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Game of NationsMOD (Unlimited Money/Seeds) v1.53.46

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  �<p>Just last month, Webzen's popular fantasy MMORPG MU Origin celebrated its anniversary with a slew of rewards and events. Now just a few weeks on there’s even more MU to sink your sword into, thanks to a hefty update including guild battles, dungeon defence and a dicey mini-game.</p><p>The most notable introduction is a new guild war tournament titled Cry Wolf Battle. Taking the form of a capture-the-fort PvP mode, Cry Wolf Battle pits your guild against the toughest guilds around the world. Your band of warriors must attempt to occupy and defend forts of varying levels, winning rewards for each successful victory. Your guild must be at least level 5 to join in, though, and you can only challenge a fort that is a maximum of one level above yours. The guild occupying level 10 by the end of the round will be declared the number 1 guild in the continent, and receive some fancy titles to prove it.</p>

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