The Secret World is selling an all-in-one Tokyo pack

If you’ve fallen behind on purchasing your Secret World DLC or have yet to step foot into Tokyo, then Funcom has the deal of the week for you. The studio announced today that it’s selling a new Fall of Tokyo pack that includes all of the content in that zone to date as well as next month’s Issue #11: Reaping the Whirlwind.

The pack is priced at $30 and includes Issues #9, #10, and #11, as well as the 11 Tokyo sidestories missions. The studio is also throwing in an exclusive Orochi pilot jumpsuit as a bonus. If you’ve already purchased Issues #9 and #10, you will get the jumpsuit for free. Additionally, previous owners of Issue #9 can buy the pack at a discounted price of $20.

[Source: The Secret World. Thanks to Nordavind for the tip!]
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JamieOrourke
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Flimflamberge ill be your friend :) add Zccentric Zentetsuken Solitude

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Needmoreloot SwobyJ Nordavind MJ Guthrie flatline4400 You should have plenty of space in your bag unless you’re hoarding stuff, and inventory upgrades are cheap in Pax. But yes, there’s a bank and auction house, only in London (unless you spend $ on portable bank uses).

Technically you can ignore most crafting throughout the game, but in endgame it’ll have to be used for some things.

I completed all of Kingsmouth (save for Lore and Achievement hunting, and of course the endgame Lair, etc) on an alt in just 2-3 days this week, and I broke down every item I could, into crafting materials. I used those to create QL3 items, which combined with my Blue QL3 dungeon drops (I did the Polaris dungeon) and the region vendor QL3 rewards, I upgraded everything to at least Green QL3 before moving into Savage Coast zone.

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SwobyJ Needmoreloot Nordavind MJ Guthrie flatline4400  Ah ok, maybe there is a bank somewhere I can dump them into but from my GW2 run I remember a bank full of items and materials. Think if it’s possible to ignore them (like dungeons) i’ll do my best but thanks, and will certainly remember this moment when I’m low later in the game ;D

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Needmoreloot Nordavind MJ Guthrie flatline4400 I still collect early materials because you can combine them into higher tiers in the crafting window..

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Nordavind Needmoreloot MJ Guthrie flatline4400  Having drooled at MJ’s inventory tab I’m realising I should pay up and get more bag space but have been running on the basic (initial) inventory space for’ever!

I can’t hold more than a few of those items before my bags full. I’ve also noticed the crafting materials have levels on them (ala GW2 quality or tier) so most of this junk in the starter zones is probably trash but will take not as the better stuff arrives

I need to figure out how to slot in a glyph mind due as these new weapons at high QL seem to not have pre slotted glyphs beyond my few hours of getting them

SwobyJ
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Needmoreloot MJ Guthrie strangesands Anyone has access to the new zone, so don’t worry about DLC when it comes to that. TSW is very story based and I’d actually suggest buying the DLC in order – 5, 6, 7, 8scenarios, 9, 10, 11. A lot of progression in TSW isn’t vertical so don’t think of it that way. Issue #5 for example has a great story, great experience, and gives rewards that may be helpful at ‘max level’ (‘QL10/QL10.X’). Issue #9 DLC USED TO give access to Tokyo, but that is now ended, and now it only fleshes out part of the zone.

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ogged451 ZenDadaist My Adv will stay melee til the end! Given the end for her might only be a month or so away that’s not much of a declaration >.>

Keeper always struck me as *Daimon Kiyota voice* soooo… boring.
But maybe now they’ll be more interesting? Well I may end up taking my Shade to 220. Haven’t really examined what 18.7 will bring for them. But to get all of the unnerfing and respeccing and farming done once 18.7 breaks everyone, I’ve got my Engi back in business as DD and DD, also DD. Nerf me now, suckas!

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ZenDadaist  I too will shelve my adv and trader because the suggested playstyles in 18.7 for them aren’t my cup of tea, but that’s why I rolled a boring keeper in 2012 .. bottom of the pack -> impossible to nerf -> can only rise to glory :)
Overall, I think the “bigger picture” will improve with 18.7 though.

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CrowingOne Nordavind Better :)

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Needmoreloot MJ Guthrie flatline4400 I’d hang on to those crafting resources. I have saved all mine since the start of the game and I never have enough now at endgame.