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LEGO Universe Launches New Crux Prime Zone

Posted Wed, Feb 09, 2011 by Martuk

LEGO fans have a new zone to explore this week with the official launch of the Crux Prime zone, bringing with it new storyline and adventure for the Ninjago. The Ninjago toy line launched for LEGO last month and this month LEGO Universe has served up a brand new zone that begins the Ninjago storyline, which will continue to unfold throughout the year. Players can seek out Sensei Wu within the Ninjago Monastery Ruins on Crux Prime to learn the secret art of Spinjitzu and learn more about the Ninjago story and for the first time take advantage of multiplayer team functions.

The LEGO Group is calling on LEGO Universe fans to fly to Crux Prime, and join in an epic battle to protect the very core of Imagination! By popular demand from the game community, players can take advantage of multiplayer team functionality for the very first time in Crux Prime. Assemble teams of up to four friends, then gear up and clash with powerful Maelstrom enemies on the battlefield. Only your efforts will prevent the sea of Maelstrom from overwhelming Nexus Tower and the Imagination Nexus which it protects!

Check out the official press release for more details.

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