Ishoni and Reaver Applications Are Closed

by Celandreia on April 3, 2011

in Game Administration

We shall soon be working on building projects centered on the Northlands. For this reason, we won’t be accepting any more applications for Ishoni or reaver characters.

Please stay tuned for more updates on this development.

Update: Just to clarify, this isn’t part of the recent April Fools prank we pulled on you.

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Elias April 9, 2011 at 11:02 PM

That doesn’t seem to make sense. If the area is some time away from being even close to finished why take away ishoni/reavers? All it does is take away one more reason to play evil.

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Celandreia April 9, 2011 at 11:17 PM

The way reavers and ishoni work right now do not match the changes we have planned for the Northlands. It’s simply that. We don’t think this in any way limits evil RP in the game. You still have the dagahasi, the quevrans, the lythren and all the other races that can be used to play evil. It’s more a matter of being creative with what you will get rather than being limited about it.

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Iskvarren April 9, 2011 at 11:23 PM

There’s many complex issues with both reaver and ishoni that aren’t easy to resolve. By closing apps now, this also gives time for current players to finish playing without a new crop popping in and then finding out they are no longer appropriate for the game.

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Elias April 10, 2011 at 12:40 AM

Well that is interesting Iskvarren. Thanks for the reply and looking forward to hear more on it. Sort of sounds like reavers may be getting a new design? I am even more curious what issues there are with ishoni, in someways, they have a lot of the same elements that a well roleplayed evil felis would have. I admit that them being a race of “feral, savage hunters” is almost like creating a race full of assassins. Anyway, looking forward to hear more.

Jio May 3, 2011 at 2:12 PM

Is there a chance Reavers may be taken off the app only list?

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Iskvarren May 10, 2011 at 2:35 AM

When they are taken off, you will know. For now, the answer is “no.”

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