Each of the Twelve Martyrs are great in their own way as they fill their chosen ones with blessings to help them on their journeys through Sarnaut. We use their protective abilities, they help us regenerate after a long, hard battle and they offer guidance to those who seek it. So let’s celebrate them individually! Each Patron should have their own designated holiday in which their worshipers can benefit of their blessing and offer up even more prayer to the great Martyrs!
From the Saturday, February 9th until Saturday, March 9th, all those born under the sign of Plam will celebrate their patron and receive their blessings for 20 days!
For those of you asleep during history classes in Nezebgrad and Novograd, here’s a brief overview of the Great Martyrs:
Men and women on these allods are never alone. They are protected by the blessing of a mysterious set of powers, called the Great Martyrs.
Shortly after the Great Cataclysm, the Magi began to notice strange events of the original magic. Although their appearance seemed to coincide with the Astral invasion, their precise nature remained a mystery for many years. While the Astral was known to have a magical influence on Allods and all their inhabitants, 12 special magical auras were discovered, each with unique properties and characteristics.
Over the centuries, experiments were conducted on these forces. It was discovered that each inhabitant of Allods could perform a ritual to seek protection from one of these magical auras, but for a long time the nature and origin remain shrouded in mystery.
So what better way to celebrate a patron than by praying to it extra hard during it’s holiday season? That doesn’t mean we want you to rush out to the Deserted Farm on a one man mission to end up in purgatory for a 24 hour period! We want you to fight with honor and courage, slay as many enemies as possible, and give thanks to Plam afterwards!
How can you take advantage of these benefits? Just log-in to your character with Plam’s symbol, and enjoy the FREE 20 days blessing! Easy as that!
Great news for all who wish to give thanks to their patron! Celebrate the adventures they’ve already had and look towards those that are to come! The Festival of Plam
runs from Saturday, February 9th until Saturday, March 8th
– don’t miss out!
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