The call to action events are small ‘long weekend’ events where you farm currency by doing dailies. The currency is used to buy different mounts and other items that are only available from these events. These events run every 2 weeks (but not during the main world events).
Items that drop from all the Call to Action events.
The items below have been looted by me personally, there are many more items on offer!
Currency: You may have a random Chaos Mote drop!
Costume Bundle: Fine Bundle
Costume Set: Classic 1-Handed Weapon Set 01 – 14
Costume: Corsair’s Helm
Costume: Defiant Crest Cape
Costume: Guardian Crest Cape
Costume: Luxurious Cape
Costume: Prowler’s Cowl
Costume: Riot Torch
Costume: Sharpened Pitchfork
Costume: Sharpened Saw
Costume: Watcher’s Helm
Lesser Experience Vials – 15%
Lesser Token Tablets – 15%
Six different useable items. Read the item text to figure out who to use them on! Using the items will pop Legacy cheevos which reward titles as detailed below.
Use 50 of: Dysmorphic Infuser – Title: Hazardous
Use 50 of: Empty Barrel – Title: Barrel Tosser
Use 50 of: Water Orb – Title: The Water Bomber
Use 25 of: Rhubarb Pie – Title: Rhubarb
Use 50 of: Friendly Gift – This one doesnt give a title
Use 75 of: Dirt Clod – This one doesnt give a title
A list of dimension items looted by myself..
Abyssal Cult Statue Left
Altar with Red Runner
Arcane Globe in Stand
Bas-relief, Carwin Mathos
Bas-relief, Mathosian Duchess
Bas-relief, Zareph Mathos
Defiant Projector Module
Dwarven Statue, Warrior
Guardian Stepping Stone
Iron Circle Bench
Iron Circle Chair
Iron Circle Statue Right
Kelari Puzzle Piece
Knotted Moonshade Elm
Large Arcane Hanging Candelabra
Tall Iron Circle Chair
Call to Action events used to run back during the Storm Legion and Nightmare Tide expansions.
Each event was completely separate and came with its own currencies.
During the summer of 2018 the events had not run for around 2 years. The Devs decided to update them and bring them back. They combined all the old currencies to a singular one called ‘Chaos Motes’.