Standing Stone Games Offers A Big List Of Dungeons & Dragons Online's Quest Packs For Free
The freebies are a thank you from the developer.
Okay, Dungeons & Dragons Online players… if there are quest packs you’ve not been able to get in the MMORPG, now’s your time. Standing Stone Games is offering a rather large list of them for free. In fact, there are almost 50 packs available for free. These include Dragonblood Prophecy, Reign of Madness, The Necropolis, Parts 1-4, The Vale of Twilight, and more.
In addition, Standing Stone is also offering 4 packs in the DDO Store for 99 points each. The four packs are Masterminds of Sharn, Menace of the Underdark, Mists of Ravenloft, and The Shadowfell Conspiracy. The full list of available quest packs can be found on the DDO site.
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