Promotion: Trail of Legends

Asterius has stumbled upon a smuggler’s map that should lead to an important artifact, a “small glyph of Aeli”. But the map is inaccurate, and the historian needs your adepts’ help to check one of the routes.

From March 8 to March 22, help Asterius search for the glyphs to receive a new divine weapon, costumes, and a great number of Victor’s Medals! To take part in the Trail of Legends event, open the special interface by pressing the 9 key.

First Circle Rewards


Second Circle Rewards


To accelerate missions, use Intelligence Data or Argents. Intelligence Data can be obtained in PvE adventures: from 1 item for victory over the last boss in Squad adventures. Killing bosses in group adventures brings more Data. The reward size depends on the character’s and adventure’s current rank. The amount of Intelligence Data you can obtain is not limited. Once you have accumulated 3,000 Intelligence Data, the chance of getting it will be reduced, and you will receive a smaller amount.

You can purchase an Intelligence Data Extractor in the Resources section of the Market. It increases the amount of Intelligence Data received for killing the boss in a PvE adventure.

Divine weapon: Asterius’s Glyph

When you deal enough damage, you gain a divine weapon. Asterius’s Glyph has 200 charges and 3 abilities:

  • Omen: sets off a wave that spreads quickly. Enemies in the way take damage and have Mark of Doom applied to them that lasts 10 seconds. Mark of Doom slows enemies down, making them 10%/20%/30% more vulnerable to damage from any divine weapon. The more effects they have, the greater the damage. Each Mark of Doom applied to the enemy gives you a chance of receiving resources for upgrading equipment or an increased amount of Knowledge of Enemies. Consumes 20 charges.

  • Divine Punishment: fires at enemies in front of the character, dealing damage. Targets with Mark of Doom are attacked first. While this ability is active, the character’s movement speed is reduced. Consumes 30 charges.

  • Preacher: consumes the remaining charges, throwing the glyph at the target or in a straight line. The glyph deals damage to enemies in the way and knocks them down. When it reaches the target, the glyph explodes, applying a negative effect to them that deals damage over time. If the target is affected by Mark of Doom, critical chance against them will be increased by 15% for the next 10 seconds.

The weapon deals twice as much damage to monsters as to immortals.

The Chronicles of Aelion are Asterius’s magnum opus. This work encompasses the description of all events the historian witnessed himself or heard about from his contemporaries, but the part dedicated to the past - especially the times of Aeli - contains a lot of empty pages.

This is unsurprising. There are few living eyewitnesses to that period, and the Dark Times destroyed a lot of historical documents that might have helped restore the memory of it. Fortunately, there are things known as “Aeli’s glyphs”. Asterius is certain that the artifacts created by the great God himself will one day tell him everything.

The historian thought there were six of them, but he was wrong. The new theory proposes that Aeli created a great many artifacts of this kind for all sorts of purposes. The so-called “Great glyphs” were discovered at Isola Digs, and they contained the legacy of the Great god and his code of life. “Small” glyphs have been found in various parts of Aelion, and their exact number is unknown.

Recently the historian has come across a tattered smuggler’s map, and if he understands the symbols correctly, it should lead to one of the small glyphs. This opportunity cannot go to waste! But Asterius has not been able to figure out the starting point of the route. He has a few theories, so he asks your adepts to check them all.