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Submitted by jimmytran 1034d ago | news

New trials released in Einherjar - The Viking's Blood by Appirits

According to Appirits, the developer of Einherjar - The Viking's Blood, the game has been continuously bringing players a quite number of challenges during their adventure. And in order to give more rewards for players' constant efforts, Appirits has recently announced a new forum event which may help players obtain many valuable items through several Einherjar trials for the whole November.

From 31 October to 28 November 2012 (SGT or GMT+8), there will be 4 types of trials created for players to overcome as follows: Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum with respective difficulties. Each medal will give a certain reward and can be also used to exchange with each other, i.e. 4 Bronze = 1 Silver, 4 Silver = 1 Gold, 4 Gold = 1 Platinum.

To join the event, players need to take screenshots as required then post them at the predetermined forum topic. (Casual games, Einherjar - The Viking’s Blood, PC)

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