TERA’s third week of anniversary rewards includes a pin-up car

    
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The last week of TERA anniversary rewards is almost upon us, starting on 5/23. That means you still have one more day to turn in Anniversary Tokens for the past week’s rewards, but it also means you can look forward to the final batch of rewards. And what’s on the list for the last week? Why, a hatchback car decorated in cheesecake pictures of the Elin, the race that looks like prepubescent girls!

You could also get a permanent disco ball.

It’s worth noting that the car mount is a permanent mount that has never been available before, and it likely won’t be available again given the nature of the event. Whether or not that triggers your collector instinct is for you to decide, but you’ll want to decide soon as the game’s anniversary celebration moves into its final week.

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Mr Poolaty

King Arthur’s 2 door coupe ovi

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Trippin Ninja

What did they do to that poor Camaro?

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Schmidt.Capela

… isn’t Tera supposed to have a medieval fantasy scenario?

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Utakata

High fantasy I believe. One that involves a lot of magitech, similar to FF XIV in that regards. And to a degree WoW falls into that as well, even though it’s origin is more Tolkien.

But either way, it is devoid of things like mini cars, Gangnam bikinis and pixel swords…or least it should be. Which doesn’t seem to be the case for this game, unfortunately. :(

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Jeff Risu Dailey

Loli’s and a pin up car. Why did I stop playing Tera again.

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Droidz

That’s disgusting.

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Utakata

My sweet Lord (hallelujah)
Hm, my Lord (hallelujah)
My, my, my Lord (hallelujah)

I really want to say no (hallelujah)
Really please really no (hallelujah)
Really want to show you Lord (aaah)
That it’s a very long no, my Lord (hallelujah)

:(

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Hahahahaha! Damn it, TERA! I’m simultaneously horrified by that reward and jealous of those getting one.

When I gave TERA a shot, I really enjoyed it. Environments looked great, combat was fun, the story was… well, it was there. Barely. But I enjoyed it. The cars zipping by made it feel a little like World of Warcraft, but sometimes that isn’t such a bad thing.

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Robert Mann

Tera, you are an odd duck. I mean, I’m an oddball, and I AM CALLING YOU OUT ON BEING ODD!

What I can’t stand about you, though, is that you are shameless about product crossovers and the whole ‘loli’ culture over in parts of Asia (and apparently here to an extent.) No thanks! However, you keep being you Tera, because I’ll gladly support those people having their game… and at least you keep it cleaner than events at a certain inn in an early zone of a certain other game. (That stuff, well, it belongs somewhere other people are not going to be exposed!)

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This is bad taste to the max, I totally need it.
Except that it would mean grinding 170-250 dungeon runs that I can’t even access now, only to get the car on one character.

Never miss a chance to put giant grinds as “content” and fuck everyone that is not max level, Enmasse.

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Suikoden

I don’t quite get why there are cars in Tera.

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Robert Mann

That’s… most of what Tera puts in for events and such anymore. It’s a very odd game.

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I don’t get why WoW has flaying carpets, dragons, motorcycles, sparkle horses, etc. but it does, too. When immersion goes out the window, who the heck cares what ridiculous thing you’re riding anymore.

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Skie Blue

At least the WoW stuff mostly looks the part of a fantasy game.

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Utakata

Not to mention, because other games do it doesn’t make it right.