A new set of events for Autumn have arrived in AFK Arena!
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Free Elite copy of either Flora, Lyca, Gwyneth, Skriath, or Baden.
Talene & Faction Emblems can be purchased with currency.
Battle of Blood is a fun, unique and very F2P friendly mode. It’s a great way to test out heroes with +30 SI & 3/3 Mythic Furniture.
Event lasts for 12 days, with 2 additional days on top of that to exchange Beastly Pendants for rewards.
Beastly Pendants can be obtained from the Login rewards, Daily Quests & Battle of Blood.
Daily Quests: 10 per day
Battle of Blood: 30 per day
Login Event: 70 in total
550 can be obtained for free.
This is enough for a free Talene + 20 Faction Emblems or 140 Faction Emblems.
Easy Autumns Event
This is a login event. You simply login each day and collect the loot.
There’s 8 days of rewards.
|10x Small Pile of Hero's Essence
|20x Beast Pendant
|10x Small Pile of Hero Experience
|20x Beast Pendant
|10x Large Crate of Gold
|30x Beastly Pendant
|Choice of Elite Gywneth, Skriath, Lyca, Flora or Baden
Battle of Blood Event
This event is extremely F2P friendly as it’s 100% on an even playing field.
Every hero is the same for every player, this includes:
- Scaled to level 300.
- +30 Signature Item
- 3/9 Mythic Furniture
- Mythic gear, unenhanced and no faction bonus on them.
- Elder Tree, Dura’s Virtues & Artifacts are disabled.
How It Works
It’s a bit like an actual card game. You get to choose 5 random unique heroes from a pool of 10.
There’s 3 stages of the preparation:
Stage 1: Choose 2 heroes.
Stage 2: Choose another 2 Heroes
Stage 3: Choose one final hero.
These heroes will then fight the opponents chosen team in a normal battle.
Beastly Pendants can obtained by winning a match, but only 3 times a day.
There’s a leaderboard, but it mostly seems just for bragging rights. Players with higher campaign progress will start with more points.
You can either fight in ranked mode for points and Beastly Pendants, or against guildmates and friends for no rewards.
Battle of Blood Tier List
Here’s a tier list for the event by Whitesushii!
Players may exchange Beastly Pendants for rewards up until the event ends (14 days).
Players can acquire lots of Beastly Pendants from the Battle of Blood event, Daily Quest Chests and the Easy Autumns event.
Players must possess at least 1 Mythic hero in order to be able to redeem items for activating or enhancing Signature Items.
Event items may be exchanged for Twisted Essence at the Elder Tree, which can be used to strengthen heroes after completing Stage 12-40.
Players may exchange Poe Coins in this event after unlocking the Oak Inn feature.
Once a player has completed Stage 16-40 they may exchange Reset Scrolls in this event. Reset Scrolls can be used to reset the factional bonuses of Mythic tier or higher gear.
Excess Beastly Pendant will be recalled for 30k Gold Coins per pendant once the event has concluded.
Here’s a great infographic by Whitesushii that covers all the main details of the event.
And here’s another great infographic by Arty & Alpattex that focuses solely on the Battle of Blood.
Warrior’s Glory Lore
New and novel gladiatorial events are seemingly popping up throughout Esperia. Naturally, with the new combative events growing ever popular, the denizens of the realm flock to the arenas in droves.
Some choose to step bravely into the arena as combatants, seeking to test their mettle against worthy adversaries, while others choose to stand meekly on the sidelines merely as curious spectators.
With such a great following, the gladiatorial events have given rise to a new type of black market, a market that allows only the victors to reap its benefits. With the spoils of combat in-hand, the winners choose to trade in their glory for expensive and highly sought after commodities.
Battle of Blood Lore
The Battle of Blood is a Mauler event with a considerably long history.
The tough and resilient ancestors of the Maulers had to find a place to settle in the Scorched Expanse after long, arduous migrations. The natural environment of the desert was perfect for honing their senses and steeling them to the elements. Through this, they learned how to abide by survival of the fittest.
They promote and advocate those who are strong, and use of force. It was here that the origins of the event took root, borne of the bloodshed and primeval culture. In ancient arena battles, the old and frail fall, and the strong and victorious are surrounded by rapturous cheers.
In recent times, with the Maulers in greater contact with other peoples, this historical practice born from their culture has expanded beyond their barbaric borders and become a part of wider cultural practice throughout Esperia.