A few days ago I posted that I found out there’s a ferret pet in RoM that I simply had to have. Well, today I came close to finding it on the auction house. I found the Ystra Snow Ferret pet. Not the real, wardancing on-the-ground ferret pet I want but a darn close second. I decided to name him Totti after the companion to Punpui, the subject of the video in the previous post. Totti and Punpui are two ferret Youtube stars from Japan. Sadly, Totti died a few weeks ago. So it is fitting that this winged ferret bear his name.
For the record (IE, to explain to my wife) the grounded ferts I find in game are going to bear our fuzzies’ names. Fex, Aesa and Samson.
Runes of Magic’s new pet system has several dozen different pets that people can obtain. One of which is a ferret.
MUST HAVE FERRET!
I’ll let Mojaemon and Punpui explain…
Dell Mini 10v + Ubuntu 8.04 + Wine + Runes of Magic…
It started, told me my graphics card was too sucky then promptly hung.
Some basic tips on traveling around Runes of Magic. Nothing special, just explaining how to use the methods provided in game to all players.
This is the video version of the blog I wrote near the beginning of the year. It has to do with UI programming, what it is, and how it benefits MMOs. Since the UI is so visual having a video version seemed a natural idea.
Here’s the original blog post which goes into far more detail than the time I had for this video.
I’ve been playing Runes of Magic lately and the same misconception comes up about its pricing scheme. Normally this criticism is leveled against RoM by World of Warcraft players. So this is a comparison of the two to show two things.
A special presentation for a special post. 100th blog, weeeee!!! And for that I revisited my Massively Forgotten Features series in video form. Weeeeeeeedeux! With me actually speaking on the video. Amazingly, very few uhhh, ahhhs and ummmms. Only the second take, too.