Elsword’s New Sander Secret Dungeon Challenges You To Defeat A Behemoth

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The newly launched Sander Secret Dungeon in Elsword will take you back in time where you’ll fight a nightmarish Behemoth that possesses colossal power. It doesn’t help that it’s really angry, either.


The background to this new dungeon goes like this:


Years ago, the means of all life and power in the Sander Desert had become unstable and capsized due to a reckless experiment brought about by the curiosity of Alchemist Vapor. Due to the destruction of the Wind El by Vapor, the very fabric of space and time in Elrios had been rattled… with this foolhardy twist of fate, a surge of power erupted from the sundered Wind El tearing Elsword and crew from current day Elrios, back in time to the most preeminent battle of Sander’s war-ravaged history. A war that was fought between every tribe of the vast Sander Desert, and at the bloody pinnacle, entered the seething rancor of hell’s very own Behemoth.


The Behemoth mentioned there is using the tribal wars as a distraction while it brings about the demonic blight. Sneaky thing. So it’s up to you and your crew to stop it lest it destroys the world – you know, the usual.


But that’s not all, as developer KOG Games has also updated the rest of Elsword’s Secret Dungeons with this latest update. They now have fewer levels and a uniform difficulty and those at lower levels will be able to get loot to help them along. Plus, if you’re level 59 or below you’ll get the chance the participate in Secret Dungeon-themed events.


Finally, there are some changes to the rewards in Secret Dungeons: “Bethbites are getting replaced by region-specific stones such as the Sander Stone, Hamel Stone, Velder Stone, etc. In addition, region-specific Coins, updated crafting materials, and exclusive equipment drops will be introduced.”

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Chris Priestman
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