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Xsyon's Raccoon Roundup kicks off a summer of in-game events

Jef Reahard
05.16.14
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Notorious Games is hosting a series of events this summer in Xsyon, its player-driven post-apocalyptic sandbox MMORPG. The festivities start Saturday, May 17th with the Raccoon Roundup, a combat event that sees players hunting wild raccoons in a "hectic competition to become the Raccoon Rajah."

The latest Notorious press release says that the hunt will happen on Xsyon's PvE and PvP servers, as will upcoming races, obstacle courses, scavenger hunts, skill contests, combat arenas, architecture competitions, "and much more."

[Source: Notorious Games press release]



2014/05/15 - Xsyon MMORPG Event Season Kicks Off This Weekend

The apocalyptic fantasy sandbox MMORPG Xsyon kicks off its weekend event series again this Saturday and Sunday with a highly requested Raccoon Roundup combat event. The event will run on both the War and Peace servers.

Players will hunt wild raccoons in this hectic competition to become the Xsyon Raccoon Rajah.

Events are being organized and planned for the coming weeks and throughout summer, including races, obstacle courses, scavenger hunts, skill contests, combat arenas, architecture competitions and much more. All players are welcome to join in these events, participate in the fun and of course win valuable in game prizes!

More information is available on the official Xsyon website. http://www.xsyon.com

About Xsyon

Xsyon is an entirely player driven online game with a living and changing environment. Players form tribes, shape landscapes, construct towns, create quests, hunt, gather, and develop a New World.

About Notorious Games
Founded in 2007, Notorious Games, the developers of the Xsyon game series are a team of experienced game developers based in the US and Russia. Their mission is create unique, dynamic and evolving online worlds.

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