Aura Kingdom is a free-to-play Anime MMORPG featuring strong PVE elements, a uniquely detailed world, and an engaging, well-crafted story. Aura Kingdom empowers players as Envoys of Gaia, gifted individuals that take the role of one of eleven classes.
User reviews: Very Positive (3,236 reviews)
Release Date: Jul 2014

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June 30

Server Merge: Siren + Hydra => Phoenix! (8pm EDT Tue 30/06)

EDIT: Our developers ran into technical problems while performing the merge. We apologize for the delay, but it looks like the downtime may be extended by an extra 12h. Expect the servers to be back up at 9pm EDT Wednesday July 1st!

Siren and Hydra friends rejoice!
The long awaited Server merge is here, and you will finally be able to meet each-other in-game on the new Phoenix server. For the Chimera folks, we still have too many players to pack everyone in a single server, so you will have to wait a bit more!

The process will be quite long and the servers will be down for an estimated time of 12 hours 24 hours. In the meantime here is a little preview of a new Eidolon who will join us later this year :)

Downtime: 8:00 p.m. EDT on Tuesday, June the 30th 2015. ETA: 12h 24h

You can find all the information about the Merge here!

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June 26

Explore Starstruck Plateau & Silent Ice Field in the newest update!

Two new maps, one new dungeons, the long awaited level 70 Crafted Weapons and Diao-Chan joins the fray!

Content additions:
  • New Maps:
    Starstruck Plateau & Silent Ice Field. You'll finally be able to continue the mainline quest and free these two regions from the forces of darkness.

    Along with that, you'll also have 8 new Elite monsters to hunt down (4 on each map) as well as Eavesdrop & Hidden quests.

    Last but not least, you'll also be able to discover new treasures in Archaeology and new Fish Kings in both of these new maps.

  • New Dungeon:
    In the Silent Ice Field lies the new dungeon: Frozenlea Plains. Fight your way accross dark, frosty corridors and ice giants to reach your ultimate nemesis: The Dark Knight.

    Don't let your guard down though, as it is possible that the Eidolon Kusanagi will spawn in Hell Mode at the end of your run. Defeat her and you might get some Key Fragments!

  • News items & equipment:
    Quite a few new items are now available in this new patch. This includes:

    - Lv. 70 Orange quality weapons which can now be crafted. You can learn the recipes for them from the NPC Analisa in Navea
    - New alchemy materials and elixirs are now available and can be crafted
    - New fishing equipment is also available thanks to the two new maps

  • New medals available:
    Along with the two new maps, new medals and achievements have also been implemented in-game.
    Here's a list of the medals that you should be able to unlock in this new patch:

    - Gold Elitist Medal
    - Gold Angler Medal
    - Gold Boss Medal
    - Gold Oddities Medal
    - Gold Semicentennial Medal
    - Gold Archaeology Medal
    - Gold Conversationalist Medal

  • New Feature - Recommended Events:
    Now we know some of you may have already seen a glimpse of this functionnality a while back when it was added in-game (too) early. But now it's finally here!

    First off, you'll notice that the login rewards have been moved. So now, when you want to redeem your daily login rewards, you'll have to press L and click on the 4th tab called "Recommended Events".

    In addition to that, you will now have a list of Daily Events which you can complete to obtain Event Points. Everyday there will 5 random Events listed in the "Today's Recommended Events" tab which you can complete to get a maximum of 100 points.

    Each of the Events will get you a total of 20 points if completed. These points will get you reward chests, which contain a few goodies such as Monster XP books and Dragon Points.

    You can also check out the "Available Recommended Events" which contains a list of other activities you can complete if you're ever wondering how you can get crafting materials or even Hidden Quest Achievements.

  • New Eidolon:
    Diao Chan is here! Beware of this alluring beauty, she might look harmless but she won't hesitate to unleash devastating attacks upon her enemies.

  • Loyalty Points:
    The cap for loyalty points will be increased from 9 999 to 99 999
    Please note this has not been implemented yet, but it will be once the Hydra-Siren server merge goes through

    - Localization issues: quite a few localization errors which we are already aware of. We are currently working on it to get it fixed.

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“Fun, polished, and addictive experience”

“If you haven't started playing, it's time to jump in.”

“Offers a unique Anime type MMORPG that many fans of this genre have been waiting for.”

About This Game

Aura Kingdom is a new Anime MMORPG published by Aeria Games. Developed by the studio behind the highly popular Eden Eternal and Grand Fantasia, Aura Kingdom offers a grand and beautiful world for every player to explore with beautiful anime graphics.

Starting with one out of eleven different classes, Aura Kingdom offers the possibility for players to select a sub-class once they reach level 40, allowing for countless of original builds! Players will also walk along the side of their Eidolons in their journey; they are loyal interactive companions who grant the strength to unleash massive combos.

Thousands of players already walk the world of Azuria. It is time for you to join them!

Key Features:
  • Interactive companions – Eidolons are no ordinary pets. Not only do they participate in battle, but they will also remember your actions and tell you what's on their mind. They are part of Azuria!
  • Fast-paced, dynamic fights – Mobility is a key aspect in battle. Think fast, act faster! Dodge your foes' attacks and call upon your Eidolon to unleash spectacular combos!
  • Adaptability – Customize your character so he can overcome every challenge! Improve the skills that fit your play-style and switfly change them during battle to adapt to your opponent's strategy. Creativity can win you the battle!
  • A wonderful world – Travel the immense lands of Azuria, visit towns brimming with life and explore mysterious and hidden dungeons to stop the evil of this world. You can make the difference, hero!

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 (32bit/64bit), Windows 8
    • Processor: Intel Pentium4 2.8 GHz or better; AMD K8 2600 or better
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: nVidia GeForce 6600 or better; ATI Redeon X1600 or better
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 6 GB available space
    • OS: Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 (32bit/64bit), Windows 8
    • Processor: Intel Core2 Duo 2.66 GHz or equivalent; AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000 or equivalent
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: nVidia GeForce 9500 or equivalent; ATI Radeon HD2600 or equivalent
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 6 GB available space
Helpful customer reviews
167 of 215 people (78%) found this review helpful
24 people found this review funny
224.8 hrs on record
Posted: February 17
You can ride ostrich
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237 of 332 people (71%) found this review helpful
6 people found this review funny
794.1 hrs on record
Posted: January 5
In general I have two things to say about this game:

* it's nice looking anime-styled and not oversexualized game;

* it turns incredibly boring when you get to level 55.

I managed to crawl to level 66 btw and raised a few alts to 50-55… just for more grind.

Unfortunately, this game have almost no quests which you may want to bother to read and the vast majority of them are mundane kill and fedex. There is a couple of oddballs, but they are rare and clunky. They doesn't feel like they belong here. After level 55 it's non-stop grind fest and repeating of the same dungeons over and over again. Every single day. Especially if you want to get some rare eidolons. Every 5-10 levels a few "new" areas will open for you. Did I tell "new"? I meant you will be revisiting the same areas with different enemies on your way. Due to that game looks cheap. All locations in the game are small, low detailed, and reused on every possible occasion. It's especially easy to see in the daily fame quests. Game pulls 5 random quests out of 40 every day for you, but there are only 5 or 6 different maps! You just start from a different point and different enemies may crawl around (fixed for each quest). Even "urgent" event quests reuses the same maps! Near the end of 2014 they added guild dungeons system and you think what? They've reused existing maps again! They just placed invisible walls around some spots on the low-level maps and called them dungeons. You can even get out of these areas by jumping and walk through empty from players and NPCs versions of low-level villages.

Yet another massive fun-stopper in this game is exploration. Collision boxes for many world objects are just wrong. They stop you from flying over the small bumps, some streams all kinds of chasms. Have fun getting out of the city in Demarech Mines or Ventos Praire or just try to walk under the bridge in the Vulture's Vale. They doesn't exist where you expect them to be or just much less detailed and stands far from the visible object boundaries. See that chimney? Jump on top of... 1 meter above the chimney invisible floor. See that roof? Oh, wait we are in the house now. In an odd way. So, you can glide to traverse locations faster but you will hit invisible walls just everywhere. That's another reason why this game looks cheap.

Now add to that autopilot for almost all quests in the game and absurd storyline. Soon you will notice that you don't really play the game. You just clicking on the quests objectives to get to the location and repeating the same attack pattern like a bot. Why? Just to get through the next area and reach a higher level.

Ah, right, bots. You will see A LOT of them running around and 1 or 2 spam in-game emails with proposition to buy some gold for money will greet you every single day. Well, at least it tells that the game isn't dead yet. Someone still bother to buy it after all even though it's bannable.

Did we finally reach the PvP section of this review? Well, PVP is not even broken. It has to be implemented in the first place to be broken. It's slapped on top of PvE and completely imbalanced and having so many classes does not help to balance it at all. It's hard to balance even 3-5 classes and we have more than a dozen here! Also, it's limited only to PVP arena and occasional duels if someone will accept them. Do you think you can go to the arena at any moment? You can't be more wrong. Well, it won't be that bad if PvE and exploration parts would be fun.

Ah, btw, everything in this game is bound to timers. Eidolons spawns at the guild hall at specific hours every day. PvP arenas (there are a few different types) open and close by timer. All dungeons resets by timer and you have only 1 entry at the top difficulties before the next reset which will happen in around 6 hours. Have fun getting rare eidolons and items. Fish kings spawn only at specific hours and world bosses too. And on the top of that standing Sky Tower which is open only 6 times during the weekend. And you can enter it only once per day with the same character. So, you need to have at least 3 high-level characters with a good gear if you wish to run it 6 times. And it doesn't really worth to do so due to incredibly bad drop rates. It's 1.5-2 hours run for 40 people and it's likely that not even one will get anything from it. And all these timers are intersecting. So, you always will have to miss one event to go to another.

I had a little fun in the beginning but then I realized that the game turned into a work. Dull and boring work which only eats my time and doesn't make me happy (or make me feel any other emotion besides frustration). At some point, I started to think that the whole point of this game is to get Kotonoha and make her wear less modest dress through thousands of hours of grind fest. Well, you can speed up this process with money a bit (or just waste them for nothing depending on your luck).

Another problem is The Word Filter. It seems broken or just way too simple since it detects "a s s" in the "glasses" and "class". And many other "rude" words in the middle of completely normal. Try to write "Titanus" in the chat (dungeon boss name). It will be completely blocked since it consists of "t i t" and "a n u s"! It even breaks item names and links to items in the chat making it impossible to show some of them there.

Good sides of this game:

* It isn't straight pay to win.

That doesn't mean you won't need a lot of gold to get you gear and get it to its full potential, but you can get this money in the game. In a few months or, maybe, years. -_-

* It's nice and cute looking. Especially some of the eidolons.

Yet most of the best eidolons are either incredibly rare or available only in the store for real money. I got 1 fragment out of 10 for Endora and 1 for some other rare during my gameplay and I did a lot of runs through high-level dungeons for that.

* Community is rather nice and friendly.

TL;DR: If you like anime and repetitive grind - this game is for you. If you only like anime then try to enjoy the story during your quest to The Level 55 great barrier. Don't forget to make a few screenshots of rich players at Navea when you get there. Then kill it with fire before it became too boring to play.

BTW, it actually amuses me to look at all the people coming here in the comments section enraged by the fact that I downvoted the game which I played for so long. I'm almost sure it's better than endgame in AK.
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54 of 59 people (92%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
54.1 hrs on record
Posted: February 20
Seems like nobody really mentioned this, so I will just go ahead with it. I read that this game is full of friendly, helpful people, so I decided to give it a try. I ended up liking the game a lot, however the opinion regarding players couldn't be further from the truth.

-Amazing anime style graphics
-Skill customization - change the behavior of skills you already have
-Gliding - fast transport around the map
-Autopath to quest objective - regular quests have this, "hidden" quests do not. You will find both on all the maps.
-Creative missions - take control of npc during a main quest
-Achievements system - you get them for just about every quest you do. The names are creative and it makes the game more fun
-Sub class system - lets you mix 2 classes together for greater variety
-Pets - called Eidelons, they contribute to your damage significantly and you can swap them around based on the situation to take advantage of their special abilities.

-Bot heaven - the review I read stated 99/100 players are friendly and helpful. The truth is, 99/100 players are bots. They are complete clones of each other with the same naming convention, yet nobody seems to care about it. You find them everywhere, not difficult to get 5-10 on your screen at a time.
-Players - virtually everoyone ignores you completely. Those that do not only see you as a resource, not a person. There is a system of "loyalty" points and guild points so people only friend you so they can click a greeting button on you once a day for loyalty or that you farm guild points for their benefit. Beyond that, you mean nothing
-Lag - you feel it in every slightly crowded area or town. This is especially noticable with delay on jumping/gliding
-Character appearance - some could say there is a lack of options for character customization. I haven't really run into lookalike characters yet except for bots that all look the same.
-Class balance - some classes are seriously overpowered, just about all players agree on who those are (Ravagers, even after a nerf they are still the most dominant by far)

Conclusion: If you have friends to play with, this game is pretty fun and enjoyable. If you do not and are not a solo player, don't bother, you won't get any help around here.
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39 of 50 people (78%) found this review helpful
4 people found this review funny
271.8 hrs on record
Posted: April 16
What is there to say about Aura Kingdom?

Well, there's a whole lot I can say, I can't just say IGN 1/10 too much water to cover this beast.

Aura Kingdom is a fine game, filled with the moe kawaii erm desu chan san senpai nani sore goodness you would expect from its charming aesthetics of course, but that's not all kids!

Let's start with the gameplay. CLASS IS IN SESSION (lol puns am I right)!

You got your Guardians, your Magicians, your Bards, your Ravagers... OH IT'S SIMPLY SPLENDID! Each class chooses a subclass at level 40! I always thought that your 40s were a time of crisis but not in this reality! Party up with a group of friends and you'll have a blast!

Questing is super duper party snooper until you reach 50s which are still okay but then there's level 60 and KABLAMO! You're stuck at 60 years young for quite some time unless you got the skills and the will to survive...


"How do I make friends?"
Thanks for asking Jenny, before you get down to business to defeat the Huns you'll want a neato pateeto party of cutie patootie warriors! However many people give you the cold shoulder in this world. All three servers will have their share of antisocials, regulars and over the top bards with strange tendencies to touch your thighs and such. Chimera is the big boy, filled to the brim with peeps, but not a peep can be heard from many of them! Siren is my homeland, a middle ground where less people live but still a large enough amount, and then Hydra is a server full of jolly alts and such, a level 1 on Hydra could have 600 lvl 80 characters hidden away. Spooky? Loominarty confirmed lel jk don't get spooked now!

A good way to really make chums is by joining a guild. Guilds grant a lovely exp bonus and plenty of fun events to bring your show and tell objects to. e.g. Guardian Angels (Shameless plug) or jimmies Wonderboys (might not be real). Guild members can form parties with ease, teach eachother techniques and all that bizzle AND THE BEST THING IS THAT IF YOU SPAM GUILD CHAT THEY'LL HAVE TO TALK TO YOU! HOORAY!

eyy der gud, if ya like animoo. Actually you don't need to like anime at all I suppose, the style is PRETTY FLY without straining a low end computer with the terrain deets. The monsters are pretty goofy sometimes but hey, what ya gonnas do about it tough guy? That's what I thought. If you like TF2 or Sanctum it's sort of along those lines! UNDERSTAND!? OKAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY!

Listen here chap or chappete, don't touch the store, especially the paragon table if you value your life. The lucky packs, roulettes and all that goobertron can get you addicted hardcore! Vegeta what does the scouter say about my spending spree? YOU SPENT OVER 9000 pounds on a hat! WHAT 9000? DARN YOU LUCKY PACKS!

Overall I r8 8/8 k no memes involved I love this game despite the lack of middle ground between easy levelling and impossible levelling ya dig? Also yes I like cosmetics and such because I'm such a nerd when it comes to armour GEEZ get off my back, you're not my mamma! Mamma!?

8/10 cats

+Interesting story
+Fun Gameplay
+Dancing whilst nude

-Where are the cats
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14 of 16 people (88%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
64.1 hrs on record
Posted: June 10
Its Fun when u have friends playing with u grinding dungeons together die together loot together ..
Friendship gives u exp when you're grind .. Friendship is love Friendship is life ..
Characters and gameplay are cute thought but lack of players now than before :(
Merrilee is the Sweetest :3
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