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1-08-2012 @ 8:38PM
If I might add my 2 Coppers for 2 additional good places,1: Redridge Keep The Redridge Keep in the Redridge mountains is a good place for Villain Rp. Its a full keep, albeit somewhat run down, and completely devoid of mobs. Its close proximity with the Blasted Lands and surrounded by Orcs on all sides make it perfect for any Blackrock Warlord, Dark Iron Insurgent, or Treacherous Human Insurgent. The area is also completely devoid of Mobs, too, and the only mobs you'll have to face on your way there will be between level 15 and 17, making it a very convenient location for anyone of lower level.2: Caer Darrow and ScholomanceFor those who don't know, Caer Darrow, located on Darrowmere Lake, is the little town/village that surrounded the now infamous Scholomance, School of Necromancy. This place is absolutely amazing for a Villain Base - The village is filled with old and run down buildings, inns, decrepit smithies, an old dock, statues overgrown with moss and lichen, Scourge Banners tattered on posts and old wagons and war machines rotting around the strewn bones of fallen enemies, rusted cannons still primed atop the parapets of its scummy foundations. Atop the hill of this bastion to filth and disease is the overhead fort foundation of Scholomance, busted, burnt, broken, all but forgotten in the minds of men where you lay your trap to spring upon the waiting world once more. Even the Viewing Room, where you fight Kirtonos the Herald in Scholomance Proper, can be found, and you can use a small, non instanced replica built into the northern mountainside.The best part? This place is virtually Mob-free. Yup, not a mob in sight, save for once and so often again a Rare level 40 Abomination that sometimes spawns in the doorway to the keep. The zone itself is filled with monsters anywhere between the levels of 35 and 40, but the lakeshore and the island itself are all barren and perfect for you next great villainous escapade.
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