Written by Krink

Recruiting now open for Shaman, Rogue and Beastlord. Exceptional candidates may always apply. Apply Here

 

Call of the Forsaken has been announced to launch on October 8th and Township Rebellion is in full farm mode but eagerly awaiting the new content to be ready for slaying. As our family is finishing up the remnants of Rain of Fear that have slipped through the cracks, or in some cases been procrastinated until the end. We look forward to what is the best part of an expansion in many eyes, The Race. The initial push that starts with groups unlocking the raids hopefully this time we won’t have to rely on Ormus's short legs sprinting up the ramp as the last seconds tick down before a zone repop to complete a mission. Though moments like this can be stressful they are part of what makes an expansion launch fun, there is always an unexpected turn or two which down the road will bring a smile to our faces. Once our day long adventure ends with the raids open and ready, comes a short lull as our members filter into the guild hall and stand ready for the call to move out. The real fun will have arrived! I for one am totally ready for the next chapter. Are you?

 

Below are some fun pictures of our TR family to get you through until the launch!

 

 

Today we interrupt your regularly scheduled programming for a special update that has become an annual tradition!

Happy Birthday to my lovely daughter Rachael, who turns 20 years old today!!  Most of my EQ family knows my daughter, and have watched her grow up from a little girl into a young woman that is part of our TR family.  Enjoy your day, Rachael!! :)

Hardcore Heritage is here and TR has downed the raid and placed it on farm status in no time flat!

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We have a Halfling infestation

 written by Krink

Recruiting now open for Shaman, Rogue and Beastlord. Exceptional candidates may always apply. Apply Here

It has been awhile since the last update but here is a quick filler-inner on what has happened! T3 down! T4 down! Naggy down! 

Wait was that too fast for you? If you blinked you probably missed what happened for us as we stomped through t3 content in 2 days, should have been one but we over estimated raid 1,  then we eagerly awaited t4 content. With the launch of t4 we were bursting at the seams to see what Sony had in store for us!! Event 1 dropped quickly and event 2 causing a minor stumbling block(AKA we wiped once). But up came event 3 I won’t lie to you it was rough! I died exactly eleventy-seven times (that’s an official count!). After 12.5 min of scripting and 45 min of repeating what we had just done victory came! Victory you say? I didn’t hear victory I just heard another top 10 finish for us! I would like to thank everyone for their hard work and determination on this expansion. But we aren’t done yet for this update, we still have August to cover. Hardcore Heritage launched August 16 and helter skelter launched in TR. I need to get this aug, I need that aug, but wait there’s a raid! Lets go kill it! Naggy dropped first attempt (I'll pat myself on the back for the click squad). As Naggy lay dying we played camp all the cool stuff in Castle Mistmore gathering augs galore for our members! THANK YOU ADETIA. Ok ok, I know you're mad because you have to listen to me babble and I haven’t shown you any proof, so I'll shut up and here you go!!!!

 

 

 

 

They say a picture is worth a thousand words... so here are my first 5,000, to go!

 

 

 

 

Well, like most of the other guilds, we eagerly anticipated the latest EQ Expansion, Rain of Fear, and have been super busy with the whirlwind of new expansion activity.  We have now officially cleared Tier 1 of EQ as well as burning down our first raid in Tier 2 (more on that later).  Special shout out to everyone who participated in our Surprise Saturday Incentive program as well as Zaborus, Mako, Kinvaras, and Noteefs, who were our first to ding 100; as well as Krink for his assistance the last few days.  There are many others who deserve my thanks and appreciation as well.  While there are certainly several items that need Sony's immediate attention to correct, overall the launch has been fairly smooth and there are many features that we really appreciate.  Most notably, the bumps of both real xp and AA xp on all the missions makes them a heck of a lot more enjoyable to complete!  Without boring you with the gory details, and also because I am both sick and tired; as well as needing to get back to the grind, this short note will have to suffice, but I will leave you with a collage of pictures provided by our lucky treasure troll, Bidaum.