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:

  • Arcgames previewed the new campaign of Storm Kings Thunder.
  • A developer SKT stream with Strumslinger and Commanderander took place and can be viewed here.
  • Like to rant about the game? The official PWE subreddit has you covered.


  • Youtuber SpeedFlash uploaded a Devoted Cleric Deflection PVP build.
  • A user vents frustration about undercutting in the AH. Welcome to the economy bro.
  • In case you didn’t know: The Owlbear Cub deals piercing damage in PVP and it sucks.
  • The first completions of Fangbreaker Island on the preview shard are in and Sharpedge has a video up with the new bosses.
  • The Frost Enchantment bug we reported this week will be fixed in Storm Kings Thunder.
  • More funny than severe: The game allows more than 124 power points.
  • @imit8r requests a redesign of the Masterwork Node farm.
  • A couple new builds: @putzboy78 shared a Cleric DO Righteousone and @ejziponken a PVP Tank CW.
  • Time to prepare yourself for Module 10 with this salvage tips!



  • Garlaanx adds to his collection of video basics with this level 70 guide.
  • GOH GAMER in the meantime says you have to play certain classes to prevail in PVP.
  • Some Scrying Stones seem to be hard to get to without a dodge mechanic.
  • In a video Tennek127 Gaming rants about the ongoing issues on the Playstation4 and introduces a #FixNWPS4 tag. Will it trend worldwide soon?
  • In case you’d like to find out more about the running Tymora event, click here.
  • With more and more players getting to 70 on PS4, questions about the endgame such as needed class/roles are getting more prominent.


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