By eavave • October 18, 2011


Hey all, just a quick blog post to let you know that we'll be testing a new feature early this week, and about an upcoming change in the shop.

Starting sometime today (Monday), you'll be wanting to watch your Shareholder Mail, as there could be some free Eaves coming your way.

What you'll be experiencing (and helping us to test) is the tip of a very large engagement and reward iceberg that the dev team has been slaving over for the last few months; Shareholder Missions.

Here's how it'll unfold:
Monday: Select beta testers have graciously agreed to help us test this with their shareholders, by sending out a *special* Shareholder Mail or three.

Monday - Tuesday: Shareholder Mail will be delivered and received, hopefully bug free.

Tuesday: Test ends. We start reviewing and implementing comments and suggestions from you and the test team.

Shortly Thereafter!
Once we go through all the feedback and comments (got some? Send 'em here), we'll roll the feature out to everyone, in a very special way, which will also get you some free Eaves.

The Launch
When we turn on Shareholder Missions for everyone (hopefully on Wednesday), it'll be announced through the official Empire Avenue (e)EAV account and will be accompanied by free Eaves!

To participate, and receive this special Shareholder Mission, you have to be a shareholder in (e)EAV .

It's that simple. Invest in (e)EAV and you'll be notified as soon as Shareholder Missions are live. And get free Eaves!

In the meantime, watch your Shareholder Mail, someone you've invested in may have some free Eaves for you ;)

Winter's Coming...
Yep, that season of snow is on its way, (at least for those of us in the Northern hemisphere), which means you won't have much use for the Summer Luxury Items soon. And we need to clean out some space in our 'virtual warehouse'.

So, if you've been planning to pick up a Fun Shiny Warm Day Item, then you better hurry . Rudiger assures me that we'll be out of stock on summer items on October 27th!

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