Aero Plains Bundle
Another Extra Life fund raising event comes to an end with the successful sum of $17,855 — exceeding the goal by nearly double the amount! All of us at Final Bastion would like to say thank you to anyone that has contributed to such a spectacular event. Additionally, Kingsisle rewarded whoever raised over $100 with a brand-new unreleased bundle: the Aero Plains Bundle. This Empyrea-themed bundle features:
- Dwarven Aero Attire
- Aerocannon Wand
- Blue Ox Mount
- Squirreligig Pet
- Aero Village Castle
- Additional Castle Elixir
- 5,000 crowns
Adorable? Absolutely! Nevertheless, be warned of the Squirreligig’s tail as it can cut through nearly anything if it rotates fast enough. You will find that this pet comes with great first generation statistics. As for the talents, we’ll leave those up to you to uncover. The fun is in the mystery, no?
Pet Statistics, Talents & Derby
- Epic Fishing Luck (Thanks to Debbie!)
- Spritely (Thanks to Debbie!)
- Infector (Thanks to Debbie!)
- Mana Bounty (Thanks to Debbie!)
- Storm-Dealer (Thanks to Debbie!)
Blue Ox Mount
While it doesn’t have any additional stats like other mounts we’ve been seeing lately, you might find it fun or perhaps even hilarious to run around or better yet hop around on this mount. The Blue Ox mount provides a +40% speed boost and cannot be dyed.
Quite the unique concept for a weapon, the Aero…cannon. While at times we may choose to dismiss bundle gear, I implore you to consider this one. While it’s true that it doesn’t offer any critical block, this is viable as more of an offensive weapon rather than balanced or defensive. At Magus level (30) some might say that it gives the Sky Iron Hasta a run for its money (at least from a PvP point of view). Also, don’t forget the horrifying may cast Mana Burn that could cause a simple shield breaking wand hit to turn the odds in your favor.
Dwarven Aero Attire
The red outfit you can see below doesn’t do this attire any fashionable justice! On the other hand, while it may not be any competition to higher leveled gear (like Darkmoor), do take a look at the lower level sets. I do believe there is some potential in the Dwarven Aerohelm starting from level 20+. This is mainly due to the Leafstorm item card which can make a Life wizard’s… life much easier.
Aero Village Castle
This castle is more technically a village. As you can see in this handy brief gallery, this little village is actually massive and full of secrets. Personally, it took me a few minutes to get used to the underground tunnels spiraling and connecting each and every house (yes, there are underground tunnels!) Don’t get me started on that waterfall that leads to the most majestic of PvP arenas, way up in the sky!
Will you be going for the Aero Plains Bundle once it hits the stores?