EverQuest II News

  • I wouldn't normally post something like this as breaking news but I couldn't help myself after reading the first line - "If I punch him really hard in the beak, I bet he'll shut up."

    That's my kind of story! Read the entire chapter here.

    Get your EverQuest 2 Lovin Right Here!

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    Fri, Feb 24, 2006
  • You can now get the digital download of Kingdom of Sky from the Station Store. Here is what you can look forward to.

    Update #20 Is also here. What does that mean? PVP baby!

    Find out more at our EverQuest 2 Community Site!

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    Wed, Feb 22, 2006
  • It's time to dress up in your battle armor and head to Atlanta! SOE has opened up registration to the Fan Faire! For the mere cost of $125 you can get yourself a fancy T-shirt, Admission to the grand banquet and .. yes there is an and.. the welcome reception. It's a fabulous deal. Truly it is!

    Or you could just check out our EverQuest 2 Community Site. It's better than two fan faires put together!

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    Fri, Feb 17, 2006
  • Gosh they're really tempting me to come back.

    Bonus Adventure Experience Weekend!
    Hail, Norrathians! The time for Kingdom of Sky is nearing, and we have some exciting news for you. On Friday, a new live event will begin hot on the heels of Erollisi Day that is intimately entwined with the upcoming expansion launch. Additionally, running from Friday morning until Monday evening, enjoy a Bonus Experience Weekend for all adventurers. Remember, Kingdom of Sky is set to launch on February 21st along with Live Update #20, as are the all-new Player-versus-Player ruleset servers. See you all in EverQuest II!

    Almost there... throw in a free trip to Bali and I'm in!

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    Thu, Feb 16, 2006
  • There are new cinematics to be had for the EverQuest 2 expansion Kingdom of Sky. You can get the movie here here.

    Sony seems to be going through a growing pain at the moment. It's certain that Blizzard has shaken them off the mountain that they've been king of for nearly six years. With any luck they'll come through this phase with some fresh new ideas and content that screams play me.

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    Thu, Feb 16, 2006
  • Ok this one time in EQ we were storming the Plane of Sky...

    Sound familiar? Looks like they're bringing back Sky. If I still played the game I'd be ecstatic. If I still played hah!

    It was a fun zone. However, this time it's supposedly bigger, badder and filled with more monsters. GameCloud interviews Ryan Schwayder about this new expansion

    Gamecloud - First, how did the idea for the Kingdom of Sky expansion come about?

    Ryan "Blackguard" Shwayder - We'd been planning this expansion for some time, planting seeds of the story throughout the base game and Desert of Flames, as well as in the back-story for EverQuest II. With the collapse of some of the planes in the absence of the gods, the effects of such an occurrence would be felt throughout Norrath.

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    Tue, Feb 14, 2006
  • Looks like this scary bug we call romance has hit all of the developers. SOE has it's own version in the form of Erollisi Day.

    It's time to spread the love, Norrath; Erollisi Day is upon us! Speak with Stinky in the Commonlands or Goldie in Antonica to show the fullness of your heart. You may be tasked with finding hearts among the dangers of Norrath. Like love, these items are hard to find. Make sure your setting for Particle Quality is greater than Minimal, or love will surely escape you.

    Let's hear it for this Hallmark Holiday that allows us to get free candy and gear!

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    Mon, Feb 13, 2006
  • The Latest Did You Know is up.

    Did You Know?
    Participating in Arena Champions isn't just fun, it's also rewarding! You can earn titles by defeating foes and winning matches in the Arena. Does Blackguard the Triumphant sound like a cool title? We think so, but you'll need to get 500 wins in the Arena to obtain this prestigious level of fame (or infamy, as it were). Read on for the list of titles awarded for participation in Arena Champions combat!

    Titles for Wins

    * the Contender - 100 wins
    * the Triumphant - 500 wins
    * the Victorious - 1000 wins
    * the Champion - 2500 wins

    Titles for Kills

    * the Combatant - 500 kills
    * the Assailant - 1000 kills
    * the Vanquisher - 5000 kills
    * the Gladiator - 10000 kills

    Earn these titles and become a feared combatant in the Arenas at Maj'Dul, Freeport, and Qeynos!

    Will PVP save EverQuest 2? Only time will tell.

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    Fri, Feb 10, 2006
  • What happens when you release EQ2 and WoW in the same month? Well.. you get servers shutting down. It's shaping up to be a pretty good game but it doesn't seem to be enough.

    As outlined in the recent EverQuestII producer's letter we will be starting the server moves on Monday 2/6/2006 at 3:00AM PST. The list of the servers that will be moving and the dates which they will be moving are as follows:
    # Monday, 2/6/2006 - Faydark will move into Befallen
    # Tuesday, 2/7/2006 - Innothule will move into Crushbone
    # Wednesday, 2/8/2006 - Steamfont will move into Oasis
    # Thursday, 2/9/2006 - Oggok will move into Blackburrow
    # Friday, 2/10/2006 - Neriak will move into Kithicor
    # Monday, 2/13/2006 - Lavastorm will move into Nektulos
    # Tuesday, 2/14/2006 - Grobb will move into Everfrost
    # Wednesday, 2/15/2006 - Highkeep will move into Butcherblock
    # Thursday, 2/16/2006 - Toxxulia will move into Guk
    # Friday, 2/17/2006 - Shadowhaven will move into The Bazaar

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    Mon, Feb 06, 2006
  • Sony put up a new Character Progression Dev Article on the EverQuest 2 page. I don't play the game anymore but reading it was quite interesting.

    Players now select their profession at character creation instead of moving from archetype to class to subclass. For example, you can choose to play a Wizard at character creation. When you arrive in the world, you will be a Wizard--not a Mage. Distinct spells and arts designed for each profession are now given immediately in place of the more generic archetype and class versions. You are a member of your final profession right away instead of waiting 19 levels to do so.

    Some of the previous class and subclass quests still exist, but they are not required to progress in your chosen profession and will no longer restrict your level growth. Existing characters that were at the archetype or class level will be prompted to choose a profession before logging into the game. Existing spells and arts will be replaced (at the same quality level) by the new profession-specific abilities.

    Well what do you know? Evolution at it's best.

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    Thu, Feb 02, 2006
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