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ArcheAge Unchained Hereafter Festival Underway

Poorna Shankar Posted:
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The Hereafter Festival is underway in ArcheAge and ArcheAge Unchained and of course, like any good event, features plenty of rewards for your participation.

For this event, any player which stays online for 60 minutes will receive a Nui’s Diadem Crate twice a day. You’ll be able to claim this box when you click on the Divine Clock in the bottom left of the screen. This Nui’s Diadem Crate contains a Tarnished Nui’s Diadem x1 and Silverleaf x2.

If you participate in the Crimson Rift, Grimghast Rift, Whalesong Harbor, and To Aegis Island activities, you can receive more Tarnished Nui’s Diadems. Additionally, if you just want Silverleaves, you’ll be able to buy them from the vendor for 10 gold.

These items (sans the Silverleaves) will be available until ArcheAge Unchained maintenance on April 29. After this point, you won’t be able to grab them. You can use the Silverleaves at the Mirage Isle Nui Statue found near the Festival Gift Exchanger. You use a leaf to polish the Diadem, with the more polished it becomes, the higher grade it achieves. You’ll be able to submit your polished Diadem to the Statue for rewards:

  • 15 Bound Tax Certificates for a Unique Nui’s Diadem
  • 1 Bound Blue Regrade Charm for a Celestial Nui’s Diadem
  • 2 Bound Yellow Regrade Charms for a Divine Nui’s Diadem
  • 1 Candy-fueled Shell Racer for an Epic Nui’s Diadem
  • 1 Nui’s Lunagem Crate for a Legendary Nui’s Diadem.
  • This crate randomly grants one of the following T1 Lunagems: Fireglow, Copperglow, Waveglow, Galeglow, or Earthglow Lunagem.
  • 1 Bound Lucent Serendipity Stone for a Mythic Nui’s Diadem.

Late last month, the Akasch Invasion, Gunslinger Skillset went live.


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Poorna Shankar

A highly opinionated avid PC gamer, Poorna blindly panics with his friends in various multiplayer games, much to the detriment of his team. Constantly questioning industry practices and a passion for technological progress drive his love for the video game industry. He pulls no punches and tells it like he sees it. He runs a podcast, Gaming The Industry, with fellow writer, Joseph Bradford, discussing industry practices and their effects on consumers.