The Scorched Sky Celebration has begun, and worshipers of Fennin Ro and his son, Solusek Ro, can be found celebrating their gods across all of Norrath!
During this special celebration, the devotees of Flame are offering a chance for all to rejoice in the primal power of Fire and Flame, with no grudge towards those who have embraced other deities. They believe that within the flames all mettle is tempered, both literally and figuratively. That which is weak, distracting, and fleeting will be burned away in battles against fire elementals, leaving only the strong, pure, and resilient.
From Thursday, June 28, 2018 at 12:01 AM PT until Monday, July 9, 2018 at 11:59 PM PT, you'll be able to join the devotees of Flame for this fiery celebration for the very first time!
If you're looking to learn a bit more about what's in store before facing the inferno, read on for details about the celebration's unique events and rewards!
Where to Celebrate:
You can partake in the fiery festivities by finding a fire worshiper in one of the following areas:
- The Commonlands
- Darklight Wood
- The Pillars of Flame
- The Sinking Sands
- Butcherblock Mountains
- Great Divide
- Tranquil Sea
Speak with a Fireworks Coordinator in any player city to lend a hand in kick-starting the celebrations and earn rewards!
Face the fire elementals to become tempered by the flames and earn a new title!
- The Scorched
Complete this event collection and you'll be handsomely rewarded!
- Corilac Gems
There are a number of themed items that you'll be able to purchase during the celebration including:
- The Sableflame Nightmare Mount
- Petamorph Wand: Pyre Elemental
- A number of fire-themed house decorations
- A variety of building blocks for your home
- And more hot new items!
Wings of the Scorched Sky:
These blazing new flying wings are available in the Marketplace for 1950 DBC, and will help get you where you need to go in a fiery flash!
On Stormhold, all of the event will be active! On Fallen Gate, fireworks and special event merchants will be available in the cities.
The celebrations are all ablaze, so head on out and enjoy the Scorched Sky before the festivities end on July 9, 2018!