The Neverwinter Weekender is our weekly column that contains everything you need to know to have some fun along the Sword Coast on the weekends! We’ll inform you guys about the events across all platforms, preview and review them as well as hand out some tips and guides. This is the perfect spot to start off your adventures!
Goodbye Double Refinement!
On the PC version of the game it’s time to say goodbye to the Double Refinement Event! The current one will definitely be the last as the next mid-module update “Swords of Chult” is going to completely overhaul the refinement system. Combined with a Double Seals and Refinement and Packs sale, the event is going out in style! If you’re trying to figure out how to deal with the refining weekend, we’ve got you covered in our guide!
Oh, and the Beholder hunt is officially on as Artificer’s Workshop got unlocked in week two of the “Day of the Dungeon Master” event. The nasty interaction bug should be gone as well. So RNG will be the only thing standing in the way between players and a legendary mount!
Hello Tomb of the Nine Gods
On consoles in the meantime the first players that bursted down the middle campaign path are currently facing Ras Nsi in the Tomb of the Nine Gods. In case you’re wiping too often, check out our strategy guide! And before you get too frustrated with the dungeon, think about farming some Influence for a change during the ongoing x2. Blood Rubys (still a bad deal!) and packs also get a discount.
We hope you guys will enjoy the weekend with our overview! In case you have any questions or remarks, make sure to put them in the comments or visit the corresponding thread on our message board!
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