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Wanderers of Sorceria X2: The Turning Wheel

A new short campaign follows up on The Dark Ocean, The Turning Wheel follows the painfully average person Shion who has to deal with supernatural friends and devious family members to make a dishonest living. Features:
  • 3 campaign missions
  • Slice of life cutscenes featuring characters such as Kanna, Ziel, Miranda, and Ayame, among others
  • Terrans VS Zerg and Protoss VS Zerg. Everyone hates Zerg!


CC Staff UntamedLoli and IskatuMesk have been quietly working with Starcraft 2's first major Total Conversion, Carbot's StarCrafts, which turns the game into a playable rendition of his long-running animations. Created with handcrafted graphics and previously unseen techniques and technology, StarCrafts strikes deep into the sleeping custom content earth of Starcraft. You may now find it on the Arcade in-game.
Wanderers of Sorceria X1: The Dark Ocean ~ The Tale of Hokuto Version 1.1 Update

Several bugfixes and graphical updates were made to The Dark Ocean. The fixes include:<
  • Chaos Wave completely reworked.
  • Whirlpool no longer damages destructables (and therefore no longer destroys bridges).
  • Cone of Frost works faster than it used to.
  • Divine Storm now properly roots the Hero in place.
  • General Character model updates.
  • Several of the Invaders look more appropriate.
  • The time-out for the switch puzzle is fixed.
  • Several high-value targets don't deal as much damage as they used to.


Once again, Lavarinth manages to stall on creating Podcasts as IskatuMesk constantly harasses him to sit down and record. After finally pulling all his hair out launching the new Campaign Creations site, Lavarinth accepts his annual duty to join the not-so-round table and have a chat with IskatuMesk. In his clear attempt to be professional, he even manages to mess up the recording volume, making IskatuMesk reverb in the recording. Pushing through, the duo discuss the site, content, staff, games, and editing goals and values for new and existing modders.

Tracer, the time-jumping adventurer from Overwatch, is getting ready to make her Heroes of the Storm debut! Equipped with the chronal accelerator designed by her gorilla scientist pal Winston and a pair of deadly pulse pistols to match, this highly mobile ranged Assassin zips around the Battlegrounds of the Nexus, catching enemy heroes off guard and then vanishing before they have a chance to react.

Discuss Tracer's appearance into the Nexus here!

A celebration of epic games and an epic community.
November 4–5, 2016 · Anaheim, CA

Blizzard has announced details for BlizzCon 2016! It's happening once more, right back in the Anaheim Convention Center later this year! Read their announcement below:

Summon your mounts, open up a portal, and set a course for Southern California for BlizzCon 2016! Blizzard’s tenth epic gaming convention and community celebration is returning to the Anaheim Convention Center on Friday, November 4 and Saturday, November 5, 2016.

Group up with your fellow Blizzard gamers and get ready for two days of in-depth discussion panels with our developers, hands-on play time with our latest games, and intense esports tournaments featuring top pro gamers from around the world. We hope you’ll join us as we celebrate 25 years of Blizzard games—and you, the players everywhere that have helped bring them to life.

BlizzCon tickets go on sale later this month, April 20th and 23rd. Click here to read their official announcement, and here to discuss BlizzCon with us at Campaign Creations!
After a multitude of indescribable years through thousands of delays, issues, updates, and more things unable to be recalled... it has happened. Campaign Creations now features its new and forever-teased layout. For more information regarding the new layout, you're invited to watch the featured video on the front page. While this layout is a definite improvement over the prior, we know there's still much more that can be done, and even more that needs to be done! Please bare with us as we continue to work towards finalizing this iteration of Campaign Creations' web page as we move onto bigger and better things.

Credits for (nicknamed) CC2016 Theme:
Web Design by Joel Steudler
Flashy Buttons by Lavarinth
Gimmicky Helpful Coding and Mutalisks by Taeradun

OutsiderXE, creator of numerous Warcraft III campaigns, has released his latest work - a Co-op Campaign titled Shadow of the Xel'Naga.

"StarCraft II: Shadow of the Xel'Naga is a custom campaign for the award-winning Real-Time-Strategy game StarCraft II, created with the StarCraft II Editor. All 7 maps were released on November 27th, 2015. They are available on the StarCraft II Arcade, free for everyone."

Based on the like-named StarCraft novel written by Gabriel Mesta, the project features gameplay covering a variety of genres. It can be accessed through the Arcade directly within Starcraft 2, and does not require a retail version of the game to run, only the starter version.

More information can be accessed on OutsiderXE's portfolio site, including screenshots and a complete video playthrough.
Blizzard Entertainment announced this past Tuesday that StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void, the third game in its acclaimed StarCraft II real-time strategy series, has warped in to retailers around the world and is now available in the Battle.net Shop. Witness the conclusion to the three-part story after so many years gone by. Happy playing!
You are Hierarch Artanis, leader of the mighty protoss race. Years ago, your homeworld of Aiur fell to the merciless zerg Swarm. Now, at long last, you have raised a powerful fleet of warships known as the Golden Armada, and are poised to reclaim your world. But an ancient evil—Amon—threatens this destiny and the fate of the entire galaxy. Only you can reunite the protoss factions and defeat the coming darkness before it consumes all life in the sector.

Source: StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void
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The Overwatch beta officially begins October 27, and we're getting ready to invite our first batch of recruits for some field-testing! Read the mission briefing below to learn more about our plans for the beta, and don't forget to sign up if you're interested in helping us shape the fight for the future.

A few more things: The Overwatch beta will be Windows-only, and you'll need to have the Battle.net desktop app installed to play. If you're selected to participate in either the Closed Beta or one of our Beta Test Weekends, you'll receive an email with instructions when you're ready to be deployed. Read this article to make sure our transmissions won't get filtered, and don't forget to opt in if you haven't already.

Check out the details and sign up if you haven't at the Overwatch website.