Once again I find myself impressed by the sheer variety found in each zone NCsoft has revealed for the eagerly anticipated massively multiplayer game, though in Eltnen's case, I'm even more impressed by the music. It's the type of music I could easily fall asleep to, and being a relatively hardcore online role-playing game player that's the sort of feature I look for in a game like Aion.
Check out the official description of the Eltnen zone below.
Once the breadbasket of Elysea, Eltnen is now threatened by an encroaching desert. Lady Yustiel, one of the gods of the Elyos, has established several Mystic Springs in hopes of revitalizing the area, but so far there has been little improvement. Could there be a saboteur in the mix? As if this weren't enough, the area is also under attack from mutant wildlife, alluring succubi, statues that have come to life, volcanic spirits, and of course the ever-present Krall. The Daevas are mustering their forces, preparing to defend their ethereal fortress to the death, if that's what it takes.
They completely had me at alluring succubi.