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Looking at Frostfell

Posted by Jon Wood on Dec 21, 2009  | Comments

Looking at Frostfell -

At this festive time of year, EverQuest II reporter Phil James writes this look at the EverQuest II holiday, Frostfell.

Quests Old and New

Like other live events that Sony Online Entertainment puts on, quests from previous years make an appearance in this year's revelry. This is great for those who are new to the game or took a break. Each year also brings new quests, giving something for veteran players to tackle.

Back in 2005, the original Frostfell quest was 'The Tale of the Gigglegibber Grump', a chain of solo-able quests which scale to the player's level. The quest was dropped the next two years, but made a return in 2008 and again this year. To begin the quest players must talk to the Frostfell elves who have appeared in the cities of Qeynos and Freeport looking for helpful adventurers . Their home, Elfin Wonderland, has been taken over. Lord Bowsprite, their leader, has been kidnapped and the presents stolen. This is the work of Grimagus Gigglegibber (A.K.A. The Grump). Along the way on this mission, you are given a book about how Grimagus became The Grump. Unsurprisingly, this all came about due to other goblins teasing him as a child (sound like a familiar Dr. Seuss story?), so he grew up bitter and decided to ruin Frostfell by stealing all the presents. The end of the quest line sees him realising the error of his ways and making peace with the elves. Aww bless!

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