Bem-vindos a Terra que você nunca desejará abandonar! Villagers and Heroes é um Jogo de MMO gratuito no qual os jogadores podem experimentar a animação de lutar contra monstros únicos ou a satisfação de fabricar um manto incrível, além do prazer de construir amizades duradouras através de uma comunidade amistosa.
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Data de lançamento: 17/abr/2014

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24 de julho

Naiad Companion and Royal Shakespearean Outfit Now Available

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rOqLGF0TNu0

In Celebration of the Midsummer's Eve event, the last of the Midsummer's Eve companions is now available, as well as the lovely Royal Shakespearean outfit.

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23 de julho

English Patchnotes 3.4.1 - Monday July 20 2015

Complete Patch Notes

Improvements
  • Add an option for Full, Minimal, Auto Size for HUD.
  • Chat tabs never expand with full text now.
  • Changed it so that when a new player buys a house, their rent is paid up for two weeks
  • Added more description to Arquin's quest to make it clear that it has a level requirement.



Bugs Fixed
  • Fixed: the looting boxes/crates/etc. window does not close, and you can keep getting items from them (that disappear when you relog).
  • Hopefully help players with very slow load times not get disconnected while loading a zone.
  • Fixed a bug where /block was not giving an accurate list of who was blocked - we think block is (and was) working, but the command to list who was blocked was not working (but now it is).
  • Fixed a bug that caused game messages to not be correctly sized.
  • Fixed: the drop rate of Parchments in Undercroft is too low (this fix will help other quests as well).
  • Fixed: the pop-up that shows you received supplies was removed
  • Fixed: Targeting Bugs
  • Nearly every time I target a mob/bounty, it targets them then quickly untargets for a second then retargets the bounty and stays targeted, but if i don't wait and use a feat on the mob before that second targeting, then it automatically retargets to the closest bounty. This is a giant pain in the butt. (https://forum.villagersandheroes.com...l=1#post107201)
  • In Traven and Zanzidon Grotto I had problems keeping bounties targeted. I would target the bounty and challenge only to find it had retargeted a mob nearby. I was specifically checking the feat distance yet it would disengage the bounty and retarget a mob. It happened more than one time. (https://forum.villagersandheroes.com...l=1#post107203)
  • Fixed: bugs with the Arquin quest
  • Fixed: Floating mountain in Zanzidon Grotto
  • Fixed: Hole in Crystal Spires
  • Fixed: Crafting window filter references Vim
  • Fixed: Elder Soul effect references Vim



Misc Notes

Note: We received this report on the forums- please submit an in-game bug report after this bug occurs, and we can see the cause: "When I track a quest and then click on it to open the quest journal, the book opens to a blank page." (https://forum.villagersandheroes.com...l=1#post107189)

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“There are 10 different gathering professions: mining, fishing, bug lore, plant lore, smithing, cooking, tailoring, woodcrafting, gardening and ranching. The coolest part is that one character can become an expert at all of them. So Villagers and Heroes is a class-based, sandbox-crafter's paradise with nicely interactive housing.”
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Adentre uma Terra Mágica diferente de qualquer Outra


Villagers and Heroes é um Jogo de MMO gratuito no qual os jogadores podem experimentar a animação de lutar contra monstros únicos, a satisfação de produzir ponderosas armas e equipamentos, e o prazer de construir amizades duradouras numa comunidade amistosa.

Melhoria Gnomíca = Jogabilidade em Sandbox.


Essa característica singular é o centro do sistema de escolha profunda e elegantemente feito pelo próprio jogador em Villagers & Heroes. As armas e armaduras que o jogador utiliza não somente garantem uma versátil variedade de proezas e feitiços heroicos, mas também, uma grande possibilidade de proficiências e habilidades melhoradas. O processo de Gnogmentação dá ao jogador a capacidade de misturar, juntar, trocar, reposicionar, customizar e desenhar o equipamento exatamente do modo que quiser! Combinar um equipamento ancião com um notável armamento encontrado em algum monstro do mundo. Ou produzir seu próprio equipamento usando alguma das 10 habilidades de produção e coleta disponíveis. Gnogmentar é uma forma completamente gratuita, um sistema em sandbox incomparável a qualquer outro jogo em sua profundidade, e possibilita ao jogador testar todas as maneiras e satisfaz qualquer desejo criativo.

Corrida por Recompensas!


Recompensas advêm de poderosos adversários e monstros que andam por todos os cantos do mundo. Quando um jogador derrota um monstro premiado é gratificado, independente se estiver ou não em um grupo! Enfrente sozinho as criaturas, ou percorra ferozmente os campos com um grupo de amigos. Recompensas são instantâneas e não precisam ser ativadas. Essa característica encoraja trabalho em equipe e estratégia.

Viva em uma Casa Real em uma Vila Real.


Você é o arquiteto, o fazendeiro, o aldeão. Com uma grande quantidade de estilos de construções para se escolher, jogadores podem projetar e decorar suas próprias casas, bem como escolher quais plantas serão cultivadas no jardim, ou selecionar os tipos de animais que gostaria de criar. Mas os jogadores não precisam fazer isso sozinhos! Ajude sua vila a crescer, desde um pequeno povoado até uma próspera metrópole, ao ajudar os vizinhos com os projetos da comunidade os quais trarão benefícios a cada membro da vila.

Requisitos de sistema

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows® 8, 7, Vista, or XP
    • Processor: Intel® Pentium® D or AMD Athlon™ 64 X2
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: On board graphics
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 3 GB available space
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows® 8, 7, Vista, or XP
    • Processor: Intel® Core 2 Duo 2.2GHz, AMD Athlon™ 64 X2 2.6GHz or better
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Graphics card with 512 MB of memory or more
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 3 GB available space
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61 de 71 pessoas (86%) acharam esta análise útil
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209.1 hrs registradas
Publicada: 4 de maio
Villagers é um MMO RPG concentrado no Craft , tendo muitas atividades para se fazer , as quais são ; carpintaria , botanica , jardinagem , gastronomia , gnomentação , pecuaria , alfaiataria , jorja , coleta de diversos itens como minerios , peixes , galhos e insetos . Todas as habilidades do jogo só chegam ao level 75 , e acho que quando se '' fecha '' o jogo abre mais leveis . E para chegar até o final do jogo temos só quatro classes , as quais são Guerreiro ( Tanker ou Berseker ) , Mago ( Fogo ou Gelo ) , Padre ( Curandeiro ou Rogador de doenças ) e a classe Caçador ( Furtivo ou comum ) . O jogo concentra em trabalho em equipe , que não é nescessario , mas deixaria a jogatina mais facil e divertida . A historia do jogo é bem cliche , so algumas coisas interessantes , toda cidade , reino ou local que você for tem uma historia , por isso conversar com NPCs pode ajudar a entender mais sobre o local . A dificuldade depende do local que você está , ou quem você está enfrentando como os bosses ancioes ou zingaras . O jogo mostra que o trabalho em equipe e essencial quando você começa a morar em vilas as quais você tambem tem que upar e deixalas fantasticas com itens dificeis de se achar , ou comprando itens na loja do jogo ( essa loja é uma palhaçada ) e quando você upa sua vila prepare-se para guerriar com outras vilas SQN porque esse jogo não tem PVP , o qual os developers dizem que vai lançar a atualização , so que o eles prometem isso desde o lançamento do jogo , que faz 5 anos , e isso não explica o grafico ser feio , por que aquilo poderia ser mais bonito e rodar em qualquer PC . Os videos do beta do jogo mostram que o jogo seria muito bom , com costumizações otimas , PVP , Guilda VS Guilda e Vila vs Vila , e você poderia criar uma Dungeon . O mapa do jogo é bem grande só que mal aproveitado , tem muitos reinos que você não tem acesso , os unicos reinos acessiveis são Ardente , Santuario Verde e o Reino de Pyrrus que é o chefão final , onde você precisa de um processo gigante de quests e uma chave e um grande numero de pessoas , caso você derrote ele você desbloqueia novas areas , mas para isso acontecer você ficaria um ano jogando sem parar , e até la você enjoa pelo numero repetitivo de açoes . É legal criar clãs , grupos e vilas ( você precisa de muito dinheiro e tempo para fazer uma vila , sem falar que tem que estar disponivel ) você pode fazer uma vila so para o cla e ser prefeito da vila . O jogo é muito bugado . Agora para encerrar vou falar das várias DLCs carissimas que o jogo tem , dlcs que não adicionam coisas uteis custam 25 reais até mesmo 90 . Mesmo falando tudo isso sobre o jogo eu gosto dele , só que ele é muito problematico e poderia ser bem melhor , lançam os updates que não melhoram nada e ninguem nota oque foi adicionado , os developers sabem disso mas não fazem nada para melhorar .
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This game provides almost everything that I would want from an MMO. However, there are a few downsides. I'll start with the bad first.

First off is the Vim System. It is kind of a negative thing for the game, but I can understand why it was put in. Vim is sort of like your crafting stamina, and it unlocks when one of your skills reaches 16. After you hit that point, everything you do when it comes to that specific skill will take up Vim points. Now, they do regenerate over time, but it's like every other game that has energy regeneration: few minutes at a time, and you only get one point back at a time. That wouldn't be so bad if you didn't need mass amounts for quests. The more you craft at a time, the more you use (e.g. one at a time for one Vim, or 50 for 150 Vim.) Gathering only takes one for each click, and sometimes you get three items instead of one, so that's not too bad. The biggest issue with this is that it greatly limits what you can do in the game each day. Sure, there are refills that you can buy (with in game tokens that you can earn, no real money required) and perks that cut down on how much is cut out, but if you don't have enough tokens or those perks yet, things can slow down pretty quickly. There are small "free" refills that you can get to drop, like 15 Vim cornucopians, but those aren't very common; there are also big refills, but that requires you to level the skill. If you're running low, and you're only around 10%, you're better off coming back later. The good side of the Vim system, though, is that it DOES slow you down. Without it, you would see level 1s taking up all of the high ranking gathering spots, and people who could actually craft with what's gathered there wouldn't be able to proceed because of the farmers.

Second off is the way your skills work. (I'm going to be giving you my point of view, since that's all I really have to work with here.) The good thing about the skill system here is that you have 6 set usable combat skills. The bad thing about the skill system is that you have 6 set usable combat skills. Now, on my priest, that's not too bad; I get a personal heal, a shield I can give to anyone, and the rest are damage spells. However, if I want to be able to heal SOMEONE ELSE, I need to find a piece of gear with that specific skill on it. If I want to keep that skill, I have to keep moving it from gear piece to gear piece, and believe me, that can get expensive pretty quickly, especially if you want to keep A LOT of skills that benefit you. If you have more skills that the free slots cover, you have to either abandon all hope for them, or use special stones to be able to tack as many on as that gear piece or weapon has space for. (You can also earn these in game, but if you're like me, and acquire a lot of pieces with great perks, youre going to run out of them VERY QUICKLY. They aren't exactly common for daily bonuses.) However, this does force you to think about which ones benefit you the most, so no one person can hoarde all of the skills and be insanely overpowered.

The third thing that I found to be a little irritating is crafting costs. Now, to craft things, you need to go to a station with all of the materials required (that you gather yourself) and craft whatever your skill allows. Now, a few friends of mine and I have sort of agreed that it's a "station rent and craft time" cost, but the higher up you get, the more expensive things get. That's a little annoying counting that I have to gather up all of these insane things to craft it in the first place. The sellback value isn't too great for them, either. The most recent thing I crafted cost me around 15 and a half silver, and it sold for a measly 24 copper. Pretty crappy, right? It feels pretty imbalanced. However, with how much hunting and questing most people do to kill time getting back Vim, I suppose most don't notice.

The fourth thing is the party/friend system. This one isn't necessarily a bad thing; it's just more of an annoyance. When adding someone to your friend list, you have to be standing right there with them. There's no "Add Buddy" button on the friend menu. You have to track them down and do it yourself. And, while we're talking about the friend list, let me tell you what you can do with your plethora of friends. You can see their name (good, that's needed), their level (also good, I suppose), and if they're online or not(very good; I mean, you can't whisper them if they're not online, right?). Aaaand..that's about it. You can't do anything with them. Can't unbuddy them, can't invite them to a party, nothing really helpful for people who are doing their own thing and then decide to be in a party. You have to do all of that stuff in person. (Well, in character, I guess. You don't have to walk all the way to your buddy's house to do things in game.) Oh, and the party invites work the same as a friend invite. Have to be able to click on them.

The last bad thing that I've noticed about this game is how you discover new areas. In most MMOs that provide a means of fast travel (which, by the way, isn't free in this game. It requires travel stones to go from one area to another.), you only have to enter the area to register that it's been discovered. The two exceptions that I've run into are WoW and this game. Like WoW, you have to activate a specific something to be able to travel there. In this case, there are travel pads that you have to run over. You get a free travel stone for discovering it for the first time, and bam. Area is now open for travel. However, that is also the drawback. If you're entering a new area that is just below, at, or just above your level, you had better be methodical about killing everything along the way. Most areas have the travel pad around the middle of the map if there isn't a town there. If you die before you run arcoss it? Better hope you have a resurrection stone. Don't have any left? You get to try again from the start. It's still labaled as "undiscovered". Better hope that things haven't started respawning yet.



Even through all of the bad, there are a lot of fantastic things that I love about this game.



First off, it's free. No pay-to-win here. The only thing that I might recommend paying for is extra storage if you like to hoarde everything. But, even that's not necessary. You get a total of three bags to start off with, a vault (with, I don't remember, 25 or 30 spaces?), and, if you decide to get the free house license, ANOTHER storage vault. So, unless you REALLY like to hoarde EVERYTHING you pick up, you don't need to buy anything with real money.

The second thing I love about this game is that there is no limit to what skills you can learn because everyone can learn everything. Want to focus soley on mining and smithing? That's cool. Want to max out just your plant lore? Go ahead. Want to be a master in all things ore, wood, clothing, food, and potions? No one's stopping you! The sky is the limit, as long as you have patience for all of the Vim you're going to be blowing through.

Other than that, it's really just your basic, run-of-the-mill MMORPG. There's things to fight, places to discover, quests to complete, and lots of fun to be had. If you're looking for a casual game to play alone or with your friends, this one is one that I recommend wholeheartedly. 9/10
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With the new update to Villagers and Heroes: Reborn, a lot of the annoyances of this title have been removed. The much-hated VIM system has been kicked out, and a lot of new features have been added. If you played this game before, you should definitely retry this game.

If you never played this game before, then Villagers and Heroes is a fun MMORPG. Quests, Crafting, Levels, Housing, it's all in the game. There's a lot of maps to explore.

Villagers and Heroes: Reborn is made by a small development team, but they delivered an epic update.
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Publicada: 16 de junho
I've been playing this game for a year now and i LOVE it. Usually i lose intrest within a few weeks but this one manages to keep me hooked. And for once a game advertised as free to play, really can be played without spending a dime. The community is super nice and will help with anything that might be giving you problems. And last but not least i must mention the Devs! they are awesome. they actually listen to player feedback and though they cant make everyone happy they try their best to make most happy.
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The game should be renamed: Clickers and Heroes
or Grinding Heroes

At first glance the game is fairly cute and suitable for children. This is true and a positive thing.

But the core gameplay is a brutal GrindAndClickFest with agressive Pay to play concept: even the training missions are about craft 50 items... what means: you sit in the front of the monitor and click in every 3 seconds 50 times.
Also, this game is about epic grinding. Really, there are no challenges in the game, the loot and the resources are easy to reach BUT: you have to spend long minutes and hours just to click and click and click on the same spot to have the necessary resources.

All the gameplay is about just clicking and waiting, clicking and waiting, clicking and waiting.... while there are mechanics to reduce this tedioum, everything points to the shop.

Honesntly, if there would be a reasonable priced monthly fee to eliminate this click fest concept I would gladly pay for it (because I like the world and the relatively simple gameplay, and again the relatively non violent MMO concept). But at it's current state, the game really tries to enforce me to pay with the nasty "I will make your clicker finger suffer if you dont pay" method. What I really don't like and I won't bend. Instead of that, I quit game.
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