Misty Thicket  

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Continent: Antonica
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Level Range: 1 - 12
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The forest of Misty Thicket acts as a gateway to the rest of Norrath for Rivervale's Halfling population. It is a fair-sized chunk of land which is divided into two areas by a great wall. While the eastern side of the wall is well-guarded by the Guardians of the Vale, the western side is dominated by Deathfist Orcs and Runnyeye Goblins.
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quest help
# Mar 16 2006 at 4:05 PM Rating: Decent
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im doing a quest for v'lynn rnejo/fajio knejo.ive done all the trials except the last part.i need to get NOTE ABOUT YOUR LAST TRIAL.where or who do i get this note from.i really need help getting this note.
RE: quest help
# Mar 16 2006 at 10:19 PM Rating: Decent
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im doing the quest for V'lynn Renloe/Fajio Knejo in MISTY THICKET.ive done the trials except the last one.how do i get the item NOTE ABOUT YOUR FOURTH TRIAL so i can complete the quest.what do i have to hill to get it . PLEASE RESPOND WITH THE ANSWER PLEASE .IVE DONE SO MUCH OF THIS QUEST TO BE STUCK AT THE AND OF IT.
RE: quest help
# Apr 05 2009 at 11:14 AM Rating: Decent
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go BACK to the quest giver in POK he gives you the note when your done
HELP
# Sep 25 2003 at 2:09 PM Rating: Decent
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I am a level 5 halfling druid, and i can't seemt o get any decent exp from anything that won't con red. Can you help me out?
RE: HELP
# Sep 25 2003 at 2:33 PM Rating: Default
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It will only get worse. The exp per kill at 5th level is a LOT compared to the higher levels. At level 59, you could spend hours killing dark blues and only get a blue or two of exp, depending on the zone you are in.
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Illegible Cantrips...
# Jun 28 2003 at 7:54 AM Rating: Decent
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Anyone know what these are used for? Looted from Orc Apprentices...worth nothing from vendors in town...assuming maybe an early Int. caster quest?

Edited, Sat Jun 28 08:13:02 2003
Guards?
# Jun 24 2003 at 12:37 PM Rating: Decent
In passing through here to get to Runny Eye, I've noticed that some of the guards are in the 30's range. Has anyone tried hunting these guys, and do you have any advice for soloing them?
Guards?
# Jun 11 2005 at 5:00 PM Rating: Decent
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As far as I know they do NOT drop halfling parts. Carrion spiders in East Karana DO drop halfling parts. Im sure that there are other places they can drop, but I haven't come across any. The carrion spiders are social if you are a low level, but if you are around 30 or higher, you should have no problem taking the spiders out.
Guards?
# Jun 08 2005 at 4:33 PM Rating: Decent
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Anyone know if they drop halfling parts? I would assume so but, you never know.
RE: Guards?
# Nov 28 2003 at 10:12 PM Rating: Good
see my post on rpgexpert for more information...
http://www.rpgexpert.com/352.html
RE: Guards?
# Nov 17 2003 at 4:27 PM Rating: Decent
for there level they hit extremely hard but miss often they hit in the 70s when they hit and run at 18%health.Depending which camp u want to try i have different strategies.for the arch where the two guards is that u must pass to get to RE you should harmony one and Bow or spell pull the one u didnt harmony and if you are a class without harmony go to deputy Felp and kill him and just straight tank him and if your a caster he breaks root often but should be easy to nuke or set a pet on him but i recomend doing it with a partner at 30 31 they are soloable and 32-34 you will get good Exp and are very easy solos
War Documents
# Dec 26 2002 at 3:57 PM Rating: Decent
Anyone figured what docs 1-4 are for? None of the "Important" NPCs in Rivervale respond or seem interested. Un implemented quest, maybe? or Red Herings that drop off Orcs?
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RE: War Documents
# Feb 13 2003 at 12:45 PM Rating: Decent
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They're for the warrior newbie weapon. The Proudfoot edge.
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Easy money in MT
# Oct 07 2002 at 9:46 AM Rating: Excellent
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The easiest way I've found to make money is to go around Misty Thicket killing spiderlings and gathering the spiderling silks they drop. Also to spend time running around gathering Misty Acorns. I got 8 acorns in about an hour and sold them for 5pp each. The spiderling Silks I've found usually people are willing to pay 1pp per Silk. I've only been playing EQ for about 3 days and have made over 200 PP and have a velium Spear and some blackened armor that I got for trading.
On the note of warriors. I put all my points on Strength and I'm already level 12 in 3 days playing off and on. I can also crush just about anything in the Thicket including Motoo. :)
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Items
# May 27 2002 at 10:46 AM Rating: Decent
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I've found two items that I didn't see anything else about and was wondering what to do with them. One is the war pages I've got 3 of 4 (?) and then also the fractured jaw bone ? Can anyone tell me who to give either of these to or if they are a part of something bigger?

Thanks :)
RE: Items
# Jun 26 2003 at 4:46 AM Rating: Default
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i tmay be late to tell you but the war pages are for warrior weapon and the jaw is for rogue dagger
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Froglok
# May 16 2002 at 9:18 PM Rating: Default
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Wanted to add this because I havent seen it before. There is a froglok names Slaythe who spawns near the new large orc camp (the one between the wall and old camp). He spawns quite quickly, about 1-3min after killed, and was light blue to a 26 bard. Easy kill, but hits for 40's.
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RE: Froglok
# Aug 19 2002 at 8:37 AM Rating: Decent
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He is a trigered spawn, part of the Avenger Battle Axe quest. Look for the quest in Kaladim South.

Edited, Mon Aug 19 09:33:44 2002
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Zone overhaul
# Apr 30 2002 at 11:59 PM Rating: Good
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The Misty Thicket zone got an overhaul in a recent patch, and the new beasties drop items for Halfling-only quests originating in Rivervale. Each class now has low-level armor quests, each originating with someone in their respective guilds. Clerics get Stoutdeacon armor, Druids get Mosstoe leather, etc. (I can't remember those for Paladin/Ranger/Warrior/Rogue, have a look under Quests by Zone on this site, under Rivervale.) There are also more goblin and orc camps on the other side of the wall, and more ruins, containing undead halflings and diseased rats, near the entrance to Rivervale.

Nektulos forest recently got an overhaul as well, and new low level armor quests were put in place for inky classes in Neriak. (Ironically, many of them involve killing halflings for their skin and/or bones, mwhahahaha.)

Apparently since the Beastlord class was introduced, and they were given low-level armor quests, the rest of the classes/races are getting them as well. It looks like it's one race at a time, though.
Large Fruit Bat Wing
# Apr 12 2002 at 10:07 AM Rating: Decent
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Anybody know what these are for (if anything)? Looted one right near Dru ring today and can't find a word about them anywhere.

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RE: Large Fruit Bat Wing
# Aug 19 2002 at 1:42 PM Rating: Decent
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For Druid newbie weapon quest - any druid will gladly take this/buy this from you.
REVAMP of ZONE ?!!?
# Apr 10 2002 at 4:56 PM Rating: Decent
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I dont know about everyone elses server or whatever. But this zone has gotten a TOTALLY new overhall on Terris Thule. I logged on as my level 11 druid. First thing out, I see a YELLOWJACKET and I kill it, it dropped a yellow jacket chitil ? Or something, I guess i was lucky? ok let me give other examples.

The bats are no longer just Large bat, giant bat. There are FRUIT BATS and LARGE FRUIT BATS, even with a new skin...

YELLOWJACKETS (not to mention how much haerder it makes it to get giant wasp wings now) - they are just like the wasps in the game. Apparently there is a new low level armor quest, im in scarab now, but it might be nice to learn about indeed. the Caprice like thing is NO DROP

An ORC LUMBERJACK - ??? I have no idea but there he was. Just standing around.

There were also New inkies in our halfling home land. If you go through the wall to the more difficult side and take an imediate left, there are... ugh forget the name something like, DARK ASSASIN, they conned green to me at 11.Dropping DARK ELF SKINS.

Also just near the entrance of our city... if your comming out of it, taking a right, along that wall there is a SCARECROW and about 25 diseased rats. Which attacked me on site even though they conned green.

I confirmed it. but there is another orc camp, not just the one in the corner. It is along the side wall back to the WALL. imagine its along zone edge between the CORNER orc camp and the WALL. Set up kind of like a Derv camp. Its kind of a WIDE setup, and rather nice.

Also the Goblins were dropping (often) A crude Ore. I am thinking NOW that quest MIGHT be fixed where whats his name asks for PROOF the orcs are moving in on Goblin territory. I am thinking they are moving Ore, or there are new quest parts.

I am assuming with more classes available to the Halfling, they have revamped their home a bit? It was bizzare, I was a little dissapointed, it still seems level 10 is really the limit for hunting, Except most of these other orcs conned solid blue to me at 11, which was not bad, you may be able to hunt into very eary teens now.

Aside from that Scarabs of course, a FEW conned a bit higer and that rare DRED skeleton, mooto, and maybe the goblin alchemist or shaman.

You could however POWER LEVEL someone a lot easier here now. Witht he Inkies, they hit and stunned but had low hit points.

Ohhh and I got my SCARAB BRACER thing for the bug collection quest. but it looks like more of a fighter item.

Edited, Wed Apr 10 18:00:08 2002
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Coin Mystery
# Jan 20 2002 at 6:36 PM Rating: Decent
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Ok boys and girls, listen up: Im not sure if this works, but Ive been trying, There is this one quest with this guy in Misty who mentions a coin, but never responda about it... There is a bag at the bottom of the lake in Rivervale... I picked it up once, but discarded it...it has a lore item coin in it. Now im tryin to find it again. Anyways, when I DO find it, im givin it to the guy and see what happens, Hope It is something rad. Tell me if you find out anything.

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RE: Coin Mystery
# Aug 19 2002 at 8:45 AM Rating: Decent
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The bag is for the very first quest you get when creating a hafling rogue. For exp and pocket change. If i remember correctly. There is also a gem in a nasty fish in this river (for another mission).

The hafling who speak about a coin in misty is linked to the Avenger Battle Axe quest (look in the kaladim south quest), not the ancien coin one.

Hope this help.
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RE: Coin Mystery
# Apr 11 2002 at 4:44 PM Rating: Decent
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Ok my friend, you are confusing 2 seperate quests.
Bag in the lake, is "an old torn pouch" and it doesn't have anything in it, because you can't open it. You turn that into the rogue guild ( she is on the 2nd floor) and get faction and some exp. Also if your lucky you can get the ruby (worthless) from Chomper.

The coin is found in the armor vendor's (chain and plate) house. In the back room, where mangler the dog is, on the bed there is what looks like a bag. When you pick it up you have a lore coin. Turn it in to the guy on the 2nd floor of the rogue guild, (sorry I can't remember either npc name atm) for faction. Both quest are for rogues and/or anyone with high enough faction.
Hope this helps :)


Edited, Thu Apr 11 17:45:36 2002
Coin Mystery
# Apr 10 2002 at 4:59 PM Rating: Decent
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I think there is a coin in nearly every major city. I was told it was an Enchanterquest, being that they take form of said race, and get the coins. There is also a tattered pouch in the water. thats different. This coin thing, Ancient coin, or whatever, is for an enchanter quest for a spell.
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RE: Coin Mystery
# Apr 30 2002 at 11:50 PM Rating: Good
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As far as I know, the coins found in the cities throughout Norrath are for an enchanter quest originating in the Temple of Solusek Ro. Scroll of Tashania, something like that. I don't think it's the epic, though.
RE: Coin Mystery
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Hey - I once found a coin in the 'swimming pool' outside the temple of life in North Qeynos, I believe it was lore but can't be sure, but I remember thinking WTF? at the time. Not sure if this helps.
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RE: Coin Mystery
# Mar 05 2002 at 7:47 AM Rating: Decent
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Those coin are for a quest that starts in Sol, can't remember the details off hand
RE: Coin Mystery
# Mar 18 2002 at 1:13 PM Rating: Default
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Those coins are for a part of the enchanter epic quest. There is a coin of that type in every city. The enchanter has to collect them all.
RE: Coin Mystery
# Oct 01 2002 at 10:03 AM Rating: Excellent
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The coins are for Tashania, the final Enchanter Tash spell. The coins are found as follows:

Neriak: Dive off the bridge in Neriak Commons and it is just outside the window of the Blind Fish. Next to the Wizard Rod.
Kaladim: In a very small pool by the Warrior's Guild.
Ak'anon: At the very rear of Akanon near the water wheel (on the ground).
Grobb: In the small pool near the bar when you zone in.
Oggok: Outside the warrior guild in the moat.
Qeynos: In the large pool near the Temple of Life where the Koliandl fish resides.
Halas: In the lake in front of city. Hug the left wall when you zone in and dive in the lake, its the second ledge.
Felwithe: In the small pond near the fisherman at the back of North Felwithe.
Erudin: In the fountain outside the enbtrances to the three caster guilds in Erudin Palace.
Freeport: In the water of under the Arcane Sciences building.

For the rest, go here: http://eq.crgaming.com/spells/vendordetails.asp?Action=Description&Id=88
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what to kill at lvl 5
# Nov 27 2001 at 9:47 PM Rating: Decent
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at lvl 5 hunt the black bears and shawow wolfs, and some times orcs and goblins
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One way to solo
# Nov 27 2001 at 9:45 PM Rating: Decent
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i am a level 7 druid and i snare wandering bats, wasps,goblins,bears,spiders, and rats. but beware at the KSing gaurds. i solo out between 2 of the goblin camps and snare and cast and usualy end up useing melle. save up your runneyeye warbead,DF belts,and if you are a druid you can forage one pice of the DRUID EPIC QUEST! i foraged up a SEEWENED MUDROOT witch is one of the many perts of the epic. and buy lvl 5 you realy dont need to buy that much food if you can forage cayse my forage is at cap, it doesnt work all the time but works most of the time. it is a good idea to save you all the misty acorns you find. they are bright green leaf shaped figures on the screen, and high levels like them cause they are part of that you need to make cultural armor. and if you do the bug quest you might want to get a high level to help you get the giant fire beetle legs. i started the quest once but i never did finish it. and the bixie queen spans on the first tower when coming from Rivervale. but bewar she casts spells on you and she usualy has some cronies, and at lvl 5 with my rouge her and one cronie took me past half health. and try and not hunt the wasps without a thorns or other buff that reflects damage cause they frenzie(meaning you atack one and if there are anymore around they will atack you also). try and buy leather or banded at low lvls then get better armor and better armor till you have some of the best or the best for your class. and if you can can you spare some money a brown chitin protceter and smoe other items like black chitin leggings, plz help.
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About Leveling...
# Oct 15 2001 at 7:27 PM Rating: Default
I am playing a halfling druid (which I must say is really cool!), I have hit level 5 and most of the monsters before the wall aren't giving me much in the way of experiance. I tried killing the ones beyond the wall but have died twice while trying to run from their huge attacks. What would be the best course of action to partake. Should I keep trying to kill the biggies, or should I stick with the lowbies for a while. Any help would be much appreciated. Thanx
RE: About Leveling...
# Nov 24 2001 at 8:48 AM Rating: Decent
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if you can't find anyone of your level to group with you, you can always slaughter wolves inside the walls. sure, it lowers your faction with a few druid guilds ever-so slightly, but it won't really effect you. you can also keep an eye out for queen klacknaks
RE: About Leveling...
# Oct 24 2001 at 4:41 PM Rating: Good
Oh goody I can help someone, finally. I'm level 10, I suggest trying to find a buddy, and grouping with him, then going to the higher lvl side of the wall. Stay with him at minimum of reaching lvl 6, but at 7 or more is the safest time to start soloing on the hard side. Hope I can help!
Misty Acorns
# Oct 04 2001 at 4:38 PM Rating: Good
Misty Acorns are ____ Spawns... Random? Rare? Set? Common? Any help in location or getting these elusive things will help! I also have information that taht there is a triangular spawn in an area near the entrance of MT, but this isnt confirmend (plus i believe they are in bags or have that animation) Thanks for any help!
RE: Misty Acorns
# Oct 24 2001 at 6:20 PM Rating: Default
Misty Acorns are random and fairly rare. They appear as a bright green diamond, just click on them to pick them up. I've found nearly a stack of them over the course of 11 levels.

The three bags are berries, for the cleric supplies quest. Talk to Beek Guinders in the cleric guild.
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# Aug 19 2001 at 9:38 PM Rating: Decent
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i agree that MT is prolli the best nOObii zone on the continent...or the game even...i was there until lvl 14 and then the orcs became green, from there on i moved onto EK and NRO...long run...but i was binded in RV and i had SoW =O) but nowadays i return to misty to give away items and buffs (im a twinkie) =OP so if you see me give me a tell i will do the best i can to help =O)
Problem with MT
# Aug 09 2001 at 4:41 PM Rating: Decent
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The problem with RV is that you don't pick up good group habits. I've been there with two characters, dwarf warrior now lvl 19 and helf wizzard lvl 9 and still there. As I ventured out to other areas with my warrior I learned group techniques that I would never of been able to learn in MT. I suggest to all reading this post, mostly newbies such as myself, take the time to learn these techniques in MT before venturing out. It will pay off in the long run.

Aale
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Get to Qeynos
# Jun 30 2001 at 6:17 PM Rating: Default
I need to get to qeynos but no one can teleport me:( What is the shortest rought to Qeynos?
RE: Get to Qeynos
# Nov 24 2001 at 9:10 AM Rating: Decent
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This was compiled using eqatlas.com, I assume you are in Rivervale or somewhere near that:

From Rivervale, enter the Kithicor Woods and travel along the path until you have a choice to go in different directions. Head west until you zone into Highpass Hold. Head north. When you get a chance to take a second path, go either way - they meet up soon. At the first body of water, turn left and continue until you see a building called the Serpent Supply. Next, head north and keep following the path until you reach an abandoned camp. Go east until you reach another crossroads, and turn north. When faced with your next choice, take the path on the left and continue northwest. Head southwest when you have the choice. Keep walking, straight past the path that joins the one you're on. Go north, taking the left path just ahead into East Karana. Zoning into EK, keep to the path, and when you have your first real choice,(there are several smaller paths running off of the main one, ignore those) take a left and follow the path and take the bridge into North Karana. In NK, keep following the path. At the first crossroads, go straight. At the next, turn north and follow the path into WK. In West Karana, simply stick to the main path and zone into Qeynos Hills. If you get lost, head west until you hit the zone wall, then look for the entrance. In the hills, well I don't think I need anymore explaination here... Take the path and go left(south) when you have the choice. You're in North Qeynos.

A couple of notes here:
1) Many of these places, especially Kithicor Forest can be a serious health risk to newer characters. Find a party or a nice, high level character to protect you.
2) This is an extremly long journey. I'd expect it to take AT LEAST two or three game days.
3) I have never actually been on most of these paths, so all fault it to be blamed on Muse from eqatlas.com :P
Misty Acorns
# Jun 24 2001 at 11:54 PM Rating: Decent
Every now and then, you will notice (maybe) a small green diamond shaped spot on the ground. Pick it up, it is a "misty acorn."

They are used for making "acorn oil" for halfling cultural tailoring and for some quests. You can make several gold to several plat saving them and selling to the higher level characters that wander back here.
Where to sell your loot
# Jun 15 2001 at 12:15 AM Rating: Default
I found as a Human Druid I couldn't fit inside the little huts. However, when you first enter Misty Thicket, theres a group of huts. In the westernmost one the NPC is close enough to the window that you can interact with her.
RE: Where to sell your loot
# Mar 18 2002 at 1:19 PM Rating: Decent
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You can get into shorty (halfling, dwarf, gnome) dwellings by ducking. This works for medium races, not sure about fatties.
Houses in Misty
# May 12 2001 at 12:41 AM Rating: Default
I am a Barbarian Shaman, I have recent come to RiverVale area, and I have found that I cannot get inside the houses in Misty Thicket to speak with the Merchants that live out there. I duck down and try to squeeze in but no success. Is it possible for large size humanoids to get in? How am I to purchase certain wares or speak to those folks required to start quests?

Anderi
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RE: Houses in Misty
# Oct 01 2002 at 10:06 AM Rating: Excellent
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If that fails, you should try and get a wolf form casted. Or, I believe something happened in the last patch that took away the shrinking restriction?(inside only) Dont hold me to that though.
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RE: Houses in Misty
# May 31 2001 at 12:37 PM Rating: Default
Odds are that a big Shaman like you will need to duck down to be able to get through the door...

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#Anonymous, Posted: Apr 17 2001 at 9:56 AM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) i met someone that got 465pp from asking 4 $$ here.... many nice people here
RE: big $$$$$$
# May 31 2001 at 3:25 PM Rating: Default
I know a number or higher level characters that are either just passing through to beat on big-league undead in the Kithicor Forest or who have returned to ramp up their Tailoring and other skills.

If you have the coin, the Misty Thicket has almost everything you need to advance very quickly in many skills.

Bhodi Longshanks
Trickster Cleric
High-levels
# Apr 16 2001 at 9:21 PM Rating: Decent
I don't know if its our great looks or our hospitality, more and more i am finding that there are high-level characters in the zone, many of them halflings, that have come back to Misty to help lower-levels fight. Since there are so little people in this zone (the most is now about 30), you have a much better shot at them helping YOU out for a while... hehe, i've gone from level 1-6 in one sitting solely because there were always high-levels that cast SoW and Skin Like Nature and all those fun buffs :)

To add to that, those people sometimes have their periods of generosity (thats why they came back to help out in the first place, duh! ), and there is usually a nice little game organized for the newbies around once per night, where you can get some decent items... I once met a halfling Rogue that had been given Imbued Vale Studded Cloak and Leggings. The bum! But this just goes to point out that this is the best newbie zone in the entire game. There is really no danger at all in this zone (besides Mooto, but i've always been able to outrun him (without sow and my pretty buffs even :) )).

Good Luck and Safe Hunting!
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RE: High-levels
# May 31 2001 at 12:42 PM Rating: Default
A number of halflings will return to this area at the higher levels, both to visit their relations and to help out their siblings get started.

Another very good reason is the increase of evil monsters in the Kithicor Forest, which seems to be a newer hunting ground for the higher level adventurers as well.

I would also mention a rumor I heard lately regarding some sort of change in forces mentioned by a passing Bard when he was speaking of the RunnyEye Citadel. These changes may bring back some of these adventurers as well.

Bhodi
Trickster Cleric
RE: High-levels
# Nov 17 2003 at 4:41 PM Rating: Decent
the high levels might be killing guards like me cuz the guards drop 12pp spears and 3pp sheilds that are awesome loot for a level 30 to 36. If they arent killing guards they are on there way to go rip apart runnyeye cuz in runnyeye u can easily make 500pp if you kill everything which high levels can do.














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#Anonymous, Posted: Mar 26 2001 at 7:12 PM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) He backstabbed and killed me with hate feelings for other races. I had tried to kill Amber, probably his small pet spider.
#Anonymous, Posted: Mar 01 2001 at 8:06 AM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) How do you get bound to another place than your starting one?
RE: Get Bound?
# May 31 2001 at 12:44 PM Rating: Default
A Cleric of 14th level or higher should be able to Bind you to a new town area.

Give a /shout out and odds are someone will be nice enough to bind you. Just be polite if they say you need to wait a few minutes for them to finish up what they're currently working on...

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RE: Get Bound?
# Mar 10 2001 at 2:18 PM Rating: Decent
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make the trip to freeport. once you get there, /shout (POLITELY) and ask a caster to bind you. usually, someone will be happy to accomodate.
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#Anonymous, Posted: Jul 11 2001 at 5:41 PM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post)
NEW NPC/QUEST - BIDILS the QUICKHAND
# Feb 23 2001 at 9:59 AM Rating: Good
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[Fri Feb 23 02:04:52 2001] You say, 'hail Bidils the Quickhand'
[Fri Feb 23 02:04:52 2001] Bidils the Quickhand says 'Why, hello there Droo ! And what brings ya to see little old me? Oh, let me guess! I am sure it is because ya wish t'buy a good spot of Jumjum and listen to [my tale]? Oh, quite lovely so! Why else would one well rounded Halfling come to see the great Bidils the Quickhand other than to hear of this rogue's great adventures!

[Fri Feb 23 02:05:44 2001] You say, 'tell me your tale'
[Fri Feb 23 02:05:44 2001] Bidils the Quickhand says 'Ahhh. . . I see the gods have found the time to be now for a good ear to lend to my words! So long as ya share the Jumjum, I can speak t'ya of the endless adventures and triumphs of Bidils the Quickhand! Now. . . where shall I begin? Yes! [The beginning], of course! Indeed, quite lovely so.

[Fri Feb 23 02:05:52 2001] Your Location is 335.64, -1993.31, -15.07

[Fri Feb 23 02:06:01 2001] Taking a screenshot...

[Fri Feb 23 02:06:18 2001] You say, 'what is the beginning?'
[Fri Feb 23 02:06:19 2001] Bidils the Quickhand says 'Yes, of course I shall begin at the beginning! No proper tale would begin anywhere other than the beginning! You see, good Halfling, I was once a humble rog. . . merchant within this here fair city. Oh, how the Jumjum and gol. . . merchandise flowed in then! Quite lovely, indeed, it was. Well then, where was I?


[Fri Feb 23 02:06:40 2001] You say, 'you were a merchant'
[Fri Feb 23 02:06:40 2001] Bidils the Quickhand says 'Ahhh yes! Those days were fair indeed. How I do miss them! Of course, that is not to say that Bidils the Quickhand does not appreciate the eyes and favor of Bristlebane upon him! In fact, it is quite the contrary! I do love a good prank! Yes, quite lovely so!

[Fri Feb 23 02:06:58 2001] You say, 'who is bristlebane'
[Fri Feb 23 02:06:58 2001] Bidils the Quickhand says 'Fizzlethorp Bristlebane, indeed quite the trickster and with a sense of humor! I bet you could not have seen that Bidils the Quickhand would have caught the eye of such a dignified individual, now did ya? Yes, The King of Thieves. . . and merchants finds it amusing when one [takes his possessions]!


[Fri Feb 23 02:07:20 2001] You say, 'what possessions did you take'
[Fri Feb 23 02:07:21 2001] Bidils the Quickhand 's eyes grow wide with an eager, child-like anticipation. ''Oh yes! Upon one of my several adventures through this great, glorious land of Norrath, I did stumble upon a [lovely treasure], indeed! Great skill and cunning was used, skill that belonged only to Bidils the Quickhand, and has yet to be surpassed within this realm!''

[Fri Feb 23 02:07:35 2001] You say, 'what lovely treasure?'
[Fri Feb 23 02:07:36 2001] Bidils the Quickhand says 'A lovely gem, far more beautiful than even the most delicate and fury feet of a halfling lass! It was larger than my face, and sparkled more than the most pure of Jumjum catching the rays of Karana's blessed skies! Indeed, it was a divine treasure to behold. . . but little then did I know that such a treasure truly belonged to the King of Thieves. . . and merchants himself! But no, such truths still would not have [stopped me]!

[Fri Feb 23 02:08:18 2001] You say, 'what gem?'
[Fri Feb 23 02:08:27 2001] You say, 'what stopped you?'
[Fri Feb 23 02:08:27 2001] Bidils the Quickhand says 'Ahh ha! I was not stopped, and the gem was mine! Right from beneath the arms of Bristlebane himself did I take it! That was when he noticed me. . . and that is when I was taken from the humble life of a merchant and placed within the glorious [realm of heroes]! Of course. . . Bristlebane took back the gem. What a shame. Indeed, quite so.

[Fri Feb 23 02:08:46 2001] You say, 'what is the realm of heroes?'
[Fri Feb 23 02:08:47 2001] Bidils the Quickhand says 'The realm of heroes, that is my new home. . . Well, it was. Ahhh, indeed, it is quite lovely! It is where all that catch the eyes of the gods in favor ascend if their deeds be true and worthy enough for note! Perhaps one day, Droo , you shall rise as well!! Look at Bidils the Quickhand, once a sturdy merchant and now a [humble servant] and rewarder of deeds!

[Fri Feb 23 02:09:55 2001] You say, 'what humble servant?'
[Fri Feb 23 02:09:56 2001] Bidils the Quickhand says 'Yes! Indeed, a humble servant I am! I complain not for my occupation. . . as I am humble. I collect [deeds and make recognition] of those who have caught the eyes of the gods. Why the gods do it not themselves, I am lost for answers. . . but, I do not complain. They are gods, you know. Quite busy! Indeed, lovely so!

[Fri Feb 23 02:10:08 2001] You say, 'what deeds and recognition'
[Fri Feb 23 02:10:08 2001] Bidils the Quickhand says 'Deeds! Yes, the gods are quite tricky and intelligent you know! They have found a way to mark deeds in the form of a coin! A [coin] in which one who has been so fortunate enough as to accept would give to me. . . or one of the [other Heroes] that have recently come to this land.

[Fri Feb 23 02:10:30 2001] You say, 'what coin?'
[Fri Feb 23 02:10:39 2001] You say, 'what other heroes?'
[Fri Feb 23 02:10:39 2001] Bidils the Quickhand says 'Oh yes! I am not the only one who has returned to Norrath in search of Heroes! There are many others, indeed! Although, as the gods, their colors vary. Some are [kind and gentle] while some are [vile and nasty] beings of which ya should watch ya'r back for.

[Fri Feb 23 02:11:04 2001] You say, 'what are kind and gentle?'
[Fri Feb 23 02:11:04 2001] Bidils the Quickhand sighs heavily, a twinkle in his eye and warm smile upon his heavy cheeks. ''Yes. . . none so as Ailerina the Gentle, as she was so rightfully named. A lovely lass. Tender as a gentle morning mist. . . Yes. . . Indeed, quite lovely so. An enchanting creature. . . and as pure as Tunare's good grace itself. It is no wonder she caught the Earth Mother's eye.''

[Fri Feb 23 02:11:23 2001] You say, 'what are vile and nasty?'
[Fri Feb 23 02:11:23 2001] Bidils the Quickhand glares and spits on the ground beside him. '' I know not why some of these. . . villains are called heroes. It is all part of the fold and plan, I am sure. However, I shall give ya this warning of one of them, perhaps the most vile of all, and that is Kizrak the Tyrant, a brutal creature of the Warlord who has quite the taste for halflings. . . and I mean not in the sense of good grace and kindness!''

In regards to the coin, these do not work:
'where do i find a coin?'
'where is the coin?'
'what coin?'
'what about a coin?'
'where is the coin?'
'tell me where the coin is'
'I have a coin'
'where can I get a coin?'
'where are the coins?'
'can i have a coin?'
'I want a coin'
'how do i get a coin?'
'give me a coin please'
'coin?'
'i want phat lewt'
'what coin do you speak of?'
'tell me about the coin'

If you give him jumjum stalks, brandy, regular coins or anything else I tried, he just thanks you for it.

If you mention the word rogue at all he says :
[Fri Feb 23 02:23:09 2001] Bidils the Quickhand says 'Shhh!! You mistake me! I said I was a merchant, did I not! Perhaps someone has placed a bit of brandy in your Jumjum. Here, give it to old Bidils the Quickhand, I will assure that you are well to travel home in time.
RE: NEW NPC/QUEST - BIDILS the QUICKHAND
# May 31 2001 at 12:45 PM Rating: Decent
I have a strong feeling this is related directly to the new Deity Specific quests which are being developed by the EQ design teams and were mentioned briefly in the latest Patch message.

Bhodi Longshanks
Trickster Cleric
RE: NEW NPC/QUEST - BIDILS the QUICKHAND
# Feb 27 2001 at 12:03 AM Rating: Decent
14 posts
Anyone know where this NPC is located exactly? Is he in Misty Thicket or actually in Rivervale?
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RE: NEW NPC/QUEST - BIDILS the QUICKHAND
# Mar 17 2001 at 12:49 PM Rating: Decent
12 posts
He is located in Misty Thicket. When u come out of the tunnel from Rivervale go straight to the mini wall things then go around the big hill to the left and u should find him.
#Anonymous, Posted: Feb 23 2001 at 8:07 AM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) for some reason i can't make money here as some people say this is the best newbie zone in the game to tell you the truth i think crushbone is cause the got pawns and cents for your lower lvls and you can get cb belts which sell for 1pp each or do the quest yourself but sometimes lvling is hard i would go to misty more but i cna't make money there can anyone tell me how to make good money here :) tell my halfling warrrior or druid. lvl 29 warrior and 10 druid minitank and ngiacmke, you should know which one is the tank.
RE: making money
# May 31 2001 at 12:49 PM Rating: Default
Fastest way I've gotten funds is to go on a killing spree of Fire Beetles and the like. Each eye will net you about 2sp or so, and keeping one of them in a main inventory slot will also increase your light radius for viewing.

Also, remember that killing creatures with stackable parts is good at lower levels, so go after those Bats and Snakes, since you can get about 8cp per wing, etc.

The money can be gotten, you just have to work for it a little bit.

Bhodi Longshanks
Trickster Cleric
RE: making money
# Mar 20 2001 at 10:12 AM Rating: Default
Thousands of characeters have successfully started here and progressed through to level 12 before leaving so I pressume you're from out of town. If that's the case why do you assume that the locals will trade with you? People from Rivervale face the same problems when they finally get to Freeport or Qeynos!

Get some bandages and give them, one at a time, to Joogl Honeybugger to raise your faction until the merchants will trade with you. Kill Goblins or, if high enough, orcs for the same reasons. Don't expect to get rich quick like you do in Crushbone or Everfrost. Halflings sell patchwork armour they've made to make money instead of selling ruined wolf pelts! If you want "good" money go and kill Dervs in N.Ro.
A short Mage Guide
# Feb 11 2001 at 2:40 AM Rating: Default
As so many already know this is a great newbie zone. As a 9th lvl Mage I have found the hunting good here. Cast a pet, arm him, shield him and yourself as best as you can, target a monster (don't forget to con it if you need to) and pull it to yourself with a cheap Shock Of Fire, you and your pet beat on it, or you can use your pet to kite (the first method yields more experierence for you and your pet lasts longer). I'm still getting experience (and fast) from several of the lower lvl creatures. If trouble comes Invisibility casts pretty quickly. Enjoy
Slaythe
# Feb 06 2001 at 10:41 PM Rating: Default
I have found that as a druid i grew up in misty and saw once and a while there was a froglok named slaythe near the orc camp i decided to see what his deal was .in the beastiary I found that he is 15-20(this is a major lie his lowest lvl i have seen is 19). At 20 i came here just to kill him a few times. you might have to turn in a few bandeges to the hunneybugger or whoever the quest involves. and you as bronin on top of the 2nd tower to the left going through the wall to runneye and ask him "what small favor". That spawns slaythe. at 20 with 142 wis i could solo him at yellow. He is great exp in 2 days i have gotten 2 lvls. it raises you faction with most of the rouge factions. I have gotten from being indifferent with him to being regarded warmly. I am going to get to lvl 24 here i am still getting about a blue bub per fight with him.
That is my 2cp.

Cwin Icewolf
Xegony
Mysterious NPCs
# Feb 05 2001 at 12:40 AM Rating: Decent
Does anyone know what the deal is with Ella Foodcrafter adn the efl that stands by the wall Gate? I have been unable to get anything out of either of them but they are always around. Something has to be up.

Rumguzzle
Halfling Druid of the 11th Winter
RE: Mysterious NPCs
# Feb 05 2001 at 1:06 AM Rating: Decent
Ella plays a role in the quest for the druid epic weapon, and I think the elf is there for some marathon starting in qeynos.
RE: Mysterious NPCs
# Feb 23 2001 at 9:43 AM Rating: Decent
The guy, Knejo, is for the bard Epic
#Anonymous, Posted: Jan 01 2001 at 6:41 PM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) Although my corpse litters the place - I agree, the best place around
free berries
# Oct 13 2000 at 9:19 PM Rating: Decent
I just noticed that with the latest patch, they added a berry patch. An area where three bags appear with berries inside. Once collected, they respawn in a few min.

it is located Northwest of the abandoned tower in the middle on the newbie zone (lvl 1-4 critters) at the bottom of the depression. the bags form a triangle pattern(if that helps you find them)
RE: free berries
# Oct 28 2001 at 12:23 AM Rating: Default
The berries are for the Cleric Supplies quest in the RV Clerics guild--go to Beek Guinders in the Cleric guild and give him two ruined wolf pelts, one black wolf pelt and one foraged berries (the berries in the bags on the ground); you will get a free Cleric spell, some money, experience and faction boosts.
Good money to be had
# Oct 11 2000 at 6:54 PM Rating: Decent
I discovered this little gem while trying to hold my experience level so members of my regular group could catch up. I camped the bixie spawn point (Misty Thicket wall, top of tower two towers right from the gate). I was averaging 3 silvers for each bixie stinger. about every 10th bixie or bixie drone would also have a honeycomb that I could auction for 1-2pp to enchanters in Misty Thicket. The only real hazard is the bixie queen who can beat up a low level character and the fact that the bixies will frequently die on the lip of the tower and fall to the ground outside the tower. You have to be careful running down to retrieve the goods or risk damage from a fall.
#Anonymous, Posted: Mar 24 2001 at 5:34 AM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) not if youre a monk
how do i get there
# Aug 29 2000 at 5:37 PM Rating: Default
im at the newbie lift in kelithen
RE: how do i get there
# Mar 20 2001 at 10:49 AM Rating: Default
Shout politely, asking if any high level Druid will teleport you to Misty Thicket. That will take hours off your journey time. The lternative is slow and dangerous (if you're low enough to want to go to Misty in the first place). Get the route maps off WWW.EQATLAS.COM.
RE: how do i get there
# Sep 01 2000 at 3:43 PM Rating: Decent
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ok, to get to misty thicket from the newbie lift in kelithen -
first, follow the path till you get to butcherblock mountins
follow the path in butcher. when it forks, follow to the right
get on the boat - it docks at the right side, as you come in the gate,
enjoy the scenic route through the ocean of tears
get off in freeport. find your way to west freeport, and zone out to
east commonlands. follow the path, when it forks, go left, which will take you to
west commonlands. follow this path, which will take you to
Kithicor forest - do NOT go through here at night. when you zone in, take a hard right and follow the zone wall. it will eventually bring you to
RIVERVALE - get bound here, and zone in to misty for some good newbie hunting =)

siacay
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[62 warlord] Halfling
Cazic-Thule Server
Misty and beyond
# Aug 26 2000 at 11:04 PM Rating: Good
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ok, pianissiomo got this pretty much perfectly imo - however, a few stratagies he may not have gone into are about avoidance. there are two fairly nasty goblin mobs that WILL spawn, usually at the camp to the far left of rivervale. the gobling alchemist will slaughter a group of 3 lvl 7's in no time. Mooto, the other mob, is thankfully not as nasty. 3 lvl 6's can take mooto.

if either of these two bad boys is spawned long enough, they will run around and kill anything attacking their fellow goblins. and yes, they do check all 3 camps - so if ya see em, i recommend training them to guards unless someone is specificlly looking to kill one.

other than that - at level six you can camp the two goblins who spawn inside the cave to the runnyeye zone for good xps. also, when you are killing gobs, dont forget to turn in the warbeads to the sherrif above the bank - good xp and he'll give you food and drink - enough so that you don't usually have to buy any.

after the gobbys are green to you, i suggest hunting NEAR the runneye zone line for young kodiaks and the wasps.

ok, after you finish in misty thicket, you should be lvl 10 or 11. so where too next?? i personally suggest you do one of two things. run to qeynos, get bound, and hunt the bandits and their ilk in west karana. or, run to freeport, get bound, and find one of the orc camps in the commonlands. after lvl 12, hit the derv camps in north ro and west commons. stay in those till around lvl 15, then head out to north karana, and solo the beetles there - at lvl 19, down to lake rathe... and so on. anyway, hope this info helps

my two coppers
siacay
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[62 warlord] Halfling
Cazic-Thule Server
Don't leave MT too soon
# Aug 23 2000 at 3:16 PM Rating: Good
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You lucky halfling (and those of other races smart enough to make their way here) get to hunt in the best newbie zone in the game. There is really no reason to leave here before level 10 at least. From level 1 to 4 stay behind the wall and hunt all of the easy Mobs there. I would suggest spiderlings for those tailors and bixie drones because the stinger they drop is worth decent money at that level. Then move on past the wall and start killing the big boys. Stay close enough to the guards to be able to run for help, but not too close as the halfling guards are know for going on an enthusiastic romp through the Thicket stealing everyones kill. Really, the area is so small, that you are rarely more than a short run to help, so feel free to wander a little. At 5, start sith the rats, then move up to bats and finally goblins. By 8 you should be able to handle entire camps of goblins yourself. Then you can kill young kodiaks, giant wasps and scarabs to get to 10 or 11. You can also camp the orc camp in the back corner starting around level 8. Of course, if you group, you can do all of this even sooner. The beauty of this is that most people seem to leave this zone by level 5 or 6 to seek their fortune in the wide world (and also to meet friends in Freeport or Qeynos). This leaves those who decide to stay up to 10 with plenty to hunt. Even if you go meet friends in the Freeport area, I suggest you head back here when you find yourself in a solo situation. This is still the best solo zone for these levels.
RE: Don't leave MT too soon
# Feb 12 2001 at 12:25 AM Rating: Decent
14 posts
I have been able to make it to level 12 within Misty Thicket (with a short stint in the Gorge that garnered 2-3 bubbles total at level 11) and still be challenged. As a druid this is a great proving ground. Venturing to the orc camp to stake a claim there for a while and then hunting scarabs, spiders adn wasps for variet works pretty well to go from 10-12. The nearness of the wall and its guards is a nice safety feature for those more timid.

I am finding 12 to be the limit of value for the most part and think the nearness of the Gorge works great. The plan is to hunt here until 14 is hit and then with SOW and Bind make my way to greener pastures in Qeynos or Freeport. Will let you all know how that works out.

A nice side bonus of Misty is that it is usually not too crowded with 15 or so being the norm. Of these there are usually a few high levels mixed in. I don't know if its this small atmosphere or our halflings chamrs but I have found most people to be real friendly and helpful, many even donating items or helping with free buffs and the like.

A good place to grow up.

Rumguzzle
Druid of the 12th Turning
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Misty Thicket
# Aug 23 2000 at 1:49 PM Rating: Default
6 posts
I happen to think that Misty Thicket is possibly the best newbie zone in the game. A well-played character can get from level 1-12 here no problem. The wall separates the easy guys and the harder stuff. A great place to get from level 6-9 are the scattered goblin camps near the runnyeye entrance. If you don't want to level in the newbie zone you are in now I suggest moving your character to Misty Thicket.
Tactics
# Aug 22 2000 at 9:30 PM Rating: Decent
Hunt on the Rivervale side of the wall until level 4-5. You can pull back to the Rivervale tunnel mouth and the guards there will not KS - they will only attack if you pull into the tunnel.
After level 4-5 head out through the gate in the wall and turn left - up to the top of "bat hill". There are a range of bats there to take you up to level 6-7.
Do not hunt or pull near the gate - the guards are very active and will KS off you - nothing more annoying then investing most of your HP and/or mana in a monster only to get zero exp or loot because some guard kills it.
Soloe or group to kill goblins from evens on. Collect the warbeads (destroy the shattered ones) as you can trade these in 4 at a time for exp, faction, money and food with the Sherrif.
Dont ignore the quests, which particularly at low level can result in decent experience and coin.
RE: Tactics
# Nov 27 2000 at 1:54 PM Rating: Default
This zone is excellent for newbies. I leveled up to lvl 10 faster than any other character I had. I fought on Rivervale side until level 4-5 and then foraged over to zone edge of misty near Runneye tunnel entrance. Yes, you have to watch out for Mooto because he comes by every once in a while and unless grouped or around some other helpful higher level players you will most assuredly die! I plucked around for giants bats for a level until it became obvious I would be here a long time at this pace. I then decided to camp inside runneye tunnel half way back and wait for the two goblins to spawn. I cast harmony on one and then pulled the other. I usually snared, let him run a bit away from other goblin, rooted and then cast. If he resisted I would try some melee work and try to cast root a few more times. Sometimes I got lucky (at lvl 6-7) and killed him but if my health was dropping it was only a short run down tunnel to runneye zone. Don't stray to far in Runneye because it's dangerous to your level but inside zone is not too bad. Basically, it worked out that one spawned, killed it, medded and then the other spawned, killed it and so on and so forth. Break the spawn and it's killing fields all night. Great XP and little risk. Oh, Mooto will often come running in when you pull one so keep your eyes open and book it if he comes. You can't handle mooto and a blue goblin alone.

Very often I never got hit once if target didn't resist. Also, in down times practice Forage, Hide and Sneak. Really useful to have later on.


Hope this helps.

PS: West commons along Kith zone is the next place to go for 2-3 levels and then you get you level 14 spells and then the world is you tree. heheh
#Anonymous, Posted: Aug 22 2000 at 8:17 PM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) i have to say that of ALL the newbie areas in the game that MT is by FAR the bestestestestest of all of them cause at 1-4 u kill the usual then by 5 its time to go to the big place..... PAST THE WALL *gasp* *gasp* u hanging with the big boys now.....u kill the wolves and bears around even if u a druid (no factions its cool) and then work your way up to wasps at like 7 and then the gobs at 9 to 11 (i think thats it) then off to the orc camp till 13 and then u have to leave *sigh* *sigh*
RE: BEST NEWBIE AREA
# Feb 23 2001 at 8:12 AM Rating: Default
what about rogues and warriors, my rogue could only fight goblins and my warrior didn't even stay in the zone i went to ec cause misty is a hard place to fight for him cause of no healiong in ec getting heals is wayyyyyy to easy :) plz post a message on how my fighters can fight safe without getting a buttwooping from mobs of anything
RE: BEST NEWBIE AREA
# Mar 20 2001 at 11:24 AM Rating: Default
My Rogue and Cleric both made level 10 before leaving (I've never bothered with a Warrior). The Rogue has it very easy in Misty Thicket - so easy that stuff conned Green for him at lower levels than for my Druid or Cleric. By level 10 if the orc camp is broken a Rogue can solo it and Mooto is no plroblem either. However you do have to be prepared to fight into your last HP bulb.
When and Where to go from Misty Thicket
# Aug 23 2000 at 7:57 AM Rating: Decent
As a halfling cleric on Luclin, Cubbun, I found that by lvl 11 I was finding less and less things to kill that would give me experience. From there I moved on to North Ro (The trip is easier if u have made the trip to Freeport before). North Ro entrance is I believe in the side wall in the East Commonlands. Just ask around. BEFORE U GO ON, GET A BIND IN FREEPORT. NOTHINGS WORSE THAN WALKING BACK FROM MISTY THICKET TO NORTH RO WITH NOTHING TO DEFEND YOURSELF. In North Ro I killed the Cutthroat Dervs there which are ok experience and pretty good loot. I would only fight there for 2-3 lvls. Then move on to Oasis of Marr. The best way to lvl there is to solo any crocs suitable to your lvl or have only 1 or 2 other members if your scared. By this time most casters can bind themselves, so bind yourself on a pier (the giant stones sticking out of the water; get high on the pier). Orcs are not the best experience but offer massive amounts of loot in the return. Always keep on the lookout for dry bones skeletons unless u have a group (They con yellow to me and I'm lvl 19 as of the moment). ALWAYS watch out for sand giants, which are huge men roaming the desert, spectres, these flowing rob creatures that always wander around the orc highway, and aqua goblins, these light blue colored monsters that will kill anyone in their path. At lvl 17-18 I suggest moving to South Karana. The best way is to invest in a teleport to North Karana cause u have a long walk ahead of u. There aviaks are the best route, but watch out for the harriers and the avocets. HAVE FUN AND MAKE HIGH LVL FRIENDS =).
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