LootDB EverQuest II Item Encyclopedia

Database contains 23381 items submitted by the player community

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The LootDB is a community-contributed EverQuest II item database with stats, mobs and zone information. The project started in 2007 as a spare time project and has become one of the most popular websites used by EverQuest II gamers on everyday basis. The core of the LootDB is a small client program that lives in the system tray and monitors the EQ2 logs for item links from chat channels, chest and body drops as well as harvested goods. No private information is collected, so players' personal communications stored in the log files are ignored.

You can contribute to the LootDB by enabling the in-gaming logging ('/log') and running the LootDB client while you play, or parse your logs offline when you're done. To get started, register an account and download the latest version of the LootDB item collector. The client executable can be stored anywhere on your hard disk, just run the client, enter your username and password that you have registered with and click "OK". To start the process of parsing your log files, point the client to one and click the "Trace" button to collect the information as you play, or the "Parse" button to parse an earlier log file. You can also submit items manually if you prefer not to install the client for some reason.

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April 10th, 2015
To keep the loot database up to date, submissions prior to April 2014 have been deleted.

April 14th, 2012
We are looking for more contributors to test the crowd sourcing code - more people parsing their log files, the better results everyone gets. If you're already parsing, please spread the word to your group and raid mates.

March 24th, 2012
Some parts of the long-promised crowd-sourced submission processing code has been added.

January 12th, 2012
Several IPs banned for abusing the database. You could've asked before mining the data...

June 1st, 2011
Added new zones, updated miscellaneous mob data.