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Mabinogi Treks Into Next Generation

Posted Mon, May 19, 2008 by Ram

Nexon America extends the fantasy life with latest update.

Massive update for Mabinogi's mysterious world, which features the new town Emain Macha and much more.

Los Angeles, CA - May 19, 2008 - Nexon America Inc. delivers the latest episode to the epic storyline of Mabinogi with Generation 2: Paladin. The evolution of Mabinogi continues with this massive update, which features the new town of Emain Macha, as well as the opportunity to further discover the game's mysterious world and history through new quests, dungeons and monsters. These fresh additions only augment Mabinogi's current immense offering of game play choices.

Players will learn new skills, such as the fire ball spell, and acquire new weapons, including the mace and leather long bow, to use in the new dungeons. The update also extends the game's overarching storyline, enabling players to obtain new Paladin abilities. This Paladin skill gives players enhanced power and come to fruition in the mainstream storyline, which requires players to emerge as Paladin, the Knight of Light, to battle an invading evil force.

With an engrossing narrative, myriad of game play options and unique art style, it's no wonder players are charmed by Nexon's latest game. Mabinogi's distinct combination of learning magic, cooking, shearing sheep and composing music has struck a chord with players. And it's strategic, real-time combat system continues to provide a breath of fresh air for those who wish to leave the daily grind behind.

For more, please visit Mabinogi.

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