Posted by Bonnie Armstrong | 2014 Feb 25 17:32 -0500 GMT
We have resolved the login issues on Europa that have been preventing players from logging into the shard since 3 am EDT. If any players are having issues please let us know as soon as possible. Thank you for your patience.
Posted by Bonnie Armstrong | 2014 Feb 24 21:10 -0500 GMT
We are going to reinstate the Counselor Program back into UO! At this time I would like to know if we have any players that would be interested in volunteering for these positions. Below are the requirements:
Posted by Bonnie Armstrong | 2014 Feb 14 17:59 -0500 GMT
Happy Valentines Day Everyone!
We have confirmed an issue related to a conflict between house customization and vendors within the houses. Until further notice we are asking everyone not to customize their houses if they have vendors in their homes.
Posted by Bonnie Armstrong | 2014 Feb 11 20:03 -0500 GMT
We are so thrilled to read all the feedback from our recent announcement and I wanted to share this great interview MMORPG.com did with a few of us at Broadsword to give you some insight as to what’s in store for the future.
Posted by Bonnie Armstrong | 2014 Feb 10 21:54 -0500 GMT
We are publishing Origin and Izumo today with the following few bug fixes and new art for our Valentines Gifts coming to you soon. You will see an option on all shards in your character context menu for Vendor Search but it will not be available until March when we publish World Wide.
Posted by Bonnie Armstrong | 2013 Nov 18 17:38 -0500 GMT
By: EM Drosselmeyer
His blade clashed against that of the renegade swordsman, each strike forcing him back pace after pace, never ceasing in his advance. As the swordsman caught one of Sir Dupre's strikes on his shield, Sir Dupre lashed out with his own shield and struck him hard in the face, feeling the mans nose break before the impact. Helmets are worn for a reason, novice... he thought to himself as he disengaged his blade, stamped on the man's foot, and ran him through. With a sudden jerking back of his sword he let him fall, staining the dusty sandstone vermilion beneath him. He could hear the crack and power of explosion potions being hurled at the lighthouse, but he heard shouts come up from his knights, even as a breathless squire ran to him.