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Submitted by jimmytran 832d ago | news

Appirits announced “Four Great Elements” Quests in Einherjar- The Viking's Blood

Appirits, the Japanese developer of the turn-based web game Einherjar - The Viking's Blood has just released a brand-new in-game quest for their players to obtain the 'Four Great Elements' which are Fire, Thunder, Wind and Ice from 21 to 28 November 2012 (SGT or GMT+8).

Firstly players need to go to the bar in Hedeby city to accept the Light or Dark quest from Brunhilde. Players can only take 1 out of these 2 quests, which can be finished immediately without any conditions. Depending on their choice, they will be able to obtain 4 crystals of Wind, Thunder (the Light path) and Fire, Ice (the Dark path). These items can be combined with Liath Fail to create an enhanced Liath Fail in the repair tab of Production section. (Casual games, Einherjar - The Viking’s Blood, PC)

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