Episode 5: Paying It Forward

After a long wait, here’s the fifth episode of the critically acclaimed one of the WildStar podcasts! This time around, your hosts Datix, Domichi, Krissy and Skya talk about MMO economies, crafting and gold sinks. We also highlight a few of our favorite submissions for Carbine’s Pay It Forward initiative, and of course we answer some listener questions including designing our very own raid bosses! Make sure you stick around at the end of the episode for a jam from our main man, Suave Poet titled “Epic Drops”!


What’s in this Episode?

00:00 Intro and special thanks to our guest authors @Anhrez and @Druidsfire! 1,2
02:40 Talking economy, gold sinks and crafting 3
27:50 Pay It Forward “Week” 4,5
37:45 Call for submissions for WildSpaces & Guilds Gone WildStar
40:05 Special thanks/shout-outs and Late Night Dominion recap 6
46:30 Q&A: Design a Raid Boss (from Chris)
55:05 Q&A: UO-style Rares Market in WildStar? (from @Anhrez)
59:00 Jump straight to Suave Poet’s song, “Epic Drops”

Referenced Links

1. [WCQ] What has been the most fun/enjoyable gathering you have experienced? (by Anhrez)
2. New Friends and Why WildStar’s Best Innovation Isn’t the Game Itself (by Druidsfire)
3. WildStar Uplink Analysis: Money Sinks
4. “Epic Drops”, a WildStar Rapstep mix!!
5. Troy Hewitt Picture (Reddit.com post)
6. Late Night Dominion – Episode 9: Peanut Butter and Game Jam

Written by: Datix

8 Responses to "Episode 5: Paying It Forward"

  1. Adam says:

    Really excited for this game, and to listen to these podcasts. Now if I can only find episode 1…

  2. chris says:

    Great podcast guys. The four of you would make an interesting dungeon. I like that you made skya the last boss( aka the hardest). Krissy you would be the most killed boss in the world if you could deny planting anywhere. Not surprised the tank would want to be a gear check. In another words blame the dps.
    Thanks again for sharing with us.

  3. Anhrez says:

    MIMO – Money In Money Out

    Its takes a lot of small process to try and battle inflation
    The challenge is how to make them immersive and not feel punitive.

  4. Anhrez says:

    Oh my …. if no herbalism and Alchemy what will we see? We know there will be some ‘pots’ creation process but the tech effort tied with gardening maybe?

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