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Hall of Heroes

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The Hall of Heroes is a place between, an ageless monument to heroes past and present. No one is certain whether its enchanted halls were built by the Giants, or whether it is older still.

The Halls of Heroes are two separate city zones added for player convenience with Update 19: Shadowfell Conspiracy, allowing characters to travel between Forgotten Realms and Eberron from the character selection screen.

Traveling with the Hall of Heroes Passport, characters come into this huge hall with statues(?) of fallen heroes. Which heroes are they is still unclear, because the placards at the statues are not clickable and thus don't say the names. They are possibly from 1989 PnP AD&D module "FR7 Hall of Heroes" (TSR 9252).

Everyone can enter the Halls of Heroes, but only those with the Hall of Heroes Passport feature (free to VIPs, 795 TP on the DDO Store) can travel across realms.

Ways to enter Halls of Heroes[edit]

Map and Points of Interest in Eberron[edit]

Loading Screen to The Hall of Heroes in Eberron
The Festival Teleporters (Upperfloor) in The Hall of Heroes in Eberron (from left to right, Crystal Cove - Mabar - Risia)

The Hall Of Heroes map in Eberron

Map and Points of Interest in Forgotten Realms[edit]

Opening Screen to The Hall of Heroes in Forgotten Realms
The Festival Teleporters (Upperfloor) in The Hall of Heroes in Eberron (Midwinter)

The Hall Of Heroes map in Forgotten Realms