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Battle Herald is Watching You

Posted by Kai Schober | 2011 Jun 20 13:12 -0400 GMT
If you follow us on Facebook you might have noticed reappearing News from the Frontlines. Over the last ten weeks the Battle Herald has posted reports like this on April 17th:
Again Albion’s frontiers were devastated by marauding hordes from Midgard and Hibernia. Hibernia established a beachhead around Caer Berkstead while Midgard temporarily dominated the west of the frontiers. Albion managed to hold onto Midgard’s strength relic but lost theirs to Midgard when the gate of Castle Excalibur was broke open Sunday afternoon and Enoch carried it away.
 

Battle Herald: News from the Frontlines

Posted by Kai Schober | 2011 Jun 18 13:28 -0400 GMT
As things are, King Lug hasn’t got his spear back, but his realm also lost Dagda’s Cauldron. Once again, we saw a war torn weekend full off merciless battles all over the frontiers.

DAoC Game Timecards on Sale Now

Posted by Kai Schober | 2011 Jun 17 09:01 -0400 GMT
We are happy to announce a 25% sale for the 3- and 6-month time code for Dark Age of Camelot. The offer has started today and will be available until the 23rd of June.

Check it out at Origin – the new EA store.
 

 

Free Transfers from Glamorgan - 06/22

Posted by Kai Schober | 2011 Jun 17 08:34 -0400 GMT
Greetings,

We will enable Free Character Transfers from Glamorgan cluster (Avalon, Dartmoor, Logres, Lyonesse and Stonehenge) to Ywain Cluster from Wednesday, 06/22 on. The '/freexfer' command will become available for all characters on the cluster from the afternoon EDT on (evening CEST).

Welcome to The New Home of Dark Age of Camelot

Posted by Kai Schober | 2011 Jun 15 06:01 -0400 GMT

Greetings,

It’s here - the new web site for ‘Dark Age of Camelot’ has arrived. Let Stuart Zissu, Producer of the game, be the first to welcome you with his introduction video on the right.

Troll says Enter

Please note that the site is under construction. Some links still refer to the old Herald. We are moving and updating the important content in the weeks to come.

We are also looking forward to getting your feedback and suggestions which you can submit via the Feedback Form.

Enjoy the new site!

Battle Herald: News From The Frontlines VIII

Posted by Kai Schober | 2011 Jun 14 10:55 -0400 GMT

Have you ever had problems with unwanted neighbors? On Sunday the Battle Herald witnessed the DAoC way of dealing with them. Following the Albion army lead by Gerreniel on their quest to throw all invaders out of Albion while keeping hold of the two stolen Strength relics in Caer Hurbury and Caer Renaris, the Battle Herald was lead to Caer Berksted Outpost which was occupied by Hibernia and already under siege. When the fighters from Albion arrived at the scene, the door was already smashed open and the Hibernians had retreated to the higher floors. Still, the Albion army wasn’t able to enter the ground floor, because that was occupied by several raiders from Midgard who defended the entrance as well as the stairs.

Battle Herald: News From The Frontlines VII

Posted by Kai Schober | 2011 May 31 13:08 -0400 GMT
Did Merlin feel the tremors in his eternal sleep? Forces from Albion, Hibernia and Midgard filled the air with battle screams fighting over his staff during the last days. Stolen by Hibernia some days ago and kept in one of their keeps, Merlin’s Staff was pilfered by Midgard raiders Sunday morning when Hestina carried it into the snowy lands.

Battle Herald: News From The Frontlines VI

Posted by Kai Schober | 2011 May 23 07:53 -0400 GMT
Merciless fights in confined space build the theme of last weekend. Although Hibernia was under attack and lost the power relic for a short while, the major confrontations between the realms focused in a completely different area - on the battlefield of Thidranki.

Battle Herald: News From The Frontlines V

Posted by Kai Schober | 2011 May 16 12:58 -0400 GMT

What a weekend! The Battle Herald had serious issues to follow all the movement of the relics – Thor’s Hammer was carried home to Midgard by Clumsy; Lug’s Spear of Lightning was brought back to Hibernia by Lovein; the Cauldron of Dagda was re-conquered and placed in Hibernia’s Relic temple by Tagss; Merlin’s Staff was stolen by Midgard, but intercepted by Hibernia; and Excalibur’s Scabbard was removed from Albion relic temple by Hibernia,

Battle Herald: News From The Frontlines IV

Posted by Kai Schober | 2011 May 09 08:19 -0400 GMT
Being the sacred relic of Hibernia’s King, Lug’s Spear of Lightning, was quite sought after this weekend. After an absence of some weeks it was returned to the shrine Saturday morning by the Hero Ruxxn only to get heisted by Albion forces again on Sunday night when Earthmover and Selinea carried it to their frontiers. But the Albion joy didn’t lasted long – a few hours later the relic was again stolen.

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