A few days ago I was talking about how I managed to finally complete the ‘new’ quests in the reamped City of Freeport. I mentioned that there is an achievement for completing the quests in both Freeport and Qeynos. Last night I went over to Qeynos to see if the NPCs would talk to me at all seeing as I was from Freeport, but all they did was sneer at me and tell me to go away.
It was time to (once again) betray Freeport and move to a ‘happier’ place.
I’ve betrayed a LOT of characters over the years. My defiler used to be a mystic back when level 90 was the cap. The inquisitor used to be a templar. The dirge used to be a troubador (a few times, I’ve probably betrayed that poor bard about 10 times over the years) and so on. I don’t mind the betrayal quests anymore and I can usually betray from evil to good in about 20 minutes or less.
So I headed off to Gorowyn, became exiled, made my way to Greater Faydark, and before too long was welcomed into the open arms of the Queen. Hopefully those snobby Qeynos citizens will be less likely to brush me off when I go looking for quests this time around.
Thanks to the game mechanic that leaves you with the quality of spells you had last time you were that class, I only had levels 91-95 to replace. A few black star sapphires later, I was back to my regular healing self. I can always go back to defiler later if I want, but I think I’ll stick with the mystic for a bit and see how things go.
The guild also managed to ding level 69 which means we only have ONE more level to go before I can purchase a T3 guild hall. I’m incredibly excited, I have been working towards this for a long time. Earning guild status is not too difficult, and less so when you’ve got an active guild, but when you have a guild that consists of three people it can take some time. I’m looking forward to decorating the new place. I don’t know when we’ll reach level 70, as we’re currently only 13% into level 69, but I’m hoping within the next week or two. We’ll just have to see.
As always, happy gaming, no matter where you find yourself.