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Neverwinter Online Guides and other probably useful information

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Neverwinter: Well of Dragons Guide – Heralds to Temple of Tiamat


One of the key contents that you will have to sink your teeth into eventually is battling dragons. This is probably already something you already do in the Tyranny of Dragons campaign, but this portion of the game really culminates in the Well of Dragons where you get to fight Tiamat’s heralds and the five-headed dragon himself.

Tiamat’s Heralds :

This event happens every 45th minute of each hour in the Well of Dragons map.


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Neverwinter July 1 Live Stream recap

TwitchSo, the monthly Neverwinter Community Stream has just ended and here’s quick recap on some of the more interesting topics that were discussed:

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Neverwinter Companion Guide


Companions are a big deal in Neverwinter. They are not just there to keep you company, they can actually really give your character a considerable boost. They can act as a permanent party member and they also give you some really good bonus abilities or stats, depending on which companion you get.


You are allowed five active companions in Neverwinter when you hit Max Level. You may, of course, take as many companions as your Idle Companions inventory allows (it is basically a separate bag, it is possible to expand this, but it is very rare that you will ever need that many idle companions). But, only the bonuses of the active companions will be applied to your character.

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Guide To The Neverwinter Mount System


If you are new or just returning after a very long break, odds are you are a bit perplexed by the mount system in the game. It’s not exactly something that is common in MMO’s and it can get confusing even with the in-game tutorials. Regardless, the mount system can be a source of some very useful bonuses and everyone should really try to take advantage of it.

1.) Accessing the Mount System


You are allowed to have up to 5 mounts active, however, you will not be getting all of their equip bonuses. Instead, you will get all the stat bonuses from the Insignias you equip your mounts with. You can, on the other hand, select the equip bonuses of one of your mounts as well as one of their speed bonuses. Plus, you can select the skin of any mount you currently own (no need for that mount to be active).

You are allowed to keep Insignias equipped on your mounts even when you swap them out. So, don’t throw away those extra Insignias just yet (Green Insignias drop randomly from regular mobs, be sure to watch out of those).

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