House of Thule, Lower Floors - HoT Leveling Guide
The House of Thule, Lower Floors is a big ass zone with multiple different places you could camp but only one of them was so good that I decided to write a guide on it. There's one location in the Lower Floors of HoT that is more popular than anywhere else in the expansion pack (even grounds)!
Just past the zone line for Feerrott The Dream you'll find a large court yard, this is it! The camp location! Pretty sweet, huh? We don't even have to travel very far or through dangerous territory to reach it. As you can see from my map locations above the best spots for you to camp are at the southeastern and southwestern ends of the courtyard.
No enemies patrol all the way down into the corners so you'll be able to go AFK here to take a crap or make some food during your med breaks. On top of all this there are also kill tasks for this location which you can accept from the froglok near the zone line to Feerrott.
Ruppoc Rockjumper gives you 5 different kill tasks all of them called "Thinning Out Their Numbers: <Enemy To Kill>". There are tasks for Bone Crafters and Quaking Haunts, Rotdogs and Snakes, Skeletons and Bone Golems, Terror Guards and finally Terror Spinners and Sleeper Cubes. For more information about these tasks follow any of the links provided to be takin to that guide.
There are a total of five named enemies that you'll have a chance of seeing while clearing this camp. Each of those nameds is listed below along with the loot that they'll drop incase you'd like to see what goodies you can find here.
This camp will take you to level 95 without much issue at all but once you reach 95 things will start to slow down quite a bit. You definitely can push yourself to level 100 at this camp but it'll be slow going and by the time you reach 100 half the camp will be green.
- Players can reach House of Thule, Lower Floors by traveling through Feerrott: The Dream.
- If you're having trouble managing your Inventory Space I highly recommend you invest in some Extraplanar Trade Satchels which are 32 Slot Tradeskill Bags. Alternatively you could also buy Unexpanded Tailored Backpacks as well. Though, the Backpacks will likely be more expensive. Follow the links provided to learn more about each item.
- If you need more plat while leveling I strongly recommend you check out my How to make more plat while leveling by Bartering Guide. It'll give you a list of all the different items you should be keeping an eye out for to Barter/Sell!