Halloween: the Nosferabbit dungeon
Halloween’s afoot in the spiral. I had just been looking up pets that heal and discovered the Frankenbunny with its Energizing Battery talent. It’s one of only two pets that have the talent. [the other is Betta Fish; available only in Atlantean Bundle at WalMart, which I’ve been boycotting for something like 30 years] When I saw it’s a drop for a quest everyone can take at Halloween I was pleased–even more pleased when the quest showed up a couple of weeks before I thought it would.
I’ve taken five wizards through the little dungeon now. Yesterday, the first day, I took four. For all of them the final three battles were all with invisible opponents. Made it hard to set deck before each fight ‘cos you couldn’t see the schools until you were in the battle. I thought it was odd but decided maybe it was supposed to be spooky.
The first two levels of the fight are just Blood Bats so pretty easy. When I soloed there were just two at each stage. But when you get to the Veggie Revenants there are four whether you’re alone or with a group, so for anyone under about level 30-35 it’s a bit tough. Most lower level wizards don’t have enough health even with equipment to withstand 2-4 hits per round.
But it was fun. Not hard at all to get a full crew on team up. And an easy way to get a pretty cool pet. The drops, not surprisingly, pretty much fit the level of Triton Avenue other than some okay seeds. So for higher level wizards your main reward is the pet and the chance to just have fun.
I’ve enjoyed taking my higher level wizards into the dungeon and into the Towers in Ravenwood with lower level wizards and helping them out. I’ve seen some complaints from higher level wizards that it’s not challenging enough. The idea is fun for everyone. So how about being nice to some wizards who aren’t as advanced as you just because you can?
Posted on October 3, 2014, in Uncategorized, Wizard 101, Wizard 101 basics, Wizard101 Basics and tagged Wizard 101 Basics, Wizard101, Wizard101 Halloween, Wizard101 Nosferabbit. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.