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Reply #35 on: August 23, 2007, 08:03:09 AM

I tried to get the Jade Tiger title, but I came up a bit short.  I just remember some type of fish that was incredibly annoying to hunt, so I finally decided it wasn't worth it.  Try getting the Fallen Dynasty 'Golden Sun" title, it is fuckin crazy one to get as well.

Yeah, those stupid fish.  You can work around that part though.  The quest gives you several random mobs to hunt every time you get it.  Just delete it and get it again until you have a set without those fish.  The part I'm talking about that is after that, you have to grind something like 50,000 faction points at 100 points a kill against 55+ heroics.  Good luck getting a group to help you.

Golden Sun you have to do raids over and over again to get pebbles or something right?  Yeah, I didn't even consider it.  I've only seen 1 person ever with Golden Sun as their title (level 70, exile, with full EoF Fabled...  I.e. uber catass), I've seen a couple of Jade Tigers/Ebon Dragons though.

Also, the Wurmslayer HQ (A Thorn of Old) has never been done on my server.  That would be cool to get 'firsts' on, bit of a pain in the ass though.

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Reply #36 on: August 23, 2007, 08:42:24 AM

Card game hotfix broke EQ2. 

Dumbasses.

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Reply #37 on: August 23, 2007, 11:58:22 AM

Yeah, there is definitely alot of 60+ content with KoS and EoF out...but most of the instances in EoF can be done in an hour.  KoS not so much, nest runs are under an hour easy though.  I forgot about Fallen Dynasty, but really the whole pack is ho-hum.

"Ebon Dragon", is that one of the KoS Faction titles from the monk orders?

Which KoS instances take over an hour? Halls of Fate and vaults are the only ones I can think of that'll take over an hour with a pickup group. HoF with a good group maybe an hour 15. Dev of the Devourer is pretty short, an average pickup group should be able to crank it out under an hour. Nest can be done in 30-45 minutes, think my record there was 20 minutes in a 3-man group (tank & healer were fully raid geared and I was dps fully mastered with kos raid weaps but not much armor). And it's been a while since I've run Blackscale but I thought that one was pretty short as well.
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Reply #38 on: August 24, 2007, 07:45:49 AM

You may ask yourself: "What does this have to do with Bat Country?"

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Reply #39 on: August 24, 2007, 08:30:31 AM

Same as it ever was, same as it ever was...

Tuned in, immediately get to watch cringey Ubisoft talking head offering her deepest sympathies to the families impacted by the Orlando shooting while flanked by a man in a giraffe suit and some sort of "horrifically garish neon costumes through the ages" exhibit or something.  We need to stop this fucking planet right now and sort some shit out. -Kail
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Reply #40 on: August 24, 2007, 11:20:20 AM

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Reply #41 on: August 30, 2007, 08:08:38 AM

Ok, so I don't have a whole lot of experience doing dungeons, fighting anything more than the occasional ^^^ heroic. Since I'm kind of blocked from getting blood iron ore armor (which reminds me...I can make Deathfist armor (lvl 37), hit lvl40 armorer, just need your plans and materials...and an escort to the forge!), I thought I'd take a page from Chorulle's book and go hit some low-level instances for some drops (the alts...they are hungry!). I picked Crushbone, because it's grey to green, with the higher end being lvl28, I'm level 37. A typical fight with a 28 ^^^ will leave me with 90-100% health, 50% power. I was taking down pairs of ^^ ending with a bit more power loss, maybe 30-40% power at the end of the fight.

I was having real problems with multiples and respawns. If there were 2 ^^^s in an encounter, I usually had to feign it off. Not having monk feign, then I'd have to wait 2.5min to get feign up again to try it over. I'm pretty sure the monk method makes heavy use of feign to kill the adds first, however I can only do this once realistically. And then the respawn kicks in if I wait to have it up again. I was careful and only died once to accidental aggro (never been in there before, guy was hiding around a corner on me), but I had to pass up a couple nameds that were up because they were paired with ^^^. I guess I could've feigned after taking out the add, but respawn was hounding my heels (particularly wanderers).

I'm kitted out in mastercrafted/legendary, with at least Adept I (Master II Harm Touch and lifetap proc, a couple  Adept IIIs). Got some +10str totems (I pull with their slow effect if possible). I also have a racial hide that's on a 5 minute timer, which can seem forever in a dungeon. I've got some totems for regen, so it's not a /huge/ problem, also have lvl 40 provie food.

Any tips to help me solo in dungeons, fighting Heroics? I definitely feel pretty whupass for my level, I was taking on lots of solo stuff (no v arrow) four levels higher, and I've taken down a -1 level overland ^^^ Heroic, as I said the greenies aren't a big problem aside from power drain. Just some trouble moving fast enough and the big problem of linked ^^^ encounters.

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Reply #42 on: August 30, 2007, 10:18:27 AM

You can run away?

No being facetious but having a character that doesn't have feign death and also can't take to much pounding has taught me to kill off the attendants, run off the named and then come back for him or, situationally, evac and come back.  Takes a bit of effort and some prep but it's generally doable.  You might also be able to supplement your FD with the tinkered one to speed things up.

But yeah, in my experience it's kill off the adds and reset the encounter so that you can fight the named solo.

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Reply #43 on: August 30, 2007, 11:34:32 AM

Can't run away in dungeons, tried that running out of CB last night. Chased me all the way up (and killed me), and that was only the three greens between where I was and the greyed out mobs. Can't imagine any more, I'd be dead in steps.

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Reply #44 on: August 30, 2007, 01:10:59 PM

Did you yell to break the encounter and get full speed and full health regen?  Against -9 green^^^s with you in good plate I would expect you to regen health even while being hit.  Make sure you are using the totems with health regen would be the only other thing I would suggest.  You can also get evac clickies and emergency health potions.

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Reply #45 on: August 30, 2007, 01:53:02 PM

D'oh. Need to remacro that, I took it off when I was a newbler and have been typing it in while autorunning :P But it still isn't a solution, as I would then have to make it all the way back to the broken encounter again after running away, through a crowded dungeon.

Oh well, I guess I just suck and will stick to overland hunting unless anyone else has some  input? I miss the old feign on my necro from EQ, maybe I should roll a monk, though I do like my SK alot.

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Reply #46 on: August 30, 2007, 02:53:16 PM

I dunno man.  Maybe some invis totems?  Feign and Invis are about the only things anyone gets.  I guess enchanters can mez and mem-wipe and charm?

Mostly I just don't go after nameds in dungeons when solo.  That you can get most of the way there at all is pretty good to me.  Death and a couple of failures isn't that much of a penalty though, I say just stick it out and say some you can get and some you can't.

I've never done Crushbone but I would think areas of RoV and some portions of Stormhold should be in your range.

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Reply #47 on: August 31, 2007, 03:17:27 AM

I will most likely show up sometime in november, when this rush of new games finally dies down. Though I may play the night Halo 3 comes out for shits and giggles.
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Reply #48 on: August 31, 2007, 06:56:10 AM

Just made my first batch of SoW totems last night, so invis/stealth totems are a little ways off, I've exhausted my woodcrafter's vitality bonus. BC is doing pretty good with crafting, 3 characters just broke into T5 (Olyndar, Wyll and Vith; alchemy, woodcrafting, and armoring, respectively...and my butt still hurts from the armoring grind, hard metals are teh debil). Also dinged BC to 15, now just need to find 5pp to customize the cloaks and 9pp for a 40% horse...

I logged into CB last night, as it's where I logged out. I could probably wiggle down and grab the first green named, I was kind of in a hurry since I only had a few minutes to play. Tried to totem pull him through the room and picked up an add, my bad for rushing. Feigned him off. Waited for feign to recycle, took out the door guard who had respawned, snuck around the corner to pull the add mob and a cast had spawned...woopsie. Aggroed him, didn't feel like fighting him, so I verified that at least in CB, even if you break the encounter and sprint, they will chase you to the zone exit. Luckily everything was grey and he was a wimpy mob.

I guess I just need to get a better feel for feign timing, and get around to those invis totems (which have been my priority for some time now). Like I said, I'm almost there...if I had Chorulle's (monk) feign...at least my feign is AA'd down to 2.5min timer from 5 minutes. My feign is 74%, sure doesn't feel like it, though. So glad I took the racial hide, too, even if it's a 5min timer. Comes in very handy. Also need to get that DFC armor made, just need an escort into the forge to babysit me while I pound out six suits of armor. The extra mit should help out, even if the set bonus is wimpy (+1% crit, I'm getting about +8% per AA right now).

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Reply #49 on: August 31, 2007, 11:08:39 AM

If you want to cheese it add 'Reshe' to your friends list and send a tell and next time you see me on I'll help you clear to the forge.  You wont get xp for it but you can't have everything.

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Reply #50 on: August 31, 2007, 11:50:56 AM

I play with combat experience turned off. It's very liberating, I'm more focused on doing stuff than min/maxing experience...and I level too fast anyway! I'd appreciate the help in the forge, I need the gear upgrade imo, tired of lvl 32 armor :) I'll keep an eye out for you.

I do need the last bit of blood iron ore (I have 5 of 6 needed for set), I'll just buy it if I don't have it when you're on. I've only scouted from the front door to the forge, is there an access quest for the back door?

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Reply #51 on: August 31, 2007, 12:14:29 PM

There used to be, I think.  Don't need it anymore.  Back door is pretty easy, just zone in and climb the rope and work your way to the forge.  There are critters in the moat though and a named (38^^^ I think, the Sludge Cleaner) that wanders near the back door once you are inside.

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Reply #52 on: August 31, 2007, 06:01:45 PM

EQ2 is so seriously fucked up now.  The servers went down early this afternoon, Oasis is still down, but I wouldn't bother logging in to any server tonight.  They've been rolled back to 7 AM this morning.   Every time you zone you get an AA... yay?  It's not like you're going to get to keep them.  When you complete an instanced quest, it updates and then un-updates when you zone out.  I'm not entirely sure about regular quests.  Stuff you gather for collection quests disappear when you zone, too.  I heard it's all because of the card game.  I don't even like card games! 

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Reply #53 on: August 31, 2007, 06:21:12 PM

What?? OMG the game was getting sweet and I am looking at a long weekend with a wiz, sk, and fury that I am really liking. I have been playing the card game. I think I will like it if I ever get on top of it. I guess this is my bioshock week end then. Crap, fricking sony.

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Reply #54 on: September 01, 2007, 05:55:39 AM

All servers are up now.  The patch notes claim that it wasn't related to the card game but, eh, whatever.  For a game at this level of maturity to be down pretty much all Friday is highly unusual.  Really, there has hardly been any downtime (maybe none?), in my experience, since I start playing again.

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Reply #55 on: September 01, 2007, 07:15:16 AM

People are saying it was related to cloaks or something now.  Thing is, the last few little updates have been the card game.  I guess we all assumed.  I'm still assuming. 

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Reply #56 on: September 01, 2007, 08:39:17 AM


Ironically, the reason for the friday hotfix (which we try to avoid doing, exactly because of potential like what occurred) was to fix a problem that caused a few characters to get into a state where they would crash the zone they were trying to log into.  The number of characters would have grown over the long weekend, hence the time pressure on getting the fix out.

Completely unrelated to LON.  One thing I like about the setup that we have with the Denver studio is that their entire game (client and server) can be updated while EQ and EQ2 are running, even though they partially share our patchers.  Unless it's an integration issue, they can update at will with no downtime on EQ/EQ2 folks.

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Reply #57 on: September 04, 2007, 07:27:39 AM

Thanks for the update, Scott. I'm excited for the card game even if I can't play(still no 720p support, LoN tech forum says they're working on it), but even I have to groan when there's a hotfix related to it. So I can see where the grumbling is coming from.

I only experienced a few hours of Oasis downtime, glad I had that old launch character left on LDL that I can't stand to delete because he's got the cheesy launch jboots (10% run, no stats). Wish you could reclaim if you delete the character.

Lesson learned a long time ago: always roll an alt on another server. CoH used to do that now and again, and I'd always have a backup to go play.

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Reply #58 on: September 04, 2007, 05:38:57 PM

I am liking the card game. As in I am 5000 times better up to the point that I suck. But I am liking it. Lots of depth with out the goofy mechanics of MTG. Lots of thinking about card interaction. Head scracticing over Deck building. A thought hits you at work and you scribble down notes kinda of a thing. I am liking it. It might go live tomorrow. Eating food and drink while you are learing kinda blows goats. I am looking forward to launch.

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Reply #59 on: September 05, 2007, 06:34:48 AM

Some notes. Still unable to play LoN. I think the dev's name was Scarlach that said they were working on 720p support. Probably seems like a small issue, but when you can't play due to it, it's a big issue to you.

I'm at 40 armorcrafting. Which means I can make the deathfist armor if you guys can provide the books and materials. After I get more crafters into T5 I can probably do the materials except for the blood iron and fulginate, because until they change something about hard metals, it's a bitch to get enough to level an armorcrafter.

Just made my DFC set last night (thanks for the escort service Murgos...wait that, sounded wrong), now I'm all shiny. Armor's a bit busy for me but the bump in mitigation helped me tank a heroic quest that's been on the rolls for a while, though I did use Chorulle's feign technique to thin out the encounter. Had an audience show up (it was in a public traffic area, I was worried about someone cherry-picking the named for AA while I was recouping after feign), that was kind of cool. Didn't even use harm touch! Shadowknights are cool.

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Reply #60 on: September 05, 2007, 06:42:41 AM

Just made my DFC set last night (thanks for the escort service Murgos...wait that, sounded wrong), now I'm all shiny.
Sky's hot for my toon.

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Reply #61 on: September 05, 2007, 01:32:35 PM

Kinda cool checking out other characters your level on your server with EQ2players.com. Turns out I have the most hp and power of all SKs my level. A few have some nicer gear mostly due to my neglect of my jeweler alt (and saving ruthenium for spells rather than jewelry). Oddly, my Attack rating is inexplicably lower than a few of them, though my Str is higher. Dunno.

Some REAL ghetto outfits out there, some people with no earrings at level 37? Some with no charm slot items (though obviously some were harvesting with tools, etc). I'm surprised how few use a bow, and how crappy most of the bows were. Only one I can recall using a quiver!

Some good ideas for upgrades, too. Going to grab some jewelry and a better shield...and have ye olde Wyll craft me a wand, decent crushing dmg and I've been looking for a decent beater for crushing skill. Seems a feysteel 1h axe beats out my (old!) feysteel long sword by a little margin for dps. Odd.

The single worst character had the same amount of playtime as my SK, but with utter shit gear. And I've taken pretty much as long as one can realistically take to level in EQ2 if you're actively playing, so I can get some quests and gear done...definitely sheds some light on posts I read about really crappy SK tanks. Fairly gear-dependent class, and then throw in a decent AA build...turns out I'm in pretty good shape after all, despite not having fabled gear or a sugar daddy (and on par or better than a few of those I saw).

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Reply #62 on: September 05, 2007, 01:49:40 PM

Evidence of playstyle differences.  If I'm leveling a character, I rarely get good gear because I often level at a rate that renders my gear as obsolete a day or two after I get it.  Also most MMOG players have very little knowledge of game mechanics.  If you talk to the general gaming population, you'll find that many have never given the mechanics of the game a second thought.  They just like to log on, chat, and kill some stuff. 

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Reply #63 on: September 06, 2007, 06:24:47 AM

I've mentioned a few times that I'm in no race to the end. There's a lot of content for early and mid levels that people rush past, then gripe about the lack of content at the end. I guess if you're main interest is raiding I could understand, but for solo-oriented players, rushing to the end is self-defeating. I have combat experience turned off, I even stopped playing my SK for a few days until I could get this past armor upgrade.

Speaking of mechanics, I'm wondering how to stat up my wizard, who I turned combat exp on for. He'll move quicker, but I still want to gear him up while I can. He's over 200 int right now, and I've heard people say after the soft cap it's better to get +mana or focus on other stats. Anyone know how the soft cap is calculated? When I first logged in he had a bunch of Sta gear because he was tanking stuff now and again using coldshield, but I hooked him up with more int stuff for spell damage.

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Reply #64 on: September 06, 2007, 07:55:48 AM

http://eq2players.station.sony.com/en/news_ff.vm?FeatureName=combatchanges&section=development#CharacterAttributes
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The effectiveness of Strength, Agility, Intelligence, and Wisdom buffs has been increased. The effective cap is set at 7 times the character's level. For example, a level 30 fighter will receive an increasing melee damage bonus up to 210 Strength, while a level 40 wizard will receive an increasing bonus to spell damage up to 280 Intelligence.

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Reply #65 on: September 06, 2007, 08:23:59 AM

I don't think anyone in Bat Country races for anything.  The most catassing I've seen is a few guildies who were grinding out guild points because they want more space or something.  People will group if you want them to but no one is fussed about it and they're quite happy to solo or craft.  We're all supreme foozles because we've all know each other so every one has access to every thing.  We're so laid back we're nearly dead.  We're building up a nice group, too.  Chorulle is there now and Artificial Kid joined not so long ago.  Righ has been off all games for a few weeks but he'll be back eventually... or so he says.  I've given up CoX (shuddup you!) for a while because I'm having a better time in EQ2.  But then, I can only play CoX for a couple of months and then need to take long breaks... it's the way I've always played it. 

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Reply #66 on: September 06, 2007, 08:47:49 AM

I'm on the trailing end of a 2 month stint in CoH as well.  I may come back to EQ2 and join you guys for a month or two since I miss being ignored.  I miss grabbing those ! and ?.

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Reply #67 on: September 06, 2007, 08:56:54 AM

Well, most of us are supreme foozles because we've been posting here for years. Folks like Falwell, who are new, go on probation. Don't feel bad, it's only because you're new, not because you're not cool. We've had to kick the last two people on probation, though :( I doubt Falwell will be in that category, you seem cool if a bit vulgar at times :P

Thanks for the info, Murgos. Looks like he's right about where he needs to be with Int, so I'll bring up some other stats. Going to poke my head into the class boards to see what's good (I'm fairly resistant to the official board weenies). Either go with more Sta for health, Agi for avoidance or Wis for resists, I'd imagine. The SK, being a hybrid and needing Str and Int (and Sta, really) is a lot tougher. At 37, he's Str 153, Agi 88, Sta 114, Int 138, Wis 40 (though his resists are not too bad thanks to gear). 2829 health/1850 power without food/drink buffs (str/int/sta), and I'm not sure eq2players adds in buffs, either. So he's doing good for health/power even with suboptimal stats.

Tragny and gimpyone are regulars, but left coasters so they play late most times I see them, mid-30s and they often duo together. I try to join them when I can. AK is still kinda low, but we have alts in his range if he ever needs to group. Cho never needs to group because he's the uber god of EQ2 (j/k, he does rock but I've helped him on some quests). Not the big grouping guild, but we're always there to help if you need some. Send Wyll the materials and some coins to cover fuel and I'll grind out SoW totems for you, should have invis totems in a couple weeks. We're crafty!

I officially adopted EQ2 as my only mmo this summer. Might go back to CoX for a fun stint, but it always wears off way too quick. Wish the combat style and flying and whatnot were the way it worked in EQ2!

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Reply #68 on: September 06, 2007, 02:23:02 PM

Well, I'll weigh in as well, my playtime has been severely curtailed because of the missus and work (goddamn phone) but I will lend any of my toons if you guys need extra damage dealt. Just let me know a few hours ahead of time.

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Reply #69 on: September 10, 2007, 09:52:09 AM

Got a LoN booster drop from a lvl 41 mosquito. Darn TCG-playing skeeters! Since I can't play the game right now due to bugs, and the market is silly, I sold it for 12pp, which is like 3x as much plat as I had. More than I've had with all my characters combined. Good deal.

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