Enjoy The Hunt: Defeat Nurka In Lineage II: Aden’s New Event

Only the strong will survive this hunt.

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By Aspen Pash, News Editor June 8, 2022
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Beginning today during the start of maintenance and lasting through June 29, players will be able to enter the Bandits Wildlife hunting zone to participate in Lineage ll: Aden’s upcoming event. Players will be able to enter the event once per day which will reset daily at 6:20 server time.

To start the event, players will need to speak to Koldrat in Aden’s Castle Village who will then transport players to the event location. To participate, players must be in a guild Level 3 or higher and be accompanied by a minimum of 15 and a maximum of 40 clan mates. A player’s guild master will become the group leader. Once players arrive they will need to seek out Team Leader Randre who can provide them with the Grandmaster's Transcendental Blessing Buff which should help players prepare for the hunt.

In this event, players will need to defeat all of the subordinate monsters in the zone and can find between 10 and 30 Clan Treasure Chests. Defeating them will award a large amount of EXP and SP. Whoever lands the final hit on a Treasure Chest will also earn 10 Clan EXP.

After all subordinates have been slayed, Nurka will spawn. Once defeated, Nurka has a chance of dropping a Blood Crystal, which is used to learn Clan Skills. Once he has been defeated, this will also trigger the completion of the event mission: Bandit Stronghold Investigation.

In addition, once Nurka has been defeated, 1 to 3 Soul Boxes will spawn and crafting points can be obtained by defeating them. Players will only have five minutes to defeat them though, so hurry before the hunting zone ends.

Finally, please remember that at the conclusion of the event on June 29 during maintenance, all Red Arc (Time-limited) will be removed. Until then however, enjoy the hunt.

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