It’s been almost five years since the last major expansion to City of Heroes, City of Villains, was released. Players who stayed with the game through the transition from Cryptic to NCsoft have been eagerly awaiting information about the game’s upcoming expansion, Going Rogue.
City of Heroes Issue 17 is a free expansion for the popular superhero MMO. The expansion introduces a new storyline, new features for both heroes and villians, and a new graphics mode to provide an amazing visual experience for players old and new.
So you’ve read my suggestions regarding your first hero characters, but what you really want it to play a villain, be evil, and wreak havoc on the Rogue Islands! In this guide I will introduces the three introductory villain Archetypes: the Stalker, the Brute, and the Corruptor.
City of Heroes recently released their Mission Architect feature marking an MMO-first for player generated content. This article takes a closer look at this ground breaking feature and what it means to the game.
Even with basic guides to creating a character in City of Heroes it can be a bit overwhelming to start. Without some prior knowledge you might just find yourself making an unfun decision that could have been otherwise avoidable. Relax, take a deep breath, and let’s start from the beginning.
Check out all the badges your hero or villain can earn through participating in PvP combat. Our guide includes information on all the badges that can be earned in Warburg, Siren’s Call, Bloody Bay, and Recluse’s Victory.
Our City of Heroes emote guide gives the full rundown on all of the animated emotes in City of Heroes. Check out the full listing of City of Hero emotes, as well as a listing of the most useful within Paragon City and the Rogue Isles.
Easily locate and earn all the City of Heroes exploration badges in Striga Isle, Talos Island, Terra Volta, Warburg, and inside Safeguard Missions using our handy guide. Find detailed locations for each badge, including specific coordinates.
Our in-depth guide will help you sort through the multitude of archetype, powerset, and costume customization choices for your hero or villain. Follow the advice in our guide and get the most out of your City of Heroes or City of Villains character.
Check out part two of our guide to Day Jobs in City of Heroes and City of Villains for information on Day Jobs for villains as well as the Accolades that can be earned by obtaining multiple Day Job Badges. Learn how to gain cool powers like “Sleep Gas,” “Baton,” and “Smoke Grenade.”
Easily locate and earn all the City of Heroes exploration badges in The Hollows, Independence Port, King’s Row, Ouroboros, Peregrine Island, Perez Park, Pocket D, and Recluse’s Victory using our handy guide. Find detailed locations for each badge, including specific coordinates.
Easily locate and earn all the City of Heroes exploration badges in Rikti War Zone, Siren’s Call, Skyway City, and Steel Canyon using our handy guide. Find detailed locations including specific coordinates for each badge.
Heroes and Villains alike can now earn bonuses and temporary powers through the innovative “Day Job” system. Check out the Day Jobs for heroes along with their associated temporary powers, bonuses, and badges.
Easily locate and earn all the City of Heroes exploration badges in Crey’s Folly, Croatoa, Eden, Faultline, Founder’s Falls, Galaxy City, and The Hive using our handy guide. Find detailed locations for each badge, including specific coordinates.
Easily locate and earn all the City of Heroes exploration badges in the Abandoned Sewers Trial Zone, Atlas Park, Bloody Bay, and Boomtown using our handy guide. Find detailed locations including specific coordinates for each badge.
Check out all the amazing rewards associated with years three, four, and five of the innovative City of Heroes/City of Villains Veteran Rewards program. Each milestone comes with special badges, decorations, powers, and costume unlocks not available elsewhere in the game.