Alina | Saturday, May 6, 2023
Our fan-favorite pop-culture Login now and talk to Zoda the Space Moglin in /zorbaspalace. To guide your path he has come. Craft a weapon of your own fate you will. Then journey to the /murdermoon, where Fifth Lord Sepulchure (the most feared villain in the galaxy) awaits you... and your destiny. Return tomorrow for an all-new adventure, rewards, a new set for Cinco de Mayo set, and this month's upgrade bonus pack!
Check out all our MogWars event maps now:
After completing Zoda's quests in /zorbaspalace to craft our seasonal Laserblades, talk to Memet for even more adventures!
Then head to MurderMoon map. Fifth Lord Sepulchure is the most feared man in the galaxy, and has conquered countless worlds for the Fifth Order. He will NEVER stop until his master is satisfied. Talk to Hammer Wateru; he needs your help to destroy the Fifth Order's superweapon and ensure the Freedom Fighters' victory!
Find all the out-of-this-world armor sets in Zoda's Merge Shop in /zorbaspalace now. Here at the Secret Underground Lab, we are all game developers but also HUGE nerds, and I have to say... these ARE the rewards you're looking for!
Don't miss any of the interstellar seasonal gear that released in previous years.
In 2021, we brought back the original DarkSide Class skills paired with new art so ALL players can enjoy that gameplay. Talk to Hammer in /murdermoon to to create a cargo-hold's worth of space-gear... including ALL of the items in the DarkSide Class.
The blue variant of the seasonal DarkSide 2.0 class is available for ALL players. A diabolically-evil red armor set variant will be locked to higher-level heroes. (Original Darkside class not required.)
Well... it's not, really. Unless you're a particular breed of nerd. And you KNOW here at the Secret Underground Lab, we totally are.
For those of you just learning about the "internet holiday," the Intergalactic Space Wiki (run by wookies, of course) tells us:
"May 4 is considered a holiday by Star Wars fans to celebrate the franchise's films series, books, and culture as well as strict religious rituals. The date was chosen for the easy pun on the catchphrase "May the Force be with you" — "May the fourth be with you". Even though the holiday was not actually created or declared by Lucasfilm many Star Wars fans across the world choose to celebrate the holiday."