We all have a friend or two in MMOs that’s a really good player but really lousy at actually leveling. Some people just don’t like to level, for whatever reason. So why not make it possible for the people who like leveling to make it just a bit easier? That’s the heart of EverQuest II‘s upcoming Experience Vial system, allowing you to slow down your own leveling speed in exchange for creating vials of liquid progression that others can use.
Empty vials are purchased via Daybreak Cash and can then be applied to your experience bar, siphoning off a portion of your regular gains to be stored up. This experience must be in the form of adventure experience, so no tithe or AA experience while you have one one. Once the vial is full, you can claim it and use it exactly like the experience that would be earned from completing a quest; you can also trade it to others if you’d prefer. So you can bank up experience for later tithe/AA use, functionally level a friend’s character, or even save it for your alts. We’re sure you can come up with some use for concentrated liquid experience.