Okay, guys, we have more Halloween stuff for you. This time, Webzen announced the launch of its annual event. Beginning today, and running until November 12th, the event will run on the Webzen game portal, providing players who go to the site and "knock on the door" of the haunted house with candy that can be traded for special rewards in their game of choice. This includes MU Online, C9, Flyff, and Rappelz.
In addition to the candy giveaway, some of the above games will also feature their own special events. Flyff is currently suffering a zombie invasion that will last until November 18. During that time, players willing to hunt them will be rewarded. In Rappelz, players can take part in special Halloween dungeons and EXP events during the Necromancer Uprising. As for MU Online, the dev team will be posting an in-game Halloween party event.
If all that's not enough, Webzen also provided us with keys for a Halloween pack containing all kinds of special items for its games. Those interested can pick up their key here.
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