Elyon players who have been waiting patiently for server merges to happen are about to be rewarded. As of today, Kakao Games is preparing server merges for both Europe and North America, in which they will consolidate all servers in each region into one. The two consolidated servers will be Andromeda in Europe and Cassiopeia in North America. If any of you are wondering why this wasn’t done sooner, it's because Kakao was wanting to be sure it would go smoothly and not have a negative effect on players’ game data.
As of now, the plan is to do the merges sometime in February. That could change, however, so an official date has not been provided as of yet. We do have information on what will happen leading up to that point. Specifically, Kakao will restrict account creation on three severs on January 5 – Sagittarius and Perseus in Europe and Eridanus in North America. To be fair, if you’re planning on creating new accounts as of this announcement, it’ll probably save you some headache to just avoid creating characters on those servers starting today. If you already have characters on any of the listed servers, you’ll still be able to access them normally until the mergers take place.
As a bit of a thank you, and to acknowledge that some of this may inconvenience players somewhat, Kakao is offering a “token of gratitude” to players on the restricted servers. This consists of a 30-day Star’s Blessing and a 30-day Wilter’s Brush. These will be delivered on January 5.
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