Posted by : Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Tokyo, Japan – 26 September 2012 – Appirits, the Japanese developer of Einherjar – The Viking’s Blood, a turn-based web game with Manga style, has just announced another new in-game event to boost raiding activities of players from 26 September to 3 October 2012 (SGT or GMT+8).

During the event period, players will gain more experience when raiding other players successfully. Moreover, if they are in a guild, they can earn more tribute points for their guild via winning in raids. So players should make use of this event to strengthen their guild.

According to Appirits, it will be a mistake if they encourage players to raid more without giving a way to protect their territory from this harsh raid time. Therefore, the Power required to use the “Protect from raid” function will be cut off by up to 50%.

Raiding is an important factor to help players earn valuable items and raise their notoriety at the same time. The more they raid, the easier they will be the target of other players. But a true Viking must sustain all of that to rule the world of Einherjar.

About Einherjar: Einherjar – The Viking’s Blood ( is a browser-based game combining smooth turn-based tactic and RPG elements that let players start as Viking leaders and strengthen their Viking clans. Players must train their armies through numerous battles and master tactics for each type of map to subjugate their opponents and forge a vast Viking empire!
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About Appirits:
Appirits (formerly known as KBMJ) is a corporation specialized in developing Internet systems and services. Appirits has participated in the web game market since 2010 and is creating many new games with nearly 11 years of experience in the web industry.
Tel: +81-3-6696-1207

Contact info: Jimmy Tran
Appirits Games Marketing Division, Appirits Inc.

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