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Warhammer Online - September 2009 Newsletter Out Now

Posted Wed, Sep 30, 2009 by Medawky

Newsletter month continues today with Warhammer Online. The September installment is now available and spotlights the upcoming Daemon Moon Rising event.

Here is an excerpt:

The Daemon Moon Rises in the Age of Reckoning

The daemonball Rally Public Quest
In the war-torn lands of the Old World, festering like a boil, rests a terrible artifact of the Daemon Moon's first rising in long-ago times. Built of the very stuff of chaos and the essence of nightmares, the Daemon Cradle lies waiting to be awakened, empowered, and brought to bear against the living. Seize the Daemon Cradle and carry it to its nest five times to best your enemies in this new Public Quest!

Daemon Mask Event Quest!
In Daemon Moon Rising, a fiendish sub-cult of Chaos artificers have summoned savage daemons and bound them into innocuous carnival masks, then smuggled them into the Empire–there to corrupt and possess the hapless fools who wore them! But the masks also found their way into the hands of Dark Elves, the greenskins, and the Chaos tribesmen. Now any farmer, any shopkeeper, any guardsman in either Altdorf or The Inevitable City could turn daemonically violent, literally, at a moment's notice!

The newsletter also highlights the upcoming Mac client release day of Oct. 28th as well as an appearance by the WAR  team at the GameX convention in Philadelphia later this month.

You can read the entire newsletter here
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