The Weekly Caesar, Issue 7: Your Source for Imperial Warfare News
August 1, 2011


I. Feature Article: It Ain't Easy Makin' Games, Part II
II. This Week's Events
III. Advice from the Warhorse's Mouth
IV. Hot Item: Guarantor Stone
V. Weekly Trivia for Ten Cobalt Ores!

+++I. Feature Article: It Ain't Easy Makin' Games, Part II.

The word glitch is thought to have possibly entered the English language from the Yiddish word glitsh, meaning "a slip." Not all glitches, however, have to make you lose your footing in a particular game; just like the Master Hand error reported in the last article, many can actually help you stand your ground, or at least don't push you over....
See how to use a programming oopsie to ride a metal Donkey Kong (

+++II. This Week's Events.

Upcoming Guild recruitment event with MAJOR prizes for winning Guilds. Keep an eye out at (

+++III. Advice from the Warhorse's Mouth.

What a pity; no advice was submitted last week! Want to dispense useful advice for IW players in future issues? Direct your suggestions to!

+++IV. Hot Item: Guarantor Stone.

Mall Price: N/A
This super-sweet gold-mounted gemstone allows you to Reinforce Equipment worry-free up through Level 10 as it guarantees the maintenance of your Equipment's current level even if Reinforcement fails. Reinforcement from Levels 1 through 5 is always effective, but upgrading beyond Level 5 will sometimes fail, causing your Reinforcement Level to drop back to 0 and forcing you to start the whole laborious process over again. But slip a sweet Guarantor Stone into the mix before Reinforcing, and you don't have to worry at any level. Excited? Rumor has it that a future patch offers an even cooler version of this Item...

+++V. Weekly Trivia.

This week's question: What was the topic of the first multiple-post extended article on the Imperial Warfare Blog?

Please direct your server name, IGN, and response to by 23:59 PDT August 6, 2011 for your chance to enter a prize drawing for THREE Guarantor Stones!

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