Well this past weekend’s worth of questing was relatively light for me. I didn’t do any questing on Saturday as I spent the day helping my sister-in-law into her new place. But I did get some questing completed on Friday and Sunday. In fact, on Friday morning I started the weekend off by taking Hamllin (Level 14 Fighter) out in the wilds of Three Barrel Cove to continue his slayers out there. Later that afternoon, I took Erdrique (Level 11 Monk) out into the The Graverobber. I put that particular group up in the LFM panel and was happy to see one player request to join. So, with the help of another adventurer, we completed and destroyed the undead the Lightfoot Residence. Later on that night, I took Erdrique out into the Ruins of Threnal and completed the quests In the Need of Supplies and The Rescue on elite and leveled Erdrique up from 10 to 11. Although I did put up the quests in the LFM panel, I didn’t get any hits this time. However, after I completed The Rescue, I called it a night to get some sleep for the busy day on Saturday.
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Hamllin exploring the wilds of Three Barrel Cove.
On Sunday, I took Erdrique out into the Sorrowdusk Isle and worked on some more slayers first thing in the morning. Later that night, I logged on with Berann (Level 7 Barbarian) and decide to do the Catacombs. I put up the group in the LFM and was surprised to get another taker. After I completed the first quest, The Friar’s Niece, is when the second player joined me and we then took on the rest of the Catacombs completing To Find A Witness, The Old Archives, The Crypt of Gerard Dryden, Setting the Wards: The Lower Cathedral, Setting the Wards: The Patriarch’s Crypt, Endgame: Marguerite, and Endgame: Archbishop’s Fate. I was quite happy to get it all done in a single night!! However, after we completed that run, I called it a night.
So, although the weekend was light, it was quite productive. I hope everybody else had a fun weekend as well. Thanks for reading everybody and happy hunting!!