Well, here’s a code you won’t have to jump through hoops to use. If you redeem the code PirateGold at Pirate101.com, you’ll win up to 5000 gold. Up to — I got 3000, but hey, free gold. Can buy a couple new fittings for that ship you just got with that gold.
You can use the Wizard101 code WizardGold on Wizard101.com to get up to 5000 gold to use in Wizard101. So, it’s not guaranteed to get 5000 gold, but it’s free. You can use the codes once per account.
Log in and Play Grub Guardian on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod in November, and we’ll give you a free Wizard101 Ice Elf Pet in December. Log in and Play Grub Guardian on KIFreeGames.com in November, and we’ll give you a free Wizard101 Storm Beetle Pet in December.
I also saw the above notice on the Pirate101 website. I think the offer is probably good only for getting the Wizard101 pets on your Wizard101 character. If these are Wizard101 pets crossing over to Pirate101, well, that’s kinda cool right there.
Happy Thanksgiving if you were a USA type!
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Sure, everyone had this figured out awhile ago, but finally it’s announced — the newest world on the Spiral is Avalon.
Professor Greyrose writes:
Avalon is the silver city, a medieval fantasy world of knights, goblins, giants, and dragons. Merle Ambrose was born here, and gained a reputation as a fierce Wizard. Merle helped the young warrior-bear Artorius become king of Avalon. However, once King Artorius fell in the final battle slaying his archrival, Malory, Merle decided it was time to leave Avalon – Merle left to found Ravenwood School of Magical Arts and teach magic to any Wizard who wanted to learn it in the Spiral.
Avalon is a large world with 15 expansive areas to explore. Young Wizards who are a minimum of level 70 and have completed the quest “Through Glass, Darkly” need to speak to Merle Ambrose who will send you off on your adventures with a quest named “This Little Light of Mine”.
I pretty much keep returning to “knights and dragons” because, YUM. Anyone who knows me knows that if there’s a dragon to be killed, I am TOTALLY THERE. That desire for dragonly death held me from TSR’s DragonStrike game, through EverQuest, World of Warcraft and the rest.
Time to get leveling!
Here’s the last puzzle piece, for completeness’ sake:
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Whenever I get confused or overwhelmed in Wizard101, I head to Wintertusk and talk with Mother Raven. These mysterious puzzle pieces had me puzzled… I guess… so I headed over the rainbow bridge to the Wintertusk barge, threaded my way through the slow-moving vultures, worked my way up the root of Yggdrasil and asked her if she could fit these puzzle pieces together.
She said nothing. She just gave me another piece. I had a feeling from her that it would all fit together in the end, but … who can tell? Who can know the future?
Only Mother Raven. And she’s not telling.
This puzzle piece looks like it’s below and slightly to the left of the previous puzzle piece. Where that previous piece looked like something that was being held, here we’re seeing, I believe, a little bit of the person that is doing the holding.
One more piece to go!
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I had to wonder if there were any other puzzle pieces in any of my other character’s homes. To my shock and welcome surprise, Marissa’s wall contained a third mysterious puzzle piece.
It looks to be the right part of some sort of building or statue, which kinda implies it’s on the right side of the puzzle, but not all the way to the edge. The yellow markings could mean Myth or maybe Balance. There’s something poking up from the bottom which could be an axe or a hammer.
Which is it? I have no idea… and I can’t wait to find out!
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