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Swtor Space Mission Leveling Guide

Star Wars : The Old Republic has quite a few ways to level up. The traditional way of soloing quests and content is the most popular one, but you can also PvP, group and do group content or you can grind Space Missions from your ship. This is a great way to level and will award you with some of the best and fastest XP in the game. It’s kind of like powerleveling yourself.

You can use this method of leveling all the way to level 50, but you are going to miss out on all the content. So either do this on an alt if you want to experience all the content, or combine this way of leveling with the traditional way. Running a lot of space missions will be quite tedious , but it is one of the fastest ways to level. This method of leveling is also good to combine with leveling through PvP. read more

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Everquest 2 Leveling Guide : 85 – 92 Destiny of Velious

Great Divide

At around level 85 you can leave behind Sentinel’s Fate and the Stonebrunt Highlands, and move on to Destiny of Velious. These zones are going to be a lot more active than most of the previous ones you’ve been through, and you should try to do the public quests here as they provide good gear for little effort. You can also try finding some groups for the various instances.

The first zone is the Great Divide, get here from the giant turtle at the docks in Sinking Sands. The zone is huge with a lot of quests. The biggest quest hub is right at the start and you will spend quite some time on the first island. Try to do some of the public quests here when you can to upgrade your gear, the PQ’s can award you with good legendary and fabled equipment. When you start to run out of quests head over to Eastern Wastes. read more

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Everquest 2 Leveling Guide : 78 – 85+ Sentinel’s Fate

When you are finished with the Rise of Kunark zones, you can move on to the Sentinel’s Fate zones. This is really when the fun begins, you are nearing the last tiers of the game. You can now also start looking for groups if you would like to gear up and get some experience for end game content. The Sentinel’s Fate zones, are just two zones but they are huge and both have tons of quests.

Sundered Frontier

The first zone is the Sundered Frontier. Like the Kingdom of Sky zones, you can reach most of the zone by using the cloud stations to get around. You start in and around Paineel and the quests here send you out into the rest of the zone. At around level 82 – 83 you can move on to Stonebrunt Highlands. read more

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Everquest 2 Leveling Guide : 66 – 77 Rise of Kunark

Kylong Plains

After finishing up in the Bonemire it’s time to move on to the Rise of Kunark zones, Kylong plains is the first one so head over there when you are ready. The zones in Rise of Kunark are huge and have a lot of quest hubs.

When you arrive in Kylong Plains the first quest hub will be right next to you. Start questing there then move your way through the zone.

The map below shows the different quest givers and in approximately what order they should be done:

Kylong Plains Leveling Guide

Below is a list of the quests you should do while in Kylong Plains: read more

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Everquest 2 Leveling Guide : 58 – 65 Kingdom of Sky

Tenebrous Tangle

At around level 55 – 57 you should move on to the Kingdom of Sky zones. These zones are fairly small and you can travel on little clouds, so getting all over the zones goes fast. Leveling here is a piece of cake compared to a lot of other zones, there are tons of easy, fast quests that will level you up to level 65 in no time.

The first zone is the Tenebrous Tangle. This zone is especially good, because of all the repeatable quests in and around the mail island that you start on. These quests give awesome XP and can be repeated a set amount of times. The quests in Tenebrous Tangle should take you to at least level 60 before you move on to Barren Sky. read more

DDO Class Guides / Builds

DDO : Battle Cleric Solo Build

Solo capability in DDO is much determined by build. And the Battle Cleric has been a favorite amongst players. The Battle Cleric is a Cleric that can do melee damage and take a beating. Clerics are good for soloing because of their healing skills and buffs and they fact that they can wear plate armor, all this makes them pretty durable. Giving them melee capabilities is done through giving them high STR and giving them melee feats ( Bastard Sword Khopesh Proficiency being the most important). The build below is a pure cleric build with high STR and Khopesh Proficiency but you can also multiclass a 1 or 2 levels into a melee class like fighter, rogue or monk if you want.

This build is made to solo fast and well all through the game, but feel free to modify it to your liking and playstyle. Getting 2 fighter levels might also be a good choice.

Level 20 Lawful Good Human Male
(20 Cleric) 
Hit Points: 262
Spell Points: 1652 
BAB: 15\15\20\25\25
Fortitude: 14
Reflex: 5
Will: 20

Abilities        Base Stats         Base Stats         Modified Stats

(32 Point)       (Level 1)          (Level 20)           (Level 20)

Strength             16                 16                   17

Dexterity             9                  9                    9

Constitution         14                 14                   14

Intelligence         10                 10                   10

Wisdom               17                 22                   26

                 Starting            Ending          Feat/Enhancement
                 Base Skills        Base Skills        Modified Skills
Skills           (Level 1)          (Level 20)          (Level 20)

Balance               1                 10                   10 read more

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DDO Leveling : Guide to Bonus XP and Faster Leveling

Leveling in Dungeons and Dragons Online can be a bit tedious and you will have to run the same instances quite a few times when leveling. Especially on TR (True Reincarnation ) Characters that require more experience points to level up. There are quite a few ways to speed up the leveling process though and in this guide I will show you all the possible ways to increase XP gain through Potions, Tomes, Bonus Xp weekends amongst other things.

Dungeon Bonus XP

These bonuses are the most common XP bonuses and you will almost always gain get one or two when running a quest. Examples of these are The Aggression bonus where you get a 10% bonus for killing a certain number of mobs in an instance or the Ransack bonus which gives you 15% bonus for smashing a lot of objects in the instance. Most of the time these are more effort than what they are worth, so I usually don’t pay much attention to these unless I know that a certain bonus in a certain instance is worth the trouble. read more

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DDO F2P (Free to Play) Leveling Guide

For the fastest, most efficient leveling in DDO, a paying subscription is needed. But it is fully possible to level to level 20 on doing F2P content. You are going to have to be smart though, because you will probably run out of quests and content at some point. Leveling a TR (True reincarnation) Character on a F2P account to level 20 will be even harder, if not even impossible. You will also at some point have to run some dungeons with big XP penalties and leveling will get slow. This guide will show you what quests are available to you F2P, you should do all of them on each difficulty at least once. Not only for Xp but for favor. read more

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Everquest 2 Leveling Guide : 53 – 57 The Sinking Sands

At around level 52 you will finish up in Lavastorm and you can move on to the Desert of Flames zones. In particular Sinking Sands, though heading to Pillars of Flame and doing some quests can reward you with some good XP. Stay in Sinking sands until around 57. Start by doing the quests where you zone in with the carpet then work your way around the zone. If you reach a level 57 before you completed all the quests you should turn the AA slider to 100% before completing the rest of the quests

The map below shows the different quest givers and in approximately what order they should be done: read more