Maestia – Rise of Keledus celebrates Halloween

- to be published immediately -

Munich, Germany, October 23, 2012

The atmosphere in the free-to-play fantasy MMORPG Maestia – Rise of Keledus has turned spooky. Eerie Halloween decorations, items, boxes, costumes and spawn events make for a really creepy environment. Players may even acquire monstrous mounts in the Lucky Spin.

At night-time, the capital of Superion glows with a spooky Halloween theme. Players encounter the NPC witches Lucy and Helemi who haunt the town in their ghostly carriage. They both offer Maestia players amulets and rings to improve various character attributes. During the event, monsters also drop Halloween coins which Lucy will swap for new boxes, allowing players to gain a skeletal horse, a Halloween broomstick or a pumpkin helmet, for example. Adventurers who successfully defeat monsters in the new spawn events also gain access to the much sought-after boxes. A witch's outfit, a skeleton suit and additional Grim Reaper pets are sure to give players goosebumps.

The Grim Reaper armor set now also features a suitable mount, as players may acquire the Skeletal Dragon in the Lucky Spin. The dragon's specialty: The skeletal dragon blocks up to three enemy attacks before throwing off its rider. In combination, the Grim Reaper armor set and the new mount achieve a truly fearsome effect.

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