Norrathian Chronicles Interviews Kander About TLE Servers

Written by Feldon on . Posted in EQ2, Grouping, PvP/BG/Proving Grounds, Raiding, TLE/Prestige Servers

To discuss the upcoming Time-Locked Expansion servers, Oakmiser, videographer of the Norrathian Chronicles, has recorded and posted an interview with EverQuest II Lead Designer Kyle “Kander” Vallée.

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Comments (4)

  • Kauko

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    I’m unclear about the mentioning of expansions and 30 days. Their plan is to unlock xpacs every 30 days?? If so that really kills this for me; I want actual time to relive and progress through each xpac–solo, group, and raid content. That’s not gonna happen if you only have a month.

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  • oakmiser

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    “Expansions will be voted to be unlocked at certain times by the population of the server. Majority vote 2/3 of the population.”

    I said 30 days just as an example.

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    • Kauko

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      I’m aware of the voting part of it, and the in-game poll has 30 days as an option. I guess my concern is that there be a reasonable amount of time that passes after unlocking a new xpac before the vote will even come up for the first time, say 3 months, if not longer, and not that 30 days after an expac is unlocked a new vote for the next one will already take place.

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      • Dedith

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        Personally, I’d rather have the option to upgrade then be forced to wait. A vote every 30 days does not sound unreasonable. In that case, the first 30 day vote for each expansion would most likely would landslide for ‘No’.

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