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Current EM Event

Discussion in 'UO Catskills' started by Phaen Grey, Feb 9, 2009.

  1. Phaen Grey

    Phaen Grey Lore Master
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    I am reading posts on the Uhall about events on Oceania, Atlantic and Great Lakes, are these the Love & Misconception events that will start on Friday for Catskills or is there something going on I am missing?
     
  2. Corvak

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    That is correct. 'Love and Misconception' is the next 'phase' of the story arc (the previous one being Casca's speech)
     
  3. Farsight

    Farsight Crazed Zealot
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    Given the different versions of L&M which will be happening on different shards, I'm not sure that it's part of the story arc at all, but rather a chance to let the EMs show their stuff by running an actual event.

    An example: Kas will be likely running a quest to find him on Catskills, while on Chesapeake, they're holding a day long festival run by both players and the EM. I see little common ground to further the inter-shard story. Then again, the stories could just be required to end at the same place and what happens in between is completely up to the EM.

    Anyhow, the quests from last weekend on other shards are likely not directly connected to L&M. Or at least no more connected than what happened when Kas vanished.

    Makes it interesting, when I can't use spies...er... contacts on other shards to tell what will likely happen on Catskils.
     
  4. Corvak

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    Well the events seem to differ shard by shard (Not all shards had their EM's captured, etc) but it's the 'next' event to happen.