On Test: Bristlebane Day feedback and bugs 2015

Written by Feldon on . Posted in DGC Wants Feedback, EQ2

Another week, and another live event is now on Test awaiting testing and feedback! Maybe we need to space these events out a little bit before we kill senior designer and event wrangler Nathan (Kaitheel), mmmkay? 😉

From the EQ2 Forums:

Bristlebane day is active on Test!

Jesters, thieves, bards and fans of mischief, alike, are encouraged to enjoy the Bristlebane Day festivities in your city or elsewhere! You never know what laughs and pranks await you during these holy days honoring Fizzlethorpe Bristlebane, The Grand Prankster. Princess Evelynn has a lofty challenge in Sinking Sands, while other celebrators, like Rakshatta, can be found in the Enchanted Lands. She is excited about the arcane patchwork creatures seen roaming Antonica, The Commonlands, Darklight Wood, Timorous Deep, Greater Faydark and Frostfang Sea. You can get more involved by crafting your very own items in celebration of this wonderful holiday. Visit your local tradeskill house to purchase these special recipes!

New Bristlebane Day features for ’15!

  • New Quest – Plethora of Patchcraft Parts
  • New Tradeskill recipe book, “Perfectly Serious Items to Craft VI.”
  • 7 new event items purchasable from “a Bristlebane Day Merchant.”

This event content is currently set to run 03/27/2015 at 12:01 AM PAC time until 04/09/2015 at 11:59 PM PAC time on the live servers, with special hijinks and quests available on 4/1 only.

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Comments (1)

  • Betony


    I agree with you. Spacing out these events would probably be welcome to the smaller, harder working team and give a bunch of us a chance to organize our bags, boxes, and what’s left of SC )


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