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Return to the beautiful and dangerous world of Midgard! Inspired by Norse mythology, the much-anticipated sequel to the groundbreaking Ragnarok Online has arrived! Immerse yourself in the new, but recognizable world of Ragnarok 2.
Release Date: May 1, 2013
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Labor Day Points Explosion!

August 29th, 2014



It is Labor Day Weekend, and we have a pretty fantastic Points Explosion event going on so that you can purchase more fun items such as the Ocean Commander Uniform or the PI-07S mount!! Purchase Kafra Points during the event period and you will get special bonus points!

Dates: August 29, 2014 at 12pm PDT through September 2nd, 2014 at 12pm PDT

Event Values
• $5 = 500 KP (0% bonus)
• $10 = 1050 KP (5% bonus)
• $15 = 1575 KP (5% bonus)
• $20 = 2100 KP (5% bonus)
• $30 = 3300 KP (10% bonus)
• $40 = 4600 KP (15% bonus)
• $50 = 6000 KP (20% bonus)

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Himmelmez's Chamber Preview

August 12th, 2014



Are you ready for Ragnarok 2's Himmelmez's Chamber and new dungeons coming soon??

Check out the new preview images in Zanbee's blog! --> http://blog.gravityus.com/zanbee_blog/?p=182&preview=true

We will also be hosting a preview livestream Tuesday, August 12th at 5pm PDT on twitch.tv/warpportal!

Ask your questions about the Himmelmez update in this thread--> http://forums.warpportal.com/index.php?%2Ftopic%2F157510-himmelmezs-chamber-stream-812-ask-your-questions%2F

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About the Game

Return to the beautiful and dangerous world of Midgard! Inspired by Norse mythology, the much-anticipated sequel to the groundbreaking Ragnarok Online has arrived! Immerse yourself in the new, but recognizable world of Ragnarok 2.


Visit the large, capitol city of Prontera, form a party and explore the underwater Sea Temple dungeon, or set up a shop and earn a living for your character by accepting a job as an Alchemist, Artisan, Blacksmith, or Chef. Adventurers who have explored the world of RO1 will instantly recognize many of the famous monsters and landmarks as their journeys continue. The fun social experiences of character customization, guild creation and PVP play have also returned!


Ragnarok 2 is a free-to-play, fantasy MMORPG that takes elements from the original Ragnarok Online and re-imagines them as a three-dimensional, modern MMO experience.

Key Features

  • Explore the Massive, 3D World of Ragnarok 2: Return to the world of Midgard and explore the familiar areas like Prontera, Alberta, and Morroc, as you’ve never seen them before as well as adventuring in the numerous new lands, dungeons, and caves!
  • Revisit Familiar Lands and Creatures: Visit the famous capitol city of Prontera, battle the evil Baphomet, or run through fields filled with Porings. Rediscover the areas, allies, and monsters that you knew before in their new form!
  • Create & Customize Your Adventurer: Level one of the five base classes to the next tier and choose a specialization, explore and collect the armor and weapons of your Midgardian, and place your own, unique stamp on the world of Ragnarok 2.
  • Craft Items and Open a Store: Immerse yourself in being an Alchemist, Artisan, Blacksmith, or Chef, create a variety of useful potions, armor, weapons, or food, and then open a store and sell your wares to other players!
  • PvE and PvP Available to Any Player Type: Battle against the monsters and villains of Midgard, or test your mettle against other players in the Arena. Take it a step further at level 10, and try your hand at the coliseum for five stages of brutal battle! There are tons of opportunities available for solo players, groups, and even guilds who want to take part in PvP!
  • Free-to-Play How You Choose: Ragnarok 2 has a simple, no commitment policy when it comes to free-to-play. If you want to purchase items, it’s on your terms. You can enjoy the world of Midgard no matter what path you choose, with no monthly subscription required to play!

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS:Windows XP
    • Processor:Pentium 4 2.0 \ Athlon XP 2000
    • Memory:2 GB RAM
    • Graphics:VGA GeForce FX 5600 or later 256 MB of VRAM
    • DirectX®:10
    • Hard Drive:5 GB HD space
    • Other Requirements:Broadband Internet connection, WarpPortal account
    • Additional:VRAM (Graphics card supporting Shader 2.0 or later)
    Recommended:
    • OS:Windows 7
    • Processor:Intel Dual Core 2.0 GHZ or Better
    • Memory:4 GB RAM
    • Graphics:VGA GeForce FX 8600 or later 512 MB of VRAM
    • DirectX®:10
    • Hard Drive:10 GB HD space
    • Other Requirements:Broadband Internet connection, WarpPortal account
    • Additional:VRAM (Graphics card supporting Shader 2.0 or later)
Helpful customer reviews
60 of 63 people (95%) found this review helpful
911 products in account
32 reviews
270.4 hrs on record
As you can tell, I've put a fairly large amount of time into RO2. When I first started playing, it was brilliant, and I had a lot of fun. I thought the community was okay, and helped start a guild. Then I realized something - with each subsequent patch, they would break the game, then you would have to wait another month for a new patch to fix the problems, and then it would introduce new ones.

This came to a head after I spent money to support the game (I did love it, and I rarely do this with free to play games) and two days later the new patch came out - That entire month was spent with the game being unplayable. The game doesn't even require a high-end system to play, and I have a fairly high-end system that couldn't handle it after the stupid patch! Wasted money, entirely.

There are redeeming features - cute stylized graphics and fun gameplay, I didn't feel that the character clases were unbalanced as others have said, I think it IS highly taylored to your personal playstyle and like most in-depth MMO's, reading guides will help.

When they decided to switch leveling models at level 50 is when I really stopped enjoying the game altogether. Up to that point, it was great, it was challenging, and it was fun to play. Suddenly, getting to level 50 was something you could do in about 16 hours of gameplay and then every time you died your previous experience would get erased to a degree, causing you to have to grind and grind and grind to get back where you were - to die again. The auction house reflected this with better equipment when reasonably priced equipment became extremely expensive, when it was nearly impossible to sell anything made with the crafting skill you have to develop, and with ridiculous things that you an pretty much only buy for insane amounts of zeny (in game money) or real life money, which quickly gets sucked dry because they do useful things by day, not by number of hours, and you can get part of it for free simply by logging in every day.

What are they thinking?

I stopped playing after the expansion was released and I had several characters up to level 50, it just became a chore to deal with everything. When a game stops being fun, it's time to stop playing and move on.

That being said, you an tell easily that I've put many hours into this game - more than most, less than some. If you're going to play it, prepare for one of the most shameless pay-to-win models you've ever seen. You'll get tired of it quickly, whereas if you had been playing it last year, you'd be having a blast. They won't be getting anymore of my money, and I won't ever get the month of gametime I lost after they broke the game.

In good conscience, I have to advise against playing it. At this point, just stay away, there are other better alternatives with less invasive pay to win models in existence. However, it's worth playing a little bit just to see the pretty world, if you're into graphics that don't require a lot to look very cute.

5/10. Visually high on the list, but after what they pulled on everyone who played it heavily, especially people who thought it was good enough to pay for and then yanking the rug out from underneath of them, they lost any support I would give them. Again, give it a shot, maybe I'm just bitter because I started playing it before they decided to ruin it, but new players may find something to enjoy here.
Posted: April 3rd, 2014
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20 of 21 people (95%) found this review helpful
33 products in account
1 review
17.3 hrs on record
I would totally skip this game... it has somewhat the nostalgia factor if you played the first ragnarok but it has nothing to offer beyond that... there are several better games (and with a better comunity) than this.
Posted: June 24th, 2014
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11 of 13 people (85%) found this review helpful
142 products in account
2 reviews
0.6 hrs on record
Good joke when does the real Ragnarok Sequel come out
Posted: August 20th, 2014
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9 of 10 people (90%) found this review helpful
13 products in account
3 reviews
0.4 hrs on record
Game dosn't load and when it does it crashes
Posted: April 22nd, 2014
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10 of 12 people (83%) found this review helpful
2 products in account
1 review
79.5 hrs on record
If you forget your 2nd password, they won't help you recover it. I forgot mine, and I've been waiting for them to respond back to my ticket for a week.
Posted: April 3rd, 2014
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219 of 270 people (81%) found this review helpful
208 products in account
2 reviews
45.1 hrs on record
Ragnarok Online 2: The Extremely Generic MMO Experience.

I remember the good old days of Ragnarok Online, with its cartoony top-down anime art style, cool spell/skill animations, and overall fun appeal. So naturally, when I heard there was to be a sequel, a 3D sequel at that, I was ecstatic.

-Insert several years of waiting here-

Then came the day when I heard Ragnarok Online 2 was available for play. I was stoked. What followed was roughly 45 hours of the most generic game I've ever played and refused to finish.

Where do I even start? I can safely say that I've played my fair share of MMO games, reaching into experiencing roughly 30+ different games. In the ones where I could make a character specific (Such as Mage, Warrior, etc), I would choose to make the healer. The most sought after, rarely played, and hardest to solo of them all. I also had a few other friends who were playing RO2 alongside myself. Well, over the internet of course.

The whole time we were playing, it just felt like a tedious run here, do this, run back kind of game. At first, I wanted to give RO2 the benefit of the doubt, but after hitting the 2 hour mark, I could see, and sadly admit to myself, that this game was just not that fun, even with other people!

During solo play, I found myself just mashing the 1 key to do my basic "Holy Light" attack, or whatever the skill was called. I barely gained another useful attacking skill for practically the entire time I played.

Playing with the group however was a more enjoyable experience. At least then, I was able to use my Heal, Revive, and Buff skill.

One of the cool things this game did have was the Card System. Almost every monster in the game would drop a card. These cards could be equipped; up to five. Certain sets would give you bonuses, and it gave the game a somewhat Pokemon-esque feel.

While the quests were generic, there was always a plentiful amount. Story, Side, Dungeon, Monster Hunters, and more. You never needed to worry about needing something to do.

Something Ragnarok Online 2 does that I absolutely LOATHE is having items, equipment, and mounts that had time-limits. Yep, you read correctly. Time-limits. The worst possible feature a game can have.

Oh, and the class change in this game is nowhere near as awesome as the first game. You finish the quest and the person just says: Congrats, you're now a X, whereas in the first one, you had a light beam down on you and your clothes would change.

Eventually I just got to a point where I said "I'm done." RO2 eventually becomes more of a chore than a game.

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Quests: As basic as they can get; Split into the trio of: Go Kill X, Talk To X, Gather X.

Character Customization: Limited. Pretty much just Hair, Face, and Eyes.

Graphics: While it's a nice touch to have Ragnarok venture into the 3D world, it lacks the detail of the original. From character models to environments to monsters, everything is very, VERY, bland and lackluster. One thing I will give RO2 is that it is quite colorful.

Gameplay: Auto-Attack or Mash 1st Skill in HotBar.

Monsters: RO2 definitely took the easy way out with its creatures, having many of the same monster models with varying color schemes.

Sound: Nothing really stands out as bad, yet nothing stands out as great.

Fun Factor: 4/10
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Bright and Colorful settings, A unique card system, and some interesting boss fights just aren't enough to save this overly generic, bland MMO.

~3 out of 10~
Posted: November 26th, 2013
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