SMITE kicks off the Rising Dawn promotional event

    
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I thought she was a puppy.
Amaterasu is the Japanese goddess of the sun, a new deity within SMITE‘s deific roster and a flexible one besides. But bringing Amaterasu alone into the game wouldn’t constitute an event. No, her arrival brings along plenty of other Japanese-themed skins for the various deities, so even if she’s not palling around with her fellow pantheon members right now, she can feel right at home around Kaiju Sobek.

The timeline there may be a bit weird.

The overall event pattern is similar to the Odyssey events, with bonus rolls for chests unlocking time-limited skins. Only two skins are on display now, but three more are promised, with one of them possibly a reward for unlocking the first four (based on the pattern of other events). Whether you want to get in on the sun goddess action or not, there’s plenty of new stuff arriving with the the dawn this time around.

Hi-Rez also released an infographic in the wake of its recent tourney; we’ve included it below.

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Source: Official Site, press release; thanks to Sorenthaz for the tip!
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The other items are going to be a skin for Ymir called Irezumir (no idea what that’ll be), the Japanese Bundle Pack (likely will include the Japanese Pantheon icon and a Japanese music pack – first music pack came with Ragnarok Force X Thor), and then for getting all four of the items you’ll also unlock Soulless Sol, which is a pretty creepy looking robotic skin for Sol.

BritoBruno
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BritoBruno

The semifinals between Epsilon and Cloud9 were awesome. But the finals were kinda bummer.
ROMA INVICTA!

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GoJammit

Pashgan I think all cultures have some “interesting” aspects, what’s that got to do with this?

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Child porn was legal in Japan till 2015, the state didn’t apologize for unspeakable atrocities during WW2. Japanese culture is interesting – isn’t it?