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"Eva's Inferno" event kicks off in Lineage II

William Dobson
August 26, 2009
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While the latest event in Lineage II started off as a mystery, the players soon literally put the pieces of the puzzle together to reveal information about "Eva's Inferno". The event is now underway, and players might have noticed that things are a bit hotter than usual -- and it's not just because of skimpy elf clothing either. The god of destruction Gran Kain has sent Spirits of Fire to cause trouble in the world. The goddess Eva apparently doesn't like the warm weather and has asked her high priest to recruit adventurers to help sort things out.

Players must collect Fire Seeds by killing monsters, then use those seeds to summon the Spirits of Fire and defeat them without a weapon equipped. When enough spirits are killed, Eva will grant a server-wide experience blessing. As the event continues, more powerful blessings will be given. On top of this, visiting her priest Jack Sage on Days 6, 10 and 14 will provide opportunities for more tangible rewards. Visit the event's page at the official Lineage II site to check out the bonus items on offer, and while you're there, you can see all of the people responsible for finding the puzzle pieces that unveiled the mystery. The event will continue until the 8th of September.



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