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==Wintergreen weapons==
 
==Wintergreen weapons==
[[Wintergreen weapon]]s are promotional candy weapons given away as part of the [[Wintergreen Tournament]], see the main article for details.
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[[Wintergreen weapon]]s are promotional candy weapons given away as part of the [[Winterfest 2006 Tournament]], see the main article for details.
   
 
[[Category:Wintersday 2005 items]]
 
[[Category:Wintersday 2005 items]]

Revision as of 21:10, 21 February 2007

Candy weapons are weapons that were introduced in the Wintersday 2005 update. None of them have any attribute requirements, and their stats easily place them among the best of no-requirement weapons.

Wintersday 2005

Primary Weapons: These could be obtained from Candysmiths in Ascalon City, Lion's Arch, Droknar's Forge, and Tomb of the Primeval Kings; by exchanging 4 Candy Cane Shards.

Secondary Weapons: These could be obtained as quest rewards of the Wintersday 2005 quests, the Wintersday 2006 Quests or Candysmith Marley, by exchanging 8 Candy Cane Shards.

Wintersday 2006

All six Candy Cane weapons from Wintersday 2005 returned for 2006. They were available for 9 Candy Cane Shards from Candysmiths in Lion's Arch, Kamadan, and in the PvP Snowball Zone. Shields and focus items required 12 Candy Cane Shards.

Additionally, 3 Peppermint weapons have been added:

Wintergreen weapons

Wintergreen weapons are promotional candy weapons given away as part of the Winterfest 2006 Tournament, see the main article for details.