Black Desert Online Turns On Growth Of A Kamasylve Tree Event

Black Desert Online Turns On Growth Of A Kamasylve Tree Event

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Black Desert Online Turns On Growth Of A Kamasylve Tree Event

Yesterday’s maintenance on Black Desert Online introduced more than just the usual updates and fixes. Besides tweaks to classes, quests and items, the game also turned on an event for players to participate in.

The Growth of a Kamasylve Tree event is now live, and players can earn a bunch of goodies by taking part. During the event, players must complete a series of daily quests that will help the tree grow. Everyone regardless of level, skill and class can contribute for it to count.

There’s also a secondary quest chain that you can pick up daily. Each day, participants may complete two quests to receive one Gift of a Spirit reward box. The reward box will contain helpful items such as crafting materials, a ring, sealed weapon caches and more. It’s a pretty decent way to gear up lowbie characters and alts if you’re wondering.

As for the tree, each server will track the individual growth of their Kamasylvia Tree up to five stages. Once the fifth stage is reached, players can no longer turn in the daily quests. However, you can still look around and contribute to another tree in an earlier growth stage.

This sounds like a pretty cool event that may have players running around for server pride as well as gear collection. Will you be taking part?

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