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Post by Dan @ 03:10pm 28/10/10 | 2 Comments
Funcom have released a new gameplay walkthrough trailer for Bloodline Champions, introducing their newly revealed character class: The Ravener.
Become the master of the Mace with the Ravener. In this new video we take a look at this aggressive Bloodline and her special abilities and attributes. Dodge your opponents and surprise them with a mace to the face.
For those not yet familiar with the game, Bloodline Champions is an upcoming arena-based PvP game from Stunlock Studios that aims to provide gameplay like the player versus player modes of popular MMOs, only condensed into a more focused experience.

Watch the Ravener video here on AusGamers.

Bloodline Champions is currently operating a closed beta test on PC, with plans for a "late 2010 release".

A few new screenshots can also be found on our Bloodline: Champsion game page.






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Eorl
Posted 03:30pm 28/10/10
Oooo sweet, can't wait to give it a sping in beta.
XaartaX
Posted 01:15pm 29/10/10
Fury Mk2?
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