Ahhh, here's where it all happened for Mr. Lionblood.
Thank you, Senator Xanthus! (I like that name, Xanthus. Reminds me of those old Xanth novels I used to read as a kid.)
Yes, I am now LEVEL 58! POWA! And as a part of that I was summoned to go talk to . . .
Drogan? What the? First Thurston Plunkett is a frog that's a dog and now we're messing up Dworgyn's name, KI? *boggle*
Anyway, I was super happy to find out that Dworgyn stopped messing up his own name and wanted to send me on my way to talk to the dead tree outside his school.
Oo! Shiver! "Bone Drakes are terrifying in their cold anger, fearsome and relentless creatures of shadow and sorrow." I like that description. Thumbs up to the writer who penned that for sure.
As it turns out, the only person who still has a rare set of Drake bones is a Russian-accented Dragonspyrian spectre by the name of Osseus Nightreaver. He's a mean 14k hitpoint boss that has a banshee buddy with him. That definitely puts him on par with Malistaire. Bring your death shields and death prisms for this fight, you're going to need them; although, be warned. He likes to "even the playing field" during the fight a lot.
That's right! Besides being a 14k hitpoint boss, Osseus likes to cheat as well. So, every time you play a blade, trap, or shield, he throws a trap on you. I have to say that I absolutely loved using my Treant Polymorph during this fight. It made it kind of easy.
After you wrap that up, it's a quick trip back to the school for some wise words from Drogan, I mean Dworgyn.
Then it's over to Grizzleheim for a cool visitation and a matinee showing of "how to train your dragon", and then . . .
bada bing bada boom, you're casting Bone Dragon on a couple of Sokkwi Gougers to help powerlevel your son's character through Krokotopia. ;-)
Have fun getting your bone dragon fellow necromancer buddies!