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IntroductionEdit

Everquest, released in 1999, has had a very rich background fabricated for it. The original concepts followed simple Dungeons and Dragons storytelling that was quite common in fantasy games at the time. However, due to the community nature of the game, Everquest's story quickly ballooned as the population swelled. The players became a part of Everquest's lore and tended to make a connection between it and their characters. PvP servers such as Vallon Zek and Tallon Zek developed their own names and slurs for those of the rival factions of player characters (Shorties, Darkies, and Lighties to name a few). This was a very entertaining time for players. The newness and uniqueness of the game made it very thrilling for EQ players.

Verant, and then Sony Online Entertainment , eventually started releasing its huge plethora of expansions, which they have become well known for, and the lore of Everquest swelled. New lands, worlds, planes, gods, dragons, and many many other concepts were integrated into the EQ storyline with as much precision as possible. Some of the introduced lore received some criticism from the playerbase, such as SOE's third expansion attempt, "Shadows of Luclin," which introduced the Vah Shir. However, most players during EQ's heyday years eventually came to accept most controversies as they came to stay for the long run. As the game continues to push forward after all these years, SOE is still introducing expansions that bring more to Everquest's history and future.

The Creation of NorrathEdit

The following is the recounting of the creation of the universe and of Norrath. It is also the telling of how life upon Norrath came into being and why there is so much tension between the races.

The Creation of NorrathEdit

  1. The Age of Scale
  2. The Elder Age
  3. The Age of Monuments
  4. The Age of Blood
  5. The Lost Age
  6. The Age of Enlightenment
  7. The Age of Turmoil

EverQuestEdit

====Base Game Lore====

Ruins of KunarkEdit

====Ruins of Kunark Lore ====

  1. Shissar Kingdom
  2. Iksar Kingdom
  3. The Rule of Rile
  4. The Ring of Scale
  5. Atrebe's Iksar Kingdom
  6. Iksar vs. The Ring of Scale
  7. The Emerald Circle
  8. The End of the Sebilisan Empire

The Planes of PowerEdit

====Planes of Power Lore====

  1. The Planes of Power
  2. The Plane of Knowledge
  3. The Plane of Tranquility
  4. The Plane of Disease
  5. The Plane of Innovation
  6. The Plane of Justice
  7. The Plane of Nightmares
  8. Lair of Terris-Thule
  9. Ruins of Lxanvom, Crypt of Decay
  10. Ruins of Lxanvom, Crypt of Decay (Additional Lore)
  11. The Plane of Storms
  12. The Plane of Valor
  13. Torden, The Bastion of Thunder
  14. The Halls of Honor
  15. Drunder, Fortress of Zek
  16. Solusek's Ro Tower
  17. The Plane of Torment
  18. Doomfire, the Burning Lands
  19. Eryslai, the Kingdom of Wind
  20. The Reef of Coirnay
  21. Vegarlson, the Earthen Badlands
  22. The Plane of Time

Other LoreEdit

Books

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