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Archive for January 2010

One Year and Counting...

by Scapes

En Masse was established about a year ago, and this being the first anniversary of the company's founding, I had the notion to write a bit about our progress.

To take you back to the beginning, we started off in a temp office in the South Lake...

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Happy Holidays from Brian Knox!

by Scapes

Greetings, future TERA players!

It is that time of year when one looks back and reflects upon all that has happened, and gets a chance to play the many great games that come out for the holidays. For me personally, it has been a hell of a first...

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Discovering TERA-tories by Foot, Hoof, and Flight

by Scapes

MMOs are known for their giant worlds and TERA is no exception.

I often spend time wandering around to discover new areas and occasionally poking around where I shouldn't. Sometimes my discoveries end in death, but that doesn’t deter my...

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Even the Map Tells a Story

by Scapes

No matter where you go, there you are.

I love maps. As a kid, I traveled a lot and I always had a map in front of me. While technology may have moved from National Geographic and AAA TripTiks to Google and Android, there's still something about a...

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Birth of a Quest

by Scapes

Okay, kids, it's time we told you the truth. You see, when a mommy quest and a daddy quest love each other very much...

...wait, hold on. I think I'm confusing this with something else.

Although, we here in the EME writing room do love each...

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Action = Skill = Fun

by Scapes

TERA will forever change your MMO expectations. Sure, by now you have heard about the action combat, but until you play it—I mean actually get your hands on the keyboard (or controller) and start exploring the worldyou don't know what you...

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Anatomy of an NPC

by Scapes

One of the things we writers do is breathe life into NPCs. TERA literally has a cast of thousands. So how do we make them all different?

It’s a balancing act. We want to introduce enough differentiation to ensure that you don’t get a feeling of...

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From The Desk of Brian Knox: How We Release TERA Info

by Scapes

Greetings!

I'd like to take the opportunity to talk a bit about the upcoming months for us here at En Masse. You may have noticed some interesting information coming out of NHN (TERA's publisher in Korea).  We think it is important that the...

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Returning from a Visit to Bluehole Studio

by Scapes

Ahoy ahoy,

How's it going TERA community? I just got back from a week-long trip to Korea, where key members of our Ops team (COO Pat Wyatt, Director of CS Adam Stayer, and me, Sam Kim—our resident Guy in the Corner) met with Bluehole developers...

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