Wow, I remember when the prologue was still on the map under the name of "Epic Quest." Or something like that.
Going through the first four parts right now. Here are my impressions:
I guess Part 1 is right after the Seed Spitter quest, because this is where we first meet Sage Uldor. Except Sage Uldor has his own quest following the Seed Spitter, under the option "What do the Drakel want?" so I'm not sure how exactly it lines up. Do we ever find out who's controlling the Ribbers?
Safiria still has her accent in Part 2, although she drops it a few lines later. Maybe she was just being theatrical? What was the point of the Red Fog? I remember it plays a part in the "Tower of Xyphos" quest on Dragonclaw Island, but it's been long enough that I don't remember if it does anything else.
Part 3 is very short, only one battle if you choose not to say "Red Fog," and none if you do, but it would've been a much harder fight back when this quest was first released. I remember never being able to finish part 3 of the Darkovian Saga because the Alpha Werewolf was so strong. I hated that 50% damage regeneration it had.
I must not have ever finished Part 4, because I don't ever remember hunting Sneaks. I remember Uldor being bitten by one and fainting, and Robina saying he was old and frail, but that's it.
I guess Uldor's conversation option runs parallel to "Epic Quest?" Because he just told me to find Dewlok in Granemor, and that's where the Elves vs Drakel quest is.
Anyways, this little nostalgia trip has been nice. I look forward to the update.
The seed spitter and elves and drakel saga mainly led into the Carnax saga actually which came before the devourer saga.
The red fog is mainly a piece of worldbuilding about how some magic is just stored in the world. The Red fog on Dragonclaw Island was likely conjured by Xyphos.
The Ribbers are autonomous undead who are trying to hunt down Epheel to get their revenge on him.
Edit: Forgot to quote