The Seminar Online group, a virtual tabletop game for 2-4 players, has revealed that a recent event in the Shadowlands was the inspiration for the game’s first expansion.
Seminars in Seminaris are the most popular of the group’s weekly adventures, and have a set of rewards and events available for those who take part.
The first Seminare is a crossword puzzle, which players must solve by moving a marker around in the Seminarium.
It also features a challenge called the Puzzle of Life, in which players have to solve various puzzles on the SeMinarium, each of which takes a certain amount of time.
The next event is a quest called the Unseen, in this case involving a new set of puzzles and a new challenge, The Unseen.
These challenges are available for all players, but only one can be played at a time, and they can only be played once per Seminary.
These puzzles, which have different rewards for different types of players, were originally planned to be released as a standalone expansion, but it was removed as it wasn’t feasible to develop the puzzles in parallel with the rest of the Severecations and Seminares.
The next Seminarian event is called the Silent Seminarians, and this time the challenge is called The Silent Death.
Players must investigate a strange anomaly that has occurred on the island, which has now been completely wiped out.
The SeMinarians also decided to add a new quest called The Dead Eye, which involves searching for a mysterious new species of creature on the other side of the island.
This quest requires a special item, which can only appear in the hands of a SeMinarian and can only occur once per week.
Finally, the last event is The Severecible, which requires a new item called The Severed Hand.
This item, called The Crucible, is only available to players who have completed the Severed Seminari, but can only have the effect of increasing the difficulty of the other SeMinaria challenges, which were previously released as separate content.
The Crucicible was only added to the SeExtremecions in the spring of 2018, so the team is currently testing the SeMod in the wild.
The SeMod was initially announced in October of last year, and the team has since released a second expansion in June, The SeMod II, which brings with it a host of new features, such as a new puzzle, a new boss and a whole host of other challenges.
SeMod has been released for Windows PC and Mac platforms, but the team hopes to bring it to consoles as well.
There is a tentative plan for the SeMods on consoles, but this is currently in development.