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EQ2

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From EQ2i, the EverQuest II wiki

EverQuest II Alternate Advancement Information
AAs » Shadows AAs » Troubador Shadows AAs
Master of Ceremonies Rank (*/5)
Troubador 1 point
Requires 170 AA Points spent and 10 of them in Bard tree.
 
Improves the base and critical damage of Sparkling Blade and its upgrades.
 
Passive Spell
 
Effects:

Improves the critical damage by x% and improves the base damage by 2x%.

Effects

Alternate Advancement Ability Effects by Ability Rank
Effect Rank 1 Rank 2 Rank 3 Rank 4 Rank 5
Improves the critical damage by 2%
Improves the base damage by 4%

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Guild Wars

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

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Master of Ceremonies

Classification
Species: Human
Profession: Unknown
Level(s): 10
This article is about the NPC who appeared during the Dragon Festival for the Factions Campaign. For information on the NPC of the same name in the Nightfall Campaign, see Master of Ceremonies (Nightfall).

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General

The Master of Ceremonies is a special NPC introduced during the Dragon Festival in-game event. His main role is to outline the history of the event and its significance to the people of Cantha.

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Dialogue

During the Dragon Festival 2006

"The Dragon Festival is a long-standing tradition in Cantha. For decades our people have gathered together to feast, share tales of our history, and revel in the warm breeze of summer."

"Tell me about the Dragon Festival."

"The Dragon Festival is a holiday that allows the people of Cantha to relax and forget about the troubles of the world for a few days a year. The multi-day festival reaches it's climax when the Emperor reaches the monastery. He then performs an ancient ritual to call upon the constellation of the Dragon to give its blessing to Cantha."

"Tell me more about the history of the Dragon Festival."

"The Dragon Festival was established long ago, thought it did not become the massive celebration it is today until Emperor Hanjai ruled Cantha following the Jade Wind. The young emperor restored the one chaotic Dragon Empire to the orderly kingdom you see today. He felt is especially important for citizens to remember their roots and recognize that which they overcame. The festival gradually transformed into a grand celebration of Canthan strength. The dragon is the physical representation of that spirit in all of us."

During the Dragon Festival 2007, Dragon Festival 2008 and Dragon Festival 2009


Warning: The following text contains spoilers relating to the plot of Nightfall.


"The Dragon Festival is a long-standing tradition in Cantha. For decades our people have gathered together to feast, share tales of our history, and revel in the warm breeze of summer. And this year, we also celebrate the victory over Abaddon and the rise of Kormir, the Goddess of Truth."

"Tell me about the Dragon Festival."

"The Dragon Festival began as a holiday that allowed the people of Cantha to relax and forget about the troubles of the world for a few days each year. The multi-day festival reaches it's climax when the emperor reaches the monastery. He then performs an ancient ritual to call upon the constellation of the Dragon to give its blessing to Cantha."
"This year, the emperor has decreed the festival shall also commemorate the great battle against Abaddon and the rise of Kormir as the new Goddess of Truths. Many Canthans will participate in the reenactments of our triumph over the fallen god and his demonic forces of darkness. I hope you will join us.

"Tell me more about the history of the Dragon Festival."

"The Dragon Festival was established long ago, thought it did not become the massive celebration it is today until Emperor Hanjai ruled Cantha following the Jade Wind. The young emperor restored the once chaotic Dragon Empire to the orderly kingdom you see today. He felt it especially important for citizens to remember their roots and recognize that which they overcame. The festival gradually transformed into a grand celebration of Canthan strength. The dragon is the physical representation of that spirit in all of us."

This article uses material from the "Master of Ceremonies" article on the Guild Wars wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

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