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Lord British returns to his fantasy RPG roots with Shroud of the Avatar, hearkening back to his innovative early work.
Lord British returns to his fantasy RPG roots with Shroud of the Avatar, hearkening back to his innovative early work.
Lord British returns to his fantasy RPG roots with Shroud of the Avatar, hearkening back to his innovative early work.
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As Promised! Exclusive Video Interview with Iolo and Lord British!

We promised that when we hit the halfway point of our Kickstarter goal, we would post an exclusive Video Interview with Iolo, the beloved Bard, and Companion of the Avatar from the Ultima Series. Here it is!


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      James on March 12, 2013

      Just got around to watching this and was amazed. Would be great to see some of the other companions in real life and brought into the new game.

    2. High Admiral Doji on March 10, 2013

      Does anyone know if there's a Stones version available on iTunes? Or if there's an MP3 version somewhere?

    3. Solaris on March 10, 2013

      That was awesome! That said, I think with today's tech, Richard Garriot should be implementing Iolo's original duck idea. I mean, it's the very least you can do for Iolo!

    4. Jon Ray on March 10, 2013

      I'm all for a "Iolo soundtrack" contribution stretch goal!!!

    5. Inn Between Worlds on March 10, 2013

      Iolo soundtrack contribution stretch goal anybody? ;)

    6. Oberon on March 10, 2013

      I am confused from the latest video. He was explaining the sale model saying the game will be a digital download which is the trial version. You then purchased the game to unlock it? Was he talking about how they will sell after kickstarter, when the game is complete or are we only getting a trial version with our pledges?

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      OptimusEric on March 9, 2013

      THAT SONG. it brings back memories.....

    8. Paul Carr on March 9, 2013

      Just got around to watching the video. He plays Stones on a lute! I'm totally geeking out!

    9. Renee M. on March 9, 2013

      Loved this! Thank you.

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      Walter Cecchini on March 9, 2013

      Iolo playing the lute captures the feeling that Richard has infused in his games.... This is truly great. Everyone should have an Iolo in their life. I'm jealous!

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      Josh Solomon on March 9, 2013

      Annnnd hearing Iolo play has forced me to put in another $40 :).

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      Dave blanchard on March 9, 2013

      That is so who was dupre mirrored after?

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      Brandon Gagne on March 9, 2013

      If I wasn't already sold, the idea of having master Iolo on board in any capacity would bring me running.

    14. Chooi
      on March 9, 2013

      I was so upset when Lord Blackthorn killed Iolo when your party was caught! Great to see him in real life, even cooler to see that he really makes crossbows

    15. Blackstaff on March 9, 2013

      Great ! This is what Lord British is all about.

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      Taziar on March 9, 2013

      Who cares about the video game, I want more Lute and X-bows. I would love to have an authentic-looking wooden crossbow that actually works. I may have to start saving up for one...

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      Tamara Ryan on March 9, 2013

      Oh no! They're not going to eat that duck are they?

    18. Igor Kurtes on March 9, 2013

      nice video :) thx much.

    19. Paul Carr on March 9, 2013

      Wait... I hadn't thought about that... The old companions could appear in the game, couldn't they?

    20. Stiler Orion on March 9, 2013

      Hearing him play the Stones theme brought back some great memories of UO, among others in this great interview/discussion.

    21. Tyler Renelle on March 9, 2013

      Omg. The real faces behind the characters of my childhood. This is flipping amazing, Iolo was my favorite!