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EverQuest: Lost Dungeons of Norrath
Box artwork for EverQuest: Lost Dungeons of Norrath.
Developer(s)Sony Online Entertainment
Publisher(s)Sony Online Entertainment
Release date(s)
Genre(s)RPG
System(s)Windows
Mode(s)MMOG
Preceded byThe Legacy of Ykesha
Followed byGates of Discord
SeriesEverQuest
Websitesony.com
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EverQuest: Lost Dungeons of Norrath (also known as LDoN) is the sixth expansion pack for the EverQuest MMORPG. It was made available as a digital download in September 2003. However, purchasers of the retail box version were rewarded with an in-game item (a magic bag), starting Sony's trend to include in-game items as incentive to purchase retail copies of their expansions.

Lost Dungeons of Norrath introduces broad-based instanced dungeons to Norrath, revolving around tales of the Wayfarers—an NPC adventuring organization. Players complete adventures for the Wayfarers in one of five different dungeon themes. Each dungeon theme has about ten different variations of the zone, and players can also chose the type and difficulty of their adventure. When the adventure is finished successfully, players are awarded Adventure Points which can be spent on items, spells, and "augments" at the Wayfarer camps.

Augments are introduced in Lost Dungeons of Norrath, and allow players to enhance existing items by adding an augment to them. Existing items in the game have generally only a single augment slot, so only one augment can be added. Items purchased at the Wayfarer camps occasionally have up to three slots available to augment.

In addition to group adventuring, the Wayfarer camps also offer raid content, in which multiple groups can challenge difficult high-end content.

Table of Contents

Adventure stone NPCs and locations[edit]

Hail the NPCs listed below for an upgrade of your ADV stone after the number of wins listed below

Takish

  • Ruanya Windleaf - North Ro - Adventure Camp (2)
  • Farwein Windrun - South Ro - n2800 p500 (15 wins)
  • Ruanya Windleaf - North Ro - Adventure Camp (30 wins)
  • Nifel Faliwae - Greater Faydark - n1960 p2400 (50 wins)
  • Ruanya Windleaf - North Ro - Adventure Camp (78 wins, End Charm)

Guk

  • Selphra Giztral - South Ro - Adventure Camp (2 wins)
  • Bealya Tanilsua - West Commonlands - n455 p2600 (15 wins)
  • Selphra Giztral - South Ro - Adventure Camp (30 wins)
  • Deblik Grumblok - Innothule Swamp - n1700 p1150 (50 wins)
  • Selphra Giztral - South Ro - Adventure Camp (70 wins, End Charm)

Mistmoore Crypts

  • Vual Stoutest - Butcherblock - Adventure Camp (2 wins)
  • Henai Silentwalker - Dagnors Cauldron - n1660 n1230 (15 wins)
  • Vual Stoutest - Butcherblock - Adventure Camp (30 wins)
  • Elwinn Prelilaen - Lesser Faydark - p700 n580 (50 wins)
  • Vual Stoutest - Butcherblock - Adventure Camp (76 wins, End Charm)

Rujarkan

  • Barste Songweaver - East Commonlands Shady - Adventure Camp (2 wins)
  • Ginehl Wiquar - West Freeport - n606 p180 (pok book - 15 wins)
  • Barste Songweaver - East Commonlands Shady - Adventure Camp (30 wins)
  • Shumpi Wimahnn - Highpass Hold (....) - p185 n20 (50 wins)
  • Barste Songweaver - East Commonlands Shady - Adventure Camp (74 wins, End charm)

Miraguls

  • Teria Grinntti - Everfrost - Adventure Camp (2 wins)
  • Ubzial Iyeaql - Qeynos Hills - p3300 n500 (15 wins)
  • Teria Grinntti - Everfrost - Adventure Camp (30 wins
  •  ? - 68 wins, End Charm)

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