Tokyo, Japan - 14 November 2012 - Einherjar - The Viking's Blood is a Free to Play browser-based game where players take roles of Viking leader and battle in fantastic wars. This year the game's developer Appirits will hold an in-game Thanksgiving event, which will offer plenty of rewards to Einherjar players. From 14 to 28 November 2012 (SGT or GMT+8), there will be several items and materials created for players to collect in the unique Turkey hunting time and enjoy the spirit of Thanksgiving season.
During the above-mentioned period, when winning expeditionary battles, players will have a chance to obtain a Turkey which can be used to produced different valuable materials at the Event tab inside the Production section.
Please note that Turkey cannot be traded at the market. So players must constantly hunt for their rewards.
In addition, there will be other new in-battle items created for the event as below.
· Turkey Egg: +6 Strength, used once in battle
· Pumpkin Pie: +6 Intelligence, used once in battle
· Sweet Potato: +6 Agility, used once in battle
Players can gain those useful items via expeditionary battles and can trade them for better coins later.
And one last thing, since Thanksgiving Day 22 November 2012 (SGT or GMT+8), experience and drop rate will be doubled for all in-game activities. That will be effective till the Thanksgiving event's end date.
About Einherjar: Einherjar – The Viking’s Blood ( http://www.ein-herjar.com) 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.