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The Overseer Feature was introduced with the Blood of Luclin expansion to allow a player to "recruit and send agents to do your bidding and earn rewards!"

Accessing the Overseer FeatureEdit

To access the Overseer Feature, click the EQ2 button, then select Overseer.

Overseer Starter PacksEdit

Depending on which version of the Blood of Luclin Expansion one purchases, different Overseer Starter Packs will be available via /claim. Claim the packs you have available, noting that some are "One Per Character" while others are single claim only. It's probably best to concentrate the single claim items on the toon you will be playing most often.

NOTE: "An Overseer's First Agents" can also be obtained from Maesy Colmiter in Sanctus Seru.

Blood of Luclin Standard Expansion

Blood of Luclin Collector's Expansion

Blood of Luclin Premium Expansion

Blood of Luclin Family & Friends Expansion

Getting StartedEdit

  1. Unpack Overseer Starter Pack
    • The Overseer mission Become an Overseer! will automatically be added to the Overseer window.
    • You will have to right-click on Sergeant Marcus Carpenter to add him to the Agents list in the Overseer window.
    • Click the mission name to see its details.
      Overseer Starter
  2. Set up your mission
    • Drag an agent from your Agent List on the left to the empty block under Form Your Party.
    • Later, there will be more considerations in selecting one or more agents for a mission and setting up bonuses and mishaps. For now, just drag Sergeant Marcus Carpenter into the empty block. (You can also double click the agent to save time)
  3. Click the Start Quest button.
    • This initial quest is very fast, it will complete in a few seconds.
  4. Click the Complete Quest button.
  5. Set up your new mission.
  6. Click the Start Quest button.
    • The second quest is also very fast, it will complete in a few seconds.
  7. Click the Complete Quest button.
  8. Unpack any other Overseer packs you have from /claim and add new agents to the Agents List.

Overseer Window DetailsEdit

Overseer Window Details

As you progress to completing more Overseer Missions, you will gain more options to help you control how successful the mission may be.

Agent TraitsEdit

Legendary, Fabled, and Celestial Agents will have special Traits. These are displayed as icons beside each agent in the Agent List. You can hover over the icons to get a tooltip telling you what that Trait is.

In the Overseer Mission Details, under Agents Required there may be some Traits shown either with a green border or with a red border. Green-bordered Traits are those which are beneficial to this Mission, and which may increase your chance of a bonus reward. Red-bordered Traits are detrimental to this Mission and will increase your chance of having a Mishap.

To get the best results, you will want to select Agents that have beneficial Traits for this Mission (i.e., Traits that match the green-bordered Traits in the Mission window). If you do not have an Agent that has an appropriate Trait, you may select a different Agent, including agents that have no Traits. You will probably want to avoid using an Agent for this Mission that has one or more Traits that match the red-bordered Traits in the Mission window, as they will decrease your chance of success.


Bonus ChanceEdit

At the bottom of the Mission window on the left is Bonus Chance. This is the chance the Mission may reward you with an Overseer Bonus Reward Crate in addition to the regular Overseer Reward Crate. Selecting Agents with beneficial Traits for the mission can boost your Bonus Chance.

To further increase your Bonus Chance, click the small shield with the green cross. This will allow you to select a Mercenary from your collection. These must be Mercenaries for whom you have unlocked the Hire Anywhere ability.

Mishap ChanceEdit

At the bottom of the Mission window on the right is Mishap Chance. This is the chance the Mission may fail, meaning that you get no reward, and the Agent(s) that were assigned to this Mission will suffer a Mishap. Selecting Agents with detrimental Traits for the mission can make a Mishap more likely.

To reduce your Mishap Chance, click the small shield with the green cross. This will allow you to select a Familiar from your collection. Different Familiars will have more effect in lowering your Mishap Chance.

Obtaining New AgentsEdit

New agents drop as possible rewards in a number of loot chests from various activities, including Overseer Reward Crates and Empyral Mission Reward Crates.

Celestial AgentsEdit

Fabled AgentsEdit

Legendary AgentsEdit

Treasured AgentsEdit

Obtaining New Overseer MissionsEdit

New Overseeer Missions drop as possible rewards in a number of loot chests from various activities, including Overseer Reward Crates and Empyral Mission Reward Crates.

If you second-guess and decide to cancel a Mission so that you can assign different Agent(s), the canceled Mission still counts against your 10-per-day total, and if you reassign Agent(s) and start that same Mission again, it counts as if it were a new Mission.

Mishap Missions occur when the RNG roll and your Mishap Chance collide. If a Mishap occurs, the server will assign a Mishap Mission to you. If you sort the Agent List by Mishap, Agents benched due to Mishaps will appear, and may be used as the rescuee in a Mishap Mission. Even though Mishap Missions have long timers, they don't offer rewards similar to regular long-timer Missions. However, you should get your captured agent back when the quest completes (unless there's another mishap).

Overseer Mission RewardsEdit

Celestial Mission RewardsEdit

Overseer Reward Crate (Version 10) (\aITEM 1559480506 -1338959770:Overseer Reward Crate\/a)

Mythical Mission RewardsEdit

Overseer Reward Crate (Version 4) (\aITEM 737474604 -1338959770:Overseer Reward Crate\/a)

Fabled Mission RewardsEdit

Overseer Reward Crate (Version 7) (\aITEM -1291998826 -1338959770:Overseer Reward Crate\/a)

Legendary Mission RewardsEdit

Overseer Reward Crate (Version 1) (\aITEM 1875796737 -1338959770:Overseer Reward Crate\/a)

Overseer Reward Crate (Version 5) (\aITEM -2118122963 -1338959770 0 0 0:[Overseer Reward Crate]\/a)

Overseer Reward Crate (Version 8) (\aITEM 415847319 -1338959770 0 0 0:[Overseer Reward Crate]\/a)

Treasured Mission RewardsEdit

Overseer Reward Crate (Version 2) (\aITEM -546330097 -1338959770 0 0 0:[Overseer Reward Crate]\/a)

Overseer Reward Crate (Version 3) (\aITEM 828492579 -1338959770 0 0 0:[Overseer Reward Crate]\/a)

Overseer Reward Crate (Version 6) (\aITEM 1088316260 -1338959770:Overseer Reward Crate\/a)

Overseer Reward Crate (Version 9) (\aITEM -1469539687 -1338959770 0 0 0:[Overseer Reward Crate]\/a)

Overseer Reward Crate (Version 11) (\aITEM 1125905033 -1338959770:Overseer Reward Crate\/a)

Overseer Reward Crate (Version 12) (\aITEM -1362099640 -1338959770:Overseer Reward Crate\/a)

Treasured Mishap Mission RewardsEdit

Overseer Reward Crate (Version 3) (\aITEM 828492579 -1338959770 0 0 0:[Overseer Reward Crate]\/a)

Erollisi MissionsEdit

These missions are only available during the annual Erollisi Day celebrations
Overseer Reward Crate (Version 3) (\aITEM 828492579 -1338959770 0 0 0:[Overseer Reward Crate]\/a)


Brewday MissionsEdit

These missions are only available during the annual Brewday celebrations
Overseer Reward Crate (Version 3) (\aITEM 828492579 -1338959770 0 0 0:[Overseer Reward Crate]\/a)


Other Missions, Reward UndeterminedEdit

CreditsEdit

Soe logo white EQ2i credits posts in this thread written by Bunji, Wulfgyr, Crazier at the SOE/DBG Forums for some of the information in this article.

DBG logo EQ2i credits the DBG Blood of Luclin Expansion Page for some of the information in this article.

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