EverQuest: Rain of Fear Expansion Goes Live

Posted Wed, Nov 28, 2012 by Martuk

Who would have figured that after EverQuest launched in 1999 it would still be going strong even today. The 19th expansion to the EverQuest saga shipped out today with Rain of Fear, a continuation of the storyline that began with the House of Thule and Veil of Alaris expansions that tasks players with gaining control of the essence of fear and restoring balance to Norrath.

But that’s enough about the story. Rain of Fear also includes a level cap boost to 100, new zones, a new Collection system, an Aggro Meter, additional customization options and more.

EverQuest: Rain of Fear is available today in Standard ($39.99) and Digital Collector’s ($89.99) Editions. Visit the EverQuest website to learn more. Patch notes for the update are available here.


The 19th Expansion in the Long-Running MMO Raises Level Cap to 100, Adds New Zones, Raids, Quests, Items and Spells

SAN DIEGO - Nov. 28, 2012 Sony Online Entertainment, LLC (SOE) today released the 19th expansion for the groundbreaking massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG), EverQuest®: Rain of Fear™.

Continuing the storyline from House of Thule and Veil of Alaris, players have released the stolen power of Fear. This power is returning to Norrath, falling from the sky in the form of crystalline shards. Who will gain control of the essence of fear and bring balance across Norrath? It's up to the players as they travel across the world to gather these shards, battle new and familiar foes and reclaim the power of fear.

The new Rain of Fear expansion raises the game's level cap to 100, adds new zones, raids, missions, quests, spells, items, and new tradeskill recipes. It also introduces a new Slayer System, Aggro Meter, and Collection System, along with an improved brokering system that enables offline selling.

"In its 14th year of continuous development, the EverQuest team continues to release high-quality, immersive content for EverQuest," said Thom Terrazas, Producer, EverQuest. "Rain of Fear adds a huge volume of new content to the game, and it finally breaks the three-digit barrier by raising the level cap to 100. We believe players will love adventuring through the new content and revisiting classic zones with exciting new encounters."

EverQuest: Rain of Fear content and features include:

  • Level cap increase from 95 to 100 - Players can now achieve a new max level of 100 and set a new standard of gameplay.  
  • Slayer System - Players can gain special rewards and titles for defeating large numbers of foes.
  • Aggro Meter - A brand new tool to help players better manage their aggro. Players can now see their aggro level relative to their group.  
  • Collection System - Players can discover items throughout Norrath and collect sets for exciting rewards and titles.
  • Improved Brokering System - Players can now sell items in the Bazaar while being offline! More flexibility as a buyer to search and purchase from anywhere in the world.  
  • New Linear Item Progression - Stats on armor collected will increase as players move up from one tier to another.
  • Customization with Non-Visible Armor - All non-visible armor in Rain of Fear can now be worn by all. Players can customize their stats for every encounter.
  • Class-specific Stat distribution - Players can now collect items that are designed specifically for each classes' abilities.
  • Legends of Norrath™ - 5 Legends of Norrath Legacies Digital Booster Packs.

EverQuest: Rain of Fear is rated T for Teen by the ESRB with the content descriptors for suggestive themes and the use of alcohol and violence. Rain of Fear is available for $39.99 USD. The Collector's Edition, which includes several in-game bonus items, is available for $89.99 USD.

Standard and Collector's Edition items include:


  • Harbinger's Staff (Only Available with Pre-Order)
  • Fear Corrupted Phase Spider Metamorph Totem (Only Available with Pre-Order)
  • Collector's Dimensional Case
  • Traveler's Rucksack
  • Idol of Cazic Thule
  • Holegresh Metamorph Totem
  • Contract of the Apparitional Alaran 
  • Painting: Rain of Fear
  • Bracelet of the Severed Hand 


  • Harbinger's Staff (Only Available with Pre-Order)
  • Fear Corrupted Phase Spider Metamorph Totem (Only Available with Pre-Order)
  • Collector's Dimensional Case
  • Traveler's Rucksack
  • Idol of Cazic Thule
  • Holegresh Metamorph Totem
  • Contract of the Apparitional Alaran 
  • Painting: Rain of Fear
  • Bracelet of the Severed Hand  
  • Collectors Only Collection Quest
  • Journeyman's Pocketed Rucksack
  • Evantil's Abode
  • Holgresh House Pet
  • Contract of the Fallen
  • Painting: Shards Landing 
  • Thulian Bracelet of the Severed Hand

For more information on Rain of Fear and other EverQuest expansions, please visit:

About SOE
Sony Online Entertainment LLC (SOE) is a recognized worldwide leader in massively multiplayer online games.  Best known for its blockbuster hits and franchises, including EverQuest®, EverQuest® II, Champions of Norrath®, PlanetSide®, Free Realms®, Star Wars®: Clone Wars Adventures™, Vanguard® Saga of Heroes™, DC Universe Online, and the recently launched PlanetSide® 2, SOE creates, develops and provides compelling online entertainment for a variety of platforms.  SOE is building on its proven legacy and pioneering the future of online worlds through creative development and inspired gameplay design for audiences of all ages.  To learn more, visit

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