With so much information being posted in the EQII Official Forums at all times, it can be very hard to keep up with it and very easy to miss some real gems and opportunities to share. Have no fear though; the Treasure Chest is here to highlight interesting, unusual, and humorous posts, as well as opportunities to help your fellow player with a question or two!
Treasures of Knowledge!
When you've adventured for so long, sometimes it can slip your mind that there are other folks that are just starting out in the world or Norrath. Azekah's post reminded me of that very thing, to remember to give a hand to those that don't know the volumes of game hints, tips and lore that I may of gained over the past years of playing, and to answer the call of a young-leveled adventurer when they require it.
To be a homemaker is indeed an art. The act of using items in concert with one another to then make other, totally different household items is something that not everyone has the skill nor patience for. For instance, to make a screen or simple wall covering with a reversed painting?! Genius!
The housing market is indeed in a serious flux, how can a young adventurer get their hands on prime real estate? Does it really have to take a wagon of status to get into a palacious 5-room pad overlooking the bay?
When you finally get the hang of tradeskills, you're then given some new options... Work orders or Rush Orders? Do you want a tight schedule or do you want to churn out a known item without too much worry? Is there really a "better" way out of the two?
Some parts of the Epics are truly difficult, and require you to seek the assistance of others, whether that be for more bodies to take down that high-leveled NPC or to help you tradeskill something for that epic quest's progression. What?.. You can't find someone to help?
Love is indeed in the air, and even the reptilian Di'Zok are stricken with it. Forum'ite Ekaunek posted an ingame book this week, titled "Orthiss and Kirkata: A Sarnak love story told among the Di'Zok.".
There's No Place Like Home!
Guild Halls may not be out yet, but some industrious adventurers have built their own! If you want to see how a guild relaxes (for Brell's sake, they made a POOL TABLE!), check out Jazabelle's post!