|The Moonstone Chain|
The Moonstone Chain is the first quest in the Moonstone Chain questline and is the fourth collection quest made available. The quest cannot be started until the player has reached level 60 or higher. Completing the quest awards a continuation quest scroll to fight Recidivate the Necromancer.
The quest scroll is dropped for free when the player first reaches level 60 (players who are already higher than level 60 when the quest was released also got one automatically by completing any task), or it can be purchased for 4 gems (by players of at least level 60) to repeat the quest.
Despite the fact that this is a collection quest, it has a high difficulty for small parties due to the number of items required will take quite some time for smaller parties. Having a High Perception will aid groups attempting this quest; given an average of 5 Moonstones per day, a four person party will take 25 days to complete this quest. Remember that collection quests use the drop system, so adventurers who have many Habits and Dailies will fare better than ones who have fewer of them.
DescriptionEditarA terrible affliction has struck Habiticans. Bad Habits thought long-dead are rising back up with a vengeance. Dishes lie unwashed, textbooks linger unread, and procrastination runs rampant!
You track some of your own returning Bad Habits to the Swamps of Stagnation and discover the culprit: the ghostly Necromancer, Recidivate. You rush in, weapons swinging, but they slide through her specter uselessly.
"Don’t bother," she hisses with a dry rasp. "Without a chain of moonstones, nothing can harm me – and master jeweler @aurakami scattered all the moonstones across Habitica long ago!" Panting, you retreat... but you know what you must do.
|Achievement: The Moonstone Chain x1|
|The Moonstone Chain Part 2: Recidivate the Necromancer (Scroll) (Part 2)|
"Recidivate" is a verb, meaning: "To return to a previous pattern of behavior, especially to return to criminal habits."
Development and CreditsEditar
- Release date: October 23, 2014
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