Celestial Voyage Event

Discover the world of ancient Hieroglyphs as you join your favorite Egyptian gods on a Celestial Voyage! Along your journey you will unlock secrets, solve challenging puzzles, and earn celestial-themed rewards. The one secret we can tell you now – there are many rewards for all who wish to traverse the stars.

There will be 12 Quests for you to embark on , each giving you a Hieroglyph that can be used to unlock Bonus Rewards. To claim each Bonus Reward, purchase one of the event skins to get a Craft Token. When the Craft Tokens are combined with the correct Hieroglyphs (in the correct order), the Celestial Portal will activate and bring forward your reward. Make sure to read the hints provided to figure out the correct sequence!

Direct Purchase Skins

  • Star Lancer Anhur (Exclusive)
  • Star Tamer Bastet (Exclusive)
  • Star Eater Khepri (Exclusive)
  • Star Strike Neith (Exclusive)

Celestial Voyage Collection Bonus

  • Star Scribe Thoth (Limited)

Bonus Rewards

  • Loading Frame (Limited)
  • Background Loading Screen (Limited) – NEW FEATURE!
  • Pedestal (Limited)
  • Music Theme (Limited)

anonymous asked:

Archaeologist!Caroline/God!Klaus please!

send me an au and i’ll give you 5+ headcanons about it

1) The world didn’t end. Caroline was sort of expecting the apocalypse in the form of angry witches or the Egyptian Plagues, but instead she found herself eating brunch with an old world god who almost blended in. He laughed at her when she told him so over her breakfast, flashing such white teeth. “Now, why would I allow that? I want to rule, not preside over the damned.”

2) Klaus was created from the void left behind when a god died. And the Egyptians had killed their gods. There was such anger in him, such violence. Jealousy and possession tangled so tightly together she wasn’t certain he knew where on began and the other ended. And no matter how damn hard she scrubbed, the hieroglyphics that rings her wrists where he’d broken her chains never faded.

3) The day Caroline discovered that Klaus had claimed her as priestess, it was before a coven of seething witches hunting for blood. He’d saved her life, a bloody nightmare that looked as if he belonged in the desert sands as a scourge, but that didn’t stop her from wasting her entire stash of blessed salt and tossing it in his face.

4) The first time Caroline realized she was in trouble was the first time she tasted his blood. She’d drown in the taste of him, if she could. His arrogance, the unbelievable power and viper tongue mattered little when he was between her teeth.

5) He laughed the first time she was beneath him, their fingers laced tightly. His blood was flecked across her lips and his cock was perfection inside her. Legs twinned tightly around his hips, she still couldn’t look away as he smiled at her, the weight of his existence broken wide behind his eyes.

“My pretty Caroline,” he murmured as he licked her lips clean. “A god never rules alone.”


Ancient Egyptian lapis lazuli ring inscribed with the names of Thutmose III and Hatshepsut, dating to the 18th dynasty, or c. 1479–1458 BCE more specifically. The ring is currently located in the Met.