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EQual Perspectives #9
Mon, 4 Feb 2008 05:41:00 GMT [download/play]



Troy and Karen return for episode number 9 of EQual Perspectives.  After a mysterious introduction, the duo talk about their sponsor: www.mmotreasurehunt.com. Troy then thanks Beau Turkey for his great segments that he keeps sending in.  The hosts then tackle a slew of email, with a special one from Grimwell!  Troy and Karen often think of being mad MMO scientists, and what MMOstien would they create? Troy is happy to announce that there is a good base of listener to the show, and he looks forward to increasing the listeners of the show. 

Karen and Troy then tackle two big subjects for the show: Contents & Group and Everquest 2 Epics.  The two each have their own opinions on what can be done to increase grouping and what would be the best line of epic gear for the game.

Finally, Beau Turkey talks about his problem -- too many alts!

Listen and enjoy.

*  Everquest II Introduction
*  Shout out to our Sponsor of our show: www.mmotreasurehunt.com
*  Special recognition to Beau Turkey and his special segments
*  Listener Emails
*  Listener & Fans of Equal Perspective
*  Virginworld's forum posts
*  Mightydar and Content & Groups
*  EQ2 Daily and the prospects of Epics
*  What our character's are doing
*  Beau Turkey and Altolism

Links:

www.mightydar.wordpress.com
www.eq2-daily.com

Troy's 18 Characters:

Lillipad:              22nd Froglok Berserker
Godaka:             4th Sarnak Inquistor
Braincheese:      21st Ratonga Defiler
Upathii:              31st Erudite Illusionist
Phuskok:           1st Human Swashbuckler
Tuffenuff:            30th Ratonga Necromancer
Cuddles             41st Ratonga Fury
Elladaan            44th Wood Elf Paladin
Comstock          33rd Barbarian Templar
Shalimar            74th Gnome Warlock
Willowbrae         22nd Fae Warden
Darcon               26th Dark Elf Dirge
Pumpkinx          35th Halfling Ranger
Nastytooth         19th Ratonga Bruiser
Kulkallkan          34th High Elf Conjuror
Shannarra          36th Troll Berserker
Wiiwhomper       18th Fae Monk
Wiser                 56th Gnome Mystic

Next Week Troy's Crafters....

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Episode 9 Discussion Thread

'Man I'm scared to log in now!' by Beauturkey
Submitted on 2008-02-04 01:24:32 CST
After your intro Troy! Brilliant! You should commercials....for scary places. :)



'Man I'm scared to log in now!' by Beauturkey
Submitted on 2008-02-04 01:42:46 CST
After your intro Troy! Brilliant! You should commercials....for scary places. :)



'Duobox tip' by Blacktop
Submitted on 2008-02-04 10:29:15 CST
Hey Troy,
Great episode again, i use a neat program called multiplicity for my duo boxing game play. Basically you use 1 keyboard and mouse and it use the lan to switch from one PC to the other by hot key or (this is the neat function) moving you moving you mouse curser outside your left side (or right side, depend on your settings) of your screen and it will transfer your keyboard controls to your other machine. It also has a dropping box that tells if your controlling the other machine, so you don’t lose sight of your curser

I use my laptop and took a little time to get use to but duobox i don’t use a extra mouse or keyboard



'Does Multiplicity work with Vista?' by Shalimar616
Submitted on 2008-02-05 07:34:45 CST
I had a program way back when playing EQ1 that allowed me to alt-tab between two versions of Everquest, but now I have 1 vista and 1 xp box (the xp box is old, but can still play everquest 2 on very low settings).

It would be nice if this program worked with Vista -- but knowing Microsoft it probably doesnt.

Troy



'dont know, try the trail :)' by Blacktop
Submitted on 2008-02-05 09:46:14 CST
I got 2 XP machined so I’m not sure

They support XP and Vista. But multi platform I don’t know,
But there is a 15 day trail so may worth a try.


Oh, and if it works. Plz let me know :)



'Another Good Show-Grouping ' by Alali
Submitted on 2008-02-05 12:18:34 CST
One thing that came to mind for me during your grouping segment was possibly setting up a third tree much like AA, but that would have possible raid specific skill adds. This is the "end game" for many people, so if it was done right many people might be interested in grouping with others to obtain these bonuses.

The ability to obtain a new title might be motivating...


Lastly maybe a time based reward as well, much like one can see the exact amount of time they have been in game, "16 days, 13 hours, 12 minutes..." maybe the same type of stats for in group time, with a /claim group command which would bring up grouping rewards which would be motivating??

Just some ideas, thanks again for taking the time to do the podcast.

Alali




'My first listen!' by Orkomage
Submitted on 2008-02-05 22:59:46 CST
Great show and looking forward to the next one!

--Shawn