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LotRO: Developer Diary - New Monster Creation by Tim Lang

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    LotRO: Developer Diary - New Monster Creation by Tim Lang

    The Lord of the Rings Online has released a Q&A style Developer Diary: "New Monster Creation" -- you may read this article on Turbine's Web Site or continue to Read More for all the details right here at LotRO Stratics!

    Developer Diary:
    New Monster Creation

    by Tim "Raskolnikov" Lang

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    Q: Who are you and what are you doin' here!?

    A: Hey there, I'm Tim "Raskolnikov" Lang (but the Content team calls me "Man-Bat" for some reason).

    I'm a relatively new member of the Systems team, having moved over from the QA team in November of last year. When I first arrived I was immediately thrown into the Forochel (Book 13) monsters: "Hey Tim, welcome aboard… you like monsters, right?" 'Well, actually I…' "That's great because you get to make a bunch of new behaviors for the Sabretooth and Gauradan Mammoth." 'Okay, so how do…' "Oh, and one of the FX guys mentioned something about a Grim… anyway, good luck!" (Note: It didn't really happen like this).