CamelotHerald.com becomes, drum roll please, DarkAgeofCamelot.com. It's a good move, and a round of applause. I thought the "Herald" branding just wasn't working and I never understood the generic template that UO was running under either. I posted a thread about this a month ago and now it's actually active and while I haven't made up my mind about the new website style, they did the right thing with making a lot of the information easy to get to for new players, and it looks like they have added to their player guide a lot. Now I think some stuff might be missing, but it could be just under a different page. I give them credit for doing something and working on making it better for new players, and making the information easily accessible. It's running Drupal, same as BioWare.com, UOHerald.com and Star Wars: The Old Republic (SWTOR.com), which BioWare appears to be standardizing on it and they appear to have people who know what they are doing. BioWare also appears to be standardizing on their domain names - WarhammerOnline.com was never WarhammerHerald.com or anything, but Camelot and UO had this whole CamelotHerald.com and UOHerald.com thing going on which never made any sense. Now we have SWTOR.com, DarkAgeofCamelot.com, and I'm hoping we'll get UO.com back. It's short, sweet, and memorable, and it is a part of the UO legacy. Some people have noticed some glitches with UOHerald.com, and so I'm hoping they have the BioWare website/Drupal team doing something with UO. Fingers crossed, if they are willing to go from CamelotHerald.com to DarkAgeofCamelot.com, they'll move us from UOHerald.com to UO.com and give us an up-to-date website without broken links, that is easy to navigate and actually highlights Ultima Online content. Oh and Camelot and UO are still the only two BioWare games that don't have official forums, but we I think that will change in the future.