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access_time March 19, 2012 at 3:11 PM in News by Drew Robbins

Harmony Festival Brings Good Spring Break Tidings to Elsword

Spring break is a time known for swimming, sunbathing, and generally have a grand old time in the world’s great outdoors. Unfortunately, all of these options are terrible and offer little in the way of the experience points and loot that us fragile, sheltered nerds so desire. Elsword, a free-to-play online role-playing game, brings all of that and more to this year’s spring break with the in-game Harmony Festival event.

The Harmony Festival unlocks a variety of new quests and costumes for players to use as they venture through the unfriendly territories of the game’s various environments and dungeons. All of the Festival’s perks and bonuses are listed below:

Free goodies: Harmony Festival Costumes are available free to all players and are the most powerful costumes released in Elsword to date! Harmony Festival Pie can also be purchased and used in dungeons to recuperate 50 percent HP and remove status effects. As an added bonus, players purchasing the pie will receive 20 free pies after the event has ended.

More lives: Resurrection Stone refills upgraded to six times daily.

New and rewarding quests: A plethora of new quests that add up to valuable rewards for participating gamers.

Exclusive Harmony Festival Accessory: Now available from the Item Mall, beautiful butterfly wings are available for only 500 K-Ching.

New throwing items: Players can use new in-dungeon throwing items to further expand their arsenal of monster slaying weapons.

Increased endurance: 50 percent less stamina consumption in dungeons.

Quickslot expansion and item additions: Players can now expand their Quickslots to six with an item purchased from the Item Mall.

– Kill3rCombo Press Release

Elsword is available as a free download from the game’s website found by clicking here.

[Elsword Online]


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