Neverwinter has gotten a new roadmap for Echoes of Prophecy, along with the dates for the current and coming story content milestones and a new mystery event. There's a teaser for this mysterious "future module", which is coming in January.
There's one thing very clear about this future module - that is a dragon. Clearly, with the announcement that the Cult of the Dragon would be returning, and changes to support their arrival, something would be stirring. With the opening of Echoes of Prophecy this month, players can already start to find out about the weird events taking place. With a dose of mystery and the cult returning to cause trouble (of course), Neverwinter is looking ahead to keep players busy in the coming months.
The roadmap that was released shows the dates of all Milestones in the new story content, as well as a summary that reveals 12 new story quests and two new heroic encounters. With the dragon teaser and even more content coming in January, Echoes of Prophecy is off to a good start.
With regards to the start, the team released some notes on current issues that they are investigating and expect to fix. Currently, some rewards aren't claimable in the rewards center due to possible exploits. While they work to fix it, items like Glistening Lion's Attire Package, and Jewel of the North Artifact Package can't be claimed via the Rewards Claims Agent. They can still be claimed one time per account via the Echoes of Prophecy campaign.
Other issues due to get a fix include the Neverwinter's Standard Artifact being unable to be equipped at the same time as Sparkling Fey Emblem, and probably a little more pressing, characters under level 20 are unable to speak to Kavatos after receiving the "A Subtle Curiosity" quest. Keep an eye on the official site for feedback and updates as to the fixes. Neverwinter Echoes of Prophecy and the January dragon content look to be keeping players busy for a while