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I would travel through the Shadowfell. Perhaps there are fortune and glory to be found. Just turn yourselves into a shadow and shadow walk... no problem, right?
Yes, bring 100s of shadow walk scrolls when not fighting... and perhaps invisibility scrolls as well to avoid contact.
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Yes I would I would take my axe and my clr to heal me HAHA
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Almost-never-played-alts: Arquera - Chapolin - Fabber - Herweg - Mecanico - Tenma
I want DDO to be a better game. Those are my personal suggestions on: Ammunition, Archmage, Combat Stances, Deities, Dispel Magic, Epic Destiny Map, Fast Healing, Favor, Favored Enemy, Half-elf Enhancements, Monk Kensai, Monk Stances, Past Life, Potency, Potions, Ranger Spells, Summons, Tiered Loot.
I have a nephew that I'd like to take with me as I travel through Shadowfell, then promptly leave his annoying butt there.
Yes. Metalbone would travel through the Shadowfell, if he deemed it was necessary.
As he is presently on his FvS life, he would make sure to pack plenty of mushroom powder and saffron. And probably an impulse item, too.
I would, on my travel through the Shadowfell make sure I bring a towel. Because you never go anywhere without your towel.
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That warforged needs a skill tome of spot.
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Several characters on Sarlona all starting with "Rand" in the Guild "Guardians of House Cannith". My main four characters are Randowl (20 Warlock EA DPS Build), Randslar (Bard 14 / Fighter 4 / Rogue 2 Swashbuckler), Randek (Druid CC Caster 17/Fvs 3) and Randomall (Rogue 20 assassin).
''Did just those shadows move?? I really should stop drinking.''
Going through the Shadowfell? I'll just gut the first convict that crosses my way, then with Shadowform and with my Soul Sealed i'll travel the Shadowfell far and wide listening to the whispers of this "Shar" deity that seems to be a promising patron deity for my so far atheist rogue shadowdancer.
Would I travel through the Shadowfell? Yes, if there was no better way.
What would I bring with me? Ideally, a Sunlord of Aumanator (Or a Morninglord of his Dawn Aspect, Lathander). Failing that, a Sunblade, and a suit of Light Guard or Radiance armor.
The Shadowfell sounds like an intriguing place. Dangerous, no doubt, but intriguing. So yes, I would travel through it ... but I would take my friends too.
Of course I would! There's no place I wouldn't travel through, as I'm a capable adventurer! I would bring with me my best gear and some empty backpacks, hoping to snag some uber lootz!
Yes I would. I would take everything I possess, just in case I decide I don't want to come back through Shadowfell!
Reluctantly, as much as I would prefer to do otherwise, I suppose my mission would call me to Shadowfell, and I would bring with only that which allows me to continue my holy quest to banish evil.
(maybe sneak in a couple ham sandwiches too....)
Lajandra's Lantern...and hundreds of potions to fill it with.
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