EverQuest II is Sony Online Entertainment's premier hybrid membership MMORPG sequel to the original iconic EverQuest, and is set 500 years after that time frame. All the beauty and challenge of EQ may also be found in EQII, along with improved features, deeper adventures, and a friendly community. On its own, EQII also brings a beautiful and dangerous world, complete with exciting and engaging locations, battles, quests, and achievements. And it may all be experienced for free!
The EverQuest II site has been updated with a brief note to let players know that Kunark Ascending expert dungeons and raids have arrived in game. Twelve dungeons and two raids are now available for expert play. As the post states, with greater risks come greater rewards. Finishing one of these special dungeons or raids will yield better loot. It's hard to beat that enticement.
Nothing says Springtime mor ethan the arrival of Brewday in EverQuest II -- and how great is it that BrewDAY lasts for eleven days? If you haven't checked out Brewday in awhile, this may be a great opportunity.
Those with a poem in their heart or with moony thoughts of someone special will be happy to learn that Erollisi Day has returned to EverQuest II. During the event, a new achievement can be earned, special merchants are available to craft Romantic Gifts and new Marketplace items will be making a comeback next week.
EverQuest II players who haven't yet checked into the game will want to head to the game's official site to see all of the gifts that are available during this year's Frostfell celebration.
Kunark Ascending, EverQuest II's 13th expansion, continues two major storylines of Norrath: the Greenmist and the rise of Lanys T'Vyl. The northern reaches of Kunark has been opened up, introducing one new overland zone (Obulus Frontier) as well as several dungeons--including iconic EverQuest zones such as the Crypt of Dalnir, Kaesora, and the City of Mist.