It takes 12 in-game hours (9 real minutes) for the maps to reload on their own. So if you visit a map, than leave the map to trigger a quest, you sometimes will get back to the map before it reload with the quest triggered.
@nikkoqrz , It is unlikely v1.3 will be released for Apple anytime soon. That has to do with compatibility issues with Apple.
A lot of independent developers are being pushed out of Apple. Apple calls security enhancements, but a lot of the issues go well beyond security issues. One could be...
Did you read over the requirements to trigger the quest ( Read Here ).
If you completed Head Hunting, and talked to Azeran, than it could be a map loading error. Staying at an inn should solve the issue.
Lastly, what device are you on?
I know Apple has v1.2 or something, so it's a major update...
Chalk this up as one more Companion AI oddity.
Companions will walk into campfires that the Player can't touch.
If the player walks past the star location on the map, the Companion will try to follow, but someone get hit by the campfire.
Player is not hurt.
So, does that mean the Companion is...
@Bellente , a bit of a necro post from five years ago, but I see it's on topic.
So the game has changed over the last five years, include a melee boost to damage for all classes.
When you first come across the Centurions, they are much harder than other enemies. That's by design. They're...
Yes. All major builds have made it through the game without a Companion.
There are predictable challenges with the reduce fighting ability.
Using good fighting tactics to separate groups into smaller groups will hep a lot. Use those corners, doorways, and aggro-distrance to an advantage...
What do you mean by Melee Spell Caster? Do you mean Arcane Knight using the skill Arcane Blade or Vampiric Blade?
There's no real benefit to pushing to get to Icemist too soon as you still need to build up your character's skill and trait base. So really anytime in the mid-game should do well...
There's already a few threads dedicated to The Best Grinding Spots.
They all tend to boil down to the same general ideas.
Lots of tombs = more loot to steel.
Lots of enemies = more XP
Looking for a certain item = use the Wiki to find where it drops.