You Can Now Fight Through The Hellish Final Dungeons Of Lanox In Elsword

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KOG Games has launched the final chapter of the Lanox adventure in its manga-inspired MMORPG Elsword.


Two new dungeons have been added to conclude your stay in Lanox and are said to house some of the toughest challenges you’ll face yet. That includes another chance to face off against Ignia. That’s the El Fire Priestess who betrayed you can consequently threw you into the Lanox furnace.


First, there’s the “Collapsing Temple of Fire,” which is described as follows:


Ignia has deceived the El Search Party, and now they are after her. But first, the adventurers must make it through the Temple of Fire quickly before it collapses. How much of a challenge would that be when a beast like Ifritan stands in your way?


The second dungeon is the “Grand Cavern: Chasm of the Divided Land,” which goes like this: 


Ignia’s trickery pales in comparison to the terrifying tactics of the ultimate villain awaiting Elsword and his crew. Just after being reunited, Elesis and Elsword were attacked. After years of searching, the Demon General Scar has reared his ugly head, and squares off on the weary heroes.  The time and place to stop the dawn of evil in its tracks is here and now!


There are also new Fields to check out. But while the Volcanic Blade Canyon and Distant Ruins are slightly calmer than Lanox’s typically sweltering dungeons it is said that they are not completely devoid of wickedness.


Finally, starting from September 9th, if you play Elsword every day for the next two weeks to collect all of Pesop’s Emotion Paper Bags you’ll receive 300 K-Ching, event loot, and other rewards. You can find out more about it over here.

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Former Siliconera staff writer and fan of both games made in Japan and indie games.