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Posted on 2020-08-21 14:57:14 | Show thread starter's posts only

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Aug 21, 2020





Free Lunch (Sunday, Aug 23rd)

LINK: http://vc.igg.com/event/freelunch/

Event Duration
6:00a.m. - 9:00p.m. EST (GMT-5), August 23rd

Event Content
During the event, if players are online for a total of  1 hour in a day, then they will each obtain  Serpent Stone Fragment *20  TPC*100,000  and  Garnet Fragment*350

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Double Drop Event (Aug 21st - Aug 23rd)

LINK: http://vc.igg.com/news/newscon.php?aid=10676

Dear Captain:

       We will release The Benevolent Voyager (14.3 -46.4, Athens Port)-simply fork out 1,000,000 Gold for a Double Drop Rate Card from the NPC!

Event Duration: 05:00 am  August 21 to  11:59 pm August 23 EST(GMT-5)

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Time is money (Sunday, Aug 23rd)

LINK: http://vc.igg.com/news/newscon.php?aid=10678

All players will enjoy 4x profits from business trip during the event time.

Event Time:
12:02am - 12:40am Aug 23rd
6:02pm - 6:40pm Aug 23rd (GMT-5)

Note: When the event starts and ends, there should be announcements.

IGG reserves the final interpretation and right of the event.

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Posted on 2020-08-21 15:01:50 | Show thread starter's posts only

World Heritage Site
Nemrut Dag, Turkey
five giant limestone statues, created by King Antiochos I of Commagene during the late Hellenistic period as a monument to himself.



World Heritage Site
Hattusha, Turkey
If you want to see a rare example of Hittite culture, then head to Hattusha in the Northern Central Anatolian mountain region, which was once the capital of the Hittite empire. Bordered by a forest, the ruins of Kayali Bogaz and the rock sanctuary of Yazilikaya, this archeological site is famous for the ornate designs of the Lions’ Gate and the Royal Gate, its 4,000-year-old walls and various examples of rock art.


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