Halloween Was So Yesterday, Time for the Next Holiday in Blade & Soul
It's time to celebrate harvests with your allies in Blade & Soul. Starting November 7, players will be able to take part in the annual Golden Harvest Festival Event. During the event -- which will run until December 5 -- players will be able to complete daily challenges that will reward them with Golden Harvest Crates.
In order to open the crates, specific items from Mushin's Tower, Outlaw Island, or the Circle of Sunder will be needed. Which location the crates are opened in determines what reward players will receive.
During the event, players will also collect crafting materials used to make chests filled with all kinds of treats. A full list of rewards and treats are available on the Blade & Soul site.
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