I’ve been playing DDO once a week (on Tuesdays,) and our group is now up to level 5, and still having fun, although we’ll occasionally get an ass-kicking in some of the tougher dungeons. Tonight, for the first time in weeks, I played for a couple of hours of solo play.
Essentially all of the level 2-4 Stormreach Harbor content is soloable, with the exception of the Waterworks and two of the individual quests, assuming you have picked a moderately decent solo class. My Ranger is not an optimal selection in this department, but he’s far from the worst class for soloing. Once you move on to the Marketplace, there are a lot more quests too tough to solo, as well as a lot more stuff that you have the option to buy via the DDO Store.
Right now Rafian is at the high end of level 3, at rank 14, and has started doing some Marketplace stuff. He has not yet run out of stuff to do – and there’s certainly a great deal of stuff I could go back and run a second time, since I made it a point to repeat as little as possible. But it’s now getting a bit harder to find the dungeons that are manageable solo.
I also started a Rogue on another server. So far, he’s been able to run solo – in Korthos Village, on Normal difficulty. And I expect that his fighting ability will lag behind as his level goes up.