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11 avril

Update 25: Reign of Elemental Evil

Featuring guest Dungeon Master Wil Wheaton! Battle and explore your way through the vast Temple of Elemental Evil, and stop its cultists before they unleash an ancient demoness.

A Classic Adventure

Enter the Temple of Elemental Evil and experience DDO's take on the original pen & paper D&D module! Discover the four elemental temples and confront the mad wizard Falrinth ... or is it already too late to stop the cultists from unleashing Zuggtmoy?
  • DDO's largest Dungeon ever made!
  • Available to play at level 7 and level 28!
  • Free to VIPs!
  • The original D&D module brought to life with special encounters, randomized traps, & roving boss fights.
  • Hunt for rare rewards with new appearances!
  • Upgrade treasure with new "mythic" stacking bonuses.

Special Guest Dungeon Master

Actor and writer Wil Wheaton will guide you through the dangerous Temple of Elemental Evil as your Dungeon Master! Additionally, search the temple for hidden journals to hear special commentary from Wil Wheaton while you quest!

New Monster Manual!

Discover new information about monsters new and old and earn rewards as you do! This edition features: helpful statistics and concept art, XP rewards, and an exclusive air elemental creature companion as a special reward you can unlock.

See what else is new in the DDO Store by clicking here.

Rogue Improvements!

Infiltrate the mysterious elemental temple passages with the more deadly and effective Rogue class. Rogue enhancement trees have been revamped with this update! Check out the improved Assassin, Mechanic, and Thief-Acrobat trees.

Check out the U25 release notes by clicking here!

The Month of Elemental Evil

We're celebrating the launch of Update 25 with special bonus events every week this month! This week is Fire Week!

FIRE WEEK
April 10th - April 16th

Burn through those levels with bonuses to your experience!
  • Get a +20% bonus to your Heroic Quest XP!
  • Enjoy +20% Epic Quest XP!
  • VIP's get an extra +5% XP during Fire Week!

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À propos de ce jeu

Plongez-vous dans un monde d'aventure et de danger avec Dungeons & Dragons Online, le jeu de rôle en ligne massivement multijoueur primé et gratuit qui est basé sur le grand classique du jeu de rôle par lequel tout a commencé.

Caractéristiques principales :

  • Faites l'expérience du meilleur système de combat d'action dans un MMORPG gratuit :Prenez les commandes du combat et tirez le maximum de chaque action. Sautez par-dessus des pièges mortels ou évitez des flèches empoisonnées. Que vous soyez guerrier, sorcier ou roublard, c'est à vous de prendre chaque décision pour parer, faire des acrobaties, pourfendre et plus sur votre chemin vers la gloire et la puissance.
  • Jouez gratuitement : Découvrez gratuitement l'action, le danger et les intrigues de Dungeons & Dragons Online ! Jouez autant que vous le voulez et allez jusqu'au niveau 20.
    Des aventures passionnantes et des monstres mythiques de D&D : Retrouvez-vous face à face avec un dragon, protégez votre esprit d'un Mindflayer ou faites-vous rôtir par un Beholder alors que vous explorez les donjons les plus profonds et les plus dangereux qui aient jamais été conçus. Mettez-vous à l'épreuve en affrontant un nombre monstrueux d'ennemis mythiques de Dungeons & Dragons au cours de votre quête de gloire et de puissance.
  • Partez à l'aventure seul ou avec des amis du monde entier ! : Lancez-vous dans votre propre aventure, créez un groupe avec des amis ou rejoignez une guilde pour rencontrer d'autres joueurs.
  • Créez un héros unique : Façonnez les personnages que vous avez toujours voulu jouer grâce à un système poussé de progression de personnage qui offre des possibilités quasiment infinies. Avec 8 races, 13 classes et un nombre incalculable de traits et de compétences, il est possible de ne jamais obtenir deux personnages identiques !
  • Un monde riche et magnifique : Explorez la cité gorgée de soleil et de magie de Stormreach, lieu de rencontre d'innombrables joueurs de DDO du monde entier, à toute heure du jour ou de la nuit. Contemplez les lieux mythiques de Dungeons & Dragons, auxquels on a donné vie comme jamais auparavant. Le monde de DDO vous attend.
  • Enrichissez votre expérience : Vous trouverez au magasin dans le jeu des quêtes supplémentaires, de l'équipement puissant, des bonus d'expérience, des renforts, et plus encore. C'est vous qui décidez ce que vous voulez dépenser.

Configuration requise

Windows
Mac OS X
    Minimum :
    • Système d'exploitation : Windows® System XP SP2
    • Processeur : P4 1.6 GHz ou AMD équivalent avec SSE
    • Mémoire vive : 1 Go RAM
    • Affichage : Carte vidéo compatible 64 Mo matériel T&L
    • DirectX® : 9.0c
    • Disque dur : 11 Go DD
    • Autres : Connexion internet haut débit
    • *Note : Dû au potentiel d'évolution de ce jeu, ces prérequis minimum sont susceptibles d'évoluer.
    Recommandée :
    • Système d'exploitation : Windows® System Vista64/Windows 7
    • Processeur : Dual-core, Intel Pentium D ou AMD Athlon 64 X2
    • Mémoire vive : 2 Go RAM
    • Affichage : 256 Mo NVIDIA® GeForce® 8600 ou ATI Radeon™ HD 2600 ou meilleure
    • DirectX® : 10
    • Disque dur : 15 Go
    • Autres : Connexion internet haut débit
    Minimum
    • Système d'exploitation : Mac OS X 10.7.5
    • Processeur : Intel Core i5 2.0 GHz
    • Mémoire vive : 2 Go de RAM
    • Disque dur : 18 Go d'espace disque disponible
    • Carte graphique : Intel HD Graphics 3000 ou meilleure
    • DirectX® : Non requis (OpenGL)
    • Son : Carte son intégrée
    Recommandée
    • Système d'exploitation : Mac OS X 10.7.5
    • Processeur : Intel Core i7 2.0 GHz
    • Mémoire vive : 4 Go de RAM
    • Disque dur : 18 Go d'espace disque disponible
    • Carte graphique : nVidia GeForce GT 650M ou meilleure
    • DirectX® : Non requis (OpenGL)
    • Son : Carte son intégrée
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Posté le : 11 avril
Bonjour/Soir

Ce jeu à première vue semble pertinent comme bien d'autres... mais je fus agréablement surpris car ce jeu est un vrai bijou. Les images du jeu sont géniales, riches en couleur (pour l'époque de sa conception)... comme tous les jeux gratuits généralement ont vous proposes d'acheter des petits trucs. mais sans aucune obligation. La cinématique est très bonne et présente très bien le jeu. Les points forts sont la gratuité et la possibilité de jouer solo améliore l'intérêt, il n'y a pas de temps... vous explorer, observez et poursuivez l'histoire tout en restant tranquille et bien relax. Le tutorial est très bien fait pour bien comprendre le jeu. Mais mon coup de cœur et la possibilité de créer votre personnage et le spécialisé selon notre besoin, gouts et normes désirés. Vous avez également tous les bonus ou malus des qualités et aptitude de votre personnage et ceci n'existe plus (très rares maintenant)... exactement comme le bon vieux temps (Ice WindDale et jeux de ce genre etc.(je parle de la conception)) enfin du vrai RPG. Je le recommande vivement. Note : mieux vos avoirs un jeu gratuit qui est amusant... qu'un jeu dispendieux et ennuyant.
Amicalement


This game at first glance seems relevant as many others ... but I was pleasantly surprised as this game is a real gem. The images of the game are great, rich in color (for the time of conception) ... like all generally free games have you propose to buy small stuff. but without any obligation. Kinematics is very good and shows very well the game. The highlights are free and the opportunity to play solo improves the interest, there is no time ... you explore, observe and continue the story while remaining quiet and well relax. The tutorial is very well done to understand the game. But my heart stroke and the ability to create your character and specialized according to our needs, tastes and desired standards. You also have all the bonuses or penalties qualities and skills of your character and it no longer exists (now very rare) ... just like the good old days (Ice WindDale and games in this genre etc. (I mean the design)) finally real RPG. I highly recommend it. Note: your best assets a free game that is fun... an expensive and boring game.

Sincerely
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43 personne(s) sur 47 (91%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
1 personne a trouvé cette évaluation amusante
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Posté le : 31 mars
Awesome game.
See that large number on the time played above? Yeah that has only been since it got on Steam.

Yes the graphics are dated and some of the base D&D mechanics are creaking under the weight of all the add-ons done over the years. Most of the problems with mechanics tend to show up at the upper level ranges (20+)

Many of the recent adjustments to classes has taken some of the difficulty edge off of the lower levels as power creep has reared its head.
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For the absolute best DDO experience:
get 3-4-5 friends that have zero experience playing. Have everyone go through the tutorial (it is solo only).
Set up a schedule of play time and request that no one plays at all outside of the group time, no spoilers!
Dont go read about how best to play the game or the best builds , etc.
The exploration and learning on your own when it is all fresh to the whole crew is priceless.

Some dungeons have you thinking with your fighter ,barbarian or sorcerer you are the baddest MoFo ever.
Next dungeon you are cheering on the rogue who is sneaking around a room full of big, bad Ogres, that would squash him in no time flat if they see him/her, picking up the soul stones(dead PCs) of the entire party to take them back to the shrine to be raised from the dead.

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Lots to do as free to play so no need to pull out the CC right away.
If you follow the above plan for best experience by time you get to where you feel the 'need' to pay, you will gladly be screaming "take my money, now!"

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One word of caution about making characters;
Many of the older dungeons have the unfortunate MMO min/maxer design problem.
You will run in to somethings that require X Strength score to open or Y skill points to trick an NPC will seem really high.
The desiginers couldn't make the stat requirements too low where a balanced character could complete with out making things trivial for the min/maxers.

Just keep that in mind when building that maxing or nearly maxing your primary ability scores is suggested and likewise it is better to have a few skills that are maxed rather than a bunch of skills with low investment.
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TLDR
Still haven't experienced anything quite like it after years and years I still keep playing.
Noobstyle with friends is the best but super deep to keep even power gamers happy for a long, long time.
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29 personne(s) sur 33 (88%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
1 personne a trouvé cette évaluation amusante
482.3 heures en tout
Posté le : 19 février
First things first: I really like DDO. The time displayed doesn't nearly reflect the time I've spent on this game, just add a good ~3,000 hours and it might be right.


I like it in spite of the following:

- There are still bugs in the game, that have been known for years. (After seven years, there was a kind of unofficial celebration of the infamous "ladder bug" on the forums. I think I'd be sad if they fixed it someday.)

- The new shard exchange (read: we want your real money) dealt the death blow to the ingame currency.

- The player base has been eroding for years now and new players a rare sight.

- If you can't find a group / guild to join, you'll have a hard time (read: die a lot) as a new player.

- If you have never before played D&D, you will ♥♥♥♥ up on character creation the first time around. And the second time and the third time,... can you notice a pattern?

- If you have played D&D before, you will ♥♥♥♥ up on character creation, the first time around. And then the second and third time... but you will notice your mistakes earlier.

- There are tons of low to mid-level quests but hardly any F2P-quests in endgame.

- No, sadly it's not really like pen and paper D&D. Then again, I can't imagine how to make that fly as an MMORPG.

(- How to put this gently: Some people will instantly hate DDO upon reading this paragraph. Why? There is no PvP to speak of. PvP only exist if you want to participate, but it's useless. DDO's character classes are based on the pen and paper version of D&D 3.5. Meaning, the classes are supposed to support each other in combat against enemies, not against each other. No matter how often you throw your virtuoso-skilled Bard against my Wizard, you're toast. If you want PvP and can't have fun in a game without bushwhacking other players' characters, go somewhere else.)


I like DDO because of the following:

- In fact I like this game so much, I've even started to like it's bugs and there are plenty of those. Some are frustrating while others are hilarious and none of them game breaking. Yep, that's a pro for me.
- Nice crafting system - or more precisely - systems, as there are roughly ten diffferent crafting systems around. If you've got enough time or money or capable and nice friends / guild members, you'll have decent gear pretty soon.
- Once you know how to look for a group it's easy to find one. If you ask nicely, the other members of your new group will probably slow down and explain why they are doing what they are doing and may even act as tour guides during quests.
- The game is heavily instanced which I happen to like.
- While it is easy to ♥♥♥♥ up on character creation, there is plenty of information on the forums how not to. Make no mistake, your first character will be utterly incompetent. If trying, testing and scrapping different builds of characters translates to "fun" for you, this is your game. You'll hardly find a game that gives you more freedom to create your character.
- Yes, you can spend money on the game. I certainly did over the years but you don't have to. If you've got the time or patience you can farm enough of the shop currency "Turbine Points" to buy everything you need. And you'll simply earn those points by just playing.
- The graphics are older but still decent enough.
- No involuntary PvP. If you like really well done PvE though, give DDO a try.
- If you need advice or help ingame, just go into the next tavern (because players idle there to regenerate and have some spare time on their hands) and ask. Send someone you see with "wings" left and right of their character's name a polite /tell and chances are good you'll get your answer or a hint where to look.
- Huge amount of freedom when it comes to character builds, I cannot emphasise this enough.
- Active combat! You might even have to use your brain sometimes. Just standing around while spamming attacks and holding everything on cooldown is not how combat works in DDO.
- Always new and fun ways to die. Did you know that the teleport spell comes with the possibility of depositing you a few hundred metres above the marketplace? Hope you remember where your Ring of Feather Fall is while panicking.


I have to admit, that the game is past it's prime but it has aged well. You certainly should give it a try if you are into D&D. After all, it's F2P.
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23 personne(s) sur 31 (74%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Posté le : 9 juin
This is actually a hard review to write. I've played DDO regularly for three years, and irregularly before that. The community is great, it has one of the friendliest and most welcoming player bases of any MMO I've joined. The game itself is a steaming mess of bad coding and half-written abandoned systems pasted over old half-written abandoned systems. Content is released with quest-breaking bugs that (more often than not) are not fixed even while it's still the newest release. There appears to be little to no revision control in place, as the few fixes that are implemented are regularly lost in future updates and never replaced.

The lead developer and his assorted team members all routinely admit to being unable to understand systems programmed by previous work teams, as well as not knowing the mechanics and how the game rules work.

That all said, the players are great, and if you ignore anything added after 2013, the content is very fun.
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12 personne(s) sur 12 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Posté le : 26 avril
I have been playing this game since release. In terms of gameplay its one of the best. There is always something to do and they are regularly adding content to the game. One of the good things about the game is that you wont succeed unless you do well in a party since there are few solo dungeons. There is a crazy assortment of loot as well as the ability to craft. One of the weakness of the game is the FTP model. The store in DDO makes it possible for you not to do any work in the game. You can just buy all +5 tomes. Also, even though they have added the Forgotten Realms to the game it doesn't have that D&D feel. Its a cool world in its own right but weak in terms of emersion
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