In-House PVP

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Oct 242016

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1.) What is in-house PvP?
In-house PvP is a pre-made PvP match between 2 parties that are composed of players from the guild/alliance. It is an easy way to win a PvP match without fighting.

2.) Why should you do it?
We need a total of 70k Conqueror’s Shards to upgrade the Barracks to level10. Since we are not a PvP oriented guild this is the only way we will ever get that many.

3.) What do you need?
You need to be level 70. That is the only requirement. Item level is irrelevant.
It is essential that you get the quest ”Fight to the Finish” from Master of Coin in the Stronghold (she is in on the left side when you get into the Stronghold through the main gate).

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Stronghold – guild daily

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Oct 052016

What to farm?

The best you can do for our guild’s progression and for the guild marks (necessary to buy your stuff in the market): Farm 5 stronghold HEs daily (see currencies section for more detail), complete all stronghold daily quests (with Ranger and Builder, with other PNJ if necessary only for the specific building and only from time to time and in function of building necessity…) and farm campagin currencies like a maniac (mostly ToD). There is much more to it but this should be the most needed. We specify in Mod (Message of the Day) what we need for the current building. Thanks in advance.


Where to buy DragonFlight stuff?

The DF stuff can be bought in a Market level 4. If you have all necessary objects (xx Guild Marks, xx DF fangs and xx Seals of Protector – obsolete sinc the last game upgrade) please go to the stronghold  guild Market and you can buy your equipment. After the last game update the DF stuff is no more good, but with DragonFlight fangs your can buy the Seals of the Brave coffers (3 fangs).

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Neverwinter – Stronghold survival guide

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Sep 242016


Guild Stronghold

Every guild has their own stronghold map that is accessable over the world map. Only members of your guild can enter it, sadly there is no way to invite guests.

Heroic Encounters

The guild map is full of heroic encounters varying from minor, major to epic. All encounters drop at least a random rank 5 enchantment, while medium and bigger sized encounters have a chance to give you resonance stones of varying quality. These encounters also randomly drop epic gear with strange effects either for yourself or your companions. The most interesting ones are 2 rings called Band of Loathing that only drop from the “no sympathy” encounter.

Buildings and structures

There are multiple types of structures: support, PVP tower, production, boon. The marketplace and guild hall are special. You will have to unlock most structure spaces with leveling up your guild hall. All buildings except the guild hall can be upgraded to level 10, the hall itself to level 20.

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Neverwinter: Greed of the Dragonflight strategy

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Aug 202016

In your guild’s stronghold zone, there are four dragons, one in each of the four cardinal corners (NW, NE, SW, SE). Your guild can start an event to fight them that lasts 10 minutes either by using a golden bell (purchased on zen market, 500zen, 5 uses), or by talking to the Travelling Wizard that shows up at the stronghold near the large rock. He shows up randomly, but is there more often than not. If he isn’t, just wander around inside the castle for a minute until he shows up.

– First i marked the location on the map where the dragons appear with numbers:
– 1. Red dragon ( moderate difficulty )
– 2. Blue dragon ( advanced difficulty )
– 3. Black dragon ( advanced difficulty )
– 4. Green dragon ( moderate difficulty )

Currently our chances to take down 2 dragons is by attacking red and green dragon. Since they are on the opposite side of map.
Once the dragon is defeated the remaining 3 flee in 60 seconds; while the selected route takes 90 to 100 seconds to cover with a 110% speed mount so clearing 2 dragons with 1 team is literally impossible.


1. Once starting the event, you’ll have one minute to ‘stage’ before the dragons arrive.

2. Once the dragons arrive, you have 10 minutes to kill them. However, you can get almost 11 minutes, because after the first dragon dies the 10-minute timer disappears and a one-minute timer begins to kill the other 3 before they flee. So if you kill the first dragon at 9 minutes 59 seconds, you’d have another minute, bringing the total time to 10 minutes 59 seconds theoretically.

3. If more than 20 people are near any given dragon at the same time, that dragon becomes immune to damage. This is why you form two primary groups, one for north and one for south dragons.

4. You can see all four dragons’ hitpoints as a % in the top-right side of the screen. This is important, and all players should be aware of this and be keeping an eye on it, especially after the two larger teams break away from NW and SW to head to NE and SE (see strategy below).
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