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Item:Raid Timer Bypass Hourglass

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Raid Timer Bypass Hourglass[edit]

DDO Examination Panel
  • Acquired from:
  • Minimum Level: None
  • Binding: UnboundUnbound: This item is Unbound, and may take permanent damage.
  • Effect: This item allows you to bypass the special 3 day timer that prevents reentry into a successfully completed raid. Once used, this item will allow you to reacquire any one raid quest before the reentry timer has finished counting down.

    If you are on a timer , the quest giver will not bestow the quest until you use this item. This item is good for one raid timer bypass only.
  • Base Value: 00020000002,000ppPlatinum Piece 
  • Weight: 0.01 lbs

Legendary Raid Timer Bypass Hourglass[edit]

Originally Posted by Cordovan (Contribs • Message• Cordovan) Source
Update 29 introduces Legendary raiding to DDO, which are new raids that are CR31+. For Legendary raids, players will be able to bypass the three-day raid timer through the use of a Legendary Raid Timer Bypass, which will be available in Silver and Gold Daily Dice, as a rare chest drop, and in the DDO Store. Non-Legendary Raid Timer Bypasses will keep their current functionality in non-Legendary raids, and we will not be adjusting their ability to be used consecutively.

We've heard from the community about the impact that non-Legendary Raid Timer Bypasses have had over the past few years, including a desire by some to set usage limits on these timers. The feedback we've received on this subject has been often controversial and mixed, and we've spent quite a bit of time discussing the issue internally. We prefer to allow the current timers to function as they are without adjustment. The number of raid timer bypasses in the game is immense; partially due to duplication exploits of the past, and partially due to the volume of timers given out in the past via Daily Dice and the 8th Anniversary Card Event, which was too high. Regardless of the cause, we want to respond to the desire by the community to make sure our raiding scene remains healthy, and do it in a way that limits the impact on players' current timer functionality, by making this change.