Challenge Frost back to Albion Online with Icy Loot and Your Chance at Frost Ram

New year is here and January ushers in the Ice Challenge for Online Albion. This monthly challenge allows you to earn challenge points, get some rewards and even a chance to get Frost Ram back.

Frost Ram is a mount that can carry weights so you can load it up when gathering around the world. And it even has a leaping spell along with its fast movement speed. The ram is not just something to see as you ride it and away from its impressive horns, but something you’ll find useful to explore.

To get Frost Ram or other loot in the Monthly Adventurer Challenge, you’ll have to do some work and earn challenge points. You will be able to do this by adventuring out into the world slaying monsters, fishing, farming and gathering. You can get Frost Challenge chests with a combination of guaranteed rewards and random items. Among these are the Adventurer’s Tomes and the silver pocket on the secured side, and on the random side? If you’re lucky, you can get furniture, like snowmen, piles of snowballs, ice sculptures, igloos, and the ability to have a Rich Noble skin.

If you complete the entire challenge in January, you can also get a Frost Challenge avatar ring, which you can exchange for an Adventurer token. The frame will allow you to contour your frozen portrait for as long as you like.

However, as with any monthly challenge, the highlight is definitely the mount. Frost Ram won’t come easy, so you’ll have to work your way up to the points, but it might just be the helpful gift you need to give yourself this year.

For more, see event announcement ended at Online Albion. Challenge Frost back to Albion Online with Icy Loot and Your Chance at Frost Ram


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