Update Notes: Thursday, August 30, 2012

Written by Feldon on . Posted in Game Updates & Maintenance

From the EQ2 Forums:


  • When you unattune an item with no-trade adornments those no-trade adornments are now destroyed.
  • Chests should no longer spawn in midair.


Skyshrine Contested

  • Creatures involved with the Kildrukaun the Ancient battle in Skyshrine Contested should no longer cause the encounter to reset as quickly when pulled away from their spawn point.

Qeynos Capitol District

  • Added a collector to Qeynos Capitol District. Seek out Flitia Veel in Maile’s Exchange for all your collection needs!


  • The Opalescent Prowler plushie will now allow itself to be converted for use outdoors.
  • Skyshrine: The City of Drakur – Kildrukaun the Ancient’s cloak drops are now the appropriate quality.
  • Havoc Marks are now Heirloom instead of No Trade.


  • You should no longer be gated if you leave during the final scene of the Qeynos ratonga racial quest “In Our Own Way”.

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Comments (3)

  • Atan


    Didn’t take them long to cave on the marks. Seems like this is way early as no one is close to buying all the gear on their main yet.


  • Ragefighter


    “Chests should no longer spawn in midair.”

    Ahh such a classic one LOL


  • uncle


    •Havoc Marks are now Heirloom instead of No Trade

    im shocked about this one as well especally after lyndro said they would not be made heirloom. i may go back in to get marks for my alts


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