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    Default Leveling Guide for 2021

    Does anyone have a leveling guide for 2021? All the guides I have seen are at least 2+ years old and do not include Feywild or Borderlands.

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    most people skip borderlands for lower levels just because you''ll typically get enough exp from korthos/daily dice/ harbor 2s

    i typically run feywild right after 3bc. start with the level 5s at level 7 until your exp capped, take 8 then finish the level 6s in the saga.
    the nice thing about feywild is it lets you kind of rush into 3bc earlier for those bigger exp quests i think i did harbor/market 2s then catacombs STK then 3bc feywild and the typical leveling routine after that. though that was with an exp pot so you might need to add the sentinals chain in the market in there before 3bc

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    Default updated guide

    This has been updated to include Borderlands and Feywild

    http://malkier.xyz/community/quest-g...ide/#post-3825

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    Do you guys not like DDO?
    Why do you need a guide? There's a zillion quests. Go anywhere. Get XP.
    Level 30 doesn't have anything that's more fun than doing waterworks at level 5.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VanCowboy View Post
    Does anyone have a leveling guide for 2021? All the guides I have seen are at least 2+ years old and do not include Feywild or Borderlands.
    I save up my daily dice ( if 500 or over ) and weekly dice so that when I reincarnate i can start at level 3 or 4. Then I do korthos, wilderness, or easy quests until I hit level 4. Borderlands wilderness if you need a horse or borderlands weapon. Feywild wilderness if you want to collect crystals for a feywild weapon.

    Borderland quests I did once at low levels and probably never again. They're much better at epic levels.

    The Lost Gatekeepers quests are good though if looking for something to do before strong enough to do to build up to Feywild. But really any of the quests are good. They're all fun. I like to make sure I do enough coin lord quests to get the extra inventory.

    And then Feywild at level 5 - 7 depending how strong the character is. Groups are very common right now for feywild but most run with a level limit of 7 even though some of the Feywild quests are level 6. They're strong xp so be careful not to cap yourself.
    Last edited by elvesunited; 03-23-2021 at 01:12 PM.

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    I'm always surprised that to this day there is no story guide ... Says a LOT about who is playing this game for what ...
    "You are a Tiefling. And a Cleric, with the Domain of the Sun. Doesn't that contradict each other ?" "No, all my friends are playing evil. I found that so boring that I decided to be on the good side. And, besides, Sun and Fire, where is the difference, really ?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by TekkenDevil View Post
    Do you guys not like DDO?
    Why do you need a guide?...
    Yes, the posters do not like DDO, which is why they're asking detailed questions about it in the forums. Thanks for the question.

    There is no single "right" way to play DDO, except the way that any individual player enjoys.
    The Basics of DDO / "Select Adventure Pack" Sales & "How to choose an Adventure Pack"

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