Before we start this journey, I would like to ask those of you who despise anything that isn’t “directly game related” to turn away…go farm KEMs or simply just save yourself some time and emotional distress. This is meant for the REST of you, who in a “grinding period” (as we are now) may be looking for a little insight, fun, and metaphysical diversion.
Fair enough? (Although I hate that phrase…something is either fair, or it isn’t).
This update/event has been one of the craziest, most divisive updates in recent memory, and for reasons that the programmers and writers could scarcely have imagined. OK. Hold on. Who are we kidding here? They knew it was going to incite some discussion, and some controversy, but most likely didn’t expect such clear division between “isms” from the players. So many “isms” choose from…and so few answers.
But, as it is playing out, Homer has continued to lead us all on a spiritual quest for enlightenment (whether we wanted to go down some of the paths or not). And in the final chapter (is there ever actually a “final” chapter as it pertains to everlasting life?) it’s mostly meant to be just, plain, fun.
It’s Sunday Morning in Springfield! Gather up those religions because Homer wants to sample them all! Like a religious smorgasbord…as long as Homer can still have the bacon!
This event is designed to follow a series of tasks via the questline to unlock prizes. For each of the parts of the Homer the Heretic questlineyou’ll have to earn via various character tasks in order to unlock the prize for that part.
Let’s take a look at the details of the third prize. What it does and how you unlock it..
It’s Sunday Morning in Springfield! Gather up those religions because Homer wants to sample them all!
Of course this event has it’s share of premium characters, as do all events. New premium character means new questline to work your way through. So let’s take a look at the questline for Brother Faith and his cloud riding preaching…