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This Weekend in Neverwinter

Category: Neverwinter News
Posted: February 15, 2018 07:28PM
Author: Grilka8050


The Neverwinter developers have several fun events going on this weekend that start today! The Wonders of Gond, Virtual Currency Bonus, Guild Marks Sale, and 2x Refining Stones. These events end on February 20 at 7:30am PT, with one exception; the Virtual Currency Bonus ends at 9am PT.

The Virtual Currency Bonus event is similar to how it’s been in the past, as you can see below.

Neverwinter is also having a 20% off Guild Marks sale! Any items that are purchased with Guild Marks now cost 20% less! You can purchase things like Stronghold Food, Armor, Professions resources, Enchantments and more!

This weekend also features a Double Refining Stones event. Each time you pick up an enchantment or refining stone, two will drop instead! This event was created when the developers changed the refinement system in Mod 12b in October 2017.

There used to be a 2x Refinement Weekend, where all items converted to Refinement Points would be worth double the normal amount. This isn’t as great as 2x RP, but it’s better than nothing!

Sources: Valentine's Sale, Arc Games



Neverwinter: Wonders of Gond Event Starts Tomorrow

Category: Neverwinter News
Posted: February 13, 2018 08:26PM
Author: Grilka8050


The Wonders of Gond have returned to Neverwinter. This steampunk-themed event is back for just under a week, so hurry on in! It begins on Wednesday, February 14, at 7:30am Pacific Time and ends on Tuesday, February 20 at 7:30am Pacific Time. Plenty of time to check it all out!

Craft Doohickeys and equip them to help attack in battle, or you can trade them for a Creations of Wonder pack. These include a high chance for an epic mount, or you can get some other great prizes instead.

There are resources expended along the way towards crafting a Doohickey, which can instead be traded for smaller prizes. You can get an expendable Doohickey, Toy Apparatus of Gond, or Mechanical Alters.

Given the recent refinement changes, the Doohickey is deviating from the current refinement system and sticking to the old way. This allows the developers to keep the refining materials exclusive to event resources, instead of pooling all resources together. You can craft Gond refining resources using your Professions, starting with raw materials that will be dropping from enemies.

Also available is a Blueprint on the Zen Market. You can use this to receive 1,800 event refinement points. These points are exclusive to the event and cannot be used on regular refining items.

Source: Arc Games



Neverwinter: Lost City of Omu Campaign Details

Category: Neverwinter News
Posted: February 9, 2018 05:21PM
Author: Grilka8050


Neverwinter has announced the continued story of the Jungles of Chult, set to launch February 27th. In the search for the source of the death curse, Celeste and her allies have followed the clues to the Lost City of Omu. This was once a powerful city, but now it’s just a crumbling memory of a people who were devoted to the Trickster Gods. There are still remnants of the Shrines for these Trickster Gods, hidden in the Undercity. Remnants such as the one you can see below and at the source.

Lost City of Omu

This new zone continues the dangerous jungle themes of Soshenstar River, combining with a crumbling infrastructure reminiscent of the River District. There are a lot of familiar dinosaurs, along with some of their dangerous cousins lurking about. The new zone brings new quests, hunts, rewards, and danger, so be sure to check it out at the end of the month.

Source: Neverwinter Developer Blog



Neverwinter Call to Arms: Garrundar the Vile This Weekend

Category: Neverwinter News
Posted: February 8, 2018 06:29PM
Author: Grilka8050


Maintenance is all over with, so now it's time to check on what awaits us as we dive back into Neverwinter! This weekend is the “Call to Arms” event in Neverwinter, starting Thursday, February 8, at 7:30am PT, and ending on Monday, February 12, at 7:30am PT. This fun event includes slaying a black dragon, which provides some great rewards. What are the rewards, you might ask? Well, some of those have to remain a secret, but there are some we can tell you right now to get you salivating at the thought.

One of the treasures is a Lizardfolk Shaman companion. This is a leader/healing companion, but it also deals some decent damage; it’s a great companion to use while leveling up! You can also get some weapon transmutes and the Jungle Cloak Dye Pack.

Source: Acrgames.com




Neverwinter: Rewards for the Lost City of Omu Arrives February 27

Category: Neverwinter News
Posted: February 6, 2018 09:50PM
Author: Grilka8050


Neverwinter has some exciting new items planned for the Lost City of Omu, set to launch on February 27th. These include mounts, gear, weapons, and artifacts, so you can find plenty to like as you journey through the new adventure at the end of the month.

There are two Rare level mounts announced: Suratuk’s Ruby Strider and Eku’s Titivated Lion. Both of which you can see below!

 Omu Mounts

There’s also going to be Vivified Primal Gear, Item Level 510. By completing the new skirmish Cradle of the Death God, you can collect a “priceless item” to trade for the components you need to Vivify your Primal gear.

 Vivified Primal Gear

Two of the weapon sets have been announced for Neverwinter: the Primal set and the Tyrant set. The Primal set can be upgraded using “Soulmonger Ampoules,” also available from the new skirmish.

 Exalted Primal Weapon

The new Skirmish also has a chance to drop the newest artifact, “Decanter of Atropal Essence.” This is to be part of one of the three new artifact sets.

Omu Artifact

Remember, all of these go live on February 27. If you try to log into Neverwinter tomorrow and find out you can't, don't worry as it's just some maintenance. During the downtime, be sure to check out the Neverwinter social media feeds for a chance to win some prizes!

Source: Press Release



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