Aye maties! After finishing Marleybone all I can say is....OUTSTANDING!!! This world is fantastic. The quests were great and the finale against Rooke was top notch. The companions talk a lot more and their remarks and conversations had me laughing out loud.....yes I guess I lol'ed. This world is also by far the best looking of them all. It is very rich and the ambient activity adds a lot to the game experience. I couldn't be more satisfied. Now I'm off to conquer Aquila. Great job!
Wicked Erin, Self Appointed Unlimited Class Swashbuckling World Champion Supreme
I also wish to chime in and express my delight in Marleybone as well. I love all the NPCs, such variety --I especially love the sweeping Corgie and Fox women, and the Fox women in their pleasing 1780s-ish clothes. Indeed I especially like the inclusion of more females, though of course I love the variety of males as well. The streets, the lovely wood-frame homes, the period bedrooms and inviting hearths, the kitchens (I love early kitchens) -- it all feels like a place you might love to live in. Except perhaps the sewers -- which are also beautiful! The music is also beautiful and evocative. And of course I love the story! The level of threat is bumped up a notch, which makes it exciting. So drama, beauty, danger, humor... Marleybone has it all!
Me: Avery has new missions for us! The Crew and Me: YEA!
ya it was due - same with wizard it needs an update thats past due. the special stuff in may dont count. to keep customer subscribed you need new content. p101 was very short lived for me within a week i stopped my sub had all the best gear max level etc. Same deal is coming again, i am max level etc companions are near max but since there is so much more to do ill stay subbed longer. All there is to do really is farm for gear :-)
Now that one of my pirates has battled her way to Marleybone, I have to say, in terms of appearance and atmosphere, it is far and away my favorite world that KI has done for either Wizard101 of Pirate101. The dark, foggy streets and the architecture perfectly capture the flavor of of an 18th century port - exactly what I want in a pirate game. Love it! Thanks, KI - and more of the same, please!