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  Guardians of the Sky Arrives for TERA PC with Aerial Content and Limited Time Loot
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SEATTLE, August 14, 2018 — En Masse Entertainment, a player-driven publisher focused on delivering great games and great service, today launched the Guardians of the Sky update for their flagship True Action Combat MMO on PC, TERA. August’s monthly update soars to new heights with the introduction of a new type of open world Guardian Legion missions taking players to the skies to defend the communities much loved sky whales and repel invading alien forces. The update also re-introduces the Demon’s Wheel dungeon as a temporary event, with a chance for players to earn special rewards each week and some ultra-rare, limited quantity drops for lucky groups favored by the diabolical Demoros.

For the first time in TERA, players will be able to fight in the skies above Arborea! Two new Guardian Legion missions give players a new perspective on the games True Action Combat. In Rhapsody of Wind and Fire players aerial acrobatics will be on display as they collect energy orbs to help clear the path for and defend the games peaceful sky whales from desert wraiths. Players will also test their mettle against alien forces, blowing attack drones out of the sky until they ultimately confront the mothership for the final showdown. New dragon mounts are available in the TERA Store for players wanting to bring a more menacing ally to these high-flying battles!

Starting on Thursday August 16, TERA’s Demon’s Wheel dungeon is back open for business. Open each week from Thursday through Tuesday, and ending Tuesday, September 11, players can revisit the dungeon for a chance to earn special bonus loot each week including dungeon currency, masks with stats, and a variety of temporary cosmetic items. A select number of very lucky parties will get a chance to earn some hyper-rare loot that can only drop a limited number of times across the game. These cosmetic drops will grant permanent version of select mounts and footstep animations to all members of the group, while five extremely lucky players will earn the rarest reward – the azure phoenix flying mount.

August has much more going on for the TERA community than the Guardians of the Sky update. Coinciding with the monthly leveling event for the priest class, rewarding bonuses for players leveling old priest or newly created priests, players can enter a priest-themed loading screen art contest, submit priest-centric game guides, and engage in more creative efforts for rewards and recognition. For a full list of community and in-game events taking place in August, visit the August event news post here:

For more details on the Phantom’s Keep update coming to TERA PC, visit the promo page on the TERA site here:

For more details on the Demon’s Wheel event dungeon and the fabulous rewards player can earn, visit the official news post here:

For more information on TERA, visit the games website and keep an eye on the official Twitter and Facebook pages.

About En Masse Entertainment

Based in Seattle, Washington, En Masse Entertainment embodies the evolution of modern game publishing. The company’s mission is to publish great games and provide great service. Beginning with its inaugural title, TERA, and continuing with Kritika Online and Closers, En Masse Entertainment has built a track record of excellence and innovation. The team at En Masse includes experts in online technology, live service, branding, community, and player support, allowing them to thrive as a publisher in the digital era. For more information, visit