Eat! Drink! Cook! Enjoy Rootstock!
The "Autumn Festival" in TERA has finally begun! It consists of two events: the Pond Festival and the Rutstock.Any character from level 29 can take part in it. To do this, you need to fly to Chebika (either teleport through the NPC popori on the magic carpet in Allemantea, Velika, Kayator, Upper Watch; or through the Vanguard - Solo: Lack of Carotels), run to the Free Land to the fair, talk to Melsa.
During the Rootstock festival, the following tasks will be available to you:
"The Way to the Fair". All players who have reached level 28 will automatically receive this task.
"Back to the roots"
"Working on the farmer's manual"
"On the farm"
All these tasks are available for completion only 1 time and open access to the following daily assignments:
"Food delivery" — it is necessary to collect the ingredients from which you want to prepare a special dish.
"Powerful Punch" is a mini—game during which it is necessary to push the ball for one minute with the help of a special skill.
"Sheep grazing" — it is necessary to escort a couple of sheep from a neighboring clearing to the shepherd.
"Ranch manager" — it is necessary to kill 5 hyenas.
"Pig Racing" is a mini-game during which you need to collect piglets while they chase you.
For completing these tasks, you can get: Gold; experience; ingredients for dishes; Gold tokens for betting on the Festival Arena.
During the Pond Festival, the following tasks will be available to you:
"Life in the Pond". All players who have reached level 18 will automatically receive this task.
"Fairies are getting closer"
"Lilies and drums"
"Hide and Seek"
After their execution, the following daily errands open:
"Kill dragons" — killing monsters, you need to get the ingredients and cook a special dish from them.
"Beautiful flowers" — it is necessary to collect 5 lilies from the pond.
"There is no end to the fight" — you need to get some skin of frogs living nearby.
"Beat the Drum" is a mini—game during which you have to scare away frogs by hitting the drums.
The festival will run until October 30