An Ultima Online-inspired Minecraft server, with factions and PVP.
WtF Dragon, Gradilla Dragon, and Chlorthos Dragon discuss the generic nature of Ultima’s Britannia as compared to other, more fleshed-out RPG settings.
Rock, Paper, Shotgun’s Jake Tucker, an Ultima newbie, took some time to explore Ultima Online.
A lighthouse set atop a small castle or fortress? Quite possibly the place called Waveguide.
The remnants of a hilltop castle on a desolate island…it could well be the redoubt once known as Bordermarch.
What is a companion, in an RPG context? What is a henchman? Does the distinction even matter, and if so, why?
A mighty tower rising above mountains? There can be but one place in Britannia this might be.
Britannia has many mountain ranges, not all of which have commonly-known names.
A travel brochure for a luxury tour of fair Britannia.
A rocky cave opening onto a sandy beach, or possibly a desert. It could easily be Ultima 7’s Desert Dungeon, no?
Rustic Dragon will be doing…something…related to the Hearth of Britannia tomorrow.
I have always imagined that the Cape of Heroes, and the islands that stretch out from it, would look something like this.
Visit Britannia is a website all about Britannia, set up in the style of a travel guide.