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Posted on 2020-11-27 05:31:34 | Show thread starter's posts only

Death of Yamato King - new patch introduction
After maintenance (Tuesday November 24), all servers will receive  3X EXP and 1.5x drop rate  from the moment the server are up till Monday, 11:59pm Nov  30th.


EVENT TIME:Nov 24th - Dec 24th(GMT-5)

Choose one of the prize to claim.

Prize can only be claimed once on each account

Prize A: Blood Rose Fragment*2000

Prize B: Modification Stone*400,General Manual*2400

Prize C: Serpent Stone Fragment*300,Garnet Fragment*2500

IGG reserves the right to final interpretation of the event rules and rewards.

go to the page: > log in and claim your prize.


On-Line Activity
Nov 26, 2020

Free Lunch (Nov 29th)


Event Duration
6:00a.m. - 9:00p.m. EST (GMT-5), November 29th

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 .


Black Beard ,Legand Ends(Beta)

Blackbeard, the nefarious and audacious pirate, shall never sink anymore of the Royal Navy! The government has offered a generous reward to anyone who captures this nefarious outlaw, dead or alive.

   During the event, the government's secret envoys will be stationed at Maderia Port (-156 -57). Speak to Slaughter City Messenger and he will lead you to the legend of the seven seas - Blackbeard!

 Simply sink his vessel, and the government will reward players according to their damage contributions. The system will send all rewards to the Prize Taking section.

1.Once Blackbeard's vessel is sunk, you shall be duly rewarded! The top 100 captains, based on their damage contributions, will be rewarded accordingly.
2.But if you flee from or get sunk in battle, your damage contribution will be reset to zero.
3.The area is arena rule.

Event Time:12:00am -1:00pm EST(GMT-5) Nov 29th

No.1: 5000 SOV

No.2: 3000 SOV                   

No.3: 1000 SOV

IGG reserves the final interpretation and right of the event.

Posted on 2020-11-27 05:31:44 | Show thread starter's posts only

International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, 25 November
Tuesday, 24 November 2020

City of Quito (Ecuador) © Ko Hon Chiu Vincent

In 2000, the General Assembly of the United Nations adopted a resolution officially designating 25 November as the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women.
In doing so, the United Nations invited governments, international organizations as well as NGOs to join together and raise public awareness every year on that date. Twenty years on, the battle to prevent and eliminate violence against women and girls around the world remains a challenge worldwide.

World Heritage is also concerned, as any other human environment, by this important matter.
Women play a crucial role in the identification, conservation, management and interpretation of World Heritage sites, and they make up a large proportion of the workforce in the communities in and around the properties including in tourism activities related to World Heritage.
Despite advocacy efforts, they still face – whatever their background and age – daily challenges in the mission to transmit our common heritage to future generations. For example, women working in the hospitality and tourism sector, in particular, are reported[1] by UN Women to face risks of violence and harassment that are much higher than for men.
On the occasion of this year’s edition of International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, UNESCO's World Heritage Centre would like to draw the attention of World Heritage communities and stakeholders everywhere, in all 194 State Parties to the World Heritage Convention, focal points and site managers, to the need for ensuring safe working conditions for all, free of gender-based violence.
As properties are recognized for their exemplary management and preservation of Outstanding Universal Value, World Heritage sites must also be global examples of gender-balanced, safe, harassment-free environments.
Ending violence against women and girls is critical to achieving sustainable development and more peaceful societies. The UNESCO World Heritage Centre urges our World Heritage communities everywhere to join us.

[1] Source : UN Women,]