Entropia Universe begins ‘Merry Mayhem’ holiday events for PvPers and soloers

    
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Entropia Universe and Planet Calypso may be virtual worlds known mostly to MMORPG players for their wacky stories – like the time an in-game rifle sold for over $50K US, or the time a player gave back $10K US because of a crappy auction system. But that doesn’t mean they can’t slip into the holiday spirit. With lootboxes! OK, and other stuff too, including challenge missions for both soloers and PvPers.

“The annual Merry Mayhem hunt is now underway and runs until Monday, Jan. 15, giving players the opportunity to scour for holiday-themed items during the harsh winter conditions. This year, Merry Mayhem is completely revamped, with ten separate categories each containing their own unique prize pools for players to collect. Participants will be tested with time-based combat against bosses and spawning creatures to hold the top spot in their category. Defeated enemies are stocked full of loot in the form of Mayhem Tokens, which can be exchanged for exclusive items from the Mayhem Token Vendor.”

The events run through January 15th with results and prizes rolling out in early February.

Source: Press release, official site
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Maximilian

EU getting some love on MOP :D

Yes it does cost real life money, no it doesn’t bother me, it can also be withdrawn back into USD.

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Melissa McDonald

I am surely in the minority but it kind of bothers me that Entropia, who have about 3 players in their whole universe, gets coverage when Second Life, who have at least 30K players at any given time (I’ve seen 60K commonly) gets absolutely no coverage here at all.

Seriously, that just seems weird to me.

Community service announcement: Second Life’s winter events and destinations: https://secondlife.com/destinations/winter

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Schlag Sweetleaf

Second Life, who have at least 30K players at any given time (I’ve seen 60K commonly) gets absolutely no coverage here at all.

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Melissa McDonald

There are tons of mini-games in SL. People who think it isn’t a game have never spent time there. There are combat zones, weapons, shield systems, all kinds of interesting things to discover, and do.

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flyingltj

That critter in the graphic is not a total ripoff of an Eater from Asheron’s Call. Nope, not at all. Totally different and original.

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semugh

ofc not. It’s a squig from warhammer.