Appirits announced Trading boost time in  Einherjar - The Viking's Blood

Tokyo, Japan – 24 October 2012 - A new in-game event has just been impletemented to boost trading activities in Einherjar - The Viking's Blood, a browser-based game developed by Appirits from 24 to 31 October (SGT or GMT+8).

During the above-said period, all of the following will be applied for exchanging activities at the market.

·         Silver – gold exchanging rate increased

·         Food price reduced by 50%

·         Fee of a successful purchase decreased from 5% to 2%

·         Limit of items for exhibiting increased from 7 to 10

·         All prices of items exhibited at Edinburgh market cut by 50%

And there is also an update for limit of cap price at the market. From now players can set their exhibiting price at a maximum of 9999999 coins.

It is recommended that players make good use of this big chance to enlarge their Viking pocket.

About Einherjar:  Einherjar – The Viking’s Blood ( is a browser-based game combining smooth turn-based tactic and RPG elements that let players start as Viking leaders and strengthen their Viking clans. Players must train their armies through numerous battles and master tactics for each type of map to subjugate their opponents and forge a vast Viking empire!




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Appirits (formerly known as KBMJ) is a corporation specialized in developing Internet systems and services. Appirits has participated in the web game market since 2010 and is creating many new games with nearly 11 years of experience in the web industry.



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Contact info:  Jimmy Tran

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