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Adversarial Camp Goal Reached - Looking Ahead
January 10, 2014 - The Repopulation
We are happy to announce that we have hit the second stretch goal of our ongoing Kickstarter Campaign, which ensures that Adversarial Camps will become a reality. You can read up on what Adversarial Camps in our previous announcement.
The next stretch goal is an extension to the engagement system which we are referring to as Points of Intrigue. In the PvE world Points of Intrigue will pop up in random places infested by creatures or NPCs. Some will require a few players to clear out, others will require multiple groups. The more complicated the Point of Intrigue the better the rewards for capturing it. Rewards will include longer term buffs that will aid your player during your play session, as well as the usual assortment of engagement rewards. Once a Point of Intrigue has been captured, any player who visits that location will receive a receive a buff for a period of time. Some Points of Intrigue will also spawn special NPCs who are only available upon their completion. Once the timer expires, a new Point of Intrigue will appear somewhere else in the world, attracting players to the new challenge.
The PvP variety will work in a similar fashion with players needing to conquer the Point of Intrigue, but only 1 Nation can be considered the winner. The Nation then will be able to select if Allies of the Nation will receive any of the minor benefits. More Point of Intrigues will provide city and nation incentives, such as improving happiness in the Nation’s cities.
The goal of this system are similar to most engagements: To provide an ever-changing list of opportunities, which encourage players to work together under a common goal.