Dungeons and Dragons announces Update 11
The 11th major update for Dungeons and Dragons Online has been announced.
Called “Secrets of the Artificers,” the update will add a new Artificer class (a blend of rogue and arcane styles), a new House Cannith quest hub rebuilt around the Artificer class, new quests, the raising of crafting to level 150, and the addition of Draconic Runestones, a special magic weapon usable by all classes.
Dungeons and Dragons Online is published by Turbine, which also publishes The Lord of the Rings Online.
Dungeons and Dragons Online – Update 11 Concepts:
Turbine Unveils Biggest Update of the Year for Dungeons & Dragons Online™
Update 11: Secrets of the Artificers to launch in September
Turbine announced today the next update for Dungeons & Dragons Online®: Eberron Unlimited™ (DDO Unlimited), one of the world’s best free to play massively multiplayer online role playing game (MMORPG).
The new update, Update 11: Secrets of the Artificers, features:
· New Artificer Class
A blend of Rogue and Arcane classes, the Artificer uses specially created weapons and mechanical pets to challenge their foes
· New House Cannith Enclave
Home of the Artificers, House Cannith is a new high level quest hub where magic and mechanics converge.
· New Content
Born in war, forged in fury, Stormreach faces its most terrible foe yet.
· New Crafting Levels
Craft all the way to level 150. Plus, craft Draconic Runestones, a new magical weapon available to all classes.
The Secrets of the Artificers Premium Adventure Pack will be available in the DDO Store and Free to VIPs, and includes:
· Two new high level Raids
· New wilderness area
· 3 new dungeons
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