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:

  • With Thursday’s patch, the Elemental Evil campaign and the power changes are now live.
  • Due to a server issue, Xbox players received mailed items later than usual and some even reported that stuff got lost.
  • The new Red Slaad companion from the Wizard Booster Pack could have a hard time succeeding in SCA without dices.
  • On top of that, the head transmute of the pack is class-bound, which is inconsistent with other packs and has already been fixed on the Trickster’s one.
  • Mio Savior is showing you how to get to places in Neverdeath Graveyard you shouldn’t be able to.
  • If you’re looking for a GWF build, try Zelink’s.
  • Everyone chill, the world has not ended with the death of permabubble. I repeat, the world has not ended!
  • In case you didn’t know: Sudden Rings indeed work with companions and Bonding Runestones.
  • Looks like there was a stealth nerf/fix to Mount attacks. The cooldown doesn’t reset out of combat any longer.
  • Video of a playthtough of Portobello’s ‘A Rock Falls’.
  • A lobby system (or something equivalent), that would allow premades to match up against each other, is something PVP is missing badly. But since the queue system just received a big update, it’s unlikely that another major change is coming in the near future.
  • In every DPS class forum the viability of and alternatives to the Lostmauth set is being discussed after its nerf: SW GWF TR HR CW
  • Pallys meanwhile are looking for a new roles and solutions. DPS maybe?
  • The other tank class as we know is already a decent damage dealer in PVP.
  • DCs apparently no longer want to be bystanders while other classes solo content. So two players did Lostmauth and Orcus.
  • The Stronghold marketplace is currently withholding some stuff.
  • TheDMGinfo is running a Spider companion giveaway on YouTube.


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One thought on “Neverwinter Community Watch

  • April 27, 2016 at 7:38 am

    The more I see, the more I am convinced that Bonding Runestones were a mistake.

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