Aion's Mark Of The Vandal Goes Live Today
Today, things get a lot more colorful on the western Aion servers. The Vandal (otherwise known as the Painter) has arrived as part of the Mark of the Vandal update. With the release of the new update, players can now create the new class and even pick up some special gear for it -- just so long as they have at least one level 30 character and log in before August 28.
Also included in the update is the new max-level Demaha zone. Both factions will have access to this zone, which is has been decimated by Tiamat. The new zone is filled with several things for players to do, such as Altar Sieges, a new instance, and more.
Of course, patch notes are now available for those interested in reading more about what today's changes bring -- or take away.
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