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Submitted by jimmytran 483d ago | news

Christmas is coming and Appirits announced Christmas event in Einherjar

Christmas is coming very soon with Christmas trees and decorations around the town and Christmas songs in the air. And to celebrate this biggest time of the year, Appirits, the Japanese developer of Einherjar – The Viking's Blood has released several favours presented to all of their players for warmly and heartily supporting the game for the whole year. The event will run from 19 to 26 December 2012 (SGT or GMT+8).

During the aforementioned period, players will enjoy the following in-game benefits:

- Power cost for using Summon and Reincarnation features decreased by 50%
- Inheritance rate of elite jobs and bloods raised significantly
- New Xmas theme for Einherjar's territory screen

In addition, they will hold a forum event to give Christmas gifts for heroes in Einherjar. All players need to do is to post screenshots of their heroes and get free gifts during the week. (Casual games, Einherjar - The Viking’s Blood, PC)

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