Dark Age of Camelot Shrouded Isles Open Beta Registration - Monday

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  1. todd stone

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    At some point on Monday, probably after noon EDT, we will be posting a registration form for those interested in getting the chance to participate in the beta test for Shrouded Isles. This form will be available for 24 hours, no longer, no exceptions. One entry per player, please, I will be deleting any duplicate entries before the random selection is made. It will be random selection, by the way, sending us a resume will not increase your odds. I do not yet have a date to give you for the start of open beta, but rest assured I will announce it as soon as I have it. Thank you all very much for your interest, it is much appreciated.
     
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    I'll be signing up!

    Definitely interested in playing the new Reaver class! Still working on gettimg my main to 40 (will do that this weekend).
     
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    nice [​IMG]
     
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    It's good to see that there's an expansion coming to DAoC. I played it for 6 months after it first came out and finally quit out of frustration with the constant nerfing of classes and the inability of a melee class to be worthwhile in RvR. Lately I've been missing it and have started thinking about coming back. What are some of the improvements that have been made lately? My highest level character was a level 40 Berserker on Tristan. Would it be worthwhile for me to come back?
     
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    Wow, that's a lot of changes! [​IMG] I started reading up on the forums yesterday and I like what I've heard. I opened my account back up last night and signed up for the beta. Now I might actually make it to level 50! [​IMG]
     
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    I gave it a fair shot and never dug it. There's too many good MMORPGs coming out, just when I've finally caught the pack in EQ =)

    Kad
     
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    With SI and Spellcraft / Alchemy the game will have much more to do. But to be truly competitive in RvR you will have to work that much better to get the best items.
    I have a 50 nightshade who is a blast to play some of the time, however in the zerg battles that happen a lot it's not too much fun.
    I've gotten 2 other characters into the high 30s and a handful more into the high 20s. Being able to play on different servers / realms adds some level of fun, but you really need to be part of a guild who is in an alliance to experience much of the game.
    Well that's just my 2 cents about Camelot after playing it for about a year [​IMG]
     

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