40 episodes! It's been over a year since we started Inside Ankama On Air, and we'd just like to take this moment to thank you all for listening, for sending us your questions, your amazing performances, your encouragement and comments, and most of all, for playing. We love you guys!
If you didn't hear it last week, listen now! It's our special interview with musical composer of Ankama Games, Guillaume Pladys!
Hosts: Izmar and TroyleTopics: Wabbit on a Wampage, High-level content update for Wakfu, and your questions answered!
Izmar and Troyle were very tired this week, so to faciliate your enjoyement of the show and make sure that you're all at the same mental level as the podcast hosts were during the recording, please look deeply into the animated image below while listening to our 40th episode...
As usual, we revealed the identity of last episode's epically performed NPC. It was Poss'Ybel Nhin of Incarnam, performed by Nhipia!
It's WAKFU week for ENPC(P)T, and this week our player performer is Ecaniflip from Remmington. If you know which NPC Ecaniflip enacted this episode, just send in your guess with your account display name (and any tips on pronunciation we should know) to email@example.com.
The winner will be drawn at random from all the correct entries on the next episode of Inside Ankama On Air and will win stupendous WAKFU 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! Oh, and did we mention that you'll also win a prize if we use your performance?
Pick an NPC that you like, record your NPC's performance in an .mp3 file and send the file to us at firstname.lastname@example.org! It's quite simple, all you need is a microphone and the soul of an actor. We're in need of a DOFUS 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!
We're looking forward to hearing from you!