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Dungeons & Dragons Online Expands This Summer

WBIE and Wizards of the Coast announce Dungeons & Dragons Online: Shadowfell Conspiracy, a new expansion that will launch this summer for Dungeons & Dragons Online, Turbine's free-to-play D&D MMORPG. The expansion continues their foray into the Forgotten Realms setting, adding new iconic heroes and raising the game's level cap. "Last year we expanded the world of DDO into the Forgotten Realms universe with the launch of our first expansion," said Erik Boyer, Senior Producer of DDO. "This year we’re introducing more content and making it even easier to experience the latest content with the introduction of Iconic Heroes that begin at level 15, allowing players to jump right into the action." The expansion be accompanied by two new Forgotten Realms Adventure Packs, as detailed here:

  • Two New Forgotten Realms Adventure Packs -- Featuring gorgeous new wilderness areas packed with new D&D monsters, dangerous encounters and a host of challenging dungeons.
    • Wheloon: Horrors from the Shadowfell pour into Wheloon, a prison city full of irredeemable criminals and traitors to the Crown. In this place, Netherese agents conspire to forge an army out of the Kingdom’s enemies. Masquerade as a traitor to infiltrate the Prison City, fight marauding criminal gangs, and destroy the army before it marches – all the while battling creatures made out of the very shadows.
    • Stormhorns: Deep in the Stormhorn Mountains, the Netherese Empire prepares to unleash its secret weapon against the Kingdom of Cormyr. Brave treacherous mountain passes through griffon territory and overcome cunning harpy ambushes. At the peaks of the mighty Stormhorns, overcome an alliance of giants and monstrous creatures – only to have to contend with a terrible Netherese secret weapon.
  • Introducing Iconic Heroes -- Jump into the action of DDO with these new prestige characters that start in Forgotten Realms at level 15 and feature unique looks and skills. Each of these classic D&D heroes is a paragon of their race and class and features custom iconic gear, appearance options and new abilities to enhance their power.
  • Attain Epic level to 28 -- Master your destiny and gain new epic feats and spells with three new Epic levels of advancement that let you reach new levels of power.

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3. Re: Dungeons & Dragons Online Expands This Summer Feb 26, 2013, 22:30 Cutter
 
It's looking really date now considering how good Neverwinter looks.
 
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