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TERA-Extra Life 2015

En Masse Entertainment is proud to announce our participation in the Extra Life charity 25-hour livestream! Join us on Saturday, November 7 at 8 a.m. PST live on our official Twitch.TV channel for all of the charitable fun.


We want to reach our goals, and we’re counting on your help! Here’s how you can support Team En Masse:



Last year, Extra Life raised more than six million dollars to save kids. This year, with everyone’s participation, we can blow that goal out of the water. You can support us by navigating to the official En Masse Entertainment Extra Life page, and clicking “Support Me” to donate.


All money donated on our official Extra Life page will go towards the Seattle Children’s Hospital and is tax deductible.


Join Our Stream Team

We are looking for members of our community to join our team. By joining “Team TERA gold” you are committing yourself to stream for 25 hours starting at 8 a.m. on Saturday, November 7. We would love for you to play TERA, but we’re happy for you to play a variety of great games of your choice.


View and Participate In the Live Stream

Not a streamer? Join us in our livestream chat and keep us company. Play games with us. Encourage others to join us. Visit other Twitch streamers on Team TERA. We’ll start bright and early at 8 a.m. PST, live on our official Twitch.TV channel!


Donate to our Team Members

Our team members will be from all over the place, so feel free to donate to their pages, too. Visit our awesome Team TERA Extra Life page to cheer on your favorites. For a list of the hospitals that each team member is supporting, please check our updated Extra Life forum thread!


We’ll have more information—such as prizes to our donors, giveaways, and incentives to join our team—as we approach November 7! To stay updated, please keep checking our official Extra Life forum thread!


The Extra Life 25-hour charity stream is just around the corner! We are scheduled to go live Saturday at 8 a.m. PST on November 7 on our official Twitch.TV page. We are extremely excited to see the community come together to support such an amazing cause!

Halloween Headhunt: Final Results


Kyra’s Halloween Headhunt is finally complete, so the time has come to collect—and use—all those free catalysts.

TERA players successfully completed five of the six headhunts, Buy TERA gold, storm lizards, dracoloths, lacerases, and assassins—but falling short on the hydraths. This means that all TERA players now have five catalysts waiting in their item claim!


Here are the final results for each of the various targets:

Halloween Headhunt Results

Kyra’s Pop-Up Potion Shack will disappear on Thursday, so if you want to redeem your catalysts for Halloween goodies you’ll have to hurry! Unused catalysts stay credited to you for the next time Kyra pops up, however.


Remember: To claim these final catalysts, you must log in before Tuesday, November 3 at 11:59 p.m. PST—and you only have until Thursday, November 5 at 9 a.m. PST to visit Kyra’s Potion Shack and redeem them for her Halloween prizes.

Don’t delay: Log in and Buy TERA gold now!

What Does Winning the FIFA Club World Cup Prove

What Does Winning the FIFA Club World Cup Prove

Barcelona recently won the FIFA Club World Cup for the second time in three years. But what does winning this cup really prove? The only thing it proves is that only the rich European clubs can win it.

The purpose of the FIFA Club World Cup (formerly the Intercontinental Cup) is to showcase samples of soccer as it is played by clubs on the different continents around the world, namely, Europe, South America, the rest of the Americas and the Caribbean, Africa, Asia and Oceana. But that is not what is happening.

Since the 1990’s when “big money” got into the game in Europe the rich clubs have been going overseas and buying the best players that money can buy. This particularly hurts countries in South America like Brasil and Argentina as it has drained away the best talent those countries have to offer. For example, in Argentina between 2009 and 2010 some 1800 players were recruited by foreign clubs (mostly from Europe) and in Brasil the number was 1440 (Gerardo Molina Euroamericas Sports Marketing).

It is therefore not surprising that the last four Club World Cups were won by European clubs. But this was hardly a sampling of the indigenous game. In 2010 Inter Milan won but only 5 players on the squad of 23 were Italian, the rest coming predominantly from South America (Wikipedia). I am amused to hear TV commentators refer to the Inter Milan team as “the Italians.”

In 2011, Barcelona won the Cup again and their squad of 23 comprised 10 foreign players, again mostly from South America (Wikipedia). In contrast, the other finalist Santos of Brasil included players who were either in decline and had returned from playing in Europe like Elano and Leo or very young and just about to get onto the conveyor belt to Europe like Danilo (20 years old) who immediately after the final game left for Porto in Portugal.

This influx of foreign players benefits not only the European clubs but also national teams as a lot of them end up playing for the country where they ply their trade.

Another way in which the exodus of players hurts South America is that when the Copa Libertadores (the regional championship) ends in June the European clubs immediately sign up the best players on the winning team so that the team that plays in the Club World Cup in December is different from the one that qualified.

South America needs to adopt measures to stop this exodus. It is not only hurting their clubs but also their national teams. Cash strapped clubs have to export players to make income which deprives the leagues of the most attractive players resulting in less spectators and revenue and a decline in standards.

But there is a silver lining. Some countries have already taken measures to improve the situation. So in 2009 the Argentina government nationalized TV broadcasting rights because the previous holder of the rights would not pay more to the clubs. Now the government will pay clubs more than twice what the private company had previously paid. This increase in revenue will enable the clubs to offer more lucrative contracts to their players and the fans will benefit because soccer is now broadcast on TV for free (Reuters ” Argentina government to pay millions for soccer TVrights”).

In Brasil, the booming economy has led to a growing consumer market so that pay TV subscribers climbed in 2010 by 31% to 9.8 million people. Top clubs now negotiate their own TV rights individually and more than doubled revenues from their first TV auction so that the Brasilian league is now the fourth richest league in the world (Bloomberg ” Brasilian soccer clubs may double Broadcast revenue with new TV Contract” March 2011). The rapid growth of Brasilian soccer has already begun to bear fruit because some of their best local players like Neymar and Ganso have opted to stay in Brasil and other big names like Ronaldinho, Luis Fabiano and Adriano have returned home.

Another option South America has is to give preference to local based players in choosing their national teams. This will weaken the team in the short run but is a better option than the alternative which is to continue losing at the club and national levels.

Born and grew up in Jamaica; studied law and social sciences in England; lived and worked in 5 countries (incl. Caribbean, Europe and America). Speaks and writes English and Spanish. Married. Open Cup.