Drow 101: Background, history, politics, and geography of the Drow Prerequisites: Character levels 34+ recommended but not required. (Note: this is not a prerequisite for doing this area, just a prerequisite for getting exp, since I'll be bringing an immortal along to teach with....)
Drow 102: Xulrae and the Docks area
Drow 201: The Drow House District Covers the first four drow houses, with field trips to the academy and temple as student interest allows.
Drow 301: The Lolth Run
Immortality 101: The Immortal Run
Dragons 102: Middle aged dragons up through the Mother of all Dragons.
First class starts Saturday 6/16/07 at roughly 8 - 8:15 pm Eastern US time, and last as long as student interest remains. Emphasis is on learning, plenty of time provided for students to ask questions. Group moves at the speed of the slowest member. Students eager to become immortal as quickly as possible probably should not apply. If anyone's interested, please reply. If no one shows any interest, I'll go play in the Hells that night instead.
Edit: P.S. My player log-in name is Kul-Uz. No idea what character I'll take, depends on the group we get.
I will be there. Would like to bring my bane knight and get the tags at the same time, but if serious caster support is lacking I can bring my sorceror.
38 Bane Knight (16 So/22 BG) - Beryl the Azure Knight of Chaos 41 Sorceror (38 So/1 P/1 M) - Mischa Glimmerscale
I've since gotten Beryl to immortal status, so I'll bring whichever character the group needs to facilitate the learning experience. No need for us to have an unbalanced group when the goal is instruction rather than advancement.
Sure I play female toons...spending this much time looking at a guy's butt isn't my idea of fun.