Talk:Rune-keeper Deeds

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Created this page using the great one done by FaceKeyboard for the Hunter Deeds pages. That user came up with what seemed to me to be a really sensible system. I've updated icons for the skills that are involved in the deeds that changed. My RK is only level 40, so I don't have the Tier 8 skill deeds yet, so if someone wants to fill in the gaps I've left placeholders on this page for them.Gwilliwen (talk) 08:51, 18 December 2013 (UTC)

The Prophetic Word Deed

I have a 32 RK with a Solitary Thunder and a Benediction of Peace trait build but I can't seem to find a skill that triggers the class deed, "The Prophetic Word." There isn't a section in my skills page for "Visions and Foretellings" skills. I can't find out how to get "Do Not Fall This Day" which sounds like a resurrection type spell but my res spell is called "Nothing Truly Ends." I did some web searching and came up with nothing. Any RKs know which skills trigger this deed that a level 32 RK can obtain? Kollins (talk) 10:28, 9 March 2014 (UTC)

I believe it is a "default" skill. ( Was, do not fall to X (Storm/fire/ etc.) as I recall.)
I have a single entry in "Visions and Fortellings" skills for all 3 of my RKs 85-91.
The pop-up Do Not Fall This Day-icon.png Do Not Fall This Day is "correct" and the page indicates Level 50. It does not appear to relate to the Level 50 Class quest.
Wm Magill - Valamar - OTG/OTC - talk 17:00, 9 March 2014 (UTC)
Thanks! Found it at the Rune-Keeper trainer. He says I get it at level 40. With the Helm's Deep class deed revamp, seems a few classes got the shaft with lower level tiers needing deeds for higher level skills. Kollins (talk) 20:34, 9 March 2014 (UTC)
That has always been the case. Although usually it was a case that you got Skill X at level Y and then a Deed to enhance that Skill to Enhanced-X.
I keep forgetting about the Trainers as they don't offer anything above level ?55? :) And only a few skills after the Introduction.
In general, Trait Trees don't begin to provide a "reasonable" number of points until you hit about level 65. No doubt, in part, to prevent "express leveling."
I.e. leveling without experiencing content. So, while you can "fly" to Level-cap in two weeks, you miss out on all of the Trait Points from Deeds and the bonuses from Virtues.
(And then folks complain that the are wimped-out at level 95 because their Armour doesn't compensate for their lack of skills and bonuses.)
Wm Magill - Valamar - OTG/OTC - talk 04:06, 10 March 2014 (UTC)