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TERA Yule War and Santa Event Have Begun

By Poorna Shankar on December 17, 2019 | News | 0

TERA looks like it’s receiving two winter-themed events all about Santa.

The first involves stolen gifts from Santa and you’re tasked with stopping them. These thieves have disguised themselves as Santa. So whenever you see a Santa, take them down. Doing so will give you a chance to collect a Locked Toy Box. This box may contain:

  • Cold War Bomber Smart Box
  • bomber
  • Footsteps: Wintry Penguin
  • footsteps
  • Santa Suit Smart Box
  • santa suit
  • Santa Cap
  • Brilliant Enchanting Chests
  • Champion's Enchanting Chests
  • Golden Plates
  • Silver Plates

To open the box, you’ll need a toy box key which you can grab every day during the False Santa Hunt running from now until December 31. Learn more about this event here.

The next event is a Yule War running until January 1 where rewards can be had in specific dungeons. These rewards are Santa’s Yule Treasure maps. However, these maps may not be completed maps, they may be torn. You can exchange these torn maps in Velika and Highwatch for the other half of the map, which will then give you a clue towards a location. This location will contain reward chests. Here are the dungeons which will net you treasure maps:

  • Akalath Quarantine
  • Antaroth’s Abyss
  • Antaroth’s Abyss (Hard)
  • Bahaar’s Sanctum
  • Demokron Factory
  • Demokron Factory (Hard)
  • Forsaken Island (Hard)
  • Gossamer Vault
  • Gossamer Vault (Hard)
  • Grotto of Lost Souls
  • Grotto of Lost Souls (Hard)
  • RK-9 Kennel
  • RK-9 Kennel (Hard)
  • Ruinous Manor
  • Ruinous Manor (Hard)
  • Velik’s Sanctuary
  • Velik’s Sanctuary (Hard)


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.