|This week, Carla, Joe, and Drew saddle up and take on the Spellslinger! They’re wranglin’ the Reddit Spellslinger AMA, the Spellslinger Devspeak, and more stuff related to the Spellslinger!|
As I did way back when for the Reddit PvP AMA, I decided to compile the Reddit AMA questions and answers for the Warrior. Here is the Wildstar Reddit Warrior AMA Transcript for easy viewing and organization! They are organized by Warrior-specific things (like skills, animations, and so forth), Tanking information, and General information.
When I heard that the first Devspeak for the Epic Class Drop was the Warrior, I was a little disappointed. My least favorite of the original four classes, the Warrior was going to be interesting enough to examine, if only to learn the format for the upcoming classes. But all in all, I expected it to be boring.
Boy, was I wrong.
Hidden in the disclaimer was a series of seven clues (really eight actually), all very convoluted. I am going to map out the epic journey that the community took to get to the epic conclusion. To be clear, I did not solve these all. In fact, by the time I got around to going on Wildstar Central, I found out that the only ones I solved on my own, the community had already solved. Credit goes to the amazing people on Wildstar Central and the Wildstar Subreddit.
Taking this one frame at a time, I will explain the meaning behind each of them, and we will look at the final reward!
Due to the recent announcement of the departure of Troy “Aether” Hewitt from Carbine to take care of his family, we here at Wildstar Radio want to send him off properly. We had the immense pleasure of meeting him at the Arkship event in February, as well as having him as a featured dev on our Starshine column. Because he is such an awesome guy, each of the writers/cohosts in our team wanted to write personal farewells.
Troy, my best wishes to you and your family. It was such a joy to meet you and work with you a little bit during this last year. Your awesome sense of humor and wonderful commitment to the game, Carbine and the Wildstar community has been truly inspiring. Thanks so very much for all your hard work and dedication. You will be missed more than you can know. Take care, my friend.
Troy, I wish you the very best. While I am very sad you are leaving Carbine, you are leaving for all the right reasons! You have done an amazing job for the Wildstar Community. Your departure will be felt for a very long time. Thank you! <3 Best wishes and don’t be a stranger!
It’s been too short a time, but it was a heck of a time. You brought the fun with you, even when the topics were dry, and you made a newb like me feel welcome and included. I’m truly appreciative of your work and am sorry to see you go, even though we all know that you’re making the right decision. I wish you well, and hope that we get to cross paths again.
Troy, you are an awesome community manager, and an even more awesome person. I remember when I first met you at Arkship, and you were so welcoming and excited to have us. That excitement was infectious. I have such great respect for your decision to choose your family over your career, and I wish you the best in everything you do going forward. Keep in touch man, and I’ll see you on Nexus.
Welcome the the 27th episode of WildStar Radio! In our latest podcast, we talk about the last two-weeks worth of Protostar Corporation-Approved Media Information for General Consumption. You might call it “news”, but we here at Protostar don’t do anything simply. Phineas T. Protostar has also authorized us to talk about the super-casual-friendly-o-matic Community Meetup, at which co-host Joe was not brainwashed at all. Especially not via special Prostar-brand chemical brainwashing solutions presented in a Protostar approved malt beverage distribution system. You might call that “beer”, or “Granok vitamins”, but again, we’re Protostar, and it’s complicated.