WarhammerAlliance.com has once again posted their weekly WAAAGH! update - enlightening us to all the big happenings of the week! The big news, of course, is the arrival of patch 1.2.1 and a few of the server issues that arose shortly after. Mythic seems to have handled any outstanding server issues and the chatter turned back to class and strategy discussion with some important threads about the High Elf White Lion class.
Here's the Warhammer Weekly Round-Up:
Another eventful week in WAR with the release of 1.2.1. But that's not all.
Here's a summary of what went down this past week:
- Not one week removed from the capture of Karl Franz comes the fall of T'charzanek on the EU server Eltharion. Exodus, The Blackhand Order, Death Company, and Death Watch banded together to fell the mighty Destruction leader.
- Class features continued with a focus on the High Elf White Lion class. If you were interested at all at the lore and philosophy behind this mighty melee DPS career, look no further.
- Mythic announced the impending arrival of patch 1.2.1 to all servers for the following day.
- Warhammer Alliance began looking for new blood to bolster their staff ranks. If you want to volunteer in any of the three sections/teams that make Warhammer Alliance the great fansite that it is, this recruitment thread was the place to find the skinny.
- Patch 1.2.1 arrives on the live servers after some downtime. Highly anticipated with fixes to stacking AoE, the new token system, and more, many players logged in to try out the new and shiny.
- Unfortunately, patch day blues plagued many players and Mythic, as the developers acknowledged stability issues and then quickly took multiple servers down for maintenance to apply client hotfixes.
- Client problems continued to be an issue as servers were once again taken down for maintenance. Mythic took down all the servers this time and not just some of them in an effort to apply care to existing code.
- Some burning questions on the minds of the community were answered regarding Tomb Kings, as Grab Bag No. 14, focusing on Beyond the Sands, was released.
- Reassurance was given to players that stability was the priority for this weekend and that Mythic was on top of the current problem, which had resulted in inaccessible city sieges and other client crashes.