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It’s Turga Time!

INTRODUCTION VIDEO!

The Turga in Lime Odyssey live in a meadow in the north of the continent and have a
distinct lion-like appearance. Simple and honest as they are, with deep faith and brute
strength they intend to be born again as a supreme ruler of the meadow. Since ancient
times the savage Turgas ruled the Tumbara Plain and have lived their lives in battle.
From childhood, little Turga mimicked the battle games of the adults with wooden
weapons – their uncomplicated lives centered on discipline, honor, and willpower.




                         “Spirit Solace” Cleric Spell Effect

Competing to claim the Turga’s homeland, the Keigers have instigated vicious wars
and caused the loss of countless Turga fighters, much of their honor and most of their
land. During the third war, the Turgas mustered a final, heroic charge and managed to
reclaim their capital, Karakunta, but at a great cost. When rumors of Lime began
spreading, many saw opportunity in capturing this all-powerful fruit for their own
means, to help reclaim the West Tumbara Plains.

Today, the Turga begin their journey in the West Tumbara Plain of North Orta. Home
to the Turga’s primary trading hub of Karakunta, these barrenness plains are not for
the weak of heart. Buried in the lofty mountains of this town lies Talunvara Canyon,
crawling with Keigers. Don’t be fooled by the fact that this is the first dungeon
accessible to all players, my first five attempts were quite unsuccessful.
                         Final Boss of Talunvara Canyon

These friendly giants are currently my favorite race to play in Lime Odyssey.
Standing considerably taller than both Muris and Human, you really feel like a savage
warrior fighting your way to uncover the lime. Not to mention, the Turga’s have some
of the best dance moves and emotes in the game /Boogie!

				
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