EQ2: A Brell's Day Celebration

Posted Mon, Mar 17, 2008 by Shayalyn

Beer Hat! Need We Say More?
We're sure there is much our EQ2 community manager, Savanja, could say about the lore behind the famous EverQuest 2's Brell's Day celebration. Perhaps she could sing the praises of this particular deity that would move the masses to tears. Maybe even Brell himself could ascend from the skies and teach us mortals a lesson or two about how truly great he is.  
Or maybe Savanja could just tell you that if you read this guide and do these Brell's Day event quests that you will get your very own in game Beer Hat. BEER HAT! Yeah, it's that cool, and Savanja's monk may never take it off again. Check it out for yourself!

Next on the list is something flying above a village. After a little searching and digging, I found that this refers to Thundermist Village. Head on out there and get your drink on again. I spent a lot of time running around through the village drunk and looking for something in the sky, but alas, those jokster devs put the flying pig inside one of the barns. Of course the sight of several players running around drunk and doing the same was well worth the cost of time.


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