Extensive update for “Maestia – Rise of Keledus” soon to be released

Munich, Germany, November 29, 2012. The free-to-play fantasy MMORPG Maestia – Rise of Keledus is about to receive an extensive content update. The patch provides a second raid instance for up to twelve players, a revised skill system, and a new crafting system along with various professional fields.

Additional high-level content will shortly be leading adventurers in Maestia to the second raid instance. At the Temple of Cinis, the goal is to defeat the enormous crystal golem Nautilus in four stages. Up to twelve battle-hardened adventurers can go into battle against the boss in two groups. As a reward, they gain exclusive titles like "Temple Knight of Ia", or a multitude of powerful items such as armor, rings, and amulets.

The revision of the skill system results in better-adjusted skill trees. Each of the four character classes offers two different paths: Warrior class players embark on adventures as "Knights" or "Fierce Warriors"; Mages choose the style of the "Fire/Lightning Master" or the "Freeze/Poison Master"; Rangers appear as "Archers" or "Assassins"; Clerics can be either "High Priests" or "Dark Priests".

The content update also includes a whole new crafting system. This feature establishes the three professional fields of Weapon Smith, Armor Smith, or Alchemist. High-level players, in particular, are advised to specialize, as they now have the opportunity to craft high-quality items for themselves for the first time. In order to craft items, players require various materials which they can either collect from Elles or purchase in the shop.

Finally, the new patch includes some small innovations: In order to enable more individuality, adventurers can now customize the appearance of their weapons. Moreover, players are able to hire characters from their own accounts as mercenaries.

For more information about Maestia – Rise of Keledus please visit http://maestia.alaplaya.net

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