TERA Offers a Free High Level Character to Players

Posted Fri, Sep 20, 2013 by Martuk

If you’re looking to try out TERA for the first time or just get that second character to max level quickly this weekend is your chance. En Masse Entertainment is holding a TERA Level Up Test event, which will provide players both new and old a chance to get a free level 58 character of their choice.

All you need to do is make sure to log into a new or existing account prior to September 22nd and create a character with a name ending in .Levelup (example: Martuk.Levelup). You can change the name later with a free name token so don't worry.

On Monday, September 23rd, En Masse Entertainment will run a script to boost qualifying characters to level 58. And by qualifying I do mean that there are a few restrictions, one of which is only one level 58 character per household/account. If all goes as planned, it should be completed within 24 hours. Once the script runs, approved players will be provided with the following.

- Level 58
- 1 Name change voucher (non-tradable)
- 1 beginner mount.
- T11 soulbound gear for all classes (feel free to use the extra as fodder)
- All items will be sent to parcel
- All story quests (available, but incomplete)

You can get all the pertinent details for claiming your level 58 character on the TERA forums.

Source: TERA Level Up Event


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