A Decay of Camelot Story: by Tex

November 9, 2009 by  
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I’m sitting at my computer one day minding my own business when I get what I thought was spam in my inbox on myspace. I opened my mail and realized it was from a buddy of mine asking me to join a game called Decay of Camelot. I ignored him and went on with my normal routine of checking my mail and updating my page. The next day rolls around and again I receive another email from my buddy saying how great this game is and that I should check it out.

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Once again I ignored him. A few days go by and luckily no more badgering emails from my buddy, when I get another email from a different friend telling me to check out Decay of Camelot. I couldn’t believe I received two emails about this game when I really don’t play games a whole lot. So I said what the hell. This is the day my addiction began.

I found the Decay of Camelot application and downloaded it and began to play. I looked around for about an hour and I’m pretty sure a few people put me in the hospital because at that time it was still a fairly new game. I didn’t know what the heck I was doing and I still think that to this day, but after a few days I got the hang of things. At the beginning, I enjoyed the daily challenge of beating someone I beat before and experiencing new things with new people along the way!

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Decay of Camelot RPG Facebook Application

May 9, 2009 by  
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It has been only a short time since our King has fallen. King Arthur, as it seems, was the only thing holding this great kingdom together. Now, less than 50 years later, what was once a beacon for justice has become a thieves den.

There are no longer enough Knights to ward off the threats that haunt ordinary citizens, and so even we have had to learn to at least dabble in the black market. The palace guards are all that is left to fear by those that have taken part in the Decay of Camelot and it is said that even they can be bought for a modest price in these most wicked of times…

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Decay of Camelot RPG MySpace Application

May 8, 2009 by  
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It has been only a short time since our King has fallen. King Arthur, as it seems, was the only thing holding this great kingdom together. Now, less than 50 years later, what was once a beacon for justice has become a thieves den.

There are no longer enough Knights to ward off the threats that haunt ordinary citizens, and so even we have had to learn to at least dabble in the black market. The palace guards are all that is left to fear by those that have taken part in the Decay of Camelot and it is said that even they can be bought for a modest price in these most wicked of times…

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Decay of Camelot RPG Game

May 8, 2009 by  
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It has been only a short time since our King has fallen. King Arthur, as it seems, was the only thing holding this great kingdom together. Now, less than 50 years later, what was once a beacon for justice has become a thieves den.

There are no longer enough Knights to ward off the threats that haunt ordinary citizens, and so even we have had to learn to at least dabble in the black market. The palace guards are all that is left to fear by those that have taken part in the Decay of Camelot and it is said that even they can be bought for a modest price in these most wicked of times…

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