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If you read my profile you will see that I am looking forward to Age of Conan: Hyborian Adventures, and of course Pirates of the Burning Sea. Luckily for me, both of them scored huge with the staff of at E3 with Pirates of the Burning Sea winning Editor's Choice of Best MMO and Age of Conan becoming a finalist. I have been very patient in the wait for Pirates of the Burning Sea which was set for release in 2006, but luckily it looks as though it was worth the wait. What I have seen from E3 of the game looks AMAZING!! If you’re an mmo type of guy (or gal) and you haven't looked into it yet I recommend you do so immediately. First off, who hasn't dreamt of playing a pirate, getting to sail around in the Caribbean plundering, burning, and killing through out. Or as I plan to do, hunt down these scallywags and bring them to justice. In all seriousness though the features in Pirates of the Burning Sea are going to be cutting edge. From the Sword fighting which is set to feature several different sword techniques and various upgrades to your character(hp,strength,etc.), ship-to-ship combat, and the supply-chain economy which is similar to that of Eve: Online. What interests me the most though, is the PvP which is shaping up to be pretty badass, the whole idea of earning "unrest points" for your nation by delivering supplies to rebels and attacking foreign merchants among other things is very intriguing. I will be getting this game as soon as it hits the shelves, so look for me in the British Navy if you do get it:P
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