Plethora are proud (and quite frankly, DELIGHTED) to bring you Flying Brooms (!!) for Gachatopia‘s Tag! Halloween Gacha event.
There are a total of 10 brooms to play for, each one with it’s own unique stats that tailor different flight profile experiences. There will be two rares, Lightning and Juggernaut, as well as one mystery rare prize that will offer a coupon that you can claim at the Gachatopia home region. The brooms will be available for L$50 per gacha play, but the exclusive mystery rare will be unavailable after 31st October when the event finishes.
Simple enough to use; just wear the HUD, touch it to rez a broom and sit on the rezzed broom to begin flying! Be careful, though – if you fly too fast and collide too hard with another object, you will be knocked off and be forced to hang off your broom in mid-air until you recover. Your HUD can rez many brooms for friends to join in on the fun! Just one tip, though…try to get a bit of altitude before you start attempting some mean twists and rolls! For further information, please refer to the help poster:
Note: These brooms must be rezzed from the transferable rezzer HUD (brooms will disappear if you attempt to rez them from inventory or give them to someone else). Unfortunately, to preserve script integrity and next-owner permissions management, the rezzed brooms will not be modifiable and may not fit exactly to your avatar’s size or shape. The brooms are designed with petite shapes and teenagers in mind.
UPDATE: The mystery rare prize is now revealed! Here is Shadowpiercer, our event-exclusive mystery rare (retired after 31st October):
Quick Stats: 10 variant gacha, 7 commons, 2 rares, 1 mystery rare coupon (to claim mystery prize at Gachatopia HQ), L$50 per play, 100% mesh, physical flight script, 2-6 land impact each, transferable rezzer HUD
Availability: Gachatopia’s Tag! Halloween Gacha event (machine will be at Scribbled Hearts main store from 17th October 2014, 12am SLT and runs until 31st October 2014 12am SLT).
HiRes Image: Flickr promotional poster
Many thanks to Katya Valeska for allowing me to borrow her for the vendor poster.