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It's been a few weeks since we had a podcast, but we're making up for lost time this time! This week, we're putting out a podcast AND an exclusive interview with Ankama Composer Guillaume Pladys. He's going to reveal exclusive information about the early days of Ankama, his work process, and even some musical spoilers! If you miss this one, you'll kick yourself for it later!
Topics: The DOFUS 2.8 update, celebrating the Me Hearty Party, Krosmaster videos, Foggernats in Wakfu, our official podcast OTP, lots and lots of nonsense, and of course, our super exclusive English-Community-Only Interview with Guigui.
As usual, we revealed the identity of last episode's NPC. It was Buddy Hully of Astrub!
Congratulations to Epyon1990, who was this week's winner! We hope you andVonboe will enjoy your prizes!!
It's DOFUS week for ENPC(P)T, and a big IAOA Thank You to Nhipia for providing us with this week's mystery NPC performance! If you know which NPC Nhipia enacted this episode, just send in your guess with your account display name (and any tips on pronunciation we should know) to firstname.lastname@example.org. The winner will be drawn at random from all the correct entries on the next episode of Inside Ankama On Air and will win awesome DOFUS prizes!
Have you always wanted the fame, fortune, and recognition that comes from being part of an MMO podcast? The glitz and glamour of the spotlight could be yours by participating in EPIC NPC THEATER! Pick an NPC that you like, record your NPC's performance in an .mp3 file and send the file to us at email@example.com! It's quite simple, all you need is a microphone and the soul of an actor. We're in need of a WAKFU performance for the next podcast, so don't be shy, step up!
If you have questions you'd like to hear answered on the podcast, drop us an email (insideankama.en AT ankama DOT com), or better yet - leave us a voice message on Skype, or record your question as an MP3 file and send that to us!