- -10,000 (Novel) War of the Ancients Trilogy:
- - War of the Ancients Trilogy: The Well of Eternity (Richard A. Knaak)
- War of the Ancients Trilogy: The Demon Soul (Richard A. Knaak)
- War of the Ancients Trilogy: The Sundering (Richard A. Knaak)
0 (PC Game) Warcraft: Orcs & Humans
- - (Novel) The Last Guardian (Jeff Grubb)
8 (PC Game) Warcraft 2X: Beyond the Dark Portal
- 10 - (Novel) Day of the Dragon (Richard A. Knaak)
18 - (Novel) Lord of the Clans (Christie Golden)
19 - (Novel) Of Blood and Honor (Chris Metzen)
21 (PC Game) Warcraft 3X: The Frozen Throne
23 (Manga) The Sunwell Trilogy
- - The Sunwell Trilogy: Dragon Hunt (Richard A. Knaak & Jae-Hwan Kim)
- The Sunwell Trilogy: Shadows of Ice (Richard A. Knaak & Jae-Hwan Kim)
- The Sunwell Trilogy: Ghostlands (Richard A. Knaak & Jae-Hwan Kim)
25 (PC Game) World of War
Chapter I: Mythos
The Titans and the Shaping of the UniverseSargeras and the BetrayalThe Old Gods and the Ordering of AzerothCharge of the DragonflightsThe Waking World and the Well of EternityThe War of the AncientsThe Sundering of the WorldMount Hyjal and Illidan's GiftThe World Tree and the Emerald DreamExile of the High ElvesThe Sentinels and the Long Vigil
Chapter I: MythosThe Titans and the Shaping of the Universe
No one knows exactly how the universe began. Some theorize that a catastrophic cosmic explosion sent the infinite worlds spinning out into the vastness of the Great Dark - worlds that would one day bear life forms of wondrous and terrible diversity. Others believe that the universe was created as a whole by a single all-powerful entity. Though the exact origins of the chaotic universe remain uncertain, it is clear that a race of powerful beings arose to bring stability to the various worlds and ensure a safe future for the beings that would follow in their footsteps.
The Titans, colossal, metallic-skinned gods from the far reaches of the cosmos, explored the newborn universe and set to work on the worlds they encountered. They shaped the worlds by raising mighty mo
A few days ago, Lineage 2 announced that the Hellbound update is up for grabs, signaling the end of this run for the public test server. If you're part of the Lineage 2 populace, you might already know that the server is currently down.
NCsoft has announced that we can expect the server to go back online by sometime next week, but did not give any specific time or day. In the meantime, the downtime will serve as a maintenance period, as well as a wipe.
For more information on the Hellbound update, you can follow this link. Check back for more updates on Lineage 2!
Here's a heads up for all of you who play IGG's Voyage Century Online. There's a news update relating to the rules for the upcoming city-building system update.
Basically, guild members can all participate in the city-building, though the actual building process and leveling of a city is determined by the leader or vice leader of a guild. All guild members have to do is find the construction minister and pay a leveling fund, as well as bring some needed equipment to level up the port. Once the port is ready to level up, leaders or vice-leaders can then increase the level of the port, granting the port a development point.
Before you start thinking about hyper-levelling your ports, you might want to remember one last rule the devs have put in place. This is a cooling time rule, which means that newly-developed ports can't level up until a certain length of time has passed. Crafty, right?
In any event, you may want to stock up on the essentials so you can go grinding for items needed to level up your port in preparation for the rush of guild members who'll be trying to do the same once the update goes live. We wish you the best of luck though, as you set sail for bountiful plund
April is a good month for Myth War Online players who make transactions using PayPal. IGG has announced that level limitations for PayPal users have been lifted, and players of the MMORPG who buy items through PayPal now receive the same amount of integrals other payment methods net.
But my teammates said: U have no life..
Why do they say so?
My daily schedule is:
9:00 AM ~ 6:00 PM Working on MMOsite
6:00 PM ~ 10:00 PM Play some basketball or make some dance training, or stay with my girl.
10:00 PM ~ 12:00 PM Chat with some of my friends or my parents via MSN or staff. Or Enjoy some movie if it worth to.
12:00 PM ~ 4:00 AM Play MMORPGs, often two hour on Wow and two hour on others.
Well. In my opinion. My schedule is ok. Right? What do special is playing MMORPG when u are sleeping? Right? But I think 5 hours sleep is enough to me.. To my personal opinion, Sleep to much means chronic - suicide!
What are u doing all days?
Forum Topic: http://forum.mmosite.com/topics/56/200804/17/2745,1.html
Diablo III is coming?
I need to say I'm not sure. But imo the game will launch on June 29th, 2008..
Why do I say so?
Read those following points, u will agree with me.
Do u still remember the time when Diablo II and Biablo II: Lord of Destruction come out?
Yep, it's on the June 29th, 2000 and June 29th, 2001.
Blizzard will hold its WWI08 in Paris on June 28th and 29th. Omg.. Yep, the same date as the last two versions.
As we know that the age limite in WWI was always 12+ before, that means the game in WWI dont have any age-limited.
But this time Blizzard. EU announced in their FAQ:
"Due to the nature of some content at the 2008 Blizzard Entertainment Worldwide Invitational, attendees under the age of 16 must be accompanied by a parent, guardian, or responsible adult (of 18 years and above)"
That means this time. Blz will add 16+ content in WWI.
And Diablo 2 is rated 16+ in Europe.
4th. The Blizzard's official fansite: StarcraftLegacy, also add Diablo III in its Database.
So.. Diablo will Back On June 29th?? Do u think so after you take a read for the reasons above?
Anyway, I hope I'm right.. I keep on loo...
If you've been keeping tabs on the recent Angels Online events, you've probably come across Internet Gaming Gate's (IGG's) Weekend Event Explosion.
Stealth options for character classes are usually standard issue for most fantasy-themed MMORPGs. EA Mythic's Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning (WAR), however, is a special case. In fact, WAR players have been particularly adamant about not having stealth in the game. Fortunately, EA Mythic head honcho Mark Jacobs took the time to explain things to them.