Issue 14 of The Archiver is now complete and ready for download.
In this month’s edition we bring you a massive, EXCLUSIVE interview with the Mysteriacs, Adrian and Patrick; containing many interesting details about the upcoming movie. We also chat to Indy from the Guild of Greeters, and have a look back at Eder Gira with Dr CrisGer. With a heavy heart we say farewell to explorer, CAGrayWolf (Wolfie) who sadly passed away recently, but our very own Jeff Wise will bring a smile back to your face as he takes you on a journey back to those first steps in Teledahn.
Once again we say thank you to our growing group of freelancers; with your help we have created yet another great publication. MORE is coming, with even more opportunity for The Archiver to grow. If you want to pitch a few words into this fan production, shoot your ideas over to the.archiver00[at]gmail[dot]com, and we'll give your work a shot in the magazine. Comments and feedback also welcome (and very much wanted!!).
The Archiver #14: Bring you MORE information, MORE interviews, and MORE fun!
The Cavern Today presents TCT Topside 1: New Paths for Adventure.
This Podcast has news, Music by Iain Morland, TCT Tech, TCT Talk, Sh'aeri's "That's Just Me Of Course," and more.
You can get it here:
And as usual, it's available on iTunes.
As with all of our podcasts, we hope you enjoy The Cavern Today - Topside 1: New Paths for Adventure.
The 13th Issue of The Archiver is now available for your perusal.
The focus is well and truly on the future, with a look at the copyright issues surrounding a return of MOUL, a feature on the Uruite community in There, and a massive interview with the Guild of Maintainers.
That doesn't mean we can't look fondly back at what was, though. Szark gives us his take on the presentation by the Puzzlers, while Hitana remembers one of the old Ages, Eder Kemo. Not to mention The Poetry...
This issue couldn't have happened without the help from a few freelance contributors. If you want to pitch a few words into this fan production, shoot your ideas over to the.archiver00[at]gmail[dot]com, and we'll give your work a shot in the magazine. Comments and feedback also welcome.
The Archiver #13. By the community, for the community
Issue 12 of The Archiver is out now!!
Our special farewell issue includes a collection of messages from the community on the closing of the Cavern. Also a special two-part Editorial, with letters from Alahmnat and Narym to round out the year, as we say goodbye to Myst Online: Uru Live.
Now on with the next one but for now enjoy issue 12
The TCT Forums, after time offline, are now once again open, at the temporary address of: