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Battle Herald: News from the Frontlines

Posted by Dave Crooks | 2011 Aug 08 07:53 -0400 GMT
The warhorn of Midgard could be heard all throughout Hadrian’s Wall early Sunday evening as a host lead by Vigdisdk cut a swath through Albion territory. The raiding party sacked towers at Caer Boldiam, Cear Berkstead, and Caer Benowyc with only mild resistance from the outnumbered Albion defenders. Pausing near Berkstead to prepare for another assault saw the forces of Midgard ambushed by a group Bainshees that had tracked them along the Suspiro River.

Battle Herald: News from the Frontlines

Posted by Kai Schober | 2011 Aug 01 07:53 -0400 GMT

Last week saw a very special anniversary: One of our oldest players celebrated his 80th birthday. Happy birthday, Gerd! We /salute you for your continued enthusiasm and wish you all the best for the years to come.

But the battles didn’t pause. Probably because of the relic situation – Midgard owns its relics and the ones of Hibernia, while Hibernia keeps controls the ones from Albion – Sunday evening saw a full scale invasion of Midgard’s frontiers. Hibernia’s forces established a foothold in Bledmeer Faste and were soon joined by a big Albion attack on Blendrake Faste. The Battle Herald was on site and you can find some impressions in the Facebook Album.

Battle Herald: News From The Frontlines

Posted by Kai Schober | 2011 Jul 11 10:28 -0400 GMT

After a lot of back and forth skirmishes without major lands gains, Sunday evening saw the wrath of Albion renewed, when the troops of Billings and Rescu joined forces to recapture Albions relics which were both held in Hibernia. After gaining a foothold in Dun da Behnn the Albion invaders quickly laid siege on Dun nGed and took it while Hibernia defenders were distracted by a simultaneous attack of Albion on Ailinne Outpost and a Migard raid on Dun Crimthain.   

King's Order Extended

Posted by Kai Schober | 2011 Jun 30 08:31 -0400 GMT

After a long discussion the councils in the three realms have decided to extend the opening of the warehouse for one day. While the quartermasters expressed a lot of concern about their shrinking stock of valuable assets, the Champions still were worried about the safety of their kings and were happy to see an increased strength amongst the heroes of their realm. The city guards argued that these merchants attracted some strange and dangerous monsters right to the walls of the city but were drowned out by the loud voice of the treasurer who wanted to continue to count his stacks of coins. In a nutshell: The merchants for the items of the Infernal Invasion and for the Mythirians will stay another day until Friday, 1st of July.
 

King's Order: Prepare for Battle

Posted by Kai Schober | 2011 Jun 23 07:15 -0400 GMT

Spies and well informed sources of the realms are reporting a growing threat on the horizon. It is unclear where this threat originates but seemed to be levied towards the Kings themselves.

In reaction to this threat the Kings of the realms have ordered the Magistrates and Quartermasters across Hibernia, Albion and Midgard to open the weapon and armor stores and allow Merchants to once again sell Infernal Invasion items, including the much sought after Infernal Sleeves. In addition to these wares, the Quartermasters have released their hold on their stores of Mythirians. New Merchants from the Labyrinth will join the Infernal Merchants to sell these Mythirians.

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!

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