Hello, fellow Dungeon Masters.
#1
i'll certainly be keeping an eye on Dwelvers, it looks beautiful and is built really well. and that in an Alpha stage, is a lot more than i can say for many other titles years after release.

a lot of really interesting features(such as those roots growing back - even if my storage room is like 70% wood LOL), and a spectacular art style.

i'll keep thinking about a purchase, maybe. i'm on the fence as it is Wink
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#2
Hello there, and welcome to the forum Smile
Yes, having 70% wood in the storage room isn't what I call balanced either, but it will all be fixed in due time.
Meanwhile, feel free to come with your own suggestions of what you would like to see as a feature in the game, I know everyone at some point have played games like this and thought "hmm, what if I could do like that, it would have been sooo cool." Wink
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#3
Welcome to the forum. Nice avatar!
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#4
Welcome!!
Feel free to be evil here Big Grin You can even use Your necromancy.
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#5
(28-10-2013, 04:57 AM)Mello Tonin Wrote: Welcome to the forum. Nice avatar!
Kel'Thuzad had spectacular Concept Art. and was also one of my more favored characters.

(28-10-2013, 09:07 AM)Sebt Wrote: Welcome!!
Feel free to be evil here Big Grin You can even use Your necromancy.
i'll probably stick to nitpicking constructive criticism Wink

i promise that i will tear Dwelvers apart. but that should be taken as a compliment.
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#6
(28-10-2013, 07:02 PM)taiiat Wrote: Kel'Thuzad had spectacular Concept Art. and was also one of my more favored characters.

Indeed, but I couldn't stand how they used him in WoW...such a disappointment; although Naxx was probably one of my more favorite raids back in the days.
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(28-10-2013, 07:35 PM)Mello Tonin Wrote: Indeed, but I couldn't stand how they used him in WoW...such a disappointment; although Naxx was probably one of my more favorite raids back in the days.
i couldn't stand WoW, period :p

Warcraft was(is) a really great game / story, especially the open scripting Blizzard has always had.
but then... after Warcraft III, is when Blizzard turned down the tubes and became just another corporation.
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