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5-26-2007 @ 5:45PM
I know I'm currently loving the new stuff. Just getting into the Skettis area, past all the annoying intro quests. I haven't been lucky with drops in blade's edge, but the dragons and demons are amusing, as are the memory-game things. Hoping to find a 'depleted badge' out there, since most tank druids worth anything would buy it. ^_^The best, though, is the new Consortium stuff at the Ethereum grounds. Easily soloed until the 5-man keys are made, but even after that I find myself opening the single-key cells regularly. Plenty of rep per, you can often get 3-6 keys in an hour or two, and sometimes you even get a 'friendly' npc in one that doubles the normal amount of rep for that key's worth.Best of all, though, is the loot. Greens AND blues drop from the prisoners, and for me it's been about a 50/50 ratio of them. All are level 70, so far. First, this means free enchanting mats and soloable prismatic shard farming, which is grand. But some of the blues are actually rather impressive in their own way... things like a ring with loads of stamina, a single elemental resistance, -and- 19 spell damage. Now, I'm geared in Kara and Gruul gear at the moment, so that seems pretty weak as-is, but hey, I'm not gonna turn down resist gear that doesn't completely gimp me. ^_^ And that's not all, just one of many blues I've seen so far.You can also farm the keys in Bash'ir Landing, which also yields Apexis drops, motes of mana, tons of cloth, and decent cash/green drops. This is the first time I've enjoyed farming since... well, ever. Ethereum jailbreaking for the win!
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