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Heather Richtmyre's Archive on Game and Player

Articles by Heather Richtmyre

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Hello, Space

Heather Richtmyre
// May 25, 2010

Venturing forth in EVE Online.

Reading the T10 Leaves

Heather Richtmyre
// May 12, 2010

What does a character's outfit tell you?

DDO Update 4: Sentinels of Stormreach

Heather Richtmyre
// April 27, 2010

Not too serious — but clever and enjoyable.

Meanwhile, in the Other Fantasy World

Heather Richtmyre
// April 13, 2010

On the most famous tabletop's MMO.

One-Liner: Technically

Heather Richtmyre
// April 4, 2010

What exactly is a gamer?

Pavlov's D-Pad

Heather Richtmyre
// March 30, 2010

How many button-pushes do you really think about?

The Numbers Challenge

Heather Richtmyre
// March 16, 2010

Cataclysm, character statistics, and barriers to entry.

The New You

Heather Richtmyre
// March 1, 2010

More on RPG character customization.

You Are So Beautiful

Heather Richtmyre
// February 18, 2010

Faces only a player could love.

I Thought You Said You Wanted Me to Tank

Heather Richtmyre
// February 1, 2010

It isn't easy getting all the attention.

You Know Like No One Told You How

Heather Richtmyre
// January 19, 2010

On pure classes and dual-specialization.

Heroic Proportions

Heather Richtmyre
// January 5, 2010

When in-game terms have too many meanings.

Roll the Bones

Heather Richtmyre
// December 22, 2009

On Fall of the Lich King.

Can't Buy Me Love

Heather Richtmyre
// December 7, 2009

World of Warcraft's micro-transactions.

The Rogue, a Cleric, and a Mindflayer Named Fred

Heather Richtmyre
// November 24, 2009

So I gave Dungeons and Dragons Online a try.

Rows and Rows of the Finest Virtuosos

Heather Richtmyre
// November 10, 2009

Hybrid balance and the meaning of offsets.

Dear Hunter:

Heather Richtmyre
// October 27, 2009

Long time no play.

Can My Dad Come, Too?

Heather Richtmyre
// October 20, 2009

Two's company, three's a crowd.

Dressed for Success

Heather Richtmyre
// September 29, 2009

Gear is a funny thing. So many opinions about it, so many ways we can toy with it.

The Finest Achievements

Heather Richtmyre
// September 15, 2009

The achievements I appreciate the most are the quirky, little things that I'm not obligated to do.

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