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The White Knight Chronicle – New Quests for April 15th

Submitted by on Thursday, 15 April 2010No Comment

WKC Week 4 e1271352039844 The White Knight Chronicle   New Quests for April 15thThis week in White Knight Chronicles two new quests have unlocked in the Balastor Plains. Trees are attacking lumberjacks and you must put an end to the madness!

Last week Greaver Hunt I & II were added as temporary quests in The Van Haven Waste. These two missions will only be around until April 22nd so make sure you play them before it’s too late.

As always, you don’t need to download any update to activate the new quests. All you need to do is start White Knight Chronicles while logged into the PSN and everything will unlock automatically.

On April 15th the following quests have been added to the world map:

Balastor Plain

  • Lumber Support – Guild Rank 7 – Suggested Level: 36+
  • Lumber Support II – Guild Rank 10 – Suggested Level: 50+

We hope you enjoy killing trees because that’s what these quests are all about. Treants are going on a rampage preventing lumberjacks from harvesting wood. You have been contracted to eliminate the threat. You only need to take out three Treants but you’ll soon realize that there are a bunch of Vespids everywhere. Make sure you have a mage to heal because it’s very easy to get overwhelmed by the killer flies.

That’s it! The White Knight Chronicle will return next week once the next batch of quests have been added. Until then, see you online.

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