Tree of Savior is getting ready for the holidays -- and it's starting with its Thanksgiving celebration, the Harvest Festival. This event will run from November 15 to December 6. As one might expect from an event called the Harvest Festival, players will be able to plant seeds and "harvest" a prize. That is, of course, if they don't just opt to use them to receive a buff instead.
It should be noted that in order to participate in the event, players need a character with a level of at least 50. Another -- somewhat -- important thing to keep in mind is that once you plant seeds, the prizes can be harvested by anyone. So, do everything you can to keep your prizes safe... the developers will not be replacing your prize if someone else gets to it first.
In addition to the Harvest Festival announcement, the ToS devs have also posted another Q&A session. Of highest note among the three questions answered is the answer to the question about the 48 hour trade restriction. Unfortunately, the devs state that it would be difficult to remove the restriction as it is in place to prevent RMT and other "criminal acts." The full Q&A is available on the game's site.
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