The White March is a place in the frozen north of the Dyrwood. To access it you must get to the stage in the narrative where the Watcher takes possession of Caed Nua. A letter will arrive and you will be told by your ghostly steward about a hamlet, Stalwart, that wants your help.
It is being attacked by giant ogres when you arrive in the tiny fishing hamlet. Repel the invaders and you will meet with the mayor. She tells you about an ancient dwarven citadel, the Battery, that is been sealed for aeons of Durgan. If you’re able to get in and activate a renowned forge, said in order to create the most powerful steel in the world, you will bring prosperity to the hamlet, which continues to be in decline for a long time.
It is actually simply a justification to give two new dungeons to you to crawl. At the same time as the Battery of Durgan there is Cragholdt Bluffs, which was created for skilled players with high level celebrations. Both are huge on demanding, challenging conflicts that can examine even experienced players.
Nevertheless, because The White March features two new companies, you do not have to go it alone. He is an oddball that is interesting, and extremely great at hitting folks.
Then there is the Devil of Caroc, a creepy robot with eyes that are black that is been planted with the soul of a wisecracking killer. She is a among the very uncommon companies in the sport, plus a skilled rogue. It is simply a pity they screw up the soul that is whole -of-a-killer matter nearly instantly once you meet with her. After adventuring for some time with her, I’d have liked to possess been surprised by that.
There really are several decent side-quests, including one where you become involved in a feud between a drunk that is local as well as who owns the village inn, but mainly they are unremarkable. The White March is quite, though. In the bubbling hot springs and gradually falling snow of Stalwart to the craggy, icy mountains near the Battery of Durgan, it is a fine comparison of the remaining Dyrwood to the leafy green woods.
The White March arrives alongside patch 2.0, which you will get even if you do not purchase the DLC. This brings some rather important new features to the sport, for example, aptitude delegate party members AI scripts. Forget about never-ending micromanaging–unless you would like to, needless to say. The enemy AI was enhanced also, and observes foes breaking away to participate ranged casters and characters in the rear more often.
The White March is good. You will return in the frosty White March with piles of experience points, quality loot in your stash, and two new weirdos to venture with, although not many wonderful stories to tell round the campfire. I am not positive what Section II of the DLC will entail, but it’s a more convincing narrative to accompany its dungeon-crawling.