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Radio Free D'ni - Introductions

Radio Free D'ni, a new music group announced at the last All Guilds Meeting, will be having their first show this weekend!  It's appropriately titled "Introductions".

For those interested in tuning in and gathering with your fellow explorers while doing so, simply use their broadcast stream and Link to Ae'gura on Sunday, August 17th at 13:00 KI time (19:00 GMT/15:00 EST if the KI's clock is off again).

The group, comprised of AlanD, Malaclypse, Edison Rex and Gogo, amongst others, plans to have quite a few shows in the coming months, including:

Jazz on a Clear Day
Vocalese and other unexpected instrumentation
The Sensational Alex Harvey Band
British Prog Rock

Keep an eye on their official thread on the MOUL forums for news on their next event!

D'ni Location: 
Ae'gura
Date of the event: 
August 17, 2014 - 13:00
Submitted by: 
AlanD
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All Guilds Meeting - August 2014

With Mysterium behind us, it was time to finally have this month's All Guilds Meeting!  This one was packed with all kinds of info about what went on at last week's fan-led convention, as well as updates in the cavern as well.  Of course, no AGM summary would be complete without the obligatory raw and cleansed chatlogs.

Here's a condensed version of what happened...known far and wide as a "summary": laugh

Calum Traveler - Mysterium Attendee

Cal was up first to talk about this year's Mysterium, which he himself attended and enjoyed.  He included many personal anecdotes of his time there as well as brief summaries of what he saw at the presentations.  For his full tale, you can read the previously linked chatlogs or see pictures at his DeviantArt gallery.  For another recap of Mysterium's various presentations, you can read Lunanne's recently published article at The Cavern Post.

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Cyan Has Released New Concept Art!

Cyan has just released a large amount of never-before-seen concept art for (unreleased) Uru Ages. Since the announcement at Mysterium, we know that some of these Ages are being actively worked on now, so be sure to check out the concept art to get an idea of Ages we may expect in the future. Special thanks goes to Ryan "greydragon""  Warzecha, recently named the lead Project Manager on the forthcoming game Obduction, for his help in bringing these exciting behind the scene views to the community. 

On a related note, Chiso, an archive for Uru concept art, has been down the last few months, but it's back now, and the new concept art can already be found there.

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The Open Cave Releases v2.17 of MOUL Shard

Just a little over a month since their last update, the team over at The Open Cave released version 2.17 of their MOUL shard!  Changes for this update include:

  • Picture contest winners in CoD
  • Unidentified Object sighted in CoD
  • Timestamps for chat can be enabled in the KI
  • Minor fixes

To update your installation, simply run the client as you normally would and let it download.  If you haven't installed the shard yet, here's some easy instructions on how to do so.

Keep watching our site for more developments on open source projects!

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Mysterium 2014: News Update

As the various members of the cavern community are likely aware, Mysterium 2014 is currently underway in Spokane, Washington. This includes a visit by attendees to Cyan's headquarters, along with a scheduled rare appearence of both Rand and Robyn Miller to this year's conference.

For those unable to attend, a live stream has been set up so interested explorers can follow along.
That, along with a live chat (you'll need to sign up for a free account to participate), can be found at the conventions Justin.tv page.

We here at the Guild of Messengers will keep you informed as the weekend's events continue to unfold.

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