Neverwinter’s Harvester Of Nightmares Event Returns To Consoles
It’s the start of video game spooky season.
We’re just a little over a week from October and we all know what that means. Spooky event time is upon us. Neverwinter is getting the ball rolling with the return of the Harvester of Nightmares event on consoles, in which said Harvester feeds on the dreams of the citizens of Protector’s Enclave. Don’t worry, the Harvester’s activities haven’t gone unnoticed. In fact, Madam Eva and her fellow Vistani are on the case, ready to send it back where it came from before it can cause more damage.
The event began today and will keep going until October 14. During this time, participating players will enter the Harvester’s Nightmare Realm and cleanse the nightmares. Without the nightmares to eat, the Harvester will starve until it has no choice but to fight, and then the real fun begins.
To fight the Harvester, players need to be at least level 20 and have a minimum 18,000 item level. Players can use any character that meets the requirements. Just keep in mind that daily event quests can only be done once per day on an account.
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