New masteries, oh my!!! So far the easiest ones I have come across are in Elon Riverlands. If you have been following my path, you should have canyon jumping by now. So I’m adding a few more mastery insights that use the canyon jump in Elon Riverlands.
One of the most confusing aspects of Rift for returning players is the huge number of different currencies. In addition to the typical cash reward, you’re also asked to choose from one of four other currencies:
There's a new sheriff in town, and the villainous, corrupt, and downright evil never stood a chance. Across my exploration of RIFT I came across a mysterious achievement line under the title "Bounties".
Queensdale is half of the new Kryta. It’s farmland provides produce, livestock, and other goods to Divinity’s reach. The kingdom is ruled by Queen Jennah, one of the last descendants of King Doric. Her rule is challenged by separatists throughout the region.
With the release of Elder Scrolls Online, ZeniMax and Bethesda Software will take Elder Scrolls enthusiasts into the realm of MMO’s and player versus player combat for the first time. This is exciting news in many ways, since the Elder Scrolls franchise has such a large number of fans worldwide. It will expose many of these fans to player vs player for the first time since previous releases have been first person shooters.
A Guide for the new Trial: Maw of Lork'haj.
Many players find the Heart of Thorns expansion bewildering. Intricate, layered maps and tough enemies make it very challenging to find a safe path through the region.
For more than a decade, I have hosted public community adventures for hundreds of players at a time. They may seem easy to put together, however anyone that has helped me run them knows just how difficult they may be. Creating a memorable event is even tougher.
Kryta is one of GmaFog’s favorite places to adventure. Even though the region is full of human inhabitants, you will see the other races in one place or another. She loves the multiple landscapes you can find including lakes, swamps, rocky mountains, caves, and the plateaus of grass overlooking the valleys. The towns are made of rock and stucco buildings, whereas the camps have lots of tents and lean-tos. Some of the camps are nestled among trees and others are in dry rocky areas or terraced up the mountainside.
North Drizzlewood Coast is an amazingly diverse area from quiet caves, green forests, to snow blown ice mountains in the farthest areas of the North. You never know when each area will turn on you and become foe instead of friendly. Don’t let the beautiful scenery take you off guard! These areas have a long meta, but are well worth doing if you like loot, shinies and group fun.