Legion is an Everquest 2 guild on the Nektulos server. We are a large, casual, and capable guild with a variety of play styles and events.
Our members cover a range of levels and classes in both adventure and tradeskill. Our enviroment is geared towards being relaxed yet formidable. Our goals are to enjoy the game while meeting new friends.
Feel free to browse our forums and, if you are a Legion member or one of our alliance friends, sign up for your account.
Check the events calendar often for new events.
See you in game!
Maloki, guild leader of Legion
It was recently announced that Crit Mit (Critical Mitigation) will be removed from the, PvE, game (PvP crit mit will remain). The crit mit that is being removed (from gear and adornments) will be replaced by hit point values.
So, after this is implemented, your ability to engage and survive an encounter will be based on how many hit points you have (in addition to your resists and such). This is being done to increase accessibility to the (raid) content and to remove a mechanic that they (SOE) now say is a bogus mechanic.
Will this be a good thing? Only time will tell, but it seems like it might be a good time to start looking at what you will need to change out when this goes live.
SOE has published a short introduction to the way in which the new Dungeon Builder feature, included in the upcoming Age of Discovery expansion, will work.
You can read the full article and get the details at: http://www.everquest2.com/news/read/current/5054
SOE opened the pre-orders for the upcoming Age of Discovery expansion for EQ2. Along with that they have announced what seems to be a change in plans.
Initially it had been advertised that the Age of Discovery expansion would include all previous expansions so a lot of folks probably thought they could save some money and get the Destiny of Velious when they purchased Age of Discovery. Now it seems that SOE has changed their minds and Age of Discovery will not include any previous expansions.
It also seems that there is still some confusion as to when, exactly, this expansion will be launched. The earliest word was that the expansion would be launched in early December (2011). Then, shortly after that initial information the launch date was updated to be November 30 (2011). Now, with the pre-orders started, that date has been changed yet again to a very vague statement of "Winter 2011". I'm not sure what all that means but it really sounds, to me, like they are either a) having a lot of trouble getting it done and ready or b) They are so dis-organized at SOE that they can't even agree on a launch date for their product. Either way, it's just one more thing that makes paying $40.00 (or $60.00 for the "Digital Collector's Edition") a very questionable choice.