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Item:Night Revels Key

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  • Name: Night Revels Key
  • Acquired from: The Night Revels - Delera's Graveyard
  • Located in: Delera's Graveyard
  • Minimum Level: None
  • Binding: UnboundIcon tooltip.pngUnbound: This item is Unbound, and may take permanent damage.
  • Effect: Allows you to enter a challenge during The Night Revels festival event.
  • Base Value: None
  • Weight: 0.01 lbs
  • Stack size: 10
  • Description: This key permits entry into any of the Night Revels adventures found in Delera's Graveyard during the Night Revels. This key will turn to dust and disappear around the of <the year>.
  • Notes: The DDO Store-only alternative, Lasting Night Revels Key does not expire.

Obsolete quotes[edit]

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Originally Posted by Cordovan (Contribs • Message• Cordovan) Source

When a graveyard monster is killed, there are a couple of different percentage rolls made, and based on the outcome of those rolls, the Darkest Chocolate or Night Revels Key is distributed. Among the things that make you eligible for receiving an award is being the person who hit the monster first, being the one who killed it, being on the monsters hate list, or being in a party with someone who did one of those things. Additionally, it makes ineligible characters who are massively over the level of the monster. It is possible to get both a Darkest Chocolate and Night Revels Key when killing a mob. The things that make you eligible are not all weighed equally.

Quote:
Originally Posted by Cordovan (Contribs • Message• Cordovan) Source

We don't want the drop rate to be so low as to make people feel like we are "forcing" them to buy one, since that is not our intention.

Quote:
Originally Posted by (executive producer) Severlin Source

Keep in mind that the key rate spikes dramatically if you hunt creatures in a big group. Creatures spawn much more quickly when a group is in the area, and you kill them as a group more quickly. Our group runs had much higher keys per minute than anything solo.