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EverQuest 2 Quest Information
Journal Category World Event
Journal Level Scales with player level
Journal Difficulty Solo
Starting Zone Steamfont Mountains more
How to Start Speak with Jon Jeffas ( -565, 173, 1049 ) /waypoint -564.63, 172.57, 1048.69 at Gnomeland Security Headquarters

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  1. Jon Jeffas suggested that I try my hand at building my own battleclock for the amateur category.
    • I should gather some spare springs from around the valley that leads to the Greater Faydark ( -481, 126, 611 ) /waypoint -480.59, 125.79, 610.62 Eq2map.
    • I should gather a sharp whirlyblade from near the entrance to klak'Anon ( -245, 88, 1393 ) /waypoint -244.61, 88.34, 1392.58 Eq2map.
    • I should gather some armored plates from the scraps of destroyed clockworks around the Mazkeen Crater ( -755, 132, 775 ) /waypoint -755.46, 132.07, 774.70 Eq2map.
    • I should gather some used gnomish grease from around Gnomeland Security ( -560, 175, 921 ) /waypoint -559.79, 174.56, 921.26 Eq2map.
  2. Return to Jon Jeffas with the components
  3. I will attempt to use these blueprints (Battleclock Blueprints 1.1) to assemble a battleclock (Quixilver II).
    • This recipe requires Artisan level 2, and is trivial at a Tinkering skill of 5. In addition to the supplies you collected, you'll need 5 sparkling Coal per attempt Fizza Cogsworth sells it, right next to the Work Bench.
    • If you are not a tinkerer and attempt to craft this recipe at the work bench you will succeed due to "Tinkerfest Inspiration."
  4. I will place my battleclock into the ring and see how long it lasts...
    • You must be in the ring - right click Quixilver II and select "use".
  5. I should see what Jon Jeffas thinks of the results.



  • If you have Track Harvest, the harvestable parts do show up in the tracking list.

Icon gears red (Common) This article refers to events, personae and activities only accessable in-game during the annual Tinkerfest festivities that occur roughly from the end of July to early August.

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