If only the Eveningstar challenge pack could compare to Judas Priest’s “Evening Star,” we might have something here. But really, there’s barely anything keeping this pack above F-Tier. It’s rather pricey, it’s unpopular, and its loot is essentially worthless. In fact, I’d say it’s worst than worthless, since its abundance of ingredients only serves to clog up your inventory.
The only half-decent thing about this pack. Any of these challenges can be done in either the heroic or epic levels once per life for a respectable chunk of experience. However, there are only six challenges here, and they’re very unpopular, meaning you’d have to solo them, which can be rather challenging.
I’m hard-pressed to find a single piece of loot here which is worth itemizing on any build. The level 16 weapons are outdone by Reign of Madness items, Attack on Stormreach items, and Green Steel (obviously), while the cloaks are outdone by lootgen items. Yes, really. Any of the epic items are weaker than items from House Cannith challenges, epic items, Alchemical Crafted weapons, Green Steel, loot gen, commendation items, and pretty much everything else out there. If you can find a piece of loot here which I might be overlooking then I’ll give you a cookie.
Fun Factor: ?/5
In all honesty, I haven’t done these in so long that I’ve completely forgotten these challenges. I seem to recall that one of them involves a dragon, while another one involves trees that you have to protect. I think I had some fun with them, but then again, my memory is so hazy on this subject, which might suggest that they’re forgettable and vanilla quests.
I haven’t seen a LFM up for this in at least a year.
695 TP for only 6 challenges with no good loot. I think it’s safe to say why these quests are so unpopular.
Overall: Lower D-Tier.
If not for the experience, these challenges would fail on every level.