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Coming back to EQ2 : EverQuest 2 General Discussions

Posted: August 4th, 2007, 10:22 pm
nordic stolz
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Hi guys, I used to play EQ2 long ago, came back to it once for a day a few months ago but was too busy to take it up.

I understand leveling has completely changed, when I first did it...the game was "unrefined" at best and levels 1-50 took like a month play time [defiler, cries was the worst class ever], maybe not that much but close [Did a warlock in half the time but they were so overpowered].

My first question: What is the best way to level, not the fastest to 70, but the quickest to 70 with keeping my character up to par, AA's etc (or can I just bust 70 fast and mentor and do the quests for AA's / grind mobs fast for them?). Will guilds take chars without maxed AA's?

Second, what classes are IN DEMAND for high end guilds. The reason I ask is because really I just enjoy raiding and haning out with people, I can make any class fun. If I had to pick 3 favorites from how the game USED to be...I'm thinking Necromancer, Warlock, or Conjuerer (how do they stack up for demand?).

Lastly: What classes are considered overpowered at the moment? Or at least considered by most to be, for instance my defiler could only heal about half as well as a cleric IE grouping sucked!

Thanks guys! I'll probably be rolling on a PvP server this time around, but if I decided to go PvE what is the most heavily populated server?

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Posted: August 5th, 2007, 7:12 pm
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Heya, Ill try to answer your questions as best as I can. First, leveling 1-70 is a hell of alot faster than 1-50 was. Really skilled levelers can do it in under a month. I think the best way to level is grouping in as many different places as possible, doing any efficient quest along the way. As long as you make sure the mobs you are killing are heroic group mobs. That will help you get many AAs along the line, while still gaining levels fast. It is also possible to just grind grind grind to 70 and then mentor down to turn in quests and collections. Its really easy to get max AA at level 70. Most high end raid guilds require around 80+ AAs, and the top guild on each server will probably require max AAs, but AAs arnt really that big of a deal to get. I would probably say the classes most wanted by high end raid guilds are bards/chanters, with clerics/shamans coming in at 2nd. Hope this helps you.

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Posted: August 6th, 2007, 2:58 am
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Yeah it does, I will probably go bard, can't decide between dirge or troub.

How are they for solo (grinding, not owning hard crap) because I can guess the low levels are pretty dead and I don't know anyone that plays anymore.

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Posted: August 9th, 2007, 10:47 am
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I recently decide to reroll a troubador and I love it so far. Its actually faster to solo to level 20 than group. When your solo also try and get quests that go along with the mobs you are killing that makes the xp come alot faster. I havent had any trouble getting groups from about level 25, and its pretty easy to solo to that level in about 2 days.

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