Trending Games | World of Warcraft | Overwatch | Valnir Rok | Atlas

    Facebook Twitter YouTube YouTube.Gaming Discord
Quick Game Jump
Members:3,824,621 Users Online:0
Runewaker Entertainment | Official Site
MMORPG | Setting:Fantasy | Status:Final  (rel 03/19/09)  | Pub:Gameforge
PVP:Yes | Distribution:Download | Retail Price:Free | Pay Type:Free | Monthly Fee:Free
System Req: PC | Out of date info? Let us know!

Spring Festival Event

Posted by Keith Cross on Apr 17, 2009  | Comments

Spring Festival Event -

The folks at Runes of Magic have announced details of their Spring Festival event, which has an Easterish theme.

Frogster America, Inc. today announced that
it will be celebrating the Spring Rain Festival in Runes of Magic, the
Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game (MMORPG) that is redefining
the standard for free-to-play titles. Beginning today, players have a new
series of adventures to discover and challenges to master as the game
continues to add new content on a weekly basis since its March 19th launch.

The Spring Rain festival is rooted in ancient legend and is a symbol of the
Earth's rebirth. Legend tells of a traveler named Castor, who, a long time
ago, appeared in a village where the inhabitants were suffering from hunger
and were in great need since their harvest had failed that year. So, the
traveler gave them a gift which was a special rainbow egg. The following
spring, the seeds from this brightly colored egg sprouted with lots of trees
with leaves and blossoms in the most beautiful rainbow colors and the time
of misery came to an end. From this time onward, it then became the custom
in Taborea to exchange brightly colored rainbow eggs between adventurers in
honor of Castor during the Spring Rain Festival.

There are numerous quests surrounding the Spring Rain Festival with a wide
range of rewards. For example, during the festival period, there are the
wondrous rabbit-like 'wabbits' cavorting about the Runes of Magic world and
they hold some surprises for players. They will be handing out gift parcels
in reward for completed tasks, which among other things may contain a
'wabbit' pet or a drink which briefly turns players into rabbits themselves.

Read more here.

Avg. User Rating: 7.5
(249 Votes)