Jump to post...The ratio for loot should be roughly the same, they even share some of the same loot tables. That may have just been a bad run of luck, but I will keep an eye on it. Regarding being a level 10 going up against level 14 mobs, we DO have a plan in place to add a vote system to skip the current adventure. The idea being that it would let a group that found itself in an adventure that they could not beat, they would have the power to move on past it. The trade off will be that it starts a new adventure arc - progress towards a rare encounter is reset. Unfortunately, that feature MIGHT not make it into 1.9. It is a feature I strongly favor, but getting other features finished for IA might crowd it out until a little bit later. Finally, the teleports should be working. The bigger issue is that the teleports are prompted based on a distance check. The distance check is universal for all zones and the distances in a place like FM are actually very short - so the teleports rarely pop up. That said - the amount of running on foot is NOT fun currently. For all of our internal playtests, I play as a fresh level 10 or 11 just to keep that experience foremost in my mind and the traveling was an immediate concern. We plan on making the distance test set on a per zone basis so we can tune it better, AND we have some additional ideas to aid low-level IA travel time issues as well, but those are still being finalized and I am not yet ready to discuss them in detail. But I hear you and completely agree with the concern! OH! And the wardstone defense adventures - we are not forgetting them! They are already being implemented for GW and SF IA. We avoided putting them into SW/FM IA because most characters (that aren't mentored down) will not have the AoE abilities to deal with such an onslaught. I agree they are fun, but there is a need to balance that with what tools natural low-level characters have at their disposal. There is still the possibility that we may include them in the second band of FM/SW content (level 15-19). Thank you for the feedback!