Evening Everyone, For those that have checked out the discord recently, you might have caught the news that I’m stopping work on Aetherforged, due to receiving some opportunities elsewhere and wanting to move forward. It has been a hard decision to move on from Aetherforged, but it was becoming obvious that I couldn’t sustain myself…… Continue reading Final Log – March/April 2018
Hey everyone! We have updates! Patch 0.0.6 contains a lot of bug fixes and cleanup, from dedicated server fixes to resource and stat reworks. Thanks to everyone that contributed to the bugs list over the last month, it’s really served to focus us in on whats making Aetherforged unplayable right now. Also, the tests have been pretty…… Continue reading February Megablog: Sync this
Leaves fell, briefly held aloft by a passing wind. From the boughs of the tree the girl watched, patiently awaiting her target. Noises from above, was it him? She dared not move, lest she be seen. A bird rustled in the branches above her, then screeched its intent. “You always pick a tree.” She jumped…… Continue reading Waoku
Good day everyone! It seems like timing got the better of me this month, sorry for the lateness. There have been a lot of team members away this month, between exams, doctors, jobs it’s been hard for a lot of us to find time to dedicate. Patchlog 0.0.5 Sil’s (the Visionary) ultimate got a visual…… Continue reading January Megablog: Those kits
Haunt moved through the forest silently, as she was taught. Her red shirt was too thin for the weather and her fingertips felt frozen. She’d tied her hair back earlier with a small band, but it’d come loose and now it was splayed out before her eyes like cobwebs. One eye to the sky she…… Continue reading The Fox of the Wilds
I wanted to write our end of month review but have only a little time before the festivities begin tonight (aka cheers at midnight then some gaming till the wee hours). From everyone here at o7 studios, we wish you a happy new year and hope you have had a great festive period. I’m going…… Continue reading December Megablog: New year
Drifts of sand pearled at the tips of her bare toes and two moons shone down on her. The small, man-made stream that should-have-irrigated the edges of Arridia, or at least stopped the desert, dripped like dewdrops in winding paths that she sat on the edge of. The sky was clear enough, but the air was drier than she’d felt in a long time. The girl bit down on her nails impatiently, waiting for him to come and whisk her away.