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Live Warhammer Online Q&A today

With Paul Barnett from 5.30pm GMT.

Warhammer Online creative director Paul Barnett will be answering your questions live on Eurogamer from 5.30pm GMT this Thursday.

As with all our live interviews you'll be able to pop your questions to him via a moderator, and Barnett's responses will appear magically on the same page. You can start submitting questions an hour before kick-off.

Barnett will be outlining a tricky year ahead for Warhammer Online. Mythic remains aggressive, and recently unveiled a very meaty series of updates to roll out from March.

These re-introduce the cut Dwarf Slayer and Orc Choppa classes, as well as open a Land of the Dead zone where players can delve deep into the Tomb Kings dungeon.

This, we're told, will be immense; a spiritual successor to Darkness Falls from Dark Age of Camelot, where all three factions contested control of and access to the riches contained within. And, once ownership changed hands, lingering dungeon-delvers would clash violently with the influx of opposing revellers.

And that will be the tip of the "live expansion" iceberg for 2009, apparently.

Join us from 5.30pm GMT on Thursday to find out about that, amongst other things, and how Mythic plans to re-claim the wave of deserters.

Head over to our Warhammer Online gamepage to get up to speed.

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