Neverwinter UN:Cast Volume 3: Previewing the Workshop with Rainer

Today I’m happy to announce that we were finally able to record the next episode of our “bi-weekly” format that hasn’t really been coming “bi-weekly” this month. The reason for this is really simple: We first had some scheduling and then technical issues on our end… Sometimes stuff just happens. Anyway, we’re not here to give excuses or mourn, but to give you guys some talk about the Workshop system featuring YouTube Rainer. We recorded a basic preview of the Workshop system that goes over most relevant aspects.

Please note though that we originally did the pod over weeks ago and planned to get it out there before the launch. While most information is still correct, there might be some weird reference to the “launch” or what “you should be doing on live right now” that no longer apply. Other than that however, it’s still a good over overview of the new system. So make sure to check it out on Soundcloud or YouTube! Enjoy!

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j0Shi plays the Neverwinter MMORPG since the open BETA in 2013 and is a regular contributor to the blog and the whole UN:Project. Originally a Guardian Fighter, he has built up ALTs of all classes and plays on BIS/near-BIS level.

One thought on “Neverwinter UN:Cast Volume 3: Previewing the Workshop with Rainer

  • November 20, 2018 at 6:11 am

    With today’s patch they gonna change the gold value of supplements so workman’s balm and other easy to make low level supplements not gonna worth jackshit.
    It is amazing how quickly they react and change things when it is something that is beneficial to the players, but they leave shit broken for months if that affects players negatively (broken dungeons for example).
    Such a bunch of fucking shitheads.

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