Laeon val Observis
Based on the latest previews, either it'll be a month of main story and seasonal content (quite ambitious) or the more realistic main story only, a bit of seasonal. The Proclamation War arc is massive, so it won't be surprising if we don't have a "conventional" Mogloween this year, just like when the Baleful Brothers were introduced. And no, with where the current setting of the PW is right now, we can't blend Croft's setting unlike had we still been dealing with the Energy outbreak in Doomwood. After the conclusion of our confrontation with M, it also won't be a surprise if we can get some respite just like the previous 2 Thankstakings.
@dragonlord555 that depends on how you do trick or treating and which chapters you're doing. Most chapters carry over your candy collected over to a new or previous chapter to the best of my memory RN, so a good method is to ToT in a chapter you already have full mask access. The best ones are the most recent installments as their candy gauges rack up faster than previous iterations. Plus, with how long the DC dailies have been available now, you can bypass the RNG of acquiring CCL unless of course you've been skipping out on the aforementioned quest. Skilled ToT-ers use CCL (and its evolved variations if the player is feeling extravagant) because of the Flee skills as battling as you collect candy is just a waste of time. You're better off grinding Gold/Exp elsewhere than your neighbor's monster troubles.
@above not likely right now, as it'll disrupt the flow. Thankstaking and Mogloween are the only seasonals that are currently with progressions that have become fluid (actually has storyline flow instead of random events) over the recent years, and that's quite a fresh breath of air. The next issue to deal with in Apsaydaaun's resident's interaction with Lorian locals is the parents of the Baleful Brothers. While I can understand that the current turn of Mogloween is jarring for more purist Halloween celebrators, DF's identity-building worldbuilding is what makes it unique compared to its other AE companions whose seasonals are just random one-offs. And with how the devs are doing their best to actually provide players with immersive chronology (certain seaonsals are integrated as permanents in the Calamity and Maleurous sagas after all), it would be rude for Doomwood's nocturnal residents to have more commotion after enduring a freak thunderstorm.
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