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    Mysterious Mechanical Egg | Neverwinter

    We’ve got quickly turned off the trade on the Researcher whereas we examine experiences. We hope to have it again up as quickly as attainable. Thanks on your persistence. 

    A whirring sound coming from the Reward Claims Agent attracts your consideration. As you strategy it, a blinking gentle calls for you examine nearer, rewarding your curiosity with…an egg. It can take the collaboration of Adventurers of Neverwinter all through the Sword Coast to puzzle out the which means of this.

    Beginning right now, December 16, all Neverwinter accounts* will have the ability to declare 1 Mechanical Dragon Egg from the RCA – these eggs can’t be purchased or discovered in-game in some other type apart from the RCA declare. These eggs vary from Uncommon to Legendary high quality.

    The Researcher, a vendor situated close to the mailbox by the Tarmalune Commerce Home, will help your investigation into these eggs. She seeks Adventurers who handle to gather one in all every kind of egg, at every high quality (15 distinctive eggs in complete). This may be achieved by buying and selling different items for the eggs of different gamers.

    In trade for the whole set, the Researcher will bind every egg within the set to your account, and award a mythic-quality egg for exhibiting her the complete assortment. On the launch of Dragonbone Vale (for every platform), gamers will have the ability to open their eggs and the seller will transfer on to new discoveries.

    Will you are taking a crack at these enigmatic eggs?

    *Applies to accounts created previous to December 2, 2021.

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