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EverQuest 2 Patch Notes Bring Changes to Overseer

Plus items see adjustments

Poorna Shankar Posted:
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Live Events, Overseer, and more are touched on in the latest patch for EverQuest II.

Heritage Hunt Weekly looks to be retired while Heritage Hunt Daily will become available,

  • Heritage Hunt [Weekly] is being retired and will remove itself from your Overseer Quest inventory upon it's completion.
  • Heritage Hunt [Daily] is now available from Arabella F'arquharson. Heritage Hunt [Daily] requires membership, level 120 and Overseer level 10 and rewards a single Singing Steel Heritage Crate each day.
  • Arabella F'arquharson will now sell Singing Steel appearance equipment and the "Mercenary: Micrus Deathband and Micrus Deathband [Level 20 Unlock]" crate.

Live events are being adjusted as well, with “mitigation” of level 120+ NPCs seeing a reduction. Additionally, Kaladim players will be able to purchase more items from the Tinkerfest merchants, despite not having Tinkering skills.

Items are being touched on as well,

  • Shissar Intricate Scaled Pauldrons - Item name is now spelled correctly.
  • Maiden's Nefarious Ring - Item is now properly named for finger equipment.
  • Maiden's Nefarious Bangle - Item name is now spelled properly.
  • Milo's Heavy Chain Leggings - Item name is now spelled correctly.
  • Added several defensive alternate items to Kunark drop tables that have tank only items that are not defensive specced. Characters that have one of effected items may exchange their non-defensive items for the defensive items at an Item Exchange Merchant in Kylong plains.
  • Smoothed out the stat amount progression of Rise of Kunark items so heroic 3 items (expansion final boss for heroic tier) items no longer have higher stat values then raid 1 items.

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Poorna Shankar

A highly opinionated avid PC gamer, Poorna blindly panics with his friends in various multiplayer games, much to the detriment of his team. Constantly questioning industry practices and a passion for technological progress drive his love for the video game industry. He pulls no punches and tells it like he sees it. He runs a podcast, Gaming The Industry, with fellow writer, Joseph Bradford, discussing industry practices and their effects on consumers.