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Albion Leveling Guide


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#1 Secos

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Posted 28 March 2012 - 10:03 AM

a pretty typical leveling strategy is
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1-6ish: Cotswold Quests

7-10ish: Tomb of Mithra or Camelot Hills

10-16: Salisbury Plains
...in particular
...the entrance to plains at 10-12
...slaver camp at 12-14
...broken bridge or roaming for gaints 14-16
skip the merc tomb raiders. they are a waste of time

17-29: Western Cornwall and Catacombs of Cordova
(Can do Keltoi 17-20, but its too tiny a level range to be useful imo.)
start near corn station and work your way towards yarleys as you level.

30-42: Lyonesse
start with dunters, then hamadryads, then lizards or danoin, then peas, then gobos,
then maybe pikeman or telemon (lesser, medial, greater) if in a group.

35-42: Stonehenge Barrows
alternative to lyonesse. entrance is about 35, bottom level is 44-52ish. good drops and fast to get to.

42-50: Lynn Barfog
southwest corner, theres always a needle group running.
start with bearded gorgers, then frenzied feeders, then needletooth devourers as required to cap exp.
smallmanning the ellyll or frogs are also good options.
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Posted 28 March 2012 - 05:52 PM

Thanks for posting this.

a pretty typical leveling strategy is
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1-6ish: Cotswold Quests

7-10ish: Tomb of Mithra or Camelot Hills

10-16: Salisbury Plains
...in particular
...the entrance to plains at 10-12
...slaver camp at 12-14
...broken bridge or roaming for gaints 14-16
skip the merc tomb raiders. they are a waste of time

17-29: Western Cornwall and Catacombs of Cordova
(Can do Keltoi 17-20, but its too tiny a level range to be useful imo.)
start near corn station and work your way towards yarleys as you level.

30-42: Lyonesse
start with dunters, then hamadryads, then lizards or danoin, then peas, then gobos,
then maybe pikeman or telemon (lesser, medial, greater) if in a group.

35-42: Stonehenge Barrows
alternative to lyonesse. entrance is about 35, bottom level is 44-52ish. good drops and fast to get to.

42-50: Lynn Barfog
southwest corner, theres always a needle group running.
start with bearded gorgers, then frenzied feeders, then needletooth devourers as required to cap exp.
smallmanning the ellyll or frogs are also good options.


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Posted 28 March 2012 - 06:44 PM

This isn't my original work. I did snag it off the server forums. =p
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Posted 29 March 2012 - 07:08 AM

This isn't my original work. I did snag it off the server forums. =p



Doesn't it seem like they are a few levels early on these? Salisbury giants at 16 could be dicey for some classes. Overall pretty nice though. Saw this the other day. I usually just end up dungeon grinding, but if you have the patience for it roaming for camp bonus is by far the fastest way to level.

Think its a good guide, but it should be accurate for a group rather than solo

Edited by Sansu, 29 March 2012 - 07:09 AM.

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Posted 02 April 2012 - 10:45 AM

I found this in a post on Cabalist.org seems to be all classic DAOC and DF. (Should apply to Uthgard!)

1: Blues near Lethantis, Cotswold, or Ludlow at this level just kill anything that cons blue.

2: Fragile skeletons standing outside of Prydwen keep.

3: At this level go to regular skeletons or spriggarns. There is a spawn of them near the farm in Camelot hills as well as one near the river by Camelot itself.

4-5: Mobs outside of Prydwen Keep, towards the bridge. Blue-con Bears, wolves, and yellow snakes are your meat and potatoes this level.

5-8: Goblins and spiders west/southwest of the tower on the path to Snowdonia Station

6: Undead Filidhs outside the Tomb of Mithra or on the hill directly south of it. As well as mobs outside of the Tomb of Mithra, these include emerald snakes, young boars, bandits, and spirits. (ranging from blue – orange). –note: Can also do these when they are green if you are a matter cab by sending in a damage shielded pet to rip around.

7-11: Around Snowdonia Station ending with pulls from the cemetery.

7-11: Inside the Tomb of Mithra

8-10: Boulderlings. There is a camp of them on either side of the Prydwen Keep bridge.

8-10: River Racers near the river that goes under the Prydwen Keep bridge. They are un-aggressive, and there are a lot of them around.

8-20: Salisbury Plains. A very good zone for these levels. Grove nymphs are your friend, but tomb raiders, various forms of basilisks (pseudo, normal, and aged), varying levels of boars, giants, and filidhs can take you to 20 easily.

9-14: *PVP SERVER* Primroses in Hibernia are about 11-13. Good loot about 3 silver each time, and magic items are very good here. They are non-aggressive and there is a fast spawning 3-spawn that is easily shared.

9-19: Various Grove Nymph Camps throughout the plains. Grove Nymphs are a very good choice for these levels. They drop caster-oriented gear, drop decent loot, and have very little HP. These are easy targets for a caster.

10: Dragon ant workers and soldiers in Camelot Hills

10-12: Frog camps in Avalon Marsh

11-12: Will-o-Wisps and Marsh Worms in Avalon Marsh

14: Giant Water Leapers left of the bridge in Avalon Marsh

14-16: *PVP SERVER* Empyrean Wisps

15/16: Spriggarn Waylayers near south Salisbury Plains Tower

15/16: Quicksands in Avalon Marsh

15-18: Wolves in Avalon marsh

17/18: Ghoul camps in the NW of Avalon Marsh are good camps. Later levels you can tackle the 3-4 spawn camps with focus damage shield and AOE DOT. –note Caer Witrin has a cabalist trainer

18-22: Skeletal Centurions on the path to the Roman House in Cornwall, move on to Bears and Muryans.

18-22: Tepok’s Mine, but pickings are slim and agro is a bit hairy here.

19-25: Keltoi Fogue, a very good dungeon for these levels. You can solo much of the opening room and such then work your way down. Loot here is for all classes, so look out for the caster loot and snatch it up!

20-21: *FRONTIER ZONE*AForest Sauvage. Mostly Hill giants, but some trees as well.

20-22: Boulders in Snowdonia Border Keep

21-24: Cornwall Hunters behind Cornwall station

22-24: Elder Beeches in Cornwall

23: Legionnaire Patrols on the way to the Roman House in Cornwall. Weak to body Nukes and drop good loot.

24-30: Darkness Falls, various forms of necyomancers, and the spindly ghost creatures of each type are good. Plated fiends have a lot of HP and hit rather hard for their level. Demoniac familiars are also good they drop seals as well. –note: Darkness Falls is notorious for its agro. You will want to WATCH WHERE YOU ARE GOING! Look to the ceilings as well, demons fly about up there.

26: The Bwga in Llyn Barfog, don't agro and good camp bonus

26-29: Cornish hens, bucca (drops a cab robe), and giant skeletons. Then move to moor boogies and legionarius.

28-50: Stonehenge Barrows. In the beginning group up around the entrance, then down to barbarian room. From there you can go to echoes groups, vigilant souls group, and various high level mobs deep in barrows. –note: Aggro is nasty here and can turn bad quickly so learn your way around.

29-32: Dartmoor Ponies, don't agro and are good exp.

29- 33: Faerie Frogs in Salisbury Plains during the day, at night skeletons come out. They aren’t very hard. –note: AOE DOT is a must here, and skeletons drop loot for cabalists here.

29-32: Dunters in Lyonesse

30-42: Undead monks in Llyn Barfog

31: *FRONTIER ZONE* boogie men behind the Albion Portal Keep in Emain. Good exp, good loot, aggressive however so be careful.

33-25: Pygmie Goblin Groups in Lyonesse

32-35: Farmers and Shepards in Lyonesse, or Hamadryads in Cornwall.

34: *FRONTIER ZONE* Arawnites in Snowdonia

40: Pygmie Goblin Groups except smaller than before in Lyonesse

40: Darkness Falls Tempter room. They pull solo plus good cash and emerald seals.

43: *FRONTIER ZONE* Fellwoods in Pennine Mountains, they have a damage shield, but it hits for only 20-30 damage.

44: *FRONTIER ZONE* Grannies in Emain, find a spot up the hill to avoid getting killed by RvR.

44: Danoin Clerks and Pealeadhs in Lyonesse

44/45: *FRONTIER ZONE* Cliff Crawlers in Forest Sauvage and Pennine Mountains. Stay on the east side of the hill. Pull far away from camp as they do call for help.

45-50: Diamond Groups in Darkness Falls, however cabalists have a hard time getting groups.

45-50: *FRONTIER ZONE* Angry Bwca Camps in Pennine Mountains

46: Tree groups in Lyonesse

46: Pygmie goblins, you will want to get a fire wizard partner now because Mythic has added a buncha HP to these buggers. They don't die in one AOE DOT now.
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