12/2018 saw a year fling with Life is Feudal MMO. Similar to Arc, chinese CTSG / PinkGays blobbed the server, duplicating and cheating, lag creation, drove people away from the US Sever to EU. The EU had defeated the Chinese, so they moved to the US sever, where we were outnumbered 2 or 3 times over. Folks left the PvP server to for the PvE style server with less open world pvp, the Chinese did not follow.

    2019 Sees Atlas chapter for CotP run well on the first iteration NA PVP server, great battles, allies, a great game - don't believe the reviews from trolls. April has a brand new game, servers wiped, different mode of the game, much more enjoyable. Raid timers let you select your combat active timers during your active time zone, and invulnerable during the peace time. Members are enjoying it very much. It will probably top out after another few months, the pirate theme will get old, the world can't get much bigger. Fun game though!

    Magic The Gathering has also released Arena, an online playing version of the game, free! Very good game, playing with some CotP members.
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  1. Hi Damis,

    Just between us, Archeage UC didn't turn out to be the game for CotP to help us get more members.
    I say this because looking at Twitch - no one streams it.

    Not sure what other game there would be for us to play, be able to stream, and get people interested enough to join CotP to play with us.

    It has to be a game we are excited to play, has both craft and pvp elements, and a streaming community.

    Will keep looking over the holiday weekend as we have some down time.


  2. https://www.ccpgames.com/news/2019/ccp-games-and-hadean-to-showcase-the-next-eve-aether-wars-in-november 25 October 2019 – Reykjavik, Iceland – CCP Games, creators of the biggest single-shard MMO game of all time, EVE Online, will be showcasing the next iteration of EVE Aether Wars, their technology partnership with London-based start-up, Hadean, on the 23rd of November. The tech demo will be showcased live at EVE London, the grand finale of the epic Invasion Tour, taking place at the O2 Arena in London, UK. Further details will be shared later today on-stage at EVE Vegas, the world’s largest EVE Online player convention, which will be livestreamed via CCP’s official Twitch channel: www.twitch.tv/ccp CCP and Hadean have released this video giving a glimpse of what’s to come: EVE Aether Wars is an ongoing research and development initiative to push the boundaries of large-scale, multiplayer experiences and explore the possibilities of Cloud Gaming. Earlier this year, CCP Games and Hadean unveiled the first EVE Aether Wars technology demo that ran live at GDC19 with 14,274 connected clients in a single-instanced, multi-region game world. At Gamescom 2019, they showcased a gameplay demo that a seven-person team at CCP Games built in just eight weeks, in which 4,369 players from 88 different countries participated. “We are thrilled to have the continued support of CCP Games with EVE Aether Wars,” said Craig Beddis, Hadean’s CEO. “We wanted to show the world that our Aether Engine technology can perform flawlessly under unprecedented strain while enabling unique and exciting gameplay experiences that can only be delivered by our technology. We’ve done that, but we’re not finished. We have a world-class team of engineers at Hadean working with CCP on the creation of EVE Aether Wars and we can’t wait to demonstrate the next phase!” “We are continuing to build on the success of our joint efforts with Hadean on EVE Aether Wars and push this technology even further,” said Hilmar V. Pétursson, CEO of CCP Games. “By using it to test the limits of the virtual worlds we want to create, we are opening up new possibilities for developers, the industry and ultimately the players themselves. We’re eager to showcase the next step in this exciting partnership and continue to push the boundaries of what can be achieved in large-scale multiplayer gaming.” The EVE Online community currently holds the Guinness World Record for “most concurrent players simultaneously involved in a single multiplayer PvP videogame battle” with 6,142 players on 23 January 2018. CCP Games and Hadean are now looking to shatter this world record at EVE London and push the boundaries of virtual worlds in an epic large-scale fleet battle. This time around, CCP Games and Hadean are partnering with Steam and PlayFab to provide the best player experience possible. Pre-registered players will be invited to participate in select alpha tests in the lead up to the final demo on 23rd November. To take part, please pre-register by visiting EVE Aether Wars’ on Steam: https://store.steampowered.com/app/1165670/ For more information about CCP Games and the EVE Universe, visit ccpgames.com/products. About EVE Online® EVE Online (PC/Mac) is a compelling, community-driven sci-fi MMO game where players can build and pilot a wide variety of spaceships, traversing vast solar systems for free and choosing their own path from countless options, experiencing space exploration, immense PvP and PvE battles, mining, industry and a sophisticated player economy in an ever-expanding sandbox. EVE is a captivating game in which hundreds of thousands of players compete for riches, power, glory and adventure, forging their own destinies in a single thriving universe. For more information, visit www.eveonline.com. About CCP CCP is a leading independent game developer that has been praised for its artistry, technology and game design that facilitates emergent behavior, empowering players with compelling means of self-expression. With the launch of EVE Online in May 2003, CCP established itself as a pioneer of cutting edge massively multiplayer games, winning numerous awards and receiving critical acclaim worldwide. Founded in 1997 on the principle of pushing the envelope and breaking new ground on all levels, CCP is on a mission to create virtual worlds more meaningful than real life. CCP is headquartered in Reykjavik, Iceland, and has additional studios in London and Shanghai. For more information, visit www.ccpgames.com. About Hadean Founded in 2015, Hadean is a deep tech start-up based in London. Creator of HadeanOS, the world’s only cloud-first operating system, Hadean is redefining state of the art computing for research institutes, AAA gaming studios and financial services, allowing developers to write, ship and scale massive, real-time, distributed applications. Aether Engine is Hadean’s pioneering distributed simulation engine that uses HadeanOS to power games and simulations of unprecedented fidelity and scale. For more information, visit hadean.com. Media Contact Journalists seeking information about CCP or its products, wanting to set up interviews, or needing assets should contact: media@ccpgames.com
  3. Was watching a streamer last night, they were having fun! https://www.twitch.tv/kurbsen_
  4. Thanks for the heads up! More info out there! https://www.mmobomb.com/news/dark-age-camelots-free-play-endless-conquest-option-coming-late-october/
  5. Are they trying to make the perfect game? Maybe they should release a smaller version, then expand on it?
  6. An update for Atlas in Season 3. The companies of Gin and Tonic, AEA / Probably Friendly, and N3 were working together as an alliance from the start, and occupying adjacent grids. As time went on, N3 pulled a bs move. They kicked GnT from the alliance discord, and gave an ultimatum, merge your most active players with N3 or go it alone. GnT didn't take kindly to that, and many in N3 didn't either, seeing it has heavy handed. They reversed themselves a couple days later, but the damage was done. The first large fleet engagement with DnT came, and though it was not a big loss by any means, N3 as lead for the alliance didn't command well, and the alliance lost 3 ships. DnT fielded more ships than the alliance, and ever since that time, there were no more alliance led fleets or attacks on enemy positions. DnT joined with other groups and was able to sustain round the clock raiding, first taking out the smaller players in the alliance - renters on our renter islands, then AEA. GnT was attacked every night for a week, we went without a lot of sleep to ensure the island was defended, fighting at night, and rebuilding and supplying by day. The last two attacks they made we repelled soundly. We also knew that we could not win, because their fleet was larger than ours alone, so it was a matter of time. With that, DnT focused all their efforts on N3, doing the same to them, daily round the clock attacks. N3 had lost a number of members, and their defenses were not upgraded or hardened. N3 and GnT had their hands full, N3 cracked first and lost their island. GnT was offered a place in DnT's alliance; because we were able to fend them off, and because we shared the same goals. GnT always wanted to fight the Chinese, DnT wants to fight the Chinese, N3 wanted to fight everyone. DnT was not supposed to be our enemy, even in Season 2. With N3 removed, GnT and DnT joined forces naturally, and our targets are the Chinese and their allies. GnT liked many of the N3 players, it was N3 management that caused the problems. Luckily, a few N3 members joined us in the new alliance, and we will see how the future fights go v.s Chinese. Thanksgiving Holidays are a few days away, something the Chinese will take advantage of as DnT/GnT are mostly US players. I'll be on vacation myself for several days, hope I have ship to come back to! We shall see!
  7. 4 Days of Star Citizen for Free! Check out the link above, Star Citizen has the next 4 days of game play for free, select from 5 ships or so, etc.
  8. I think it best to check back in a week on this game. The login is broken right now. 3 minutes to load the launcher. It either, crashes with network disconnection, then you try again and get duplicate log in, then you try again, and if you get as far as a queue, there are 2000 in front of you with an hour long queue time. This is so 15 years ago tech its an insult. I actually sat and played 2 hands of MTGArena while waiting for the launcher to load also, and that wasn't the first time, so like 20 minutes to fail to get into a game. Crazy
  9. I do like it! Do you recall how the design was applied? As I play Atlas / Ark they have a paint tool, then a file import scheme to paint sails. How is it in AAU?
  10. Relaed

    ArcheAge Unchained

    Thanks Nanu. I haven't been able to log in yet, still getting a queue on PTS2, though I see they added a PTS3. Joy!
  11. Relaed

    ArcheAge Unchained

    Also, they confirmed that if you purchased the Founders Pack, you go into the glyph launcher, install Archeage, then select the PTS. If you have the founders pack, there will be a PTS2 to select, that is AAU. I'm trying that now, will update.
  12. Relaed

    ArcheAge Unchained

    Vert is playing PTS for Archeage unchained and streaming now. Pre-Registration should be tomorrow at 10am he said. https://www.twitch.tv/vert
  13. Still having fun with this Battle Royal game. You can get some really good matches. In solo, nothing really beats the Cleaver. I got the sea monsters to kill 2 other opponents before me.
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