Introduction and General Weeks Events
Unfortunately, two of our co-hosts were sick this week, so Machik had to make due chatting with our special guest Ellypse, one of the programmers for TRP3. Ellypse has been working hard leveling a toon while completing every quest in the game. And Machik laments his inability to actually play WoW due to work, which so often gets in the way.
None this week, but we do have one for our 100th episode!
We didn’t touch on one here, mainly because our guest was part of the team that works on TRP3! So listen in to our discussion with Ellypse!
Main Topic – Ellypse and TRP3
Machik has been using TRP3 for quite some time. As such, it was exciting to bring one of the authors of the addon onto the LoreCraft Podcast for a discussion about the addon, and other WoW related items. Ellypse, who you can find on Twitter @EllypseCelwe, was gracious enough to wake up early in the AM his time to give us insight on why he works on the addon, some possible things coming up in the future, and then to even share his take on the latest WoW short story.
So stick around and enjoy the interview!
Questions and Answers
- Firali Starshadow @Saiisil
- @thelorecraft #craftiequestion if you could bring 1 feature from another mmorpg what would it be and what game is it from?
This week three #craftiemails came into us, and we had a chance to chat about all of them. First, we hear from Squintok Sureshot on the Earthen Ring as he talks about his hunter and the special pets that run alongside him as he takes down the Legion. Then Alisaunder shares with us how to have a dog in Dalaran. And finally, Lurz discusses how the fight between Sargeras and a Void Titan just might happen. Which in turn made Machik giggle.
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