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:

  • The Summer Festival is live and already created a lot of buzz. As usual players don’t feel they are getting rewarded properly and their main point is the drop rate from Mithral Tickets.
  • FYI: The packs bought with Mithral Tickets open automatically.
  • There is also not an announcement for winning a legendary like Portobello had.
  • In case you ever wonder if those small chances at a legendary price do actually lure players, here you go.
  • The reddit community literally exploded over the fixed training ball farm. Mods removed a bunch of threads and posts. Good there are sites like where you can still look stuff up. 1 2 3
  • Xbox one players even called for a ZEN strike. This topic has also been locked by the trigger happy mods.
  • The active Neverwinter youtubers uploaded their takes on the Summer event: Garlaanx and FNHUSA57.
  • In case you prefer reading, here’s the take of Barthos on his blog.
  • Speaking about the summer: A pretty hot discussion emerged on the PWE forums about the difficulty of dungeons.
  • Some player were apparently not quite pleased with the Lliira event as well.
  • Guardian Fighter’s might want to kiss their dominance in PVP and buff potential in PVE goodbye. Strumslinger announced there will be a blog post next week about class changes and it’s widely expected that the GF will get nerfed.
  • The reworked dungeons are smaller than the original ones. The areas are still there, but sealed off. Players would like to change that.
  • In large-scale content some skills are rumored to cause lag. This thread tries to investigate.
  • HR Trapper Sume shows some tips and tricks of his build in this video.
  • Former community mod lew proposed to bring the WoD weekly in line with others.


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