Earlier this month, last Wednesday to be specific, Wildstar gave us some background information on the Aurin race in their upcoming MMO Wildstar, via an interview with Liara the Aurin herself.
Yesterday, however, it was time for the Human race to shine in Wildstar Wednesday over on Carbine Studios' official homepage. Once again, Carbine had the chance to sit down for an interview with one of their very own characters; Buck, a Human Explorer.
An excerpt from the interview reads:
Q: Where exactly are you from?
A: Well, us humans from the Fleet ain't really from anywhere. We been wanderin' out in the Fringe for a long time, lookin' for a place to set down roots.
Q: So you don't have a homeworld?
A: Well, technically we come from planet Cassus. But it's been a long, long time since we left. Seeing how things turned out there, I think we got the better end of the deal.
Q: Cassus. Wait! Isn't that the Dominion homeworld?
A: [Puts hand on gun] I don't recommend you say that again.
Q: Moving on. Let's talk about those pistols. Are you always packing?
A: You bet I am, mister. And they ain't for decoration. Growin' up out on the Fringe like I did, you learn pretty quick that your best friends are the kind that you wear on your hip. They're loyal, dependable, and they don't talk your ear off.
Q: Do you find guns useful in your line of work?
A: Well, if by 'your line of work' you mean exploring, then I'd say 'sure as a head shot', friend. You don't want to be venturin' into uncharted territory without a little insurance. And if that insurance is the kind that puts holes into things, all the better.
Q: What other kinds of tools do explorers use?
A: That's a big list. But I'd say that the most important piece of equipment for an explorer is something we call the Locator.
Q: Sounds interesting. Tell me more about it.
A: Well, simply put the Locator is kind of like a compass. Except instead of pointing you east, west, north and south, it points you to things like secret mountain passes, hidden valleys, and subterranean caves. Since those are the kinds of things that explorer's are lookin' for, it turns out to be one of them tools you can't live without.
The full interview can be found on Wildstar's official homepage over at http://www.wildstar-online.com/. We're looking forward to learning more about Wildstar so be sure to stay tuned to Curse.com as we get more info.