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  1. Desi Boukerse

    Desi Boukerse Has gone psycho

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    Tired of the Wild West or perhaps you didn't chow down enough food at the Independence Day feast? Take a trip to Bavaria and enjoy some delightful German sausages, plenty of beverages and very pretty dancers...
    The event starts this evening at 8 PM and finishes on 7th of October 2013. There are four dishes available to eat, one free and the others costing 25, 150 and 800 nuggets or bonds respectively. Dishes are initially served every four hours, increasing at higher levels, but you have the option of reducing every wait by two hours using 8 nuggets or bonds. Unlike the last event, you can collect your reward immediately.

    Eating isn't the most difficult skill, even when one isn't in their finest state; it is intended that players rarely lose. If you lose then you can attempt to finish the dish a second time for free, however you must wait the four or more hours for it to be served again. Alternatively, you can bribe the waiting staff and receive your reward immediately. Your level of dishes is not affected by a loss.

    The items will be split into four categories, corresponding to each dish: common, uncommon, rare and very rare. It is possible to find rarer items when eating a cheaper dish. For example, if you successfully finish the second dish at a cost of 25 nuggets or bonds, you can find uncommon, rare and very rare items but not common items.

    At the end of the event, the player that has eaten the highest level of dishes will will receive the special Thunder and Lightning Set, created specifically for this event, only available in open worlds, closed worlds will not receive this set.
    (In the event of a tie, the winner will be automatically chosen at random). You can track your current rank at the bottom of the window, as well as seeing the level of the person behind you and ahead of you.​
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