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Discussion in 'UHall' started by Petra Fyde, Apr 30, 2012.
Everytime I read this on your profile I think 'When?!!!'
12.05.15 is official launch...thats what he talking about - playing Beta
I'd be surprised to see a new ruler of Britannia at the end of the latest event cycle, but quite different than expected:
LOL @ all!
Bah! *Kal Vas Flam*
Oki, I'll be patient.
Ok..... We had an event on GL's where GM's came as those things.... and once again I failed to see them in the EC. I keep wondering when I'm ever going to get to see them in the EC.. I was told that was supposed to be fixed but if it was well..... I wasn't seeing it.
Which by the way Grimm you missed out on... we had Misk, Jeff, Mesanna, and a bunch of other DEV's there... was awesome.
I wonder how many UO Devs have cursed Lord British/Richard Garriot for NOT including "Patience" as a Virtue...
Maybe it was one he didn't possess himself? Next story arc, the discovery of the 9th virtue?
I think my sig summons up most UO players' attitude towards that "virtue"....
Yea, sorry I missed that - my evenings are generally booked. As for that thing... sigh... I dunno, I actually though we had a horde minion in there for it in the EC - just not the "party" version. I'd SO love to replace that thing with something that wasn't so...
But I've been told that there are some who love that thing, so I'm not sure the odds of replacing it with something else is very good.
But I'll look into why nothing even showing up in the EC.
Thanks Grimm. When they use that for a monster at an EM event you can imagine how well that goes over for those of us who use the EC. I can't see them... If it were not for Pinco's UI and having the mobile bars so I can hover over them and a big arrow points down over the spot they are at I would never know where they were even...
And I agree sometimes after seeing screen shots of them I'm somewhat thankful that I don't see a giant horde minion of rainbow color standing about but... um well... sometimes it's important to see it.