Low to Mid-Level Questing, Quest runs from March 30th to April 2nd

Last week, I primarily ventured with low level to mid level characters in the world of DDO.  My questing activities started last Monday morning by taking Hamllin (Level 15 Fighter) out into the wild jungle of Sorrowdusk Isle to wrack up some slayers out there.  Later that afternoon, Erdrique (Level 3) entered the Quickfoot Hideout and got his revenge in The Swiped Signet.  Monday night I was scheduled to play Kanndar (Level 12 Paladin) during our digital PnP session, so I took him out into Three Barrel Cove and completed the Old Gray Garl and the Scondrel’s Run on elite with no issues.

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Hamllin taking on Furley in Sorrowdusk Isle.

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Erd waiting for Grudge in the Swiped Signet.

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Kanndar takes on Scortchtusk in Three Barrel Cove.

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Kanndar dealing with the undead in Old Grey Garl.

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Kanndar taking on the challenge of the minotaurs in Scondrel’s Run.

Tuesday, I kicked things off by taking Suppply (Level 9 Paladin) out into Three Barrel Cove.  Suppply acquired some more slayers out there prior to me heading off to work.  After I got home from work, I logged on with Hamllin and took him back into Sorrowdusk Isle ton continue his domination of the ogres and trolls out there.  I then ran Hamllin once again that night, as I took him into the quest Eyes of Stone take on the medusa Hestess and her minions.  That run went surprisingly pretty smoothly on elite :).

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Hamllin enjoying his spoils in Sorrowdusk Isle.

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Hamllin staring down the makeshift tunnel used by the Droaam troops to infiltrate the palace.

On Wednesday, I started out the day by taking one of my epic characters out into the High Road, Wapoyei (23 Cleric, Exalted Angel).  Wapoyei fought a few of the Netherese before I headed off to work.  That afternoon, I took some time to take Erdrique out into the Catacombs and completed The Friar’s Niece and To Find a Witness on elite.  After those runs I called it a night to spend date night with my beautiful wife.

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Wapoyei activates his aura and casts his buffs to explore the High Road.

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Erd is glad he wasn’t the Warden in the Catacombs.

Thursday was a little bit busier because I had Good Friday off for work which allowed me to treat Thursday night like a weekend :).  I started the day by taking Sludgge (Level 21 Rogue/Shadowdaner) out in the Ruins of Gianthold (Heroic) for some slayers.  Later that afternoon, I took Hamllin back into Sorrowdusk Isle and later that night I took Charlock (Level 14 Fighter) through the Shadow Crypt on elite.  After I took Charlock through the Shadow Crypt, I logged on Erdrique and took him through the next two quests in the Catacombs: The Old Archive and The Crypt of Gerard Dryden.  I then took Erdrique through his first challenge for this time: Dr. Rushmore’s Mansion: Behind the Door.  I then called it a night.

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Sludgge takes on the Runetusk Ogres in Gianthold.

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Hamllin battling a trio of ogres in Sorrowdusk Isle.

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Charlock fighting the enemies in the Shadow Crypt.

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Erd taking on undead in the Old Archives.

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Erd looking for Gerard Dryden’s tomb.

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Erdrique takes on the Mother of the Nest in the basement of Dr. Rushmore’s Mansion.

Definitely an interesting set of quest runs.  These runs were primarily dominated by low level runs with only a few of the slayers having some epic level characters.  We’ll see what this next week holds :).  Thanks for reading everybody and happy hunting!!


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