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Black Desert Online SEA 12th Character Maewha Arrives Today

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By hearstDate: Mar 29 2018 Views:

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It is announced that Maewha will be making her way into Black Desert Online today as the twelfth playable character on the SEA server. 

Maewha joins the team just one week after the introduction of her male counterpart, Musa. They are both melee type classes that wield longswords as their main weapon to execute lightning quick attacks and powerful combos. Maewha does tons of damage with her seamless skill chain features and exceptional maneuverability to provide an unforgettably dynamic gameplay style. 

It is also announced that in April, all twelve classes that reach level 56 can start their awakening quests. Once complete, they can obtain an Awakening weapon that have a batch of new skills that will completely change how Adventurers play the game. The Awakenings will be divided into two separate updates, starting with the first six characters that were playable in the game.  

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Apart from the awakening of the twelve classes, Pearl Abyss prepares a large desert territory for Black Desert Online SEA players. The desert territory will be open for exploration in May and will have new dungeons available in June. This is the territory that separates the two warring states, the Kingdom of Valencia and the Republic of Calpheon. It is larger in size than any of the other territories currently open in the game. It is filled with sandstorms, severe temperature changes and new mysteries to solve. And the new territory offers great rewards, new activities, and a whole slew of new content like treasure hunting, capturing elephants or camels, and establishing new trade routes to strengthen your foothold in the Black Desert.

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