Cygnea is the left half of the sunken continent that was uncovered during the Upheaval. It was since occupied by the Elyos and now serves as the primary leveling zone for level 56-65 Elyos characters. It is connected to Enshar through different types of rifts that frequently appear in the landscape.
Asmodian players will need to travel to Cygnea to access the hard mode versions of several of their instances. Due to the frequent appearances of the rifts, new players are advised to travel in groups where possible. Your Aion Account Character can access the zone; via the Teleporter in Sanctum, Inggison, Levinshor or Kaldor (Elyos) or via rifts that spawn in Enshar (Asmodians).
Lay of the Land for Aion Account Holders
This zone is a 24/7 Open-World PvP (no neutral zones; several gates/outposts) with 3 Territory Villages.
Cygnea is a largely lush, verdant green map with traces of its previously submerged status still visible throughout the landscape. Elyos players start at the Aequis Headquarters at the 7 o’ clock position (lv56) and work their way through the map by following the main road until they reach the Wailing Dunes (lv65). The map has a beautiful scenery and aesthetic appeal, so there is plenty for the eye to see.
Cygnea has no neutral zones and is frequently subject to Asmodian incursions. There are three outposts who can be reached via flight transport from the starting base, and each of these outposts provide an additional teleport to the nearest Territory Village. Along the roads players will find several heavily-fortified gates and outposts that offer some protection and prevent Asmodians from freely crossing throughout the entire map, although some of these outposts can be circumvented.
Kinah Earnings in your Aion Account
Profiting through grinding is worth it since you are earning by your hard work and dedication using your Aion Account. Once you gain profits for Aion Kinah and you saved a lot of it, you can gain money to it. By the players who are looking for game currency they are obliged to purchase in game currency. Most of these players don’t have enough time to grind for themselves. By selling your Aion Kinah at PlayerAuctions, you can help them get the Kinah amount they need in your Aion Account.