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Neverwinter's Dragonbone Vale is Out on Console for Some Grappling Hook and Dragon Plot Fun

Christina Gonzalez Updated: Posted:
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Step into Dragonbone Vale in Neverwinter's newest module.  The new module is now available on console,  moved up a week from its original date. Now you can take on a new campaign,  all new quests, experience the new grappling hook mechanics,and protect  all from both new and old dangers.

The new adventures zone will take you back to the Sword Coast and the Cult of the Dragon are back. Their plans are still shrouded in mystery, but they have their hands on an ancient artifact that can't mean anything good.Then there’s the return of Valindra Shadowmantle, who also has her sights on threatening destruction once again. Luckily, there are four factions that have formed an alliance just to try and shore up and investigate how to defeat all of the dangerous plans unfolding.

Dragonbone Vale features a new campaign and adventure zone to explore, with several distinct regions. Explore the Wyrmbone Marrows, Whetstone Thicket, Quellwater Tarn, and Scaleblight Summit. There, you’ll be able to take on faction related quests and tasks for the new faction reputation system. Maybe you’ll protect some supply lines or gather some items, but by doing more for the four alliance members, you’ll be able to grow in reputation with them and unlock rewards.

The grappling hook mechanics announced by the devs are here too, letting you use this new way of moving around in certain places in the adventure zone. This will only work within Dragonbone Vale for the time being, but it’s open-ended whether this option will come to the game in a larger way at some point.

Also included are a new 10-player trial, the Crown of Keldegonn, where you can group up and take on Valindra herself. Then, face Scaleblight Mythal, the epic adventure that will take you to the story’s culmination, with the factions working to stop Valindra and the Cult of the Dragon from their ritual that could lead to undead dragons? Well, not unless they’re stopped.

For more, head over to Neverwinter.


Christina Gonzalez

Christina is MMORPG.COM’s News Editor and a contributor since 2011. Always a fan of great community and wondering if the same sort of magic that was her first guild exists anymore.