Neverwinter Community Watch

The Community Watch is a recurring format on the weekends that summarizes interesting stories, forum posts, links and news in the Neverwinterverse that are worth reporting, but don’t warrant a full own post.

Here’s what happened during the last week:

  • It’s not as much common knowledge, but basic Artifacts can actually drop in any dungeon. Proof.
  • Just like last time the Solo PVP Queue is receiving a warm welcome.
  • A player on the subreddit shared a rather weird and unique bug that has slowly made his mailbox unusable.
  • The arcgames forum introduced new facebook-like reactions!


  • The latest content update Sea of Moving Ice went live on Tuesday.
  • Of course most of the talk on the message platforms is about SoMI. One player apparently hoped for another type of update though.
  • Our comment on grind has also been reposted and discussed on arcgames.
  • There are already quite a few guides and maps out there and guild Ember Legion adds their version of the fishing spots.
  • In three videos Russian player TreUp TV shows the locations of the Treasure Hunt. We haven’t checked though if all are included. You can also get the spots here.
  • In case you run into problems completing the “Recasting Alarms” daily quest the Greycloaks have a solution.
  • Inventory space has always been an issue and Fish most certainly does escalate it.
  • The wiki is slowly updating with the latest stuff as well. User Hawchang added the latest lockbox and corresponding items and Zydrune‎ shared the locations of Scyring Stones.
  • Both Pallys and Scourges are trying to figure out ways to perform post-nerf.
  • Good news for HRs though: The “nerf” to Plant Growth is actually a bug.
  • Also a bug is a weird screen shake while fishing. An emergency maintenance tried to take care of the problem, but failed.


These are our community updates for this week! In case you run a blog or channel or found a resource that frequently updates with new content about the game, don’t hesitate and contact us so we can monitor the site.


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