Recently, I’ve been playing Neverwinter more frequently than I have in the past. That’s not a bad thing, per se, but I have noticed that it is also nice to take a break from the game every once in awhile. I’m just not as into it as I was earlier in the year, and I’m bored of the same old things about the game.
Neverwinter is the latest MMORPG from the people behind Dungeons & Dragons, it’s a new take on an old classic that offers a ton of different ways to play. Today, we’re going to be playing a bit of Neverwinter with the family, and heading over to the new Labyrinth Mythic Dungeon. The goal of the dungeon is to kill Mythic loot.
It’s been a memorable year for Neverwinter. The game is celebrating the launch of the game’s second expansion, Rise of Tiamat, with a week of festivities. Rise of Tiamat is the second of the game’s four major expansions, and it’s been an eventful one. We’ve seen the return of the Demon King, the expansion’s villain, the return of the Bright Master, and a lot more. But we’re only three weeks into 2018, and Llirra is here to help us celebrate the Fourth of July by bringing the fireworks and fireworks, and, of course, fireworks.
Neverwinter might just be the first MMO out of the gate this year with a fireworks-laden Fourth-of-July-inspired event, though of course Perfect World calls this one the Celebration of Lliira.
“It’s that time of the year again when adventurers gather in Protector’s Enclave to set off fireworks in honor of the Goddess of Joy,” PWE says. “We’re happy to announce that the Celebration of Lliira will be returning to Neverwinter! Get ready to light up the night sky with our variety of fireworks, which are sure to make a bang. Starting on July 1, players will honor Lliira, the goddess of joy, freedom and liberty by completing daily quests and setting off fireworks. Players will be rewarded with Tokens of Lliira’s Favor which can be exchanged for many items in the event store.”
This year’s event has been updated with the requisite daily quest for 30 favors; in past years, players were limited in when they could turn in their fireworks, but as of this year’s event, you’ll be able to turn them in willy-nilly, except when the actual fireworks show is going off. That just wouldn’t be safe.
Rewards include a starry cosmic pig mount that is so cute that I regret not being a Neverwinter player, plus a new emote, mask, fashion set, starry sphere mount, dye pack, and more goodies, including more fireworks for you pyros. Do note that the starry panther won’t be available this year but “will be made obtainable through other means in the future.”
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