The Way of The Monk Live on DDO
Turbine has announced the latest content update for Dungeons & Dragons Online is live. The Way of The Monk introduces the first new character class since DDO’s launch. The module also introduces two revamped areas, the Three-Barrel Cove wilderness and the underground Black Loch outpost. Solo players can also look forward to new quests. Turbine has also coded a memorial as a tribute to one of D&Ds creators, Gary Gygax, who passed away earlier this year.
The Way of the Monk is filled with exciting new features including:
- DDO’s First New Player Class: The favorite class of many adventurers, the monk features a martial discipline of hand-to-hand combat and kicks, including special abilities that make the Monk even deadlier. Stun your foes, unleash a flurry of blows, and work up to the deadly quivering palm attack, which can kill enemies with a single strike!
- New Landscape: Players can now explore the all-new, much larger Three-Barrel Cove wilderness and the underground Black Loch outpost. Three new hand-crafted adventures have been added to make this an exciting and challenging area!
- New Raids: In the wake of the destruction of the Marketplace tent, the scholars of the Twelve have found that dangerous enemies lie below the city of Stormreach. Guilds must return to battle former raid bosses like Velah, the Red Dragon and the Black Abbot Lich to collect the keys needed to unlock the underground raid wilderness. Once unlocked, players will be able to battle Suulomades, the devil general responsible for the attack on the Marketplace.
- More Solo Adventures: Daily quests in the Harbor provide new adventuring opportunities for solo adventurers. Collect trophies from vanquished monsters, make deliveries, and collect bounties for the meanest enemies around!
- Gygax Memorial: Set in a wooded alcove near Delera’s Tomb, the adventure series Gary Gygax narrated, a symbolic memorial site has been erected for visitors to pay homage to Dungeon Master Gary Gygax.
Check out the latest screenshots for DDO: The Way of The Monk on FileFront.
via Press Release