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EverQuest: Secrets of Faydwer
Game Description:Defend Faydwer against acts of vengeance from enemies old and new. The clockwork armies of the evil gnomish necromancer Meldrath the Malignant gather in the Steamfront Mountains, awaiting his order to invade the kingdom of Ak'Anon. The launch of his great air fortress Mechanotus has exposed new paths into the nearby Loping Plains, home to the soul-eating wereorcs of Bloodmoon Keep. Meanwhile, an ancient menace stirs deep in the Dragonscale Hills, where the prismatic dragon Kerafyrm the Awakened plots the destruction of all Norrath. EverQuest Secrets of Faydwer is the fourteenth expansion to the genre-defining series. Characters can now advance up to level 80 as they battle to triumph over the rising menace. Along the way, discover thousands of new items, including Heroic Items that push abilities to new heights. Secrets of Faydwer also includes dynamic high level raid content, new spells, and new Advancement Abilities to rejuvenate even the most hardened warrior.
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