EverQuest II Details Dungeon Maker Changes

Posted Thu, Jul 12, 2012 by Martuk

SOE has posted a list of changes for EverQuest II that will make some enhancements to the Dungeon Maker feature. One of the biggest changes is the ability to play as your own character in the player-made dungeons, but there’s more to it than that. Two new features are being added to enhance storytelling with new objects that can be used to turn characters into actors, like your standard NPC, and new customization options are being added for the pop-up windows. Additionally, there will be new charm and headgear pieces made accessible at every ten levels from 20-90.

Read all the details on the EverQuest II website.

Source: EverQuest II Dungeon Maker Changes


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