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steelblueangel
05-29-2007, 12:45 PM
<p>Can anyone advise me how to change my citizenship from Neriak to Freeport? </p><p>Thanks in advance </p>

theplayer0670
05-29-2007, 03:50 PM
<p>havent gone in that direction, but why leave Neriak? It is laid out so well </p><p>I did do kelethin to freeport however</p>

seamus
05-29-2007, 05:47 PM
In East Freeport there is a citizenship counselor. He is in the building with the guild registrar. You get assigned some very simple quests.

seamus
05-29-2007, 06:08 PM
[email protected] Bayle wrote: <blockquote><p>havent gone in that direction, but why leave Neriak? It is laid out so well </p><p>I did do kelethin to freeport however</p></blockquote><p> The city itself is fine, the portals are nice though the EFP bell provides the same kind of access in Freeport. I personally have a big beef with the TS and Nek ports putting me at the spires though. Its a minor aggravation, but aggravation all the same and serves no purpose. </p><p>I haven't found anyone that will accept the status relics so we are forced to go to Freeport to turn them in. This is another minor aggravation.</p><p>The only faction we can work on in Neriak is Neriak faction, of course what is the point when you start at 40000 faction and ally, switching from Freeport to Neriak. There are no faction based rewards only the single city merchant. If you are interested in these things you need to go to Freeport.</p><p>Bottom line Freeport and Qeynos are self sufficient cities, you are never required to go to Neriak or Kelethin. Living in Neriak or Kelethin requires more effort, there is a reason hardly anyone lives in Kelethin and the same will be true for Neriak. Why they put so much effort into these cities and then "cripple" them by making them inconvenient is beyond me.</p><p>Personally I'd like to see them open the cities to everyone. I'm a bit of a roleplayer and I'd like my SK to live in Qeynos, not that my SK could or should be trusted <img src="/smilies/283a16da79f3aa23fe1025c96295f04f.gif" border="0" alt="SMILEY" />. The artificial barrier to certain classes is another minor aggravation that serves no purpose. Its certainly not roleplay, which should be determined by the player not the devs and isn't really a part of the game for most anyway. Frankly if Qeynos is going to accept Ogres, Trolls and Dark Elves they should take all classes.</p><p>BTW with the moving enhancement, (which is great), it is no longer possible to purchase housing without the appropriate faction. Previously, one could purchase a home anywhere one wished, without the benefit of a bank, merchants or bind point.</p>

Josgar
05-29-2007, 07:08 PM
<cite>seamus wrote:</cite><blockquote>[email protected] Bayle wrote: <blockquote><p>havent gone in that direction, but why leave Neriak? It is laid out so well </p><p>I did do kelethin to freeport however</p></blockquote><p> The city itself is fine, the portals are nice though the EFP bell provides the same kind of access in Freeport. I personally have a big beef with the TS and Nek ports putting me at the spires though. Its a minor aggravation, but aggravation all the same and serves no purpose.</p><p><span style="color: #ff0000">I walked on a level 3 the other day <img src="/smilies/283a16da79f3aa23fe1025c96295f04f.gif" border="0" alt="SMILEY" /> It was a fun experience... and I was lucky enough to not die. Be glad they give these things... They could just make you walk through Neriak!</span> </p><p>I haven't found anyone that will accept the status relics so we are forced to go to Freeport to turn them in. This is another minor aggravation.</p><p><span style="color: #ff0000">Theres a merchant by the docks who will  take all of them.</span> </p><p>The only faction we can work on in Neriak is Neriak faction, of course what is the point when you start at 40000 faction and ally, switching from Freeport to Neriak. There are no faction based rewards only the single city merchant. If you are interested in these things you need to go to Freeport.</p><p><span style="color: #ff0000">Are you talking about the five factions that Neriak has? The writ givers? They have 5 writ giver groups in neriak... and they eventually lead to the Queen</span> </p><p>Bottom line Freeport and Qeynos are self sufficient cities, you are never required to go to Neriak or Kelethin. Living in Neriak or Kelethin requires more effort, there is a reason hardly anyone lives in Kelethin and the same will be true for Neriak. Why they put so much effort into these cities and then "cripple" them by making them inconvenient is beyond me.</p><p><span style="color: #ff0000">I think living in Neriak is less effort... 5 writ givers... status accepters in one loaction... teleportation throughout the city... smaller city... no zoning! </span> </p><p>Personally I'd like to see them open the cities to everyone. I'm a bit of a roleplayer and I'd like my SK to live in Qeynos, not that my SK could or should be trusted <img src="/smilies/283a16da79f3aa23fe1025c96295f04f.gif" border="0" alt="SMILEY" />. The artificial barrier to certain classes is another minor aggravation that serves no purpose. Its certainly not roleplay, which should be determined by the player not the devs and isn't really a part of the game for most anyway. Frankly if Qeynos is going to accept Ogres, Trolls and Dark Elves they should take all classes.</p><p>BTW with the moving enhancement, (which is great), it is no longer possible to purchase housing without the appropriate faction. Previously, one could purchase a home anywhere one wished, without the benefit of a bank, merchants or bind point.</p><p><span style="color: #ff3300">Really? I always thought that you could only buy a house from your city.</span> </p></blockquote>Anyways... I hope you reconsider living in Neriak once you find the people I have listed above.

steelblueangel
05-30-2007, 05:50 AM
<p>the reason I want to move from neriak to freeport is because I lag so badly there and I have little to no problems in freeport. I thought at first like someone else stated it was due to all the players there when it first went live but today there were only a handful of ppl there and lag was the same for me. Probably my computer but at the moment I can't afford to change that. </p><p>thank you Seamus, for telling me where to go in freeport. I'll do that tomorrow <img src="/smilies/3b63d1616c5dfcf29f8a7a031aaa7cad.gif" border="0" alt="SMILEY" /> you were extremely helpful. </p>

ChrisRay
05-30-2007, 05:53 AM
I moved my arasai from neriak to freeport too for convenience issues. And personal taste. Besides it's not like you cant go back. Its 10 mins total worth of super easy questing to switch sides and from what I can tell theres no limit to how often you can change from freeport to neriak. It's not like a real betrayal.     

MadTexan3
05-30-2007, 06:40 AM
<cite>Josgar wrote:</cite><blockquote><p>Are you talking about the five factions that Neriak has? The writ givers? They have 5 writ giver groups in neriak... and they eventually lead to the Queen</p></blockquote>Technically there aren't 5 factions in Neriak since the only faction being tracked from doing writs for the 5 different groups is that for Neriak the city. For example, by doing writs for the Indigo Brotherhood you aren't gaining Indigo Brotherhood faction towards being able to buy titles, clothing and/or furniture items specific to that faction. Conversely, when you do writs for the Freeport Militia you're working towards rewards that only that faction can bring you.

Katreena
05-30-2007, 07:18 AM
<p>Neriak is the only city I know of that has a 5 room house and no status points to buy though...</p>

MadTexan3
05-30-2007, 07:47 AM
[email protected] wrote: <blockquote>Neriak is the only city I know of that has a 5 room house and no status points to buy though...</blockquote>Yep, that and the crafting area are why I moved my armorer there. <img src="/smilies/8a80c6485cd926be453217d59a84a888.gif" border="0" alt="SMILEY" />

deKoven
05-30-2007, 09:57 AM
<cite>seamus wrote:</cite><blockquote>Snip...<p>I haven't found anyone that will accept the status relics so we are forced to go to Freeport to turn them in. This is another minor aggravation.</p>Snip...</blockquote> The NPC for status relics, docs, amulets, etc. is in the guild house in the dockside area. The NPC for <u>collections</u> stands "outside" in an area just off the dockside proper. There's only one person for all those status thingies and for that alone I applaud EQ. I wish they'd fix them all the same way. <img src="/smilies/e8a506dc4ad763aca51bec4ca7dc8560.gif" border="0" alt="SMILEY" />

MadTexan3
05-30-2007, 10:17 AM
[email protected] wrote: <blockquote> The NPC for status relics, docs, amulets, etc. is in the guild house in the dockside area. The NPC for <u>collections</u> stands "outside" in an area just off the dockside proper. There's only one person for all those status thingies and for that alone I applaud EQ. I wish they'd fix them all the same way. </blockquote>Unless they change the items so that you get a small faction increase with the faction you sell each type to in Freeport I see no reason why they shouldn't just be made generic and sellable to any guild-associated merchant.