dragon nest

Today, Eyedentity Games announced a new Dragon Nest update featuring the Black Mara, a new spin-off class for the Sorceress. The Black Mara uses dark powers she gained from signing a contract with darkness. It allows her to transform and boosts her attack, power, and range. She has the ability to collect energy for a powerful attack and can even summon objects that respond to her attacks.

Interestingly, players will only be able to create Mara for a limited time. Once the next content patch update hits, she’ll no longer be available.

For the launch of the new class, Eyedentity is holding a strengthening event offering a baralika weapon, a shard of will, a noble light weapon coupon, and Varanak’s crest as rewards. As an added bonus, 20 randomly chosen players will recieve the Krasus Pink Costume set.

Full details on Black Mara can be found on the Dragon Nest site.

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  1. Zan on May 30, 2017

    Game is alive very good how can some one say is dead

    • Explorer on May 30, 2017

      True ! A lot unknown stranger are miss using that word dead just like Pay To Win.

  2. Again on May 29, 2017

    Dead game

  3. furry fury on May 27, 2017

    Not going to be a feminist but isn’t there too many women classes already?

    • ajtdsfasd on May 28, 2017

      Well that makes no sense lol. If you are a feminist, you think both genders are equal. So if you you think there’s in-equality between the genders and that they should fix it – you would have feminist opinions.
      So many people have this obscure image of what feminism is – just do yourself a favor and google it.

      • Aazog on May 28, 2017

        Sorry man, but what they do and say and what the definitions is, are so different that they are overshadowing their definition.

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