So im starting back up with EQ, just gonna start a twink on my bro's account (He is through with EQ, he is gonna give GoD a whirl then sell his account) He has given me the ok to destroy his cash supply (Around 80k)
So what sort of class should I create? A few things.
One I want to start some sort of melle class, cause twink casters are just no fun.
I enjoy versitility in a group and ability to solo when need be.
I havent played EQ in about 4 months. Whats diffrent about classes, what are broken atm, what is overpowered?
no dilly, hit up the bard. some classes it seems are only powerful at higher levels, but until then they're incredibly fragile. bards are powerful at level 5 and just get more and more ridiculous as you level. i'd play one if i didn't value my fingers more. gimbley mcstab
52th halfling rogue
knights of omen
I am a bit psd off at the current warping bug to play my bard or even druid sometimes.
Mobs get down to run status then POOF they initiate warp drive across the zone, vanishing before your eyes in a blink.
At first I thought they went underworld. When it happened on my druid the second time (it was the Undead Cyclops), I hit track. There he was for easy aquiring clear across the zone near Paw or Aviaks from the northern skelly ruins.
Once on the druid a HG that was rooted and dotted poofed at ~2% then died, giving no exp. At the time I didn't know they warped somewhere across the zone. Unknown cash rotted somewhere.
My bard can't track yet. Yesterday he was kiting a harrier when at ~15% it poofed, still on target somewhere.
I have seen mobs poof in exp groups in OT too.
It can get very frustrating when you are kiting some 6 aviaks and at least half of them vanish from your kite of 15 minutes.
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