|Projectaport: Project Ejecta Progress Report|
|Alchemical Air Dagger|
|Epic Boots of Corrosion||Boots||Seal||Shard||Scroll|
|Epic Diabolist’s Robe||Robe||Seal||Shard||Scroll|
|Epic Dusk Heart||Trinket||Seal||Shard||Scroll|
|Epic Elder’s Cap||Acquired!|
|Epic Ornamented Dagger||Acquired!|
|Greensteel Hitpoint Cloak||Acquired!|
|Greensteel Mana Bracers||19 of 20 runs|
|Silver Flame Potion Favor||Acquired!|
|Silver Flame Talisman||Acquired!|
|ToD Ring 1 (Rahkirs)||10 of 20 runs|
|ToD Ring 2 (+1 Ex CON)||10 of 20 runs|
It is about one month since embarking on Project Ejecta. I’ve been playing a lot(!), mostly on Ejecta, and it shows, I’ve managed to knock out all of the acquisitions that one can acquire with a plan and hard work.
With the exception of one last Shroud run sometime tomorrow, she’ll have reached the point where all that remain are pieces that can only be acquired with luck.
I think that point essentially terminates the project. Acquisition would be ongoing until completed of course, but the fever pitch of constant effort would stop; I could run Tower of Despair, Epic Demon Queen and Epic Chronoscope for another year and never get the items I am seeking.
Time to declare victory. Yay, I won!
Ejecta has grown
Holding her own in epics.
Now she needs some luck
From this day forward the project mutates, no longer an every-minute-I-am-on priority, instead becoming an as-available kind of thing. Every three days or so I will run a ToD. When the scroll dropping issue is corrected I will run Ejecta though eDQ and eChrono as available. Otherwise, DDO life is back to normal.
Not that anything I do is strictly categorizable as “normal”.
🙂 😀 🙂