||The Princess' Mysterious Mother
-- 8:20 PM EST
There seems to be having a lot of controversy going on about the origin of Princess Sutsang of Nagnang and her legitimacy as nangen royal. Citizens of Nagnang kingdom have been posting their concerns about the origins of the Princess on the Chronicles of the Winds.
The discussion reemerged recently during the extended absence of King ChaeRi, in which Princess Sutsang started hosting the biweekly Nagnang clan tribunals. While ChaeRi is known to be her father, the identity of her mother was never revealed.
Since her father ChaeRi refuses to reveal who her mother is or was, a lot speculation has been populating people's minds and generating much space for rumors. The main ones circulating are that Sutsang seems to be daughter of Loxie, the Minister of Koguryo with whom ChaeRi supposedly had an affair while still Prince of Nagnang. Another strong suspicious is that she can be daughter of Malady, the sister of Blight who seems to be lurking in the shadows of the kingdom and who people claim to have been secretly in contact with some of The Forsaken Clan members.
Last but not least, one of the most believed rumors is that Sutsang may actually be daughter of Providence, the mysterious deity who introduced her to the community. This is corroborated by the fact that Sutsang arrived already as toddler and was not seen as a baby, just like community saw Princes Daeso, MingJung and Mobon. While then, Koguryo throne twin-heirs have clear and estabilished birth origins as sons of King M'hul and Queen Yun, Prince Daeso of Buya also has a clear origin as son of Queen Lasahn and late King Geumwa, who's poisoning death was never solved.
The lack of clear origins on the Princess Sutsang's story is making Nagnang political scenario once again unstable and recently the Primogen of Forsaken clan has announced jointly with Viper's Primogen that they'll not be subservient to Princess Sutsang and even accused her and perhaps even ChaeRi of being part of a fraudulent bloodline. Although King ChaeRi is back from his foreign diplomatic affairs, he arrives back home finding that the followers of Blight demanding answers.
~Hyul 87, Moon 8~
||Server reset introduces Ee Culture Coupons
-- 11:20 PM EST
Today's reset introduced a temporarily benefit for Il san characters: the option to obtain an Ee craft mastery coupon that shall help anyone Il san get a boost in attaining the culture trial of Ee san's quest.
To obtain this coupon one must be Il san and collect the following items:
Malgal insignia (50)
Crafted dk amber (20)
Ginko wood (20)
Once you have the items head to any of the three Wandering Spirits in Malgalod battlefield. The fastest one to reach is the North one, near the Buya's camp in the field.
Once you reach her and make sure you're clear from any malgal soldiers trying to attack you, tap on her shoulder (click) and see the list of options there. The one you should be looking for is the second from bottom called "EE crafting mastery coupon".
Pay attention to the requirements:
To obtain this coupon which is temporarily available all you need is to be Il san.
To use the coupon you obtained you need to be expert in any manufacturing skill such as Carpenter, Jeweler, Smith or Tailor. This shall help you pass the "Second Trial of Culture".
This wasn't the only update that came with the reset, here is a copy of the Reset notes that are available in Dream Weaver's board.
|BOARD TITLE: Dream Weaver|
FROM: NexusTK DATE: 4/27
SUBJECT: Server Reset - Apr. 27th, 2017
- Easter egg hunt ends
- EE crafting mastery coupon temporarily available (Requirement slightly changed)
- Wony's little modulator for Pre 99ers > L29, when completing an MQ / 24hrs
- Minor bug fixes
Keep in mind to pass the culture trial for Ee san becoming a master in a manufacturing skill is NOT the only way to pass the Trial. The main and fastest way is by winning a first, second or two honorable mentions in either Story Contests or Poetry Revels contests, which are held weekly on bulletin boards.
~Hyul 87, Moon 7~
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