You get what you pay for. Or at least what you deserve. All the whining in 2017 about Seasons... Was it really necessary when there are so many other constructive suggestions to make about the War Dragons game? Boo hoo, the new Spring dragons are too, well, springy. The Fall dragons are too Halloweenish. Blah blah. Well, good job. Winter won't be wintery. Just saying, in case that fact matters to you. No sparkly silver, glitter-breathing wyverns of lore. I doubt you'll find anything wintery at all about the next family of season dragons.
As you might know, last month my Adored and I as well as several other members of the Creators Faction trekked to San Francisco to visit the office and partake in other fun things. During the visit, we got to spend a lot of time touring the office, and one of the highlights for me was getting to speak with PGKharnyx in the art department. There is actually an upside to being a wallflower. Hanging back a bit from our touring group, I was the last to enter the art department which was nearly empty by the time I got in. PGKharnyx offered to me, "Would you like to see the winter dragons?" Would I like to see Santa Claus, too? Of course I said yes. He showed me a glimpse of next season's dragons. Mighty and bright, warrior-looking beats in warm colors suited for a coliseum battle of old, the dragons looked great, but not at all the sterotype for winter. The above gif is *not* a rendition of the authentic art either; it is an Alleviates' digital representation from her mental recollection adorned by her silly stuffed Pog imposter.
So before you go whine about this and complain about that, perhaps think it through. And I'm not saying all forum posts are complaints, far to the contrary, I think a lot of good has come from player suggestions. I've even seen players falsely banned be redeemed by sharing on the forums and talking politely, directly with devs in structured, cordial conversations.
But before you rant, before you complain to the masses, think about the impact. This winter won't be very chilly in War Dragons. You'll see. Then again, some do like it “hot,” and they’ll be pleased.
So you'd better keep an eye on the War Dragons Official channels (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Website, Forums) as well as here at War Dragons Info or our Facebook or Twitter for an official glimpse at the Winter concept art coming soon!