Ragnarok Online 2 Gets A Second Server With 200% EXP Until Mid-November

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Ragnarok Online 2 recently saw a new server open in North America, Europe, Oceania and Philippines. Titled, “Freyja,” it serves as the game’s second major server, and uses the same game build as the Odin server.

 

Account transfers and/or mergers between Odin and Freyja aren’t possible, so if you choose to begin playing on the new server, you’ll start over from scratch. In celebration of the second server’s opening, players on Freyja will receive 200% EXP until November 17th, 2014.

 

Players that achieve level 50 on the new server by December 1st will earn a “Founder” Title. These Titles will be distributed once a week until the end date.


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