- 07-08-2016, 10:47 AM #1
Recruiting for or discussing any guild other than the Windows Central Neverwinter Xbox One guild is NOT permitted in this thread.Permanent URL for this thread: Neverwinter - Windows Central Guild Discussion - Windows Central ForumsGuild Boons:
Windows Central Neverwinter Guild (Xbox One only)
Guild Level: 10
- Defense Bonus (+3200 Defense)
- Armor Penetration (+2000 AP)
- Power Bonus
- Incoming Healing Bonus
- Experience Points Bonus
- Mount Speed Bonus (3%)
Are you looking for a guild to share your Neverwinter adventures with on Xbox One? Windows Central is always looking for cool, active players to join up.
- Make sure your character is level 30 or higher
- Leave your current guild if you're in one
- Message EastX on Xbox Live with your CharacterName@Gamertag. For instance, my primary character name is EastX, so that's EastX@EastX. Feel free to comment here too, but don't forget to send that message.
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- Play multiple times per week
- Participate in guild chat. Ignoring guild chat may endanger your membership.
- Join guild parties when invited at least some of the time, and explain that you're busy or don't have time when declining to join.
- Donate to the coffer every day that you play (Surplus, gems, campaign treasures, etc.)
- Keep working to improve your character(s) and the guild!
Current Stronghold Upgrade targets
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- 01-21-2016, 07:00 AM #2
Members who use this forum
Forum Name - Characters - Gamertag
- Paul Acevedo - EastX, Eastodon, EasTank - EastX
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- Viva la Stark - Arya Stark, many others - Viva la Stark
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- Pwaaijenberg - Quinn Urthadar, Pride - Afterthinker
- SirMyKey - Lord Arseraptor - ?
- Mascurado - Mascurado, Mascurado CW - Soxfan13
- Thyrennia - Tzalvarn Cheysul, Rhys Dragosani - Thyrennia
- Tizzle Grumble Bizzell - Grumble - Tizzle Bizzell
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- Guide to Sharandar, Dread Ring, Icewind Dale, and Tyranny of Dragons Campaigns
- Official Neverwinter Wiki
- Leveling Guide (Windows Central exclusive)
- Stronghold Survival Guide
- Stronghold Structures Guide
- Stronghold Structures Upgrade Cost Spreadsheet (Windows Central exclusive)
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- 01-21-2016, 09:28 AM #4
I've definitely gotten into the game and guilds really help you out down the road when you start doing dungeons and raids. The guild is off to a great start. The nice thing about doing the daily quests in the stronghold is that you get XP and the guild get resources to help build more buildings (and offer more to you). It's win - win. Of course, the main thing is to keep leveling since things really get interesting at 70.
I've taken 3 chars to 70, so if anyone has any questions about the mechanics of the game then post here. I don't have all of the answers, but I know more than I did a few months ago. Happy questing!
~ Harbor Smashmouth (Oath Pally)
- 01-21-2016, 09:44 AM #5
Part of me wants to try it, part hates the job-like experience of MMOs. Having it turn into a daily commitment would kind of suck. Still, in case I decide to give it a go, what're the clan functions in this game? Does it have WoW-like raids? Would there be a raiding schedule or other activities to complete?
- 01-21-2016, 10:38 AM #6
Well there's not cost to try it (other than time), so give it a whirl. It can turn into a job-like experience if you let it, but realizing that they designed the game to "never be finished" it's best to just settle in and play at your own pace. Right now, the guild doesn't have enough lvl 70 players to do a clan only raid, but that's what is planned. It's just a lot more fun playing with a regular group and without the trolls that you have in pubs. I suppose the guild will just figure out what works best in terms of scheduling raids.
I didn't play WoW, but I really like how Neverwinter has these regular events (small events weekly and big seasonal events). To me it's just fun to have the always changing world feel. They do have a VIP where you get a daily key to open a lockbox (for goodies), but you can buy that by earning Astral Diamonds in game and trading them for Zen using the in-game trader. Even that can be played like a stock market.
Anyway, give it a try.
- 01-21-2016, 06:21 PM #7
The only way to answer those questions is to play, though, so I might do it. I just remember leveling in WoW by myself, and that was a very disappointing, cumbersome process.
- 01-21-2016, 10:21 PM #8
Guild need resources for guild raid/siege battle (Dota alike but more players not 5 vs 5), each guild has a max capacity of 500 toons and 150 accounts.
If you ever play GuildWars2 this is kind of similar in a way.
- 01-22-2016, 09:58 AM #9
From what I've seen, guilds live and die by how many level 70s you build over time. When you reach the highest level (currently 70), you shift your focus to boons, gear and the raids that give you that gear. For those, it's very helpful to have guild mates to help you out. Until you reach 70, it's about leveling your char through quests and so I don't expect that someone currently leveling would be able to contribute nearly as much since they just don't have the stuff to give. They need the stuff to do the quests. That being said, we need to help people on the way up the ladder as much as possible.
For those starting a new character, here are my list of getting started tips.
Get a Mount - Get a mount as soon as you can. Nothing is worse in NW than running everywhere. The cheapest mount is 5 gold and should be your first purchase (other than injury kits). If you don't have the gold, ask a high level char in the guild to spring for the 5g. I don't mind doing it if I had the gold (which I usually do). You can also move gold between different chars.
Invoke to the Max - I've literally leveled a char to 54 just by invoking daily (it was a mule that I created early on). When you get to the max celestial coins, then buy the Artifact pack in the Vault of Piety. It's the one that has a chance at a coalescence ward.
Collect Astral Diamonds - AD is your friend and you drive your character with it. Do the dungeons and skirmishes each twice daily to optimize AD collection. Invoking gives you some as well. You can then purchase stuff in the trade house or convert it to Zen (for a mount or a month of VIP).
Consider VIP - Using the Zen you get from trading AD (in the Astral Diamond Exchange), you can buy a month of VIP (use a 15% coupon you get from invoking as well). With it you will get identify scrolls and a daily lockbox key. That key is going to give you good stuff for your character. If you get a higher VIP level (more months), then you can also get teleportation perks along with other stuff. Check it out.
Get 5 Companions - You get the active bonus of up to 5 companions even if they aren't summoned. The one that is summoned will give you some added bonuses. I would not spend money on them, but you'll have opportunities in special events to get some easily. You can level them up, but it's the active bonus that helps you out. Just don't fixate on them. If you are ranged, summon a melee companion. Melee? Get a healer.
Ask for Help - If you get stuck on one of the end quests in an area, ask for help. Use the in-game chat "Looking for group" to find other in the same area that need the same quest. If no one wants to help you, then use the Guild chat and should be able to find someone easily. Just don't be needy all of the time.
Anyway, I didn't intend this to be a comprehensive guide. I just wanted to pass on a few things that I wish I had learned early on. This list is different than the one I would make for 60+ chars, but we are bottom heavy at the moment. I think it's great that guild is growing and has so many members. We will be rocking along in no time.
Just don't miss double XP weekend!
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- 01-22-2016, 04:17 PM #10
I am currently in some random guild but I'll be dumping that today and trying to join this one as soon as I can after that (I think you have to wait 24 hours). I'm not super active, but it's my choice of game these days when I don't feel like playing yet another shooter (which I do also enjoy). Looking forward to it! (Level 64 archer if anyone cares).
- 01-22-2016, 11:27 PM #11
So, out of curiosity, how does raiding go in this game? I was going to give the game a try, but thought I'd ask. Like, in WoW, you have to carry tanks, healers, and DPS. Is this the same, and is the guild in-need of certain roles to fill? I played a Hunter in WoW, and generally have played similar ranged classes in other RPGs, but I'd be willing to give something else a try.
- 01-23-2016, 10:39 AM #12
I'm somewhat new to epic raids, but it sounds like WoW. You need to have DPS (damage class like great weapon fighter, control wizard, trickster rogue) and Healer (devoted cleric or paladin) / Protector (paladin). Of course as new mods come out for the game, the mix changes and some builds go out of style. Right now, the hunter ranger (have one at lvl 70) has been somewhat nerfed. Of course that's the challenge is to adjust your build to overcome that. Sounds similar though. mmominds.com has bunch of info on different builds that people think are great. Lots of discussion on it as well.
- 01-23-2016, 01:53 PM #13
Story of my life in WoW. Hunters were almost always given the short end of the stick in PvP (to the point I never even bothered to seriously try that aspect of the game), and they were often the first to get nerfed after an expansion, and were rarely near the top of the damage charts.
How big are the raid groups in this game, and does the WC clan need any role(s) filled? It might affect which class I go with. Also, is anyone going to be starting up in the game this weekend? Having someone to level with would definitely make it less of a chore.
- 01-24-2016, 08:40 PM #14
The raids (and epic skirmishes) are for 5 players. It's tough to know what things will look like when everyone reaches lvl 70. I have a paladin which can provide some defense, but it's nice to have a devoted cleric as a healer (or for haste which builds up action points faster). Of course, having multiple DPS chars is good as well. If you want to be ranged, consider a control wizard.
- 01-25-2016, 04:57 AM #17
- 01-25-2016, 09:18 AM #18
Played an epic temple of the spider that failed due to the lack of a healer (including haste). So it is a very important and under-appreciated one.
I found the early game to be pretty boring stuff, but you have a lot of game mechanics to learn as well. The story writing is pretty bad, but some parts are better than others. I found that it wasn't all that different of an experience from Elder Scrolls (which I still need to get back to at some point).
- 01-25-2016, 08:03 PM #19
I think learning depends on background. Like, you said that there are a lot of mechanics, but coming from WoW, Neverwinter is sort of boring in its relative simplicity. They baby the hell out of you with a bunch of colorful hints for attacks and the like.
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Hello im new to the forum. Can i join my other character since the one i have currently in the guild is stuck in skull fortress map. My ign is Mutilator lvl 47 GF. The one im joining is DarkLord lvl 64 GF. Im active and will donate coffer and do DQ's. Ill do my best to help fellow guildmates. Gamertag boneman990. Ty all
- 01-28-2016, 09:36 AM #22
If we can come up with a decent time/day for a HE (heroic event) farm, I think that would be pretty fun. It also would give lower level chars to complete the HE quests in the stronghold (along with xp and gems). Is there an interest or perhaps suggestions one when to schedule this?
- 01-28-2016, 06:14 PM #25
I haven't played this in a few days myself. I think I'm at 14 or 15. The leveling's just SUCH a bore. There's no challenge, originality, or entertainment in these quests. shouldn't be a healer who pulls 3-6 mods 2 levels higher than him, then leave the battle with almost no damage taken. It just feels like a punishment gate to suffer through to earn the right to play real content.
Now that I'm in the beta for The Division this weekend (as well as Homefront: The Revolution's one-day deal), and Infinity's Armory is out in Halo 5, IDK if I'll get back to this until next week.
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