Dungeons and Dragons Online gives away 48 quest packs, puts expansions on sale

    
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What’s better than 47 free quest packs handed to you with no strings attached? That’s obvious: 48 free quest packs. Believe it or not, that’s exactly what’s happening right now over at Dungeons and Dragons Online, as Standing Stone Games is reprising its 2020 promotion in which it is giving away permanent unlocks for a large bulk of the game’s content.

By using the code “DDOQUESTS2021,” players can snarf up almost all of the quest packs outside of expansions. And speaking of expansions, DDO is putting Menace of the Underdark, Shadowfell Conspiracy, and Mists of Ravenloft on sale for 99 points.

Both of these promotions will continue for the rest of 2021. Please note that this promotion can be applied to all types of accounts and does not include the most recent expansion or quest pack.

Dungeons and Dragons Online just activated its Halloween event this week with a slight change that makes accessing its special dungeons a bit easier than before.

Source: Dungeons and Dragons Online. Thanks DDOCentral and Necromunkey!
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Jack Pipsam

Very cool, just took advantage of it!

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Bruno Brito

Btw, for everyone who’s interested:

These are topics in the forums that are for starter builds, and one of my favourites: An entire playthrough of a 18 paladin/2 rogue character as a F2P.

https://www.ddo.com/forums/showthread.php/515625-First-Life-Human-Two-Handed-Fighting-Paladin-18-Rogue-2-for-Free-to-play-players

https://www.ddo.com/forums/showthread.php/516053-F2P-Dwarf-Wizard

https://www.ddo.com/forums/showthread.php/521620-Dread-Knight-A-Wizard-Champion-for-New-Players

I’m playing the Dwarf Wizard. Wizards are actually a great starting class as a melee, because of how easy it is to sustain yourself after level 3. You get great mitigation, you don’t need much item clickies because you get a lot of spells, and it’s a arcane knight, who doesn’t want to play that.

https://www.ddo.com/forums/showthread.php/519750-DDO-Quick-Builds?highlight=

This last one is the same creator of the Dwarf build and he puts up some quick F2P builds for levels 1-3. He also rates them as how soloable they are. The F2P Dwarf is actually able to solo Reapers 1.

DDO is actually a game where you live and die by your build. It’s perfectly possible to destroy yourself by bad building, so half of the fun is understanding the building process. Don’t forget to do your research, peeps.

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Morgan Filbert

Ohh. Dwarf Mage sounds fun, how is it solo versus group, Bruno?

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Bruno Brito

I’m not having any issues powering-through quests. Wizard EK builds are really easy mode.

A while back, Two Handed Fighting got a strikethrough buff, which means your attacks now hit aoe, and that made a lot of players free a feat slot in Cleave ( and also, most melee classes get a Cleave skill in their trees, except Fighters but those get more feats than everyone else ).

So, that buffed most 2h builds heavily. Paladins, Barbarians and 2h Wizards are really good for a first playthrough. For group content, i can’t speak much because i play solo, but i would argue that in anything that’s not demanding, the build will just obliterate things.

Now, a distinction: The dwarf build is a defensive build. The author invests into shield and dwarven waraxe ( exotic 1hander that behaves like a 1/5 handed weapon, so it gets buffs from 2h fighting ). It tanks greatly but it’s not as high damage as 2h is. Altho you do get the 2h feats so you can just get a 2h and go to town.

I would argue all the three builds i linked are perfectly able to solo R1 4 levels down, which is the standard for f2players. That will help you getting the Reaper levels quickly. If you’re grouping with friends for like Heroic Elites or such, it’s completely easymode for you.

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Sleepy

Oh grab Mists of Ravenloft if you don’t already have it – gives access to Barovian weapons which are pretty much the best you’re going to see for most of the game.

Also some really good quests in there.

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Bruno Brito

Barovia is a must. Great lore, great ambience, the weapons are good and the gear isn’t bad either, it’s actually BIS for leveling sets.

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Bruno Brito

I can buy those i think, i don’t know how many DDO points i have. Time to check.

EDIT: I had 900 DDO points just from deleting and restarting toons all over. Now i’m with 600 and i got the three cheap packs and the rest of the free goodies.

My conquest begins.

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Hikari Kenzaki

For the low low price of 99 coins I already had on my account, I got the one pack and the only expansion I was missing. Easy peasy.

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Saluka

It’s actually still a good game so if your thinking about giving it another go then why not do so now.

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Jason Clearwater

The two new adventure packs added to the coupon code since the 2020 promotion are the old Eveningstar Challenge Pack (originally released with the ‘Menace of the Underdark’ paid expansion in 2012) and the new Peril of the Planar Eyes adventure pack.

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Neurotic

And just last night I was thinking about reinstalling it! This is perfect timing. 😄

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Morgan Filbert

Coincidentally I did reinstall it last night. See you in game.