TERA patch fixes political system, adds blood slider in Europe

By Stephany Nunneley, Tuesday, 15 May 2012 17:10 GMT

Blue Hole Studios has patched the North American and European versions of TERA. Both patches contain a fix to the MMO’s political system, allowing guild leaders who are level 50 to run for office, with election results posted on May 23. The patch on the European end also adds a slider in the options menu that allows you to display blood effects when slaying monsters. Patch notes for the US are here, and patch notes for Europe are here.

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