Easter is coming, and we celebrate the cycle of birth, life and death. Flowers are flourishing and our favourite Easter Bunny will be dropping small chocolate eggs as he roams the island. Did you know that eggs are a symbol of new life?
Water, the elixir of life, bubbles fresh from a waterfall south of Nal'wor, and you can collect it if you bring something to catch it. A certain thirsty Fado dweller would be happy if you could take him some.
Do you find life gets particularly exciting in battles to the death? Then try the Ados Deathmatch. As your level increases you now get more time to kill each creature, especially if you are fighting alone.
At the end of the life cycle is death, and for those who kill many creatures, corpse looting got more convenient. Corpses will open immediately for loot as you kill a creature, and close when it is empty. This means even if another creature (or player) got in the way, you can still claim what is rightfully yours. A helpful legend lets you know which poor critter died, and for a short time your corpses can't be thrown too far by others, as though they were weighed down by protective magic.
Please join us for this celebration at Easter time, and feel free to check out the other changes at the change log.