TERA Offers Players The Chance To Spend Money This Christmas

Jason Winter
By Jason Winter, News Editor December 18, 2019
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Santa Claus is typically depicted as being, shall we say, plump. As a result, he probably has a, to put it mildly, generous posterior.

So if En Masse Entertainment wants you to hunt down fake Santas in TERA, does that mean you're going after a different brand of "Big Ass Monsters"? Maybe, but we'd be more inclined to just call the game's holiday event "Ass."

From now until Dec. 31, if you spot a false Santa in the world, you can hunt it down for the chance to receive a Locked Toy Box, which contains three Wintera tokens -- used to purchase items from a special holiday vendor -- as well as other random items. You'll need a key to open the Locked Toy Box, and you receive one per day. If you want more, you'll have to buy them from the cash shop.

So, let's re-iterate: You can participate in an activity that has a chance of dropping a loot box, most of which you'll need to pay money to open. In other words, if you play TERA, you might be granted the opportunity to spend money, if you're "lucky." Fun!

For more on this "event," and the times you might be so fortunate as to chance across something that may drop something you might want but you'll only know if you spend money on it, visit the TERA site.

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About the Author

Jason Winter
Jason Winter, News Editor
Jason Winter is a veteran gaming journalist, he brings a wide range of experience to MMOBomb, including two years with Beckett Media where he served as the editor of the leading gaming magazine Massive Online Gamer. He has also written professionally for several gaming websites.

Discussion (7)

Chrissy 2 years ago
Used to support them, now, really don't like them at all. Only a company that actually streams themselves calling their loyal players "spoiled" could have a forum full of ex-devotees that are now devoted to laughing at their horribly greedy choices. Now, they simply tell players dumping cash upon them with concerns to "take it to the forums," so their naive, unpaid assistant can deal with all of the anger and resentment.

Someone 2 years ago
EME used to be well liked, and I liked them too. But after Kritika, which was a complete mess under them, my opinion of them changed. Now people look at the games they launch, and wonder when it will get dropped, as most of the games they've released, have since been dropped, with some not really lasting too long.

ChrismasForCash 2 years ago
10/10 enmasse keep dropping that player base =D all other games give stuff away you sell it you and dauntless alone shall show the other devs the right way

Ciel 2 years ago
this is why enmasse disgusts me lmao YOU GUYS HAVE A CHANCE TO SPEND MONEY ON CHRISTMAS! XD

Kendah 2 years ago
The title made me laugh, thanks. :)

Arkanpher 2 years ago
As if during non-holiday period Tera doesn't allow players spend money and gives everything for free. XD

memme 2 years ago
Hahaha gotta love it


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