Legends of Aria’s Toil and Trouble season six content gets spookier and longer

    
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Legends of Aria’s Toil and Trouble season six content gets spookier and longer

It’s time to get spooked on in Legends of Aria as season six: Toil and Trouble is bringing all sorts of Halloween-style content for players to enjoy. And it’s making it available for longer besides.

This season introduces some new dynamic encounters in the form of Spooky Cauldrons in the West Valusia region of Southern Rim. These Cauldrons can either spawn one of two witch enemies or place a unique potion in player inventories, whether it’s a concoction that deals AoE damage or a potion that causes treats to appear that can be gathered by anyone. As for this season’s Chaos Zone, that can be found in the Brooks, while PvE and PvP players will get some unique skeletal horse mounts for their respective monthly rewards.

This season will also mark a new length of time for seasonal content in general, running for 60 days this time around as a result of player feedback. It’s all live as of today, October 12th, assuming the devs can get the kinks worked out, so now’s the time to get in the spirit.

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Blake

Thanks to the private PVE server Hope article I ended up diving back into Aria after not having played it since late 2018 and it’s come a long way. The funny thing is that two of my gaming buddies came along with me, both new players to Aria, and we had a lot of fun in the game this weekend.

Still not going to play on the official servers myself, as I’m just too old to bother with forced PVP/ganking. Just don’t have the patience for it/interest in that playstyle anymore.

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Solaris

If UO was your thing, this is probably the best clone on the market. The Legends of Ultima server is fantastic, as is the community.

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Blake

Yep I’ve always had a soft spot for UO, was my first MMO back in 1998. Even have an account currently open again, though, that said I must admit I think UO has kind of strayed too far away from what they were. Too many added on systems and gear stats that make it kind of muddled.

I played on the LoU shard for quite a while early on, even still have my characters there, but like the official server I’m just not a huge fan of the pk thing anymore and having PvP forced on me in an MMO. I’ll gladly engage in PvP but rather do it in battlegrounds or in bigger areas like ESO/GW2 has in game.