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[EQ2] Writs for the unguilded?

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Anonymous
February 3, 2005 10:12:35 PM

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Over on AGE2 this question was asked & answered but as far as I can tell the
answer was wrong.

The OP asked if it were possible to get adventure writs (as opposed to
ironforge ones) if you were unguilded. She was told yes, you can. I
visited 3 of the writ-people mentioned here in AGE and castersrealm and they
simply blabbered at me when I hailed them...they didn't offer me a quest or
anything.

Do you do something besides hail/right-click them to get the writs or must
you be in a guild after all?

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Anonymous
February 4, 2005 3:18:28 AM

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"Dan Harmon" <deharmon@bigfoot.com> wrote in message
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> Over on AGE2 this question was asked & answered but as far as I can tell
the
> answer was wrong.
>
> The OP asked if it were possible to get adventure writs (as opposed to
> ironforge ones) if you were unguilded. She was told yes, you can. I
> visited 3 of the writ-people mentioned here in AGE and castersrealm and
they
> simply blabbered at me when I hailed them...they didn't offer me a quest
or
> anything.
>
> Do you do something besides hail/right-click them to get the writs or must
> you be in a guild after all?
>
>
You do need to be in a guild as far as I know.
If you are flagged as a patron you gain guild and personal status.
If you are flagged as a follower you only gain personal status.

IIRC there was something about having a guild for the un-guilded - it
wouldn't necessarily gain in levels but it would allow people to get
personal status. Not sure if this was a suggestion by the EQ2 player base
or an idea being floated by development.

You can also gain personal status by completing heritage quets too, ie the
journey is half the fun.
!