The MMOsketeers #13: 2012-05-22

1 hour 7 mins - Published Tue, May 22, 2012 by Arkenor Oakshadow, Petter Mårtensson and Teppo Tastic

Our fabulous MMOsketeers return once again, armed to the teeth with MMO news and discussions – as (almost) always on Tuesdays. Seriously, what would a Tuesday be without them? Nothing!

This week our friendly neighborhood musketeers discussion matters of great import to the kingdom. Will Breki ever start a podcast about Brangelina? What is up with the Looking for Group-tool in Star Wars: The Old Republic patch 1.3? Do they really need all those servers? Will The Secret World be any good? What do you feel about soloing your way through The Elder Scrolls Online? Was George Lucas a good guy all along? And why did Teppo keep the news about Star Trek Online getting fleet starbases secret from the others? Is he part of the Secret World conspiracy?

Also, what about Arkenor’s avatar on Skype and Twitter? Is it a monk or a wizard? And is Teppo actually a ninja? It would explain so much.

As usual, that’s just the beginning!

If you want to follow us on Twitter you can find us at @arkenor, @petterm and @teppotastic. If you want to read about Ark’s adventures in the Secret World’s beta, check out his blog for his beta bonanza posts!

This episode was sponsored by EVE Time Code – check out their site to see how you could earn a free 60-day game time code for EVE Online. If you want to sponsor an episode of the Three MMOsketeers (or any other podcast on the CSICON Network) just head over to our sponsor page.


The MMOsketeers

The MMOsketeers is a show about the latest developments in the MMO gaming genre and the personal experiences of the hosts as they traverse the wide variety of massively multiplayer online games out there.

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