I love this system. It sounds really cool!Also, to the multiboxer: I hope your pillow is always warm.
Are there any unique transmogs from the campaign that are lost by choosing the skip option
You can NEVER enter the Maw, ever on that toon.... ever. So no thanks. I will just do it the boring way.
While doing Threads of Fate you cant see treasures
What to do with anima objects you collect on character/alts BEFORE they reach Level 60Note that you can store Anima you happen to gain (from quest rewards, etc.) in the Anima Reservoir in your Covenant Sanctum even before you reach level 60. Right-click on the NPC at the Anima Reservoir and then click on the "Deposit" button and the anima will be stored in the reservoir. I am looking forward to spending some of the anima without having to go out questing in order to do my first upgrade to the transport system. OFC, the alt I did this on was using the Threads of Fate alternate levelling method where you choose your covenant in Oribos during the early stages of the process.;)
Some pointers after leveling lots of Alts (did the main storyline 3 times) through Threads of Fate 11 times. If you just do the quest lines to get the completion for each covenant, you will more than likely be done before you hit 60 or hit 60 (especially if you are an herbalist or a miner) before you finish with the last covenant. There's no guarantee. There's also no guarantee on the storyline either cause you may have toons with a lot of rested experience all the way through so you end up dinging before you're finished. But if you do Threads and hit 59 and are done with the 4 zone completions, just mosey over to your chosen covenant and begin the Rep grind, which probably means doing your chosen covenant first so you can start the rep/renown grind.2. You can actually get all 4 quests for the covenants at the beginning (though you do have to pick a covenant). Pick up the first, fly to the zone turn it in, then fly back to Oribos, pick up the second, etc. This will allow you to play any zone and it will count. Get bored with one zone, move to another, etc. It also allows you to spam run dungeons (Plaguefall, Necrotic Wake, Halls of Atonement, and Mists of Tirna Scithe) in LFG and they will all count towards the completion. Of course, there are specific quests for each one that you should pick up when you stop by the zone. 3. Many times the Bonus Objectives sync up with World Quests, so do them when that happens, otherwise just do the zone quests (really the only ones they give you) and world quests and skip the Bonus Objectives. Heck, it'll save the credit if you don't want do them but find yourself there by mistake. 4. Don't forget rares and treasures. They give you experience too, and most are totally soloable.5. You'll actually be getting renown by finishing the zone and be collecting Anima. It won't count toward the first 1000 Anima at 60, but it will allow you to buy better or upgrade armor with your covenant (most is Renown and/or Covenant Campaign gated) and help in the Maw and Torghast. And you can deposit the Anima as you go, so it doesn't fill up your bags.6. Don't forget the crafted (Blacksmithing, Leatherworking, Tailoring, Jewelcrafting) greens and blues. They're usually pretty cheap and definitely an upgrade over what you get while questing at their minimum level. Unfortunately, there aren't a lot of crafted weapons or shields that are good at 60, but the armor will help make the newly minted 60 grind easier. 7 Have fun. Threads of Fate allows you to just play around. You know the story, so poke around for rares, fun little questlines. I always do the Theater of Pain questline and sync it's final quest for when the WQ is up so I don't have to find a group to finish it.