Campfires

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A campfire is a portal that may be placed on the ground when three or more members of the same fellowship are present close to each other (less than typical spell range). When not in combat, members of the fellowship can use a Fellowship Registration Insignia once every 15 minutes to instantly teleport to the campfire. Some zones do not permit a campfire to be placed in them. Besides the basic campfire, additional types may be purchased which offer various benefits.

Creating a Campfire[edit]

A campfire can be created in most places whenever three or more members of the same fellowship are present close to each other (less than typical spell range). To create a campfire:

  1. Open the fellowship window and go to the second tab Camp.
  2. Select the type of campfire to create from the dropdown list. The None - show all type will show all campfires you are able to currently create.
  3. The default campfire, Fellowship of Honor, can always be created and requires no components. Other campfires require components as detailed below.
  4. Refresh the list to display the available campfires.
  5. Select the campfire to create. If you already have a campfire you must destroy it first.

If you receive the message "You do not have enough fellowship members in the zone to create a campfire" you either have less than 3 members in the zone or the members are not close enough together.

If you receive the message "The ground here is too steep to camp" then you will have to find another, flatter spot to create your campfire. Note that in some areas it seems overly sensitive and you get the message even on very level ground. If this happens just run around the area clicking the create button constantly and you should eventually get a campfire made.

The Fellowship of Honor campfire can be created and destroyed as often as wish. Other campfires can be created/destroyed at will but consume components each time they are created.

Depending on how many members are in the zone and near it, the Fellowship of Honor campfire last many hours (4 hours or so with just 1-2 members near it). Other campfires will only last around 1 hour before expiring.

Teleporting To a Campfire[edit]

Once a campfire is setup any member of the fellowship can teleport to it using their Fellowship Registration Insignia obtained from Randall of the Fellows by asking him "how". The insignia has an instant cast time and a 15 minute recast. You must be in a rest state and cannot be invisible when using it. Warning that using the insignia when your fellowship doesn't have a campfire setup will result in you having to wait 15 minutes to use it again.

Campfire types[edit]

The basic campfire, Fellowship of Honor, can be created without any components, all other campfires require certain components. The list of all campfires along with a brief description can be viewed in the fellowship window. Click the Camp tab, choose the None - show all type, and check the Show All Possible button. Hit refresh to show them all and select one to view its description on the right side of the window.

Each campfire requires two separate components, a Fellowship Kit and a Bundle of Wood. The kit determines the type of effect and the bundle determines its strength. There are a large variety of wood bundles priced from and are available from Fellow Bylie in the same room as Randall in the building next to the Nexus Stone.

Stacking[edit]

The following information is tentative at best:

  • Campfire effects are spells that appear in the short duration buff window.
  • It is assumed that the stacking rules are the same as any spell stacking.
  • Unsure of exactly how focus stacking with item focuses works (testing with Benefit Conservation effect didn't seem to make any difference).
  • The HP effect is not affected by AAs such as Natural Durability.

Kits[edit]

Kits can be purchased from Fellow Wyllie in the same room as Randall and range in price from 5.2 to 52pp. They are NOTRADE, weigh 1.0 lbs each and stack to 100.

Kit Price Effect
Aery Essence 20.9.9.9
Aqueous Essence 20.9.9.9
Aura of Agility 5.2.4.9
Aura of Anger 26.2.4.9
Aura of Alacrity 26.2.4.9
Aura of Benefit Alacrity 26.2.4.9
Aura of Benefit Conservation 26.2.4.9
Aura of Benefit Extension 26.2.4.9
Aura of Celerity 52.4.9.9
Aura of Charisma 5.2.4.9
Aura of Clarity 52.4.9.9
Aura of Cleave 26.2.4.9
Aura of Conservation 26.2.4.9
Aura of Corruption 10.4.9.9
Aura of Dexterity 5.2.4.9
Aura of Disease 10.4.9.9
Aura of Endurance 52.4.9.9
Aura of Evasion 26.2.4.9
Aura of Extension 26.2.4.9
Aura of Faerune 52.4.9.9
Aura of Ferocity 26.2.4.9
Aura of Flame 10.4.9.9
Aura of Frost 10.4.9.9
Aura of Health 52.4.9.9
Aura of Intelligence 52.4.9.9
Aura of Magic 10.4.9.9
Aura of Mana 52.4.9.9
Aura of Poison 10.4.9.9
Aura of Prevention 26.2.4.9
Aura of Recovery 26.2.4.9
Aura of Replenishment 52.4.9.9
Aura of Sharpshooting 26.2.4.9
Aura of Skinspikes 52.4.9.9
Aura of Stamina 5.2.4.9
Aura of Strength 5.2.4.9
Aura of Vengeance 52.4.9.9
Aura of Vigor 52.4.9.9
Aura of Wisdom 5.2.4.9
Aura of the Dead 52.4.9.9
Barbarian Essence 15.7.4.9
Beholder Essence 20.9.9.9
Drakkin Essence 15.7.4.9
Drybone Essence 20.9.9.9
Dwarven Essence 15.7.4.9
Earthern Essence 20.9.9.9
Erudite Essence 15.7.4.9
Fae Essence 20.9.9.9
Fiery Essence 20.9.9.9
Frostbone Essence 20.9.9.9
Gnome Essence 15.7.4.9
Goblin Essence 20.9.9.9
Guktan Essence 15.7.4.9
Half Elf Essence 15.7.4.9
Halfing Essence 15.7.4.9
High Elf Essence 15.7.4.9
Human Essence 15.7.4.9
Iksar Essence 15.7.4.9
Imp Essence 20.9.9.9
Krup Essence 20.9.9.9
Ogre Essence 15.7.4.9
Orc Essence 20.9.9.9
Scaled Essence 20.9.9.9
Scarecrow Essence 20.9.9.9
Skeleton Essence 20.9.9.9
Spirits Essence 20.9.9.9
Sporali Essence 20.9.9.9
Teir'Dal Essence 15.7.4.9
Vah Shir Essence 15.7.4.9
Werewolf Essence 20.9.9.9
Wood Elf Essence 15.7.4.9

Bundles[edit]

Bundles of wood can be purchased from Fellow Byllie in the same room as Randall and range in price from 0.7 to 302 pp. They are NOTRADE, weigh 5.0 lbs each and stack to 100.

Bundle Price
Dark Brown Alder 3.1.4.9
Dark Brown Ash 12.5.9.9
Dark Brown Briarwood 50.3.9.9
Dark Brown Elm 1.5.7.4
Dark Brown Fir 25.1.9.9
Dark Brown Ironwood 100.7.9.9
Dark Brown Maple 6.2.9.9
Dark Brown Oak 62.9.9.9
Dark Brown Sandalwood 88.1.9.9
Dark Brown Teak 75.5.9.9
Dark Green Alder 9.4.4.9
Dark Green Ash 37.7.9.9
Dark Green Briarwood 151.1.9.9
Dark Green Elm 4.7.2.4
Dark Green Fir 75.5.9.9
Dark Green Ironwood 302.3.9.9
Dark Green Maple 18.8.9.9
Dark Green Oak 188.8.9.9
Dark Green Sandalwood 264.5.9.9
Dark Green Teak 226.7.9.9
Light Brown Alder 4.7.2.4
Light Brown Ash 18.8.9.9
Light Brown Briarwood 75.5.9.9
Light Brown Elm 2.3.6.2
Light Brown Fir 37.7.9.9
Light Brown Ironwood 151.1.9.9
Light Brown Maple 9.4.4.9
Light Brown Oak 94.4.9.9
Light Brown Sandalwood 132.2.9.9
Light Brown Teak 113.3.9.9
Light Green Alder 7.8.7.4
Light Green Ash 31.4.9.9
Light Green Briarwood 125.9.9.9
Light Green Elm 3.9.3.7
Light Green Fir 62.9.9.9
Light Green Ironwood 251.9.9.9
Light Green Maple 15.7.4.9
Light Green Oak 157.4.9.9
Light Green Sandalwood 220.4.9.9
Light Green Teak 188.9.9.9
Red Alder 1.5.7.4
Red Ash 6.2.9.9
Red Briarwood 25.1.9.9
Red Elm 0.7.8.7
Red Fir 12.5.9.9
Red Ironwood 50.3.9.9
Red Maple 3.1.4.9
Red Oak 31.4.9.9
Red Sandalwood 44.0.9.9
Red Teak 37.7.9.9
Yellow Alder 6.2.9.9
Yellow Ash 25.1.9.6
Yellow Briarwood 100.7.9.9
Yellow Elm 3.1.4.9
Yellow Fir 50.3.9.9
Yellow Ironwood 201.5.9.9
Yellow Maple 12.5.9.9
Yellow Oak 125.9.9.9
Yellow Sandalwood 176.3.9.9
Yellow Teak 151.1.9.9

Effects[edit]

There any many different effects including stat increases, focuses, melee mods, and fun things like illusions. Note that not all the effect descriptions are confirmed. See the navigation box to the right for each type.