Dungeons & Dragons Online previews the named loot of its next update

    
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The next update for Dungeons & Dragons Online is bringing along some powerful new named items. But are they powerful enough? Will anyone like them? Will they be taken to loving new homes, given plenty of space to run around and enough stuff to eat? There’s only one way to be sure, and thus the team is soliciting feedback on the items in question by posting the planned stats of the items and nothing else.

Fans have already chimed in with feedback on which items are more or less powerful, including some that are conditionally useful or would be useful if the abilities existed to make proper use of the stats. If you’re an old hand with the game and want to let the developers know how you’d feel if you came across these particular items, jump into the discussion. Or you can just be happy that the game is getting some development previews after the recent tech issues, that’s also valid.

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ddocentral
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ddocentral

TJFrenchJr No, DDOCentral is a community fan site.

TJFrenchJr
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TJFrenchJr

I hope you’re right. The servers generally run better after a restart, then get worse as time prices onward. It’s the high end content where the suffering occurs. Legendary hard and elite full raids.
Also, asking for full disclosure, are you from/with turbine/DDO?

ddocentral
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ddocentral

TJFrenchJr Some of the servers received another optimization this afternoon and appear to be running much better.

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paragonlostinspace

Bluntly the next update for both DDO and LoTRO should be server tech, everything else should take a back seat to fixing that and getting it working much better than I keep reading about. :(

TJFrenchJr
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TJFrenchJr

Great. Will we actually be able to access the content, or will the crippling lag continue unabated? I’m guessing crippling lag continues, so probably not.

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Update 31 will also introduce the Umber Hulk to DDO.