Introducing Faeble

I vowed a while ago that I’d stop deleting characters, mostly because I was deleting high level characters to create new characters on a whim and then deciding I actually wanted those high level characters back. Well, I had two characters that I barely touched that were mostly power leveled and that I decided to delete. Not any of my level 90s (crafter nor adventurer) but my ranger and my monk, both of which I won’t miss that much. The reason? Well I wanted to explore Halas from the new characters point of view – and I also learned that you can now do battlegrounds from level 20+ which was something that I had no idea about.

I decided to create a conjurer, I’ve had one before who I betrayed over to a necromancer. I even had her get to level 80 in sage but she was an ancient character who was far behind in almost every aspect of the game, especially alternate advancement. I deleted her probably a year ago. Anyhow, I decided to create this new character, and start them off in Halas. The quests are quite fun and I absolutely love the look of the gear (pictured above). I do play on both Oasis and Antonia Bayle, but decided I’d create my new character on Oasis (which is where the majority of my characters are) because I didn’t want to deal with the throngs of people who I knew would be roaming Halas on AB (a far more populated server). A little odd of me perhaps but it worked out well I think.

I’ve turned off her experience and set her to 100% alternate advancement so that I can use her as a battleground character. I don’t have the faintest idea what rewards a level 20 would obtain, but I’m excited about it. I’d like to get her as many alternate advancement points as I can first and a nice set of gear before diving into the battlegrounds, but we’ll just have to see how that goes.

Happy gaming no matter where you find yourself!

3 Responses to Introducing Faeble

  1. stargrace says:

    @Bob – It may be 30 for BG’s, I’m honestly not 100% on that myself however there is lower level pvp gear sold just fine for tokens, a few guild mates have gotten discoveries for it.

  2. Bob says:

    I’m pretty sure that you need to be 30 for battlegrounds. However, I haven’t tested it. In any case, you want to level lock at the highest level for a given tier since you will be mentored down for competition. This will give you a small advantage. Therefore, your target level should be either 29 or 39, depending upon whether there is a tier 3 battleground.

    As far as rewards go, you get tokens that are heirloom and can be turned in for decent fabled gear. I haven’t looked exhaustively to see if there is anything but level 80 and level 90 gear available, however it seems that there isn’t anything for lower levels. I could be wrong though.

  3. Dril says:

    Your amazing pics always make me want to try EQ2 again :P

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