Angels Online : Show Your Support for the People of Japan

In the beginner’s city of the Angel Lyceum, players can often be seen standing united as they pray for peace and send their collected goodwill out to those in need. The game has provided people from all walks of life with a place where they can interact with one another and share their wishes for a brighter future.

The Prayer Ribbon Project recently launched in Angels Online allows players Level 21 or higher to show their support with a special Prayer Ribbon. Bearing the symbol of a yellow ribbon, their unity sends a message of hope and love. To reward these players for their dedication, the Angels Online team has been giving out a Prayer Amulet Box to those who remain online for at least 4 hours. Inside is a delightful surprise. The Prayer Ribbons grant incredible stats to players when equipped and last for 30 days.

The Symbolism of the Yellow Ribbon

During the 1970s, the popular song“Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Ole Oak Tree” revived a centuries-old tradition of using a yellow ribbon to show support for loved ones far away. Another story tells of a freed convict who wrote a letter to his wife asking her to tie a yellow ribbon on an oak tree to let him know she still loved him. If she did not, he would continue on his way instead of returning home. Since then, the yellow ribbon has come to represent freedom, love, peace and faith.

The Prayer Ribbon Project is just one of many events in Angels Online that helps to promote a sense of community. Check out the official site at for the latest on Angels Online events. Visit to learn more about IGG’s growing family of games.

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