Short Man Raids!
I’ve recently taken a break from DDO again but I’m back….again. I’m finding there are less and less people playing at the times I’m available so that makes it easier to jump on single player games. But like I said, I’m back. I’m still streaming on twitch and still doing my First Life Problems series but I’ve slowed down a bit as I’ve been having fun on my main server with my Epic characters. If you want to catch me on twitch click this link. I usually stream randomly between 5pm and 10pm (central) any given day of the week. Although, I have a flexible work schedule my times online can be anytime. I try not to compete with the official DDO stream as they are fun to watch and I like to watch them myself.
During my stream last night I was on my level 29 Pale Master and I joined a PUG group doing Legendary Elite Tempest Spine. The leader of the group jumped in and started with only 2 people in party. I thought maybe he jumped in then jumped back out and was going to reset the raid. Nope. He just kept going. I jumped in and 2 other joined bringing it up to 5 people. With only minimal trouble we completed the raid. I don’t think I contributed that much but it was still a lot of fun. I think dungeon scaling was in full effect though as I’ve been in full LE Tempest Spines and have had more trouble then that. Check out the video of it below.
Then I joined a group for Epic Elite Fall of Truth on my Rogue Acrobat. We ended up starting the raid with only 4 people. I again thought there might be some trouble completing but all in all it wasn’t too hard. But again, I think dungeon scaling helped us a bit. You can check out that video below as well.