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Adventure Packs are meant to be smaller "mini-expansions" to the game, adding a plot line with several zones, new creatures and items to the game via digital download. However, recently the development team has decided to release free zones and content instead of making adventure packs.
Some recent releases include a new starting city, Neriak, with a new starting race, Arasai;  and new high level dungeons The Throne of New Tunaria  and the Estate of Unrest. Untilexpansions were available in both DVD and digital formats. The digital versions often come with a bonus features such as a creature that the player can put in their in-game house. Expansions generally introduce many new zones with many plot lines, new features, many new creatures and items, new cities, and often come with a boost in the level cap or a new player race.
While it may be easier to download the expansions digitally, traditional retail offers more content. It introduced new areas, new items and new monsters.
The adventure pack allows characters to use moveable planks, crates and barrels in a series of event-based zones where they will face gnolls opponents designed for players between 20th and 50th level. The Fallen Dynasty is the third adventure pack. It introduced new areas, new items, new monsters and quest lines. It added new content for characters levels 55 through It features a new land mass to explore, PvP arenas, a level increase from 50 to 60, a new climb ability and the standard new items and monsters.
The major quest line for the expansion is commonly known as "The Peacock Line" - This series of 17 or so quests culminates with a raid requiring the player to group up with his guildmates to slay an entity known as "The Godking". Players can choose from a selection of rewards to be used in the weapon slot depending on their class, for example a mage would receive an item named "Wand of Second life" which can also be changed at will into a two-handed weapon - "Staff of Second life".
This quest takes place throughout the Desert of Ro from the sinking sands to the living tombs and eventually the Silent City. Kingdom of Sky features a new region to explore, located high above the skies of Norrath, known as the Overrealm.
It includes a new level cap of 70 for adventurers and artisans, new items and quests, new monsters to fight, alternate ways of advancing your character achievement points and the ability to increase a guild to level Purchase of the expansion granted each character in any account that bought the expansion an Aviak hatchling. If the expansion was bought in a brick and mortar store, the account is granted one Carnivorous plant. The Carnivorous Plant acts as a house pet which can be fed items from the world, and depending on what is fed to it, will yield a useful item.
The Overrealm is composed of floating islands which originate from the Plane of Sky. Transportation to the Overrealm works like in The Shadows of Luclin ; when a player wishes to go there, he or she obtains a teleportation shard from the overseer of a wizard spire on the ground. The overseer NPC then grants to the player character a teleportation shard which flags the player as one wanting to go to the Overrealm. Every five minutes, the spires activate, sending player characters to the Overrealm.
If a player originates in Antonica or the Commonlands, he or she will be sent to the Tenebrous Tangle. If the player originates in the Enchanted Lands or the Feerrott, he or she is sent to the Bonemire. As with both the original game and the first expansion, a new epic quest line is included called the "Claymore" line.
The start of this quest line can be completed solo in the outdoor areas, however, it will soon require a group and many segments require large investments of time " camping " the required NPCs to spawn and gain quest updates. The final part takes place in Deathtoll, a zone intended for four groups 24 playersand requires an epic access quest in itself to enter.
In the end players got to choose from an archetype specific reward in some cases there are multiple choices which at the current time was some of the arguably best items in the game.
Once a player has installed this expansion pack and reaches adventuring level 10, a character is granted achievement experience through discovering new areas, finding precious treasure and status items, killing monsters with specific names, completing select quests, and completing certain collections of items. Echoes of Faydwer introduced a new playable race the Faethe ability for player characters to equip visible cloaks, a second equipable earring slot, and add adornments player-made enchantments to existing items, 24 new subclass specific achievement trees, two new secondary tradeskill professions, and the return of the gods to the mortal realm.
It also introduced a new starting city, the tree city of Kelethin, along with new overland, dungeon, instance and raid zones. There are zones for all levels of characters in this expansion. The expansion raised the achievement point cap to and the guild level to The expansion also included 6 new Heritage quests and new races to combat like the clockworks, kobolds and bugbears.
The boxed retail edition of Echoes of Faydwer includes the base game plus the first two expansions: Desert of Flames and Kingdom of Sky. It introduces a new continent, Kunark; a new player race, the Sarnak; and raises the level cap for adventure, tradeskills and guilds to It contains content intended for levels The expansion also gives access to all previous released expansions and adventure packs. The expansion introduces an additional achievement tree for each character class, 18 goal-based dungeons with a reward system for earning new equipment, new deities and raids.
It raises the level cap from 80 to The expansion includes 2 new overland zones, 12 new dungeons, new quests, over 2, more items, and hundreds of new monsters.
Michael Lafferty from GameZone. The expansion includes 2 new overland zones, 10 new dungeons, new quests, over 1, more items, and more than 30 new monsters. The expansion also introduces flying mounts. Free players were restricted in what they could access and utilize, while players were able to upgrade to "Silver" level membership for a small one-time fee  to get more access.
A "Gold" membership cost the same as the existing monthly subscription plan, and gave full access to all areas and features. The expansion itself added the Beastlord class from the original EverQuestnew Reforging and Tradeskill Apprentice systems, hireable mercenary assistants, and the Dungeon Maker system allowing players to create their own shareable dungeons. This expansion contains features such as level increases, the Guild level cap raised to 95, Player level cap 95 and Tradeskill cap to 95, prestige abilities and game items only available in this expansion.
Prestige Abilities - Each subclass will get access to new Prestige Abilities! It features placing heroes among the dragon dead in the Eternal Broodlands. AA limit increased to and new Dragon tree added . Altar of Malicethe eleventh expansion pack, includes several new zones, one new playable race, several new avatars, new raids, and a raise in level cap to Added new prestige sub class tab.
The expansion offers max-level characters a new underground zone for exploring and questing, new signature quest lines for both adventurers and crafters, new creatures, a large contested zone, and new dungeons six advanced solo, 13 heroic, three x4 raids, and one x2 raid. The expansion also has content for those below levelincluding level-agnostic dungeons scaling from levels 20 to 94a revamped deity system, new best-in-slot relics, and a new item infusion upgrade system.
The expansion features 1 new overland zone, 12 new heroic zones, 8 solo zones, 4 advanced solo zones, 6 raid zones, over 50 solo quests, over 65 collection quests, an "Epic 2. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The game's timeline included: Game Update 36 Peek and Screenshots - igxe. Accessed October 14, Retrieved 26 November Realms of EverQuest Champions: Return to Arms Legends of Norrath Landmark.